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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 4, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North1 Iowas Daily Newspaper Wr VOL100 Pres Pre FuU neigh bo rs HOME EDITION MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JAUARY v 7o Paper Conilsls ot Two No 74 of China McNartiara is No 1 aide By M G RETREAT New York Herald News Service WASHINGTON Mikahil Men shikov the retiring Soviet am bassador here confided to a top Indian diplomat the other day that India need not haveRed China on its mind when it invaded Goa Dont worry about China he said well take care of that end of it for you China has been probing across the Indian border in the Ladakh and MacMahon areas if The administration has all but decided not to press for any major Civil Rights legislation next year but to be content with limited advances in the voting field The reason A real go now at board Civil Rights bills presi dential advisers are convinced might well sacrifice the trade and medical care bills by alien ating the Southern votes the Ad ministration needs Heres how White House aides rate the Kennedy Cabinet after one year in office No1 Secre tary of Defense Robert McNam ara No 2 Atty Gen Robert Kennedy No 3 Labor Secretary Auther Goldberg Watch for an agressive Repub lican political offensive in Con gress this coming year The honeymoon is over the rightwing conservatives are in the saddle The House GOP Policy Com mittee will sponsor a series pf studies1 designed to show how President Kennedy falters Hultman seriously considering entering race for governorship DES M01NES AP Atty Gen Evan Hultman is giving serious consideration to entering Ms years Republican race for governor informed State house sources said Thursday Hultman completing his first yearasattorney gerieraCdeclined Visitors to certain areasinthe old State War Navy 2 building now called the Executive Office of the House must sign in with a uniformed guard who notes time of arrival Leaving one caller recently stopped to log his checklmt time But the guard was not interested We dont care whether you leave here or not hesaid just whether you comment on the report The Waterloo Republican said however he will wait for a while before he announces any of hisi political plans Hultman is waiting political observers say to see how many other candidates Be cutting nors primary and also to find pie jn the GOP gover ijv trmifUii out how much money and support olas of Clear Lake and state lcould raise for such a cam Sen Jack Schroeder of Daven port both of whom lost out to Erbe in the Republican primary in June i960 also have been as possible candidates paign At this point there is only one apparent Republican candidate for governor incumbent Norman fs Erbe Russ hove red faces Propaganda backfires MOSCOW Wl A photograph distributed by the Soviet gov ernment as ividence in its charges against West German Gen Adolf JHeusinger gave Moscow propaganda chiefs red faces Thursday Foreign Ministry officials immediate comment Jwhen told a photograph had to Nazi soldiers burning Russian villageat Heusingers get in ing East Germany than is geni orderiwas actually one the Soviet government had previously n rr issued of Japanese soldiers burning a Chinese village We will investigate they said V It was one of the biggest propaganda slipups in recent Orally known Sen Hugh Scott RPar reports after interviewing several of the defectors in West Berlin He asked them about their orders during the building of the hated Wall that divides the East and West Zones and was told They were instructed not to resist attempts to tear the wall down unless public buildings in the East Zone were attacked Only one in four they told him was supplied with live ammuni tion Republican C o n g r e s s i onal leaders are burned up that former President Eisenhowers secretary i of state Christian Ai Herter should have taken the lead in public support for President Kennedys trade pol icies They resent the fact that he didrnot consult them first or so they say They fear that if good comes of the new policies Ken nedy will get all the credit if the policies lead to trouble blame will fall on Republicans President Kennedy got some advice the other day on how to solve the farm problem It came from Ezra Taft Benson Secre tary of Agriculture in the Eisen hower pro posed that Mr Kennedy name two top economists who know agriculture1 to the Council of Economic Advisers and he sub mitted two one a Democrat and one a Republican GOP National Chairman Wil liam E Miller a member of Congress is having publicity but not his own For months the post of publicity director of the Republican Nation al Committee has been vacant Miller has sounded out a number of prospects butno luck Bill can get plenty of publicity grumbles a committee aide but only for himself Seldom read anything about other Republic ans Former GoV Thomas E Devvey Is being urged by high Republican leaders lo resume an active role in national politics At a hews conference Dec 12 the Soviet government de manded that the United States turnGen Heusinger over to the Soviet Union for trial on war criminal charges Heusinger 64 was chief of operations of the German general staff until 1944 chief architect of the postwar West German army and now is chairman of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization permanent military committee in Washington The United States denounced the charges as a crude propaganda maneuver N ews in a FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Republic White House factfind Fire sweeps research center has swept the Armys million arctic research center and firemen said damage was extensive v Much Red aid to Cuba Communist nations have pumped million worth of military hardware intoQuba enabling Fidel Castro to build the Western Hemispheres second biggest army according to the State Department A report said Castros regime is so closely tied to the SinoSoviet bloc that he prob ably could not wriggle away even if he wanted Mission to rPALM Br ing mission will flyltoJSsmtd Domingo Sunday fer wth Dominican Kepublic officials oh possible economic aid projects for that country To reconstruct Pacific base The Air Force base on tiny Johnson Island in the Pacific will be reconstructed in preparation for possible resumption 6f atmospheric nuclear testing United States Two ppints irk Tshombe ELiSABETHVILLE President Mbise Tshombe told his provincial assembly he finds no fault with six of eight points of the agreement that would end Katangas secession from the rest of the Congo But he said he could not agree to points one and eight Point One demands Katanga acceptance of the fundamental the Congos temporary con stitution Point Eight demands Katanga acceptance of United Nations resolutions has po plans although Nicholas has hintedstrongly he will again seek the gubernatorial nomina tion Political observers acknowledge that Hultman although an ag gressive campaigner faces a hard uphill fight if he decides to un seat Erbe Past Republican primaries have gotten their greatest response in the rural areas they say while North Iowa Much colder cold Hultrriahs strength lies in the wave Thursday night andvFricities day Lows Thursday night Also despite Hultmans seem near 5 above occasional light inS popularity as attorney gener rain or snow Occasional light aj there always is the problem of beating an incumbent who normally retains much of his snow Friday highs 8 to 12 Iowa Cold wave warningMuch colder Thursday night and Friday falling to zero northwest and 5 to 10 above southeast by Friday morning to 15 below northwest and zero southeast by Saturday moraing Scat tered light rain orsnow over state Thursday night occa sional snow Friday Highs Friday 5 to 10 northeast 15 to 20southeast Further out look Cloudy continued rather cold Saturday Minnesota Snow yindy much colder Highs Friday around 15 v GiobeGazette Data up to 8am Thursday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Sunrise Sunset support Hultnian reportedly is keeping a close watchon which other candidates gubernatorial primary Chances are observers say Hultman will not seek the gov ernorship i this year if any one else besides Erbe announces Financial support also apparent ly looms large in any decision by Hultman toseek the governbr 23 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 19 2 On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 8910 Sports 1314 North Iowa News 15 Latest Markets 16 Mason City News 1617 Clear Lake News 19 Comics 20 Transit Schedule 22 SAME DATE 1961 lowm Safely Department Flftriresl Black Flair Means Traffic Death In Past 24 Hours Former Lt Gov William Nich A primary campaign is costly in both money and time Hultman could spend less in seeking what many consider to beeasy1 re election as attorney general Algerians gird for new revolt is taken by auditor Shortage in Louisa County WAPELLO AP Oscar C Davis clerk of the Louisa County District Court has admitted em bezzlement of in recent months County Attorney William Matthews said Thursday Davis about 52 married and the lather of one daughter was serving a sixth term as clerk His was accepted Thurs day by the County Board of Su pervisors The shortage was discovered Wednesday by State Agents G M Strand and R M Carmichael who were asked to investigate the clerks accounts by the county at torney Matthews said it was suspected that the affairs of Davis office were not in order when checks in his account failed to clear the bank The money was used primari ly to meet excessive medical ex penses in his Davis family the county attorney said Matthews said Davis started taking the money late last year and the defalcations continued in to 1962 The clerks office was closed Thursday pending a complete au dit by the state auditors office of Davis accountsr The Board of Supervisors named Deputy Clerk Dorothy Taylor as acting clerk Matthews said the disclosure shocked the community MrDav is is a very conscientious public official and it was quitea shock to county personnel and people in the county The county attorney said that Davis wife has had illnesses and lerations in recent years Davis a Republican was one of the leading vote getters of all countyofficials in the elections JN LINE FOR POST Carl Albert D Okla is in line to become Democratic major ity leader in the House of Rep resentatives He has been Democratic whip for the past nine years His election as majority leader became a vir tual certainty with the with drawal of his only opponent Abrupt end slated for Iowas thaw Iowas Januaiy thaw continuec but a cold wave was headed for the state and was expected to spread over Iowa Thursday night The cold wave will be accom panied by strong northerly winds and some snow Drifting snow is likely in many areas The mercury was headed into the 30s in northe Iowa counties and into the 40s in the southern half of the state Thursday with highs abouLthe same as Wednes days top readings which rapged from 37 atJDubuque to 48 at Ot tumwa Lows early Thursday ranged fiom 21 at Davenport to 31 a Burlington The cold air pushing to wart Iowa is expected to send the mer cury skidding to between 10 and 20 degrees Thursday night TO MEET ADENAUER LONDON UPI British Prime Minister Harold Macmil Ian will open two days of talks with German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer Monday in Bonn Citizens band radiomen help to capture thief Citizens bandradio oper ators were responsible for capture of a tire thief Wed nesday night While a tirt was being stolen from an auto in BirunvOlsohused car lot at 20 4th HE men with citizens band car radios saw and broadcast the fact and police were called by a woman who received the mes sage on home receiver Larry Dean Johnson 24 1020 Delaware arrested as a resultof the call plead ed guilty Thursday to a charge of petty larceny and was sentenced by Police Judge Harold R Winston to serve 30 days in 16 yearold boy arrested with Johnson was transferred to juvenile court Police found the two and the stolen tire about 20 min utes after the theft as a result of information given by the band operators The 16yearold said he did not take part in the theft but was along and aware of what was being done Europeans at head of unrest Negotiations set to open ALGIERS under ground French rightwing Se cret Army Organization called Thursday for a general mobiliza tion of European settlers for a lastditch fight to keep Algeria French Terrorism mounted in the North African territory with 37 persons slain Wednesday in attacks by both Euiopeans and Moslems bringing the toll for the first three days of the year to at least 60 dead and more than 130 wounded Handbills calling on the settlers to prepare to fight posted as the belief spread that the way was at last open for an agree ment between the De Gaulle gov ernment and the Algerian rebels to end the sevenyearold war m Algeria The handbills gave no fuither instructions but a pirate radio broadcast earlier in the day predicted victory for the Secret Army in 1962 Terrorism surged up in most major Algerian cities The at tacks indiscriminate and followed no particular pattern It was believed the Moslem nation alists were making a show of strength to influence the secret talks under vfay for several weeks between the French and the Na tionalists And the European ex tiemists appealed trying to foster the idea that France could not enforce an independence agree ment against the French determined resistance Three persons were killed and 30 wounded by grenades thrown into a crowd of Moslems leaving a movie house in Constantino Wednesday night Jn the western port of Oran bands of youths savagely stabbed or beat to death sue Moslems in separate attacks after word spread that a pregnant Jewish woman had been wounded by a Moslem terrorist ThCj woman later died Observers in Tunis expect an an nouncement soon rconcerning the opening of formal peace negotia tions between the De Gaulle gov ernment and the Nationalists High French sources in Paris said the secret talks now going on deal with the possibility of a ceasefirefoliowed by a transitory period leading to Algerian inde pendence V FLEES TO WEST NUERNBERG G e r m a n y UPI Czech diplomat Josef Munzar an economic specialist with the Czech embassy in Vien na has asked for political asy lum in West Germany ALL IN ONE SCHOOL r ft Oh my aching leg could AP students who Smith knee injury in wrestling Aivars Zosulis knee r c V surgery resulting from a handball accident Duane Judy Smithy injuredPierce fractured leg in football Connie Smith knee game Wayne nasjum accident tf   

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