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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 11, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Doily Newspaper for rf I MASON CITY GLOBE VOL m The newspaper Pntt United fnu Interactional Full Wirei HOME EDITION that mokes all North I o wens MASON CITY IOWA TUISDAY DECEMBER II 1H2 neighbors 10c i Paper rf Two ins agen quor crackd Will keep lid on County is dry Cerro Gordo County is dry and will continue to be so County Atty David Butler stated Tuesday Butler called all holders of federal liquor stamps more than a week ago he said emphasizing again that any sale of liquor is illegal The law will be enforced Butler said Tues day and investigations to see that it is being up held will continue The county attorney reemphasized that his warning preceded the recent campaign at the state level r w Goodtime Santa on the loose Gifts with fancy prices By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTON Some people here seem to know wha the ancient minnesinger who caroled about the 12 days o Christmas had in mind People like NiemanMarcus Sulkas Abercrombie Fitch Cartier Van Cleef and Arpels tha bunch What they have in store for you this year NiemanMarcus is even taking tome of the load off Santas aching back The Texas depart ment store is offering a con fidential shopping service for customers who find themselves in the position of sending gifts to those in high position Kings shahs maharajahs prime ministers and other digni taries Billing will be by tele phone only and the nature o such gifts will be divulged only on a court subpoena As usual most of the Yule loot is fashioned for milady Hattie Carnegie for example is offering a Carole Lombard dinner pajama at a swift But N M makes that look like an outfit for a cheap date with its white cowboy girl chaps at They come with matching white silk satin blouse satin pants white kidskin belt and cowboy hat Honest to Pete thats what the catalogue says that French perfume is still advertising itself chastely as the costliest in the world Cartier has for madame an Indian Chief with emerald headband sapphire eyes and diamond moccasins at a conservative Federal tax is included natch For something far out a mail order jeweler will send you solid gold garters at each or a set of four Reli able sources report that to keep stockings really straight a girdle should have six Not that old dad is being ex actly shrubbed A Sulka Com pany Anybody here figure why that A stands for has issued its usual list of immodest gift suggestions featuring hand some leopard skin gloves priced at And Sulka always ready to do up hisandher lounging robes at the set The material is vicuna re For the outdoor type Aber crombie has a gun of not including tax Or how about N Ms real Chinese junk fob Houston The International Silk Associa tion has conned some necktie people into whipping up fourin hands named for heroes of the arts Sulkas Shakespeare comes at but the Chopin Countess Mara wants 30 cocoon pickin bucks Ah how sweet it is For the whole family Steuben Glass has an engraved glass and Child for a mere Most aquariums are prepared to sell you a pair of fancy gold fish for When Santa cranks up Ru dolph the old R N Reindeer this year he shouldnt forget a turnpike toll gun this de sign to shoot quarters and nickels with heartwarming ac curacy into exact change toll baskets An outfit which calls itself The Nineteenth Century can furnish him for a pair of coach lamps like which graced the carriages French nobility And one lastminute gift A New York store has come up for with a Nothing Box This is a device which has eight eyes which wink in no recog nizable pattern It doesnt dc anything else but its guar anteed to run for a whole year You cant turn it off at those of CHEEK FUND GOAL J300000 PREVIOUSLY REPOKTED Mark Hacen 5 years eld LJS Jane Kfnsey 2300 From anonymous JOQ Mr and Mrs L P Rudd Lake Mills 5M Cinderella 4H Girts Swaledale 3 0n Michael Patrick jsn A SewU 0 Hfctery Clob Mcicrver Htlpiaf Society 5flo Timothy Stoat og Tippy SM THE DAYS TOTAL TOTAL TO DATE S SM41 STILL NEEDED S3S1539 GIVING DAYS LEFT 1 Spurt by Cheer Fund is needed HE streets are thronged these days and the shops are filled with men women and children hap P i 1 y engaged in buying Christmas presents for their oved ones Its a joyous sight and one that gives the onlooker a lift But this has to be remem bered There are many who annot go Christmas shopping for a variety of ness unemployment poverty death of the o name a few It is for these we are making an appeal for gifts to the Christ mas Cheer Fund Where could you find a worthier cause We hope many generous souls will glance at the list above and decide it is time to increase the empo of giving The goal of 900 is needed to provide the help required for the needy service by Family Service you please buy a gift or a little boy wrote Mark Hagen 5 A woman who for many years lad been on the receiving end of Christmas Cheer was happy o be giving this year She sent gift in the name of her dog Tippy The annual gift from Mr and Mrs L P Rudd Lake Mills ar ived with this letter Again this year we gladly oin the many contributors to he Christmas Cheer Fund and that God will bless the in ividual recipient with His mercy and grace You can join this growing list f happy contributors by bring ng or sending your gift to the TlobeGazette Send it to CHRISTMAS CHEER Care GlebeGazette Mason City Iowa X 2 Amish answer charges INDEPENDENCE AP A graybearded Amishman declared Tuesday his people feel the morals of their children declined somewhat in recent years when the youngsters were taught by collegetrained teachers Dan Borntrager 62 testifying under affirmation rather than tak ing an oath which violates Amish religious convictions said because collegetrained teachers are very expensive it was decided to let Amish teachers instruct in two oneroom schools thecounty seeks to close Buchanan County School Supt J J Jorgensen brought action to close the private schools near Hazelton He said the schools are not certified by the state and the teachers have only an eighth grade education District Court Judge Peter Van Metre took the case under advise ment after Tuesdays hearing About two dozen persons ap proximately a third of them Amish were in the courtroom to hear arguments in the controver sial case Borntrager a farmer said his people believe they need no more than an eighthgrade education to lead their simple rural life He added the Amish have no objec tions to other people operating or attending the schools they desire He said the Amish thought that educating their own would be per mitted because we are living in a land of freedom of religion Borntrager said the 37 children in the two private Amish schools sing German hymns and have some religious instruction Another Amishman Menno Hershberger testified I just feel hat the Constitution should stand or Iowa just the same as it does for any other state In words almost unintelligible Hershberger quoted from the Bi le if any man lack wisdom et him prayeth to God Throughout their testimony the Amish contended their religious reedom was being violated County Attorney William OCon icll said this is not an easy case o plead against the defendants ecause they are men of good faith but I must ask that the law be upheld SAME Counties must take initiative Safety chief reveals plan DES MOINES State Department of Safety will begin training sessions for 27 of its members on liquor law enforce ment Commissioner Carl Pesch said Tuesday Pesch added that the depart ment will not take the initiative in local liquor law enforcement He said members of the Highway Pa trol will not be included in the training sessions The patrol is fully occupied in much more important problem saving lives through enforce ment of our traffic laws Pesch said Peseh said the patrol is the only organization standing between a traffic death toll of 700 to 800 persons a year and added It has been one of my most disap pointing experiences in this office to see the illegal highball claim more attention than the nearly 600 human lives that will be lost on our highways this year At a news conference Pesch said state law puts the responsi bility for liquor law enforcement with county attorneys He said he would not have the State Depart ment of Public Safety take the initiative in enforcement except under executive order He explained that he meant an order from the governor but add ed he has not discussed the train ing sessions either with Gov Nor man Erbe or GoveJect Harold Hughes said the training sessions have been geared to any crack down which might be ordered by Hughes after he takes office Jan 17 He said a big share of the training should be completedby that time Safety Department members in cluded in the training will be 17 agents of the Bureau of Criminal Investigation and 10 inspectors of the departments motor vehicle registration division and the deal ers license division The commissioner said more men could be added if they were needed The training will include re instructions in raiding techniques the laws of search and seizure and preservation of evi dence Pesch said he feels liquor law enforcement by this or any other state agency would be an arbi trary and illegal invasion of i province established by the legis ature He said however that he or dered the training sessions be ause I am certainly aware that new and novel duties soon may ibe pressed on this department and that my personal beliefs may be outweighed If the liquor laws are not being nforced Pesch said It is more a failure of local public opinion and demand rather than of the methods established for enforce ment Pesch said Atty Gen Evan Hultman has been informed of the raining program Asked if he favors or opposes egalization of the sale of liquor by the drink Pesch said I favor a reevaluation or restudy of the owa Liquor Control Act aws have to progress with society Theyre overdue books Erwell299 NORWICH England constant reader en tered the Norwich Public Library the other day and said he had some overdue books to return Certainly sir said the librarian How many Erwell299 said the visitor The books were outside in a truck The man said he decided to return them after the library an nounced it was forgiving all fines THE STORY OF The tale of win Mercury goes into tailspin North Iowa Clearing with di minishing winds and continued cold Tuesday night lows near 10 below Generally fair and Tnotquile so cold Wednesday highs near 10 Clearing with diminishing winds and continued cold Tuesday night lows 510 be low northeast zero to 5 be low southwest Wednesday generally fair and not quite so cold highs 510 northeast 1520 southwest Further out cloudy and not so cold Thursday Minnesota Fair continued cold Highs Wednesday 5 above GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum u Minimum g A 2 pm i Precipitation Sunrise Sunset ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES New crisis in Argentina BUENOS AIRES The government fired Ar gentine air force chief BrigGen Cayo Antonio Al sma and he flew to Cordoba to set up an independ ent command The development threatened a new military crisis if Claims Bundy supplied data NEW YORK The name of McGeorge Bundy special presidential assistant for national security affairs has been injected into the controversy over a magazine article dealing with Adlai E Stevensons position m the Cuban crisis The Columbia Broad casting System said Bundy supplied two Saturday Evening Post writers with information for last weeks controversial magazine article Trace YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 3 3 Clay to head study of foreign aid WASHINGTON President Kennedy has set up a bipartisan committee to take a hard new ook at the for eign aid program and see if its filling the bill To head the blue ribbon group Kennedy named retired Gen Lucius D Clay who for eight critical months was the Presidents representa tive in West Berlin On the inside Editorials Page 4 North Iowa News Society News 1514 Latest Markets Mason City News Clear Lake News Comics22 Farm Features 23 AIRMAN KILLED ALPINE N Y airman was killed Monday when 0 crew members bailed out of a burning Air Force KC97 aer tanker over this tiny ham et in northern New York r Soviet proposal welcomed GENEVA The United States welcomed the black box proposal offered by the Soviet Union as a heartening sign that a nuclear testban treaty may be possible But American Ambassador Charles rWS c deleate K Tsarapkin that the Soviet offer does not go nearly far enough Adenauer survives dispute BONN Chancellor Konrad Adenauer reached fiST of new coalition cab met ending West Germanys sevenweekold govern ment crisis Informants said the most important cancy of defense minister will be filled by K U von Hassel 49 the SchleswigHolstein state premier the ff Zoo takes a critical look at his mpT art His tail had been d in paint Premier Khrushchev recently said he thought abstract paintings look like the work iakass director Watson plans Subzero readings are general The mercury plunged below zero in nearly all of Iowa early Tuesday as the coldest weather of the season covered the state The Weather Bureau said even older weather is on tap for Tuesday night with slightly warmer temperatures forecast for Wednesday and Thursday Coldest reading in the state uesday morning was 8 below cro at Sibley Other lows in luded 7 below at Lamoni 6 be ow at Mason City 5 below at ipencer 4 below at Sioux City nd Des Moines and 3 below at Dubuque and Council Bluffs The warmest city in the state was Davenport which had a low one above zero At 2 pm Tuesday it still was below zero in Mason City The downtown reading was 1 Lows Tuesday night are ex acted to range from 10 below in he northeast to 5 below in the outhwest Snow was falling in northeast pwa Tuesday morning after ight snow hit most of the state nlonday The State Highway Commis ion reported that roads south w e s t of a line from Council Bluffs to Clarinda were 50 per ent snowpacked with other oads in Iowa about normal In other parts of the nation now closed schools and strand d motorists in the North whiie reezing air threatened Floridas multimillion dollar crops The cy onetwo punch of wintcry weather was the second to hit many areas in the eastern half of the nation since last Thurs day Midwinter scenes were gener along the southeast shores of he Great Lakes region in sec ions of New York State and ilher eastern areas Huge drifts iled high as snow squalls per isted adding more snow atop he heavy amounts left by last weeks storms Most of the Southland shiver d in the seasons coldest weath r Florida temperatures drop ed to 15 degrees below season 1 levels Farmers and grove owners worked through the night as frost and freezing tem hit every section of he state except the Keys fires were started to rotcct tender vegetable crops Workers sprayed fields with wa er dampening the soil so it would hold the heat better The unseasonably cold weath r threatened the multimillion aolUr Florida citrus and vege abte crops now near their peak f the harvest It was below freezing in north m sections of Florida with eadings of 26 in   

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