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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 7, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION VOL 102 The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors AiMcUlcd and United Inlercllonl Full Uae Wirei MASON SATURDAY JULY 7 1962 W U0c copyThls Papcr consist Two sectionsSection No 121 Morocco force in Algeria Ike kept informed by JFK Briefed by CIA boss By GREGG LONGSTEP New York Herald Tribunt News Service WASHINGTON Out on the farm in Gettysburg Gen Eis enhower is getting the most in tensive briefings on the world situation ever accorded any for mer President by his successor John McCone head of the O1A is the most usual Kennedy briefing officer sent to review developments with the former President About once every two weeks McCone or another Ken nedy aide makes the trip to Gettysburg usually by helicop tor to keep the general abreast of events in foreign and mili lary policy When Secretary of State Dean Rusk flew to Fulton Mo re cently to accept a degree from Westminster College he was told by the pilot of the Air Iowa Fair to partly cloudy Saturday night and Sunday with chance of a few isolated thundershowers mostly in the afternoon or night Continued warm and humid Low Sat urday night 6570 GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Saturday CHANCE of RAIN Maximum Minimum At 8 am Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 87 155 4 Ml 82 60 Force DC3 that carried him on June 22 the short hop from St Louis that this fvery important mis sion was the 22yearold ships last night Next bone yard The following day the gal lant oldtwoengine workhorse brought its cargo of VIPs back to St Louis Before he stepped onto the big sleek jet for the re turn to Washington Rusk bor rowed a lipstick from a woman secretary walked up to the battered old DC3 and wrote on her fuselage Well done Dean Rusk Displeasure with India seems to be growing in Washington Indias intransigence on Kash mir the invasion of Goa Neh rus intimations that this coun try is antiIndian and Krishna Mcnons arrogance are all part of the picture H o w ever President Kennedy would like to see a halt to American denunciation of Menon The President is as irritated with him as many of the congression al critics are but he feels that Menon is effectively using American attacks to slrengthe his own standing at home persistent rumors that Kennedy plans soon to replace Secretary of Com merce Luther H Hodges are well off target The President i satisfied with the job Hodges i doing and hopes that he wil Forest City plane crash claims life FOREST Mil ler 47 a Forest City area farm er and pilot died Friday at the Forest City hospital of injuries eceivcd in an airplane crash At that time Millers crop praying plane caught a wing on a powerline and was thrown back into a field The plane pulled down 2275 feet of stee cable part of an REA power inc Miller manager of the Fores ity airport was born in Ellis Neb the son of Raymond anc Vera TeffermanMiller survived by his wife Eleanor his parents two sons Donald at home and Jerry of Everly Iowa two daughters Mrs Ei Betty Scott of Trenton Mo and Doris Miller of Everly four brothers Wayne of Ver saillcs Mo Merle of DC Moincs Glen of Titonka an Lloyd of Ventura and a sister Mrs Howard Ola Dezeeuw o Evansville Wis Funeral services will be Mon day at p m at the Firs Baptist Church in Forest City the Rev John Swanson and th Rev Max Goldman officiating Burial will be in the Olen Mound Cemetery at Buffal Center The Olson F u n e r a Home of Forest City is i charge Churchill has signs of early phlebitis LONDON Winsto Churchill 87 recovering froi a broken thigh bone shows sign Cresco boy struck by car dies CRESCO Duanc Gates 4 on of Mr and Mrs Frank ales of near Cresco died Sat rday after being struck by a ar when he ran across a I igh ay to join his mother The hoys mother went shop ing at the Davis food market i Cresco Friday and the young er was in a park across the reel lie ran back across the is Highway 9 in was struck by a a r driven hy Emily Huntling n Cresco The boy was taken to a hos ital where he died at 3 am alurday No charges were filed Funeral arrangements arc ending at the Bradley Funeral lome On the inside Clear Lake News Page 3 Religious Features 45 Mason City News 67 Latest Markets 7 Society News 8 Sports 910 Editorials n Comics 12 Business News 1314 North Iowa News 16 NO WELCOME MAT CONCORD NH Japans entry in the Miss Uni crude cross was burned on a lighway Friday night even as Gov Wesley Powell urged resi lents to welcome a group of Ne gro reverse freedom riders ex jected here soon BEN BELLA IT FIGURES MIAMI BEACH Fla Di pageant Miss Kazuko Hi rano says her measurements are 845690 The measurements are in centimeters A centi meter is about two fifth of an inch N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES remain at the Commerce De of early phlebitis a medical partment Contrary 1o what are bulletin said Saturday Phlebitis is inflammation he veins Usually it affects the legs The Middlesex Hospital r icgT A nt jMiuuieacA tiuiimai saying Rep Joseph W Martin bulletin said the 87yearold for House and former Republican mer BriUsh prime ministcr had a comfortable night National Chairman is going to run for his term this fall He is considered a cinch to carry his district the 14th of This should be good news to Gov Rockefeller because Joe Martin is one of the Rockefellerfor Prcsidcnt men among the old line parly members If Republicans are hoping that former President Eisenhower will lake the hide off President K e n c n d y in his political speeches this year Ihcy will be disappointed Gen Eisenhower is going to join the battle to elect a Republican Congress He will zero in on many politicies of the Kenendy administration particularly in the fiscal field But as of now at least he has no intention of making personal attacks on Mr Kennedy Portuguese Prime Minister Salazars threats lo kick the U S Air Force out of the Azores are not taken too seriously in Washington Such statements are part of the bargaining game Dr Salazar needs money and friends He can get both for continuing U S rights in the Azores when they expire Dec 31 Probable outcome After tough talk by Dr agreement Bil the United will have to pay rent II pays none at present of Atest delayed again HONOLULU The United States planned yet another attempt at exploding a rocketborne nuclear device high over Johnston Island in the Pacific The shot was scheduled for Friday night but was post poned for the third consecutive day because of un favorable weather conditions Accident fatal to 8 PETERSBURG Va persons were killed andsix others seriously injured in a twocar smashup about 10 miles north of here Hell put on weather map WASHINGTON The U S Weather Bureau will now be able to measure the temperature in Hell The bureau notified Sen Philip A Hart DMich that it has officially opened a reporting station at Hell Mich No rigid rule on atom attack WASHINGTON Secretary of Defense Robert S McNamara has let the Russians know the United States has not locked itself into a commitment to j spare Russian cities from destruction in the event of a nuclear war Informed sources said this was the import of words McNamara used in answering ques tions about his strategy which aims at confining any nuclear weapons to military targets as much as possi Tunisians also may move soon Turmoil after independence ALGIERS AP Moroccan troops occupied areas of the Al gerian Sahara Saturday in a new challenge to Nationalist Premier Youssef Ben Kheddas moderate regime Fears arose that Tunisia also would try to make good its claim to parts of the oilrich desert Already reeling from internal turmoil that threatens civil war the Algerian leaders were shocked and disillusioned by the land grabbing move of Moroccos King Hassan II But the Ben Khedda regime appeared powerless to move against the Moroccan occu pation until it had set its own house in order and the Algerian leadership split was still wide Rebellious Deputy Premier Ah med Ben Bella the radical leftist who split with Ben Khedda on the eve of Algerian independence kept up a steady drumfire of criticism of the Algiers regime from his refuge in Cairo In an apparent play for military support he accused Ben Khedda of wanting to liquidate the 140000 man Nationalist army and the popular revolution Defining his iconomic policies he said Frankly I mean socialism In Rabat Mohammed Khider a Ben Bella supporter who resigned rom Ben Kheddas cabinet Jast week accused Ben Khedda of try ng to seize power in Algiers il egally Khider and other Ben Bella supporters have seized pos session of the Algerian Nationalist legation in the Moroccan capital The Moroccan move was dis closed only three days after Al geria was proclaimed independent from France Algerian officials said Moroccan infantrymen moved into several desert posts in the area of Tindouf and Colomb Bechar Tindouf a lead mining center is about GO miles inside Algerian territory from the Moroccan bor der Colom Bechar an important French military base is about 15 miles inside the border Apparent ly no Algerian troops were in either area and French troops there made no move to interfere In Rabat Moroccan officials denied any invasion of Algerian soil claiming that Moroccan troops merely had occupied fron tier territory considered to be Moroccan It was apparent how ever that Morocco did not con sider the territory negotiable King Hassan reportedly had al ready received leaders of local tribes in the occupied areas and Ihcy swore allegiance to the I Moroccan crown 8TH ANNIVERSARY SAIGON South Viet Nam Ht Viet Nam Saturday celebrated the eighth anniver sary of President Ngo Dinh Diems coming to power Photofax NEW CASH CACHE FOUND Police Chief Austin J Conley displays at Jersey City police headquarters bundles of cash which were found in an old garage along with policy slips The cash was found in the same Jersey City neighborhood where earlier this week million in currency was found in an old car Police say they believe the money belongs to impris oned gambler Joseph Newsboy Moriarty Airliner missing in India 94 persons aboard jet BOMBAY India CAP An Italian jetliner carrying 94 per sons vanished in a heavy down pour Saturday while approaching Bombays Santa Crux Airport fours of search failed to reveal any trace of the aircraft Alitalia Airline headquarters in Rome said they assumed the DCS had crashed The airliner reported carrying 85 passengers and 9 crewmen was flying from Sydney Australia to Rome Hours iater there was still no trace of the airliner which could have gone down in mountainous terrain surrounding Bombay or in the Arabian Sea which lies only two miles from the airport Search officials here said they had unconfirmed reports the big intercontinental plane had crashed into a hillside at Khapoli near Poona about 80 miles south east of Bombay The reports said there were no survivors Alitalia officials said however they could not confirm these re ports It was not known whether there were any Americans aboard The plane set out from Sydney with stops scheduled in Darwin Singa pore Bangkok Bombay Karachi Tehran and Rome The Indian government alerted all planes flying in and out of Bombay to keep a close watch or the missing plane which re portedly lost contact near Auran gabad 200 miles northeast of lere Officials said stormy weather delayed immediate dispatch of search planes but police sent out radio patrols to scour greater Bombays 197 square miles some of which are sparsely populated An Indian air force airliner took off at dawn accompanied by an Indian airliner but the low cloud cover forced them to suspend their search Indian naval vessels were also pressed into the search Alitalia officials said in Roma that all the airlines pianes bound west from Bangkok carry enough fuel to overfly Bombay if neces sary and carry them to Karachi or Tehran They said airport of ficials in the Pakistani and Iran ian capitals were being alerted for possible search operations The planes route lay across Indias Western Ghat mountain range which has peaks up to nearly 9000 feet The plane was scheduled to have reached Rome at am GOP Medicare plan defeated on Guadeloupe in the Leeward Is WASHINGTON ance premiums for persons ovcrilante last June 22 killing 113 jof President Kennedys social se65 persons curity health care plan for the clDemocratic leaders oriinallv Also in Junc another Air jderly predicted Saturdayit wouldhad pushed for passage of the Jetliner crashed on take 1 pass the Senate by next Wedncsjministration plan Ihis week nenr 130 persons Word that the airliner had dis appeared followed five major plane disasters this year An Air France jetliner crashed i pass the Senate by day or Thursday a Republican substitute in the from foes of any Sodal Sccurity first voting not a very1 conclusive one on the strongly disputed legislation Only about 15 iiKli uubiitu oy vjti in Their confidence was bolstered senteeism over the Fourth of July the worst sinSIc Planc disaster in by a voice vote defeat Friday of holiday and determined opposition Q inl ititl n t senators were present at the time The substitute was offered by Sen Thruston B Morton RKy He proposed that the program be financed from general revenues of the treasury and provide federal nS there was a need for further payments for private health insurJ Want disaster aid for NW Iowa SPIRIT LAKE Nor man Erbe and Congressman ALMOST SENT INTO ORBIT A Mercury space capsule experienced difficulties but it was on a high way and not on a launching pad A boy was killed at miuiax truckcarrying a duplicate of Col John Glenns Free dom 7 capsule used to promote Defense Bond sales It was the same capsule displayed in Mason City v Jfc T uci i i vl IHG lllolMlyVikl II Pineville Mo when a station wagon collided with a during the North Iowa Band ministration plan Ihis week their hopes were dashed by abi121 of Atlanta Ga in i i 1 f r 1 i cinftirt riliurt ft i c4 civil history A chartered Flying Tiger Line approach Super Constellation disappeared in ilhe Pacific between Guam and Republican leader Everett M the Philippines March 16 with 107 Dirksen of Illinois said he probaboard ably would be willing to consider An American Airlines Boeing a limitation on debate by next 707 Astrojct faltered on takeoff Wednesday Dirksen blocked suchfrom Idlcwild Airport New York a time limit Thursday discussion Sponsors of the administration proposal agreed Friday in re sponse to reporters queries that the plan also would raise the mini mum Social Security retirement payment March 1 killing 95 Presidents dad rejoins the clan HYANNIS Port Miss UPD Prcsident Kennedys father was jdischarged Saturday from the The reason is that one method York hospital where he was of obtaining additional revenue in convalescing from a paralytic by Spirit Lake officials to deter mine whether federal disaster funds are available for flood damaged areas in Iowas Great Lakes region i j Mumming miuiuuudi luvuiiui in iiuui a Jtiiaiyiic huRnvf Tn Ifi f the Kennedv Pa is to raise from stroke and joined the family at to the annual summer home here The on which Social Security taxes are Icnief executive greeted his 73 year old father former ambassa dor Joseph P Kennedy at the akes region This would boost the funds local airport and drove him to An estimated million damage available for retirement payments the familys vacation residence was caused early Wednesday ismce the Portion of the Social Sc whpn nn in m nf taxes used for his nnrnosp when up to 10 inches of raiiicuritv laxcs usccl for this purpose would also be applied to the addi pounded the area in four hours The lakes were still 15 inches above normal Friday and High way 71 just north of Okoboji re mained closed by flood waters B47 EXPLODES ST FRANCIS Kan fiery explosion ripped apart a B47 jet bomber over northwest ern Kansas Friday night killing the pilot and a crewman The copilot parachuted to safety tional base Thus the present monthly maximum for an individual would be raised to and the pay ment for a man and wife from to The GOP substitute defeated Friday was offered by Sen Thrus ton B Morton RKy When Mortons proposal came up he did not ask for a recorded vote and his amendment went down on t voice vote the familys vacation residence Kennedy sat behind the wheel of his white convertible his father beside him SAME DATE   

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