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Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 16, 1964, Mason City, Iowa Cheer Fund gifts big and small Little girl sends 25 cents npHE note accompanying a L donation of 25 said Im a concerned SViyearold who is afraid the little girl in the picture with an empty stock ing will have a sad Christmas I asked my mommy for work so I could earn some money i earned 25 cents for washing dishes Please use it to help the little girl have a happy Christ mas It was signed Karla Moritz and contained a post script which said it was written by her mother This is just one of the many wonderful letters of support pouring into the GlobeGazette Christmas Cheer Fund head quarters as the campaign moves closer to its goal of There is another donation of 25 cents in Wednesdays list and it too is touching It came from an elderly woman with the ex planation that she is one who has been helped The smaller gifts are received with enthusiasm equal to the larger ones since they all come from the heart The Delahoyde family of the IOOF Homes as well as the children they are shepherding again are represented as are two good friends from Lake Mills the L P Rudds Mrs Rudd and I gladly join the many contributors to this worthy cause and also in grati tude for God for all blessings He has bestowed upon us Mr Rudd wrote Also included is from the estate of the late Sam Raizes a generous giver in his Yule Baskets Individuals and organiza tions planning Christmas bas kets are asked to contact Fam ily Service Inc 619 First Na tional Bank Building for clear ance of names This will pro tect against duplication and omission Persons knowing of families needing help also should get in touch with Fam ily Service The newspaper that makes all North lowans neihbors Home Edition VOL IM MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 16 1964 10c Consist ol Four Associated Press Full No Tremendous storm hits New light found in sky Birth of strange heavenly body reported ALTON BLAKESLEE The courier was liaht wavps Tim By ALTON BLAKESLEE Associated Press Science Writer AUSTIN Tex AP Excit ing news has just reached our planet earth It may b tidings of the birth of a mysterious object out to ward the edge of the universe For perhaps five billion years the news has been racing through space at the speed of 186000 miles per second The courier was light waves produced by an apparent gigan tic explosion long ago The news was picked up only three weeks ago in a picture taken with the giant 200inch telescope on Mt Palomar in California The picture showed that something had happened sud denly since a last look in that particular direction of the uni verse in 1962 The distant light streaming toward earth may be disclosing the story of the birth of one of the most puzzling of all heavenly bodies says Dr Allan R Sandage of the Mt Paloinar and Mt Wilson ob servatories The objects are known as qua sistellar forces abbreviated to QSF They are an entirely new source and kind of energy in the universe They simply do not follow the rules or laws of physical forces that astronomers and other scientists have so far figured out They know why our sun keeps burning They know that our sun is one of about 200 billion stars in a great family or gai Milky Way They know there are billions of other huge galaxies But none can yet explain why the QSFs emit such prodigious energy why they are trillions of times brighter than our own sun why they broadcast so much radio energy how or why they came about Only about 34 quasistellar sources have been identified so far just within the last few years Most of these were de tected within the last year lifetime and who did not want his gifts to stop with his death The Lions Club is just one of the many civic and social groups commerce post Jan 15 has to repeat their generosity of the been president the New Jer sey drug manufacturing firm of past Bring your gift to the Globe Gazette or mail it to CHRISTMAS CHEER GlobeGazette Box 271 Mason City Iowa 50402 CHEER FUND GOAL S300000 PREVIOUSLY REPORTED 91319 KH and VH 400 One Wiio Has Been Helped 3 Howard Dclaliuyde 500 Kruce Delahoyde ion Fred Delahoyde ioo Children of Odd Home iso Karla Moritz in Grandmothers Club 200 Gleaner S S Class Plym outh 500 Sam Raizes legacy 10000 M J 500 Western Bohemian Fraler nal Assn 1000 Kalhy Mahone 200 Letter Carricrj Auxiliary 200 In memory of George 2 10 IUIAC Council SI 501 H F D 1000 Mr and Mrs L P Rudd Lake Mills 100 Mrs B E Manley 506 Wnmen of the Moose Chap ter oflO Bethlehem Lutheran Worn ens Missionary League Mason City Lions Club Orpha Greene The Frank Kohlers A Friend Kelly Kaye Byerly 2500 SO 10 5IMI 500 100 100 I M800 THE DAYS TOTAL TOTAL TO DATE STILL NEEDED Sl70881 GIVING DAYS LEFT ONLY 1 Hughes has not made decision on Tice sentence DES MOINES AP Gov Harold Hughes said Wednesday he has not decided whether to commute the death sentence of Leon Tice Jr 23 of Council Bluffs North Iowa Weather outlook Variable cloudiness through Thursday with diminish ing to flurries Strong norther ly winds Wednesday night diminishing Thursday Cold wave Wednesday night lews 515 below Continued cold Thursday highs zera to 12 abovo Hodges hands in resignation Succeeded by New Jersey man WASHINGTON dent Johnson announced Wednes day the resignation of Luther H Hodges as secretary of com merce and named as his suc cessor New Jersey industrially Connor who will take over the commerce post Jan 15 has Merck Co Inc since 1955 The executive 50 was active in business groups supporting Johnson during the presidential election campaign Hodges has been secretary of commerce since the start of the Kennedy administration in Jan uary I960 He told Johnson he had planned to remain in the post only four years because he soon will be 67 years old Johnson flanked by Hodges Connpr Secretary of Labor W Willard Wirtz and AFLCIO President George Meany called reporters to the White House theatre to announce the Cabinet change Hodges was the second mem ber of the Cabinet of President John F Kennedy to resign since Johnson entered the White House The first resignation last summer was by the late Presidents brother Robert F Kennedy who quit as attorney general to run for the Senate on the Democratic ticket in New York Johnson said he would sub mit Connors nomination to the Dr Sandage described the discovery to the second Texas Symposium of Relativistic As trophysics and amplified in an interview This years new look with the 200inch telescope brought the surprise Now it was suddenly visible in blue light as well as nndftr a red filter The sudden blue light visibility signified an explosion Senate early in January In announcing Hodges depar ture Johnson said he accepted the resignation of Hodges a former Democratic governor of North Carolina with deep re gret Kosygin to visit Britain LONDON Prime Min ster Harold Wilson announced Wednesday that Premier Alexei Kosygin of the Soviet Union has accepted an invitation to visit BACK IN STRIDE Sen Edward M Ted Kennedy and wife Joan walk briskly to plane a few minutes after walking out of New England Baptist Hospital in Boston The youngest brother of the late president broke his back six months ago in plane crash Kennedy keeps vow to be home for Christmas Jritain Wilson told the House of Commons Kosygin also wants him to visit Moscow and com mented The House will feel t is desirable for more frequent meetings to be taking place now etween all of us whether in he Western Alliance or more videly BOSTON Edward M Kennedy DMass walked unaided out of a Boston hospital Wednesday almost six months to the day since a plane crash im mobilized him with a broken back A crowd estimated at about 600 stood in 20degree tempera ture to cheer the young sena tor as he walked slowly out of New England Baptist Hospital None of the crowd was aware that four hours earlier at 4 am secretly jleft the hospital and in the pre dawn darkness drove to Andov er 20 miles north of Boston to visit at the gravesite of an as sociate killed in the plane crash which injured Kennedy Accompanied only by his press aide Edward Martin Kennedy walked up an iceen crusted hill and stood silently at the grave of Edward Moss 41 killed with the pilot of the crashed plane Then they drove to the home of Moss widow Catherine ane visited for a while with her and the three Moss children He returned to the hospital be re 8 am in time to complete preparations for his public de parture He and his wife Joan drove to Logan International Airport and boarded a plane for Palm Beach Fla where he will com plete his recuperation before go ing to Washington for the start of the new Senate session Jan Both he and his pretty wife Joan were hatless as they went aboard the commercial plane after acknowledging the cheers of a second crowd at the air port is to be paved to Iowa 105 by end of69 Asks 2nd degree conviction In trial of Frank Berlin By CHARLES W WALK North Iowa News Director ELDORA The prosecution Wednesday asked a Districl Court jury to convict Frank Berlin III of second degree mur der in the death of James Ward 31yearold roofer who died five days after a Sept 25 fight with Berlin in Iowa Falls Berlin had been tried on an open charge of murder in the incident Berlin 19yearo 1 d formei Ellsworth College football play er listened to Hardin County Attorney Allan M Oppen tel the jury in his closing remarks that Berlin and his three com panions were looking for ex citement the night before the fight I think Berlin wanted to hurt this him badly Op pen said Oppen also told the jury that Berlin was in an evil state oi mind as evidenced by the vi ciousness of the act Regarding the medical testi mony presented by the defense Oppen called for the jury not to give any weight to it at all Four defense physicians testi ried earlier that they believed Wards death was caused by carbon monoxide poisoning not skull fractures Oppen pointed out that none of the defense doctors had ex amined the body as had two The Globes Iowa Line The exclude lanr distance telephone wire uied to Cither Inform iticm for thli article physicians who testified for the state that death was caused by brain damage Oppen also belittled testimony by Berlin and a companion Charles Obermeier about the circumstances leading up to the fight with Ward He called Berlins conduct completely uncalled for and pointed out that anyone had the right drunk or walk across the street and get into his car without being set upon by youths seeking excite ment Delivering the closing re marks for the defense Wednes day morning was Eldora Attor ney Donald Wilson In his summation Wilson stressed two points First that Berlin was acting in selfdefense in his fight with Ward And sec ond that Wards death was Although the location of Inter state 35 through North Iowa is not yet established the time able for completion of the work remains the same The fiveyear plan released Wednesday by the Iowa State Highway Commission calls for completion of the interstate to owa 105 by Qie end of 1969 The plan calls for the com pletion of the interstate north Yom Des Moines to the intersec ion with Iowa 175 near Ells worth by the end of 1966 In 967 the interstate is scheduled to be paved from 175 to the in tersection of Highway 3 near Rowan The schedule still calls for the interstate to be completed to Highway 18 by the end of 1968 and on to an intersection with Highway 105 by he end of 1969 Throughout the commissions fiveyear pan the route of In terstate 35 on the maps cdhtin ucs to be the one originally sur veyed That route closely par ellels Highway 69 through Wright Hancock Winnebago counties in North Iowa The US Bureau of Public Roads which provides 90 per cent of the consttuction cost of the Interstate system has said this route is not acceptable Work on Interstate 35 and oth er interstate highways around the stale constitute a major por tion of the construc tion program outlined in the fiveyear plan Of this total is earmarked for interstate construction with the HIGHWAY Continued on Page 2 r BERLIN Continued on Page 2 On the inside Threeyearold Jod y Teeters ofVartTna viJlelnd takes time to check the inner workings of Santa while presenting her Christmas requests to the jolly old fellow in an Indianapolis department SLOI G McNamara says No need for hike in NATO nuclear arms PARIS AP US Defense McNamara by implication Secretary Robert S McNamara aid Wednesday further Jarge cale investments in strategic nuclear weapons are unncces ary because the United States 3ossesscs enough power to bring 00 million quick casualties to he Soviet Union In such an allout nuclear ex change the Russians would ex pect to inflict the same number of deaths on the American pop ulation he told the annual HlfHWAV ij i winter ministerial meeting of HIGHWAY projects listed he North Atlantic Treaty Or in North Iowa counties ganization Page 28 suggested there was no need for separate nuclear deterrent sys tems such as those possessed by the British and French And he insisted in the stron gest possible terms that the United States could not even contemplate a conflict in which Western Europe would be the Massive as such a shock i would be to either the United Editorials Society news lbTl12 c L Comics 19 iStatcs he Soviet Unionu Sports news 2122 would be even worse if a full Clear Lake news 2425 nuclear strike hit the closely North Iowa news 28 Mason City 3435 Transit timvtable 40 packed countries of Western Europe conference sources quoted the secretary as saying Shopping days till Christmas battlefield and the United States and the Soviet Union would be nuclear sanctuaries McNamara said the United States has stockpiled nuclear weapons in West Germany alone equal to r000 times the power of the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima or a blasting power equal to a mil Jion tons of TNT In all of Washingtons plan ning McNamara said as much interest is taken in protecting Western European targets as those in the United States He said that generally speak ing the conventional power of the NATO alliance presented a satisfactory picture Present force goals are adequate to meet aggression he said He added that except for a few countries there is no need for increases in national defense budgets Record cold winds Covers nations north and west y THE ASSOCIATED PRKSS A tremendous winter storm escribed by the Weather Bu eau as almost unprecedented truck with record cold and linding snow in the nations Vorthsvest Wednesday Shrieking winds with gusts p to 95 mph pressed east varcl toward the Great Lakes back toward the Pacific and down into the central Plains and tlississippi Valley The great mass of arctic air dropped the temperature to 34 degrees below zero at Great Falls Mont At Helena where the wind whipped more than 2 inches of snow in a 22 temperature a Weather Bureau meteorologist said venturing out of doors is considered dangerous unless a person is thoroughly prepared New snow measured one to five inches in the northern half of Minnesota The cold spread west into Washington State and south and east into Wyoming and South Dakota Drifting snow closed schools and roads in some areas of Montana Wyoming Idaho and Washington The Weather Bureau said Wed nesdays temperatures in Mon tana probably would hold 15 to 25 degrees below zero and Wed nesdays lows would drop to around 40 below The spreading storm prompt ed heavy snow warnings for Montana Wyoming and the Da kotas and cold wave warnings from the Pacific Northwest to the Mississippi Valley A van carrying nine prisoners rom the county jail in Seattle Wash to a reformatory tipped over on a snowy highway but officials took no chances a ow truck righted the vehicle with the prisoners still inside Robert L Brown Jr was awakened by the howling winds in Bellevuc a suburb of Seattle He rushed outside and moved his new station wagon from un der his trees But two of his neighbors trees tumbled one on his car and the other on his house Winds at 35 miles per hour made life miserable in Cut Bank Mont where the temper aturc was 27 Tuesday Unoffi cial lows in Montana included 40 in Havre and 38 at Summit a mountain top community Great Falls had a December record low of 24 Schools were closed in north central Montana and US 12 was blocked by blowing drifting snow in the northwestern part of the state Wind gusts hit 70 mph at Livingston north of Yellowstone Park Huge clouds of dust floated over the plains of Kansas and Colorado US 87 north of Den ver was closed for a period Tuesday after 3 series of auto accidents caused by dust One pileup on Valley Highway in Adams County involved 12 to 15 cars Residents in Bear Valley southeast of Denver reported up to 4 inches of dirt accumula tion The Colorado Department of Agriculture said the winter wheat crop was hit hard It also reported a shortage of cattle forage The freakish winds in eastern and northeastern Colorado reached gusts of 95 mph at one point The low In Colorado was a paralyzing 31 in AJamo sa SAME OSUck Flir Meant T 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