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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 11, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             JFKs economy report See story on page 2 ews in a utshell Nicholas to end service Wont accept highway post William H Nicholas Clear Lake Monday de clined reappointment to the Iowa State Highway Com mission Nicholas a Republican had been reappointed by Gov Harold Hughes to serve another fouryear term at the expiration of his present term July 1 I have given it earnest consideration and concluded reluctantly that I should bring my public service to a close Nicholas stated in a letter to the governor The Clear Lake turkey raiser and former lieutenant gov was appointed to the five man commission by Gov Hers chel Loveless Democrat and ook office July 1 1959 Nicholas will leave office with a feeling of pride of accomplish ment He is proud he said of he record made by the high way commission during his term FROM OUB WISE SERVICES An invasion WASHINGTON De fense Secretary Robert C McNamara would con sider it an invasion if Russia shipped more troops to Cuba to crush any revolt against Fidel Castro In previously se cret testimony just re leased McNamara said if Russia attempted to use the same strategy it used in Hungary I would in terpret it as an inva sion Talks sought Soviet Union publicly admitted it has been making a be hindthescenes effort to persuade Communist China to enter bilateral talks with the Kremlin on ending the SinoSo viet quarrel One Mans A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL Editor and Publisher BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO 1300 Pm Sun WOI Ames 6JO Tues WTAD Quincy 930 pm Thurs WSUI City 310 pm Operating a hospital is expensive WHY are hosPital bills so high Is there any hope that hos pital costs will come down How is a person in the lower million motel project here of office Among the projects he was most concerned with were the following The near completion of the Interstate Highway 80 from Des Moines to Davenport Construction of the 12 miles highway from Nashua to high way 63 and connecting with No 18 north to New Hampton and east to West Union commonly known as the Little Brown Church road Construction of Highway 105 from Northwood to St Ansgar connecting with No 218 Nicholas recalled that the late Leon Barnes publisher of the Nbrthwood Anchor was particu larly active in calling tie need of this highway to the attention income bracket going to pay for prolonged hospitalization Do these questions sound fa miliar Thats a rhetorical question I know the answer They do All of troubled by the problem and be hind such questions Its common knowledge that costs of goods and services have gone up the past 15 years But it just doesnt make sense to most of us that the hospital charge per patientday shoulc of the commission And then he never lived to see it completed he added Another highway in which the retiring commission member is interested is No 13 from Wau kon toward Marquette in which project Les Hull Waukon pub lisher is a leading proponent The commission has now le contracts totaling for the grading and graveling o this highway Nicholas stated Other projects of special inter est to Nicholas are the comple have quadrupled from the of the double lane on No Estes on trial EL PASO Sol Estes strolled casual ly into a federal court room winked at report ers and went on trial on charges of bilking fi nance companies to build a million farm em pire that collapsed a year ago in a national scandal Strikers clash PARIS Striking French coal miners clashed with police in the Lorraine village of Merlebach in the first outbreak of viol e n c e since the bitter strike of some 200000 miners started March 1 Pipelines hit CARACAS Venezuela U Sowned Cre ole Petroleum Corp re ported saboteurs dyna mited two pipelines car rying million bar rels of crude oil per day Mixture of level in year after the warto in the sixties Its true that most patients do not remain in the hospital 18 between Mason City anc Clear Lake and a double lane highway north and south through Mason City The Mason The Nicholas letter to Hughe as long as they used to buticity project should be a mus total cost for the average patient for the near future he said has jumped in the 15 year pe riod from to Americans spent more than i deeply appreciate the con S21 billion for medical care injfjdence reflected in me by your 1961 and billion of that total request that I accept reappoint for hospitalization In 1948 ment to the Iowa State Highway the total private medical care Commission bill was billion for hospitalization ran across Iowa Mixtures of rain snow and slee spread eastward across Iowa Mon day Fog reduced visibility in some areas to onehalf a milej The precipitation entered south west Iowa Sunday night moved across the state and was expected to end in the western part Mon day afternoon and in the east dur ing the evening Although the rain generally Holiday Inn is builder Near west city limits A 100room Holiday Inn complete with swimming pool key club coffee shop and banquet room for 500 will be constructed this summer on a site west of Cliftons Westside Super Market on Highway 18 in Mason City Contracts for the franchise from Holiday Inn of America have een signed by a Memphis enn firm The million dollar reject will be as Mason ity Motor Inn Inc Officers and owners of the ompany are William Bowman r Jefferson City Mo presi ent H E Fritzsche Burling on executive vice president L H Tiemeyer Burlington ice president Dr Carl Hulen olumbia Mo secretary and H Kuepper Jr Burlington reasurer The project not only will have 00 guest rooms with parking pace for cars but there also ill be a commercial building n connection administration of ice lobby coffee shop and din ng rooms key club and ban quet room The Inn will be equipped with yeararound air conditioning swimming pool telephone in ev ery room meeting facilities for all occasions house physician aby sitters alltile baths tele vision valet and laundry serv ice free ice and many other services An option for the 334 acre site was received from the Mason City Brick and Tile Company on the south side of US High way 18 West Hadley W Florer of Florer Real Estate Insur ance of Mason City completed the transaction for the group Carl A Nelson Co Burling ton has the contract for con struction of the project Con struction will start as soon as weather permits and the comple tion date is setfor early fall and food conces sions will be operated by the Kopper Kettle restaurant chain The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY MARCH 11 1963 10c a copy No 24 SEEKS ASYLUM IN WEST GER Bidault barehead fugitive former French premier prepares to enter auto after leaving Herrsching police station near Munich Germany Bidault political chief of the terrorist movement sworn to overthrow Photofax President Charles de Gaulle of France was located by German police in a lake side hideout near the Swiss border He has asked for asylum in West Germany and this request has been referred to West German Chancellor Konrad Ade nauer Bidault in bid tor haven in Germany MUNICH Germany Swiss border He asked im discovery of former French mediately for asylum in West mier Georges Bidault in Bavaria put a new strain on FrenoteWest German relations Monday Bidault political chief of the ter rorist movement sworn to over Liquor action wanted Hughes gives it priority FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES DES MOINES Gov Harold Hughes said Monday he would consider calling a special ses sion of the legislature to con sider legalizing liquor by the drink if the present session does not enact such a bill Hughes said liquor by the drink is one of the matters which he feels the legislature should give priority He said the people wanted it and he can see no reason for the legislature to delay in passing it The legislature returned Mon day from its spring recess to take up many major problems including taxes property tax relief appropriations and the liquor by the drink issue among others Democratic governor met the returning lawmakers with praise and a challenge to step brward in vital areas of pro gressive legislation I think there would be a tre mendous rebellion by the people f dont do something about i q u o r laws this session Hughes said When people get The rise in personal spending My emotions pertaining to your gracious offer are mixed I have given it earnest consider for hospitalization reflects bothjation however and concluded increased use of hospitals and increased cost of operating hos pitals Admissions to American hospitals rose 70 per cent be reluctantly that I should bring my public service to a close I do not need the work I do not need the money I do not tween 1946 and periodneed the honor for I have had in which the total population iniJust about every honor the hit the ground and was recorded by the Weather Bureau as water moisture Mason City did receive a half inch of snow and oneinch fell at Council Bluffs and Waterloo Audubon received 63 inch of moisture Van Meter 59 Clarin da 58 Bedford 57 Randolph 56 Winterset 53 Perry 52 and Gar win 51 Skies should be mostly cloudy Tuesday with little change in tem peratures creased by only 30 per cent The American Hospital Asso ciation has pointed out that any people of Iowa could bestow upon me I am no longer young and I of Kansas City Mo William Bowman Jr and Dr Carl Hulen are owners of other Inns at Columbia Mo Turlington and another under construction at Quincy III The local project will be part of the chain of more than 340 loliday Inns from coast to coast It is the largest motor lotel chain in the world It was started by Kemmons Wilson in 1951 and has een expanding rapidly since The sign of Holiday Inn now comparisons must take Into acjhave in my thinking the untime count the fact that patient care ly death of my associate on the today is not the same as inJcommission Howard B Hel 1946 in that it includes more scher of Cedar Rapids services and facilities and more intensive treatment than was previously administered The association points CLOUDY Under the circumstances I trust you will understand my decision In Des Moines Hughes ex and I think fairlythat medicalipressed rcgret de cision I think Bill has been of great Germany request for asylum was referred to Chancellor Kon rad Adenauer who was expected to order him expelled to some throw President Charles de Gaulle third country probably Austria or was located by German police Sunday in a lakeside hideout near Switzerland Extradition to France appeared unlikely since A he is De Gaulle foe is executed PARIS AP U Col Jean extends from Seattle to Palm Marie BaslienThiry was executed Springs from Brownsville TexJMonday for leading the ambush at to Dauphin Island in the Gulf tempt to assassinate President iCey West to New York from Montreal to Ontario In sight by 1970 is a goal of and Charles de Gaulle last August Official sources said De Gaulle had granted clemency to two oth 1000 Holiday Inns Internationalcrs sentenced to death with Bas a billion dollar enterprise withtjenThiry They were Lt Alain more than 100000 rooms From the first one Holiday Inn has been revolutionary Debougrenet de la Tocnaye 36 reportedly the deputy leader of I the plot and Jacques Prevost 31 many respects Wilson vcteran of the Indochina war bmcd his ideas with the best ofand Dic Rien Phu what he had observed One majj prcsurnably their sentences or innovation was no charge for commuted to life imprison children under 12 when they dault head of the antiDe Gaulle political underground The maneuver failed The condemrwd man was rushed with a chaplain 10 miles from the prison in southern Paris along po wanted on a political treason Extradition on politica charges is barred by international law v Bidault was living fn the house of a Dutch magazine writer in the village of Steinbach on Lake Woerthsee southeast of Munich A dozen police officers entered the house before dawn Bidault asked for police protection say ing he feared attempts on his life Bavarian Interior Minister Hein rich Junker said that although Bi dault is on a list of undesirable aliens there are no plans to ex pel him from Germany immedi ately and that his request for asy lum will be carefully studied The expremier to Stein bach last week from another hide out in the Bavarian Alpine village of Hopfen where he had stayed since early February Bidault was tracked down by police probing the kidnaping Feb licelined roads to Fort DIvryj25 of a Secret Army Organization and the headquarters of an army motion picture unit His body was placed in a shal low unmarked grave among those leader Antoine Argoud from a Munich hotel French police said secret army terrorists did the snatching and delivered the colo sick and tired of something you get something like the Boston tea party Hughes said he planned to meet with Republican leaders on tax proposals before the House or Senate takes any ac tion on revenue measures He said he had already discussed the matter with Rep Elmer Vermeer RPella chairman of the House Ways and Means committee and hoped to have more conferences with the Re publican lawmaker Im willing to bend over backward to maintain the abil ity to get along with the legis lature but Ill continue to press for what I consider to be im portant legislation H u g h e said He added that he thought there was room to discuss things before anything finally explodes Hughes who has made a ma jor issue of his campaign pledge favoring a withholding system for individual state in come taxes said he willing to go just half way on a compromise with the GOP of other executed men in a and them shared the tions with same accommoda their parents and ment BasfienThiry 35 dur tery near the fort Three other plotters doomed in absentia have not been caught Eight others drew prison terms BastienThiry told the court he baby beds were provided free ing his 26dav trial that he masorganized the assassination i tmm thin ki Two more Yanks die in Viet Nam advances have accounted for changes in the types of illnesses treated in hospitals Infectious diseases which require to the state during all ly simple nursing care in hosthe years he has given Hughes pitals are now largely treatediSaid He has done a good job at home with drugs on the highway commission On the other hand conditions for which there was little medi ical help in the past are now handled in the hospitals through new and complex surgical and other procedures Hospitals are being used increasingly for in1 tensive diagnostic tests which entail costly devices and the service of skilled personnel i A nationwide effort to improve hospital facilities has contribut ed to the increase in daily costs of patient care A report on a sixyear study of hospital eco nomics conducted hy the Uni vcrsity of Michigan stated that the data collected dcmonstratj ed unquestionably that increase in the complexity of services is an important factor in increasj ing costs j American Hospital Association Turn fa Page 2 Please North Iowa Cloudy little tern perature change Monday nighti and Tuesday Lows Monday night in upper 20s Highs Tuesday in mid to upper 30s Iowa Mostly cloudy Monday night cooler southeast lows Mostly cloudy Tuesday SAIGON authori ties disclosed Monday that two more Americans have been killed in South Viet termmded the assassination amlcmPl J lcaSuf Army Organization and its politi cal wing the Council of National Resistance Council chief bush iast Aug 22 He was sen tenced to death last week by a militarytribunal De Gaulle de nied him presidential clemency He was the first man executed for trying to kill De Gaulle With his lawyers he went to jthe office of of them by a Communist sniper before dawn to ask that his exj occasional northwest snow highs in extreme the 30s Further outlook Cloudy snow flurries and much colder Wed nesday Minnesota Cloudy light snow colder Highs Tuesday 2232 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Monday Maximum 31 Minimum 10 Precipitation 02 Sunrise Sunset raise lo 75 the toll of US military dead in the guer rilla war in this southeast Asian nation A military spokesman said a JS army warrant officer was killed by a Red guerrilla bullet which ripped through the Army Caribou transport plane in which tie was flying Another announcement said a JS pilot and his Vietnamese i crewman missing since Satur day when their US Army Mo hawk plane crashed were found i alive but the search for them took the life of a Marine heli copter pilot iecution be held up because of an appeal to the Cmmcil of State and because of the discovery in Gertor ancc many of exPremier Bi dominated legislature on forgiveness clause in the in come tax measure Objections have been raised that installing the withholding system July 1 would mean tax payers would pay Us years in come taxes in one year This would result from the full payment of 1962 taxes this year plus having the payments withheld from pay checks for the last half of 1963 Hughes said he would accept forgiveness1 of three months of the withholding period if that would help win passage of the withholding plan to kill De Gaulle but wanted tos Embassy Hughes said he had received to trial Thc SPV charge was published only a few complaints about in thc government newspaperihis withholding system pro It said an unidentiposal However when asked Bidault was spotted by West Ger lin Paris to avenge his bungling of an assassination attempt on De Gaulle Reds say Russian colonel gave secrets to U S and was under heavy surveillance Union charged Monday a Rus today Isian army lieutenant colonel The young officer claimed he been feeding government and his commandos did not intend IsccrcLs to an attache of the U BastienThiry during the trial zvestia YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 33 31 W H NICHOLAS OHIGGINS DIES DUBLIN Ireland W Brian OHiggins 80 prominent Irish poet author patriot and legis lator died Sunday On the inside Editorials Page 4 Clear Lake News 4 Society News 1011 Sports 1314 Latest Markets 16 Mason City News1617 Comics 18 condemned De Gaulles domestic cxPeUcd I a public opinion report land international policies He security officer had beenthat S per cent ot lowans favor leased him of undermining the fcttlSR an grease m the sales tax to i North Atlantic Treat v Soviet army offlcer Jan income tax Sv Ition by resisting integration of obscrvcrsK1rcSardedcrnor commented If that is I forces He also argued against the story maybe I better take a Ion Gaulles independent nuclear a Moslook at what I proposed 1 saying no one really thought it 1 cow tnat for i would be i France effective in protecting man Grcville British Wynne been detained here since last November Safety record at Clarinda marred CLARINDA first traf fic death involving a pedestrian since 1928 was recorded here Monday Dead was Robert C Woodman 66 who was struck by a car March 2 while crossing a street to the Clarinda Hotel whore he made his home in the winter He died Monday at a Clarinda hospital SAME DATE 1962 Safclj Prpartmrat business Hughes has stood staunchly who hasjn favor of boosting the income on spvHnx rate by nt least 33 per cent and opposed increasing the sales tax However he has said he would consider a sales tax increase if the Republican legislature could find no other way of raising state revenue Hughes meanwhile sent ftva more appointments to the Sen ate for confirmation They in cluded the Rev Lawrence Nelson 56 Bellevue Repub lican for a sixyear term oa the conservation commission The other four were nonpoliti ic a 1 nominations lo various i agencies   

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