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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 19, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                                Rules for remap suit See story on page 2 HOME EDITION Hows your Smooch power MIAMI trio of Tatiana Prilutchi the only fe The machine works on Miami ttudents have devised mate in her MIAMI Pla WUA trio of Miami have devised a machine that measures the smooching power generated by two people kissing Its called the kissometer Its creators including a bouncy 18yearold brunette are having a lot of fun with trial runs It all depends on the sparkle inside you said Tatiana Prilutchi the only fe male in her electrical engi neering class The kissometer is rigged with flashing lights and ring ing bells The lowest quality kiss flashes a sign that says Dead fish A Casanova em brace will register Woweee The hottest smooching regis ters a Woweee and clangs a bell The machine works on scientific principles said of North Miami Beach The couple inside the booth hold an electrically charged probe in their hands It sends a minute amount of electrical current through their bodies When their lips meet the circuit is com pleted The rest is up to the couple Cracking down on jshiners Sources of supply hit By JAMES E WARNER WASHINGTON The making of moonshine illicitly made untaxed whisky is on the de cline the Internal Revenue Serv ice reports somewhat proudly Best index of the volume of moonshine being produced is their seizures of mash the stufi from which the illegal whiskey is made Such seizures declined 165 per cent last year as com pared with the previous year and through no lack of vigilance of agents Moonshiners are finding it much more difficult to get their raw materials such as sugar 3east and containers in the quantities they require In fact the agents fcpve detected and arrested a relatively new breed of law breakers jar boot leggers who tried to develop a business devoted only to sup plying moonshiners deprived of legitimate sources of such sup plies And they unearthed one moon shiner who was selling his own whiskey but wouldnt drink it himself He was drinking legal tax paid port wine Asked why he said Man do you think Im crazy I dont want to kill myself I like whiskey lots better than wine but Id rather drink wine than I been making in that steel drum Moomhining is still a fairly big business however with 93 per cent of it concentrated in 14 Southern states Last year agents mad e 8629 arrests seized 2509 vehicles destroyed 9296 stills and seized property worth over million However says Dwight E Avis director of the IRS Alcohol and Tobacco Tax Division many moonshiners have been forced outof business while others have curtailed production due to their inability to obtain raw materials through normal commercial channels Side effects he said included not only the arrest of jar boot leggers but several robberies involving sugar and yeast which shiners could not obtain legally In one case agents cracked down on a still which occupied three stories of a New Jersey industrial building It was five section 28inch column continuous process operation 11 had two large wooden vats each with an 8000 gallon capacity The estimated value of the violators investment in this operation In another11 small stills financed and managed by one moonshiner in Alabama were seized and destroyed The stills had been located near the homes of people who had agreec to look out for the law The combined capacity of this opera tion was 11500 gallons and an estimated in tax rev enues was involved as a resul of the whisky produced PROTESTS SHADOWING MOSCOW Soviet la bor newspaper Trud protested The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 103 MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY FEBRUARY 1 1963 10c copy No 9 it Cub for Cuba OCCASIONAL LIGHT gardless of the weathermans predic tion of snow flurries the wet white stuff came down steadily Monday piling up five inches The result here is the Mason City Post Office looking like a Christmas package without the ribbons Tragedy on street Sacrificed lite for girlfriend By DIAL TORGERSON LOS ANGELES was my first serious boy friend said Paulette Lewis 15 We bad been going steady one month and 12 days Then she began to cry Paulette told Monday between tears of the moment David Brim ley sacrificed his life for hers as they walked handinhand across an avenue near their homes Suddenly a car roared through a red light glanced off another auto and hurtled brakes squeal ing at Paulette and David David shouted Look out and he gave mea push Paulette said I think he tried to run but I recovered my balance I couldnt see him David 17 who had just gotten Monday against American his first job and enrolled in his shadowing of Soviet ships bound first college course was hurled 150 feet to his death On the inside Editorials Page 4 Clear Lake News 7 Society News 89 North Iowa News 10 Spo 1111 Corrs 13 Latest Markets 14 Mason City News 1415 Farm Features 16 The careening car slid into a power pole and halted Three young men jumped out and ran I looked around said Paul ette and saw where the car had hit the pole down the street I walked down Again she cried found him lying at the curb Police drove her home after the accident Sunday night Her moth er Jean Lewis called a doctor He treated the pretty blonde 10th grader with sedatives Police also went to tell Davids mother Lillian Armstrong a few doors away She told a newsman later how her son had Just enrolled as a math major at Santa Monica City College and had obtained a part time job his first as a drugstore delivery boy His first check was due today she said Cold will follow the 5 snow More to leave in 3 weeks FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON The Soviet Jnion has informed the United States that it plans to pull out several thousand of its mili ary forces in Cuba by March 15 diplomatic sources said Tues day Soviet Premier Khrushchevs communication from the Krem in received here Monday hrough Soviet Amba s s a d o r Dobrynin The Soviet promise gave no ndication what was meant by several thousand troops and it was said more specific in formation would have been wel comed by the Kennedy adminis tration However the promise was seen here as a useful and con structive move which would help lower some of the tension in the Caribbean The Soviet message relayed from Dobrynin to the White House by Secretary of State Dean Rusk sparked Monday nights secret White House meet ing at which President Ken nedy told congressional leaders of the Russian promise There are believed to be about 17OpO Soviet troops in Cuba in cluding 6000 organized into com bat units to remove at least part of them was riot a personal message from Khrushchev but a foreign office communication sent through regular diplomatic channels High official sources flatly de nied speculative reports that Khrushchev might be seeking a parallel withdrawal of US forces from some touchy point on Russias boundary in return for removing his combat units from Cuba HOFFA HAS THE R Hoffa Teamsters International presi dent talks to truck drivers in Philadel phia where he issued a warning to long haul trucking companies Hoffa whose union is being opposed by a dissenting faction said that if companies block Phofofax his proposed area collective bargaining contract he would crack down on their parent companies throughout the tion He said Theyve either got to live with us here or fight with us everywhere ews in a utshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Underground1 DES MOINES Harold Hughes said he is certain that liquor is still being sold illegally in Iowa but the traffic has been driven under ground They are not openly stocking bottles behind bars theyre keeping it out of sight bi rule OK under the pitchers bars or in One sovree present at the White House meeting said there was no demand on the part of A new surge of cold air out Russia for removal in kind of of Canada was moving in on US forces at Iowa Tuesday to reinforce a frontal system that brought cloudy skies to the entire state and produced up to six inches of new snow in some northern sections Monday Marble Rock reported 6 inches of new snow equivalent to six tenths of an inch of moisture Charles City and Mason City had 5 inches of snow but the moisture content varied widely At Charles City the melted The tragedy reached into other measurement was slightly over homes too Into the homes of tlieonenau while at Mason divorced parents of Raymond u cia 17 He walked into a police station Monday night flanked by his fatlrer Raymond Sr and his mother Rose Cueva He told offi cers that it was his car which was in the accident The auto had been abandoned at the scene He said he remembered hitting City it was only threetenths The precipitation belt ranged as far south as Des Moines where rain produced 04 of an inch its overseas hint of one It was not clear exactly what official response would be made to the Russians But it was cer tain the United States would welcome the promise as useful helpful and constructive as far as it went Kennedy last week asked Khrushchev through US am bassador to Moscow Foy D Kohler just when the Russians wpuld honor their promise to pull their military forces out 01 Cuba Heavy damage in storm at Tampa Heavy fog ami some scatteredj TAMPA Fla Wt Thunder freezing drizzle persisted Tucsisorms1packing tornadic winds day tore into the Tampa Bay area The cloudy skies will continue through Wednesday with tem peratures beginning lo turn cold the other car but not the boy He cr Tuesday night said he ran from the scene and conditions v a r i e d from the Gulf of Mexico Tues day causing the death of a Wis consin man and then lashed into central Florida where severa persons were injured At Lake ne ran irom ine scene ana 0J u spent most of the day hiding inlsrcaUy Snowpacked tornado swept across a were general in the Mason cityslxblock section An unofficia octim a A m n oWm i an alley behind his mothers home watching police come look ing for him Finally he went in I the house His mother telephoned area ENGINEERS IN CUBA Ihis father They convincedhim 7t Soviet was best to surrender engineers have arrived in TT Cuba to oversee the construc He was booked on suspicion of tion Russias fishing port estimate of damage was abou A dozen homes los roofs wings corners or car manslaughter Mrs Armstrong the dead boys mother said she had no feelings Radio Havana reported Tues day Plans for the ports con struction were announced before the Cuban crisis last fall and PAULETTE LEWIS DAVID BRIMLEY tragedy against him i iviugcc oumvcn aan It has happened she be used as David is gone We cant undo submarines refugee sources said it probably a base for No violation MIAMI The Justice Department said ransom payments for the 1113 Cuban invaders was not a violation of the Logan Act which prohibits pri vate citizens from deal ing directly with foreign governments No 7 threat Sec retary of Defense Kob ert S McNamara told senators the Commu nist threat in Europe not Cuba is the largest single threat we face in the world Labors view MIAMI BEACH Fla Labor union leaders said at their winter meeting they are acute ly aware that white col lar workers are far out stripping manual work ers as potential union members in the Ameri can job market COLDER ROM OUR WIRE SERVICES DES Iowa Senate Tuesday passed iy a 379 vote a bill which would lift the limitations m the seven functional funds used by cities and owns The proposal which retains the overall 30mill ceiling on municipal tax levies was one of the major pieces of legislation ought by the League of Iowa Municipalities Sen Jack Schroeder RDavenport who handled the bill on he floor said it is a form of home rule and the limits on the various funds hamstring municipalities that are annexing new territory Sen Irving Long RManchester opposed the bill contend ng that the financial wellbeing of cities and towns would be placed in thehands of city and town councils rather than the people Other opponents of the meas ure said the Iowa Taxpayers Association r objected to the measureout of fear the cities and towns would ask the next session of the legislature to lift the present 30mill overall limit Under Iowa law municipali ties may not levy more than 30 mills for their general opera tional expenses Each of the seven functional funds has a limitation which would be lifted under this bill The funds and their limits are General 7 mills Streets 7 mills Public Safety 12 mills Sanitation 7 mills municipal Enterprises 10 mills Recreation 5 mills and Utilities 5 mills While the total of the various levy limits is more than 30 mills municipalities are not permitted to levy more than 30 mills Thurs if they levy the limit for one fund they Morth Iowa Cloudy and colder Tuesday night and Wednesday Lows Tuesday night 1522 Highs Wednesday in the 20s Iowa Cloudy through Wednes day Low Tuesday night 1520 north to the 20s south Scat tered light snow likely north west Wednesday colder over most of state highs 20s north to near 30 south Further out cloudy and cold with chance of scattered light snow Thursday Minnesota Partial clearing colder Highs Wednesday 5 to 18 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation Sunrise Sunset 5 32 18 18 snow SAME SUNDAY DRINKING BOSTON Massa chusetts House Monday ap proved a bill to permit drinking at bars on Sunday Under pres ent law drinking at the bar is banned on Sunday but drinking at tables is permitted must trim another accordingly to keep within the overall ceil ing S e n Leo Elthon RFertile said Its about time that we begin to face certain problems we have in Iowa While the state is still primarily agri cultural itis becoming moreur ban he explained But the basic principle here is that we should let cities and towns run their own business the former governor and lieu tenant governor said Food on table TV set on 5 in family lie dead SNOWBALLS HELP HORG Norway the home of Trygve Naess caught fire Monday the Horg fire com pany ran out of house next door water The was threat ened so volunteer firefighters threw snowballs on the walls to keep them from igniting GREEN BAY Wis A mother father and three children were found shot to death Tuesday each with a bullet in the head and po lice said they found the cou ples 17yearold son hiding in a neighbors bam Police said young Harry He i bard a crewcut high school junior was the chief suspect in the rifle massacre of his family in their home The body of Mrs Jack He bard 35 was found in the kitchen close by those of her twin daughters Janice and Janet Rudell 11 and John Ru dell 15 Hebards body was ly ingon a sofa in another room Police said the shootings ap parently occurred about din ner time Monday night There was food on the stove the table was set and the televi sion set was on Coroner Cletus Belisle said the victims had been dead about 12 hours The shootings were done with a 22 rifle he said The dead children were Mrs Hebards by a previous mar riage Their father apparently is in the Army because an al lotment chock for them from the government was found in the house police said A neighbor tipped off po lice He said he hadnt no ticed any activity and told his wife to call police The neighbors said they couldnt recall any undue dis turbances at the Hebard house a somewhat isolated remod eled farm house on the south west side of the city Police saw the bodies when they looked through a kitchen window Two dogs were still locked in the basement and the familys two cars were still in the garage   

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