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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 5, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper f tftod w MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL Iff The Associated Presi nd United Pnu FuU Wire newspaper that makes oil North lowons neighbors MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 5 HOME EDITION UOc a Paper ConsUU of No 254 Fires of Hoffa in courtroom pellet gun rnto federal court where the Teamsters un WaS aild fired at him from a u his down was hit several am 3 b th but was aa Th helPed the chunky Hoffa beat him to the and bidding taken the courtroom handcuffed as Warren Swanson Washington S marshal Elmer Disspayne said Swanson told him that he had a vision about month ago to come here kill Hoffa I saw the gun as he ran up and I jumped up and knocked the SOB down Hoffa said Hes just some jerk Hoffa Someones gunning for Adlai Jungle folk are restless By LYLE C WILSON WASHINGTON UPI The word in the political jungle to day is that someone better armed than most is gunning for Ambassador Adlai son E Steven The world persists despite shower of denials These were denials of a story in a current magazine accusing Stevenson of proposing during the recent Cuban crisis that the United States trade Turkish Greek and British missile bases for the bases established by the Soviet Union in Cuba An official unidentified is quoted in the story as having said Adlai wanted a Munich and then tohave outlined the missile Thus ac cused of in the deadly tradition of the British Neville Chamberlain Stevenson instantly repliedthat the story was inaccurate and un true Some hours later the White House issued a statement on the story Press Secretary Pierre Sal inger said Stevenson strongly had supported President Ken nedys hard missile base policy In any event these denials were predictable Stevenson scarcely could have remained long as US ambassador to the United Nations if the President had failed forcefully to deny that his ambassador had wanted to ap pease the Communists To permit such an indictmen to stand against Stevenson un challenged would have invited a powerful campaign to drive him out of public life There would be no place in any US administration for a man sue cessfully tagged as an appeaser a Munichman Too many re member the prewar meeting between Hitler and Chamberlain The magazine story was writ a and said is The Teamster chief said there no question but that this guy is a psycho medical attention He needs The incident occurred as govern m e n t attorneys con inued cross examinat ion of one of four def e n s e wit nesses called n the trial of h e s to c ky Teamst er chief who is accused Qf violating era law by HOFFA accepting million in pay ments from a truck leasing firm The violence erupted at a time when the jury was out of the courtroom Judge William Uiller had just excused the urors while attorneys argued a legal point Scheduled to f y was larry Casselman jD e tr pi t ormer regiooalittoriwsy ior the National Labor Relations Board in Michigan Casselman now is director of ndustrial relations for the Hy grade Food Products Co of Unmarked will be use SDPaSL counts the life savings of Andy Bari center while detective Angus Gatherum and inspector William Ellen burg right watch Tipped off by a bank when Bari 68 withdrew police called on Bari at hishome and he was afraid the Russians would in vade the United States and he would lose his money Convinced the Russians had no plans Bari watched as the money was counted at police headquar ters Wednesday it was back in the bank Await word on fate of Iowa Guard units DES MOINES of National Guard and Army Re serve members all over Iowa waited Wednesday for official word of how their units will be affected bya newly announced reorganization plan Maj Gen Junior Miller adju tant general of Iowa was to mee Wednesday afternoon in De Moines to formulate means of plementing the plan for the Na tional Guard provided it is found acceptable by the governors of the government he bandies ten by Stewart Alsop Washing ton editor of the magazine ami Charles L Bartlett Washington correspondent for the Chat tanooga Tenn Times a pair of skilled and experienced news men More than that Alsop and Bartlett enjoy unusual connec tions news sources and such Bartlett long has been an imtimate of the Presidents fam ily a close friend Their con nections their standing in the community and their long ex perience in the ways of the political jungle combine to give a story under their joint byline a very substantial claim to credence If their story was a phoney as claimed by Stevenson then Alsop and Bartlett have taken in by a shrewd hoaxer If so then the hoaxer must have consider able standing in the community himself and be in some way identified with the Kennedy ad ministration Else the exper ienced newsmen would not have been hoaxed because they easily could check the facts as pre sented to them Correct or not the informa tion had to come to the writers from what they would regard as a solid reputable well in formed source Such a source would have to have administra tion connections The jungle folk will expect further developments in the Stevenson story V Detroit and the rought out that abor contracts ior the company which has some Teamsters un on employes Casselman testified Tuesday it was his opinion that the strike by Teamsters at the Flint Mich terminal of Commercial Carriers Inc was in violation of the contract between labor and management Light snow wind end mild spell Colder temperatures have brought an end to Iowas pro longed Indian summer and from BaUery Reserve group at Garner to remain The Army reserve unit in Mason City is one of 23 in Iowa to be inactivated and its per sonnel transferred to other There was speculation local outfits under a reorganization Battalion 20th Artillery to Bat tery B 3rd Battalion 14th Artillery plan announced by the Defense Department The question Wednesday was where the some 85 local Reservists will train Of three units in this area under the 103rd Army Reserve Infantry Division only one is to remain active Besides Ma son Citys Company B Com pany E 1st Battle Group 410th Infantry at Charles City is to be inactivated Garners unit is to remain active under a different desig nalion marks are expected to remain around seasonal levels through Friday The weather bureau said temperatures will warm up slightly Thursday following Wednesdays readings in the 20s and low 30s These marks were 15 to 25 degrees colder than the day before and temperatures will be even colder Wednesday night ranging from the mid teens in the north to near 20 in the southeast Gusty winds to around 30 miles an hour and scattered snow lurries hit Iowa Wednesday but skies are exepected to clear from west to east On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 111213 North Iowa u Comics 21 Clear Lake News 22 Mason City News J42S Latest Markers 25 3435 be changed 3rd Howitzer ly that personnel of the inac tivated Mason City and Char les City units will be trans ferred to Garner It was pointed out that there are a number of men in the area who enlisted under the Army Reserve program and still have training to undergo in order to complete their mil itary obligations Garners training center is a federalowned building con structed for use as an arm ory The Army Reserve arm ories in Mason City and Charles City are leased build ings N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Hodges sentence commuted SPRINGFIELD 111 Gov Otto Kernercom muted the prison sentence of Orville E Hodge for mer state auditor of Illinois who looted the state treasury of million Kerner cut Hodges sentence from 12 to 10 years and the action meant the ailing Hodge could be freed by late January Bottum concedes to McGovern RAPID CITY S D Sen Joseph Bottum con ceded defeat to former PoodforPeace Director George McGovern in the South Dakota senatorial race The Republican senators office issued the con cession following a recount of South Dakotas 67 counties which gave McGovern a winning margin of 516 votes Tito Khrushchev are hunting MOSCOW Yugoslav President Tito and Soviet Premier Khrushchev hunted and talked at a lodge outside Moscow possibly reviewing their common dispute with Communist China in a little summit meeting Tito arrived amid a new outpouring of anti Yugoslav propaganda attacks from Red China Russ must prove claim West fGNE7A West offered to sign an unin spected nuc ear test ban treaty with the Soviet Union tomorrow if the Russians can prove their claim mat international inspection is not necessary states Approval ofnhe governors is necessary for any peacetime changes in the Guard The object of the reorganization is to build more combat punch in to fewer National Guard and Re serve I units The oriier goes into effect immediately for the Army Reserve The Army announced that 23 Iowa units of the 103rd Army Re serve Infantry Division will be eliminated and their men trans ferred into other units Thedivi sion will become the 205th Bri gade with headquarters in Min neapolis No reductionin person nel is planned The National Guard 34th Infan ry Division would lose about 2500 Nebraska members and become solely an Iowa outfit Its members will continue to wear the historic Red Bull shoulder patch which its mem wore through some of the fiercest fighting in North Africa and Italy during World War II Eleven of the present Iowa Na tional Guard units would be wiped out but three new units would be hiqhw Pesch acts to cut toll DES MOINES UrVState Safety Commissioner Carl Pesch said Wednesday that 75 unmarked Highway Pa trol cars are being put into service to stop what he called an epidemic of traf fic fatalities First of the cars probably will be on the road by Friday morn ing he said The Iowa patrol has not used unmarked cars for 11 years but Pesch said he first proposed it to 3ov Norman Erbe for resump tion earlier this year He said Erbe rejected the idea at the time because the traffic death situation was not so bad but he now approves the plan The 75 cars comprise about 30 per cent of the patrols force In signia will be stripped from the doors and flashing dome light will be removed Pesch said the drivers will re main in patrol uniforms and th cars will havearedlight mount ed just inside the rear window another red light on the righ front fender a spotlight on the drivers side and a radio antenna For the time being the cars will bear Iowa Highway Patrol li cense plates but Pesch said he is asking the State Executive Coun cil to authorize 75 socalled dum my plates which will be selected at random from tags around the state so the license plates will not show whether the car is a patrol ar Pesch told a news conference I reject as selfseeking and un nformed any partisan complaint hat might be made because of his action I also reject any argu ments of sportsmanship and fair Jlay that might be raised A prob em that takes some 600 lives in his state every year can hardly be discussed in the terms of a patrol Formed for a net loss of eight Miller said the a u t h o r i z e d strength of the Iowa National Guard would be increased by 117 7436 the reorga nization Gov Norman Erbe said cau jously that the Guard reorganiza game The traffic death toll more responsive to sportsmanlike enforcement than is an epidemic q o Service for assistance is Miss Doris Bruce Starts Thursday Cheer Funds goal is no to this is an epidem ic we have on our hands The commissioner raked politi cians of both parsesfor what he said was lack of concern with the problem Patrol records show 55fl persons killed on Iowa streets and uicciju i gciiiiirt ouna ruucvi on SlK ion plan seems to be accept1 highways so far this year Vnt he declined to express owt right approval saying the nations governors have agreed that no tate will approve the reorganiza lon until it has been studied by an advisory committee of the Na lonal Governors Conference The new troop basis can re Iace the present one with a min mum of change he said What leases us most is that the 34th Division still has a significant mission to perform Miller said that the new 34th Di ision if the plan is approved will be a light division Jacking some of the units usually found in division Erbe told a news conference Wednesday that he understood he only 34th Division unit re maining will be a headquarters company in Des Moines Other units in Iowa will be eparated he said but will be nder the 34th Division head quarters for training purposes Ertxs said the problem will be o place the units to take ad antage of existing facilities nd trained personnel Based at Mason City are ompany E 1st Battle Group 33rd Infantry and a Rccon aissance platoon They too arc awaiting word on how they will fit into the new setup It was speculated however that no change in the location of the training center is anticipated The order goes into effect au tomatically for Army Reserve units there is no great outcry Pesch said The Weather Nortti Iowa Clearing and cold er Wednesday night with di minishing winds lows in mid teens Mostly fair and a little warmer Thursday highs in low 30s Iowa Clearing and quite cold Wednesday night with dimin ishing winds lows 15 north west to 20 southeast General ly fair Thursday highs in the 30s Further outlook Partly cloudy with nerr normal tem peratures Friday Minnesota Clearing co Ider Snow flurries Highs Thursday in 30s GlobeGazette weather data un to 8 am Wednesday Maximum 43 Minimum 20 Sunrise 729 Sunset 430 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum for the GlobeGa zettes annual ap peal to the people of Mason City and the surrounding area We1 arc ask ing your help in the most revvard ng of this a lappier Christmas for those less ortunatc You can participate in this great project by making contri butions to the Christmas Cheer Fund The goal will be the same as ast year Doris Bruce executive secretary of Family Service Inc which administers the Cheer Fund states the needs are most apparent Mist Bruce devotes much time to contacting families that have had difficult going because of sickness unemployment emotional troubles and many other ills with which the hu man race is heir If the Cheer Fund reaches its goal she says it is going to mean the difference between frustrations and happiness to many families Money raised in this annual effort from generous hearted in dividuals boys and girls busi ness places school classes clubs lodges and other organizations ealizine the most effec tive method of helping1 Miss Bruce has repeatedly pointed out that the good from the Cheer Fund lives onlong after Christmas It isnt on what they need that one day that we put the emphasis although that is im portant she says Our aim is lasting solutions to their dif ficulties At the same lime exacting care is devoted to the Christmas dinners that are a traditional part of the Cheer Fund Such dinners are important They keep together families that other wise might be scattered on Christmas Miss Bruce has headed the work of Family Service for years She has seen poverty misery sickness loneliness and be threats of broken homes The GlobeGazette is proud to Provide the vehicle for these good deeds on Christmas arc proud that never once in the 37 years of the Cheer Funds existence has it failed to reach its goal The fund was started m 1025 at the suggestion of Lee P Loomis No gift is too large nor too small They may be brought to the GlobeGazette office or will provide bothtemporary re lief and the lasting benefits that come with families rehabilitated and the revival of hopes that were flickering out Weve come a long way in chanty Miss Bruce adds Families come to us in con fidence They know they will remain anonymous Givers are mailed to the following Christmas Cheer Care GlobeGaiette Mason City Iowa Unless otherwise specifically requested gifts will be listed each day with the name and the amount Donors may use initials or remain anonymous with a designation such as A friend The first list of donors will appear in the next issue of the 1 Petrillo ousted after 40 years SAMf DATE1HI5H RICHARDS PETRILLO CHICAGO Chicago Federation of Musicians local ap parently saunded laps Tuesday for James Caesar Petrillo colorful nationally known labor leader ousting him as president of the job he had held for 40 years Petrillo 70 who served 18 years as president of the American Fed eration of Musicians and was a vice president of the AFLCIO be fore retiring in 1958 was defeated   

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