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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 7, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                newspaper that mokes all North lowons neighbors HOMI EDITION JOc a One MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY DECEMBER 7 1HS Associated Press Full Wlni VOL ItS No 4 fiJSc If Reds up arms fund Pholofax READY FOR PRESENT Rafael Pa checo 5 enters Seattle Childrens Orthopedic Hos pital for the first step in an operation which may help him walk without crutches for the first time in his life With him is Lorraine Charvet 24 Grandview Wash who became interested inxJose while in the Peace Corps in a hospital in Santa Maria Colombia Gift for boy Use of a leg SEATTLE Wash Pacheco is a 5yearold Colombian orphan who has never walked without crutches K Lorraine Charvet 24 is a nurjse from the Cen tral Washington farming community of Grandview who went to Colombia with the Peace Corps VFive daysbefore Christmas thanks to Miss charvet and others Jose will have an operation which doctors hope will give him the use of his crippled left leg The leg was fractured while Jose jyas a baby and the fracture was never treated It doesnt seem to have hurt his personality a bit Miss Charvet met him and fell in love with him during 18 months as a nursing supervisor in the pediatrics department of the School for Practical Nurses at San Juan De Dios Hospital in Sanita Maria Colombia Y She wrote to her mother who is active in the Grandview unit of the Seattle Childrens Orthopedic Hospital Auxiliary Back to Santa Maria went a letter from Dr Abraham Bergman of the hospital staff asking for Joses history and Xrays After looking at them Dr Bergman and his associates decided the operation would be worthwhile The Rotary Club in Santa Maria raised the money for the airline ticket examination at Childrens Orthopedic Monday Then he went home to Grandview withMiss Charvet to wait for what may be the biggest Christ mas present hell ever get Looking at policy on Viet Big decisions will be made JOHNSON CITY Tex President Johnson moving clos er to Viet Nam policy decisions summoned top national security advisers to a conference Tues day that officials saidbore no relation to an announced in crease in the Soviet military budget Secretary of Defense Robert S McNamara and Secretary of State Dean Rusk were called to the Presidents ranch before the Soviet announcement was made Press secretary Bill D Moyers said I dont know of any rela tionship between the meeting and the Moscow announcement The President was up early Tuesday doing paperwork and studying documents in advance of the arrival of the two Cabi net officers Johnson announced his Con ference with McNamara Rusk and national security aide Mc George Bundy at an impromptu ranch news conference Monday We needs said The will discuss defense rather fully Johnson President emphasized Arrest boy for starting Bluffs fires COUNCIL BLUFFS 15yearold youth has been ar rested in connection with a ser ies of fires in a residential area here The case was under investiga tion Tuesday by juvenile author ities Residents of the area told Fire Chief Frank Gilman the fires followed a Saturday night pat tern Acting on Oilmans advice residents set up a vigil One of the residents John McCullough collared the youth about 10 pm Saturday as he entered a vacant house Police said the youth had a bottle of gasoline cardboard boxes and two books of matchesi in his possession They quoted the youth as say ing it was the first time he had carried gasoline and that he used airplane glue to start three previous fires Officers said damage from the fires was minor GIFTS FOR GIs TRENTON NJ AP The New Jersey American Legion has collected worth of gifts for American servicemen in South Viet Nam Commander William R Huggard says Inside The Globe Editorials 4 Mason City news 89 Latest markets 9 Society news 111213 North Iowa news Sports Farm news Comics Clear Lake news Classified pages 14 1516 U 20 21 that no bigdecisions have yet been made in the wake of Mc Namaras inspection trip to Sai gon last week Hedid hot saywhen thedeci sions would be made However in a statement Sunday taking issue with a Federal Reserve Board move to boost interesl rates Johnson said he wished the board had waited until Jan uary when the nature and im pact of the administrations budgetary and Viet Nam deci sions are known Johnson did tell reporters thai until we do have peace we are going to to help the people of South Viet Nam resist aggression and we are going to supply whatever men will be needed in that effort The subject came up after a reporter reminded the Presiden of a published report from Sai gon that Viet Nam troop in creases possibly matching those of the Koreanwar were being discussed Some 500000 US troops were in Korea at one point compared with 165700 now in South Viet Nam I wouldnt want to make any predictions or prognostica tions Johnson said We n doubt between now and the firs of the year will have to mato plans for what changes will tak place But so far as I am aware these planshave not been made yet and these decisions have not been made All this coupled with his Sun day statement seemed to sug gest that Johnson will wait while before making the deci Sef budget at billion MOSCOW UP Soviet Union announced a 5 per cent increase in its defense budget Tuesday be cause of what the finance minister called conditions of international clanger Finance Minister Vasily Garbuzov told the Su preme Soviet Parliament that 134billion rubles will be spent on defense in 1966 This is more than billion at the official ex change rate and GOOmillion rubles million more than the announced figure Cleored of meat price irregularity for 1965 Many Western experts consid er that the Soviet defense bud get does not give an accurate picture of Soviet military spend ing since it does not cover all of the items normally included in the defense budgets of West ern countries US defense spending for 1966 was originally budgeted at billion Some sources in Wash Preventive action in Viet Nam Spec5 Robert T Bensberg Colorado Springs Colo who speaks Vietnamese fluently questions a blindfolded Viet Cong suspect near Vo DatSO miles northeast of Saigon last weeks roundup of suspects in the area known as the Pholofax rice bowl The 2nd battalion of the 173rd Air borne Brigade moved into the region previously controlled by the Viet Cong to prevent seizure of Che rice harvest by the Communists WHITE PLAINS NY The late Henry A Wallace a native lowan and former vice president wrote in his will that there are higher values than monetary values He left an estate valued at Wallaces will signed last July 30 was filed for probate Monday in Westchester County Surrogates Court here Wallace who lived in South Salem NY died Nov The will disposed of real es tate valued at and per sonal property including stocks valued at Wallace wrote that much of the stocks already had been given to his sons Robert of Doylestown Pa and Henry B of West Des Moines Iowa his daughter Mrs Jean W Douglas of Washington DC and other relatives Ultimately they will get more from his wifes estate the will said It has been my ambition to add to the worlds wealth both material and spiritual Wallace wrote in the will I have been blessed in many ways and would like to pass some of the blessings on Some of his material wealth he wrote was still in the corn companies he had developed in Iowa Illinois and Indiana He added all of my children and grandchildren should recog nize fully year by year how much they owe to the loyalty and ability of the employes of the various Pioneer Corncom panies These men and women have created great wealth They are more important than divi dend checks So my farewell message is recognize your debt to the com panies and keep the companies strong family will be strong insofar as it recognizes that there are higher values than monetary values The will left 20 shares of stock in Wallaces corn com pany each to the Carl Kueng family and the Peter Kausch family who work on Wallaces farm Son Henry B was bequeathed Wallaces property at Green Mountain Falls Colo plus 150 shares of Pioneer Corn Co Son Robert got all the shares of the Wallace HyCross Hatch eries Inc The South Salem farm was left to his widow and upon her death to their daughter Jean Of the remainder of the stock in the Wallace companies 60 per cent will go to thev Wallace Genetic Foundation 30 per cent to Simpson College Indianola Iowa and 10 per cent to St Stephens Episcopal Church Ridgefield Conn The first case tried in the slate on a charge of meat pric ing irregularities as the thvaJ rt will be of investigations by the State 52 billion or 53 billion Department of Agriculture re In announcing a defense ex suited Tuesday in a verdict ofpenditure reduction last year o innocent 500nulhon rubles Garbuzov had T appealed for other countries to Judge Harold R Wmston m folow the Soviet lead Tod he Police Court handed down a verlaid that an increase was re diet of not guilty on a charge ired b conditions of ag filed against Eugene R Good gravation oE international dan manager of the West CUfton He accused imperialists Super Market 1015 4th SW trying to create new tensions In giving his decision Winston in the world said I gave Cliftons the full benefit the law and I do not The finance minister did not believe that any of the employes Nam or other spe of Cliftons intentionally meant cific trouble spots to misweigh any meat Garbuzov said defense will take up 128 per cent of the 1966 It appears that Cliftons had budget the scales checked by the Toledo Scale Co after the first tion and at least twice after the second inspection This evi dences their good faith in at tempting to correct their dis crepancies They changed their method of weighing materials used to wrap the meat and rcschooled theirj help as to the proper methods of weighing and packaging the 10 Davenport city officials indicted DAVENPORT AP The Scott County grand jury indict ed 10 Davenport city officials and employes or former em ployes Tuesday including May or Ray OBrien Eight including OBrien and Public Works Director Rex D Mathews were charged with private use of public property Three including Mathews were charged with failure to abel publicly owned motor ve hides Specifics of the true bills were not known immediately However informed sources said all but one of the true bills apparently grew out of recent disclosures of illegal trash col lections by cityowned trucks Indicted with OBrien and Ma thews on the charge involving public property were IHRISTMAS es Arnold Kuehl US Perkins ene Perkins and Kermit Blair Indicted along with Mathews Mithe motor vehicle labeling charge were Roy Eckhardt Streets supervisor and Roberl Ehlert superintendent of the sanitation department The charges known as indict able misdemeanors carry maximum penalty on conviction of six months in jail and a fine or both y The grand jury also voted no true bills against two other in dividuals District Judge Robert K Stohr said arraignment wouk be next week and bond wouk be set at each Scott County Attorney David Miller declined comment on th case Ira Kaiser Vth Ward aWer man Carl R Martin assistan supervisor of the Public Works Department aad the present or former city employ ORDER CARS PHILADELPHIA AP The Pennsylvania Railroad says baa ordered 2064 additiona following freight cars at a total cost million i Marks his ordination in prison CUMBERLAND Md AP heMost Rev James Edward lsh a frail remnant of the oman Catholic Churchs once lourishing China missions marks the golden anniversary of is ordination Tuesday behind he barred doors of a Chinese Communist prison evaM Bishop Walsh 74 the last Known American missionary still in Red China entered the sriesthood 50 years ago at tfaryknoH NY He is a native f Cumberland The few reports that the Church receives indicates he is spending his years in prayer and meditation The bishops only link with he outside world is the one let ter a month he is permitted to receive and the one he is per mitted to write Queen Mother has cose of laryngitis LONDON Moth er Elizabeth is under a doctors care for laryngitis The queen mother 65 recov ered from a bout of influenza on ly a week A royal spokesman said she had a temperature but said the attack was mild BISHOP WALSH Gemini in new orbital pattern million bond vote at Clinton North Iowa Weather outlook s Generally fair and warmer through Wednesday shifting to westerly IS25 miles per boor Tuesday night Lews Tuesday night in low 30s Highs Wednesday in mid Ms Weather Details On Page 2 SPACE CENTER Houston Tex AP Astronaut Frank BOrman jammed the Gemini 7 into a new orbital pattern Tues preliminary move toward he historic 17500mileanhour meeting of two space ships in Lhe skies The rendezvous with the Gem ini 6 spacecraft being rushed to readiness for blastoff from Cape Kennedy Fla could be achieved Sunday a day earli er than planned in this most am bitious of US space adven tures Gemini 7 began 45th orbit at am CST Between Australia and Canton Island over the Pacific Ocean as Borman and his copilot James Lovell Jr hurtled along in the 44th orbit of their 14day marathon journey Borman fired his aft thrusters for 165 sec onds This apparently succeeded in boosting the speed of the space craft by some 12 feet a second and raised the low point of it elliptical orbit from 138 to 145 miles above the earth The high point was lowered from 199 to 196 miles Over Canton Island Borman reported to a tracking station below that the thrusters burned and cut off exactly on time It should have been a good one he called down A second firing later will iring the Gemini 7 into a cir cular orbit 185 miles out and place it in position for the pur suit by Gemini 6 Navy Capt Walter M Schir ra and Air Force Maj Thomas P Stafford originally were scheduled to blast off next Mon day But at Cape Kennedy Fla joth rocket and spacecraft crews were running 24 hours ahead of schedule A Sunday launch became a strong possi bility Flight Director Christopher C Kraft said a final decision would not have to be reached before Thursday but in the meantime he instructed Borman and Lov ell to make a preliminary neuver toward bringing the Gemini 7 spacecraft into a cir cular orbit If Gemini 6 is launched a day early Borman will carry out another maneuver Thursday that will bring the Gemini 7 into a circular orbit 185 miles from earth George Page chief spacecraft lest conductor at Cape Kenne dy said a simulated flight test of Gemini 6 originally planned GEMINI turn to Page 2 f judge noted The charge filed by County Atty B Michael Dunn alleged false labeling of content weight of fresh meat The charge did not allege bad faith or fraud but was based on actual weight shortages on Sept 21 he said In last Fridays trial in Po lice Court attorney Donald Burrington representing Good told the court the weight short ages were the result of an honest mistake and that in tent to commit fraud had not been proved Good and store employes had blamed the weight discrep ancies on a faulty scale They told of discovering that the scale actually varied when the meat was placed in different positions A court demonstration re vealed that a package of pork chops showed a price of 94 cents when weighed on the front of the scale When weighed on the middle of the scale it Showed a price of 93 cents and when weighed on the back the price dropped to 92 cents Two inspections of the store were conducted by the Iowa De partment of Agriculture on May 4 and Sept 21 Six instances of meat pricing irregularities were foundduring the second inspec tion The charge was based on these specific shortages De Gaulle decides to enter runoff PARIS AP President Charles de Gaulle has decided to enter the runoff election Dec 19 informed sources reported Tuesday The runoff will pit him against Francois Mitterrand who placed a strong second in Sundays first round with combined backing of the Communist and nonCommu nist left De Gaulle got 4461 per cent of the vote ami Mitterrand 3172 per cent De Gaulles reported decision came after he returned to Paris from his country home He has a meeting scheduled with his cabi net Wednesday The deadline for announcing his candidacy in the runoff is midnight Thursday CLINTON AP The indus trial future of Clinton was on the line Tuesday when voters went to the polls to vote on a million bond issue The issue the largest indus trial bond issue in the United States takes advantage of Iowas new industrial revenue bond law permitting the city to issue such bonds then build a factory which is in turn leased to a manufacturer The rent col lected is used to retire the bond There is no cost to the city and it gains significantly through taxes A new industry Chemplex Co a joint operation of Skelly Oil Co and American Can Co has selected Clinton as the site for a plant for manufacturing chehi icals and plastics It plans to employ 150 per sons with a yearly payroll of million It is also expected that Chem plex would draw other related industries to Clinton Robert Bickelhaupt vice pres ident of the Clinton Develop ment Co a privately financed group to attract new businesses said the really impor tant benefits this city stands to gain from this matter is a rep utation for industrial develop ment It is anticipated that Clinton will grant the necessary 60 per cent majority However backers of the proposalhope a much argcr percentage will be at tained In six tests of the bond issue thus far in Iowa every com munity has granted approval by at least 90 per cent Clinton is the largest Iowa city to face the question PUBLISHER DIES SANTA BARBARA Calif AP Jefferson Jones 73 former Minnesota and Montana news paper publisher died Monday Jones formerly was editor and publisher of the old Minneapolis Journal and owner editor and publisher of the Boseman Mont Chronicle SAME   

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