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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 21, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North lowai Daily Newspaper for Hit i MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EblTIQN i i The newspaper that makes all North I o w a n s VOL AiiacUted tad PrtM Full Wlru MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY MARCH 21 1961 neighbors 7c Copy Paper Consuls of Two Key club control tightening OKd Airlines complain of prices Plane parts out of Jine By ROBERT J SERLING WASHINGTON UPI The airlines are getting fed up with such items as toilet seats for an electric razor plug and a nose cone that costs if purchased from one company and only if bought from another In brief the airlines are con vinced that million price tag on their new jets is inflated be cause of unrealistic pricing policies by manufacturers One airline Trans World thought enough of the problem to call in recently every sup plier with whom it was doing business and read the riot act TWA cited these examples IT WAS PAYING for a toilet seat identical to one sell ing for On one jet the flight en gineers seat cost on an other jet an almost identical seat cost only 270 per cent less One manufacturer charged for a cabin temperature control unit ahotlier only TWA wanted to convert six pistonengine aircraft to cargo planes and needed a small galley for crew meals The lowest quoted price a figure almost equal to the cost of a completely equipped Cadillac one TWA official said The airline asked its own maintenance shop what it would cost to make the galleys there The estimate was for all six planes Is it any wonder then that we doubt a price policy even exists A TWA vice president told the suppliers THE SYMPOSIUM heard a few other complaints In one case it asked a manufacturer for overhaul manuals to be used in repair of a certain mechanical part The supplier replied that due to the simplic ity of our unit overhaul man uals are not required The simple unit happened to contain 119 individual parts TWA also complained that many suppliers refused to sell individual piece parts insisting that the airline must buy a whole new unit Typical was a small timing motor which cost to replace It would have cost only to repair if individual parts were available To drive home the costprice problem TWA broke down the individual price tags on most of the 125000 separate parts that go into a new jetliner Samples for a cargo door handle for a nose gear door for the main en try door for a water separator used in air condil territory to the colonialists ClOUDY More local power in House measure Bes Moines Iowa House Tuesday passed 9611 and sent to the Senate a bill that would give Iowa communities broad powers to control key clubs North Iowa Cloudy through Clubs that permit members to bring their liquor and consume Wednesday Intermittent snow it on the club premises would have to apply to the city or county Tuesday night ending by early Wednesday but few showers likely during day Wednesday Tuesday night in lower 30s Warmer Wednesday highs in middle 40s Mostly cloudy Tuesday night occasional snow east and central lows in lower 30s Mostly cloudy east with scat tered showers likely extreme and partly cloudy west Wednesday warmer east highs 40 west to mid 40s east Further outlook Partly cloudy and slightly warmer Thursday Minnesota Light snow in south cloudy Highs Wednesday in 40s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Tuesday Maximum 36 Minimum 10 Precipitation 20 Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum 29 Minimum 5 U N DELEGATE DIES UNITED NATIONS N Y Iff Manual Bisbe 55 Cuban delegate to the United Rations collapsed and died of a heart attack Monday shortly be fore he was to attend a meeting of the General Assembly wifhin 21 days after next July 4 for a permit to continue operat ing The measure was passed after a twohour debate confused by a deluge of amendments The House first rejected 5451 a key club bill favored by DCS Moines city officials But later through amendments it ap proved another bill containing most of the provisions of the Des Moines measure As finally passed by the House the bill empowers cities towns and Counties to set up strict rules for operation of all clubs liquor is consumed This would include the fixing of liquordrinking hours The measure also allows local bodies padlock a club that has Gable baby to be named John Clark HOLLYWOOD UPI In ac1 cordance with the late Clark Gables wishes his onedayold1 son has been named John Clark Gable Mrs Gable made the announcement Tuesday at Hol lywood Presbyterian Hospital where she gave birth to the 8 pound boy by Caesarean sec tion The baby was born in the same hospital where his father died last Nov 16 He has a definite resemblance to his father Dr Richard Clark said On the inside Editorials Page 4 Comics 6 Farm News 7 Society News 910 North Iowa News 12 Sports 1314 Mason City News 2021 Latest Markets 21 Leave Congo after a month U N told FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES UNITED Soviet Union Tuesday demanded the end of United Nations operations in the Zongo within one monthand the withdrawal of all oreign troops Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko opening the long awaited Congo debate in the UN general assembly launched a bitter attack against SecretaryGeneral Dag Hammarskjold as a field marshal for colonial powers Gromyko also demanded the Tshombe and Joseph Mobutu for arrest and trial of the assassination of Moise violated the law A annual fee and a bond would be required No one could be an officer or employe of a club who had been guilty of a liquor beer or narcotics viola ion in the past five years A MAJORITY of paidop mem bers of the club attending a meeting on the question would have to approve the application The application would have to state the names of those in con trol of the club and the names and occupations of all members as well as other detailed infor mation about the operation of the club A permit could be revoked for any kind of violation of beer or liquor laws Maximum penalty for violation of the permit law would be a fine and a year in jail The bill before it was amended was sponsored by Rep Niels Nielsen DRingsted NIELSEN and Rep James Briles RCorning attempted to water down the bill by exempt ing fraternal and service or ganizations from the S100 an nual license fee Nielsens Getaway car is found Bank hit for US REFUGEES IN can refugees from mission in Congos turbulent Kivu Province are helped from plane at Leopoldville airport Mrs Lois Vinton center Lynwood Calif is followed by Sally Anderson daughter AP Photofax of Mrs Hope Anderson Chicago Fred erick Vinton stands in doorwayof plane holding the Vintons 9monthold son Frederick Vinton was born in the Con go They had been stationed at a remote World Grace Testimony mission Hassle at seminar Iowa slipping Party chieftains disagree DES MOINES UPDDcmo cratic State Chairman Lex Hawkins Monday night un ed those clubs whose doors are Lublicancontrolled state opened fewer than four times and accused tne GOP of a month but the house re jected the plan 5349 This thing is getting hypoj critical Rep Lawrence Car stensen RClinton said Its becoming more and more clear that we do not have wets and drys in this house but simply degrees of dampness The first vote of the day came thwarting progress in Iowa Speaking at a college seminar on political parties and legis lative politics at Drake Univer sity Hawkins said the legisla ture has fallen into the hands j of the Farm Bureau and the can State Chairman Verne R Martin Sen Jack Schroeder RDavenport and Rep John B subscribe to the philosophy that Iowa is a backwardor dormant state amendment would have exemptcorkcd a ficrv biast at the ReEly Jr DCedar Rapids at the One of the most heated ques seminar Itions raised by the audience The panels moderator Dr was directed at Martin and John Premier Patrice Lumumba He called for condemnation of Bel gium as an aggressor in the Congo The Russian attack on the UN Congo role brought from US delegate Adlai Stevenson a blunt rejection and a castigation of Gromyko for a speech in the worst and most destructive traditions of the cold war Gromyko was particularly bitter about the recent meeting of Congolese leaders at Tananarive Malagasy Republic at which it was agreed to set confederation which would in clude secessionist Katanga province and the socalled min ng slate of South of Kasai Gizenga a follower of the slain Patrice Lumumba did not Lake part in the conference THE SOVIET foreign minister denounced the conference as a link in the conspiracyto splinter cotl attempted to sions to counties of 175000 or more population This would in owa Manufactures Association jlhis session The youthful Des Moines at Itorney who assumed command of the Democrats State Central Committee after the party was clobbered in last falls election effect have made the measure h for Iowas rank nnnlirknUln jinltr in IJnilr mini applicable only to Polk Countyr as the state with the sec Carslcnscn added bwest popuiation increase MARTIN Schroeder from a student who said he wished to quote a state m e n t by Senate Majority Leader J Kendall Lynes R Plainfield The student said Lynes had said at an earlier college semi nar that the blood that runs through the veins of a rural boy is purer than the blood that runs through the veins of an urban boy and thatwhere the blood is purest the power must lay He then asked Scnroeder or Martin to comment Schroeder answered saying COUNCIL BLUFFS owner of an abandoned car was sought by authorities Tuesday in connection with a armed robbery at the Hancock branch of the Avoca State Bank Monday afternoon Police said the car found near a used car lot here was jowned by Thomas George Chambers 18 Route 1 Gris tvold Officers said in a lue bag was found behind the back seat of the car a 1954 green Chevrolet A s a w e doff shotgun was on the car floor and two shotgun shells were un der the front seat POLICE SAID a drivers ii cense with Chambers name on it and an empty billfold were in the glove compartment Chambers parents told Coun cil Bluffs police Tuesday that their son left home about 6 pm Monday to attend a school pro gram at Hancock and they havent seen him since Han cock is located 32 miles north east of here in eastern Potta wattamie County The sheriffs office said a young man tried to buy a car at a used car lot but the dealer wouldnt sel 1 to him Monday night Later police said they chased a man who tried to steal a car near where the aban doned car was parked but they couldnt catch him THE BANDIT wore a gray park atype athletic warmup acket with the hood pulled tight around his face when he en tered the bank carrying a shot gun Bank Manager Williard Rein eke and Mrs Robert Hobson bank clerk were the only per sons in the building when he andit entered 10 minutes be bre the 3 pm closing time He told me he needed the money for his wife Reineke 5aid He said she was sick in he hospital Reineke said the bandit pointed a doublebarrelled shot un at him and Mrs Hobson and took all the change and bills in the cash drawer and about S400 to in change from the vault THE BANDIT tied Reinekes hands and also tied Mrs Hob sons hands the banker said Then the bandit locked the two in the vault by turning a key on theinside door The bandit left the key in tha lock and Reineke and Mrs Hofa As much evil can come out of a little town drunken brawl as out of the big city University political science was sure that Lynes didnt son were released by a cus tomer Maurice Miller who came into the bank about 10 minutes after the holdup SA CHIEF DIES LONDON UPi Commissioner Norman F Duggins 57 chief of the Congo and parcel out her tioning for a stabilizer trim motor for twocowl panels on a jet engine TWA REPORTS that the sup pliers took the criticism very well and have promised a thorough study of pricing policies But it is a problem that affects the whole airline industry not just TWA One airline wanted to get a razor plug and mirror installed in the cockpits of its Jets so pilots could freshen up after a long trip The planes manu facturer spent an entire day conferring on the installation problem without agreeing on a solution fpne of the airlines engineers went out to a fivcanddime store bought the plug and mir ror for 18 cents studied the cockpit layout and announced the installation would tnke about 15 minutes The manufacturer agreed and installed the plug nncl at a total cost of per air craft Those who participated he said were foreign puppets Gromyko blasted Ilammar skjolds role in strong language He accused him of usurping the functions of U N bodies and twisting U N actions to ad vance the interests of the West ern Powers If Hammarskjold is allowed to follow this course he said he may assume himself to be the prime minister of a world government AntiReds flown out of northern Burma TAIPEI Formosa planes bringing several hundred anti Communist Chinese sol diers and theirfamilies from the Burma Thailand frontier hnve landed so far in southern Formosa authoritative reports said The Nationalist Chinese ir regulars have been operating in the norlh Burma jungles since I he Communists look over the China mainland 11 years ago N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Wants Communist world Khrushchev told the Soviet people that they can rest content only when the whole world poes Communist We are happy when we build communism here but that is not enough he said We shall be happy when the people of all countries stand under the banner of MarxismLenin ism and the Communist banner will fly over the whole planet No change in postal plans WASHINGTON Postmaster Gen J Edward Day has indicated that he will not restore twicea day home mail deliveries Even if he wanted to Con gress told him he can not have the million a year that the extra delivery would cost CCCfype plan studied WASHlKTrON Tie establishment o a youth conservation corps similar to the depressionborn Civilian Conservation Corps is under study by the Labor Department Red concessions wanted United Statesannounced con cessions to meet Soviet demands more than half way but warned that the Russians must make equal moves if a nuclear test ban treaty is to be reached Chief US disarmament delegate Arthur H Dean said the Soviet Union specifically must abandon its insistence on selfinspection if it wants progress He wanted to be alonehe gets solitude in jail VITRYCHATILLON France young French paratrooper found out a new way to get some privacy with his girl friend since 1900 publicans The Republicans have con trolled the state legislature for the last 50 years and its their fault that Iowa isnt progress ing Hawkins said HAWKINS APPEARED with three other politicians Republi with the Refessor attempted to limit disimean it deep down and that staff and secondincommand of iui ni Atwn rto jcussion to party and legislative j responsibility but he had a dif ficult time of doing it About the only panel member who strayed fromthe straight party line in his remarks was Ely A firstterm lawmaker Ely felt he was addressing an academic audience and that his remarks should be of an academic nature Martin counter charged Hawkins declaration that the Republican Party was against progress He told his Demo cratic counterpart that the huge majority of lowans who swept the GOP into control of the statehouse in both the admin istrative and legislative in a busy park on a sunny Sunbranches were not backward day afternoon He tossed someiignorant or against progress such a feeling definitely is not prevalent among Republicans in the Senate practice grenades Jacques Ducanda 21 in full uniform was strolling with his girl Annoyed by occasional passersby he wrenched a cou ple of grenades from his belt and tossed them at thenearest walkers slightly wounding one and frightening away the oth ers Arrested a short time later he told police I just wanted to be alone CARELESS THIEF EAST ST LOUIS 111 William Nowcll Jr seized dripping wet behind a cart car rying a kitchen sink and four windows told police he forgot turn off the water when he stole the sink HE ALSO answered Hawkins contention that only in the Democratic Party was there room for youth Martin plugged hard for the Republicans and said the 1960 election wit nessed a resurgence of youth back into the Republican fold1 Martin said I can never SAM I the Salvation Army since De cember died Monday in a hos pital at Raisley Scotland Al Fhntofox VISIT TO THE BIG John F Kennedy wears a fur coat as she leaves the Hotel Carlyle in New York She is followed by her sister Princess Lee of London Mrs Kennedy arrived from Washington for n round of to art musetirm a Anight at the hallet and fittings for her Easter and spring wardrobes   

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