Mason City Globe Gazette, November 12, 1961

Mason City Globe Gazette

November 12, 1961

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 12, 1961, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Th CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 100 newspaper that mak Associated Pms United Press Fnternationa Full Lease Wires e s all North I o w a n s MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY NOVEMBER 13 1961 neighbors 7c i Paper Consists of Two SectionsSection No Seek Atalks resumption MOSCOW States and The United Britain Monday to the Foreign Office i Possibility nuclear test ban treaty gm LailV uu a I1U4iear me Kussianswill accept the of The resumption was proposed viet delegate The Gencva talks were re insimilar notesdelivered byitions Vaferian Zorin seemed aftcr tte Soviet Union uioroke the moratorium on nucle ar testing Sept 1 Since then the Russians have cxploried more than 30 nuclear devices and have indicated they are prepared to go on testing if need be One Man Opi nion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGaxerte Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO U3U01 prn Sud K1UO Decorah Ulfll pm Sun W01 Ames 1ucs QuincX pm Tburs Iowa City Q10 am Sat American vs Soviet science fHOMAS ALVA EDISON WAS a wise man along with being The British and the Ameri cans reminded the Russians in their notes that a resolution passed by the General Assem bly Nov 8 called for a resump tion of the nuclear test ban talks The note also reminded the Soviet Union that the joint Soi GREAT DAY AJ TWW XT vicl British and American pfnt n n v MORNING Nineyearold communique which announced P f UuUeVoire almost flies to keep up with his the recess of the Geneva talks Sieat Dane Goldie ill a Milwaukee park as the two did in fact use the word re celebrate an unexpectedly warm November dav over The notes said that if the date Nov 28 did not suit the So viet Union Britain and the United Slates would be willin Ji AP Photofax ENVOY DIES Anthony D consider another date but it Drczel Biddlc 61 US ambas jwould have to be a date which sador to Spain and a member of would permit a progress report one of this countrys great fami to the United Nations before lies died Monday as theresult Dec 14 The General Assembly What he said as well as what he did has left a lasting impres sion on America In fact we could well have given greater one of historys greatest invent 7 as lhe rcsult UCC The Gcncral Assembly orsperhaps THE neatest i S canccrHe was ambasresolution called forsuch a rc 01 Norway and Poland in jport by that date Eisenhower administration i The Geneva talks continued for almost three years hecd than we have to the words of this great genius Back in 1926 Edison made this significant statement It has been charged that we of the United States have be come machineridden people that we are developing along linestoo completely mechanical The very reverse is the truth Were not mechanical enough Portuguese ballot boycott is failure ment was reached on tions of a draft treaty but the Russians refused to accept the LISBON Portugal tf prej Western plan for a treaty en mier Antonio Salazars governforcsd by international policing ment reported Monday that an opposition boycott of Sundays a n eparty legislative election failed Government spokesmen said that with the Portugal ballots in all AP Photofax the weekend A cold wave signifying the advent of winter spread across the Midwest on Monday how d Ci Sports shop owner victim Greene man slain by wife n T arrangements Since thebreakdown of the Geneva talks the United States followed the Soviet lead and re sumed nuclear testing under GREENE George Martin Shorman 54 was fatally shot by his wife Myrtle 44 during a do mestic quarrel early Mon day Butler County Sher iff Pete E Boomgarden said The shooting occurred at the Shorman house here about a m Shorman operated the Shorman Sports Shop here Boomgarden said Shor man was shot in the leg with a 410 gauge shot gun A doctor was called by Glade Heiko brother of Mrs S h o r m a n who roomed in the home Shorman was taken by ambulance to the Charles City Hospital where he was pronounced dead on arrival Death was caused by shock and loss of blood The sheriff said he had not learned what started ciouwn the argument between the couple parents of two married children The investigation is continuing Boomgarden said Mrs Shorman was not taken into custody and no charge has been filed as yet The Russians touched off o the he Natlll uSon Flew to Mason City Hunting mishap kills Cedar Rapids pilot A commercial pilot who had flown a party to Mason City for the first day of the pheasant hunting season was killed in a hunting accident He was Dean hand processes Not through fewer but through more maj chines not through simpler but through more complex machines will men find avenues that lead into lives of greater opportunity and happiness Not so long ago Dr John Turkevich Eugene Higgins pro fessor of chemistry at Prince ton gave the address at the an nual Thomas A Edison Founda tion dinner in New York In memory of the great inventor he deemed it appropriate to make an assessment of the state of American science in compari son with that of our competitor the Soviet Union All over the world includ ing the USSR he said the name of Thomas Edison is as1 sociatcd with American pcrscinarcl vcrcnce and ingenuity He rep resents America of a half cen tury ago searching to apply the laws of nature to a new sociely in a growing land We all know how the inventive skill of Thom as Edison was developed to practical fruition how daily tasks and pleasures of many were increased Capital of a productive country found new areas of private enterprise La bor found cleaner and healthier employment We are still on theJ Marie Ritter 7 daughter of Mr icurran mrt scientific and technological cxjand Mrs Wallace Ritter southsides piosion that Thomas Edisonjwest of Charles City was helped to detonate jly shot Sunday by one of tlieit scries of nc tcstsincluding one of a million tons Co of Cedar Rapids had flown a group of fellow employes here Saturday morning and was hunt ing with them and three Mason Cityans soon after l pm when T m 11 AWMH dUUIL L Terwilhgcr 40 Cedar Ranhe was shot i Terwilligcr pilot for the Bar There were 11 men and two d Leas Manufacturing crossing a partly picked Pnrnf i cvJ K Charles City girl 7 fatally shot CHARLES CITY Carolyn cornfield on the Bisgrove In dianlicad farm three miles cast of Mason City when a pheasant rose and flew over their heads Three shots were fired one of them striking Terwilligcr in the head according to Dr Ralph Smiley acting medical examin er He said Tcrwilliger lived about 15 minutes but died just as the ambulance arrived The Mason Cityans in the group were Jay Sbcral and Ben accdcnt The Princeton educator pointed out that the role of sci Thp hve i cnce is dominant in the future D WV County medical cx S3id had nolnoenj which fired the fatal part of its defensive might eco nomic productivity social well being intellectual activity and j wife and four young children Ventura Lake men wounded a shajt student in firstiic m fair condition at a Mason en L City Hospital this speaker stiH further Contrary to what many of being shot in in a hunting acci stx of he u 1 11 vi xiudtuiaie u o n c e ri 11 n nitr have thought about our grealiChurch here Wednesday at vvhcn he struck uy progress Prof Turkclam The Rt Rev Tnhnsholgun pellets Dcpuly vich startles us with the staicij Smith will officiate il WOS dotcrmincfl shot camc of Meier ment that as not c ua t that as a nation we have will he in Calvary camc from onc of Mciers been sufficiently imaginawith Mauser Funeral Home S Patly anolhcr hunlin8 m rnahyino IVir iuntidi tiomc in nnrlv in Vrn one charge in the same area Born Orf s iQi Richard KochC1eaf Lake Sat u a at required surgery to remove 01 she is survived by her a buck shot from his live in realizing the possibilities that sccincc offers Unfortunately he said we 1Ki a OUCK snoi trom his unncr lin cannot be leisurely in this three brothers Davidjwhcre he was shot in a hSntinS erandpariacddciu The incident hUntng cicty For the rival Soviet Syscnls Lco r jMarccIl Ritter Turn to Page 2 Please Mrs four miles south of Clear Lake Ionia i v Charles Citywhen Koch was slandinc in a and Norman Felt Ionia idiich beside the oad North Iowa Partly cloudy Mon day night and Tuesday Cold cr Monday night lows 2328 Highs Tuesday near 40 Iowa Partly cloudy and colder Monday night lows near 20 northwest to near 32 southeast Generally fair Tuesday highs near 40 Further outlook Partly cloudy and warmer Wednesday FiveDay Iowa Temperatures during the next five days Tuesday through Saturday will average 2 to 4 degrees be low normal Rather cold at the beginning of the period with a warming trend toward the end of the week Normal lows will be in the 20s Normal highs will be in the 40s Rain fall will average 10 of an inch or less in northern Iowa in creasing to 10 to 30 of an inch in southern Iowa Minnesota Fair and cold Highs Tuesday around 40 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Monday Maximum 54 Minimum 33 Precipitation Trace Sunrise Sunset 452 YEAR AGO Maximum 55 Minimvim 26 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Sunday Maximum eg Minimum 37 On the inside Fallout Feature Page 3 Editorials 4 News Quiz 5 Comics 7 News 39 Sports 1112 Latest Markets 14 Mason City News1415 Clear Lake News 16 Transit Schedule N North Iowa News 20 RAYBURN RALLIES BONHAM Tex House Speaker Sam Rayburn who sank so low Saturday his doctor thought death w a s imminent was better Inil still critical Mon day Rayburn 79 has cancer ews in a utsheN FROM OUK WIUE SERVICES NATO beefup PARIS Allied su preme commander Gen Lauris Norstad said that by Jan 1 the effective ness of t h e North At lantic Treaty Organiza tion forces in central Eu rope will have been in creased by more than 25 per cent since the begin ning of the Berlin crisis Hunting toll The annual Minnesota deer hunting season took a heavy human toll on the opening weekend Three hunters were fatally wounded on opening day and another Sunday Two died from heart attacks 7 Yanks die SEOUL American soldiers were killed when a U S Army H21 helicopter crashed into a rice paddy near Osan Air Force Base Spy chief out Alexan der Shelepin the Soviet secret police chief has been relieved of his post the official news agency Tass said He has been replaced by Vladimir Se michastny Walker to run SAN DIEGO A com mittee protesting ship ment of jet planes to Yugoslavia has started a move to persuade former Gen Edwin Walker to run for the presidency in 1064 Walker quit the ll Yank militarymen converge on Saigon SAIGON South Viet Nam w Four US Air Force F101 reconnaissance jets arc credited by reliable informants wi h h powerful assist to South Viet Nam as scouts in i ta aBiinil r in Red rebels lls wai weeding out what Prentis called South Vietnamese sources say the jets which havo been crating from Saigons Internationa Airporl for three woc flying missions to pinpoint photographically the secret staging areas and movements troops rJ v g y detailecl picturcs takcn bv the jet ide South V o ua guide South Vietnamese fighterbombers guarded and sometimes inaccessible installa tions The reports coincided with the arrival of the US Pacific Fleet commander Adm John M Sides for a oneday visit A large num ber of highranking Air Force and Marine officers also have been ar riving in Saigon for several days All say officially that their visits arc part of Southeast Asia tours for routine indoctrination Saigon newspapers have been telling of a scries of successful raids by government warplancs on rebel boats buildings and troop units The United Stales provided the planes and the US Air Force has built up an extensive supply and training operation for South Viet namese airmen and ground crews However a US Embassy offi cial played clown the role of the FlOls He said they came here Oct 22 for exhibition during the celebration of South Viet Nams Nation Day Oct celebration which was canceled long in ad remained just to log some flying time Blanket of white covers part of Iowa Many lowans awakened Monday to find the first snowfall of the season settled over the landscape However the amount was light 1man tax unit favored Erbe gives his views DES MOINES OP Gov Nor man Erbe said Monday he fav ors a oneman state tax com mission directly responsible to the governor But the Republican governor said he is undecided whether to recommend such a change to the Iowa Legislature I would just as soon have responsibility for the Tax Com mission because it is such an important state agency Erbe told a news conference I cannot be responsible for the actions of the present tax commission although L am fry ing to work with the commis sion through persuasion and other means to get the job done he added The commission now is com posed of three members ap pointed by the governor for six year terms They arc Chairman Andrew George Waterloo Republican lohn OConnor Str a w b e r r y Point Democrat and X T Prcntis Mount Ayr Republican Both George and OConnor were appointed by former Democratic Gov Hcrschel Love ess Prentis was named by Erbe early this year Erbe said it was difficult for he governor to carry out his views and programs because of carryovers on various state agencies from the previous ad ministration The governor is inevitably charged with these different agencies Erbe said But be cause of staggered terms of members these commissions boards and agencies do not necessarily reflect the gover nors views because he might only have minority control Erbe said there was no con troversy between his office and the tax commission Last Saturday Prcntis form er state senator charged that he commission was a dump ing ground for inability and in efficiency lie said he was get ting little cooperation from tho undesirable employes and collecting on a backlog of de commission accounts dont want to be a part of of the Communist Viet don1 to be a part of V1LI any controversy with the tax there is no e e pots strikes aci S controvers5 as far as I am con iKes against wellce SAME DAT6WOS23 corned Erbe said But he said that he as well as the three tax commissioners are concerned and disturbed about the backlog of commis sion accounts in the sales use and income taxes LAWMAKER DIES DETROIT w RCp Louis C Rabaut who served 13 terms i3 Democratic member of Con gress from Michigan died Sun day of a heart attack while at tending a testimonial dinner Go is raise money For the good of the party WASHINGTON UPI The Republican National Committee has reported pyramiding suc cess with its new muttraising wrinkle now under way in 48 states Mrs 0 Blake Willcox execu tive director for the project called pyramiding said 20 000 dollar bills have been sent out to GOP women workers The women use the dollars any way they wish to swell the party treasury The national committee is of fering trips for two to Alaska The snowfall covered the west ern and central areas of the state Mason City escaped however The apid change also brought rolcler weather and a sharp de the most successful money rnisers Mary M Costa Honolulu re ported I charged 50 cents per to air his views on anti comrminism He was ac cused by t h e Army of j J T 1 ir i nl mild days for person Danish phant sale and cloudy one electric tic his troops in Europe j most of the north and central por 11 ions of the stale he committee Mrs Clemens Nelson Welch Minn fed breakfast for eight days to archeologists from St Paul Science Museum studying Indian mounds in front of her house Also spent onc day judging a Fourth of July fair Here are the she said Mrs Ralph Cunningham had an objective other than raising money in mind Rented my re ducing machine and gave a Metrecal luncheon she said reporting a pyramid of Some pyramiding efforts were not so successful Mrs Alvan G Hinkley Port Edwards Wis wrote Went to an auction and bought the only selling for under a dollar four white rabbits Planned to sell and resell them but couldnt face the future Here is Maggie Graham Oklahoma City Okla wrote At age I am jnable to think of a way to pyramid the dollar but I have walked to town saving a bus fare of 20 cents and 20 such trips pay ;

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