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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 11, 1963, Mason City, Iowa Newspaper newspopr that makes oil North lowans neighbors VOL ETTE Home Edition Md United laterMtioul CITY IOWA FRIDAY OCTOBER UOc Paper of Two SectionsSection No 211 Reds e on autobahn wont t up on man ssues i t WASHINGTON UP The WhiteHouse J discus siorr between President Kennedy and Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei A Gromyko ranged from Cuba to the moon but neither side gave an inch on major EastWest issues said Friday However no big changes in Soviet positions were expected by the President or his advisers and officials Thursdays talks old job BLACKPOOL England Britairis ruling Conservative par ty was split Friday by a bitter threeman fight to succeed ailing Harold Macmillan as prime min ister arid party leader Deputy Prime Minister Richard A Butler led the field despite a dramatic challenge Thursday night by Lord Hailsham science minister and party leader in the House of Lords The darkhorse CnanctJIor of the Exchequer Reginald Maud ling was toaddress the4000 del egates atj the annual party confer ence Friday Maudling 46 a ixj DC H thinks be has achirtBrofgetfinf the prize if Sutler Tahd slug each other hard enough Uv Hailsham 56 came butruniiiiig hard soon r after Macmillan an nounced hisdecision to step down The prime minister 69 undenyent prostate surgery Thursday The operation was successful but Mac millan said his condition would not permit him to lead the Con servative campaign against the challenge in next years general election v A ftw hours later Hailsham pale excited and trembling told a meeting of party workers he would give up his peerage and seek election to the House of Com as being Washington sounding each other out to see if there may be new fields of understanding aft er the limited nuclear test ban Both Kennedy and Gromyko were described as relaxed as they sat across fromeach notable change in atmosphee from the last time Gromyko was a White House caller Ironically that was just short oneyear who already had n the now famous aerial photo graphs asked Gromyko if the So Union was building missile on Cuba and Gromyko no Cuba xwas among the world oblems Kennedy and Secretary State Deag Rusk discussed with Gromyko Thursday Kennedy is stated the US position that the Though US officials to say what Gromyko answered they recalled when the sameis sue was brought up inMoscow last summer Soviet Premier Khrushchev told Rusk there are no Soviet combat troops in Cuba only training units and that they would stay of andj seen grap viet sites said CuLu problems of mons a necessary step to qualify for prime minister Faught is convicted by Boone jury BOONE WVMichael Faught 19 of Mason City was convicted of manslaughter Thursday in his third trial for the slaying of a cook at the Woodward State Hospital and School two years ago A District Court jury of tight men and four women returned the verdict after receiving the case late Wednesday afternoon He was charged with murder in the fatal stabbing of Mrs Zenor 53 of Madrid on July 9 1961 while Faught was patient at the school The Iowa Supreme Court last March set aside the 1962 convic tion and 50year prison sentence given to Faught after the first trial and ordered a new trial The second trial ended in a hung jury Authorities said that Faught an epileptic patient told them after the stabbing that Mrs Zen pr was always picking on him He is the son of Mr and Mrs Elvin Faught of Mason City District Judge Harvey Uhlen hopp set sentencing for next Thursday North Iowa Weather outlook Fair and cooler Friday night lows in upper 30s to lew 40s with locally into mid in northeast comer Fair and a little warmer Saturday Wflhs in upper 70s IWtather details on 2 Nine youths drrested for vandafism CHARLES CITYNirie youths from r Floyd and Chickasaw Counties have on charges of theft and vandalism According to FloydCounty Sher iff LL Lane Jhe arrests grew out of an investigation of gas theft and to an unten anted farm house Nick McDaniel 20 Nashua is in the Floyd County jail in lieu of a release bondon a charge of larceny in the night time Steve Martin 18eCharles City appeared in justice court here before Justice of the Peace Wal ter Rose and was fined plus costs on a charge of malicious injury to a building He was also ordered to make restitution Two other Floyd C o u nt y youth 15 and 16 will appear in juvenile court here at a later date Five Chickasaw County youths ranging in age from 14 to 17 will appear in juvenile court later at New Hampton SINGER Piaf died in Paris following a long series of illnesses She was 47 Clear Lake and Mrs James Capuzzi cTty first on the scene assist with the injured Art Grattidge Clear Lake was m the second car involved Wreck on 106 hurts 2 CLEAR LAKE Two Lake persons are in Mercy Hos pital with injuries received in a two car crash Highway 106 east of Clear LaiiTshbrtly after 4pm J Art Grattidge 76 Route 1 re ceived shattered right elhpw ankle and knee several broken ribs a punctured lung and cuts and bruises Wilbur George Bud Myers 512 10th Ave N received a punctured lung cracked ribs and a broken nose According to iriforma ti on Grattidge eastbound on the Siighway turned left in front of the westbound Myers station wagon Myers an employe of State Brand Creameries was returning home Ted M Johnson 704 S 13th St also a State Brand Cream eries employe was driving di re ctly behind Myers car First aid was administered by Mrs James Capuzzi 210 N Jefferson Mason City who was driving in front of the Myers car and reported she did not see the collision but saw the cloud of dust in rear vision mirror after the accident Mrs Capuzzi gave first aid to Myers who was bleeding from a cut on the forehead Both front ends of the vehicles which crashed nearly headon were de molished Thetwo injured were taken to the Mercy Hospital by Snells Ambulance Clear Lake police and highway patrol in vestigated the accident Burt man dies after thrown from tractor BURT Ortman 45 of Burt was killed Thurs day when thrown fromthe seat of a tractor while plowing a field three miles south of Ban croft Authorities said Ortman had finished plowing a furrow when he apparently lost control of the tractor The tractor and Services will be held here Monday SAME to 24 ravels in Germany Kennedy holds meeting Red action unwarranted WASHINGTON Unit ecT States protested the Soviet blocking of a Berlinbound US convoy Friday as an entirely un warranted action A short time after Secretary of State Deari Rusk personally lodged the protest President Ken nedy met for 45 minutes with top military and diplomatic advisers to discuss the situation Pierre Salinger White House press secretary said Kennedy met with Rusk Secretary of De fense Robert S McNamara and Ambassador Llewellyn Thompson an expert on Soviet affairs and former US ambassador to Mos cow Salinger declined to say any thing further about the noon meet ing except that the purpose was to discuss the current situation on the Berlin Autobahn He refused to characterize that situation or to say how seriously it is regarded by Kennedy Rusk cated in Soviet Ambassa or Anatoly F Dobrynin and ERITORS NOTE Sandra Blatterbauer daughter of Mr and Mrs John Blatterbauer of Newton is in Europe partici pating in the Experiment In International Living program ton High School and University of Iowa relates in letters to her parents her experiences and those of a traveling companion Johnson of Evanston By SANDRA BLATTERBAUER r NEWTON bus trip through East Berlin was quite in teresting We were told to leave any derogatorymaterial regard ing East Germany in the Western Zone or it would be taken away and jiestroyeck if found 1 i r1 forages for nothing they let us go on through Naturally we Mwere taken to most of the better areas East Berlim Trdngs look 4uiteV shabby andgray There is not ac rt V 1t passports firstbefore we entered the east ern zone and then the East Berlin police came on the bus after we had passed through the gate The police checked our pass ports peeked all around the bus as well as under and then after what they thought was a suffi cient wait they love to heckle Westerners by making them wait GROMYKO UNAWARE WASHINGTON OP Under secretary of State Baft i Priday Soviet Fortign Minister Anctrei Gromyko pro tb be unaware of of U and appeared to be wellinformed although she ignored some of the questions directedto her such as Is any of the food rationed here Much of East Berlinstill bears IOWA GIRL Pfease turn to page 2 Rock Falls wreck kills mother of6 NORA SPRINGS Dayjd Genevieve L Badger 32 rural Rochester Minn was killed Thursday at pm miles northwest of here on the gravel road into Rock Falls Mrs Badger mother of six children was riding in a car which crashed into a bridge railing Her sister Mrs Joan Barbara Groszbach 23 also of rural Rochester was driving the car Their mother Mrs Charles Rudd rural Rochester and five children were in the back seat According to Sgt Richard Hahn of the Iowa Highway Pa trol Mrs Groszbach said she turned to tell a child in the back seat to sit down and lost control of the car Herseat belt was fastened Mrs Badger who was in the right front seat had failed to fasten her belt The right side of the car was demolished and Mrs Badger was thrown out Mrs Groszbach and the chil dren escaped with cuts and bruises Mrs Rudd was hos pitalized m Mason City with severe head lacerations The body was taken to the Sheckler Funeral Home in Nora Springs and transferred to Vine Funeral Home in Rochester Friday morning The women had come to help another sister Mrs Donald Thorson Rock Falls who had burned her right arm and hand a week ago They were on the way back to Rochester taking the four Thomson children with them The fifth child in the car was a sevenmonthoJd baby of Mrs Groszbach TOLL RISES SEOUL Korea UPI The death tell of Koreas cholera ep idemic rose to 64 Friday Inside The Globe ASTRO HURT badly by Flora exiles say Page DROUGHT HITS areas of US hard Page 3 Editorials 4 5 Mason City news 67 Latest markets 7 Society news g9 North Iowa news 10 Sports news Television news 1314 Clear Lake news 17 Transit timetable 18 Classified pages 1819 SEARCH THROUGH THE MUDAn soldier works in mud up to his waist as he searches for vic tims of the flood that submerged the town of Long arone in northern Italy Wednesday night The waters of the Vaiont Dam swept through the valley after a landslide crashed into the reservoir The death toll is estimated at up to 3000 A car has been uncovered in the background Clean up Italian area after flood disaster BELLUNO Italy AP More than 10000 men worked feverish Iy Friday to collect bodies of the dead in the Vaiont Dam disaster and bury them in a gigantic mass grave to prevent outbreaks of disease Premier Giovanni Leone came from Rome to the stricken area for a firsthand view of the dis aster as police moved out more than 200 persons whose villages were endangered by the threat of new landslides Estimates of the dead ranged up to 3000 believed killed when a mountain landslide crashed into the dams reservoir Wednesday night and sent flood waters roar ing over the dam and down the Piave River Valley As Leone began his tour under a morning sun 600 bodies had been recovered Most of the victims were still buried under the tons of mud anc rock that turned the lovely Alpine valley 60 miles north of Venice into a wasteland Many of the bodies may never be recovered State Department officials said firmly expressed the concern with which we view thisunjusti fiable action Press officer Robert J Me Closkey told newsmen later that we have no reason to think that the Soviets will not reconsider and allow the US Army men and trucks to go on into Berlin The convoy was halted at the out skirts of Berlin the second breed stop on its route from West Germany About 100 combatready So viet troops blocked the US Army supply convoy from Ber lin Friday Another US Army convoy of 100 armed soldiers moved out of Berlin and stood nearby possibly ready to give assistance to the halted convoy It was the worst incident in years on the autobahn the life line superhighway between West Germany and Berlin 100 miles in side Communist East Germany Reliable sources said the Rus sian soldiers carried submachine guns and some wore steel hel mets An Allied officer said he had never seen so many Soviet soldiers at the Berlin checkpoint Babelsberg Heighbors helping neighbors Nice weather in Chest drive Shirtsleeves weather aided volunteers in turning in enough money Thursday to top 58 per cent of the goal The days receipts added to make a total of reported so far The growing list of firms whose employes have given their fair share include Gildner Brothers Curries Inc Inter state Power Co and Frank J and Co John W Strom campaign so licitor for Henkel Construction Co whose employes made their goal earlier in the week said Naturally I am proud that we nave met our responsibilities as well as we have The very fine organization and detailed plan ning of the Chest drive has heiped a great deal The good weather made it easier for me as our people are still on the job so they feel that they can give more This is the first time I ever collected for the Community Chest in my shirtsleeves Chest officials reemphasized the importance of turning in col lections to area chairmen or to the Chest office at 9Vs E State We cant add the money you have collected unless it is turned m they said
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