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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 12, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowa Doily Newspaper for newspaper that maker all North ITY LOBE Home Edition VOL 193 ud United full MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY OCTOBER 1J 1WJ 10c Paper Consists of Two No 211 Soviets remove autobahn blockad o e Battle over Aship McNqmara to study project WASHINGTON only economic factors were the basis for deciding the type of ships the Navy will have then it would not have converted from sail f r With that observationchairman John 0 Pastore steered the Sen ateHouse Atomic Energy Com mittee latest Pentagon sharp controversy over whether a new aircraft carrier should be nuclear powered Lined up on opposite sides are Secretary of Defense Robert S McNamara and Secretary of the Navy Fred Korth For Navy has been arguing for nuclear power for the carrier whose construction has been authorized by Congress Mc Namara listened but finally de cided tentatively that spending an extra million to give the atomic power would not be compatible with expensecutting efforts i Korth apparently made a strong protest to the defense secretary and it was McNamara told Korth he leave the is sue 6pen until the Navy can bring in more supporting evidence for its argument But tfw wrtra doesnt essarily mean McNamara will change his tentative ruling He rarely changes his mind after making whathe considers definite decisions f aPastores committee may give the Navy a hand in the argument however Pastore DRI announced Fri day the1 group will hold hearings on the issue and he said bluntly ina statement Testimony received by the Joint committeein the past and in hearings held aboard the nuclear carrier USS Enterprise on March 13 1962 indicate that the military performance of a nuclear carrier is far superior to the conventional ships only economic factors the basis for deciding the types of ships the Navy will have then it would not have converted from sail to coalburning and from coalburning to oil Tie said he would announce lat er the date for the hearings to be gin e Many in the Navy feel that more as at stake than one ship They feel if the plan for nuclear power in this carrier is scuttled it may throw a cloud over Korths pro posal that all future combat ships over 8000 tons be powered with nuclear plants Rebels army start battle in Algeria ALGIERS fl Rebel and Algerian army forces clashed in open battle Saturday While the Berbers gave ground rebel chieftain Hdcine Ait Ahmed called for war throughout the new nation against President Ahmed Ben Bellas regime The shooting followed 10 day of oral sniping Berber guerrilla forces suf fered a setback in a fire fight at Fort National in the Kabylie Mountains east of Algiers when Algerian armor smashed into that town of 1000 population The rebels withdrew under heavy automatic weapons fire toward hill positions Headquarters of Ait Ahmed at the Berber stronghold Michelet were evacuated and those forces also withdrew into wild mountain country North Iowa Weather outlook Fair and warmer Saturday night low in upper 40s Fair and slightly warmer Sun day high in mid 70s Wothtr details on 2 HOME FROM RUSSIAN Rev WcdKt Ciszek 58 Roman Catholic priest from Shenandoah Pa and Marvin W scholar frpmAshburnham Mass walk from plane at Idlewild airport They were returning from Rusian prisons in a swap for two Russians arrested in this country All four were arrested on spy charges Spy swap back Home NEW YORK WJTwo Ameri cans held captive in the Soviet Union for a cojmbinedftotal of 25 years w e speechless when they redis covered their native land Sat urday appropriately Colum bus Day The two a Roman Catholic Jesuit priest a young scholar triedto express their feelings at their release in a wofortwo spy trade between the United States and Russia But the words stuck in their throats ruddy faca of the Rev Walter M Ciszek 58 a Soviet captive for 23 years crinkled into a smile when newsmen greeted him at IdlewildAirport and called him Father The last time I was called that was in 1941 lie said Father Ciszek spoke at first through an interpreter in Polish But suddenly he began speaking English again a language he used little during his confine ment Iowa City man dies in cavein IOWA CITY WLeoJ Lewis 53 of Iowa City was fatallyin jured Friday in a ditch cavein Lewis was working in about an 8fOotdeep ditch at a home construction site when the ac cident occurred He was covered by two to threefeet of dirt Woman held in The student Marvin W Mak inen 24 of Ashburnham Mass was reticient for themostpart To C mostqueries r he Ihave mrcofiimemVori tlfat or Ill wait on that question How do you feel Marvin he was asked Im okay he said Asked he was treated during his two yearsin captiv ity Makineh asked that the ques tion be repeatedand then an comment Father Ciszek said there would be on the sub ject of whether he had said Mass in Russia Washe still authorized to say Mass newsmenpressed course interrupted his interpreter the Rev Edward McCawley Once a priest al ways a priest Father Ciszek said he was ac tually behindbars only five of his 23 years in captivity He said he worked m Siberia as an auto mechanic and that he had had very Iriendly relations with the Russian people Newsmen asked if mere was any sign of religious freedom in the Soviet Union There was religious free dom Father Ciszek replied weighing each word in church es allowed by the He rsaicl he lost track of all international developments dur ing his confinement I want to rest awhile the priest said when asked his plans now I am very tired Embezzlement of A Mason City woman was ar rested by police on a charge of embezzling than from two dentists The charge was made shortly after aim Saturday Mrs Janice Rose Walbaum 27 425 28th SW is in jail await ing preliminary hearing Mon day Bond had not been set County Attorney David Butltr said Mrs Walbaum embezzled an amount in excess of fromDr William R Turner arid Dr Rodney W Leemkuil den tists who have offices in 501 Brick and Tile Mrs Walbaum had served as their bookkeeper for the past three or four years Butler said Butler added that the dis crepancy wasfound when an audit of the dentists books was made by an accountant An in vestigation was started when the dentists reported the miss ing funds to the county attor neys office Butler said Mrs Walbaum has admitted taking part of the funds Police arrested her at the home of a friend Butler said she had moved from her apart ment on 28th SW and had taken her children out of Mason City schools J he was pleased that thi had reported Tie said there have been other cases re cently which have not been re ported and added he has reason to believe there are other un reported cases in the city Jackie is in i TTEA Gteede AVMrs John F Kennedy caine to this smal Greek port Saturday to visit the Oracle of Apollo at Delphi 10 miles away Mrs Kennedys floating hotel the yacht Christina droppet anchor before dawn Mrs Ken nedy and members of her cruise party went ashore for the short drive to Delphi The ship sailed from Levka Island Friday in a light rain Cloudy conditions and the threat of rain continued as the Ken nedy party began the tour Mrs Kennedy is expected to leave Saturday for a visit to Morocco return to Washington Thursday aking a commercial flight from Paris Inside The Globe OUNTY ASSESSORS prove of new Iowa drive Page 2 ANOTHER OREGONIANS GREET ROCKYGov Nelson ee ler was greeted by a crowd of about 3000 persons Fri day as he arrived at Eugene Ore to speak at the West ern Regional Republican Conference op lax ROLL AGAINA convoy held on the Ger was suddenly freed by the RuTsiSnTto than 48 hours roll into Wesf Germany Kussians to Governor Iowa has grown well DES MOINES growth in Iowa this year has een very encouraging and has utstripped the rate of the nation s a whole Gov Harold Hughes aid Saturday have been 100 industrial evelopments through September fthis year in the form of branch lants expansions and new Sndus ry compared with 62 during all f 1962 Hughes said More than 4100 new job op ortunities have been created vith investments in new plants ndequipment reaching anindi ated year V THEYLL HAVE AXONG ore ready for thai Oct 30 date still is a long way off for them Jin addition there hasnt been any oh the purikins yet But wainnghcippily are Deborah Fischer 4 and Laura Carlstrom 3 both of DesMoines Deborah is a daughter of Mr and Mrs lames Fischer and Laura is a daughter of Mrs Nancy Garlstrom Tots die from severe beating DES MOINES AP A baby the children who were abused had both eyes blackened when he were mentally or physically handi was 2 months old a leg broken a capped and their parents appar month later and his skull frac tured when he was 5 months old abilities ently could not tolerate their dis Asmall child was locked out of is house during the winter until iiis feet froze Another baby was Those are some of abuseinflicted by parentsTon 71 Iowa children found to have suf fered severe physical punishment during sixmonth period in a survey made by the State Depart ment of Social Welfare and the State Department of Health Seven of the children died of their injuries the report said Six suffered broken bones in beatings In 31 received multiple bruises nine AA n inwinpic ui 1111 it Civil War history Page nd sku11 fractures and there were cases of scalding burning Lake news 3 Editorials 4 Church news 547 Society g9 Surveyor Q Sports rews 1M2 Latest markets Mason City news 1415 Classified pages 1819 North Iowa news 20 GlobeGazette editor elected to ASNE HARTFORD Conn UB Rob ert H Spiegel editor of the Ma son City Iowa GlobeGazette was among 33 newspaper execu tives elected to membership Friday in the American Society of Newspaper Editors UNCLE DIES JOHNSON CITY Tex Wl John Harvey Bright 92 uncle of Vice President Lyndon B Johnson died Thursday with matches and severe malnu trition Most of the parents who mis treated their1 children were emo tionally immature and many of them were very young the report said One 15yearold married mother who was reported for beating her baby said she had punished him to make him stop crying report said in some In stances marital differences be tween young parents were taken out on the 20yearold mother sent her infant son to the hospital with a crushed chest and broken ribs and later with broken arms when he was not yet 4 months old Some of the beatings were in flicted by fathers who were left in charge of their children while Parents often offer illogical ex TOTS Please torn to page 2 Yanks i free to move Convoy held for 2 days BERLIN W The Soviet Un ion backed down Saturday and opened the way into West Berlin for a US Army convoy blocked for two days by one of the lesser of the EastWest cold war Virtually 48 hours to the min ute after the Russians imposed their blockade they rolled back their armored cars at the Babelsberg checkpoint and per mitted the convoy to continue the final IVi miles to its station in this isolated city Hughes The US Army had won its point The whole issue which raised a storm of protest from the United States and its Allies was over whether American troops traveling in small convoys on the 110mile autobahn to West Berlin from West Germany through Com munist territory should dis mount from their vehicles for a head count by the Russians an Army announcement said It added that the troops were cleared through Babelsberg in accordance with established rocedures The Soviet action came at a ime when the States and the Soviet Union were meeting in attempts to ease cold war tensions American soldiers for schools andbetter programs of public He said more industry is need ed in Jowa to provide jobs for youths Vvho no longer are needed on the farm We heed to attract additional industry to Iowa from outside the state Hughes said and we need to encourage our own man ufacturing plants to expand so that every lowan who wants to work will have an opportunity to find a job in his home state New for skiers A fanny warmer7 KANSAS CITY W Ever hear of a fanny warmer Its the latest thing in ski clothing for women Ski clothes normally smoth er the head and shoulders in offbeat fursand knit A lead ing designer and importer of winter sports clothing Friday said the lower section of a new parka includes a snugfit ting knitted band of about eight inches wide which puils down over the hips like a sweater 18 vehicles and 61 nien drove straight to Jts barracks in the American sector of West Ber Neighbors helping neighbors lin An outgoing convoy of 144 men and 25 vehicles struck out 24 minutes later for West Ger many The latter was sent to Babelsberg from West Berlin Friday to support the incom ing convoy The Russians passed it after the soldiers dis mounted for a head count The Western Allies have allowed larger convoys to be counted calling this a courtesy to the Russians West Germans who would be directly affected by any serious confrontation between the United States and the Soviet Union in Berlin watched the 48hour test of nerves with high interest The United States protested sharply to the Russians that the blockade was entirely unwar ranted The protests were filed with Soviet representatives in Washington and Potsdam and with the Soviet Foreign Min istry in Moscow The Russians first halted the incoming convoy for 15 hours at Marienborn at the west end of the autobahn stretch to Ber lin Chest drive has its biggest day Fridays Community Chest re ceipts the biggest single day so far in this drive boosted the to al to more than 73 per cent of he quota Volunteers have turned in against a drive quota of Fridays record was Weekend efforts by workers may bring the drive total up to the needed A final push is needed to make the campaign a success according to Commu nity Chest officials The push must come from volunteers and residents alike they added Employes of three firms topped their quotas Friday They are Internal Revenue Service TylerRyan Furniture Co and the YMCA Those employes reported ear lier in the week as meeting their quotas were from the fol fall Laird and Burington Northwestern Distributing Co Also Bankers Life Co Ma son City News Agency Henkel Construction Co Iowa Hard ware Mutual Insurance Co Food City IGA McGladrey Hansen Dunn and Gpge Gild ner Brothers Curries Inc In terstate Power Co and Frank J Enbusk and Co their wives worked The report lowing firms Blanchards Inc said the fathers apparently rethe J C Penney Co Plumb belled against the housewife role Supply Wallace by punishing the children Inc the state and Holland office of the ure The survey indicated several of American Cancer Society West U S copter is shot down SAIGON AP Communist guerrillas shot down a US Ma rine Corps helicopter Friday night near the spot where 12 Ameri cans were killed earlier this week There were no casualties in the latest incident As several fighter planes strafed the guerrilla gun position a sec ond helicopter plucked to safety the downed helicopters crew GENERAL DIES CLEVELAND Gen Ludwig S Conelly 80 who served in World Wars I and II after joining the National Guard in 1916 died Friday SAME Black Metni Traftla Dettfe l fast 24   

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