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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 3, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North Daily Newspaper Edited for Him VOL II MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper that makes all North lowcns neighbors HOME EDITION Preu ind United Press teterMttaeit fill MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY DECEMBER 3 OOc Paper ContUU ot Two OM No 2S4 One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO 1306 PB Sun WOI frIO WTAD Quiaey 930 n W8UI Citj Sit stlS De Gaulle may be the exception stuff out of which fame is made is pretty fragile The p u b 1 i cs appreciation of its heroes often proves ephemeral The sports world provides the most immediate example of this but what I plan to talk about in this commentary is by no means limited to baseball or football Democracies are notoriously ungrateful to their wartime leaders Remember Woodrow Wilson He was repudiated after World War I when the Senate refused to ratify US member ship in the League of Nations Remember Winston Churchill I do in a special way I was in Britain and continental Europe on a war correspondence mission when the tide turned against Hitler A year before the fighting ceased my Britisjj friends were predicting that the country would make a quick change in its governmental lead ership They were right Church ill was turned out of office less than three months after World War II ended in Europe Any number of like cases could be mentioned But I want to cut through to the subject of this visit with you Frances Charles de Gaulle He had his hour of glory when France was trying to pick up the pieces after about five years of German oc cupation But he was treated to a brushHoff and was irii retire ment for a dozen years when in 1958 he returned to the Paris scene in the role of Man on Horseback De Gaulle had gone down fighting for a setup which would give France a strong and stable government in these tempes tuous years immediately after the war He had seen the havoc wrought by the multipleparty system in combination with a wholly unrealistic and ineffec tive parliamentary setup with no inherent power in the office of president It isnt to be doubted that when he was summoned back to power in 1958 the thing upper most in his mind was establish ing and bequeathing to his be loved France a governmental setup that would help restore her to the high place among na tions that she once enjoyed In recent weeks there have been three developments of his toric moment in the realization of this goal These took the form of national elections I shall come back to them later in this commentary For a time though I like to have a backward look at the record of the Fifth Re public under De Gaulles lead ership Its a story of outstand ing achievement Currency reform liquidation of the French empire in Africa and settlement of the Algerian conflict have been followed by unprecedented prosperity at home and enhanced prestige abroad Some might dispute the contention that liquidating an empire and releasing Al geria from its status of mem bership in the French RepubSi are to be set down as achieve ments but the people of France have so indicated in the three recent elections One of the first and most im portant accomplishments of thc Fifth Republic after De Gaulle in June of 1958 had been cloaked with power to govern France by decree for six months was rehabilitation of the franc within the frame work of a free and open econ omy De Gaulle and Finance Min ister Antoine Pinay in radio and TV messages on Dec 28 1958 outlined a policy of aus terity designed to lay the groundwork for a sound econ omy De Gaulle spoke these words We have adopted and shall put into effect tomorrow a com plete program of financial economic and social measures that places the nation on foundation of truth and austcr iic Turn to 2 Please A FOGGY DAY IN BUFFALO TOWN About the worst that anybody can say about the nations weather is that the warm air has brought plenty of fog Buffalo N Y will endorse that statement Only v j PhotoJax the tops of these two tall office buildings are visible as the bank of fog rolled in from Lake Erie Its not surprising that air traffic was curtailed and driving conditions were made hazardous Russ planes leave Cuba Grandma collects Fuselages spotted on ships decks Resume talks at UN She gambled on twins DENVER UP Jeanne Gall will receive check for from Lloyds of London simply because she gambled more than half a year ago that her daughter would birth to a second set of twins The Denver housewife paid for a insurance policy witti the famous London insurance firm to the effect that her daughter Joan Martin 27 Denver would deliver the sec ond set The gamble paid off Saturday with the birth of twin girls I got the idea while watching a TV quii show Galla said One of the panelists mentioned it was possible to take out such a policy Under Lloyds terms a twin policy must be taken out be fore the prospective mother is three months pregnant It allows for twins premature birth up to a sixweek period And the twins must live at least 24 hours following birth before Lloyds will pay off the 3 dead in North Iowa accidents BIG DEMANDrT h i s new Christmas stamp cant be printed fast enough to satisfy the demand The Post Office has ordered a printing of 600 million Previous high for a special issue was 300 million for the Mercury Astronaut Stamp in honor of John Glenns space flight Its the first stamp ever printed for the holiday season The heavy demand in Mason City has forced a temporary rationing of 0 stamps per sale Iowafederal tax data study signed DBS MOINES M Gov Norman Erbeand Comptroller Marvin Selden signed papers Monday implementingan exchange of income taxf information between the federal Internal Revenue Service and the Iowa Tax Commission said the could eventually mean an extra milnon a year for the Iowa treasury He added that mechanics of the exchange still are to be set up He said its first results probably will not be apparent until the next biennium when it produce an additional mil n Recount petition filed by Rolvaag an lion A major aim of the program is to catch up with people who file one set of income and tax figures with the federal government and report different figures or none at all to the state 250 pigs on loose after truck crash NEW pigs were killed or had to be de stroyed after a doubledeck stock truck tipped over on High should way 63 south of here Sunday night Ernest Wilson 22 Ogdens burg Wis was driving the stock truck loaded with 250 feeder pigs He was on the way to Cedar Falls According to Sheriff Galen Folkers Wilson lost control of the truck and crashed into the ditch demol ishing the truck Authorities spent four hours rounding up stray pigs Those recovered were driven into a nearby pasture and secured for the night Wilson escaped witha slight cut on the forehead state Selden said The agencies also will exchange information on adults where ad ditional income is due The system using magnetic ujomm uaing IIiaglrcLIC r tapes and punched cards also will and the court was expected exchange information on fnol to outline the mechanics of the Poison charge Only good dog is a hot dog SHELL Luit jens 65 Shell Rock was arworld Communist affairs rested by Butler County sheriffs officers and charged with in ijuries to beasts rous He was accused of poisoning suPrabloc policy as traitors of ithree dogs in Shell Rock on thc proletariat and running dogs n Nov 20 He appeared in justice us imperialism of the peace court Sunday and was freed under bond Officers said he told them ithat thc only good dog is a hot dog could be done before Christ The petition was filed in Freeborn County district court exchange information on fuel lu uune ine mec motor vehicle and other taxes recount Procedure Erbe who mentioned the agree ment often during his recent un successful campaign for reelec tion called it one of the most important steps yet taken in col lection of state income taxes He said the plan aimed at collecting all the taxes permitted by law has been developing for about 18 months Another 14 or 15 states have similar agreements with the In ternal Revenue Service Selden said Tito heads for Moscow parley MOSCOW APIPresident Tito of Yugoslavia a Communist with strong overtones headed Mon day for Moscow talks with Soviet Premier Khrushchev ac companied by the taunts and jibes of the Peking radio Titos trip was billed as a vaca tion It was not known if he would visit other cities before silting down with Kremlin leaders for a discussion that is sure to in clude the rift in MoscowPeking relations and its meaning for As Titos expedition got under ay the Peking radio blasted thc Tito group and its notorious KILLED ON BIRTHDAY SHENANDOAH Ivan M Johnson Essex was killed Mon a day his 65th birthday and five members of a Viilisca family were injured in a two car col lision SAME DATE W2544 ALBERT LEA Minn UPI for Lt Gov Karl Rolvaag Monday formally filed AP Photofax NET erator Joan Weskob 23 hoped these threemonthold leopard cubs wouldnt spot her wear ing a leopard skin coat as she posed with them in Salisbury Rhodesia Africa The ani mals named A Lot of Trouble and No Trouble were netted inline bush when they were about two weeks old after their mother had abandoned them N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Farmerfederal showdown nears MOUND CITY marshals planned for a showdown with embattled farmers who have barricaded a building in this tiny village and dared the government to remove Agriculture Department records The government wants to shift regional rec ords from Mound City which is a county seat to the slightly larger town of Herreid S D Mound City men say they wont let the government do it Interne admits butchering wife NEW YORK A hospital interne from India confessed killing his pregnant wife with morphine and putting her dismembered body into a refriger ator because of her continuous pining for her home land Police said Ramish Jain 25 admitted injecting three grains of morphine into his wife Keruna 17 telling her it was a sedative Russ reject Atest ban plan GENEVA The Soviet Union rejected neutral nations proposals for a nuclear test ban Soviet dele gate Semyon Tsarapkin said the neutral proposals do not reflect the Soviet position Chinese leaving rear areas only EELHI Prime Minister Nehru reported that the Chinese Communists appear to be with drawing troops from rear areas but are holding fast to front line positions in Indias North East Frontier Agency Nehru admitted however that the situation is confusing and he did not go so far as to accuse Peking of going back on its word Special prices to hunters WESTMORELAND N H The deer season has opened m southern New Hampshire and farmer red Dinkle erected a sign with this suggestion to hunters why go home empty handed Take home a cow Special prices between Dec 1 and 21 Young Osage pair Marble Rock man Three North lowans died dur ing the weekend as a result of motor vehicle accidents A young Osage couple was killed early Sunday when their car went out of control on High way 105 and crashed one mile west of St Ansgar Killed were Russell Dean Hut zeli 22 who was driving and lis wife Donna Kay 19 Mrs Hutzell died at the scene of the accident and he died shortly afterward in the Mitchell County Memorial Hospital of chest and lead injuries According to highway patrol man Leland Sellers the Hutzells were traveling east on a itraight stretch of road The car went into the ditch on the op posite side of the road hit an embankment and rolled over The Hutzells were thrown out and the foreign compact car completely demolished Surviving are two sons Steven and Russell Jr Mrs Hutzell is survived by her parents Mr and Mrs Earl Luther St Ans gar four brothers Larry Den nis Roger and Gary and two sisters Shirley and Betty Lou all at home Hutzells parents arc Mr and Mrs Donald Hutzell St Ans gar three sisters Mrs Dean Gunsallus Riccvillc Mrs Shir ley Beyer Osagc Barbara at home five brothers Donald Jr and Curtis Mason City Rich ard Ronald and James all at home Funeral services for the couple will be Tuesday at 2 pm at Our S a v i o rs Lutheran Church Osagc The Rev Obcrt Hovcn will officiate assisted by Pastor R M Christiansen Osagc Buriai will be in Osagc Cemetery with Schrocdcr Houg Funeral Home St Ans gar in charge William George Wedeking 79 a retired Marble Rock farmer died Saturday afternoon in the Cedar Valley Hospital Charle City He was injured when hi cRiip truck collided with semitruck driven by Loui Pinta 40 Ames owned by the Sioux City Oil Co The accident occurred near Charles City on Highway 14 Pinta told authorities the Wcdc king pickup slowed suddenly in front of him As he attemptct to pass it the semi struck the left rear of the pickup Funeral services will be Tues day at 2 pm in the Marble Rock Methodist Church Burial will he in Hillside Cemetery Marble Rock with Hauser Fu ncral Home Charles City in charge Surviving are a daughter Mrs Ruth Bartlctl and a son Arlic both of Marble Rock foin grandchildren and two great grandchildren North Iowa Partly cloudy through Tuesday Continued mild Monday night lows in low 40s Cooler Tuesday highs near 50 Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average 15 to 18 degrees above normal Tuesday throua Saturday If will remain un seasonably mild with only minor daily temperature changes Normal highs are in the 30s Normal lows are from 15 to 20 in the north to the 20s in the south Precipitation will average 10 to 20 of an inch in scattered showers mostly the latter part of the week Minnesota Cloudy north fair south cooler Highs Tuesday in 40s GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Monday Maximum 62 Minimum 43 Precipitation Trace Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum 41 Minimum 35 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Sunday Maximum Minimum WASHINGTON Rus sians have begun taking their L28 bombers out of Cuba the Defense Department announced Monday Asst Secretary of Arthur Sylvester announced that first of a reported 30 01more twinjet bombers are in the proc ess of being withdrawn Photographs taken by US patrol planes indicate that the Russian ship Okhotsk was moving off the northern coast of Cuba ou Saturday with three bomber fuse lages visible on its deck Sylvester told a news conference Pictures show the fuselages to be IL28 aircraft he said Sylvester also said that analysis of information apparently gath ered by US reconnaissance air craft indicates that as of last Friday IL28s were being disman tled at the San Julian airfield on the western tip of Cuba Pictures of the Okhotsk at sea were to be made available later A defense spokesman said he was unable to say how many air fields have been used by the IL28s He said they have ap peared and reappeared in differ ent places 65 39 On the Inside Editorials North Iowa News 5 Society News 131415 1718 Latest Markets 20 Mason City News 2021 Comics 24 Clear Lake News 25 The last official figure on the number of these nuclearcapable bombers sent by the Russians into Cuba was more than 20 Re liable reports since have indicated the number is about 30 On Nov 21 it was announced that US Navy P2V patrol planes would check outwardbound ships to see whether they were carrying IL28s back to Russia At the time a spokesman said it probably would take about 30 days to complete the operation The bombers were detected in Cuba at about the same time that American reconnaissance pilots discovered the buildup ballistic missile bases on the is land in October President Kennedy placed first priority on removal of the missiles but also categorized the bombers as offensive weap ons and demanded their removal as well The San Julian air field where Hie IL28s were seen being dis mantled is on the western tip of Cuba At the United Nations mean while US and Soviet negotia tors resumed talks on the Cuban crisis following the directive of President Kennedy and Soviet i Deputy Premier Anastas MU koyan to pursue them to a con elusion The United States negotiating team met with the Russian team at the Waldorf Astoria Ho tel It was the first closed ses sion not held at either the US or Soviet missions The Russians were lunch guests of the Ameri cans High of 62 sets record r Iowas spell of springlike Mason Citys 62 exceeded weather showed few signs of mov exceetiecl ing on Monday Temperatures reached record n highs for a Dec 2 at some places in thc state Sunday and there was a chance that more records would be set Monday The mercury climbed to 66 atj Ottunnvi Burlington and Cedar Rapids Sunday Spencer had the coolest reading of 56 Mason City Waterloo Otlumwa Dubuque Davenport Burlington and Lamoni reported record high temperatures for Dec 2 previous high reading for the degrees set in 1932 A light shower even brought a tinge of green to lawns and shrubbery Thc unseasonably warm weath er sent violets and roses into bloom at Hamburg Strawberries also were ripening and being picked Temperatures Tuesday will be 5 to 10 degrees cooler than Mon day but stiil mild for this of year   

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