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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 10, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North Daily Newspaper for MASON CITY GLOBE The newspaper that mokes all North lowans VOL Allocated Pttu United Preii Full MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY DECEMBER 10 WO neighbors 7c Copy Tfalf Consists of Two OM No 14 Brasilia slowly shaping up But problems are many By LOUIS R STEIN RIO DE JANEIRO UPI Brasilia the new Brazilian cap ital which was President Jusce lino Kubitscheks d ream town seems likely to become a hangover for the incoming administration of President elect Janio Quadros Since Quadros has vowed to govern from the unfinished highland federal capital it be comes the most urgent problem he must face Brasilia will be Binemonthsold when he takes over the government Though 85 per cent of federal administrati o n workers still function in Rio the new cap itals population exceeds 150000 Most residents live in tempor ary wooden dwellings outside the actual city because the bulk of housing accomodations are still drawings for execution ESTIMATES OF the citys construction costs run from a conservative 100 billion cruzeir os million to 150 billions Kubitschek has never given an accounting of the expense involved Capital living conditions are still little more than primitive Each rain turns unpaved streets to mud and during dry spells eddying dust swirls make in habitants curse cooling breezes The artificial lake surround ing the town is a breeding place for mosquitos Last month a malaria case was confirmed in Brasilia the first ever detected in the plateau region Government employes who have received housing struggle with chronic shortages of water and power Communications with the rest of the country are at best pre carious Kubitschek has several times found himself completely isolated from the rest of the country by breakdowns in long phone and teletype distance systems THERE HAVE been three major strikes in the city since it was inaugurated last April 21 Schoolteachers and hospital technicians struck to enforce payment of promised hardship bonuses and laborers put aside their tools demanding minimum wage parity with Rio De Janei ro Frequent fires have destroyed hundreds of shacks while poorly equipped firemen could only at tempt to localize the flames Housewives must walk as far as three miles to cooperative government stores where they find prices up to 25 per cent higher than in Rio and Sao Pau lo Basic items including even powdered milk for children often disappear from stock GREAT DISTANCES and lit NEW GLOBEGAZETTE SITE Site of a new home for the terson Funeral Home far right on the southwest corner of GlobeGazette will be this half block fronting on Washington 4th NW and Washington already has begun The GlobeGazette between 3rd and 4th NW Work of dismantling the former Pat acquired possession of that property and the one immediately to the south on Dec 1 Possession of the former Pietersen Dental Laboratory left will be taken on Jan 1 All three buildings are to be wrecked Probe of r wanted Road study group irked DES MOINES Iowa Legislative Road Study Commit tee voted Saturday to ask the State Bureau of Investigation to determine whether any state law was violated in what the committee described as prema ture release of two reports Sen D C Nolan RIowa City committee chairman made the announcement of the commit tees decision after failing to ob tain from two newsmen the sources of their information The two newsmen both pres ent are Drake Mabry of The Des Moines Tribune and Harri son Weber of the Iowa Daily Press Association THE NEWS stories to which Nolan referred covered reports to the committee by the Auto motive Safety Foundation of Washington BC and the Pub lic Administration Service of Chicago Nolan questioning that said under the reports cost the in turn the The committee was created by the 1959 Legislature to study Iowa highway conditions and plan for the future The commit tee was to present its report 60 days prior to the opening Jan 9 of the 1961 Legislature Nolan said he had promised newsmen to make the agency reports available to newsmen next Tuesday The story written by Mabry was published Friday and Webers story was printed three weeks ago THE MATTER of the pub lished reports came up abruptly after the committee had spent tie transport keep most people considerable time discussing home at night There is onlyjwhether the committee should one movie theater in town recommend to the Legislature Weekends and holidays drag because few have autos to get out into the surrounding virgin country The solitude has fos tered revival of musical eve nings with families joining to gether to participate Despite the citys drawbacks its harshest critics con there can be no turning even cede back from Brasilia Too much has been sunk into it All look to Quadros to finish the job that Kubitschek began when he turned the first shovel of earth to begin building of the capital in 1956 The city a beautiful layout purposely was planned for the site to spur development of the vast interior which up to now was nothing more than a jungle On the insfWe Clear Lake News 3 Editorials4 Church News 67 Mason City News89 Latest Markets9 Society News 10 Sports JJ Building North Iowa News 8 BIG ESTATE LOS ANGELES Wl Clark Gable left a fortune estimated at more than a million dollars to his widow Kay now await ing the birth of their first child The actors will was admitted probate Friday that provision for a State High way Commission business man ager be put into law Nolan was the principal sup porter of the plan but after an inconclusive voice vote Nolan said the proposition would be covered in a minority report After Nolan announced the committees intention to take up the matter of the published re ports with the Bureau of Investi gation he asked Mabry and Weber where they obtained their information Both declined to reveal their sources Mabry is a former GlobeGa zette reporter Dillon may get Cabinet post WASHINGTON Under Secretary of State Douglas Dil lon met with Presidentelect John F Kennedy in Dillons home here Thursday evening it was revealed Saturday They had a 45minute discussion of in ternational financial trade and aid problems Dillons special assistant Dixon Donnelley issued a brief statement which left wide open the possibility that Dillon might lake some high position in the Kennedy administration Dillon has been reported un der consideration for secretary of the Treasury N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES HAVANA Trouble is piling up for Prime Min ister Fidel Castro on the labor church and military fronts with the issue of Communist infiltration of his regime playing a central role Shouts of Cuba yes Russia no came from demonstrators in front of the presidential they got away with it Anti Communist leaders of the Electrical Workers Union took a bold and daring stand by boycotting a Commu nistmanaged union general assembly which voted to demand their ouster VIENTAINE Laos A Civil War in this south east Asian capital is threatened after neutralist Pre mier Prince Souvanna Phouma fled the country his hopes of a negotiated peace shattered BARRE Vt An intensive search is under way for five of an eightman crew which parachuted from a flaming B52 jet bomber seconds before it crashed and exploded on a lonely farm late Friday Three men have been found DES MOINES About 65 irate wivesofhigh way transport drivers converged on the office of Govelect Norman A Erbe Friday protesting dis criminate railroad rates which have forced their husbands out of work AP Photofax SHAVES HEAD ALL IN VAIN Joan Ann Mor row 24 appeared like this in Los Angeles Municipal Court first wearing a turban and then without it Police said she shaved her head in an attempt to hin der identification while she was sought on forgery charges Police found her anyway She was bound over to Superior court for trial on two counts of for gery arising from an attempt to cash in payroll vouchers Congos threats easing But whites on alert mi Ilion new LEOPOLDVILLE Congo Aides of Patrice Lumumba Sat urday held off carrying out their threat to round up all whites in Stanleyville and behead some of them The expremier was still they plant for the GlobeGazette in jail after the deadline set for freeing him One Western official here said The pressure seems to be off for the moment The rebels had threatened to arrest all Europeans and cut off some of the heads of Bel gian hostages if Lumumba was not set free by 3 p m Friday UNITED NATIONS reports from the area said no whites had been arrested so far in Stanleyville itself But an unde termined number of arrests wa reported at Aru a town on the borders of Oriental Province and Uganda The U N commander in Stan leyville Ethiopian Gen Menga sha lyassu conferred with Gen Victor Lundula former c o m mander in chief of the Congolese army under Lumumba who now runs the fanatically Lumumbist military police unit holding Stanleyville About 100 Belgian men wo men and children were sheltered overnight in the Stanleyville schoolhouse taken over as a ref uge by the United Nations SOME EXPERTS here be lieved the rebels were having second thoughts about carrying out their threat Lumumba is being held in a military camp at Thysville closely guarded by the troops of Work began Friday on clear ing of a halfblock area for a new Globe Gazette building The site fronts on Washington and extends from 3rd to 4th NW immediately north of the new erro Gordo County Courthouse Total expenditure for the auilding a new press and other I equipment is expected to exceed million The expected to building itself cost approxi mately half of the total Preparation of preliminary plans already is under way Final plans are not expected for about a year The decision al ready has been made however YOUR help needed by Cheer Fund 2500 2000 TREETS and shops are thronged with men women and children hap p i 1 y buying Christmas presents Its a joy ous sight and one that cant help but give you a lift But this has to be remem bered There are scores and scores who cannot go Christmas shopping for a variety of reasons unemployment pov erty death of the breadwinner to name a few It is for these people that we are making an appeal for con L500 1250 irifautions to the heer Fund There worthier cause Christmas cant be a Mobs driven back by gas in Algiers ALGIERS UP Riot police firing tear gas grenades Satur day drove back howling mobs of 5000 rightists attempting to storm the official residence of President Charles de Gaulles rep resentative in strifetorn Algeria Police attacked as the demonstrators marched on the Palais dEte residence of Jean Tough riot squads stopped a similar attempt Friday Riot police and army troops FLIER DIES FORT WORTH Tex also rushed to battle stations in Oran Algerias second largest city where European settlersj massed in the streets shouting De Gaulle to the stake Al geria is French In Algiers police estimated up 0 10000 persons surged through the streets to protest De Gaulles arrival in Algeria to garner sup port for his homerule plan But police maintained the riot ers were a violent vocal minor ty of the citys 400000 residents As yet no leader has appeared o match exparatrooper Pierre Lagaillarde coleader of last Januarys strong and almost successful uprising and now a tigitive reported in Spain These rioters were reckless and disorganized as they spread a savage trail of violence across the city shouting for De Gaulles blood Temple G Bowen 62 a pioneer in aviation and muchdecorated World War II flier died Friday the Congolese army comman der Col Joseph Mobutu Mobutu has issued no WE HOPE that many gener ous minded souls will glance at the list above and decide it 250 CHEER FUND GOAL Previously reported 49163 Mrs Wlllard Brewster 500 A gift from Dougherty friend 200 Iowa Stats Policemens Assn Auxiliary Unit No 18 300 Friendly Neighbor Birthday Club Kensett SM Hannah tarsen IOOF Home 100 THE DAYS TOTAL S 1300 TOTAL TO DATE S 50463 AMOUNT STILL NEEDED GIVING DAYS LEFT 13 time to increase the tempo of giving to the Cheer Fund At comleast is needed to provide ment on the ultimatum but it was believed mostly unlikely he would be persuaded to set Lu mumba free U N forces in Stanleyville were ordered to resist with bul lets if necessary to protect the white population U S troops hold exercise in Berlin BERLIN UPI Two thou sand U S troops in battle dress Saturday charged through the streets of West Berlin crowded with Christmas holiday shop pers The exercise was held to test the ability of infantrymen trucks and tanks to maneuver in heavy civilian traffic First real snow of the season will hit Iowa The first real snow of the season was moving rapidly toward lawa Saturday Tht Weather Bureau issued snow warning for extreme southwest Iowa which is ex pected to get four inches or more About two inches of snow was forecast for central Iowa Occasional rain or drizzle should move into the south western counties Saturday af ternoon and was expected to change snow and spread northeastward across the en tire state by Sunday morning The low pressure system to the southwest bringing the snow to Iowa should move northeastward into the Ohio Valley by Sunday As the Eow moves on to the northeast it will permit colder air over the Northern Plains to move southward bringing colder temperatures to extreme northern Iowa Saturday night and over the entire state Sun day the help required for the needy served by Family Service Inc the agency that administers the fund Enclosed find our contribu tion to help with your Christmas work wrote an officer of the Mason City auxiliary unit of the Iowa State Policemens Associa tion It was an expression of good will that is common with the gifts received A CONSIGNMENT of canned goods from a group of Girl Scouts was turned over to the Family Service This generous contribution will be listed with other merchandise gifts at the close of the campaign Only cash contributions are being listed in this day by day presentation The goal is one set for gifts of cash Everyone can help Send or aring your gift to the GlobeGa zette Send it to CHRISTMAS CHEER Care GlobeGazette Mason City Iowa SAME DATE1959432 Iowa Safety Department Flfurei Black Flag Traffla Death la Flit 21 Honrl North Iowa Cloudy and cold with light snow beginning Sat urday night lows in the teens Sunday cloudy and colder with light snow highs in the 20s Iowa Heavy snow Saturday night and Sunday extreme southwest with four inches or more accumulating Snow spreading over west and cen tral portions Saturday night and over state Sunday Some snow sleet or freezing rain mixed across extreme south Saturday night Colder ex treme north Saturday night and over state Sunday Lows Saturday night 1015 north to upper 20s south Highs Sunday in the 20s Further outlook Snow ending from west to east and colder Monday Minnesota Fair continued cold Highs Sunday near 20 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Saturday Maximum 32 Minimum 16 REINDEER CENSUS LULEAA Sweden Swedish Reindeer Research committee counted noses and reported Saturday there arc 226 600 reindeer in the country give or take a Donncr and Blitzen to construct a onestory build ing with 20000 square feet oh the ground level Additional space will be provided in the basement The decision to move is based on overcrowding of the present building to such an ex tent that efficient operation is becoming impossible The deci sion followed several years of exploratory planning At first it was thought possible to re main in the present location and the building immediately west of the GlobeGazette was ac quired for additional space IT EVENTUALLY was de cided that a onefloor operation would be more efficient and the site on Washington JNW was then acquired The site includes the former Patterson Funeral Home and the house adjoining which was occupied by Maude M Patterson from whom the two properties were purchased Also included is the house at the south end of the site It formerly was owned and occu pied by the Pietersen Dental Laboratories All three buildings are to be cleared from the site Work already has been begun by the Butterfield Tree Surgeon and Demolition team The Patterson Funeral Home which workmen already are dis mantling was built originally as a home by the late James E BIythe Mason City attorney A major factor in the deci sion to move was the necessity of providing modern printing equipment The GlobeGazette management has decided to pur chase a new press which will permit the use of more and aetter color than now is possi ble The press now in use was installed in 1930 THE NEW building is being planned to permit a much more efficient work flow than now is possible Maintaining of the fast delivery schedules required by newspapers today is difficult and costly in the present crowd ed plant The GlobeGazette last April adopted a new schedule to as sure delivery of a newspaper ihe same afternoon it is printed Lo all subscribers in cities and towns The new plant is planned to permit the GlobeGazette to give still better service to advertisers and subscribers alike shopping days left USE CHRISTMAS SEALS FIGHT TB f   

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