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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 14, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                                Edited for The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Home Edition VOL 103 Prcu and United Frew IntenuUoutl Full LcaM Wlrei MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY OCTOBER 14 1W3 10e Consists ot Two SectionsSection Oni 212 Korean elections a farce reign By RICHARD SPONG Editorial Research Bureau A The forthcoming election in Americas problem protectorate of South Korea has been wholly discredited before a single bal lot is cast The chief ofthe ruling mill tary junta Geri Chung Hee Park is himself a candidate for the presidency US officials every indication that the coun try is to have a rigged election Gen Park has hot been con tent merely to control the elec tion rriacWnery Early in Sep tember he hauledone of his op ponents Lt Gen Yo Chan Song formerArmy Chief of Staff out of a bed aiid put him in a Seoul prison The charges were old ones of rape ordering illegal executions during the Korean War and slandering the Park government Songs real sin had been to warn that democracy would be dead in South Korea if Park should run for the presidency because even if he Park takes off his uniform his gov ernment still will be the mili tary government The present regime inSouth Korea came to power two years ago a coup detat against an elected civilian gov ernment Gen Park at that time and He pledged to raent to honest tipus civiliansI that promise in a jointstate ment with President Kennedy when he Washington last restore the govern conscien repeated stated last February that he wouldnot participate in the4new civilian government But power is not so readily put aside election campaign has been a dirty one even by Kor ean political standards ExPres ident Posun Yun oneof the leading candidates has charged that Gen Park as a young of ficer was sentenced to death for helping to organize a Commu nistled mutiny in 1948 but was let off because of his military talents Gen Park admits that he was a member of an army regiment that revolted under Red leader ship but maintains that he was not involved personally in the uprising I GenSong helped1 to unify the opposition campaign by with drawing from the race in favor of exPresident Yun Former Premier Pyun Hung Tai nom inee of the Right League may follow suit later this week No lastminute heroics will be of much use of course if co ercion is employed at the polls Opposition leaders argue that a really fair election became im possible once Geri Park refused to appoint a caretaker govern ment to conduct the elections A cholera epidemic that has stricken more than 642 persons in the provides a setting for the elec tion Tuesday JFK salutes newspapers WASHINGTON un dent Kennedy saluted the na tions newspapers Monday say ing that no other nation in the world en joys a press as respon sive to the needs of freedom In a statement marking Na tional Newspaper Week Ken nedy said that an increasingly important role in informing a free people He said the country is for tunate to have a press which increasingly seeks higher stand ard of responsibility and serv ice North Iowa Weather outlook Partly cloudy a few show and thunderstorms through Tuesday Warmer M o n d night lows in low 50s Miid Tuesday highs in upper 70s Weathtr details on 2 Another job automated By CHAD SKAGGS AMES AP Right now it Jooks as though the computer did aU right in its challenge to Cupid But the final score wont be written for at least six months Thats when sociologists will make a check to see if anything permanent developed last Satur day night when boy met girl on a scientific basis is success Nearly 1000 students were paired off by an electronic com puter at an Iowa State Univer sity mixed dance Students surveyed informally at the scene said the idea was fine Almost tola man said they liked the dance partners the heartless gadget had chosenfor them on the basis of replies to 120 ques tions But will they feel the same way in April as they do in Octo ber Or will hearts grow as cold as a punchedout card Members of the universitys department of sociology plan a survey six nfonths from now to try to learn the answers want to know whether a profes sor with a beam of electrons can outshoot Cupid with a bow and arrow When a male college student and a coed meet there often is an immediate reaction Such reactions as occurred will be measured this week when Dr William Kerikel head of the sociology department and Dr Robert H Coombs a faculty member make their first sur CUPID Please turn to page 2 lo quit BONN Germany rad Adenauer 87 steps reluc tantly out of office Tuesday aft er more than 14 years as the first and only chief executive of the West German Federal Re public The Adenauer era has brought most of this country from the depths of disaster and disgrace following World War II to strength and prosperity But Ad enauer leaves behind a linger ing problem Germans still are separated from 17 mil lion felloty countrymen who are under Communist rule Adenauers friends say he is responsible for the strength and tyreunite His ene mies say strength and prosperity wouldhaye7come anyway and accuse Adenauer of helping pre reunification a serious charge in German politics Adenauers major accomplish ment has been to tie West Ger many closely to the West It was Adenauer whoin 1950 first of ered the Atlantic Alliance a West German army despite strong opposition among many Germans to rearmament Adenauer will be succeeded as chancellor by Economics Minister Erhard Bulletin ALGIERS charged Monday the Royal Moroccan Army has invaded Algeria in strength Outbursts of border fighting between the two nations was reported as Mrs Jacqueline Kennedy was visiting Morocco The U S First Lady was staying at Marrakech about 200 miles from the Algerian bor der area where fighting is re ported Inside The Globe HEATED BARBS by Bar ry and Rocky Page 2 SENATE TAKES a look at its ethics Page 3 FRED KORTH post Alta Vista Nitze to take charge WASHINGTON M retary of the Navy Fred Korth who last week protested a ten tative Pentagon decision to deny the Navy more nuclear powered aircraft carriers is re signing and will be succeeded by Paul Nitze now an assistant secretary of defense The White House announced Monday that President Kennedy Korths resignation Saturday The resignation will take effect Nov 1 In a letter to Kennedy dated PAUL NITZE Navy boss V in wreck ELMA Kenneth Zubrod 18 of rural Alta Vista was killed early Sunday and his brother Larry 15 seriously injured when the car in which they were rid ing careened off a county road five miles west of Howard County town and hit a farm driveway embankment Howard County Sheriff Percy Haven said Kenneth was thrown out and suffereda fatal skull racture Larry was taken to a Sew Hampton hospital where he was listed to fair condition The sheriff said it appeared hatKenneth the driver may have gone to sleep at the wheel Funeral services will be Tues day at am at the Method ist Church in Elma Burial will 3e in Riverside Cemetery Riceville with Conway Funeral Home in charge Surviving are his parents Mr and Mrs Orville Zubrod rural Alta Vista two brothers Larry and David two sisters Sharon and Carol Ann all at home his maternal grandmother M r s Henry Johnson Elma paternal grandparents William Zubrod California and Mrs William Zubrod Elma t X may return to private business and attend to my pressing pri vate affairs Earlier last week Korth per suaded Secretary of Defense Robert S McNamarato delay decision against placing nu clear power plants in planned super carriers McNamara agreed to delay the decision so Korth could present additional arguments in favor of nuclear engines for the carriers There was no indication in the exchange of letters between Kennedy and Korth that the pol icy dispute between the Navy and McNamara was a factor in Korths resignation White House sources also said there was no connection be tween the resignation and the controversial TFX fighter plane contract Korth has been secretary of the Navy since December 1961 Before coming to Washington he was president of a bank at Fort Worth Tex It was Korths connection with the bank that gave rise to inquiries in Congress whether he might be involved in a con flict of interest in the controver billiondollar contract for the TFX fighterbomber to General Dynamics Corp which has a plant in Fort Worth The bank once made a loan General Dynamics before Copter in Six killed NEWYORK New York airways h el 1c oVp t e r crashed and burned on takeoff jail IcHewild Airport Monday killing six persons police re ported Police said three passengers and three crewmen on seat twinblade era ft were killed The helicopter was barely off the ground when it plunged to earth eyewitnesses said Firemen quickly e x t i n Guished the blaze and the bod ies were removed to an open area The area was strewn with wreckage A large number of airlines employes quickly raced to the scene a section of the sprawl ing airport between the cargo area and several domestic passenger terminals near Mason City A flash fire leveled a Chicken house just outside Ma on City city limits at pm Saturday The fire was one of two erious blazesnear Mason City on Saturday A second gutted a frame house in Winne bago Heights Bob Swarner owner of the hicken house located one quar er mile north of 12th NW on he city limits road told fire men he was spraying the empty milding with a highly volatile nsecticide spray An automatic fan turned on during spraying and the insecti n e Korth came to Washington The Justice Department investiga ed and on Sept 27 cleared Korth of any possible conflict of interest Nitze becomes secre tary of the Navy he will be suc ceeded as assistant secretary by his deputy William P Bun dy who has been at the Penta gon since 1961 When 2 weekend in the ceiling and walls wher they were used for insulation burned rapidly The entire insid PiCTUREf Fire pictures are on page 15 was blazing when two truck from Mason City and a tank ruck from Manly arrived metal roof on the chicken house collapsedtshortly after firemen got there Eight Mason City firemen SONGBIRD QUOTH THE RAVEN1 s Hollywood actress tries to coaxJim Jr a 13yearold raven into making like a songbird but the raven responds only with a guttural croaks and flat at that Theyre working m new movie the 41st motion picture role for Jim Jr and one of Lindas first Supreme Court case review of Ms Court conviction in coijrt sets hearing for sitins WASHINGTON CAP the upreme Court begins hearing ought the blaze A few rearguments Monday in five sitin mained until 6 pm to keep the ire from spreading In the Winnebago Heights jaze Mason City firemen found he insideo f a house one block vest of Highway 65 North in lames when they arrived short y after am The house unoccupied since ast spring is owned by Frank Hall Ventura Fire Prevention Bureau of Editorials Comics Clear Lake v Society news North Iowa news 10 Sports news 1112 Bowling hews 13 Latest markets V 14 Mason City news 7415 Transit timetable 18 Classified pages 7819 THOUSANDS COME PARIS UPI Police said over 100000 persons had paid their respects Monday to singer Edith Piaf who died Friday SAME DATEW24M WHALES MASS aerial view shows some of the 39 whales on the beach at Wreck Bay Australia after beaching themselves in the sand Great efforts were made to get the whales back to sea but they made back for the beach again A Uni Photofax versity of Sydney official said this so called mass suicide of the blackfin whales has puzzled experts throughout the world They seem to do it every sec ond or third year and there is no scien tific reason for it icials said the cause is unde ermined and under investiga ion They said the doors and windows were locked when fire men arrived Furniture valued at was burned Ask Hultman for mental health study DES MOINES Iowa Board of Control has raised a question that some duplication of effort exists between two state agencies in the handling of the states mental health pro gram The board supervises the states six mental hospitals in cluding the big mental health in stitutes and another agency the Iowa Mental Health Authority created by the 1947 Legislature sponsors community clinics in 14 Iowa cities The board has asked Iowa Atty Gen Evan Hultman to make a study of the state laws and to decide vhat powers lie with the Mental Health Authori ty l Hancock liquor election set GARNER The Hancock County Beard of Supervisors Monday accepted petitions call ing for an election on whether liquor by the drink should be allowed in the county and set the special election for next Jan 21 cases that raise important is sues of theuse of state trespass laws to back up exclusion of Ne groes by private businessmen In legal debate that will ex tend over most of two days the justices consider cases from Maryland South Carolina and Florida Numerous other appeals re questing review of convictions of racial demonstrators are on the docket of Michael al theIowa State Penitentiary for the shoot ing of Daly 22 The latter came engaged to Leanna Jean Skultety after she broke off with Stump r Daly was shot as he and Miss Skultety stepped from a car in front ofthe Daly residence Stump 21at the timeof the footing in 1961 was a gradu ate of the University of Iowa The Iowa Supreme Court up ield the conviction on March f 1963 In appealing to the ighest tribunal Stump said po ce questioned him two days efore permitting him to con ult an attorney He said that statements ha made during the questioning ere used against him POPE DIES ST LOUIS W Charles N ope 62 supreme president of he Catholic Knights of America ied Saturday Neighbors helping neighbors Community Chest drive is extended The official collection period of the Community Chest cam paign has been extended for a week according to Dr John MacGregor campaign c h a i r man satis Although were very fied with the drive so far Dr MacGregor said we feel there has been some difficulty with twoweek pay periods and the fact that some collectors couldnt get to see their people so we extended it for a week A light day was reported Sat urday with being re ported to the Chest office This re the brings the total to 77 per cent of the goal The smaller receipts were at tributed to the fact that it was Saturday some businesses were closed and many solicitors were out of town for the weekend However it was the biggest day for the Womens Division residential canvass with 49370 being reported Employes of two firms ported they were over top They are the Mason City GlobeGazette and the Good Samaritan Home Two other groups of employes said they arc very near their goals and expect to get their quotas Monday or Tuesday Anyone who feels that he has been missed by a volunteer worker Dr MacGregor said may contact the Chest office at 9W E State which is open daily from 9 am to 5 pm Contri butions can be brought in or mailed If the donor wishes to have someone pick up his pledge he may call GA 31774 Many envelopes still have not been turned in he added and he is basically very pleased about the drive and hopes to see donations swell the fund un til the campaign passes tht goal   

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