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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 18, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                V v Facing a busy slate New solons kept jumping By CHARLES W WALK North Iowa News Director Although the opening day of the 1965 session of the Iowa Legislature is more than seven weeks away a couple of new members of that body already have discovered there is more work involved than they dreamed Brought to this awareness only two weeks after their elec t i o n s have been Floy The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Home Edition VOL 104 MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER IS 1H4 UOe Paper Oontistt oj Four AMOcUttd PTCM Full No Off North Iowa already have more U S bases cut Delbert C e r r o Gordo C o u n tys new state senator from Thornton and R J Clapsad dle Mason City one of the countys two new state r e present atives Both men made several trips to Des Moines lining up living accommodations seeking secretarial help learning pro cedures and getting acquainted They agree several more trips will be necessary if they are to be ready for the Jan 11 open ing of the legislature Despite these costly and time consuming preparations both men are looking forward to their first terms in the legisla ture with a great deal of an ticipation Its like I told my wife Floy points out No matter what happens in the future our lives will never be the same The people we meet and the things in which we will get in volved will make sure of that The two Democrats got their first taste of such involvemenl last week when they attended a presession1 meeting of legis lators in Des Moines Mrs Olga Wolcott Rockwell Cerro Gordos other state rep resentative has been in Wash ington DC for the last week and did not attend the preses sion meeting Mrs Wolcott also is a Democrat Both men were impressed the caliber of people with whom they will be serving in the coming legislative session They looked like a good bunch to work with Floy said Clapsaddle agreed and added that it was comforting to know that there will be a few veteran legislators back to help us greenhorns Few is the proper word to use when talking about the re turning House members There will be only 37 22 Republicans and 15 Democrats incumbents Expel 2 in bizarre kidnap plot ROME WVThe Italian Foreign Ministry Wednesday ordered the immediate expulsion of two Egyptian diplomats caught try ing to ship a bound drugged prisoner to Cairo in a trunk la beled diplomatic mail Rome police said they had in formation the victim Moroc canborn Josef Dahan 30 had been a spy for the United Arab Republic some years ago and more recently for Israel The police said Dahan was an Israeli citizen The Israeli iEm bassy said it had no record of him Police said the diplomatic trunk had almost certainly been used before for human cargo The Foreign Ministry sent for the UAR ambassador to pro test and to order the expulsion of the two embassy first secre taries who tried to load the trunk aboard a UAR airliner bound for Cairo At the request of the Italian Foreign Affairs Ministry and ar dently desiring tomaintain the good relations existing between Italy and the United Arab Re public it has been decided that Selim Osman El Sayed and Ab del Moneim El Neklawy the two involved in the plot will leave Italy a statement said Dahan denied that he had spied for either of the two Mid dle East rivals police said A linguist with bleached blond hair he told police he had worked for a time as an inter preter at the UAR Embassy The locked trunk was halted at Romes Fiumicino Airport Tuesday night while it was being shipped as diplomatic mail Police arrested the two first secretaries who were with it but released them because they had diplomatic immunity The UAR Embassy itself in sisted it knew nothing about the Daham affair and put in a dis Nclaimer for the two UAR sec retaries The Embassy press officesaid in a statement that the Embassy was completely in the dark about the contents of the trunk It said El Saycd and El Nok lawy assure that the diplo matic trunk in question is not the same trunk shipped by the Embassy and that they did not try to react against public au thority No official of this Embassy was called to watch the opening KIDNAP Continued on Page 2 JOSEF DAHAN ABDEL NEKLAWY SELIM SAYED Puzzle growing in the Kremlin in the 124member House Of States the 87 n e w members 85 are AN AP News Analysis By WILLIAM L RYAN AP Special Correspondent The latest Soviet Communist shafceup piles puzzle upon puz zle as if internal conflicts were aggravated by Nikita Khru shchevs fall Some of the diffi culty mighteven be traced to Khrushchevs visit to the United Democrats cans and two Republi Of these legislative veterans he had a chance to talk with at Kremlin leaders seem to be divided into two camps One appears eager to naildown par ty authority over all phases of Soviet life the other to push the Des Moines meeting Clapahead with practical but bold saddle said Casey Loss DAI gona and John Duffy DDu buque impressed him the most among the House leaders An drew Frommelt Dubuque and George OMalley Des Moines were the two Democratic sen ators who impressed Floy Clapsaddle also said he is satisfied that Vince Steffen D New Hampton will do a good job as Speaker of the House The situation brought about by Stcffens election received far more publicity than it was worth Clapsaddle added Although it was easy to pick out the veteran legislators Clapsaddle said these oldtim ers didnt throw their weight aound at the meeting In fact he said they gave every indi cation of going out of their way to be helpful to the newcom ers The two North lowans agree that Gov Harold Hughes will have a great deal to say about the legislation brought before the 1965 session They also be lieve that such legislation will FOCUS Continued on Page 2 programs salvaging whatever might be usable from ideas de veloped in the Khrushchev era It has the look of a struggle be tween conservatives and liberal izers for the present at a stand off CLAPSADDLE FLOY North Weather outlook Increasing cally Wednesday night lows 1424 ThvrMMy cimiriy 20 to 31 per cwrt if In 30s feather The party Central Commit tees decision this week makes it appear that Khrushchev reached a pinnacle in 1961 gradually thereafter losing his grip in a clash between party anxiety about control and Khru shchevs impatience to start the USSR on the rocky road to ward catching up with the Unit ed States Many who watched Khru shchev in the United States five years ago judged him severely shaken by the affluent society His tinkering with Marxist doc trine increased noticeably thereafter finally provoking outraged conservatives into ac cusing him of heading toward capitalism Bureaucracy frustrated swift Soviet internal development Khrushchev seemed eager to do something about it He in creased the authority of the 15 republic governments of the USSR The program never really got off the ground The nation ran into severe shortages of grain milk and meat and vast waste in industrial output because 01 inferior goods At this point powerful Nikolai Podgorny a Ukrainian on the Presidium complained that labor discipline infarms and factories was lag ging Implicitly Podgorny blamed Khrushchevs policies as Khrushchevs fever to make the race with the United States ha pushed things too far too swift In December 1942 Khru shchev introduced another re form establishing separate par ty industrial and agricultura boards around the country tc concentrate party attention i these respective fields Disci pline was to be insured b of city and zonal units trong Ukrainian bloc headed y Podgorny even though hrushchevs own route to pow r was through the Ukraine In the new shakeup this week number of Ukrainians movec ip the ladder Podgorny ap iears to be close to the top un er First Secretary Leonid I irezhnev Khrushchevs succes or Brezhnev and the new pre mier Alexei NKosygin seem o be cautiously on the fence a he moment in the jockeying ver economic policy But many f the younger generation Com munists of the new manageria lass who rose under Khru hchev seem eager to pus head with the race to catch uj with the US economy esponsible to higher party or anizations which in turn an wered to Moscow Among those zeroing in on Krushchev may have been a Execution is put off NAIROBI Kenya ese rebel leader Christophe 3benye announced Wednesday he execution of American mis sionary Dr Paul Carlson has een postponed until Monday Stanleyville radio reported A broadcast by the rebel ra dio said Gbenye has sent a message to prime minister Jomo Kenyatta of Kenya to this effect but added that in the meantime it was up to Washing ton to find a suitable basis for negotiating over the prisoners held in the rebel stronghold It added that if no satisfac tory basis is found Carlson will be executed as scheduled Gbenye addressed his mes sage to Kenyatta who at the urging of the United States asked the rebel leader Tuesday to spare the life of Carlson for humanitarian reasons The United States also ap pealed directly to the Congo lese rebel leaders to protect Inside The Globe INJUN satellite to go ex ploring Page 16 Editorials 4 Society news 567 Comics H North Iowa news 16 Sports news 1920 Clear Lake news 2223 Latest markets 28 Mason City news 2829 Transit timetable 34 Classified pages 3435 Viet restaurant is bombed 18 hurt SAIGON South Viet Nam AP A terrorists bomb de molished a restaurant at the aigon airport Wednesday wounding 18 Americans and at east four Vietnamese One American Air Force offi cer was badly wounded He was Bitting outside the restaurant in a bus when concrete fragments smashed into it The other injured Americans were 11 US airmen three Army men and three civilians First reports indicated they were in the area of the restau rant not in the building and were only slightly wounded The explosion virtually lev eled the Air Viet Nam reslau Carlson and other Americans in I rebel territory and to permit their safe evacuation US Ambassador G McMur trie Godley directed the appea to rebel President Cristophe Gbenyes headquarters in Stan leyville where about 60 Ameri cans and nearly 800 Belgians are prisoners of war Godley presumably sent the appeal by radio or through an intermediary The United State does not have direct contac with the rebel capital 775 mile northeast of Leopoldville The United States said it holds the rebel authorities directly and personally responsible for the safety of Dr Carlson and of all American citizens in areas under your control As you know the message continued this government along with other nations has fully supported the unsuccessful efforts of the International Com mittee of the Red Cross and the OAU Organization of African Unity ad hoc commission to get your agreement to an ICRC humanitarian mission in Stan leyville and to arrangements to protect and evacuate innocent civilians We continue to stand ready to cooperate fully in such humanitarian efforts and to dis cuss arrangements through these organizations We are so advising the chairman of the OAU ad hoc commission Prime Minister Jomo Kenyatta of Kenya and urge you to commu nicate with him in this matter A broadcast from Stanleyville Tuesday gave the first indica tion that Carlson was still alive The rebels had announced early Monday that the 36year old doctor from Rolling Hills Calif had been convicted of espionage and sentenced to die at noon that day The broadcast Tuesday said that Gbenye met Monday with the US consul to discuss the question of prisoners of war and that rebel officials who defended Carlson at his trial were present A rebel radio mcssageon Oct 29 said the Americans and Bel gians in rebel territory would be held until the US and Belgian rant situated a few buildings from hangars containing US Air Force jets halted their mili Premier Moise Tshombcs government in Leo poldville FITTED FOR A customs police found a man bound in this fourfootlong trunk just before it was put aboard an United Arab Republic airliner bound for Cairo The trunk was lined with leather had shoes nailed down to hold his feet a small stool a helmet to hold his head and metal clamps for his neck and ankles The man in the trunk said he had been kid naped from a Rome cafe jet is downed over Loos May rescue pilot WASHINGTON AP US FlOO jet fighter which was escorting a recon Ajpcrsonncl and I Laos McNamara equipment into naissance plane over Laos hastfercnce that told the a news con incident oc been shot down Rescue opcralcurrccl about midnight EST in tions for the pilot are under tnc panhandle part of Laos in as the Ion way Secretary of Defense Rob ert S McNamara announced Wednesday The fighter was one of two aircraft escorting a RF101 photo reconnaissance plane in opera tions similar to those begun last summer at the request of the Laotian government to detect infiltration of North Vietnamese the south central section One of the two escorting jets was hit by gunfire from the ground McNamara said the escort air craft then opened fire on the installation from which the gun fire came Referring to the reconnais sance flights which started last May McNamara said missions will continue as required In answer to a question M Namara said there is som evidence that Red Vietnames jinfiltration activity has in Icrcascd with the advance of th dry season in Laos Body is soft mind weak Year in jail takes toll on Ruby DALLAS Tex AP A year behind bars has taken a heavy toll on Jack Ruby The once wellgroomed well exercised night club operator now is a sloppy befuddled man who apparently suffers from delusions of persecution He is confined to a blockedoff section of a hallway inside the Dallas County Jail a stones throw from where President Kennedy was assassinated last Nov 22 Ruby has been in jail since Nov 24 when he shot Lee Har vey Oswald the assassin of the President Since Marrh u ho has been under the death sen tence imposed by a jury which found him guilty of murder with malice Rubys lawyers hope to win a reversal of this verdict when they argue before the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals in Austin sometime next spring will contend among oth er things that local conditions made it impossible for Ruby to get a fair trial in Dallas and that testimony from certain police officers which tended to show malice on Rubys part should have been ruled inadmis sible A succession of attorneys have joined and left the Ruby defense team since Mclvin Belli was dismissed after IhcUrial At present Phil Burleson of Dallas and Joe Tonahill of Jasper Tex are the attorneys of record in the case with Sol Dann of Detroit apparently act ing in a consultant capacity for the Ruby family Tonahill said Ruby might be a free man in a year if the Austin court reverses the case If the appellate court sup ports us on the issue of inadmis sible police testimony he said then the element of mal ice will be gone from the case Murder without malice means two to five years and consid JACK RUBY Un McNamara said he had n further details including in formation on whether the pilo of the downed plane had bee rescued because he had re ccivcd the preliminary informa tion only a few minutes befor he came to the news conference To discuss 135 route in December Harry Bradley Jr chairma of the Iowa Highway Commi sion said Wednesday that th commission will discuss th route of Interstate 35 throug North Iowa in December The commission meets th first and third Wednesdays each month Bradley said a US Burea nt Public Roads report on th matter didnt arrive until Mon day which didnt permit enough time for study by commission members prior to Wednesdays meeting in Ames The report deals with the Ma son City proposal for routing the interstate highway between Mason City and Clear Lake rather than on the Highway 69 route proposed originally Wont affect defense To save million yearly WASHINGTON AP Sec etary of Defense Robert S amara announced Wednes ay 95 more military bases will e eliminated These include omc naval shipyards McNamara told a news con erence the bases affected by he new cutback will be an ounced Thursday He declined o identify any of them at this me He said the cutbacks will bo based out over a period of ears and will save about million a year without dcgrad ng our military capabilities In addition to shipyards Me Samara said air bases army ascs and other facilities will be affected some small and ome quite large The latest batch of base clos ngs comes on top of 574 previ ous actions to close or reduce nstallations considered surplus The earlier moves date back o March 1961 When they and iie culs announced Wednesday are completed total annual sav ings of more than billion a year are expected to be real ized McNamara said the 95 to be announced Thursday are in 33 states A total of 63000 job positions both military and civilian will be eliminated and a total of 377000 600 square mics of land will be turned back for private state and local government use McNamara said The defense secretary ac knowledged that the latest ac ions will be regarded by some as bad news because a signif cant military payroll is being akcn away from a particular community Yet J suggestthat there is Iso good news in these an nouncements not only for the axpaycr and the citizens who are concerned about efficiency and economy in government jut specifically for thecitizens of many of the affected commu nities McNamara said The facilities to be closed ha said will now be made avail able o be put to their best use and if returned to private own ership they will make a sub stantial contribution to local tax rolls He pledged that the Defense Department and the government will help the affected commu nities find new and better uses for the facilities We will also protect the indi vidual employes who are affect ed by these moves McNamara said He promised to guarantee a job opportunity for every career employe whose job is eliminat ed 7monthold OConnor tot is found dead Cathy Ann OConnor 7month old daughter of Mr and Mrs Jack OConnor 323 19th SE ap parently smothered in her crib Wednesday morning while her mother was hanging up clothes When the mother returned from outdoors she found the child had become wedged be tween slats in the crib with her face against the mattress Snclls ambulance was called about am and attend ants attempted resuscitation un til a physician arrived An autopsy was being per formed The HoganMcKce Co lonial Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements   

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