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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 16, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                                jNorth Doily Newspaper Edited for HOME EDITION VOL 102 The newspaper that makes all North lowans Auocliled Press nd United International Full Lease MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JUNE 14 1962 tlOo Paper of Two SeclIonsSecUon lit Wont ten Flood of mail hits solons By MEL NEWCAR York Herald Triburw News Service big flood of mail attacking the interest withholding provision in Presi dent Kennedys tax bjll may be tapering off now that the lobby which provoked it has backed off but it will not be forgotten One reason is illustrated by one of thousands of letters re ceived by a senator It said When I received my notice of savings and loan interest the other day there was enclosed a request to write to my senator in opposition to some bill cant find the slip and dont know what bill but you prob ably know and I want to tell you I am against it The last of the old Eisenhower team is leaving the government Robert Cutler Ikes national se curity adviser starting m 1953 has written President Kennedy that hell be leaving town this summer and his two govern ment jobs Member of the In terAmerican D e v e I o pment Bank he was named by Eisen hower to a term that still has a couple of years to run and Spe cial Assistant to the Secretary of the Treasury Cutler 67 yearsold wants to go back to Boston after almost 10 years in the capital Gen Lucius D Clay contrary to fears of his supporters is still being consulted by Presi dent Kennedy on Berlin In ad dition to a recent secret 90min ute conference at the White House Gen Clay has been called by the White House sev eral times by long distance tele phone at his New York business office His advice was sought for instanceon how to improve relations with Chancellor Ad enauer When President Kennedy spoke at Yale he was escortet by New Haven Mayor Richard C Lee What onlookers did not know is that Mayor Lee was re cently sounded out by the ad ministration recently as a pos sible high official in the Depart ment of Health Education and Welfare Secretary Abraham A Ribicoff will resign soon to run for the Senate in Connecticut President Kennedy probably wont head for Squaw Island off Hyanmsport until July but he doesnt have to miss the famil iar Massachusetts scenery The new murals in the White House swimming pool are all Cape Cod seascapes H rv Rene Verdorvthe White House French chef who pleases New Frontier palates with Gallic cuisine has a simpler ail American side too He weekly sends a batch of homemade cookies over to the Presidents office much to the delight of DAD NEEDS A HAND A womans work Is never done or so the old saying goes but heres one man who has found that the same shoe fits him too A fishing trip to highlight the Fathers Day weekend seems pretty obscure right now for Lee Roy Baker 979 Virginia SE as he pitches in with some house photo by Moors hold chores He changes the diaper of Heidi age 6 weeks while his other four daughters Mitzi 7 Janie 6 Carrie 2 and Lisa 5 are right there to remind him of his parental responsibilities On the inside Editorials Page 4 Kennedys them staff which eats The Army is delighted with its newly appointed secretary Cy rus Vance As Pentagon coun sel he worked closely with Sec retary of Defense Robert S Mc Namara and was McNamaras personal choice to succeed re tiring Secretary of the Army Elvis J Stahr As one of Mails Boys Vance is expected to carry more weight at Pentagon parleys than Stahr was ever able to muster The hardhitting declaration of Republican principles issued last week was designed to serve as a platform for GOP didates this fall but a number of Republicans are touching it somewhat gingerly They feel that in many cases where elec tions turn on local issues they would do better to have a per sonal platform a device used successfully by many of the perennials in Congress Often these personal platforms are far from carbon copies of the par tys Comics Church Features 67 Mason City News89 Latest Markets 9 Sports 1M2 Society News 1314 Clear Lake News 14 Business News 1516 North Iowa News 18 Dies in fall at Latimer HAMPTON Arthur F Rath mann 71 Hampton was killed Friday on a farm northwest of Latimer He fell from a scaffolding while working on construction of a barn struck his head anc died instantly Funeral arrangements are in complete at the Van Hove Fu neral Home Latimer Surviving are his wife Min nie three sons Ervin Los An geles Dennis San Diego Don aid Boston Mass a sister Mrs Carl Borcherding Latimer a brother Walter Blanchard Thornton youth hurt in crash with fire truck Charles Pals 17 Thornton was injured Friday night when his car collided headon with a demonstrator fire truck At Mercy Hospital Pals was in vserious condition with in ternal The accident occurred on a blacktop county road 2 miles south of Thornton The fire truck owned by the Genera Safety Equipment North Branch Minn was returning from a demonstration at the State Fire School in Ames The driver of the Panser Nor t h Branch wa treated for facial cuts and re leased Patrolman arid motorist hurt WATERLOO Tow Highway patrolman and anothe motorist were hospitalized Fri day night after their cars col tided about three miles west o Shell Rock on Iowa 3 Patrolman James Jbhker 36 Parkersburg and K e n n e t h Kuhn 49 Shell Rock wer treated for cuts and bruises SAIGONSouth Viet Nam W strong band of Red Guer rillas struck only 30 miles north of Saigon Saturday overwhelm ng an armored column and ailing two U S officers and 15 Vietnamese South Vietnamese troops sup ported by a US helicopter vent in pursuit of the Viet Cong PIANIST DIES LAUSANNE Switzerland Concert pianist Alfred Cortot 85 performing partner of such greats as cellist Pablo Casals and violinist Jacques Thibaud died Friday a kidney ailment Jonkc cr also suffered broken ribs He was taken to a Water loo hospital and Kuhn was hos pitalized at Waverly Both men are reported in good condition Jonker attached to the Ceda Falls post said Kuhn sighalei for a right turn and then turnec left as he started to pass Both cars ended in a ditch bj the side of the road 2 more Yanks killed in Viet Nam skirmish Iowa wife facing charge of murder DBS MOINES Ernest Willis 51 died Friday night of bullet wounds in the stomach chest and shoulder suffered last Sunday at a local club which he managed Police said they would charge Willis1 wife Bertha 44 with murder She has been held n jail under 525000 bond on a charge of assault with intent to commit murder guerrillas believed from 300 to 400 men But chances of finding the attack ers in the jungles appeared slim U S sources said no one in the convoy escaped injury They said the number of wounded was probably more than 20 Armed with heavy machine guns and recoilless rifles the Viet Cong ambushed the ar mored column nearthe village of Ben Cat1 Military sources said the offi cers a captain and a lieutenant were members of the U S Military Advisory Assistance Group in MISS BORMANN WEDS BOLZANO Italy Bormann 24 daughter of war time Nazi leader Martin Bor mann was married to a teacher Saturday in the private chapel the Benedictine monks N ews in a FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES South Viet Nam Their names vere withheld pending notifica lon of next of km A US Army sergeant was tilled by Red guerrillas m an ac lon in Central Viet Nams thick crests earlier this week The atest deaths faring to six the number of U S killec n combat heresince theUriitec States increased its aid to Presi dent Ngo Dinh Diems forces last December i A relief column of South Viet namese troops was dispatched to the scene of Saturdays ambush as soon as word of the attack was received but the column was slowed by a Viet Corig roac slock the informants said When reinforcements reached he ambush area they found hree vehicles on fire and the Bodies of the American officers South Vietnamese troops launchec a search of the areai Meanwhile 30 Americanpiloted helicopters were supporting 80 ovemment in an opera tion launched Friday in Cornrnu nist infested territory about 35 miles north of thecapital Military sources said tod ay thi Anpther falkathop weekJong Senate talkathon loomed against a bill to establish a communications satellite corporation which opponents call a giant giveaway Sen Russell Long DLa said the admin istrationendorsed bill would hand the American Tele phone Telegraph Co a dominant1 role in future Global space communications Final chance for Esies EL PASO Tex Billie Sol Estes has afinal chance to meet with his creditors in a few days and arrange settlement of debts which he admits total million If he fails a federal judge says he will begin bankruptcy proceedings immediately South Korean premier quits SEOUL ProWestern Premier Song YoChan quit his post arid South Koreas military government announced the resignation had been accepted The junta statement said the premier and finance min ister had resigned for personal reasons I Hometown welcomes Grissom The hometown turned out to honor Virgil I Gus and Air Force captain Americas second man in space came home and his reception inthis southern Indiana town of 3552 was quiet arid informal if Urgescentralization fight DES MOINES Mississippi Gov Ross Barnett has urged lowans to fight centralization of the cen tral government When any one of the three branches of government invades the other or any one branch grows weak while another grows strong then the people are in danger Barnett said He the featured speaker at the Civil War Centennial Commissions of the Midwestern States Continue northsouth air service i The North South Ozark Air ines route through Mason City vili be retained with only Aus mAlbert Lea Minn to lose ervice on the route Word of Civil Aeronautics Board was eceived here late Friday Wire service reports said the rder concluded the CABs zark use it or lose it inves gation indicating that no urther trial period time is ceded Cities on the route had one through two trial periods n the successful attempt to how that the service would be sed adequately Cities now on the route are Mm icapolis AustinAlbert Lea and lochester in Minnesota Mason City and Fort Dodge in Iowa and operation was continuing gave no details bu First reports Friday said there bad been no government o American casualties except fo an Army helicopter forced down by enginetrouble The destroyed it The operation reportedly nettet in its earlystages three Red guerrillas two jeepsand aitrucl and an important Communis supply dcpotf Three airlines at mercy of union WASHINGTON W Fligh engineers kept a midafternoo strike threat hanging Saturda over three Amer can Eastern and Trans World The choice facing the the Flight Engineers Interna tional Association still appeared to be whether t stage a walkout in face President Kennedys stern warn ing against one or to accep Kennedys arbitration proposa SAME Tawa Safety Department TrmfTte Dtttb i to 21 plan in earth t qeria is stepped up ALGIERS AP fires roke out in Algiers in the Euro ean Secret Army Organizations corched earth campaign Satur ay even as Europeans were re xn ted making a final compromise jeace bid to Moslem nationalists Word of the peace contact came s a surprise The secret army aid in ordering a new campaign f destruction Thursday that se ret contacts with the Moslems ad failed Few believed the Moslems ould agree to the secret army emands for additional guarantees for Algerias European minority But wellinformed sources in Pans said an allnight session in Rocher Noir the Algerian administrative capital brought the possibility of a Moslem amnesty for the secret army when Algeria becomes inde pendent Europeans want to be represent ed m the Moslem security force being too but this de mand was turned down flatly by Moslems it was reported Taking part in the talks were Belkacem Knm deputy premier of the nationalist regime Abder lowa Fair to partly cloudy through Sunday Widely scat tered thundershowers begin ning late Saturday in north west and spreading over most of state by Sunday evening Low Saturday in the 60s High Sunday in the 80s Outlook for Monday Partly cloudy and cooler North Iowa Partly cloudy Sat urday night and Sunday High Sunday lower 80s Globe Gazette Weather Data up to 8 a m Saturday Omaha Neb cheduhng of Since flights improved passenger boardings have been fairly good at all points except Austin M bert Lea and overall route usage exceeds theCAB mimmums After hearings last summer the AB following an original tria period grantedadditional time for he route to prove that it could generate passengers That addi lonal trial was based on conteu ions by cities involved that new scheduling would result in im roved passengerusage to an ex tent to warrant continuation The new CAB order which ollowed closely the earlier rec ommendations made by a CAB examiner declared Ozarks authority to serve Dubuque anc 3ttumwa would be continued ft added Fort Dodge on the Sioux CityDes Mbines route for an indefinite period Ozark rulings affecting com munities outside this area in cluded dropping of authority to serve St Joseph Mo redesig nating of Quincy 111 as an in termediate rather than a term inal point and requiring of Ozark flights between St Louis and Chicago to serve at leasl one intermediate point The decisions in the Ozark case become effective Aug 13 In other CAB business at Washington Friday the board Bureau of Economic Regulation recommended rejection of the proposed merger of Eastern and American Airlines The bureau said the merger would crealo a distorted route structure hav ing an adverse impact on the remaining trunk carriers II also said huge savings to the two airlines would give unrea sonably high profits Ozark faces strike threat CHICAGO UPI The Air Lines Pilots Association ALPA has set a June 22 strike dead line against Ozark Air Lines in an effort to get a pay boost im proved working conditions and increased pension benefits Ozark a local service carrier employs about 180 pilots and operates in a ninestate area Ozark pilots now make from to per month on pis Ion driven planes and up to 544 per month on propjet F27s States to strike are Iowa Tennessee Kentucky In be affected by a Illinois Missouri diana Wisconsin and Nebraska Minnesota SHOWERS rahmanes Fares president of Algerian provisional executive and representatives of Algerias European community led by for mer Algiers Mayor Jacques CheJ vallier Paiis informants said the xsan repiesentatives conveyed the atest secret army proposal to the Moslems Officials indicated any answer would come soon They also hinted that JeanJacques Su smibelieved to represent the moderate faction in the secret army had made direct contact with Moslem leaders The Paris sources said the Mos lem nationalists would not budge from the position a sin gle comma of tneiEvian accords ending the Algerian rebellion would be changed But the question of amnesty the informants said is within the framework of a possible accord In return for a general amnesty the secret army would halt its scorched earth policy aimed at destruction of buildings and facili ties the Moslems will inherit when they achieve independence Spirals of smoke rose over Al giers as the European and Mos lem spokesmen conferred Arson commandos set fire to two gas stations in thVChateauneuf suburb and burned another store in town Secret commandos 1 Maximum Minimum At 8 a m Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 81 59 68 433 755 69 41 t Republic Aviation strike is halted NEW YORK temporary injunction has halted the month strike at Republic Avia tion Corp the only producer of the vital F105 tactical fighter plane The Justice Department acting on behalf of Presideni Kennedy went into Brooklyn Federal Court Friday and ob tained the order signed by U S Dist Judge W alter Bruch hausen ered1 Algiers massive City Hall with explosives Friday Anight lours after heavily damaging a municipal hospital and wrecking a big power dam installation Police said the City Hall blast killed one soldier and wounded 43 others Newsmen reported seeing at least four dead being carried From the building and one report said six persons were Teams of secret army gunmen attacked Moslem auxiliary police men and French gendarmes dur ing the night Police picked up the bodies of two Europeans European terrorists also struck m France wounding five Moslems and two Africans in machine gun attacks on two Pans area bars Friday At Sidi Bel Abbes ForeignLe gion headquarters in western Al geria one European and three Moslems were killed late Friday in a fight Crowds of Europeans gathered outside battered Algiers City Hall to see if they could still get pass ports and birth certificates needed for flight to France PISTOLPACKING MOMMA Mrs R 58 a partner in a Savannah Ga grocery store poses with her pistols after chasing and capturing a would be bandit who demanded her money Instead of turn ing over the money Mrs Rhodes brandished one of her pistols then chased the man for two blocks be fore he surrendered The bandit James Tolbert Rob inson 32 was charged with attempted robbery by intimidation f   

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