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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 15, 1963, Mason City, Iowa Daily Tht atwspoptar that r CITY G Wflkti qil Nortli lowons v V Home Edition VOL 103 AuocUtod Prew and United Utenutioiul Full MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY OCTOBER 15 1W3 10c a paper of Two SectionsSection Aship batt He 213 Algiers claims victory Conflicting reports heard TKOM ALGIERS Algiers Radio claimed Tuesday that Algerian forces have recaptured two des ert outposts taken by Moroccan troops Monday The Algerians said Moroccan troops supported by t a n k s planes and heavy artillery swept up to 60 miles over border Monday in the area of HassiBeida and Tinjoub the outposts The Algerian government never officially admitted that the two places fell to the Moroccan invaders ButTues day the radio announcer said in a triumphant voice Our forces have cleared the invaders from HassiBeida arid Tinjoub The broadcast said the Mo roccan forces were bringing in heavy reinforcements It al legedthat some of the Moroc can troops were airlifted to the fighting area in planes piloted America airmen members of aUS military trainingde tachment with the Royal Mo roccan Air Force The clash occurred in an area 300 miles across the Atlas Mountains from Marrakech Morocco where Mrs John F Kennedy ispvisiting this week US Ambassador John H Fer not curtail Mrs stay which t is to lasff until Wednes day brTnursdayf The Algerians said that bitter fighting continued throughout Monday but Moroccan authori ties in Rabat said that all fight ing ended after theirtroops oc cupied the two outposts early in the day The Moroccans said there were no casualties Boyt Co ordered into bankruptcy FORT DODGE pro posed plan of the Boyt Co of Iowa Falls to refinance its obli gations was rejected by credi tors and the firm was1 ordered Monday to begin bankruptcy ac tion The firm manufactures leath er goods Itformerly operated in Des Moines John H Mitchell federal ref eree in bankruptcy ordered the start of bankruptcy proceedings after a hearing in Federal Court here Monday The rejected refinancing plan was part of a proposal by the firms officers Robert Boyt president and his broth er James to keep the company ir operation It ran into financial difficulties earlier this year Rock Island rail tactics are revealed CHICAGO iff Dissident stockholders of the Chicago Rock Island and Pacific Rail road renewed their fight to break up the pending Rock Is landUnion Pacific merger Sun day The group mailed a proxy so licitation its second to Rock Island shareholders and said a merger with the Chicago and North Western Railway would be more advantageous North Iowa Weather outlook Partly cloudy a few brief Jight showers er isolated thun derstorms Tuesday night and In east Wednesday Cooler Tuesday night lows in low 50s Cooler Wednesday highs rn low 70s Weather details on Page 2 PREVENTS FIRE matches away from a Buddhist nun as the nun at tempts to setherself fire after drenching herself with gasoline in Pagoda Park Seoul South Korea bhe made attempt to protest the governments al leged discrimination against married Buddhist monks By JACK LEFLER AP Business News Writer e industry has emerged with the aim of helping smokers quit sniokihg s With some medical authorities linking smokintr with cancer and other diseases the urge to quit smok ng has grown But doxically the sale of cig arettes has increased too The smoker who wants togive up the habit can find an increas ng number ofaids in book and drug stores where sales of ari ismoking products have grown nto a big business Book stores stock such vol umes as The Painless Way to Stop Smoking The Consumers Jnion Report on Smoking and he Public interest and Smo king and Health Drug stores sell such items to lelp stop smoking as an manufactured by M R Thompson Co C r a w f o r d NJ BanSmoke che w in g ium Thompson Medical Co Inc York Compan ia Corp Batavia III and INo bacco Approved Pharmaceuti cal Corp Syracuse ISfY Tobacco manufacturers report that sales pipe to bacco are increasingSome nied ical sources hold that smoking cigars and pipes is not as harm ful as cigarettes The vending machine industry is acting to make its wares less available to minors The ma chines are being moved from lo cations e as i 1 y accessible to youngsters r Cigarette advertising is being Namarathat technological prog specificallyaimed at adultsTo ress n bacco ads have been withdrawn from college publications In Buffalo NY one of the nations leading cancer research Roswell Park Memorial Institute is experimenting with a tobaccoless cigarette rtin t UA lllose i delve into the role if any of Enterprises engines nicotine inthe smoking habit T The institute recently start and experimental clinic for peo ple who want to quit smoking over several months is I y Case in favor of Aboats Ships have VIP backing y in Cong AP The Navy believes US atomic knowhow is moving ahead so rapidly that before long it wiU be dollarfoolish to build surface with fuel oil engines rather than nuclear power plants It is supported by the Atomic Energy Commission which in effect touched off the current dispute between the Defense Department and the Navy Many months ago it was learned AEG Chairman Glenn Seaborg suggested to Secretary of Defense Robert S McNama ra that nuclear power costs were comJng down and that the Pentagon should give thought to wider application of atomic power to surface vessels jThe Navy may have lost the first with powerful backing on Capitol Hill it may yet win the war Secretary of the Navy Fred Korths abrupt resignation an nounced Monday appears the tipoff that McNamara probably will deny theNavy permission to install nuclear engines in a new aircraft carrier for which Congress last year million voted Navy is not talking about the studies it made tok support ships5heavier tnan Jiut certain members of Con gress are aware of the Navy findings and the matter may come out on the public recorc ifhearings are held Cost is t pivotal factor both on the issue of the carriers fu ture as a weapon either conven tionally or atomicpowered and the longer range matter of build ing warships of various kinds with nuclear power plants The United States some years ago made a start on a nuclear surface fleet but the Pentagon hanged direction when costs jegan getting out of hand The 5000ton Enterprise worlds first and only nuclear carrier ran up a bill of million But Seaborg reported to ress had been so marked that our nuclear engines installed in he new carrier could furnish about as much poweras the eight reactors that propel the Enterprise He also said that the new type engines could use atomic fuel with more than double the life expectancy of those used in the Navy studies that followed The institute recently started noweti tnat the costs of install ing atomic power plants were dropping and are expected to TT i iv drop even more The nuclear en The smokers willbe given drugs gines also are expected to im K prove in output of power and in simplicity TRIP HOME BEGINS US service men lift one of the six flagcovered caskets of comrades frdhi a long flat bed truck as they begin task of trans ferring remains to a plane at Saigon South Viet Nam for shipment to the US These were six of the twelve US servicemen Skilled Oct 8 in the crash of two US Marine helicopters in South Viet Nam thevgreatest single loss of life for the US in the Viet Nam guer rilla war Bodies of the other victims will be sent home later r steps down 14 years at helm BONN Germany rad Adenauer bade farewell to the West German Parliament as chancellor Tuesday saying his dreamof a reunited Ger eluded the German Bundestag rises to you Mr Federal Chan cellor to announce thankfully to the German people Konrad Adenauer hai earned the gratitude of tin Fatherlandr M xjtjti E Jiui LUC man who had been West Ger manys only chancellor in the 14 years of rebuilding from the of World War II In dark coat and striped trousers he listened soberly to praise from Eugen Gerstenmaier president of the Bundestag Today Gerstenmaier Heinrich Luebke accepting th resignation of the 87yearol chancellor Then Adenauer spoke of th dream that never was realized the reunion of West German with Communist ruled Eas Germany A solution is not possible be Prisoners fail in try for top court appeal DES MOINES WTwo prising a false check and Edward oners at the State Penitentiary sentenced to life im vho acted as their ownattorprisonment for murder after neys failed Tuesday in attempts pleading guilty o get the Iowa Supreme Court o free them on writs of habeas corpus The prisoners are Joseph R NTelson sentenced to up to sev en years at Sigourney for writ SAME Quits after 709500 smokes EDITORS NOTE A month has gone by since AP staff writer Michael Keating and 59 other men attempted to quit smoking in an experimental clinic sponsored by Roswell Park Memorial Institute New York States cancerresearch center Here is Keatings third report By MICHAEL KEATING BUFFALO NY 15 years and 109500 cigarettes I have quit smoking So have 29 other of us taking part in an experimen tal stopsmoking clinic that bol sters will power with drugs and psychology The clinic has been under way for a month andl have not had a cigarette since it began De sire for one is almost negligible A month ago it dominated me Although clinic doctors are withholding final judgment on their work until six months have passed my mind is made Park Memorial In stitute has a technique that helps a smoker stop without too much1 of a wrench Of the 60 men who started in the clinic a month ago 30 no longer are smoking19 have re their smoking by at half one man has cut back less than half and 10 others dropped out When the clinic began Dr Charles A Ross the director said that if 50 per cent quit smoking for six months he consider the clinic a suc cess Besides will power the clinic employs the psychology of group action and two to substitute for nicotine the oth er to control appetite which often increases sharply in the absence of smoking Drugs were given for the first two weeks to 30 of the men The other 30 received imitations Neither the doctors nor the participants know who received the drugs This information is contained in a code that will not be broken until the six months have passed Ross thinks that at least some of the men quit without benefit of the which stimulates the nervous system as does nicotine Participants In the experiment report varying reactions Arnold Winer a 28yearold teacher says I havent had a cigarette since the clinic began and I havent missed them Donald R Denk 38 a lawyer who decided to quit smoking after suffering a perforated ul cer reports I stayed off about 10 days Then came a cocktail party and he flunked He is smoking about a pack a day half of his previous con sumption I have passed the cocktail test and the other tests drinking coffee facing tense situations arguing politics all without ben efit of cigarettes Farrant entered his plea and was sentenced in 1933 in Polk County District Court Last July 12 he asked Lee County Dis trict Court for a writ of habeas corpus claiming that his con stitutional rights had been vio lated He said he was denied due process of Jaw and adequate legal counsel The Lee County court denied the request and Farrant appealed to the Su preme Court In upholding the denial the high court said it appeared that Farrant had filed similar peti tions in Federal Court but failed to follow correct proce dure in that he did not attach the previous petitions and the reasons for deniel to his petition to the Supreme Court The high court said We can not do his research for him The Supreme Court noted that Farrant had been paroled to Il linois authorities and later re turned to prison as a parole violator Inside The Globe DILLON FIGHTS for tax reduction Page 2 REDUS PACT banning space weapons sealed Page 3 Clear Lake news 3 Editorials 4 Society news 89 North Iowa news 10 Sports news Latest markets 14 Mason City news 1415 Comics 16 Farm news 17 n office He will remain as act ng chancellor until the Bundes ag elects Ludwig Erhard the ice chancellor In a talk with reporters Mon ay Adenauer had disclosed he elt the goal of reuniting Ger many had been set back by varming relations between the Jnited States and the Soviet Union But in his speech to the Bun estag Adenauer emphasized lat it is only friendship with he United States and other ountries that gives Germans he right to expect that their ountry will one day be reuni ted Transit time table Classified pages 18 ween ourselves and our oppo nents alone he said but only vith the help of our friends and thank God we have friends in the world By meant the To hear Korth Nitze Want facts in Navy deal WASHINGTON AP Presi dent Kennedys appointment of a new Navy secretary may set off a chain reaction leading to congressional explosion over a tentative Pentagon decision to deny the Navy any more nuclear carriers When Paul H Nitze named Monday to succeed Fred Korthi comes before the Senate for con firmation it seems certain he will be asked for his views on the continuing controversy over whether carriers should bi phased out in favor of missiles and missilefiring submarines Korth who said he was re signing to attend to my press ing private affairs probably will be asked to explain if his decision had any connection with his apparently futile efforts to get a new nuclear carrier built Associates said his defeat in the nuclear power argument sped his decision to quit Some Congress members said they thought Korths action stemmed from the row over the controversial TFX warplane contract award and Sen Carl T Curtis RNeb said Korth vill be questioned again about t Cominumst regime for i million inhabitants Adenauer said that reunifica tion could be seen on the hori zon if Germans are watchful cautious and am convinced that it will come Adenauer said be cause unity cannot be denied to a people like the Germans when Kortb has told the Senate In vestigations subcommittee head ed by Sen1 John L McClellan DArki that a bank he former ly headed in Fort Worth Tex create it in hey want peace Adenauer has one more day a loan to the General Dynam ics Corp General i Dynamics was given the TFX contract by Secretary of Defense Robert S McNamara despite a claim by the Boeing Co that it could produce the TFX tactical fighter expert mental cheaper Kortti sup ported the award to General Dynamics Senate Everett Republican Ml Dirksen Leader said he thinks there will be no serious opposition to confirmation of Nitze who now is assistant sec retary of defense for interna tional affairs He was named to the post by Kennedy in 1961 The nomination of Nitze 55 will goto the Senate Armed Services Committee In announcing switch the White the Navy House dis closed that Korth wrote his res ignation last Fridayrthe same day he persuaded McNamara to reconsider a tentative decision against permitting the Navy to install nuclear power rather than conventional engines in new supercarrier Neighbors helping neighbors 80 percent of goal reported llason City Community Chest ollections Tuesday passed the 100000 mark and rose to 81 er cent of the needed or 1964 program continuation f the seven community agen ies relying on Chest funds There was turned in y workers Monday bringing he total to Of the mount newly reported a me from the residential can ass Employes of five more firms were added to the honor roll ot employe groups making their quotas The firms are First Na tional Bank Marigold Dairies Caseys Rexall Drug J E Siding Co and Kelroy and Plumbing Co Those tabulating the totals re ported that some 45 per cent of the contribution cards issued are still out Dr John MacGregor campaign chairman again asked that money collected be reported to the Chest office promptly by workers so that to tals can be as accurate as pos sible It was known that some em ploye contributions will not be made until later in the week because of pay periods How ever workers tabulating re ceipts believe that a good many of the pledge cards still out should be ready for reporting soon Volunteer chest w o r k e r s throughout the city have been doing an excellent job so far Dr MacGregor said ;