Monday, March 25, 1963

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 25, 1963, Mason City, Iowa Whats new in Iowa See roundup on page 3 To battle fire with fire RIO DE JANEIRO UP Cuban exiles and Brazilian con servatives Monday threatened counterdemonstrations against a government authorized mass meeting of hemisphere Commu nists Brazilian Communists confi dently predicted their weeklong antiAmerican congress would be a big success But anti One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL Editor and Publisher BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO 1300 pm Sun YVOI Ames 640 am Toes WTAD Qutecy 930 WSUI City 910 515 pm Dillinger once came to my town TN A BACKWARD GLANCE over 50 years as a and I think of myself as a re porter rather than as an editor or would have to rate a visit to my town by John Dillinger and his gang of bank robbers as the one most spectacular news story of my career It happened just 29 years ago 13 its fresh er in my memory than almost anything that has happened since After a half hour or so of terrorizing our business sec tion Dillinger and his five as sociates drove out of town in a car packed with hostages and loot of from our First National Bank This was the one most the jobs pulled off by the Dillinger gang on a 13month crime wave of unprecedented fury in the mid west History has no more dra matic proof of the claim that crime doesnt pay than the fact that within nine months after that Mason City bank rob bery John Dillinger and every one of his five associates were in their graves Let me hark back to a visit I had a year or so ago by a cleancut young man named John Toland He was accompa nied by his lovely Japanese bride His mission here was to learn what he could about the Dillinger visit here He thought he could check and doublecheck everything in a day or two for a book he was preparing to write The day or two he and his wife Toshiko planned to spend here stretched out to a week They found the one most inter esting chapter here We opened our files to John Toland and Castro Cubans said they would stage street rallies and Brazilian conservative groups said they would picket all Red meetings The Communist congress au thorized by the government at a time when the United States was preparing a aid package for Brazil in 1963 gets under way formally Preliminary talks will open in a Sao Paulo theater usually re served for burlesque A planned simultaneous conference in Rio was postponed until Tuesday On Thursday an estimated 400 leading international and hemisphere Communists will get together with their Brazilian counterparts for a solidarity with Cuba congress Delegates from 78 countries are expected The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 103 MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY MARCH 25 1963 UOc a copy No 38 On the inside page 4 North Iowa News 5 Society News 8910 Sports i3i4 Latest Markets 16 Mason City News 1617 Comics is Clear Lake News 2223 Cool front to follow rain record high Cooler weather moved back into Iowa Monday after recordbreak ing spring temperatures covered the state over the weekend Temperatures Monday were ex pected to range from the 50s in the northwest to the 60s in the southeast nearly 20 degrees be low Sundays balmy weather Highs Sunday varied from 70 degrees at Dubuque to 81 degrees at Sioux City Many Iowa cities reported alltime highs for the date Mason Citys high Sunday was 80 in town 77 at the airport The previous record for the date was 72 set in 1939 Thundershowers moved east ward across the state during the night with Council Bluffs report ing 91 of an inch of rain Water loo 65 Mason City 75 Des Moines 19 and Cedar Rapids 17 The Weather Bureau said the cooler air will spread over the state Monday night with lows ranging from the 30s in the north west to the 40s in the southeast Lows early Monday varied from 41 degrees at Mason City to 57 at Lamoni Cooler weather is expected Tuesday SAFE LANDING GALVESTON Tex UPI debat had to be documented This is the mark of Tolands other books including But Not in uaities Shame a story of our war in the Pacific up to the Bataan March At this very time The Dill inger Days is coming off the Random House Press I had been privileged to read one of the first volumes printed and my visit with you from this point on will be in review of what should prove one of the most worthwhile and most talked about books of the year John Toland starts at the be ginning He reports on the un happy Dillinger boyhood and its inevitable influence on his career Something went out of his life when his mother died He nev er felt close to his stepmother He developed a surly embit tered disposition In 1924 at age 21 Dillinger was arrested and sentenced to the Indiana re formatory for an attempted holdup of a hometown grocer in Mooresville Ind Resentful about the 10 to 20 year sentence Dillinger be came openly rebellious In 1929 at his own request he was transferred to the state peni tentiary in Michigan City He wanted to meet more highpow ered criminals It was there he met some who were later to become members of his gang These included Homer Van Me ter and John Hamilton both with him on the Mason City rob bery Dillinger was paroled May 22 1933 by Gov Paul McNutt He had been in prison nine years He left determined to col lect from society a debt he con vinced himself was owing to him because of his long in carceration The next June 4 he pulled make an emergency landing at Galveston There were no cas Be truthful or be quiet WASHINGTON A State Department news officer says that a government official who can not be truthful with news media representatives at all times should button his lip Robert Manning re jected the idea that a government official might be justified in moments of crisis in lying to news media More NY strike talks NEW YORK Publishers and striking photo engravers met for talks it was hoped would finally end the 108day New York newspaper strike The biggest break in the million strike came Sunday when the striking printers reversed themselves and accepted a compromise settlement proposal it British model surrenders MADRID London model Christine Keeler linked to high political circles in Britain where she was involved in a shooting case has surrendered to Spanish police A British Embassy spokesman said the case of the 21yearold redhead is being referred to the Foreign Office in London Opposes death penalty DES T Duffy former war den of Californias San Quentin Prison said capital punishment is often unequally administered and fails to deter major crimes Duffy was in Des Moines at the request of an organization Towans Against the Death Penalty which seeks repeal of capital punish ment Probers suggest cutback Study group in report FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON Congres sional leaders indicated Mon day they are eager to hear per sonally from Gen Lucius Clay how his presidential committee would cut the administrations foreign aid program The chairmen of both the House Foreign Affairs commit tee and the Senate Foreign Re lations committee said they 0 Vc j wanted to hear more from Clay Up to 8 amMonda on a report on foreign aid made public over the weekend They made their comments after President Kennedy and Brazilian finance minister San tiago Dantas concluded a finan cial agreement involving up to million in help for Brazils beleaguered economy The agreement coincided with the opening of a of Com Maximum Minimum 72 3D KRESS IS DEAD iiie inning 01 a week of Com munist sponsored antiAmerican up to 8 amSunda meetings in Rio De Janeiro which may jeopardize chances for future US aid to Brazil The Brazilian governments re fusal to ban the Communist meeting has stirred a furor in NEW YORK Pi Rush H congress Kress 85 former president of The economic package S H Kress Co and head includes a mixture of new of the Kress Foundation that had gjven away miHion worth of art treasures died Sat urday after an illness of sev eral months POUNDS ARE MELTING AWAY losing pounds Mondays weight232a Mary Ferguson Long Beach Calif loss so far of 12 pounds Her goalBv 8 determined to go two next Sunday a shape worthv of a new ueeks without food looks at the cal Easter dress She consumes only coffee enclarchart showing her progress in tea and bouillon North Iowa Cloudy windy colder Monday night lows 30 to 35 Partly cloudy cooler Tuesday highs lower 50s Iowa Partly cloudy through Tuesday cooler Lows Mon day night near 30 northwest to 40 southeast Highs Tues day in 50s Further outlook Mostly fair mild Wednesday Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average 3 to 5 degrees above normal Monday night through Saturday Normal lows are from the upper 20s north to the middle 30s south Normal highs are from the upper 40s north to lower 50s south Cooling at start of pe riod warming by midweek and remaining mild thereafter Little or no precipitation is anticipated Minnesota Partly cloudy cooler Highs Tuesday 42 to 50 GlobeGazette Weather Data Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation Sunrise Sunset AGO Maximum Minimum 80 42 50 75 38 24 GlobeGazette Weather Data postponed debt payments and added credits At the same time the Interna tional Monetary Fund long at odds with Brazil over Brazilian economic policies rescheduled a S265 million debt owed by JBrazil The monetary fund to Which Uie United States con tributes heavily also indicated it would begin negotiating with Brazil on a new SlOO million standby agreement to help the South American country curb inflation Earlier USBrazilian rela tions had been strained by a State Department report to Con gress that Communists were in One womens weight fight it if Lonely fast in hotel room EDITORS admittedly fat Mary Ferguson moved into a hotel room fo get away from the temptations of her own cooking caught the imagination of millions Here is her story of her continuing fast written exclusively for The Associated Press By MARY FERGUSON Written for Associated Press LONG BEACH Calif AP Seven days have gone by 168 hours without Im feel ing like a rose blooming on a dewy vine Sounds kind of corny I know but its true Ive lost 12 pounds and I am down to 232 Im inches smaller around the hips 2 smaller around the waist and 4 smaller aroum the bust Its hard to guess just yet how much Ill lose between now anc next Sunday when my selfim posed fast is over My doctor says I will average about two pound a day but Im hoping for more I promised myself and my hus band that I would fast for two weeks locked up here in my hole room but everything is going so well I think Ill keep it up even after I go home What 1 really want to do is get down to 128 pounds which would be just right for my 5foot2 height My husband calls me at least twice every day and when I told him my new uiuu i hips 44 waist and 49 have l hacl visions of all kinds said Honey thats wonderful of cneeses American and Swiss V a size That way I can find something with a little color in it not those drab blacks that you get in size I know Ill get a new dress now husband Arthur has already promised it to me The doctor told me the first 48 hours would be the hardest that after that my stomach would shrink and there wouldnt be any hunger pangs lound however that it im rough for the first 72 hours All I have had is coffee tea and bouillon I have coffee at 8 am with no cream or sugar just a little saccharine Then Iced tea at noon and coffee again at 4 pm The closest thing to food I have is bouillon at 7 pm My worst time of all came with the bouillon Inst Tuesday night The waiter who brought up my tray made a was a big plate of crackers on it Thats not my tray I told him Get it out of here Get it out of here Somehow I guess it was associ ation I had a craving for cheese o go with the crackers I didnt Keep it up 1 know you can and I love you Hes a wonderful man Slender not like ne and with white hair at 45 hes very distinguishedlook ng I started this fast because I wanted a new dress for Easter I want to be down to at least Ikes son resigns from the Army after 19 years iCol WASHINGTON UP Intended leave from the Army ol John Eisenhower son ofisince April 1961 to assist hiV in great big chunks On Wednesday I awoke and felt terribly depressed For about an hour I felt I couldnt go on any longer It was the worst feeling Ive had since I came here But I immediately prayed to St Jude the patron saint of those who try the impos I said my Rosary Aft er that I began to feel a little bet ter Later in the morning the hunger came back For a minute I felt like f was leaving this world com pletely but 1 got up and chewed and felt US army after 19 years of mil itary service An Army spokesman said official papers The spokesman said in re sponse to inquiries that Eisen hower will receive no scpara years and years now that when its not getting anything sweet it balks a little bit I guess the little sugar I chewed out of the gum a position to influence the polMAn Army said hower will receive no separasugar I chewed 01 icy of the Goulart government lfc wasjlion pay or pension rights Thccame to its Sic The State Department later cd VCek at Carlisle minimum period of service to I Sincethen T ru any Communists in the P1a whcre youngiqualify for a military pensioni ment could not affect its pol Owcr hd bccn 20 years icies lto stupes next August Eisenhower born 3 iyn The executive secretary of the at lhc Arm War College tin Denver Colo was feeitTof Clay committee Wiiliam Dcntz frnm UWf found so 3 Cry SO DOGGON7E your Photofax JHC UtAl UiLC 1 lit JJUJltti J his first bank robbery the best in a dog show all day is doggone first sight Anyhow the woman in the National Bank of New Carlisle apparently so this poodle background has a much easier job than a lift from the show hall 1o his the unidentified Younirstown Ohio Turn to Page 1 Please 1 car Or maybe it was a case of love at poodle owner ler said the committee made no recommendations for any icuts in Kennedys new bil foreign aid request now before Congress Dentzter said the committee did report that by making bet ter use of the money it could have cut this years foreign aid program by billion million more than Congress re duced it He said stories that the ncw program could be trimmed much were based on misin terpretations i Dentiler said the committee emphasized that existing aid commitments to other countries could not be summarily broken and that the economies it rec ommended should be applied over a threeyear period He said the committee did not try to examine new aid pro grams The younger Eisenhower now has been on JOHN EISENHOWER jfrom West Point in 1944 l fec calmer T He served as a secretary to the general staff of supreme mg a wonderful tranquility I headquarters when his father y bcheve rm having such commanded the DDay invasion1 casy time of i God of Europe in World War II Latjls Wlth me er he was first operations chief and then chief of intelligence1 FDR JR APPROVED for the 3rd Infantry Division in The Sen Korea ae save overwhelming acprov He was awarded the IeWal Moncia President Ken of Merit for his service as an v s of Franklin assistant to his father in the Roosevelt Jr 48 as urder White House He also wears thesccretarv combat infantry badge aud oth er decorations The Pentagon spokesman saul he did not know the reason for Eisenhowers action but it was presumed he wishes to continue j the work with his father His appointment to the war college last winter was consid ered a plum which would at jtraet him back into active son icc I SAME DATE 196211