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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 26, 1963, Mason City, Iowa lowmg wipoptr thot all North lowons n eighbor if Y GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition VOLW HH Uitted mil LMW MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY OCTOBil M 1H3 Ptpcr of Two No 223 AAcNamara halts new nuclear carrier Woman shot on comer in Des Moines M MOINES A former Waterloo man was new without bond on a murder charge Saturday in the fatal shodtirig of a woman on a busy street corner as she pleaded for mercy Police said EdwardfMiller 25 had signed a state merit admitting the shooting He was held pending a hearmgtNoy 4 t The was Anna May Jackson 32 aNegro who witnesses said either fell or was pushed from a moving car shortly the shooting at the corner of E 14th St and Court AveFriday The witnesses the described as a light with a goatee stopped the car got out and walked around to where the woman was trying to get to her feet Dont dpit dont the pleaded as her assailant pointed a long barreled ather and fired twice One shot struck her behind the left ear The driver then drove away Miller was arrestedwyith o4ut a struggle abbut four Hours later in the apart ment of another woman friend Police said they found a 45 caliber revolver in the i iVJjy1 Polict Lt Pul Miller paying the shooting the outgrowth of Argu ment that had f laited a couple of t Officers 1 been at a Des Monies hotel until recently He told K police he formerly lived in Cedar Rap ids as Well as Waterloo Seven children the oldest 10 years old were found at the home where the Jackson wom an had been living They were taken into protective custody North Weather Fair to cloudy Saturday night and cooler Sunday Chance of frost Saturday night low 3539 Monday gen erally fair and cool Weather details on Page 1 Northwood jury favors i neither side NORTHWOODiIna jurytrial in district court here the jury Friday night returned averdict favoring neither party Mrs Lillian Slattum admin istrator of the estate otherhus band Clarence G Slattum was asking of Mr and Mrs Kermit Kuntzof Grafton Clarence Slattum was killed in an auto accident involving the Kuntzes near GraftonMarch 26 1961 He was the supervisor fromthe 2nddistrict of Worth County Mr and Mrs Kuntz iad filed counter claims against Mrs Slattum Kuntz asked for Am asked per sonal injuries received in the accident Thejury went oui at m Friday They returned at pmThey found thatno party should recover damages from the otheK Quints family to move Friday ABERDEEN S D Next Friday is moving day for the Andrew Fischer family of quintuplet Chamber of CommerceMan ager E C Pieplow said Friday night a large rambling home on the northeast part of the city is serve as the tem porary residence for the Fisch ers the quintuplets and the couples five other children until vthe city builds them a new home Hurricane Ginny churned the Atlantic off the South Carolina coast residents of Charlestons sought shelter in designated unprotected beaches Abandon search for miners SERVICES 39 miners traVped iron mine for 42 hours after electronics experts said knocklcptlcve ut ing noises picked iip by a microing hours nhrmA urata MVI j s not were rattling rocks and Photofax ALUMNI REUNION STAR Marlene Dietrich acknowledges applause after her singing perform ance at Friday iiights Alamein reunion in London The Germanborn actress entertained the desert rats of the North African fighting in World War II At their annual reunion A Mines Co said at 2 pm 7am CST 39 of 43 men still trapped in the LengedeBroistedt mine must be presumed dead Not a trace the missing men was found duringxa night of search operations They were believed trapped in chambers of the mines gallery as far as 300 feet below ground Seventynine men escaped aft er the dam burst which spilled thousands of gallons of water into the mine from an orewash ing reservoir and sealed it at both ends Seven more men were hauled out on a raft Fri day night after the water level dropped td openup one end of the arched gallery The seven emerged soaked in mud but uninjured They were taken to a hospital A search team penetrated one mile through the eastern section of the mine in a rubber boat but radioed back that it found no sign of the missing men At the pithead groups of rela tives and friends grimly waited for news This northwest Ger man village of2000 12 miles from the city of Bruns wick gets its livelihood from the mine and s6me machine plants Mine officials said the 43 men were scattered in at least three groups About twothirds of the mine was presumed flooded to a depth of 180 feet The missing men were believed to be below Inside The Globe HUNGER SPARKS A bat tle in This wasHhe Civil War Page 3 RULING IS EXPECTED next week on the Amish education controversy Page 2 BETHLEHEM LUTHER an Church plans dedica tion for its new addition Page 6 Editorials Surveyor Church news 6 Society news 8 Sports news 1112 Comics 13 Latest markets 14J Mason City news 1415 Clear Lake news 17 Classified pages 1819 North Iowa news22 Oliver will lay of f 200 CHARLES CITY The Oliver orp plant here annpunced Satr urdaythat it wul lay7off about 200 employes by the end of next week Frank Pryatel plant manager said the layoff is being made necessary by A adjustments in production reflecting seasonal changes in sales All 200 of the employes to be off will be in the produc 4 i7 9 me aLuriu seems to nave been forgotten as these accept sandwiches from pretty Ginny toward Carolina coast DETROIT The botu ism food poisoning scare flared mew Saturday with a federal igencys recommendation that housewives get rid of smoked ish products which came from he Great Lakes area The Food and Drug Adminis ration in Washington Friday night urged homemakers to de SC U tancy to keep a definite course urrieanp Ginny still adanger shec shuttledin toward land ear tneearly morn be came In an early advisory the Weather Bureau estimated her center to bp about 60statute miles southeast of Wilmington f move Cape JIatteras last week anc then slipped southward to Flori das coast and back headed out before midnight But resuming its former hesi ov northeast shiffingi The IVeather Bureau warned thai all sprecautionsshould be con tinued along North Carolinas southeastern coast It is expected that the east northeastward movement away from the coast as forecast ear lier will be resumed later this morning the Weather Bureau said MHowever the smallscale oscillation in the track has kept the f area of gales near the beaches in southeastern North Carolina and these may persist and spread toward Hatter as Sat urday tion operation of the plant Pry atel Current employment at the plant is about 1950 he added compared to a summer employment high of about 2230 The layoff probably will last into the first part of next year Pryatel said unless there is a pickup in the sales picture Such a pickup appears unlikely at this time he added Doctor of Queen qt 60 LONDON Lord Evans the Queens physician died Satur day He was 60 Cause of death was not announced Ginny threatened the Caro Fridaybe tore shifting direction ing away from themainland Late Friday tHere was a gen eralscramble from Charleston SC to Morehead City NCa AGENtS KILLED BRENT Ala UPI Two Federal alcohol tax unit agents were shot and killed m a gun battle near here last night while taking part in a raid Ne gro nightclub The agents were identified as Ralph Holt and Joe Cooper of the Tuscaloosa of fice who were killed in an ex change of gunshots coasflinevwere an residents wenMo storm shelter set up in armories schools an churches A Civil Defense off cial estimated that 3000 res dents along South1 Carolina Jrand Strand resort area vacat id their homes11500 of them in heCharleston area These jack home before nightfall however Chest collections pass 1961 total Campaign reports at the Com munity Chest f i c e hav brought total receipts past tlu amount collected last year anc to nearly 96 per cent of thi years goal The vtota now stands at Addi tional firms employe have made their quota are Gen eral Motors Acceptance Corp Davey Moen Inc Metropol an Life Insurance Co and J L Tire and Supply Co Michigan girl found unharmed in ditch LANSING Mich AP Alshopping center as her brothe mv 5vearold mnnrip uirl hn tmy 5yearold blonde girl who was kidnapped from ers parked Friday night was found alive and apparent ly unharmed Saturday Ingham County sheriffs deputies said Officers said Michelle Moran was found in a ditch a few watched in horror He told po lice she was taken by a be tj spectacled dark complexioned ducts that are packaged in young man sealed plastic wrappers and She wasfound Saturday as tnose tnat ae sold in bulk with some 200 police and civilian tany wrappers Canned pro T i AIB a JUVV Lord Evans who numbered miles east of here by a truck kings queens and prime minis ters among his patients entered King Edward VII Hospital in September for a checkup He had been gravely ill for some time driver They said the child was wet but apparently unharm ed Michelle whb lives in neighbor ing East Lansing was abducted from her mothers car at a busy searchers planned to search 25square mile area dotted will woods and swamps Police said it was not im mediately determined whethe the girl had been molested Shi was taken to a Lansing hospita for examination New ship to have regular power WASHINGTON UP The Navys hope for build ng a second nuclearpowered carrier has been tor edoed by Secretary of Defense Robert S McNamara He ordered an immediate start Friday on a car ier with standard power The word was passed to the Navy a few hours be ore admirals and captains gathered by the hundreds a dinner for their an C1 A nual celebration of Navy FDA warns of smoked fish danger Great Lakes plants involved McNamara exponent of cost effectiveness in defense spend ing had been cool idea of putting nuclear instead of con ventional power in carrier No CVA 67 for which Congress pro vided funds a Year ago But he held off on a final decision until Friday When he announced it the cost least million for atomict versus million for conventional wasnt emphasized Instead he said his action was motivated by a desire to avoid further delay although he elsewhere mentioned cost dif ferences He said the Navy had request ed delay while it studied the possibility of using atomic in stead of conventional power But now he has ordered the O i3 UC fcT vuw Aroy any smoked fish products vy to Proceed immediately hey hive under refrigeration Wlth construction of a standard fish were caught in he Great Lakes or processed in reat Lakes area plants FDA Commissioner George P Larrick said he issued the emer gency advisory because of the deadly nature of botulism poi soning and the occurrence of seven deaths in the last few weeks iafutureships witii battle foratomic Immediately may not be mmediately The Navy so far has not even advertised for bids on building theship much less let a contract This will take weeks or months McNamara left thedoor open to the question of putting nucle Tinil wmiensn juj aiunuc chubs producedin the major is Tatec aroa v SUe7 When the fnrfhrnm in crfee Lakes area An advisorycommittee of sci entific experts told the FDA Larrick said that 5 recent deaths in Tennessee and Ala bama were attributed to one lot of smoked whitefish chubs Theproduct was shipped to a Nashville Tenn grocery chain warehouse by a Michigan firm H J Dornbos Bro of Grand Haven Mich halted processing of smoked fish after the ship ment was traced to its plant The company had said it planned to resume operations early next week pending the outcome of laboratory tests of ts fish samples i v Two other of a Kalamazoo Mich were blamed on botulism Type E poisoning But authorities said they never were able to and the source of the fish eaten by the victims The latest development from Washington was accompanied by announcements that Michi ah officials seized stocks of wo state processing plants and hat Chicago Health Commis sioner Samuel Andelman or dered seizure of all smoked fish Products in the city Friday An delman said 90 investigators will work on the case all week end The FDA singled out fish pro res ignation of i Secretary Fred s announced by the White House on Oct 11 news men were given to understand it was in protest over the then ten tative decision against the atomic carrier request Subsequently it developed that this was only incidental if an actual reason at all told President Kennedy he was leaving on Nov 1 because of pressing personal reasons And in a subsequent statement Korth denied that he had been requested to resign or that the resignation had any connection with a Senate investigation into the TFX warplane contract award McNamara at the request of Korth two weeks ago delayed a decision to order a goahead on a carrier with conventional power He waited until Korth returned Thursday from minor ear surgery then apparently met with him Friday and turned down the Navy proposal SIGNS BILL WASHINGTON dent Kennedy signed into law Friday a bill to substantially in crease existing authorization for direct loans to housing for the elderly The authorization was increased by million to new total of million ducts are not involved the agen f said Michigan authorities said hey found the stridium samples of smoked fish from the St Jo seph Fisheries of St Joseph Mich and Royal Snack Food Inc of Detroit SAME Soft frillladen Rickover attacks schools By G K HODENFIELD AP Education Writer WASHINGTON AP Vice Adm Hyman G Rickover has loosed another blistering attack on US public education calling it soft frillladen antiintellectu al and administered by incom petents There were indications that those who have stood most firm ly at his side are finding his advocacy of European educa tion too strong Rickover was a featured speaker Friday night at the an nual meeting of the Council for Basic Education a nonprofit or ganization dedicated to the en couragement and maintenance of high academic standards in the American public schools Its membership is made up of educators and laymen who be v lieve with Rickover that public education in this country leaves much to be desired The council in the past has given wide pub lication to Rickovers views Rickover told the council The plain fact is that the edu cational value of a school year is at least a third higher abroad than here European standards of teacher education are notably higher Europeans attain any given educational level years before our children get there We shall in the end have to ac again cept separate schooling at the secondary the Europe an pattern Immediately after his speech a panel which had shared the speakers platform with Rick over took the admiral to task and declared unanimously that this country need not and should not copy the European system of education Audience reaction indicated overwhelming approval of panels views
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