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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 28, 1963, Mason City, Iowa inw Norlk Iowas Daily Newspaper thot mokes oil North lowans neighbor Home Edition VOL its AMoelttcd prtic M United Pnit lateruUoiul Full MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 28 1H3 th lOc a Paper of Two OM m r EastWest acco Bosch exile soon Rermrr Republic military jun into Euro pean exile Saturday Fearing the deportation might touch off dis reacjy for warheads NORTHJBAY Ont APICan adas 56 Bomarc antiaircraft mis siles willbe fitted out with nu clear j warheads months says a Force official within Canadian two Air The dispute over whether Cana da should accept US warheads contributed earlier year to the fall of the Conservative gov ernment of Prime Minister John Diefenbaker and the election of his Liberal successor Lester B Pearson Air Vice Marshal James Har vey commander of the northern region of the North American Air Defense Command made the an nouncement Friday He said nu clear warheads will be available an several months for the Cana dian Air Forces 63 Voodoo jet in terceptors wedding in DesMpjries DES fqiNES pair of Phila in teenagers from delphia families t who ran from home because they love were to get their fondest wish church wedding The marriage will unite Mary Lee Davis 15 niece of Princess Grace of Monaco and John Paul Jones Jr 19 who have been living as man and wife in a small apartment here for nearly a month The private ceremony is set for 1 pm at St Church with Casady pastor of the church of ficiating Jones is an Episcopali an Miss Davis is a Catholic The wedding ceremony first was scheduled for the chapel of the Protestant Episcopal bishop of Iowa but later was shifted to St Pauls The elder Jones said the young people want very much to have a church wedding SURFERS HONOLULU tors of the Waikiki Beach Cen ter told police Fridaythat 27 military chiefs kept departure plans secret 0 will be informed when Bosch is gone Gen Antonio Im junta leader fid newsmen Orhethigh government sources said Bosch was the Navy frigate Mella probably destined for Spain They said the frigate would sail as soon as seas calmed in the wake of hurricane Edith The threeman civilian pro visional government installed by the junta announced the appoint ment of Drt Jose Antonio Bon ilia Atiles foreignminister of the interim government after the fall of the Trujillo regime as ambas sadordesignate to the United States Bonilla about 40 is said to be acquainted with President Ken nedy and Secretary of State Dean Rusk One of the Dominicans who fought TrujUlp from exile he re cently worked for the Organia tionof American States The new regime announced it plans to hold general elections and restore constitutional govern ment within twoyears The announcements following a junta vow to fight Castro com munism were as further moves to win prompt U nition and restoration of a lion aid program that Dominicans admit is vftal to their economy Bonilla at least for the moment appeared peculiar It mgton hi the period preceding ex pected U S recognition Emilion de LOST Santos presi dent of the provisional govern ment said he hoped the United diplomatic rec ognition soon The possibility of demonstra tions arose after Bosch who took officetlast February as the na tions first surfboards valued wera stolen during and August freely elected presi e than 30 years ap pealed to Dominicans to preserve their newfound democracy English bandits stage jewel theft P v i LONDON Six masked Pauls Episcopal men wieldingblackjacks over the Rev P M powered six transport depot nt f workers Saturday and fled with thousands of dollars worth of valuables including a shipment of jewelry from Switzerland The daring raid in the east end of the city came only afew hours after the theft of from an armored car ambushed near Swanley Kent JUPITER GONE HUNTSVILLE Ala of the nations orignal work horse missiles the 1500 mile range Jupiter was withdrawn from active service in brief ceremonies at Redstone Arsenal Friday plosion and fire that tore through the lead barge of a fourbarge tow carrying crude oil Dense clouds of smoke visible 30 miles upstream at Davenport hover Inside The Globe TEAR GAS BOMB at Des Moines football game in jures 10 Page 2 at Sl350 June July ght Rusk Lord Home to meet Gromyko UNITED NATIONS N Secretary of Dean Rusk and British Foreign Minister Lord Home sit down with the Soviet Unions Andrei A Gro myko baturday to see if further EastWest accords hmited nuclear testban treaty The Western ministers may see Gromyko again ext week depending on he outcome of the meet ng v Western diplomats spec lated that ihis first high Jvel cold war meeting ince the testban signing by 16 and dam was dame to near HAMPTON top ference takes US presses search for survivors Page 2 ing for the sole survivor of one of the two sets of sextuplets re Editorials 4 Surveyor Church news Information about the countrys i oa vti A Jl corded in US medical history vital statistics in Center for vKea5th cated the article Society news Sports news Clear Lakenews I i r 3 80 sextuplets and other muitiple was dug up by the Fischer Latest markets 14 quintuplets of Aberdeen SD Mason City news Comics 16contain Transit timetable 18 tuplets Classified pages MIRACULOUS LONGMONT coio ue poodle named chelle has given birth to a lit ter of 12 The dogs offspring total 32 1415 The health services records no reference to the sex spokesmen said But a 1819 1953 article refers to birth of sex tuplets to a Mrs Speichinger in Missouri27years ago Ofthe six babies only one lived according to the article published by Dr John B Nichols in the Western Journal of Surgery Ob stetrics and Gynecology of ious the National Statistics lo The health service is searching Mendon Mo ir irifnrrnuHmv Wn g3V6 birth to six babies Allff 9 f or j iriformation on the surviving sextuplet with the of the Missouri State Department of Public Health arid Welfare The other case of sextuplets in US medical literature was in Chicago in 1866 The three boys and three girls were born alive to Mrs Winnie A Bushhell on Sept 8 according to the article by Nichols and an article published by Horatio H Hewman in 1948 in the Journal of Heredity The health service said the sex First of Truman series EDITORS NOTE This is the first of a series of two articles by former President Harry S Truman He dis cusses the world situation to day and our attitudes toward it past and present In the second article he suggests action which should taken regarding Red China By HARRY S TRUMAN Copjrrifht by S INDEPENDENCE Mo I hotfe that what I am about to put down here will be taken in the spirit of having come from one who has had some re sponsibilityfor setting into mo tion some of the events that tre still with us today Events are moving at a fast er pace towards reshaping our world than man has heretofore In this kind of a world any policy that falls back orf a wait and see atti tudt of well cross that bridge see 7s dangerous when we get to it could spell trouble and possibly danger This is a time governments need to anticipate developments and act upon them not only in reflective judgment and sound reason but with resolution arid decision cannot afford to put off action lest we are forced to act in haste and out of necessity Important changes are tak ing place all over the world Most of these changes are diffi cult to grasp For example it is reasonable to assume thatf what may have been true of Russia last week may not be quite the same this week Events over which Russia has no control are shaping that countrys course too In the new Germany we have witnessed the dedication of its many talents and skills to the ways of peace and liber ty The aggressive militancy of the Germans under a Kaiser and a Hitler seem to have pro duced a new conditioning awareness and ability of the German citizenry to ward off the coming of another future he can get started Another example of the great dramatic changes going on in the world is in the remarkable difference between the Japan of prePearl Harbor and the Japan of today They act and behave as two totally different nations In a short few years Japan has emerged from a military dicta torship to a healthy thriving democracy We do hear disturbing rum blings coming out of Japan that a new fanaticism is shaping up there and one that seems to have gripped quite a few peo ple but I believe that the people of Japan with the wounds of war still fresh in their memories will stand for it are not likely to be drawn and misled into disaster since they were the first people and I hope the last to experience the awesome horrors of atomic war fare And about RussiaLen inist Russia was no less the ruthless dictatorship than was Czarist Russia The source of the tyranny changed from the top to the bottom but in name only Stalinist Russia was more of a throwback to Ivan the Ter rible Under Khrushchev Russia seems to have adopted outward ly a policy of coexistence1 with alternating hot aijd cold flashes but the critical spots of Berlin Cuba Korea and elsewhere re main just as critical and in TRUMAN L turn to 2 The files Star show works of the Kansas City that Mrs Philip Reds call joint shot premature7 XA comnien MOSCOW ator for th zvstia said Saturday President Kennedys suggestion of a joint USSoviet Moonshot seems qmewhat premature Stanislav Kondrashovs arti le published by the magazine Za Rubezhbni was the first mention of the moonshot pro josal tjiat had been published 3reThe So Viet press reported Kennedys UN speech in which he suggestion was made but Deletedall reference to it American propagandaV s the forefront the idea of sending the omt SovietUS team to moon Kondrashov wrote In lavish headlines Ameri can newspapers describe the grandiose character of the proi ect although it seems it somewhat premature The fact that the Soviet prel deleted jnooi DTOnftRAl fmmLUe VA jfcucj proposal Kennedy speVcfi Kadled Western observers tofpredict a cautiou or cool reaction from the Krem lin Premier Nikita Khrushche also has been silent on the pro to six babies Aug 9 1936 that five were stillborn The survivor Marjorie Louise now lives with her parents at although in the past he las indorsed the principle of space cooperation Rule out arson in Rock Island ROCK ISLAND 111 fire vhich burned out a warehouse sed by the strikebound Gould National Battery Co Friday night was caused by an electri cal short and was not arson Chief Wilbur Pettit said Saturday and the fire department T w T j JUA Vr4 CjLlLS a L the family farm four miles ar550n squad investigated the southeast of the north central Missouri town The Speichingers were not im mediately available for com ment A son the Rev Lawrence of Christ the King August vandals broke into her parents were in good health Besides the daughter and fa ter Speichinger the couple haveeight other children Edith is now just a squall MIAMI Fla orice avpowerful hurricane that bat tered the Caribbean degener ated Saturday into little more than a band of squalls dawd ling along in the tropical At lantic The Weather Bureau said she might rejuvenate Saturday night but probablynot into a hurricane Ediths 6mileanhour north westerly course would take her across many of the Bahamian Island but peak winds of 35 to 45 mph posed no threat North Iowa Weather outlook Cloudy and cooler Saturday Sunday mostly fair lows 35 to 40 Scattered frost likely Highs Sunday 55 to 65 Weather details on 2 of the warehouse and found a low voltage wire which apparently had given out T w o earlier incidents at GouldNational facilities had led authorities to consider the pos Moscow Aug 5 would reduce mild results Agreement to hold further alks and perhaps discussion of proposal for an EastWest ex of observers to guard he most to be expected The Western sources gave this eneral picture Both sides appear interested in xtending thepause in the cold yar but neither is ready to ac ept the others terms for solving tngstanding major disputes Gromyko is expected to propose he observer exchange and a non ggression pact between the forth Atlantic Treaty prganiza on and the East European mili ary bloc ideas advanced by Pre mier Khrushchev at the testban negotiations The Western Allies have not agreed on any specific proposals They like the idea of an observer exchange but are cool on the non aggression pact They will ask jtomyko to spell out his ideas o see to what extent they might be acceptable to the West and Gro myko may be able in further meetings next week to concur on cdeaJs not requiring agreementamong the Allies Pos sibilities from cooper ation in space to new embassies sibility of arson in the fire In v fn Snf the ldea ln Washington and Moscow Rusk Home and Foreign Min ster Gerhard Schroeder of West Germany in a 2 hour session Friday virtually ruled out the respects of a nonaggression pact t this tune because of its rela on to the German issue The Western leaders want guar intees on West Berlins freedom included in any nonaggression act Rusk and Home agreed with cnroeder that nothing should be one to damage the chances for erman reunification The Western three looked with more favor on the observer ex hanges under which inspectors ould be stationed at major centers where they ould warn of large military movements Whether Gromyko would attach nacceptable conditions to this as something Rusk and Home hoped to find out Informants said have not tipped their since Khrushchev outlined j jhaMik ni4 damaged batteries and machin ery with iron bars and clubs Earlier this month an explo sion of undetermined origin de stroyed a tank containing sul phuric acid and did other dam age at a plant at Chicago Heights 111 Firemen donned air masks against heavy smoke during Friday nights fire The ware house was used to store 100000 rubber battery cases and smoke coated the TriCity area which includes Rock Island Moline and Davenport Iowa Two firemen were slightly in jured Fire department and Gould Natiohal officials refused to es timate the damage Ministers meet Rusk UNITED NATIONS N Y UPI ministers of the Unit ed States Britain and West Germany met Friday to review cold war issues in advance of a meeting of the ministers of the three big nuclear powers Saturday NEW ASTRONAUT EVREUX France S Air Force Capt Ernest Has selbrink of Waysirie Inn El bridge N Yt has been selected for space training terms Taxing letter coming soon DES MOINES 83000 lowans will receive an unhappy reminder from the owa Tax Commission within the next few days The reminder will inform them they owe the other half of their state income taxes Deadline for payment of the taxes is Oct 31 About 87000 of the 591000 lowans who paid state income taxes this year took advantage of the pro vision allowing them to pay in two installments Some 4000 who used easy payment plan already have coughed up their final installments SAME aowm Department BUck FUf Metni
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