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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 17, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North lowai fdittd fcr tht Th LOBE VOL 102 wspo pe r that mokes ell N or th Vo wa n s MASON CITY IOWA 17 HOME EDITION VCopyJTbif consist of TWO On Grudge or no grudge By Instructor York Herald News Scrvict WASHINGTON Sen Strom Thurmond DSC may have a grudge against NBCTV for fail ure to cover his side of the Pentagon muzzling inquiry but he isnt missing any chance for NBC camera coverage He was fulltilt on a press conference attack on the network when a cameraman in to ask Excuse me senator could you suspendIm out of film to reload Im NBC Sen Thurmond suspended After Atty Gen Robert F Kennedy had been jarred by a slight earthquake in Japan last week he received the following cable from Deputy Attorney General Byron White and Edwin 0 Guthran Justice Department p r e s s officer Knock off the earthquake mit Better stick to sailing En route to Japan the attorney gen eral had been dunked in the ocean when his dinghy over turned in Hawaii n Richard Nixon is planning a trip to Europe after he Caliu forma gubernatorial primary in I Tilno i vice presl JlctlUiJci June Theformer dentnow a candidate for ernor expects to relax and gather material for a couple of magazine articles before launching his general election campaign later in the summer BehJndthescerws debate The State Department fought the newupgrading of Ds military forces in South Viet Nam feared it would have diplomatic repercussions President Ken nedy wentahead anyway cre a ted the new US Military As sistance Command headed by new fourstar general Described as worst of Splort puts on brakes for photoq bearing Many flee flood ings m NEWJJSE c SELLS This neajBdtogiifi Italy a good use crg shells She places the shells over the budsof a fig against the cold Thus the yoke on Old Man Winter HAMBURG Germany Howling winter winds raging seas and floods clobbered north ern Europe in one of its worst storms of the century Saturday In Britain at least 11 persons perished and in Germany six were known dead with others feared drowned as the North Sea smashed through coastal dikes Thousaflds fled their homes in the port cities of Hamburg and Bremerhaven in Germany arid thousands more were reported fleeing from the lowlands Many were believed caught asleep in their beds by gushing flood wa ters High winds pounded the BaJHc Coast of Communist East Ger many causing considerable dam age the official news agency ADN reported A spokesman for the Hamburg city government said between send in troops 20000 and homeless 40000 persons were ON WAMO PRICE Washington crossing the East Park duck pond is no more amazing than prices planned by Mason City r chants on his birthday Thi to right are LtHarold R are skyrocket Ing The Federal Reserve Board triggered the upsurge when it boosted the maximum commer cial bank interest rate payment to 4 per cent from 3 percent ef fective last Jan i Officialfig ures are not yet available but they are expected to show that time deposits jumped a stag gering billion last month The upsurge is continuingat a slower pace in February Heres Sen Barry Goldwa ter private advice for Presi dent Kennedys second term election campaign if hes asked Vi U tfle President would put the words Victory Over Communism in all his foreign policy statements and if he wouldgreatly expand the spe cial taxincentives for business expansjon he would be a shooin in 1964 administration soon will announce that it intends to run senes of tax clinicsfor small BusinessmenThe plan has ap proval of the White House Com mittee on Small Business The clinics will be sponsored jointly tP Serv ice and the small business ad ministration The first two will be held in New York and Chi cago HOUSC Speaker Inhn u Jvnn Cormacfc has a long political memory Evidence It applied last week to Rep Frank Thomp son Jr DNJ who worked un successfully last year to block Rep McCormacks choice as speaker The speakers turn came with selection of House members of a newly formed woodrow Wilson Memorial Com fission He passed overRep Thompson who managed the authorizing bill and represents both Trenton and Princeton the sites of Wilson Memorabilia in New Jersey Instead he chose Rep Cornelius E Gallagher D Jersey City and stayed in line on the speakership Secretary of Defense Robert S McNamara has resolved to get out and around more After s year of intensive hermitlike activity at his Pentagon desk he is satisfied that things are running to his liking He plans to relax his personal ban against all but absolutely nec essary traveling Won t aba ndon tie with Dutch Bobby BANDUNG Indonesia Robert F bluntly told Indonesians Saturday they woulc be crazy to think the United States would toss aside neutral at Jtude and the Dutch in Indonesias claim to West New Guinea If you dont like our attitude there is no point in your getting upset or angry about it he told Hr tic tUJtl Bandung University students on a delayed visit to this West Java capitat The US attorney general made his remarks in reply to repeated quesbons from the students on why the United States would not supportthe Indonesian claim to the territory The United States he said is friendlyto both Indonesia and the Dutch Asking the students to take a mature approach Kennedy de clared If you upset us we are nof going to tell ourpeople to get out of Indonesia We will not say to hell with you And do not say it to us The students reacted to Ken nedys remarks with surprisuig calm and later goodhumoredly surrounded him ashe walked to his car But in the Communist stronghold of Surabaja capital of East Java nobs attacked and damaged US niildings and diplomats homes The attack apparently was in pro est againsttroopcarrying Dutch commercial airliners refueling on US territory enroute to Dutch New Guinea There were no signs he attacks were aimed at Ken nedy Two villages on the upper Elbe River nearthe East German bor der were cut off when two dikes burst West German army heli copters flew to evacuate the vil lagers Armysoldiersin Bremer haven a US Army embarkation port worked with Germans sand bagging dike breaches Civilian telephone communications to Bremerhaven were cut la Britain 100mileanh our gales hit Sheffield causing million damage there alone On the seas shipg were report ed in trouble A Danish schooner was report ed in distress off the island of Ruegen The East German news agency said the crew of the unidentified craft was takei aboard a West German freighter The 7275tonGreek freighter Freisiearchaiwas reported in dis tressoff the Danish coast The Dirkzwager shipping agen cy in Rotterdam said the freighter radioed We are in a very Jdan gerous position The ship was reported then about 100 miles northwest of Esbjerg in Danish Jutland News in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES N across Iowa Heavy snow began blowing int southwest Iowa Saturday morn mg and was expected to cove mast of the state by nightfall The Highway Commission a Ames reported two inches of new snow in thebuthwest ancthigh ways were packed Blowing snowreduced visibility to aneighthof a mile attimes and highway gravel in the south west was hazardous Freezing rain preceded the snow The Weather Bureau said ah but the northeast corner of the state should get some snow during the day Several inches of snow was forecast was accompany ing the snow Cloudiness and cold will hang on Sunday MISS DuPONT DIES SANTA BARBARA Calif Amy E DuPont 81 daughter of the founder of the E I du Pont de Nemours busi ness enterprises died Friday of a stroke suffered Jan 10 GOP gunning for Bobby gunnmg for Kennedy that Jie has GOP in fact feared that attorney general gets homefrom his world tour he that the Alamo be torn down to make way for an urban renewal project The furor arose over remarks attributed to Kennedy Teported to denounce Corridors claim Jhe asfc German Communists de the West as pirates and refected tho the right of free cbr They Sald the Allles rfeK the fourpower agreements to fly over East Ger man territory to the isolated city r tenseness remains in Macon rfH white youths in this central Georgia city which has beenr troubled by a NCCTO bus rf n blast into a club wounding two men xX BelgiumdenouncedatUN Slea eXhange of notes of Roman Thant by Congolese In Germany preliminary esti mates placed damage at more than million Hamburg a city of two million appeared worst hit by the floods which in some parts brought the high tide level to 12 feet above normal Residential and industrial areas along the Elbe River section of the city were submerged In downtown Hamburg the waters reached the city hall The floods also entered the Elbe River Tun nel a vitallink for motor traffic On the inside Clear Lake News Page 3 Editorials 4 Comics 5 Church Features 67 Mason City News s9 Latest Markets 9 Society News 10 IM2 The Surveyort 15 Business News 1617 Transit Schedule 18 North Iowa News Heavy snow developini pver northwest Saturday nigh Sunday r Mostly snowover remainder of north and west andifreezrag pre cipitation southeast Colder northeast High Sunday 1520 lower 30s south northwest east GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Saturday Maximum Minimum 27 12 US learned little from U2 pilot Powers NEW YORK w Francis Gary Powers in nearly a week ofinterrogation has told gov ernment intelligence official substantially the same story hi gave at his trial in the Sovie Union The New York Times said Saturday In a Washington dispatch by Tom Wicker the Times said U intelligence officials have o iiuemgenee officials have MI Ieas gained little additional knowlarrested Powers exchanged a week his wife and parents briefly What the government would most like to know is whether the Russians really shot down Pow 1 af ers1 plane while it was flying at hier fc f 50 GEORGETOWN British Gui ana A state of emergency was proclaimed in British Gui ana Saturday after a bloody day of riots arid looting in which at least six persons were killed and anestimated 20 mil lion West Indian dollars in goods and propertydestroyed Fires arestill smouldering in many parts of the city and the situations tense but quiet British troops converged on the blazing capital by truck frigate and plane to man power stations and otherkey installa tions as well as to guard the homes of leftist Prime Minister Cheddi Jagan and his ministers who striking city workers are demanding should resign The strike which began five daysago to protest Jagans aus terity budget proposals and his leftist actions is continuing but the Trades JJnion Council has scheduled an emergency meet to consider aplan to end it wave of arson and loot hundreds a stagger 1G2SE personswere shotdead by who had orders to shoot in At least 30 persons have been edge on just how the U2 pilot Rirting began early Friday was brought down over Soviet afternoon after local riot squads territory on his spy flight scd tear gas on a mob besteg 11 in ff rno ing the power station cAuuduyea a weeK ago for Soviet spy Rudolf Abel Ki Y 24 buildings were has been underintensive ques 1mth fire fiShters wag ioning at an undisclosed site Josmg since the since with St d curtaijed the citys water supply WHATS IN A NAME SAVANNAH Ga tooK aer Police chief of nearby Pembroke was convicted fa ery as he testified at his trial S District Court and it so the Russians have more o prison for selling Is The Communist Timetable For World Conquest On Schedule Add it up 1949 China 1951 Tibet 1954 N Vietnam 1961 Cuba So far the Com munist time Eastern Europe you can fight Commu nism through Radio Free Europe Published as a puMic service in eoop erotton ilh The Adterttting Council SAME DATE1961 56 any erine fjic t noia r R4th hri s tney m Childhood and sharp an twins who aie celp a Bioxr uiJv l mess auKe bratmg theu84th birthday They were marriedthe Wash chlldhood aud share an apartment in   

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