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Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, December 28, 1964
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ft BRANCH - Services at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday £ <!' Henry J< *n«>n, foster mother of Donald Johnson, national commander of the American Legion. Mrs Johnson died Saturday at Orion, IU. where she had been living with her husband , * DiS MOINES - The' Iowa Commerce. Commission said Monday it has revoked the truck operator permit of Cedar Rapids Steel Transportation, Inc., of Cedar Rapids;; effective Jan. 11. The commission alleged the company was acting as a motor carrier between fixed points m Iowa in violation of its permit, and that it violated a cease and desist order issued- in 1963 * . POCAHONTAS - Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hunt of Pocahontas have received word of the death of their son, Charles, 41, in an Illinois traffic accident. Hunt died at a Joliet, 111., hospital Sunday of injuries suffered a short time earlier ' in a two-car crash near Morris, IH. His wife and six children were seriously injured. * DES MOINES _ Two Des M o i n e s men have been charged with aiding one of the three men who escaped last Tuesday night from the county jail at Marshalltown. The two charged were identified by police as Harold Eugene Stewart, 29, and James William Bennett, 28. The two were accused of assisting in the escape of Robert James McCrea, 19. McCrea, John Pelham, 36, and Gerald M. Reeder, 24, all of Marshalltown, broke out of jail. Urge GOP to seek middle of the road NEW YORK (AP) _ The bas^- ic Republican position must be the middle road of moderation, according to Rep. Gerald R. Ford of Michigan, who is seeking to unseat Rep. Charles A. Halleck of Indiana as House Republican leader. Ford said the election defeat of Republican conservatives in the House means that "the moderate-to j liberal wing of the party has earned a greater voice in policy-setting groups." Writing in Fortune magazine, Ford said the Democratic victory in November was not a mandate for "drastic liberal action." He called it instead "possibly the first, negative landslide in American history." Ford also said the Republican party should strive "to correct the frequently distorted ima'ge of a Republican-Southern Democrat coalition." The Republican party's recovery, he said, will "depend upon the extent of our performance ^and record of Republicans in this 89th Congress." He said the Republicans in Congress must come up early with "an'affirmative and sped. tic Republican legislative pro. gram." Monroney sees distant victory for U. S. in Viet WASHINGTON (AP) — Sen. A. S. Mike Monroney, D-Okla.. believes the United States eventually will win the war in Viet Nam and that abandoning it "would be an act of idiocy." He' did not estimate how' long the war would last but at one point he said 20 or 30 years meant little to the Communist's. Monroney, who has just completed a three-week Asian tour, was interviewed Sunday nighl on the CBS radio and television program, "Face the Nation." Meanwhile, 105 Washington area clergymen and religious leaders revealed that they had sent a petition to President Johnson urging an immediate cease-fire and a negotiated pot litical settlement in South Viet Nam. BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU -The National Better Business Bureau processed a record 117,708 requests for information and assistance from business and the public last year. DOCTOR'S HELPER _ A flying nurse* hits the suriace of the Saigon River during a recent maneuver m Viejr' Nam. The parachuting nurses, a new corps which is flown into battle areas and dropped to attend the wounded, is one of the most recent uses of women in the government's struggle against the Viet Cong. —AP Photofax OUT OF HEAVENS-Soaking wet, t h e Vietnamese Army nurse climbs onto dock after she was pulled from the Saigon River. 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Dragging waterproof medical kits behind them, they swam to the river bank and were soon administering first aid to several paratroopers who were injured in the jump. But not before they showed they were women first. They attended to such feminine requisites as lipstick and combing their hair before tending to first aid. No doubt they were working on the premise that a wounded soldier wants a nurse as beautiful as she is competent. The paratropp nurses are given the same rigorous training as male paratroopers and are trained also in the use of weapons. The airborne command is considering enlarging their complement of wpmen to more than 200. Tshombe says Egyptians are rebel officers LEOPOLDVILLE, the Congo (AP) _ Premier Moise Tshombe has told the United Nations Security Council that Egyptian and Algerian officers are commanding Congolese rebels along the country's northeast frontier. Tshombe also said his government has "irrefutable proof" that the two countries are supplying war materials to the rebels and asked that these charges be added to the Congo's bill of indictment against 'Algeria, the United Arab Republic and the Sudan already before the council. M«M« Crry, I*. OK. M, 1H* * taw t<»»Hhfyt» n&* JMK telephone operator is very much A of the dial tk>nSt assist *** ******** And ****'* flnd the Mme s p irit . v/ VXJ.CU. i rt tf>e i ns taier who ca«s at your home, the service representative at .-, the business office, and other telephone people. tH6 Northwestern Bell in Iowa Read the Want Ads for Profit!-423-4270 Put an end to that stuffy, dried out feeling that winter heating brings! Scientific humidifying with an Air King Portable Humidifier gives you a more comfortable, more livable home, all winter long! Just fill with water and your Air King humidifier adds moisture at it's needed to maintain the comfort level you want! Completely automatic! 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