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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 7, 1963, Mason City, Iowa The Newspaper ewfpaper that mokes all North lowans neighbors Home Edition VOL 103 AMOclated and United Presi Inltrnatlonal Full MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY NOVEMBER 7 1943 10c Paper Corwlsts of Two One No 233 after 2 weeks in German mine BROISTEDT Germany Eleven men were rescued Thurs day from a floodediron mine two weeks after they were en tombed and given up for dead A huge drilling rig broke through early Thursday to the gallery 183 feet below the sur face where they had taken ref uge when disaster struck Oct 24 The shaft was quickly rein forced by steel tuning and one by one the bearded haggard men were brought to the sur face in a bombshaped rescue capsule They were located Sunday and since then had been sup plied with food through a shaft less than two inches in diam eter Heinz Kull 51 was the first miner to reach the surface As he was taken from the rescue capsule a hush fell over crowds kept at a distance of about 30 yards from the shaft In the crowd were members of the mens families whohad kept the long watch since the electrifying news came five days ago that these 11 men were alive Many wept Millions watched thislast act LOWER workers at BMstedt Germany prepare to lower one of the rescuers in torpedolikecapsule down through a shaft to under ground pocket where 11 miners have been trapped for two weeks shaft broke through into the cavern183 feet below the surface The first of the 11 men 51yearold Heinz Hull was brought to the surface shortly after noon The others followed Prison boss DBS Ray Purcell offered to resign during the height of the riot at the Mens Reformatory last week Gov Harold Hughes said Thursday The governor told a news con ference that Purcell had driven to DesMpines last Thursday morning and met with the State Board of Control where he of fered his resignation While Purcell was here in mates at the reformatory cre ated the disturbance which caused more than dam age The governor said board did not accept Purceils resig nation and gave him full author ity to handle the disturbance a hevsaw fit on his return to the institution Thursday evening Hughes said he was not sure Mrs Smith i may enter primaries WASHINGTON AP Sen Margaret Chase Smith isseri ously considering entering some presidential primaries to offer Republicans a third choice in the selection of their 1964 nom inee The whitehaired Maine Re publican who has served in the Senate since 1949 after nine years in the House is expected to announce ina speech before the Womens National Press Club here Dec 5 whether she will become an active candi date Although politicians generally doubt tiiat the electorate yet is conditioned to the idea of a woman as president Mrs Smiths friends think that if she made a good showing in some of the primaries she would be in a strong position as a potential vice presidential nominee Mrs Smith has taken a mid dle course between the view points of New York Gov Nelson A Rockefeller and Sen Barry Goldwater RAriz the leading possibilities for the GOP presi dential nomination North lowo Weather outlook Partly cloudy and locally warmer Thursday night lows In the 40s Mostly cloudy Fri day highs in Msi Chance few showers late Friday Weather on Pago 2 of the mine drama on West Ger man television All the miners were placed on a stretcher and carried to a nearby mobile clinic There teams of Red Cross physicians examined them The survivors were offered their first real cof fee hi two weeks and sandwich es B After happy reunions with their families the men were taken by ambulances to hospi tals for further examination The men wee brought up in order determined beforehand apparently based on their age and physical condition The oldest mirier Fritz Baer 53 was the second to be brought up in the rescue capsule One of the 11 is not a miner Adolf Herbst the only bachelor is an electrician who was in stalling equipment in the mine when it was flooded Whenthe last man was up a siren blew signaling the end of the operation The breakthrough to the 11 oc curred a few minutes after 6 am midnight There were 129 men working in the mine last month when a Red Nik hints China rift might end MOSCOW Pre mierNikita Khrushchev Thurs day told the west not to gloat about ChineseSoviet differences because I am sure thatwe will come to an agreement sooner Or later Khrushchev made his predic tion of a solution to the fester ing ideological dispute the Peking camp at a gala revolu tionary anniversary reception in the Kremlin He alsotook the occasion to lash out atUS Cu ban policy and predict that the Soviet Union wouldpass AmeV ica economically in seven years Among the 2000 guests at the twoandahalfhpvir ceremony iii the glittering of con gresses were foreign diplomats andalmost a score of American business executives who were toasted specially by Khrushchev But the premiers remarks in the reservoir dam broke and flood ed the works In the first 24 hours 86 men managed to save themselves or were rescued A week later three others were saved by drilling a shaft to an air pocket where they had crawled to es cape the flood water Thursdays rescue brings the total saved to 100 The remain ing 29 are given up as dead The operations here were similar to the rescue of miners Henry Throne and David Fellin who were trapped for 14 days in a coal mine near Hazleton Pa after a cavein last August new rocket offer to resign and that ka re port of therfeformatory disturb ance made by the Board of Con trol did not clarify the situation Thereport was given to the governor Wednesday Hughes said he refused to accept it and has sent it back tothe board for further information Hughes said one of the rea sons he would not accept the re port was that itdid not clarify the reasons for Purcelis offer to resign The report also was vague about other points on which Hughes said he had asked for information I dont think Purcell was asked to resign Hughes said but thats one of the things I wantto find out I have not yet talked to Purcell but I un doubtedly will Hughes said he did not be lieve inmates at the reforma tory rioted in protest to Pur cells leaving as warden Tm sure the prisoners didnt know he wasgoing to offer to resign I dont think his offer to resign had anything to do witiv the disturbance Hughes said The governor said he believes the Board of Control will be able to complete the report to his satisfaction When they answermy addi tional questions Im sure the matter will be cleared up he said Indict two in spy case WASHINGTON A Federal Grand Jury has in dicted two men arrested last week as spies for Russia on charges of conspiring to trans mit information to the Soviets about the command and con trol system of the Strategic Air Command the government an nounced Thursday The Justice Department said John William Butenko 38 an electrical engineer from Orange NJ and Igor A than honeyed Ayhen they re ferred to the United States And he had a father stiff ex change with US Ambassador jFoy Kohler with the recent Berlin convoy inci dents in mind told the Soviet premier it was a fine party but where is thespirit of Mos cow that you talk about The reception climaxed a day of festivities and throughout the Soviet Union and fea show of military muscles and missiles in a Red Square parade The Soviet premier ait his Kremlin reception rang a bell and started off what looked like a friendly toast to the Ameri cans present but which swerved suddenly into the Soviet Unions differences with Red China Inside The Globe MORE BLOCKADES ex pected by Western pow ers Page 2 VIET NAM question still in doubt Page 3 DRINKING increases aft er slow year Page 15 Editorials 4 Society news 4789 North Iowa news 10 Sports news 1H2 Latest markets 14 Mason City news 1415 Comics 14 Clear Lake news 17 Transit timetable 18 Classified pages 1819 Cub Gazette 20 MISSILESONTHEMARCHThe sbVie Union markthe 46tHanniversary of the Bolshevik Revolu tion Tass the Soviet news agency hinted that some of the weapons were antimissile missiles twostage attack weapons This photo is from Tass ALBANY NY Nelson A Rockefeller formally announced his candidacy for the Republican nomination for president Thursday and said he would enter the New Hampshire and other presidential prefer ence between now and the Republican National convention next July I have reached this decision because I believe that vital principles are at stake in the n ex t presidential election Rockefeller said in a statement to a gathering of newsmen at the state capitol Rockefeller said These principles and the pol icies to best support them must be broughJLbefore the American people and the delegates to the Republican National Convention for their thoughtful considera tion Rockefeller renewed his charge that the national admin istration of Democratic Presi dent Kennedy had failed to un derstand and meet the menace of international collumism to stimulate the economy and to strengthen the unity of the free world Rockefeller did not refer in his brief statement to his role as the underdog in what has been the undeclared contest for the nomination Nor did he refer to his di vorce and remarriage which Industry awaits vote court test lave been largely blamed for ais currently poor standing in polls on the nomination Rockefeller proposed that Sen Barry Goldwater of Ari zona and other potential candi dates also enter the New Hamp ihire primary is niysincere hope that other candidates Will make use of the primary so that all of heir views will be clearly he said The New Hampshire pri mary presents an excellent op portunity to do so forthrightly and undiluted by fencestrad dling or doubletalk of any kind Rockefeller who did not men ion Goldwater by name has been challenging the Arizona senator to join him in a series of debates to determine what positions the Republican party should take on major issues Goldwater has refused on grounds of party unity The governor arranged to Probe theft of dynamite CHARLES CITYFloyd Coun ty Sheriff L L Lane Thursday 6 ttuu lgol was investigating the theft of lyanov 33 a chauffeur for a five cases of dynamite and 10 Russian firm in New York sacks of Niolte a commercial were named in a threecountJQKplosive compound in pellet indictment It was returned in form The theft was reported to US District Court at Newark NJ him Wednesday by the Todd Quarry hear Nashua MOUNT PLEASANT no legal or other flaws are found in Iowas new municipal rev enue bond law Mount Pleasant will get a new manufacturing industry housed in a plant Vega Industries Inc of Syra cuse NY agreed on the fi nancing arrangement to build the plant in an announcement made here Wednesday This is the first use of the 1963 law under which the legislature allowed cities and towns to is sue revenue bonds for attracting and developing industry Two hurdles remain to be cleared 1 City voters must agree to issue the bonds to pay for the building Vega Industries would pay off the bonds in principal and interest over a period of 15 years 2 To make certain that there is no legal slipup the legality of the revenue bond law will be tested in District Court and the Ohio Supreme Court For Mount Pleasant it means the start of a new industry that will open up 75 new jobs in the first three months operation For other municipalities in Iowa it means they also can use the law provided it is upheld in the courts Vega Industries is a national ly known fabricator of metal products for home and indus trial construction It has plants in five states Officials of the company the Henry Count Development Corp and the Iowa Development Commission joined in announc ing plans for the plant here Vega officials also met with the City Council Wednesday night and asked that an election on the issuance of the bonds be called It is expected to be held next month Vega President David H Jac quith said the company was in terested in coming to Mount Pleasant and might have done so anyway but the revenue bond method of financing was the important consideration However he said that if the bond issue is defeated by the voters the company will no longer be interested NELSON ROCKEFELLER leave for New Hampshire im mediately after his announce ment Rockefeller who has sought in months to associate Goldwater with extremism said he was certain Republican con vention delegates would wirte a platform and select a candi date consistent with the basic principles of the Republican party and the realities of the world in which we live He began reading his pre pared statement without any preliminary comment He con cluded the reading with a Thank you and swept out of the room before newsmen could buttonhole him for questioning The announcement was tele vised live on a national network NBCs Today The New Hampshire primary March 10 will be the first in the nation Rockefeller manifested inter Victim of shooting in fair shape CEDAR RAPIDS AP Au gust Holmquist 15 a high school athlete who was para lyzed from the waistdown aft er a shot him in th back was listed in fair condi tion Thursday Authorities said that the al leged assailant Randy Bruce Schultz 16 told them he did no remember anything about the Shooting Tuesday morning in the locker room of Jefferson High School Linn County Atty Jack Fulton said unspecified charges proba bly will be filed Fulton questioned Schultz Wednesday after the boy cam out of shock at a hospital Holmquist sophomore quar terback on the school footbal team was taken off the critica list Three bullets were firec into his back One of them sev ered his spinal cord Fulton said Schultz related that Holmquist had been push ing him around for some time Officers said they learned the two had an argument in the school swimming pool a week ago LATE TRAIN TRIESTE Italy Par isTrieste Express arrived 90 nomination in doned 1959 but aban ing a formal announcement Would defend Russia Missile interceptor MOSCOW Union marked the 6th anniver sary of the Bolshevik Revolu tion Thursday by parading through Red Square a rocket which Moscow Radio and Tass indicated was an antimissile missile It was a twostage rocket about 50 feet long smaller than the ground attack rockets dis played but bigger than any of the other groundtoair rockets hauled through the square This rocket said Moscow Radio has great military pos sibilities and can Attain hits on all means of air arid space at tack Tass the Soviet news agency reported At recent exercises these longrange antiaircraft rockets proved capable of hitting any uptodate air space attack weapons A US Defense Department spokesman told the Senate For eign Relations Committee in Au gust the Pentagon is convinced hat American efforts to devel op defenses against interconti nental ballistic missiles are comparable in magnitude and success with those of the Sovi Dr Harold Brown director of defense research and engineer ing for the Defense Depart ment told the committee the critical factor was development of a system that could detect approaching missiles soon enough discriminate between decoys and warheads handle large volumes of traffic and hit and kill the targets In contrast to this view Dr Edward Teller nuclear physi cist known as the father of the hydrogen bomb told the com mittee he believes the Rus sians have acquired the knowl edge needed for an antiballis tic missile system The new Soviet rocket was shown after Marshal Ridiou Y Malinovsky the Soviet defense minister said in his annual ad dress from atop Lenins tomb that the Soviet forces are equipped with the latest tech niqjtes to deliver a crushing blow to any attack But Malinovskyp speech which he has madeevery year since he became defense minis ter in 1957 seemed less belli cose than usual The demonstration of mill tary hardware lasted 10 min utes about the usual length of displays Moscow Radio and Tass commentators said some of the rockets hauled through the square were jun ior sisters to those which helped launch sputniks and space ships est in winning the presidential minutes late Wednesday night lightning Struck the lo replaced but nobody was hurt V SAME DATEW25M ;