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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 9, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                                North Daily Newspaper frr HM Horn MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE OME MTION flThc VOL ff AwocUtcd Prtii and United InteraaUooal Full Wlrei newspaper that mokes all North I owans neighbors MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY DECEMBER 9 WO To Copy Paper Consists of Two Evert rich can find fine gifts Santas bag is bulging By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau Claus is going to have to go for broke again this year Christmas sales are expected to top last years record total And what the stores are offering Patek Philippe for example advertises the only watch of its kind in the world with 197 beautifully matched diamonds at 25000 F J Cooper in Phil adelphia is lutely flawless pearshaped 32 carat diamond at 250000 and a breathtaking UScarat uncut diamond unpriced because of its unfinished state Negotiate theres no fair trade law on jewelry Something a little more mod est in jewelry for milady I Magnin has a gold purse flash illuminate theatre programs and 813 The battery comes with it And Black Starr Gorham are offering Phillips and regular head screwdrivers with solid sterling handles at Sil the set MAMA WANTS mink accord ing to a study in the Chicago Los Angeles and Philadelphia markets this year But if you can talk her out of fur Bonwit Teller will whip her up a slinky velvet sheath hostess gown with a fromtheshoulder train at Saks Fifth Avenues having no trouble unloading Italian silk slips at and Bergdorf GOING HOME Presidentelect John Kennedy wheels his wife Jacqueline down a Georgetown University Hospital corridor as their nurse Luella Hennes AP Photofax sey carries their 14dayold son Ken nedy brought his family home from the hospital in preparation for a trip to Florida nice dollar on nightgowns at Abercrombie Fitch are still willing nay eager to run up a set of cashmere underwear for monsieur top and bottom for a paltry Sulka starts off its list of immodest gift sug gestions this year with a Vi cuna remember beret silk lined at Then theres a Scotch Vicuna lounging robe custommade with silklined sleeves at And its hard to figure how any man could do without genuine pigskincovered clothes hangers only each THE presentation gold putter Tiffany was offer ing last year seems to have dis appeared from the scene but a Washington D C jeweler re ports a thriving trade in gold putters And a practice golf club that doesnt even have a head is going for And they call horse playing expen NiemanMarcus which an nually gets into the luxury gift rat race last year the store sold giftwrapped Black Angus steers starts its list with a his and hers set His is a sevenplace Beechcraft Super G 18 airplane and hers is a white Beechcraft Bonanza with red trim The tiein price for the two ships is but if she wants the Kussian white er mine jacket that matches the that will be 975 more Federal tax included of course GIFTS FOR the whole fam ily The luxury trail leads from Eeed Bartons sterling silver punch bowl with ladle 12 cups and tray to B Altaians novelty cocktail golf cription defies the normal mind and eventually to a Danish wooden salad bowl Then there are books A young cartoonisthumorist who professes to hate progress has published a collection of draw ings called Horrible Then dol lars no kidding How about Modern Painting Contempor ary Trends at A favor ite but not because its expen sive is Print Making With A Spoon which offers easytofollow instructions to enable the whole family to make artistic prints with com mon materials But why shop around The standard gifts are always the most dependable Like a Rolls Royce Silver Cloud II at 185 POE CRUNCH CHALINDREY France Wl Carles Ruiz was strolling in the street when a barking dog ran after him and suddenly lunged at his ankles There was a ter rifying howl from the dog Ruiz who lost a leg wears one of aluminum Kennedy clan in Florida WASHINGTON elect John F Kennedy relaxing his pace after inviting Adlai Stevenson and two others to join his new administration took his wife and new son to Florida Friday Before the early afternoon de parture for Palm Beach Ken nedy held a round of confer ences with callers at his George town home But only two were listed compared with the 16 he saw in a busy day Thursday THE SCHEDULE called for breakfast with Rep Hale Boggs DLa and a meeting with Dr Walt W Rostow a specialist in Soviet and U S economies Ros tow now with Massachusetts In stitue of Technology has been mentioned for high office in the new administration Stevenson was offered the job of U S ambassador to the United Nations Although he gave the impression he will ac cept he withheld an immediate decision He said he wanted to talk the matter over further with Kennedy but emphasized that I have tried to make it clear that I want to help Kennedy announced the offer to Stevenson from his doorstep and described the U N post as one of the three or four most important in the administra tion FOR STEVENSON who re portedly has long coveted the job of secretary of state the of fer of the UN ambassadorship coulc1 have been something of a disappointment But he didnt show it Earlier Kennedy offered gov ernment jobs to two other call ers Byron Leslie Whizzer White of Denver and John J Hooker Jr Nashville Tenn Both said they hadnt decided yet Just what was offered them wasnt announced Mrs Kennedy and the infant son John Kennedy Jr left the hospital Friday in good spirits They joined Johns 3yearold sister Caroline at the home of her grandparents Mrs Kennedy will remain in Florida with her children through the holidays at the Jo seph P Kennedy beach home The Presidentelect plans to re turn to Washington on Monday but will join his family again before Christmas Phototax CLOSE UP John Fitzgerald Kennedy Jr sleepspeacefully after he was baptized in a ceremony in Georgetown Uni versity Hospital chapel before being discharged The baby wears the same dress worn by his father Presidentelect John F Kennedy when he was baptized in 1917 The bon net belonged to his mother Jacqueline when she was an infant Pals of Lumumba threaten whites 24hour deadline ordered Demand his release Major surgery set for Red Skelton HOLLYWOOD Skel ton will undergo major surgery Monday for correction of a dia phragmatic hernia Cedars of Lebanon Hospital said the come dian is suffering from a rup ture of the diaphragm the thin membrane separating the stom ach from the upper chest Skel ton 47 entered the hospital Monday after complaining he felt bushed Accident injuries are fatal Ernest J Honken 24 Buffalo Center died Thursday night in a Mason City hospital of injuries suffered in a onecar accident Mavis Cox 33 Lake Mills was driving Honkens car It went off a gravel road about eight miles northeast of Forest City about 5 pm Wednesday There was no other car in volved The vehicle hurtled over a field driveway and landed in a ditch Honken was taken to a Forest City hospital but was moved to the Mason City hospital Thurs day Another passenger in the car Arland L Elwood 19 Buffalo Center is hospitalized at Ma son City He is listed in satis factory condition with a double jaw fracture The driver was not seriously injured Funeral services for Honken are tentatively set for Monday at the Congregational Church in Buffalo Center Burial will be in the cemetery here with Win ter Funeral Home in charge He is survived by his parents Mr and Mrs John Honken Buffalo Center a brother and two sisters N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES NEW ORLEANS U S deputy marshals es corted white children into an integrated elementary school Friday but threats of violence and economic reprisals dropped attendance from a peak of 23 to nine trade minister George Hees gave his blessing to a large increase in business with Cuba which is seeking Canadian sources for supplies now embargoed by the United States ALBUQUERQUE N M One of the heaviest and earliest snowstorms in recent years has stranded motorists isolated communities and cut off com munications through wide areas of the Southwest The storm blanketed Arizona and New Mexico with up to 15 inches of snowin some areas while a freez ing drizzle preceding the storm threatened a major flood in East Texas WASHINGTON Mrs John F Kennedy wife of the Presidentelect was given a tour of the White House by Mamie Eisenhower The future first lady went to the White House within two hours after she left Georgetown Hospital with her infant son LEOPOLDVILLE Congo Supporters of Patrice Lumumba who rule Oriental Province Fri day threatened to kill an un specified number of Belgian hostages unless the deposed pre mier is freed They made the threat in a tel egram to President Joseph Kas avubu and Col Joseph Mobutu the Congolese army commander whose troops arrested Lumumba and clamped him into prison Bernard Salumu boss of the regime at Stanleyville capital of Oriental Province threatened to arrest all Europeans kill some of them and sabotage all Belgian interests in the province if Lumumba was not released within 48 hours THE UNITED Nations took immediate emergency action to protect the estimated 2000 whites living in the province half of them in Stanleyville The United Nations spokes man said Salumu threatened only Belgians but was expected to make no distinction between Belgians and other whites An unknown number of non Belgian and a handful of Amer icans are believed to live in Oriental Province Many of them are missionaries The United Nations has 1800 Ethiopian troops in the province They took over a school building in Stanleyville Thursday as a protected refuge for all whites PLANS WERE made to evac uate the entire white population to Leopoldville if necessary Salumus cable reached Leo poldville Friday but the threat became known to UN officials after a news conference Salumu gave in isolated Stanleyville late Wednesday Early Friday UN Secretary eneral Dag Hammarskjold told the Security Council meeting in New York that he has deeply disturbing news from Stanley ville and Oriental Province He declined to go into details at hat time Lumumba was arrested Dec 1 in the interior of the Congo by Mobutus troops while heading for Stanleyville where his aides went after his government fell The troops beat him and brought lim back to Leopoldville where B faces trial on charges of in iting mutiny He has been held in a cell at the military camp at Thysville southwest of Leopold ville On the inside Editorials Page 4 Clear Lake News 7 Society News 89 Sports 1112 CubGazette 13 Latest Markets U Mason City News 1415 Comics 16 North Iowa News 18 The BlueJ 19 shopping days left USE CHRISTMAS SEALS FIGHT TB CHEEK FUND GOAL Previously reported 45563 Elk Creek Ruth Circle 500 Ralph Sally Doug and Scott 1500 Helpa tot Club Mason City 200 The VH Club 200 Clara B Adams 500 From Boojl 100 A Friend 100 Mrs J K Compton Sheffield 500 THE DAYS TOTAL S 3600 DeGoulle arrives in Algeria amid increased rioting ALGIERS Algeria UPI Thousands of French students stormed through the streets of Oran and Algiers Friday in wild battles with police in protest against the arrival of Gen Charles de GauUe to plead for Algerias semiindependence There were shouts of De Gaulle to the gallows and keep French by French colonials who have threatened to rebel against the president Their militant French Algeria Front issued a defiant communique The moment has come Tomorrow it will be too late The colonials called a general strike throughout Algeria while 10000 students battled for hours in Algiers and 4000 bat in Oran with police who TOTAL TO DATE S 49163 AMOUNT STI1L NEEDED 5250837 GIVING DAYS LEFT 13 Cheer Fund never has missed goal T is the fate of little children that is in volved in the appea of the Christ mas Cheer and girls who other wise just wont have the kind of Christmas they are hoping for It is toys they want warm stockings anc shoes It could be many other things Not only boys and girls but also grownups are involved in the appeal There are families where funds are low because of spotted employment and the expenses of sickness THESE PEOPLE have one hope that in other years hasn1 failed them That is to turn to Family Service Inc and talk to Doris Bruce Miss Bruce is keenly aware of their problems She is ready and willing to help them Because she has these prob lems facing her Miss Bruce is watching with more than pass ing interest the progress of the The Weather North Iowa Mostly fair and not so cold Friday night low in middle teens Partly cloudy little warmer Saturday but possibly turning colder again late Saturday High Saturday 28 to 36 Iowa Generally fair through Saturday Slowly rising tem peratures Lows Friday night 15 to 20 Highs Saturday in the 30s Outlook for Mostly cloudy and little change in temperature Minnesota Partly cloudy windy warmer Highs Satur day near 32 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Friday Maximum 20 Minimum 2 At 8 am 12 Cheer Fund Never in the 35 years of its existence has the Cheer Fund failed She has faith in the people of Mason City She is confident the goal will be raised and is already making the preparations to provide for needy families IF THE PEOPLE of the com munity realize this we are con fident the tempo of giving will increase For we too have faith in the people of Mason City and the surrounding area The list above includes gifts from outside the city as well as from individuals and organi zations in Mason City Gifts large and small are welcome Send or bring your gift to the GlobeGazette Send it to CHRISTMAS CHEER Care GlobeGazette Mason City Iowa used tear gas and clubs against them and brought up tanks to guard key intersections Algiers has always been the focal point for the keep Al geria French extremists and he rioting was the worst in many months Youths from the universities surged through the jtreets overturned and burned 3uses and cars and hurled rocks at the hardpressed gendarmes Screaming students fought a hreehour pitched battle with police in the heart of Algiers a brief lunchtime lull they their ranks and 2000 of them attacked police along he Rue Michelet the main horoughfare which leads up rom the harbor area through he main business district De Gaulle landed at Zenata airfield near Tlemchen in ex treme western Algeria away from the storm centers of violence but quickly ran into a demonstration at Ain Temouch ent by both French and Mos lems Later in a speech he told the demonstrators their cries and ilamor signify nothing He told them this Algeria your Algeria is undergoing a trans formation of its souls and its personality and that an Algerian Algeria appears a little more clearly every day SAME DATE195962J THOU SHALT NOT above picture is imposed and real This boys mother and grandmother were killed in a traffic accident caused by a drinking driver The father a highway patrol man took this picture of his son at his mothers grave and offered it to safety officials in the hope that it might help us inspire Iowas motorists to drive by the Golden Rule The Department of Public Safety requests your complete cooperation in Iowas Moral Responsi bility Program in traffic accident pre vention   

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