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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 30, 1963, Mason City, Iowa The n Iowas Mr that makes oil North l owans neighbors VOL 103 CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition United PrtM International Full MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY OCTOBER JO 1WJ 10c eopyThl Cowisti rf Four On No 22f on pying charg V KeithLeroy Perkins 23 710 TnS WS killed accidentally about pm Tuesday at the Ventura marsh v as he was taking it from boat t Mrs Perkins and three or their children were waiting in a nearby car Dr J D Chris topherson county medical ex aminer said the charge hit in the left upper chest The other Hunters were George Stepleton JimBailey and Keith Crawford all of Mason City The funeral will be at 2 pm Friday at Christ Chapel of the Methodist Church inHampton Burialj will be in the Friends Cemetery at Iowa Falls Perkins had lived in Clear Lake since August moving from Hampton He was em ployed in the grocery depart ment of Easters Super Valu Survivors include his wife the formerMary Woods four children Jacquelin 7 Jonda lyn 6 Keith Henry 4 and Jerrilyn 5 months Clear Lake his stepfather and mother Mr and Mrs Frank Perkins Wjr the hs father Keith about 22 years ago Final stage reached Sri mine rescue BROISTEDT Germany Rescuers drilled to feet of threeminers trapped in an underwater air bubble be fore halting operations early Wednesday to prepare for the most critical phase of the res cue If all goes well the three are expected to be freed by late Thursday a weeklong entombment 259 feet below ground in an iron mine that was flooded when a nearby dam broke Eightysix miners escaped but 40 others are unaccounted for and are believed drowned spending most of the day forcing two rescue shafts with cement and steel pipes arid con structing special air locks to make sure there is no sudden drop of pressure in the air pocket when the rigs reach the men Secrecy a must in Baker case WASHINGTON in Senators delving into the business affairs of Robert G Baker are work ing behind a barrier of secrecy they say is essential in the early stages of the investigation Baker the onetime page boy who achieved wealth and power as secretary to t h e Senates Democratic majority resigned under fire Oct 7 He was preceded in death by JOHN BUTENKO IGOR IVANOV YURI ROMASHIN GLEB PAVLOV VLADIMIR OLENEV 25 years ago Orson still WELLES 1963 LONDON Welles choked back a chuckle and said tie has not the slightest regret for his Martian invasion radio drama that panicked Americans 25years ago Wednesday night Looking back I wouldnt change a thing the actor now 48 told an interviewer Six million Americans heard Welles broadcast of The War of the Worlds on Oct 30 1938 and one million were disturbed researchers found It began at 8 pm on the CBS Sunday night Mercury Thea ter of the Air Interspersing HGv Wells 40yearold fantasy with realistically styled news bulletins1 the Mercury players created this scene Flaming objects landed in New Jersey Things emerged at 11 war As tall as skyscrapers they waded the Hudson River to de stroy New York A mysterious Martian ray dealt instant death With Nazi Germany nibbling at the Sudetenland and Ameri ca jangled by European war nerves newspapers and radio stations were flooded by calls from frightened listeners A Pittsburgh man found his wife in the bathroom hysteri cally grasping a bottle of poison and crying Id rather die this way A San Francisco man called police volunteering to fight this awful thing the end of the hour long drama the Martians were destroyed by some bacteriolog ical reaction Recalling the circumstances of the broadcast Sure I had a pretty good idea it would touch off a wave of jitters but I still went ahead I just thought it was time to demonstrate that everything said on radio isnt necessarily true The radio had been speak ing ex cathedra with authority on every subject under the sun and I thought it needed sending up a bit Welles demonstration was ef fective There were reports of small cities which started evacuation procedures when the broadcast reached them As Welles was reminded of these things he leaned back puffed on his cigar and snick ered contentedly WELLES IN 1938 3 nabbed in S Viet Nam SAIGON Viet Nam AP said both officers had ipmmunist guerrillas smashed wounded in the fight acrack South Vietnamese task A second government force of uxuwiicu orce Tuesday and captured the about 200 men operating only planned to resume three US Army advisers with a few thousand yards away drilling Wednesday night after he 120man task force learned of the battle too late to spending most nf tVip rfav min TT c u The three Americans listed as missing were two officers and an enlisted medic Strag glers returning from the roui Barry may push his announcement CONCORD N H UP Sen Barry Goldwater says he may announce whether he will seek the Republican presidential nomination sooner than he had planned A leading contender for the nomination Goldwater told a news conference Tuesday night that if he seeks the nomination he will campaign vigorously in New Hampshires firstinthe nafion primary next March 10 Cost of living hits level area WASHINGTON UPI The government said Wednesday that a steady rise in the cost of living slowed and leveled off in September largely because of lower food and transportation costs The consumer price index re mained at the August figure of North Iowa Weather outlook Considerable cloud i n e s s through Thursday ire red Warmer Wtdrmday night lows about SO Cooler Thursday upper SOt details on Page 2 1071 the Labor Department said m its month report This meant that it cost to buy the same goods and services that could be purchased for Sio during the 195759 base period Arnold Chase assistant com missioner of the Bureau of Labor Statistics said however that the September index was ninetenths of one per cent higher than for the same nionth of last year And he said some of the drops were due to sea sonal adjustments Chase said several types of consumer goods and services increased in price during Sep tember Food prices dropped been help US authorities said Com munist radio jammers knocked out the channels on all loca military radios The operation cost the Viet namese special forces an esti mated 20 killed 30 wounded and 12 missing and presumed captured Heavy weapons lost included a 60mm mortar Viet Cong losses were unknown The day ended with the my in command of the field a highranking American officer said Names of the missing Ameri cans were not announced The US casualty list rose to four late Tuesday when the Air Force pilot of a light spotting plane was hit by machine gun fire The pilot flew back to his base however Inside The Globe HULTMAN calls Hughes Great Pumpkin was found at WrightPatterson AFB in Ohio An unidentified person had Warren hit by pickets NEW YORK UPI Chief Justice Earl Warren Tuesday jLiuguca night was bombarded by leaf tough opponent for anvicts and Placards hurled at him nV HAm Photofax painted a face on the huge tank behind Aerospace Research Lab WK u 4wi a I 111 u i by demonstrators demanding his impeachment The demonstration took as Warren and his wife were leaving the New York Bar As sociation building where earlier in the evening he wasmade an honorary member of the organ ization at a testimonial dinner The pickets who said they were members of the move ment to impeach Earl Warren also booed Gov Nelson Rocke Clear Lake news 2829 feller wno attended the dinner Mason City news 3233 left the building separately Comics 34 from the Warrens Transit timetable Neither Warren nor Rockefel CUssified pages 383 Ier was hurt GOP Page 2 SHAFF PLAN HAS heavy support in rural Iowa Page 3 EVERYONES nuts about this knitting Page 6 Society news 678 Editorials 17 Sports news 2122 North Iowa 2829 JFK praises GOP rights compromise Rematch not set by Texans WASHINGTON AP Rep Henry Gonzalez fight either is ready Marquis to of WASHINGTON Republicans kept their fingers crossed Wednesday as they re ceived administration praise for helping to launch a strong civil rights bill in Congress The Republicans have warned the administration all pledges of support for the compromise measure are off if the Demo crats seek to make any politi BREAKS WRIST NEW YORK TO MEET WASHINGTON pssrwssfis veseUbta M S JUeSday Minteto Sir Acc Bo8 lis weekly show e r ec HasHome by early 1964 BULLETIN BAMAKO Mali ffKmg Hassan II of Morocco and President Ahmed Ben Bella of Algeria Wednesday signed a ceasefire agraement put ting an end to the Sahara war by Saturday in Morocco meanwhile Defense Min istry announced new fighting had broken out along the dis puted frontier Queensberry rules or alley fight rules But his intended opponent Rep Ed Foreman says as far as Im concerned its over with So no rematch of Tuesdays onepunch fight just off the floor of the House of Represent atives is in prospect Gonzalez and Foreman are both Texans Foreman is 29 and husky Hes a Republican who espouses conservative causes Gonzalez is 47 and a Democrat who espouses liberalcauses Foreman said I didnt call Gonzalez a pinko or a Commu nist What I did say was that his ultraliberal leftwing voting record was a disservice to the Constitution of the United States and furthers the SocialistCom munist cause Gonzalez was angered by a news story that quoted Fore man as calling hinTa pinko and confronted his fellow Texan Tuesday on the House floor What happened next is In some dispute but in the speak ers lobby just outside the House chamber Gonzalez gave cal gain out of civil rights at Forcman a single punch on the Others freed in case Caps 7month FBI effort NEWARK NJ AP FBI agents have capped seven months of a r o u n dtheclock work with the arrests of an American electronics engineer cleared to handle top secret ma terial and a Russian chauffeur on espionage charges They were arrested Tuesday night after a rendezvous near an old stone railroad station in Englewood Three Russian diplamats serv ing with the Soviet mission to the United Nations in New York City also were apprehended by the FBI but they were released because of their diplomatic im munity Seized in the Russians car were a brief case that contained information about a secret Air Force contract and a tiny docu ment camera designed to oper ate from the cars cigarette lighter The accused spies charged Wednesday with delivering to a foreign government informa tion relating to the national de fense of the United States are John William 38 of Orange and Igor A Ivanov 33 of New York City Butenko a bachelor of Rus sianparentage is a year control administrator for the International Electric Corp of Paramus Ivanov married and father of a 6yearold daughter was a chauffeur for AMTOjRG A So viet governments p o n s o r e d agency that handles USRus sian trade relations He came to this country in March 1962 The three Russian diplomats were Yuri A Romashin 38 third secretary of the Soviet U N mission Gleb A Pav lov 39 an attache ofthe mis sion and Vladimir I Olenev staff member Atty Gen Robert F Kenne dy and FBI Director J Edgar Hoover gave this account of Tuesday nights catandmouse activity FBI agents watched from the shadows as Butenko and the Russians met in the station parking lot and then strode away The agents moved in col Ordered out UNITED NATIONS NY W United States demanded Wednesday the immediate de parture from US territory of members of the Soviet UN delegation accused of spying their expense A1 the moment though bi partisanship was holding firm and the long bottledup legisla tion finally began to move throughthe House Even with President Kenne dy Speaker John W McCor mack and Republican Leader Charles A Halleck behind it however farreaching com faces delays and promise bill obstacles The most optimistic estimate heard Tuesday after the House Judiciary Committee approved the bill by a 2311 vote was that it would be midNovember be fore it gets Lo the House floor The time will be needed to write a report on the measure and hold hearings in he South erndominated Rules Commit tee shoulder Td stiu like to have it out with him man to man but hes a Spanish for a yel lowlivered sissy Gonzalez said Foreman discussing the inci dent later in his office said I played four years of college football Im 6feeU and 200 pounds and laring Butenko in his car and Pavlov and Ivanov in their au tomobile Romashin was seized nearby where he was posted as a lookout In the rear seat of the Rus sians car was a briefcase that Butenko brought to the meeting containing data relating to a highly sensitive Air Force contract being handled by the International Electric Corpora tion The document camera also was in the Russian car The first meeting of the ac cused conspirators occured Ap riL 21 according to the FBI complaint at a restaurant SAME D AT t r N anL III Norwood NJ The first brief case switch occurred shortly afterward on the side of a road in Closter Similar meetings involving an attache case and brown leather briefcase occurred on May 26 in the vicinity of Closter on the following day at a park ing lot in Fort Lee and on Sept 24 between Paramus and Tea neck the FBI said The bespectacled Butenko has worked for International Elec tric since March I960 INTO ACTION FRANKFURT Germany than 15000 troops flown to Germany in operation Big Lift went into action Wednesday in maneuvers de signed to test whether such air lifts can stop an aggressor
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