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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 2, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for HM Th CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 100 e newspaper that makes all North lowan nd UniUd Full Wire MASON FEBRUARy HOME EDITION s neighbors 70 a CspyJTWs Paper Consists of Two SectionsSection One No reat on soft line stand The1 wether A protest against junk mail Housewife has had her fill By JOHN BARNETT PALO ALTO Calif UPI A begging letter a dividend check that got thrown away a bunch of circulars she didnot want these things resulted in a lot of work for Mrs Robert L Richard Im worn out but Im happy she said as she went about the task bundling thousands of pieces of third mail for a 3000mile truck trip to the doorstep of Postmaster General J Edward Day The mail is socalled junk mail unsolicited advertising circulars donation requests and the like Mrs Richard hopes to impress upon Day the fact that she and a lot of other are unhappy about receiving it With the help of friends she started bundling the mail slfe has collected in This will not be the case in weeks It will be trucked tojlowa however providing you Washington D C and delivered have faith in such things Followers of the groundhog looked to the lairs of two wood chucks in Punxtutawney Pa and Sun Prairie Wis for the Iowa Temperatures will average 3 to 5 degrees above normal east and 5 to 10 degrees above normal west Friday night through jiext Wednesday Normal highs are from the upper 20s northeast the lower 30s southwest Normal lows are from 10 to 15 degrees Temperatures will be warming at the beginning of the period and remain mild until turning colder Tuesday or Wednesday Precipitation will average 10 to 20 of an inch inlain or snow about Tuesday North Iowa Mostly cloudy and a little warmer through Saturday Lows Friday night 1823 Highs Saturday in the 30s Iowa Considerable cloudiness through Saturday Warmer east Friday night lows 20s east to 3035 west Warmer southeast Saturday highs 30s east to 40s west Further outlook Partly cloudy and mild Sunday Minnesota Partly cloudy little temperature change Highs Fri day in low 30s Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 am Friday Maximum 21 Minimum s At 8 am 20 Precipitation lh inch snow Sunrise 28 Sunset 527 YEAR AGO Maximum 20 Minimum 9 No shadow of groundhog seen in Iowa The sun shone bright on the two vselfstyled groundhog cap itals of the nation Friday and according to legend that means six more weeks of winter weath to Day The only organization in volvedin the campaign is the local Republican club of which iiUU UJ yvuiull Ilia IXU U1C sheischairman It volunteered lowdown on fiow long winter financial support and help with keep up Legend has it that the a groundhog can see his shad But it is not a Republican on Feb 2 that means a movement Richard said I think the response would have been the same if I had been a Democrat or belonged month and a half more of win ter weather The reports from Punxsutaw ney and Sun Prairie were the ueea a jueinocrat or ueiongeu YCJC uie to asewing circle or any thing isame Tne local groundhog had seen his shadow bright and clear and wisely scuttled back else Mrs Richard is not sure how much mail she has collected but there is plenty I have a carbage can a clothes basket and several all full Now the big box on the front porch is filled up again There goes my other clothes basket The big box is a simulated mail box built by her husband and marked for deposit junk mail Hundreds of persons have dropped their own col lections of unwanted mail into the box for shipment to the postmaster Mrs Richard and her sup porters object both to themail and to the fact that it is handled by the U S Post Office at the bulk rate of 2 cents an ounce or even IVt cents an ounce for nonprofit organizations It all started with a begging letter I received Mrs Richard said It came all the way from Alabama to Palo Alto for one cent It contained a letter a return envelope and two pieces of literature It was from an organization Id never heard of and I would neverdream of contributing There was she admitted another incident that was even more irritating Once I threw a way a div idend check withsome of this stuff advertising and the like that didnt help any The result was that I was annoyed I just thought Id save the junk mail and see what it amounted to in a month After a little over a month I had 102 pieces weighing seven pounds Her first impulse was to send it to her congressman Rep Charles S Gubser RCalif But he suggested she send it to Day As word got around friends and then people she did not know began to deluge her with mail On the inside Editorials Page 4 CubGazette5 Mason City News 67 Latest Markets 7 Society News g i Sports 9JO Comics 14 Clear Lake News IS Transit Schedule 16 North Iowa News 18 into his burrow This wasnft true in Iowa as gray weather prevailed Tem peratures were slightly higher Mason Citys mercury reached the 20s early Friday after me andering through the teens all of Thursday NEW JOB FOR MIKE Men shikov former Soviet ambassador to the United States has been an pointed foreign minister of the Russian Federal Republic Tass announced Friday i IN NelsonRocke feller 54 is shownas she ar rived in Nev ostensibly to establish residence fora di vorce Six weeks1 residency is required for filing suit for di vorce Adultery is the only ground for divorcein NewYork state but in Nevada one can be granted formany reasons The Rockefellers have been separ ated since November Edgington Sersland to seek reBlection DES MQINES MVTwo North Iowa legislators requested nomi nation papers Friday to cam paign for reelection They were Reps Floyd P Edgington R Sheffield and H H Sersland RDecorah N Conge ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES o premer arrives UNITED NATIONS Cyrille Adoula the vig orous young premier of the Congo flew here to re port first hand to the General Assembly on events in his strifetorn African nation Strategic move in Italy The government decided to resign in a aimed at bringing about a new centerleft coalition cabinet that could isolate the Italian Com munist party Ellis picked for Kennedy announced that Frank B Ellis who has been in charge of stra tegic stockpiling by the federal government as head of the Office of Emergency Planning will be nom inated for a federal judgeship in Louisiana The White House took pains however to say there was no relation between Ellis selection for a judgeship and the stockpile investigation US plane down in Viet Nam SAIGON South Viet Nam A U S Air Force C123 transport plane crashed in jungle country swarming with Communist guerrillas killing all three crewmen aboard The crash brought the num ber of American military casualties in South Viet Nams civil war in the last six weeks to 15 TV news losing proposition spokesman for the Broadcasting Company reported that his network lost million last year on TV news programs offerings that he said interested the public far less than entertainment shows William R McAndrew told the Federal Communications Commission that NBC expected unrecovered costs to be even more in 1962 An effort to placate military US ponders full embargo BUENOS AIRES Argentina Friday recalled Ambassador Julio Amoedo from Cuba the Foreign Ministry an nounced The step had been expected as President Arturo Frondizi sought to appease military critics of his soft line toward the Fidel Castro regime in Cuba atthe recent in terAmerican foreign ministers conference Recalling the ambassador does not constitute a diplomatic break but morning newspapers here hat suggested that the crisis between the president and the nations leading military men was nearing an end They predicted a gradua break in relations with Cuba However many officers were reported still demanding the im mediate complete break which the nations military leadership de manded in an ultimatum to the president Thursday night The latest crisis for Frondizis government now in its fourth year stemmed from Argentinas refusal at the interAmerican con ference earlier this week to vote with the USsupported majority to oust the Castro regime from the Organization of American States Published reports said the serv ice chiefs had threatened to resign unless Frondizi swings his foreign policy to the right breaks with Cuba and fires Foreign Minister Miguel Angel Carcona and other officials responsible for putting Argentina in the goslow bloc at the interAmerican conference at Punta del Este Uruguay However Carcano emerged from the late night meeting with Frondiziand the military chiefs and gave the impression that the government had won a breathing spell Argentina joined Brazil Chile Mexico Ecuador and Bolivia in Opposing the conferences key immediate ouster ofCuba from OAS the grounds that the OAS charter contains no legal provision for ex pulsion of a member The US government itself is reported ready to make more ex tensive use of its naval forces in an effort to cut off Cuban arms shipments to subversive groups in other LatinAmerican countries President and Secre tary of State Dean Rusk also are looking into the possibility of slap ping a total embargo on US trade with Cuba one effect of which would be to deny Cuba a source of income amounting to about million a year at the present rate of trade In connection with the possible abolition of all trade with Cuba Rusk charged Thursday at a news conference that Cuba was using American dollars to promote sub version in other countries He didnt explain the remark iowa woman killed on way to hospital FORTDODGE lWMrs Velva Ruthell Hudson 56 Otho was klled Friday while driving to Fort Dodge to visit her hospital ized t father She apparently lost control of her car on a curve on a Webster County blacktop road seven miles southeast of here She was alone The car rolled 250 Feet off the road and into a field She was thrown out and the car rolled over her SAME Chickenchicken CHICKEN FOR TOP REPUBLICANS New York Gov Nelson Rockefeller left and Iowa Gov Nor man Erbe handle their succulent pieces of chicken v Phdtofax tended the at Des Moines With Erbe is his daughter Jennifer It was just one in a se il i T uj cmuiveu is ms aaugnter Jenmierit was just one in a se with their hands just like the 3000 others who at ries of fundraising GOB affairs across the country lowans agree Rockefeller is charming and effective By J1MCOLLISON GlobeGazette Staff Writer DES MOINES Republicans in Iowa Friday wererubbing their eyes to get them back in focus What did they see Thursday in Nelson Rockefeller and what political office was he seeking hi his barnstorming through Iowa RepublicansinTowa arecer tain of one thing after meeting with the New York governor Demo spending under attacks WASHINGTON Republi cans across the nation poured out cash forthe party till Thursday night along with cries that Demo crats are grabbing for more pow er with profligate spending and political fakery And the GOP faithful heard what some of them thought sound ad like a political war whoop not so much for 1962 as from Gov Nelson A Rockefeller of New York The Republicans spent the eve ning at 17 party gettogethers in 17 cities tied together for dn hour by closed circuit television This s the warmup and kickoff for the congressional election cam paign of 1962 The oratory at the parties fol owed the usual political pattern of swinging away at the opposi tion upholding the GOP cause with professions of confidence and holding up the party as the great hope of the nation for get ting sound sensible responsible government This was the otherside of the record the Democrats played on Jan first anniversary of the New Frontier when they staged a fundraising banquet that drew people to Washington from over the country Gen Dwight D Eisenhower paced the parade of Republican speakers It was the former presi dent who accused the Democrats of profligate spending and living on a flood of LOUs He and other GOP oratorial talent said the opposition is reaching for a more powerful central government and controls Eisenhower urged the Republi cans to discard such tags as liberal and conservative to and listening to him lambast the Democratic administration in Washington Rockefeller is a charming and effective cam paigner Nearly 3000 IowaGOP party workers ate cold chicken whooped and yelled under Atty gettogether to start working hardand in unity With a nation and a world at stake he said lets roll up our sleeves and get going It was Rockefeller trying for another term as governor this year and perhaps for the White House in 1964 who set off the heaviest blastsat President Ken nedy and his administration Rockefeller accused Kennedyof political fakery in the way the President handled a proposal to establish a federal department of urban affairs and to install hous ing administrator Robert C Weav er as the first Negro in the Cab inet Sen Barry Goldwater of Arizo na a favorite ofthe conservatives for a shot at the presidency gol in his licks He contended that leftwingers dominate the New Frontier and that the GOP musl lead the way to fiscal sanity and responsibility v While he was at it the senator gigged Kennedy for touching off an upcoming investigation of what the President called excessive stockpiling of emergency mate rials fori defense The Republicans Goldwater said merely carried out con tracts let under the Roosevelt and Truman administrations and more chicken A HUNGRY LOT Other Republican leaders at Thursdays rally in Des Moines who did their bit in reducing the surplus of chickens were Sen Jack Miller foreground and Atty Gen Photofax Evan Hultman At rear are Alberta and Leo Sweesy Mason City and Lt Goy W L Mooty Sweesy is GOP chair man in both Cerro Gordo County and the 3rd District Gen Evan Hultmans cheerlead ing and sang IOAVA IOWA for Gov Rockefeller Questions still remain Is Rockefeller a liberal or a con servative Do such words mean anything in the 1960s Is he a candidate forNew York gov ernor or for Is he a rich man or a poor man Rockefeller in a press con ference Thursday prior to his speech at KRNT Theater said that what some persons term the swing toward conserva tism is not exactly the case He explained i think the con servatives in this country have become more vocal When Rockefeller talked to the fundraising rally Thursday night he nearly denied the exis tence of a liberalconservative difference The governor listed four bas ic Republican principles These are the fundamental things to which we are dedi cated let us not be di verted by such debates as those over such slogans as liberal or conservative f The governor outlined sever al of his legislative victories in New York victories which some Republicans brand as lib eral and asked Are they liberal or are they conserva tive I dont know All I can tell you is that they have been in the best interests of the peo ple of New York state Rockefeller said he was inter ested only in reelection as gov ernor of New York Asked why he was in Iowa Rockefeller said because I was invited Asked if he thought hed win any votes while campaigning in the state Rockefeller said Im here to win votes for Republicans like my good friend here Norm Erbe And to keep the towa Rcpublf cans in a state of dizzynessGov Erbe in his talk sounded almost like a New Frontier Democrat These were Erbes words I believe that Iowa today is on the very threshold of an econ omy and life that can become the envy of this country This is a tate ripening to season If we will bring ourselves to recognize towa as the marvelous gift of and and peace and space and sromise that it is then we will ind growing in ourselves the con fidence which will let us grasp our future here in our beloved Our time is upon us and all we need now is the pride the vision and the confidence to grasp the future We Republicans have a tremendous opportunity to pio neer in this future George Nagle state GOP chair man introduced Erbe as the man who kept his promise Erbe promised he wouldnt raise axes and he kept that promise Erbe responded by saying It wasnt Erbe who kept his prom ise it was the Republican party of Iowa that kept its promise In the next breath Erbe intro duced Gov Rockefeller by prais   

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