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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 17, 1962, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper for KM CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION VOL m The newspaper AwocUUd Frew ud United international full Lcaic Wire that mokes oh North I owans neighbors MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY DECEMBER 17 W2 10e eowOTbfc paper of Two gtctton 2M One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KCLO Oafaey g43 n Than WMJI Cltj BUS 52 Its hard to reason when youre hating VEERING FIRST THINGS first at a time when with the best of reason youre resenting the treatment youve had from somebody is a difficult assign ment Pakistans President Ayub Khan at this moment in history could be cited as a notable case in point With Red China sending its fighting hordes down across the Indian border in a drive as men acing to Pakistan as to India over the long run Ayub and his Pakistani government are rais ing the roof because United States is coming to the aid of India with arms and supplies This isnt to say that Pakistan hasnt a legitimate grievance against Nehru It has many of them in fact Greatest of these of course is his refusal to keep his promise for a plebis cite in Kashmir Pakistan under stood UN understood every body understood that the people of that province would decide their future in a free election Thats the principal bone sticking in the Pakistani throat to use an expression once em ployed by Nikita Khrushchev with respect to Berlin But there have been many other irritations between Pakistan and India since their separation almost 15 years ago This isnt surprising of course Tfce wonder is that they hment been more numerous and more serious considering the allocation of territory decid ed upon when independence from Great Britain became op erative East Pakistan former ly a part of Bengal is more than a thousand miles removed from West Pakistan The migration of people from Muslim territory to what ha become India and of Hindus from territory which was to be come Pakistan presented prob lems wholly without precedent in world history The exodus out of Egypt in Biblical days was something pretty minor by com parison It was inevitable that such a vast phenomenon would leave and it did But as Ive suggested I think all of these would be pretty much ignored or even forgotten if there was a disposition on the part of Nehru to enter into some kind of reasonable settle ment in Kashmir There have been some indications that he will Now that he is rid of that despicable global troublemaker Krishna Menon the chances of an amicable settlement are ap preciably improved I think How Pakistanis feel toward Nehru and India was unfolded to me one day back in 1957 when I was a guest in the Karachi home of Amjad Ali I had made his acquaintance when he was the ambassador for Pakistan to United States but by this time he had become the minister of finance back home With me at that luncheon and extended conference in Amjads rather palatial home was A M Abe Rosenthal of the New York Times who was featured In a recent issue of Newsweek as the most knowledgeable corre epondent operating in Southeast ern Asia The fact that even then Rosenthal was on the Krishna Menon list of mosthated report agency administering the fund Merchandise gifts will be listed on the final day To this day Doris Bruce ex ecutive secretary of Family Service doesnt know the iden tity of a man who has con structed a number of tiny dress ers appropriate for doll clothes to be distributed this Christmas Last summer hecalled to in quire whether such gifts would be wanted A short time ago they were delivered When asked about he merely replied Santa One of the heartening experi ences of handling the Cheer ers endeared him to me While sucking away at a giant watercooled pipe known as a Amjad talked to Rosenthal and me about his countrys problems past present and future Heetook a dim view of Nehru and of Egypts Nasser We both knew of course how he felt about Nehru But his appraisal of Nasser was more newsworthy This was a few weeks after Nasser with an assist from the United States had won a pres tigebuilding victory over the Suez He was in the process of trying to establish himself as chief spokesman for the whole Islam world The nerve of the man Amjad asserted with strong leeling Egypts population then was Turn to 2 Please ans claim this78foot spruce pine from New Yorks Catskills and erected at Sunlake Park near Tampa is the na Cheer Fund starts its final week at the left which resembles a polevault ing Eastern lily is an acrobat who went up to light the star made to H I L E in cash is needed for the Christmas Cheer Funds pro gram to help this Christmas season gifts of articles appropriate to the season are being Family Service the his name Call me A suggestion This is to suggest that indi viduals and organizations planning Christmas baskets get in touch with Family Inc which adminis ters the Christmas Cheer Fund for clearance of names This will protect against both duplications and omissions Persons knowing of families needing help should also get in touch with Family Service which has its office on the sixth floor of the First Na tional Bank Building note that six giving Fund is the constant stream of notes expressing appreciation for this opportunity to give Thanks for making Christ mas Merry for so many wrote one contributor Hope this small bit will help a littie all must take there are now only oo days left as the deadline for the Fund will be 10 am Dec 24 A lot of giving must be done xifore then to bring the Cheer Fund to the goal needed You can help Bring or send your gift to the lobeGazette office Send it to CHRISTMAS CHEER Care GlobeGazette Mason City Iowa 3 CUBANS DEFECT MADRID DPI Three Cu ban diplomats in Spain quit the Castro regime during the last week reliable sources said Mon day I 2W in oo soo 500 CHEER FUND GOAL PREVIOUSLY REPORTED In memory of Mary Ann Biker Amalgamated Clothing Workers Local f6S Donald and Marcella Blanchard North Side Jolly Club Ventura Two Sams two Guss four Rosies and Paul Anonymous Sonia from McKlnley School Jnsta Club of Fertile MARMAE Mary Jo and Joyce Daughters Union Veterans of Civil War Portland Lively Lassies Club Wendy Susan Mark Rasmnsson Mason City Typographical Unian No inn Mason City Rotary Club Hiphland Caroicrs lands Connie Carol Tal Barb and Nancy Pulp Drier Gang on H Shift American Crystal Sugar O E McCroskey Fred Mortenson Louis Kipper Girl Scout Troop Si7 Arthur E Meyer MS Fort Dodge Jean Kay and Paul Ray THE OAFS TOTAL S m95 300 35 SOfl 2IW 200 LOO 1000 100 J1CK 1M ioo 101 ioo 500 XOO TOTAL TO DATE S1X5B51 STILL NEEDED JifMO49 GIVING DAYS LEFT North Iowa Partly cloudy and mild through Tuesday Lows Monday night 2528 Highs Tuesday in mid 50s Iowa Partly cloudy through Tuesday Lows Monday night 2532 A little cooler southwest Tuesday highs 5560 Further outlook Partly cloudy and continued mild Wednesday Minnesota Some cloudiness continued mild Highs Tues day in 40s GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 anr Monday Maximum 44 Minimum 25 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Sunday Maximum Minimum 28 20 N ews in a utshell FROM OCTF WIRE SERVICES Court declines WASHINGTON Supreme Court has re fused to review a deci sion upholding validity of Kentuckys store Sun day closing law The de cision by the Kentucky Court of Appeals de clared the law valid un der the Kentucky and U S Constitutions New satellite WALLOPS ISLAND Va A new satellite Explorer 16 was orbited Sunday in a study of what effect meteoroids have on space vehicles and solar cells The satel lite is built around the motor casing of the fourth stage of a Scout rocket that carried it aloft Aluminum probe W A S H I N GTON Senate investigators were told the govern ment went through with a West Coast aluminum contract in 1955 even though aluminum sup plies then on hand were far in excess of stockpile goals Two attorneys who played key govern ment roles in the nego tiations also said Arthur S Flemming then de fense mobilizer ordered the contract carried out when the Harvey Ma chine Co threatened to sue for million dam ages if it were canceled Bulletin WASHINGTON Communist Party of the United States was found guilty by a federal court jury of failing to regis ter as an agent of the So viet Union and quickly fined On the inside Editorials News Quit Society News 130415 on Twoday Iowas roads 15 Skybolt parley to open Macmillan meets JFK LONDON Minister tfarold Macmillan left Monday for talks in the Bahamas with Presi dent Kennedy expressing confi dence that we will find a way hrough our difficulties over the Ikybolt missile At this moment after Cuba Macmillan told newsmen lave to try to make a reassess ment of the position between Eas and West Can the position be turned to our advantage Is there a chance of getting ahead with some of these tests disarmament and other matters He said the troubles in Asia particularly between Red Chin and India have raised a whol new set of problems Fresh from a Paris conference with French President Charle de Gaulle at which close agree ment on defense views was an nounced Macmillan is to mee with US officfels who plainl Erown on the development of na tional nuclear deterrents While Britain and France hav pressed forward with their nuclea programs the United States ha urged a multinational type fore under the North Atlantic Treat Organizationand a buildup in the nonnuclear side of the European military forces The controversy over the US developed Skybolt missile which ooms as the major subject of the Sahamas talks may bring this de bate to a peak The United States says it may scrap the airlaunched missile be cause of a string of test failures and the cost although Britain has jeen counting on it to insure its national deterrent role President Kennedy has de scribed the Skybolt which is fired rom a plane at targets 1000 miles away as a very sophisti ated missile whose development may require billion in addi ion to the half billion already pent by his country Without the Skybolt or a sub titute Britain would have no modern independent nuclear de errent of its own US Defense Secretary Robert McNamara who held prelim inary talks with the British on the Skybolt issue last week also is going to Nassau McNamara re ported to Kennedy Sunday on his talks The Skybolt affair also kicked up a storm in Washington Sen Stuart Symington DMo said Sunday the powerful Senate Armed Services Committee of which he is a member is 2 to 1 against dropping the missile and I understand the joint chiefs of staff also oppose any cutback Symington said the Armed Serv ices Committee will want to hear from the joint chiefs on Skybolt plans after Congress reconvenes in January When Macmillan and Kennedy arranged their Dec 1920 Baha mas meeting the purpose was to review EastWest relations in the wake of the Cuban crisis and the Chinese invasion of India These issues are now expected to take second place to the im mediate problem of Britains role in Western nuclear defense strategy Latest Markets 20 Mason City News 2021 Comics 27 North Iowa News 24 Clear Lake 25 RELEASES SKYBOLT The launched ballistic missile is fired from a B52 bomber during a test earlier this year The Skybolt is a ma jor issue in U SBritish diplomacy as the former wants to discontinue work on it while the latter is counting on the rocket to keep it a nuclear power Captured late 2 more flee island prson SAN FRANCISCO bank robbers saw6d their way out of Alcatraz the foreboding island prison m San Francisco Bay Sunday night but were retaken alive after losing a battle with the icy water One swam only about 100 yardsbefore quilting The other made it three miles with the help of homemade water wings and became the first escaper known to reach the mainland after breaking from the maximum security institution John Paul Scott 35 from LeitchfieldKy made it to shore butjhe swim proved too much for him When spotted by two on a rocky shore he appeared to be dead Doctors at the Armys near by Letterman General Hospital where Scott was taken said his body temperature was down to 94 degrees Waters in the bay aver age 54 degrees Bank robberkidnaper Darl Dee Parker 31 of Canton Ohio quit sooner because of the cold wa ters He made a dash of about 100 yards to a pointed rock off Alcatraz western end Parker just sat waiting on what is known as Little Alcatraz as rature to stay mild Unseasonablymild weather is likely to continue in Iowa for the next few days and there is only a remote chance of a white Christmas in the Hawkeye State It should be even warmer in central and eastern Iowa Mon iay The mercury rose to 64 Sunday in Sioux City equaling he record high for Dec 16 set m 1939 Dubuque was the cool est with an afternoon high of 38 Skies are expected to stay generally fair at least through Wednesday NOTED MINISTER DIES ASHEVILLE N C W Dr Asa J Ferry 81 one of the na ions outstanding Presbyterian ministers before he retired in 1947 died Saturday a searching prison boat spotted him Both men were returned to Al catraz Warden Olin Blackwell said the two men worked in the prison kit chen and somehow cut their way out through a window in the kit chen basement It was the second breakout from Alcatraz this year On June 12 John and Clarence Anglin and Frank Morris three Southern bank robbers broke out after long preparation They are presumed drowned Carnage despite warning Frost ice contribute By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Iowas traffic tollfor 1962 stood at 589 deaths Monday after 15 arsons died of injuries suffered n accidents on streets and high ways in one of the most tragic weekends of the year The heavy toll came despite he use of 75 unmarked patrol ars and renewed safety warn ings Frost and ice were blamed for some of the crashes Ten of the victims were killed in four multiplefatality accidents The latest victim of that crash was Richard Dykstra 12 who died in a hospital Sunday Killed outright in the collision Friday night were his father Mella Dyk stra 51 his mother Dorothy 48 and a sister Dorothy May 35 Two brothers and two sisters who were not in the car survive Other weekend victims includ ed Linda Bales 18 of Davenport Larry Russell Koger 25 of near Grinnell Patrick Akers 21 and Robert Hurdley 24 of Waterloo Mrs Evelyn Kern 41 of near and her 10monthold grand daughter LorieKern Mrs Shir ley Kramer 24 of near Hills Mrs Anne Guffey 21 of near Riverside Stanley Vogel 24 of Grinnell and Mathcw Judy 17 of West Point Miss Bales died Sunday in a 3avenport hospital of injuries suf fered when the pickup truck she was driving left a gravel road inc overturned in northwest Dav enport carty Friday A passenger Struck 22 of Davenport iuffered head and knee injuries Akers and Hurdley were killed vhen a late model sports car hey were in slammed into a railroad viaduct abutment in Waterloo Saturday night A third man Gene Remington 21 of Newton Kan was injured Mrs Kern and her granddaugh er died Saturday when their car kidded on ice and collided with a truck on Highway 64 north of Adel The truck driver and Mrs Kerns daughter were injured Mrs Kramer and Mrs Guffey vho had a total of seven young children were killed Friday night about 11 miles south of Iowa City vhen their car went off a county oad while they were going to own to go Christmas shopping Vogel was killed when the truck ic was driving collided with a car n Grinnell Saturday Koger died early Sunday when his pickup truck left Highway 6 vest of Grinnell and overturned Judy died at Fort Madison Sat urday of injuries he suffered in a traffic accident last Tuesday ight The body of Forrest Oison 36 a farmer near Conroy was found Sunday night in his wrecked car about two miles northeast oE liamsburg Authorities said Ol sons car struck the right shoulder of the county road careened across the highway and struck an embankment throwing him out Ie was alone Ridgeway crash claims victim MINNEAPOLIS un Jerauld Dean Enficld 36 Leroy Minn died Saturday night in the Vet erans Hospital at Minneapolis of injuries suffered last Tuesday m a collision of cars near way Iowa SAME Stack Mont TrtftU to 34 AFTER ESCAPE ATTEMPT AssociauwSen Richard Willarcl of Alcatraz Prison watches as Army hospitalmen carry John Scott to a launch lor return to Alcatraz Prison Scott and Darl Parker were stopped short in their bid for freedom by the cold waters of San Francisco Bay
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