Tuesday, October 27, 1964

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 27, 1964, Mason City, Iowa her child Baby stolen 6 months ago i f By SIVMOOR M H1RSH PrMc WrHw CHICAGO was Mrs Chester Froncxaki 29th there was no cel ebration Mrs Fronczak began the day as she has all othersfor the past six going to St Anne Roman Catholic Church to pray and keep vigil candles burning Six months ago czaks 1dayold son Paul Jo seph was kidnaped from her hospital room by a mysterious woman who posed as a nurse Despite thousands of telephoned and mailed tips police have no leads in the case As for the infant proved futile more and more public attention focused on Mrs Fronczak a browneyed at tractive brunette whose firs child was stillborn the year be fore Oh Im fine ly Mrs Fronczak assured an interviewer But emotionall I just cant seem to get ove the loss of the baby something they say time heals she said wistfully but so far it hasnt r We keep hoping that maybe hell return The we includes her husband Chester Jr 33 a machinist who left his job for five weeks to help his wife ad just to the loss of their son At first Mrs Fronczak went into virtual seclusion after her release from Michael Reese Hospital But now she says I do get out quite a bit I dont visit the priest Father Daniel Purcell of St Annes quite as much but I stop in the church every morning to see to the candles I believe God will return him some day Faith and a desire to keep her home going helped in those an guished first days Mrs Fron czak recalled It could havebroken up my whole whole life she said What pulled me together Mrs Fronezak said was the thought that if Paul is found who would be here to take care of him I just hope thathe is being taken care of and not neglected been six months to the day If 1 could have suspected anything I would never have gone to the hospital Chicago police Lt John Car tcn who has worked steadily on the case since it broke said Tuesday that theres nothing new Were still checking out leads But now he said the leads average less thanone a day In tjhe weeks following the kid naping Garten said they ran as high as 100 a day Im not giving up hope he said Theres still a good chance the baby is alive and well MRS FRONCZAK Where is her child i i newspaper that makes oil North lowans neighbors MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY OCTOBER V 1M4 UOe m CouliU of Four AitoclaUd PreM Full No 223 crime TV WASHINGTON AP A Senate subcommittee contended Tuesday that televised crime and violence is i direct cause though notthe only one of juvenile delinquency In an interim report the sub committee said On the basis of expert testi mony and impressive research evidence a relationship has been conclusively established between televised crime and violence and antisocial attitudes and behavior among juvenile viewers But it tempered its comments by stating that it did not be lieve that television is either the sole or most significant cause of juvenile delinquency Sen Thomas J Dodd D Conn chairman of the subcom mittee to investigate juvenile delinquency said that the find ings are significant because each day more than 25 million children 12 and under look at television spending on the average more time watching television than they do in either school or church At the subcommittees most recent hearings the report add ed network representatives were now prepared to admit in very general terms that there was some kind of relation ship between televised violence and the molding of childrens attitudes and behavior The subcommittee said pri mary responsibility for the pre vailing policy which features excessive crime and violence rests with the there major net works For it is clear that the networks have the key voice in determining programming con tent throughout the nation It said the networks have shown their concern with healthy programming by the adoption and updating of their television code of good practice which is administered by the National Association of Broadcasters But it noted that association with the code is only voluntary and that the seal of good prac tice has never been withdrawn because of an infringement of the code with regard to pro gram content Hampton cache yields marijuana AP Photofax BAGGY trousers arid old sports coats worn by Britains new Prime Minister Harold Wilson have become the object of sharp criticism by the mens clothing industry and the four million circulation Daily Express which printed a readers criticismThe reader said he thought that Khrushchevs trousers were the baggiest on the po litical scene until he saw Wilsons Wilson is shown arriving at 10 Downing Street Hanson sees tax as a prime issue Focus Try to get more boxcars into the state DBS MOINES AP Iowa Secretary df Agriculture L B Liddy was told by federal auth orities Monday that efforts are being made to get railroads to send more boxcars to the state Liddy said earlier in the month that there was a short age of boxcars which was ham pcring the movement of grain in Iowa He had asked US Secretary of Agriculture Orvilli Freeman for help in gettin more cars into Iowa Robert G Lewis deputy i the Agricultural Slabilizatio and Conservation Service a Washington informed Liddy b a telegram that governmen movement of grain has bee curtailed to the minimum Lewis also said that the A sociation of American Railroads out that a had told railroads in the east to provide more box cars to major railroads in Iowa PROBE TEACHER SHORTAGE WASHINGTON WVThe Office of Education announced Tues day it is launching a study to find out why there is a national shortage of qualified teachers EDITORS NOTE This is another in a series of cles in which North Iowa legislative candidates pre sent their views on various topics views presented in this story belong to State Rep Fred Hanson ROsage Ross Stevenson Lime Springs Democrat w h o is Hansons opponent for the House from the HowardMitchell District did not make a presentation of his views available to the GlobeGazette By CHARLES W WALK North Iowa News Director The perennial problem of property tax relief and tax ad ustment again will be onexof h e major issues to be dealt with by the next session of the owa Legislature That is the opinion of Fred the tax reduction so earnestly sought Hanson adds Instead of reducing property taxes the result might possibly greatly increase funds for school pur poses without lowering property taxes Such Restore calm to prison Find weapons hidden in cells JESSUP Md AP Calm returned to the Maryland House of Correction Tuesday as offi cials tookprecautions against a recurrence of Mondays sit dowri strike or the rioting of last weekend j Warden William F Steiner said about 900 of the medium security prisons 1780 inmates would be fed in their cells until further notice including 35 men who have been isolated as ring leaders of both the riot and the strike The remainder of the prison ers will be fed in three shifts instead of the normal two Stein er said this would reduce the number of men in the dining hall at one time A dozen state troopers re mained on duty at the prison Tuesday The prison workshops where the sitdown was staged were closed temporarily At least two small fires were DIVIDED L B Nixon family of Riverside Calif obviously has different opinions Nixon at left is for Goldwater Mrs Nixon at right is for Johnson Daughters Lois 10 Linda Photofax 14 and Karen 12 left to right point to their choice The family is no relation to former Vice President Richard Nixon Neither proposed 135 line superior on totalcost basis a result certainly would disappoint the property taxpayer who has been sub jected to higher and higher tax levies and therefore has borne an unfair share of the cost of education Increasing stale aid without lowering property tax levies would simply mean still more total tax for the property owner to pay Hanson says started and inmates booed and jeered Monday night in a dis turbance which followed the strike Vernon L Pepersack state commissioner of correction said of the troublemakers Once we weed them out and get them all assigned to one section well be able to get this place back lo normal again Stale police and guards going from cell to cell eventually quelled the disturbance They also turned up knives clubs chains and other weapons in possession of prisoners Some were found in cells but B Hanson Osage Republican candidate for the House of R e p r esenta livcs from the newlji formed r d Altheugh Hanson says he still favors Iowa remaining on stand ard time he adds that if the state has to go on daylight sav ing time it should follow Min nesota by going on Memorial Day and off Labor Day The chaotic confusion caused by the wildfire spread f daylight saving time across he state this past summer most were tossed from the barred cubicles of the four tiered cell houses as inmates set fires jeered whistled and shouted to distract the search ers moving from tier to tier At least four fires were touched off but all were small and were quickly doused wilh extinguish on North came close H o w a Mitchell Dis trict Hanson who has served two terms in th J House r e presenting Mitchell Coun ty points tax revision bil to passage in life points out the need for the state egislature something North Iowa Weather outlook Partly cloudy except con siderable fog and some drink late Tuesday night and Wednesday last regular session of the legis lature I sincerely hope a good tax measure can be enacted in the next session he adds Undoubtedly the most potent proposal foi1 property tax re lief Hanson believes will be more state aid to education Hanson favors this but points out that how much aid there should be is debatable He doesnt think il should be less than 30 per cent It shoviW be remembered however lhat It the state aid increase might not accomplish Continued on Page 2 ers Pepersack said a sit down strike Monday idled about 500 inmates in the prison laundry and workshops He met with spokesmen for the strikers and received a list of grievances They complained thai a guard treated prisoners brutally that an office worker was not keep ing proper account of money and timeoff credits earned by shop inmates and that the pris on commissary did not carry a big enough variety of items Til talk with the guard Pepersack told newsmen but Ive already done some check Cites areas of US accord WASHINGTON Jfi British Foreign Secretary Patrick Gordon Walker ending twodays of talks with US officials said Tuesday a broad identity of in terests between theh two allies has been established Gordon Walker gave that sum up to newsmen after a 45minute meeting with President Johnson at the White House Their meet ing is expected to pave the way for a postelection meeting be twecn Johnson and Harold Wil son the British Prime Minister ordon Walker out of Johnsons officewith Secretary of State Dean Rusk To news Route change would require 2nd hearing By ROBERT H SPIEGEL GlobeGazette Editor E Simpson division engineer of the US Bureau of Public Roads said here Tuesday tha an analysis of total transportation cost of the two proposed lines of Interstate 35 through North Iowa ABC strike forces delay getting on air NEW YORK AP Th American Broadcasting Co television network was about minutes late getting on the ai Tuesday morning because of strike of ushers worth taken 1 To be burned by officials HAMPTON cache of maujuana stacked and ready to be sold was seized in an unoccupied dwelling Tuesday The Iowa Narcotics Bureau Franklin County sheriffs office and Hampton police took part in the raid Police Chief Clarence said he got a tip the marijuana was in the building There was no immediate indi cation of the source of the mari juana or who put it in the build ing An investigation is continu ing The owner of the dwelling was cleared of any connection with the case Kothe fold the uesday afternoon that he first became aware of situation hrough an anonymous tele hone call Monday night The caller Kothe said told im there was some material drying on lines in a deserted muse on the southeast edge of lamptori which might be mari uana Kothe would not identify he caller Tuesday morning Kothe and a deputy sheriff went out to tho has been empty or several investi Rusk said that the talks were extraordinarily valuable between the two nations which lave common commitments to freedom Our interests run together We are off to a fine start Rusk said and added that the talks between B ri t i s h and American leaders will continue Cordon Walker said I can echo everything that the secre tary has said The talks were extremely valuable indeed We covered a very large field and have started with a broad identity of interests does not indicate super iority of either line Simpson said that the total transportation cost includes con struction and maintenance costs and road user benefits Careful evaluation of the in formation submitted leads Pub lic Roads to conclude that the total transportation cost for either line as studied is not suf ficiently conclusive to indicate way departments cost alysis I am hopeful that we can re solve the problems existing very soon said Simpson He noted that the Iowa High INTERSTATE Continued on Page 2 On the inside ing and cant to substantiate about him find thing the complaint He said however guard might be reassigned as much for his own safely as anything Theres no basis at all for the complaint about the office worker Pepcrsack added He said the employe does not han dle the kind of work involved in the complaint Clear Lake news 7 Editorials 20 Comics 21 Mason City news 2223 24 Transit timetable30 The talks here Gordon Walker stressed represent a continua tion of talks between two al lies about foreign policy mat tcrs on which we agree with one another WARNING ON ATESTS SYDNEY Australia MVDr Linus Pauling twice winner of the Nobel Prize claimed Tues day that two million people now living will die from cancer in duced by nuclear bomb tests superiority for either lino Simpson said in his state ment Then he made reference lo a statement last week by Rex M Whitton federal roads adminis rator to the effect that great r service will be rendered by lat line closest lo the popula ion center Whrtton told the GlobeGazette ast Friday that the Bureau of ublic Roads favors the pro posal made by Mason City which would route Inlerslale 35 near the Mason City Municipal Airport Whitton said the bureau could Chest needs a final push at i not on the basis of informa tion now submitted approve an earlier route proposed by the Iowa State Highway Commis sion engineers which would parallel U S 69 through North towa The Mason City Community Chest reached nearly 82 per cent of its goal by Tuesday morning standing at and still needing a final push to assure minimum needs for public service of the seven Mason City Red Feather agen cies The residential part of the drive was being closed out with practically all work by volun tecrs finished Anyone missed Simpson said that Ben Chal ficld Washington P C a high way engineer with the Bureau of Public Roads arrived in Ames Tuesday lo make a de tailed check of the Iowa high goal drive chairman Ed Nud lleman was urging all business lock volunteer workers to turn n their figures for tabulation About half of the business vo unteers have turned in thei pledge and donation reports in that part of the effort is be ing urged now to mail contribu tions to the Mason City Com munity Chest 9V4 E State With the drive approaching the point where every dollar counts in the final push to the The rest of the reports ar needed to assess the drive actual standing As returns continued to com into the Chest office a num bcr of new employe group were added to the honorroll gate They found the marijuana hanging like clothes on a line Kothe said Kothe then called the Iowa Narcotics Bureau and an agent from DCS Moines wai in Hampton by 11a m The marijuana was scheduled to be destroyed by Kothe and the deputy Tuesday night Kothe said this is the first case of marijuana in Hampton in the 25 years he has been associated with the Hampton police force Officials said that the of marijuana a plant that fre North Iowa news Sports news2524jquently is found growing wild Society news272S in Iowa will be destroyedby ire Try to calm Nikita unrest MOSCOW AP The Krem ns new leaders pressed tlbeir ampaign to restore nify in the European Comrau ist world in the aftermath of ikita Khrushchevs ouster The government newspaper zvcstia aimed an appeal at Soviet Unions East European allies warning in a frontpugs editorial that further economic progress in the bloc will require stronger unity those making quota for campaign Thsy are the ploycs of Ozark Air Lines I Wallace Holland Kastler SchmitT engineering firm First National Bank and Home In sulation Co If