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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 16, 1962, Mason City, Iowa O North Daily Newspaper tU VOL 10 CITY GLOBE newspaper that makes all North lowans MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY AUGUSt H mi HOME EDITION neighbors UOc Paper o Two SectionsSection HI 3 fo holdup Alliance has had troubles Anniversary of JFKs plan By WILLIAM DICKINSON Jr Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTONThe Charter of the Alliance for Progress was signed a year ago Friday by the were vague Two of the United States and all Latin Ameri men were rallpH BOSTON CAP Police uncov red three fingerprints on a urned automobile Thursday as a widespread manhunt was set up or the whitegloved bandits who obbed a mail truck of mil pn in historic Plymouth Tuesday ight Police attached significance to he car because it contained de our road signs similar to one ised by the gangsters inthe hold p on Route 2 in Plymouth The igns have been turned over to he Post Office Department State troopers police the FBI nd a squad of postal inspectors iave set up a roundthelock manhunt for the smoothworking gang that pulled off the biggest cash haul m the nations history Police have broadcast an alarm or five men and a woman De men were called Tony and Buster economic conference in Punta del ot investigators is un der the direction of Chief Postal nspector Henry B Montague 50 can nations except Cuba at an economic confe Este Uruguay ty is ready to call the Alliance the mails Montague flew rom Washington to take charge Washington promised to send tain that it is not yet much of a success Alliance director Teodoro Moscoso told his staff in a recent memorandum that there would be no official celebration of the Al liances first anniversary because none was warranted by the re sults He spoke of the programs spotty progress and of stag gering and frustrating obstacles almost beyond endurance When President Kennedy was asked at a recent news confer ence if he was satisfied or pleasec with the rate of progress so far achieved by the Alliance he sho back Measured by all that needs to be done I think we have to do much better These two comments served general notice i that the Alliance is indee4 a pro gram in trouble V Whats gone vwrohffVsvith the program of ecohhifcprogres and social justice which Presi dent Kennedy christened Alianza para Progreso Some Latin off i cials point toward Washington claiming that much of the money appropriated by Congress for the Alliance still is stuck in the Wash ington pipeline In the summer of 1962 in truth it appeared tha over the preceding 12 months some billion had been com mitted to Alliance uses but thai perhdps only million wai gradually beginning to be spent Additionally it is asserted tha the form of American aid has had low visibility It simply has no been translated into tangible proj ects that the lowincome groups in Latin America can see with their own eyes In short the Al liance has not gained credibilitj with the masses But ft s equally apparent tha many Latin nations have been dragging their feet in instituting the basic economic and social re forms that were to have been th sine qua non of the Alliance Lit tie more than intellectual exer cises is the phrase used in Senate Foreign Relations Com mittee study to describe the long range economic developmen plans submitted to Washington bj some Latin governments In many respects the plans are un realistic the report continued since they are based on expecta tions of performance in the pri vate sector which cannot possiblj be realized without basic change in governmental policies which affect the inducement to inves or the ability to sell and compet abroad The Alliance program envision an annual social and economi investment in Latin America o billion Of this total billion was to be Latin capital public and private billion U government loans and grants million private US capital and million other foreign pri vate capital and money from in ternatlonal lending agencies In digenous capital clearly leavening in this recipe for decade of development But continued flight from som of the local currencies is the words of a special con gressional sen ous threat to the ultimate sue cess of the Alliance This grdu confirmed the estimate of others that up to billion of profit have been taken out of the Lati American area and hidden awa in Zurich London and New York Expropriations in Brazil and th political upheavals in Argentina Peru and other countries likewise hinder efforts to build a climat of confidence for foreign invest meat North Iowa Fair cooler through Friday Lows Thurs day night low 50s Highs Fri day in 70s owa Generally fair through Friday Cooler Thursday night lows 48 to 52 northwest to lower 50s southeast Cooler northeast Friday highs 70s north low 80s south Further Mostly fair warmer Saturday Minnesota Mostly fair warm er Highs Friday near 78 GlobeGazette weather up to 8 a m Thursday Maximum Minimum At 8 a m Precipitation igation service The Post Office he entire force of 1000 inspectors they are needed The driver of the mail truck and he lone guard came to Boston o help make up composite pic ures of the robbers Police plan a patient exhaust ng use of plastic slides each with a facial feature They will be as sembled one after another unti the composite resembles a face which the victims feel resembles a robber Although the estimated mil ion loot exceeded that of the 1950 Brinks robbery as the nations tiggestcash haul the amoun stolen might have been even greater A Post Office Departmen spokesman said the truck some imes carried as much as mil ion on its run from Cape Cod to Boston The robbers must have had in side information said William F Juliette 63 of Somerville who would have been riding guarc aboard the truck except that his vacation started less than arlier The burned sedan a stolen i960 wown and white Oldsmobile wa ound on an uripaved street in the Vlattapan section of Boston Its of Route 3 in Plymouth while they ambushed the truck at 8 pm Tuesday ACTOR ARRESTED character actor Alan Mowbraj for his n u m e r o u j movie roles as a arrested Wednesday night am booked on suspicion of drunken driving Mowbray 66 was re leased on bail data Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 87 55 6L trace 93 61 IKE LEAVES LONDON LONDON iffi Former Presi dent Eisenhower left London in ils World War II private car Thursday for a fiveday golfing vacation in western Scotland rr r P GEORGE HUMPHREY gained N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Cant change moon plans BLACKSBURG Va Dr Werner Von Braun head of the US program to develop rockets powerful enough to send men to the moon said there is no need to change US space plans because of the sensational Soviet dual orbit this week On the contrary Von Braun told newsmen the nation cannot afford to waste time changing things around Poultrymens feathers ruffled DES up in arms at the Iowa State Fair Board for eliminating the poultry show at this years fair are circulating ing that it be reinstated LB Liddy state secretary of agriculture and an exofficio member of the board said he favored keeping the poultry show until he discovered it was primarily a feather show for bird fanciers French to leave India NEW DELHI last formal hold on Indian soil came to an end with the exchange of instruments ceding to India the four coastal enclaves that formed French India Congress honors MacArthur no WASHINGTON Gen Douglas MacArthur runk held several highway detour emerged from a onehour meeting with President Kennedy completely optimistic about the future World role of the United States The former Pacific commander was here to receive from Congress a certificate of appreciation for his role in World War II and the Korean War mm tj nm HOLLYWOOD un veteran Seek end to picketing ntfLvt WASHINGTON Government officials met In urgent session to consider applying for a federal court injunction to stop picketing that has halted work at the US Space Development Center at Hunts ville Ala The strike in its third day threatens to delay the nations moon exploration program Mothers not a common gambler judge decides STOTTVILLE NY states case against Barbara Bar ringer a mother of four and ParentTeacher Association pres dent has been thrown out court She isnt a bier Justice of the Peace Everet MacCormack dismissed the com mongambler charge Wednesda night Mrs Barringer 29 head of th PTA in this Columbia County SPACEMEN IN PLAYFUL MOODRusaianPcosmoX naut Pavel Popovich gives fellow spaceman Andrian Nikblayev a playful hug as they await their tnumphful trip to public acclaim in Moscow this weekend The two are undergoing examinations after bringing their spaceships down following four days in orbit common gam Nickel case in spotlight Humphrey on the stand WASHINGTON CAP George M Humphrey former secretary of the Treasury told Senate stock pile investigators Thursday that he government as well as his mining company gained from a multimilliondollar nickel stock iie contract He said charges of improper profits are just baloney Humphrey wealthy Cleveland ndustrialist and honorary chair man of the M A Hanna Co which handled the nickel opera ions flatly disputed earlier testi mony before a Senate subcommit ee about excessive profits or spe cial treatment on the contracts His defending statement left to other Hanna officials due to testi y later any answer to accusa ions by government auditors that the nickei contracts involved im proper accounting and destruction of important company records Of all Hie stockpile contracts to expand production ot nickel need ed for the defense stockpiles Humphrey said the Hanna con tracts involved the most efficieh use of the least government mon ey either per pound of nicke bought or per pound of capacity created and it is surely one o the comparatively few case where every cent of its expend ure has already been fully repaid to the government with interest Humphrey 72 appeared volun tarily before the special armed services subcommittee headed by Sen Stuart Symington DMo which has been probing the billion defense stockpiles President Kennedy had urged the investigation early this year saying some billion of sur pluses existed and thesemight in dicate abuses or unconscionable profits Humphrey a member of forme President Dwight D Eisenhower Cabinet from 1953 to 1957 disput ed earlier testimony by govern ment auditors and estimates bj senators that Hanna profits from the nickel operations were t million or more He said the net profit to Hann over the sevenyear period wa while the governmen was acquiring nickel at belov market prices and also receiving income taxes from the Hanna nickel operation of million withholding taxes of million foi Hanna nickel employes and ap proximately million for powe from the Bonneville Dam Humphrey said the deal tha launched the nickel mine at Rid die Ore was negotiated unde the Harry Truman administration He said it was completed a fev days before he took office in thi Eisenhower administration and was peanuts in comparison with a very much larger project em bracing the building of the million development of iron mine community had been arrested by state police Saturday night as she operated a wheel of fortune at a carnival The fair was sponsored by the Stottville Recreation Com mittee to raise funds for a com munity swimming pool The 75 persons who attended the hearing broke into sustained ap plause after the dismissal was granted State police said the raided the fair after receiving a complaint that a 16yearold boy had won a bottle of wine at the wheelof fortune booth FORD BOND DIES NEW YORKun Ford Bond 57 former radio announcer and radio and television producer died Wednesday at SI Croix Virgin Islands He retiredfrom the field nine years ago to go into the building business in the Virgin Islands he was working at the time Humphrey defended by Re publican senators said hi stockholdings in the Hanna firm did not influence his decision as secretary of the treasurj one dot Further he said i tary I owned that stock he said I couldnt burn U up I couldn bury it If I sold it I would be a substantial bank deposito and banks are directly unde control of the secretary of th Treasury Humphrey recalled that the Senate Finance committee knev TO THE RESCUE Mason City Fire Chief Boyd Arnold with glasses and members of the Aut Swenson Thrill cade team place stuntman Dave Norris on a makeshift stretcher after Norris was injured performingthe slide for life No ambulance was at the scene when the injury occurred and the men had to use a ramp from the Thrillcades equipment as a stretcher leads judging at fair By CHUCK WALK GlobeGazette Farm Editor Franklin County once again las swept the junior livestock judging contests at the North towa Fair For the fourth straight year the Franklin County 4H team won the 4H division of the con test and for the third time in four years the Hampton Future Final day of North Iowa Fair Kids Day a big free variety show in the afternoon and the traditional big car races at night were the feature attrac tions of the final day of the North Iowa Fair Thursday There was plenty of excite ment Wednesday as Aut Swen sons Thrillcade performed in front of the grandstand A mem ber of the daredevil crew was injured and wound up in the hospital with serious head in juries In the fourth act of the show stunt man Dave Norris about 30 climbed on the back of a Thrillcade car to perform what is called the slide for a stunt where he swings from a Farmers of America FFA purebred Shorthorn heifer of the team won in its division So Tom Johnson Lafimer who Tuesday showed the champion THURSDAY Imperial Shows on Midway Kids Day Free admission into grounds for young sters under 16 Rides at special reduced rates until 6 pm car races at grandstand Commercial exhibits will be open until 8 pm iiufiiuu ui uuij in Quebec and Labrador on which bumper of a car and slides on his back while a car traveling 50 miles per hour pulls him through a circle of flames on the ground has perfomed stunts of this type for 12 years safely from the back of the car but before he got in district junior show was the top individual judge of the 4H di vision He scored 432 out of a m counties teams from nine Second and third places in tha field 4H individual division of tha On f he inside Editorials Page 4 Comics 6 Society News 8910 Sports Latest Markets 14 Mason City News 1415 Clear Lake NewsT7 North Iowa News 20 Jefferson man is new judge DES MOINES AP David Harris 35 of Jefferson Thursday was named judge in Iowas 16th Judicial District by Gov Nor man Erbe Harris replaces William C Han son recently appointed as a rov ing federal judge in Iowa Harris a Republican is now serving his second term as Greene County attorney He attended the made a lot of sense to keep of lne car but before he got in attorney He attended the his stock while serving as secrefhe position his feet dug State University of Iowa and SUI into the ground on the dirt track He Was pulled forward by the car He over the air and then was Law School on his face for about 25 feet before the car was stopped No ambulance was at the scene so Norris was placed on a ramp from the Thrillcades equipment and wheeled outside of his holdings when it approved placed on the back of a convert him for the Cabinet post on Jan iblc He was taken outside the 19 1953 The committee in track area where Thrillcade charge of it said I suouldn he testified I abide by their decision men waited for the ambulance Norriss condition was des ctibed as fair SAME DATEW13I4 Sitfct Department rM Trtffta contest went to Dean mann Latimer and Neilan Han son Hampton respectively Fahrmann had 420 points and Hanson had 411 points Fourth place in the individual division of the 4H contest went to Leigh St Clair of Grundy County St Clair paced his team to second place in the team con test Hardin County was third in the 4H division and Humboldt County was fourth Nine coun ties participated in the 4H di vision In the FFA division Hamp tons team scored 809 points six more than second place Charles City Belmond was third followed by Osage and Mason City respectively Top individ ual judge of the FFA division was Joe Fowler Hampton with 283 points Merlin Wenzel Charles City was second with 274 points Dave Flint coached the win ning Hampton FFA team and Cark Rahder coached the Frank lin County 4H team Sixteen teams participated in the FFA contest Veteran exhibitors captured the majority of the purple rib bons in the three open livestock shows judged Wednesday Those shows were sheep swine and dairy In the open sheep show which was the second largest show of its kind in the state this year top awards went to Gene Lewis Cresco Howard Seeley Algona Carl Peters Panora Paul Fred ericks Orient and Dewey Harp er Bloomfield All the tbove breeders snowed champion rams of the sheep show Lewis had the champion Southdown Seely had the cham pion Cheviot and Columbia Pe ters had the Hampshire and Suf folk Fredricks had the cham pion Shropshire and Harper had the champion Corriedale Champion ewes of the show went to Harper Corriedale Harper Southdown Peters Hampshire Richard Uoc St Ansgar Suffolk Erwin Davis Nevada Cheviot and William Fritz Wesley Columbia Dwight Darwin p m ont judged the
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