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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 5, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper fritted for the CITY GLOBE The HOME EDITION VOL in newspoper that makes all North lowans rrm run wta UASON NOVEMBER 5 W2 neighbors Ue fftcttpn OM Cuba OKs Red Cross cargo check One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO W01 AM 134S Ti A country God pretty much forgot 3R A B O U T 15 YEARS Ive been keeping score Ive contacted scores of Ameri cans who made the acquaint ance of the Southwest Pacific during World War II Only two of that number have expressed a desire to return to the scene of their miseries One of these was Dr Charles W Mayo one of the best known men in the field of medicine The other was a man named Fred Hargesheimer who now his wife and three White Bear Lake Minn In both cases it was the people not the land that drew them back And both of them did go back The story of Dr Mayos dis tinguished service in that far away part of the world has been told in magazines and books Our paths crossed in Washing ton D C on the anniversary of Peart Harbor Day As we boarded a plane at Friendship Airport Baltimore he told me of his tentative plans to return to nii wartimehaunts Sine then his plans have been car ried out The Har0esheimer story is equally interesting Its filled with suspense and human in terest I heard him relate it to a group of business and pro fessional men not long ago Ho spoke in simple narrative The facts were dramatic They needed no embroidering A graduate of Iowa State University at Ames Hargeshei mer enlisted in the air corps His tour of duty took him to the Southwest Pacific On a recon naissance run over New Britain off the northeast coast of New Guinea was shot down by the Japanese For a month or so he wandered about the jungle liv ing off the land in a land wholly strange to him after his emer gency rations ran out He prayed as Eddie Rickenbacker once prayed in his lonely life raft At last he was discovered by a native And thats where his story really begins Over language barriers and in the face of danger from the Japanese the primitive natives of a tiny village called Nan tambu guarded him and housed him When he was seized with malaria the only known cure in that part of the world was mothers milk It was forthcom ing and it proved effective When the Japanese came tothe village the young American was removed to a hideout in a hollow tree j Ultimately it was a matter of several weeks an American submarine appeared at the con fluence of a river at an ap pointed hour and Fred Harge sheimer was rescued But he had left a part of his heart in that fleabitten little village in habited by natives imbued with rudimentary Christian ideas brought to them by missiona ries Two years ago in the spring of 1960 Fred Hargesheimer returned to that distant village in the South Pacific He found it amazingly like it was when he left There had been a few births and a few deaths but the population was less than half a hundred The natives remem bered him and he remembered them It was a touching home coming Somewhere along the line and It could have been in connection with that return to Nantambu Hargesheimer resolved that in gratitude to the villagers had rescued him and nursedhim back to health he would ex plore the possibilities of start Twm to Pate 2 Please Still no progress on base inspection FKOM OUE WIRE SERVICES GENEVA international committee of the Red Cross said Monday the Cuban government has agreed to let Red Cross inspectors check cargoes of Cubabound Communist ships for hidden arms But the committee warned it cannot assume direct responsi bility for the control action and said this remains the direct affair of the United Nations and the nations concerned The statement from the headquarters of the allSwiss body here said the Red Cross had been informed by the United Na tions that Cuba now agrees to the control of ships coming to Cuban ports by Red Croos inspectors The United States and the Soviet Union already have accepted such an arrangement In Washington White House press secretary Pierre Salinger declined to comment on the Geneva announcement Tension appeared to have eased for the time being But U S officials stressed that the basic problem of removing Soviet from Cuba under inter Eleanors condition naUonal inspection remained remains serious nov oHvuto WUUiU IHAC paii in me YORK UPI Eleanor operation which would last about Roosevelt confined to her home anemia and a lung infec remained in serious condi Monday The former first with tion tion ladys condition was describee as very weak Monday a family spokesman said Mrs Roosevelts condition remains the same She is resting quiet ly A Nussbaum sits trays filled with cigarette stubs and a newspaper an nouncing the capture of herhusbandrAlbert Nuss tf 28 accused bank robber who had been on the FBIs list of 10 most wanted After hours of questioning by the FBI Mrs Nussbaum admitted that her husband had telephoned her Nussbaums motherinlaw reportedly tipped the FBI he was in Buffalo ALBERT NUSSBAUM 825000 expected to hike to polls in Iowa DES MOINES battle or a seat in the US Senate con tinued Monday on the eve of Iowas general election after the candidates for governor wound up their campaigns with weekend ap pearances These two races are the top atloopers Senate seat conducted tractions in the election which is lastminute television appeals expected to draw about 825000 lowans to the polls Tuesday Republican Sen Bourke B Hickenlooper and E B Smith Democratic challenger for Hicken N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES GOP eyes governor posts WASHINGTON Republicans looking toward the 1964 presidential contest nurture high hopes of winning key governors posts when about 50 million Americans go to the polls Tuesday But in an interim election which may be influenced by the continuing crisis over Cuba Democrats are expected to come close to holding their own in House contests and even talked of the possibility of small Senate gains Sit in convictions heard WASHINGTON The Supreme Court began hearing arguments on a series of southern sit in convictions with the ultimate ruling expected to pro vide a new key decision in the racial integration con troversy Adenauer acts to save coalition BONN West German Chancellor Adenauer has fired one government official and suspended an other to save his coalition government from collapse The crisis arose from a security raid on a news majr azme Fourth chlorine tank salvaged VIDALIA La hauled up the last of four tanks of deadly chlorine submerged in the Mississippi River near here The tanks had held a threat for 80000 local residents for a month Deformity cause of slaving LIEGE Belgium A 25yearold mother told a court between sobs that she killed her thalidomide deformed baby because of the nagging thought that my child would all its life reproach me for the way I brought it into this world Suzanne Coipel Van de Put admitted before an overflowing courtroom that she killed her oneweek old armless daughter the voters Monday night Hickenlooper seeking a fourth sixyear term will await the out come of the election in Cedar Rapids Tuesday night with Smith planning to watch returns at his home in Ames The battle for the governorship between Republican incumbent Norman Erbe of Boone and Dem ocrat Harold Hughes of Ida Grove ended Sunday night when Hughes made a final appearance in Des Moines Erbes last campaign bid was at Corydon Saturday night He planned to spend Monday in the governors office vote in Boone Tuesday and then get the returns at the governors mansion in Des Moines Hughes plans to vote in Ida Grove Tuesday before returning to his hotel headquarters in Des of Moines to await the outcome ihe election Hughes and Erbe have generat ed the most interest because of their clash over liquor by the drink proposals Iowa is bypassed by frigid wave lowans relaxed Monday after an expected cold wave bypassed the state and the weatherman predicted fair and warmer con ditions for Tuesdays election Partly cloudy skies with highs in the upper 30s in the northeast and the mid 40s in the southwest prevailed Monday The election day weather should be composed of generally fair skies and tem peratures from the upper 40s in hc northeast to the mid 50s in the southwest However more cold weather is forecast for Wednesday In creasing cloudiness should be accompanied by slightly warmer readings in the southwest But at the same time coidcr air should move into the northwest unsolved Approximately 30 Red Cross inspectors would take part in the a month the statement said It said the inspection would take place on the high seas and it was therefore assumed that Red Cross inspectors would be operating from USi ship now blockading Cuba The Red Cross statement said the Cuban operation is beyond the conventional and traditional cope of the humanitarian mis sion of the Red Cross It said however that in the superior interests of peace anc in a desire to save the people from the scourge of war the Red Cross was prepared to lenc its good offices Paul Ruegger a former presi dent of the committee wul fly to New York Tuesday to ar range details of the control op eration with American Russian Cuban officials The Red Cross said its defi nite rest on Rueggers mission But there ap peared little doubt the operation would begin soon the Red Cross was first brought into the Cuban picture ast Thursday when Soviet First DeputyPremier Anastas Mikoy an suggested to UN Acting Secretary General U Thant that the international body might su pervise both the shipment of goods into Cuba through the American blockade and also the dismantling of Soviet missile Jases there The Red Cross confirmed Sat urday it was prepared to use its ood offices if all parties were n agreement but made no men ion of supervising the dismant ing of the bases Mondays statement was also silent on that subject At the same time Washing on is convinced the missile jases are coming down Their destruction is almost complete Edward M Martin assistant secretary of state for inter American affairs said Zsa Zsa weds industrialist in 2nd best mink NEW YORK UPI Actress Isa Zsa Gabor 37 Monday married industrialist Herbert L Hulner 53 in simple civil cere North Iowa Fair and warmer Monday night lows in upper 20s Partly cloudy and warm er Tuesday highs in upper 40s Iowa Generally fair and warm er Monday night lows 3035 Partly cloudy and warmer Tuesday highs in the 50s Fur ther outlook increasing cloudiness and a little warm er Wednesday except turning colder with snow flurries northwest FiveDay Iowa Temperatures will average near to slightly above normal in Iowa during the five days Tuesday through Saturday Normal highs are 48 to 54 and normal lows are 30 to 34 Warmer Tuesday with minor fluctuations there after No precipitation of con sequence indicated Minnesota Partly cloudy warmer Highs Tuesday in 50s Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 am Monday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Sunrise Sunset 48 20 21 46 20 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum GlobeGazette weather data up 8 am Sunday Maximum 43 Minimum 29 Precipitation tr serum linked to polio cases LINCOLN Neb UPD A U S Public Health Service said Monday it las found evidence strongly in dicating a relationship between a Nebraska polio outbreak and Type III Sabin oral vaccine Dr Paul Glezen chief of the USPHS polio surveillance team aid investigation showed that line persons developed an ill ness compatible with acute polio Between 7 and 22 days after aking Type III Sabin vaccine Glezen who is medical epi demilogist with the USPHS in Kansas City Mo said the at ack rate for paralytic disease ssociated with Type III vac ine was nine cases per million xsrsons receiving the vaccine n Nebraska Glezen said the study showed hat approximately 932000 dos monies Dressed in pink and wearing i i not my best a mink coat mink but the only one that natchcs my dress Miss iabor told reporters this her ourth marriage definitely was er last It was the second marriage or Hutner chairman of the oard of Slruthers Wells Corp ngincering and manufacturing quipment makers of Harrison Y Hutners first wife Marjorie Mayer divorced him in Mexico Oct 1 on grounds of incompata bility Miss Gabor said that she had known Hutner for several years but did not begin dating him un til about three weeks ago I dont sec married men she said She said she saw Hutner dancing with another woman at a ball I decided I would have to get him away from her Miss Gabor said Of course I did it immediately GORED BY BULL OWATONNA Minn An elderly Owatonna farmer was gored to death by a bull Sunday night The victim was Joseph C Springer 80 s of Type III vaccine were ad ninisiered in Nebraska during he past summer as part of the mass immunization clinics He said about 600000 Nebraskans did not receive the vaccine Outpost abandoned Nehru ceasetire bid NEW DELHI Minister Nehru has Soviet Premier Khrushchevs call for an im mediate unconditional ceasefire in the undeclared bor der war between India and Communist China The repqrt coincidedwith official disclosure of a serious set back for India on the western sector of the disputed border and the reported massive buildup of Red troops and equipment on the eastern sector Indian officials confirmed that Nehrus reply to Khrush hev s latest letter was sent to Moscow Monday They refused to said But informed sources said that Nehru repeated his demand that Red troops pull back to positions held before launching the Weatherwax member of quartet dies DES MOINES AP L Tom Veatherwax member of the Wea herwax Brothers Quartet that mmortalized The Little Brown Church in the Vale has died Services were held Monday or Weatherwax 71 who died Sat urday of a str6ke at Veterans Hospital here He had lived in Dec 36 years and Ruler Co operated the Circline The Weatherwax quartet was headline of the Redpath Lyceum and RedpathVawter Chautauqm circuits before War I Th quartet traveled in stal and Canada The first tune they sang The Little Brown Church in the Vale was in answer to a request by a St Louis audience about 1911 The four brothers were reared n Charles City only 15 miles rom the Little Brown Church ear Nashua Portraits of the rothershang in the church He leaves his widow Laura a aughter Mrs Ardyce Jean fumy Peoria 111 and two mothers William of Clarence and Lester of Wichita Kan The other rother Asa died in 1939 On the inside Editorials Page 4 Clear Lake News 6 Society News iQ11 1314 North Iowa News 15 Latest Markets 14 Mason City News UU Comics TB offensive last Sept 8 in advance of any ceasefire or peace negotiations Communist China recently proposed that both sides with draw their troops 125miles from the present line of con trol while representatives from Peiping and New Delhi fry to esolve the border dispute by negotiations India immediately urned down the proposal A defense ministry spokes nan told newsmen that Indian orces have abandoned a major Jutpost guarding the Karakoram pass entry into the Indian sub ontinent in northern Ladakli On the opposite eastern sector of the 1000mile border Chinese Communist troops and equip ment poured into the Indian monastery town of Towang hi the northeast frontier agency in apparent preparation for an other major attack The spokesman said the west ern sector post at Daulet Beg lOWiwaevacuated la few days DANISH LEADER DIES COPENHAGEN Denmark W R Knudscn 58 Den marks minister of finance died unday of a heart attack Knud en a Socialist previously had erved as minister of the in erior ago as part of a planned with drawal of forces from north era Ladakh Daulet Beg Oldi was the ma or military command post in he Chipchap Valley The pokesman said he did not know vhether Red troops had occu post but added If they are Uiey are in better position to control Kara Pass The spokesman acknowledged hat Daulet Beg Oldi was situ ted west of the line which Piping said originally in 1956 the boundary Informed ources said it was one of two laces where the Reds hava ushed across the line Peiping evised the line in 1360 to add nother 2000 square miles to its laims in Ladakh SAME DATEmi550 Rites on Tuesday for Iowas Fred Maytag II NEWTON AP This lown mourned Monday the untimely death of its leading citizen Fred Maytag II the thirdgeneration head of he appliance company bearing his name AUhdugh suffering from ah in operable cancer remained ac tive until a couple of weeks ago as chairman of the board of the Maytag Co Then he was confined at home and with his wife and four children around him died Sunday afternoon at the age of 51 The funeral services to be fol lowed by cremation will be pri vate at 2 pm Tuesday at St Stephens Episcopal Church But there will be a public memorial service at 2 pm Wednesday at First Methodist Church Maytag was about two months short of his 52nd birthday next Jan 8 and had devoted most of life to the company since his high school days when he worked summer vacations in the machine shops After schooling at Culver Mili icry Academy and the University of Wisconsin he served the com pany as sales representative vice president from 1936 to 1940and then 20 years as president until 1960 when he organized a new set up in which he became chairman of the board The first presence of illness ap peared in 1959 After that he un derwent four abdominal opera tions the latest last April Developments in the home laun dry appliance business prevented Maytag from pursuing what ap peared to be a promising career in politics A Republican he was elected to the Iowa Senate and served in the 1947 and 1949 sessions But he did not seek another term or aspire to any other office Instead he devoted his attention to a new Maytag plant that had been built at his direction to man ufacture automatic washing ma chines However he did not lose con tact with politics In 1952 and be was chairman of the Iowa Re publican presidential conventions and a was a delegate to the GOP national convention in 1960 FRED MAYTAG was first stricken with cancer in 1359 when he had sur gery fora small intestinal tumor   

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