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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 3, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edittd for ttw Homt VOLW MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors nd united Prtii toterniHon1 run Wirw MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JANUARY 3 1961 7 Copy Pper ConibU of Two SecUoMJJectlon OB HOME EDITION No 74 87th Congress in session 3 cheers for good music m Stereo helps in comeback BY DOC QUIGG NEW YORK UPI Man that music with the beat so lovely and once considered so naughty the waltz may be blowing up a comeback When an expert thinks he senses a trend we ought to pay attention So hear Guy Lombar do Whether Stereo is a big fac tor or whether people have got so sick and tired of this bad music I dont know but we cant play enough waltzes now Recently our waltzes have got more applause than anything else It seems people are more anxious for good music Around Chicago where weve just been nine out of ten radio stations are playing beautifulmusic Our schedule for our next record album is all in the better music I think stereo has had a lot to do with it SPEAKING OF waltz music whatever happened to Wayne and The Waltz You Saved For Me Four or five years ago Lombardo said King came in and told us that although mu sic had been good to him he was through with it Most of the time he spends in car fi nancing in Phoenix And he was a beautiful cattle farm in Wis consin But three or four mpnths a year he goes back to run ning a band All right how about Kay Kyser Wheres he Kyser retired from show business just walked away from it Hes a teacher now And Artie Shaw is just plain retired I think hes a world traveler now isnt he Ted Weems is sort of semiretired takes a few weeks of work when he wants to Weems is the man who had a whistler named Elmo Tan ner and a Groaner named Perry Como Where are they Lombardo said he didnt know where Tanner was but Como seems to have found his own niche in glory THE YEAR was 1924 when Lombardo and the Royal Ca nadians came to the United States Paul Whiteman was a major force on the band scene Whiteman is the guy who reaUy started all the young bands with symphonic music Lombaro said He influenced every band in the world changed them overnight And then in those days when we came in there was Isham Jones in Chicago Lopez was in New York Ben Bernie was great and Abe Lyman and Gus Arnheim was a great Califor nia band It was with Arnheim that Crosby got his start He and Bing made Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams And then in the mid30s you take a big band like Snap Fields and his rip pling rhythm style He said people are tired of the bubbles and he gave em up He talked his boys into going into the HoustonDallas area and he does very well with onenighters JAN GARBER a top band in the 1930s hes made his home in Shreveport La for the past 10 years and his spe cialty is playing all the horse shows His band is sort of local guys in Shreveport moved down there with him Ted Fio Rito is in Las Ve gas with a small unit they call it lounge work Les Brown and Harry James are still very active in Las Vegas both Lounges and Woodie Herman is in the lounge business Glen Grays Casa Loma band was built on the premise of a coop band all equal shares in the 1930s but finally split up in disagreement and Gray is living in California and doing some recording And Clyde McCoy I dont know where he is but Sugar Blues sure made a big im pression on our business and Reminiscence anybody i CASTRO PARADES RUNAWAY US The reconstructed US Thor space rocket which fell in eastern Cuba Nov 30 after a faulty launching at Cape Canaveral Fla is the climax of a long military AP Photofax parade in Havana Cuba The sign under the rockets second stage says Cow killing and cow eating rocket from the Pentagon This is a reference to the death of a cow from the falling fragments UScuts Cuba embassy staff UN ready to hear new protest HAVANA UPI U SCuban relations grew more frayed Tuesday with a drastic order rom Prime minister Fidel Cas ro for a slash of the U S Em assy staff here to 11 by Wednes day night In a wrathful prelude to the U N Security Council meeting Wednesday when Cuba will air new charges that the United States plans to invade Cuba Castro declared the U S Em jassy was filled with spies di recting counterrevolutionaries HE SAID THE U S staff would be reduced to the same number that Cuba maintains in ts embassy in Washington Although the prime minister said he was not breaking rela tions with the United States he invited the entire staff to leave Cuba We are not breaking with them he shouted If they to go let them go Thousands of Castros follow ers massed in Civic Plaza roared their approval with shouts of Cuba si Yankees no and with demands that the United States give up its naval base at Guantanamo in eastern Cuba AT THE BIG glasswalled U S Embassy Charge dAffaires Daniel Braddock got his first word of the order to reduce the staff from 87 to 11 as he watched Castro on television Six months ago there were 120 on thestaff U S Ambassador Philip Bonsai was recalled last October and embassy wives and children were sent home last September Cuba has not had an ambassador in Washington for months A confidential circular handed embassy officials Tuesday in dicated the United States will withdraw all but 11 officers and clerks The embassy said it will be necessary to reduce its services to the minimum The visa sec tion was closed to await instruc tions from the State Depart ment About 50000 Cubans have visa applications on file SAME DATE1MO4 Department Figures The weather North Iowa Partly cloudy and warmer Tuesday night lows 512 Snow flurries likely and turning colder Wednesday highs in the 30s Iowa Fair west and south part ly cloudy northeast through Wednesday Warmer Tuesday night lows near 20 southwest 510 northeast Light enow likely and turning colder ex treme northeast Wednesday highs 30s northeast to near 40 southwest Further outlook Partly cloudy and little tem perature change Thursday Minnesota Variable cloudiness snow flurries Warmer Wed nesday highs in 20s GlobeGazette weather up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum Minimum At 8 am YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum data 13 9 10 29 2 Hultman to trim legal staff size DES MOINES WAtty Gen Evan Hultman announced Tues day a reduction in the size of his staff and plans to pay his assistants higher salaries At the same time Hultman an nounced the appointment of Wil bur N Bump 31 Des Moines and John H Allen 30 Marion as assistant attorneys general It is ridiculous to ask a man serving as an attorney for the State of Iowa and who is doing things that affect all the state to accept pay of to a year Hultman said The only way I can pay more money is to hire fewer men he added Hultman Waterloo Republi can said he plans to have about 10 assistants His predecessor Govelect Norman Erbe had 13 to 14 assistants Fledgling solon Jack Miller is sworn in WASHINGTON Mil ler Sioux City Republican was sworn in Tuesday as a US sen ator from Iowa as Congress con vened He is the 27th man to serve Iowa in the Senate Miller who defeated Gov Herschel Love less Ottuma Democrat for the office last Nov succeeds Sen Thomas E Martin Republican Iowa City who did not seek re election Miller was escorted to the rostrum by Sen Bourkc B Hick enlooper senior senator from Iowa The oath of offjce was administered by Vice President Richard MNixon The cere mony was witnessed by Millers wife who sat in the gallery with members of his staff On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 89 Clear Lake News 10 Sports 1314 North Iowa News 15 Latest Markets 16 Mason City News 1617 Comics 18 Farm News19 Disarmament post for John J McCloy Laud Iowas road record Only 1 dead By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A dentist killed while walking after gas near Davenport was Iowas only traffic fatality dur ing the long New Years holi day The single weekend victim was Dr Thomas S Cunning ham Buffalo Iowa He was killed when he was struck by a car driven by Alfred Stevens 56 Buffalo The accident occurred on Highway 22 just west of Daven port about 8 pm Monday AUTHORITIES said Dr Cun ninghams car had run out of gas and he was walking to a service station in Buffalo for help when he was killed Mrs Cunningham was wait ing in the car for her husband to return and did not know of his death until a patrolman who investigated the accident no ticed her in the car The New Years record on PALM BEACH Fla roads made it one of the publican John J McCloy an old states safest holiday weekends hand at dealing with the Rus sians will have a key role in the new Democratic administra tions quest for nuclear disarma ment Presidentelect John F Kennedy announced appoint ment of McCloy former Allied high commissioner in Germany as director of the United States Disarmament Administration In that field McCloy 65 will be Kennedys chief policy planner adviser and m many years STATE SAFETY and law en forcement officials credited the good holiday record on the roads chiefly to increased ef forts by the state highway pa trol and local police bodies and to a success of education of the public in motoring safety And Iowa public safety com missioner Donald Station added We got a certain amount of help from on high N ews m a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES New Years holiday traf fic death toll stands at 338 with straggling reports expected to boost the final figure even higher The actual count of death compared with a preholiday estimate by the National Safety Council that 340 lives might be lost in vehicle accidents during the long holiday weekend BRUSSELS 25000 demonstra tors marched in Brussels and rioters surged through Antwerp smashing store and office windows attack ing streetcars and buses and clashing with police1 KNOXVILLE 18yearold Negro youths registered for freshman classes at the Uni versity of Tennessee The first Negroes ever ad mitted to undergraduate classes at the university DERBY LINE Vt A multimilliondollar art treasure has crossed the Canadian border into the United States on its way back to Poland It had been moved about for more than 20 years to keep it out of the hands of first the Nazis and then the Commu nists Parties select officers Mansfield heads Demos FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES new 87th Congress which will write the egislative record during the iirst two years of the Kennedy administration convened al noon Tuesday against a back drop of liberalconservative con flict Both the House and Senate again were firmly under Demo cratic control The makeup o he Senate was 65 Democrats and 35 Republicans There were 262 Democrats in the ewer than last 175 Republicans Vice Presidentelect Lyndon Johnson was sworn in for an other sixyear term as Demo cratic senator from Texas am then resigned immediately He will take office as vice presiden on Jan 20 VICE PRESIDENT Richard Sfixon administered the oath to Johnson and three other sena tors Then before giving thi oath to the next group of sena tors Nixon read Johnsons res ignation The resignation was addresse to Gov Price Daniel of Texa and said it was effective imme diately after taking oath William Blakwey a forme senator appointed to succee Johnson took the oath a fe minutes later He was congratu lated by Nixon after signing th Senate register Johnson had won another six year term in the Senate on Nov 8 at the same time he wa elected vice president There was a surface note o party harmony among the Dem ocrats But even before th opening gavels fell there wa intramural battling backstagi on efforts to change congres sional rules to smooth the wa for Presidentelect John F Ken nedys program IN BOTH THE House and Senate Democrats and Republi cans held party strategy meet ngs before the opening session As expected Senate Demo crats selected Sen Mike Mans ield of Montana as their new floor leader Sen Hubert Hum phrey of Minnesota was namec assistant Democratic leader the jost which Mansfield formerly icld Sen George Smathers o Horida was chosen as secre ary of the Democratic confer ence But the surprise action was approval of a resolution which vill permit Johnson to preside at meetings of the Democratic inference when Mansfielc asks that he do so Senate Republicans unani mously reelected their entire eadership slate headed by Sen Iverett Dirksen 111 as GOP eader Also reelected were Sen Thomas Kuchel Calif as 50P whip the partys officia itle for its assistant leader styles Bridges NH chairman of the Senate GOP policy com mittee Lev erett Saltonstall Mass chairman of the confer nce and Milton Young ND inference secretary Airliner runs into flock of geese TOPEKA Kan UPI A Continental Airlines DCS bound rom Denver to Kansas City ran nto a flock of geese Monday over eastern Kansas Three dead geese were found in the jockpit after the plane made i normal landing at nearby To peka The pilot A M Rippey Aurora Colo was treated for acial lacerations at a Topeka lospital INFLUX TO WEST BERLIN UPI The West Berlin city government an nounced Tuesday that 15229 East Germans fled to West Bcr in in 1960 This was a large ncreasc the 90862 who fled n 1959 AP Photofax THE VICTOR GETS THE SPOILS Quarterback Bob Schloredt who led Washington to a 177 victory over Minnesota in the Rose Bowl is embraced by Carole Washburn Tournament of Roses Queen after the game They first met during the preholiday festivities and have been constant companions since They had a dancing date immediately after the big game during whichrSehioredt won the outstanding player trophy for the second straight year Rebels ousted from key city VIENTIANE Laos Boun Oums government an nounced Tuesday that its forces recaptured the key northeastern ity of Xiengkhouang from proCommunist rebels Monday night Information Minister Bouavan Norasing said the city was retaken by a battalion of paratroopers that jumped 3Va miles east of Xiengkhouang Norasings announcement was the governments first admis sion that the rebels had taken Xiengkhouang The minister said Tuesday troops loyal to his proWestern government were holding out at Ban Ban 30 miles northeast of Xiengkhouang and that as far as he knew the key city had not fallen to the rebels who last week seized the strategic Plaine des Jarres with its cross country highway and an airfield outside Xiengkhouang A U S Embassy in Bangkok said the United States has evacuated from Vientiane all American personnel activities were restrict 11 ed by the crisis He added that Mason Crty is Iowas cold spot Cold air settled over Iowa anc dropped the mercury to 9 below zero at Mason City Tuesday morning Dubuque reported 3 below and ther lows ranged up to 9 above at Davenport But the Weather Bureau said warmer weather would prevail Wednesday The outlook is that Wednesdays lows will range rom zero to 10 above in the lorth and 10 to 20 degrees above zero in the south TRADITION BROKEN CULVER CITY Calif UPI Ann Ash was born sfew Years Day and thereby roke something of a family tra dition Her mother her grand ather and her uncle all were 3orn on New Years Eve personnel attached to the US Information Service and other agencies are going back to Vien tiane in what he described as a twoway movement At Washington President Eis enhower was reported con vinced that fast and clear action is the best way to stop the Com muni s t s be fore they be c o m e i r r e trievably com mitted to a course of ag gress ion in Laos The Presi dent was said to be still hope ul despite the seriousness of he situation in Laos of a solu ion short of military interven ion by outside powers THAILAND AP Photofax KEY CITY locates key north eastern city of Xiengkhouang which Laos govern ment forces announced it recaptured from proCom munist rebels Arrow shows direction rebels were driving on the city from North Viet Nam according to Laos government Underlined is Ban Ban where loyal troops were holding out against rebels   

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