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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 3, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North towai Daily Newspaper for Hit Homt MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL The newspaper that makes all North lovans neighbors Associated Presi ind United Frew full Wlret MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JULY 3 1961 7c a Copy Paper Consists of Two SectionsSection Nt One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE RGIO 11300 pm Sundij KWLC Decorjh 1240 pm Sun 1VOI Ames 1640 tm Tueidaj WTAD Quincy 930 pm Than WSUI Cltj 910 Taking you back to your youth TTAVE YOU EVER gone back to theplace where you spent your youth Im addressing this question particularly to those who grew up in a medium sized small midwestern town If youve had this experience reliving your know that those store buildings grain elevators and houses which seem ed so big to the child eye have shrunk in an unbelievable way If you havent had the exper ience revisiting the scenes of your going to be able to do so vicariously and pleasantly a year or so from now when the movie version of The Music Man comes to town Im recently home from two full days in River City Its situated on one sizable segment of the 103acre Warner Brothers lot in Burbank Calif Its several blocks of quaint busi ness houses and dwellings consti tute Meredith Willsons idealized version of the Mason City Iowa he knew as a lad in knickerbock ers back in BUT BY SUBSTITUTING some names and altering the architec ture a bit here and there it could as well be Quincy 111 or De corah Iowa a half century ago Its quite unlikely that any other town would have a Pleazol cigar store and billiard parlorknown to Willson in his high school days But there would be other marks just as distinguishing for each community I arrived just a month late for the massive action in that outdoor replica of Mason City I had to be content watching and listening to it in the projection room where the footage thus far processed was presented in a Warner Brothers projection room for the MACARTHU MacARTHUR RERETURNS Gen Douglas MacArthur wearing his old campaign hat of World War II top waves to the crowd welcoming him to Manila on his return to the Phil Fhctofax ippines after 15 years Seated with him is Philippine President Carlos Garcia Below MacArthurs car passes under an arch plastered with welcome signs North Iowa Mostly fair through Tuesday Lows Monday night around 60 Warmer Tuesday highs near 90 South Koreas premierousted 1 dead in Iowa traffic Iowa Falls man victim By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Despite traffic violation arrests at the rate of 10 an hour seven ersons have been killed on Iowa highways since the long Fourth July holiday weekend began The latest victims included a 7 monthold girl Julie Tiefenthaler daughter of Mr and Mrs Rollin Tiefenthaler Carroll The girl was killed and her parents and three other persons were injured Sat urday night in a twocar crash at a county road intersection four miles northeast of Breda OTHER SATURDAY night vic tims included Charles McCowan 24 Iowa Falls and Vernon Zim merman 59 and Jesse Davis 42 both of Cedar Rapids McCowanwas killed when his car went out of control and over turned on a gravel road three miles southwest of Alden McCowan was found by high way patrolmen who took him to Ellsworth Hospital He died a short time later McCowan was alone in the car at the time of the accident and officials theo rized that he fell asleep at the wheel Zimmerman and Mrs Davis died in a twocar crash near Ce dar Rapids Mrs Davis was a passenger in a car driven by Zimmerman which collided with a car driven by Elmer House 47 of West Allis Wis House his wife Margaret 46 and Martha Ohio W EARL HALL LMD AGENT Iowa Tuesday SEOUL South Korea young resigned Monday as Lt Gen Chang Do premier and head of the ijTVyitllgX OTAWiiltCl V CtU JJ VJili CIZJU I LJ1 n junta saying he was making way for stronger with chance of a few late afternoon or evening thunderstorms northwest Lows Monday night 6065 Warmer Tuesday highs near 90 Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average near to a little abovenormal Normal highs are in the lower 80s in north eastern Iowa to the upper 80s in southwestern Iowa Normal lows are Northeast the lower 60s mid 60s south west Moderate temperatures at beginning but with warm ing trend Tuesday and Wed nesday and continuing rather warm remainder of period except for cooler northeast ern Iowa latter part of week Precipitation amounts one quarter to one half inch in showers and thunderstorms northwestern portion Monday night and Tuesday and over the state during midperiod Minnesota Partly slightly warmer dav in 80s cloudy Highs Tues GlobeGazelte weather data leadership in the drive for and economic stability Maj Gen Pak Chunghi 44 prime organizer of the military coup that put Chang in office in May became chairman of the junta the Supreme Council for national reorganization and the real center Of political power in South Korea This makes him leader of the nation in name as well as in fact since the council takes precedence over the Cabinet Named to replace Chang as premier is Defense Minister Song Yochang army chief of staff under the Syngman Rhee dictatorship and a retired tenant general The premiers job puts this tough sixfoot sol dier in the position of seeing that the juntas policies are car ried out Soon after the shakeup was announced 40 general officers DOYOUNG YOCHANG MASON CITY NAMESOn the 8 a m Mondai business fronts in the Warner Brothers RivCr City Mere Mlnlmum dith Willson presented numer ous Mason City names Heres an example Editor Earl Hall is standing beneath his name on some steps which lead to a secondstory real estate busi ness At 8 a m Sunrise Sunset sole benefit of Mrs Hall and me By this time all of the music for t h e production including Meredith Willsons new ballad Being in Love written specially for the film version had been per formed and recorded Director Morton Da Costa war centering his attention on dialog and the synchronization of sound with ac tion Most of all of being done in a kingsize building identified as Stage 6 I USED TO ASSUME that live distinguished from a mere form or extension of moving pictures I wont be making that particular mistake again The equipment and the set GlobeGazette weather up to 8 a m Sunday Maximum Minimum Precipitation 80 51 66 data 86 62 05 Traffic toll up sharply Bj THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Traffic1 accounted for some 60 per cent of accident deaths as hundreds of Americans were killed in a mounting Fourth of July holiday toll With millions of cars on the highways safety experts said traffic casualties were running ahead of estimates Monday in the third day of weekend Water the fourday accidents clrownings and boating mishaps tings have certain similarities but look a havy the techniques arc about as difThe traffic death count shot fcrcnt as daylight and dark iPast the 300 mark and appeared Although my attention was fohcadcd toward an Independence cased on the production of ThciDav wcckencl recfrd for hSh Music Man movie I couldnt help being aware of the TV features being turned out on all sides of Continued en Pagt 2 way slaughter At 2 p m Monday here were 325 traffic deaths 32 boating 111 drowning 69 miscellaneous for a total of 537 were put on tile retirement list Some were known to have dis agreed with Song and been close to Chang Most had at one time or another been accused of incompetence or corruption In a statement Pak said Chang resigned for personal reasons He said the expre mier greatly contributed to carrying out the revolutionary tasks As defense minister last week Song had said he would resume an armed forces cleanup he claimed he was forced to halt last summer when he was re tired as army chief of staff by the now defunct civilian govern ment The move ended 44 days in of fice for Chang 38 It was gen erally assumed that he had lost in a struggle for power within the lop military leadership On the inside Editorials 4 Comics 5 Society News 67 Clear Lake Hews 7 Mason City News 89 Latest Markets 9 Sports 1112 News Quix 13 Transit Schedule 14 North Iowa News U SAME TH aw sought to end strike Weinel 71 of Cincinnati were hospitalized the ERNEST HEMINGWAY Death of author probed FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES KETCHUM Idaho Ernest NEW YORK tf The federal government Mon day went into court seekingaIaftHart tion to end the 18day maritime strike President Kennedy opposed in principal to use of the Taft Hartley law nevertheless called upon its provisions in the face of a split between seamens union groups that has hopelessly snarled maritime negotiations On direct orders from Kennedy who is vacationing at Hyan nis Port Mass U S Atty ert M Morgentau filed a com plaint under the TaftHartley law in federal district court If granted the injunction would halt the strike of some 80000 sea men for a period of 80 days A QUICK hearing on com plaint was scheduled Earlier Labor Secretary Ar thur J Goldberg recommended to President Kennedy at Hyannis Port that the TaftHartley law in junction be sought The two con ferred during the morning at the Presidents summer home there The circumstances of this dis pute present new evidences for Hemingway one of the greatly imperative need of improve prose craftsmen of the 20th cenjments of the national emergency tury and a towering influence injsection of the TaftHartley act modern English literature said OTHER VICTIMS since holiday period began at 6 pm Friday included Fred White 55 Davenport who was killed in a twocar crash in Davenport Ed ward Lee Carvelli 21 St Paul KUWAIT More than 2000 British troops stood guard in Kuwait Monday ready to counter any move by Iraq against the little sheikdom The last of the commandos and paratroopers arrived Sun day night completing a two day landing operation that sparked cries of protest from the controlled press of the So viet Union and the United Arab Republic A FORCE of Saudi Arabian troops also arrived to bolster Kuwaits defense local military sources said Its size was not disclosed The government dispatched a Authorities investigating the circumstances we have no other threeman mission to the United death of the Nobel Prize winner Ch0ice Goldberg said mourned Monday by millions of admirers the world over The whitebearded Papa Hemingway 61 was found dead in his Sunday of a shotgun wound in the head The death kept ironic faith with his life and works His art reflected I British force in Kuwait eloquently and other the violence of human conflict war that characterized the time in which he lived and wrote GOLDBERG indicated clearly afterward that Kennedy acted re luctantly in the shipping dispute but in the belief that he had no other choice It became the plain duty of the President to use the only law that is available the secretary of labor told newsmen The President feels as I do that we are a government of laws and not of men andthat under the said they would attempt to ques tion his widow before deciding whether to conduct an inquest Minn who died when his car to determine if the death was other than accidental Mrs Hemingway his fourth wife said he killed himself acciden went out of control south of Man ly and Robert Vineyard 42 Ot umwa who was killed when his car went out of control west of j tally while cleaning the gun Ottumwa CORONER RAY McGoldrick In addition to the holiday fatJi ties another death was recorded on the Iowa toll when Patricia Morton 14 Webster City died at a Fort Dodge hospital Sunday She was injured the previous vveek 7 injured in boat blast at Okoboji OKOBOJI young peo ple were an explosion and fire aboard an inboard motor boat docked at Smiths Bay on West Okoboji ake MondayAuthorities said he explosion occurred when the1 notor was started after refueling The 18foot boat was destroyed Laos compromise rejected by U S GENEVA United States rejected Monday as quite unacceptable a hard won BritishSoviet compromise said it was a selfinflicted agreement in giving much need wound that could have beenjed communication and trans port equipment to the Interna tional Control Commission in Laos A spokesman for the American delegation said the accidental or otherwise Hemingway had been receiv ing treatment for high blood pressure and diabetes at the M a y o Clinic in Rochester Minn for some time To Hemingway this was quiet retreat far from the turbulent world of Fare well to Across the Riv er and Into the For Whom the Bell It was here that he came to hunt relax and work To local citizens he was as well known as the artful bearded hunter as bel and Pulitzer prize winner the author of the bri 31d Man and the N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES New tractors movement MIAMI A 10man committee of Cuban pris oners began organizing exiles to raise million or more for enough heavy tractors to ransom 1197 invaders held captive by Fidel Castros regime The U S Immigration Service gave the prisoner commit tee until Saturday to complete the arrangements That is the time Castro himself had demanded it re turn Phony packaging rapped WASHINGTON Manufacturers have several panion i i It was here that he worked on a new major novel and a book of reminiscences of his youth A close friend said Hemingway was serious when he boasted he had a big novel all about the land thc sea and the air stashed away in a Cuban bank as insurance IT WILL BE here that they lay Ernest Hemingway to rest in private funeral services ten tatively set for Friday But some of thc people he knew around here thought Pa pa as friends called seemed distressed and traced it to the recent cancer death of actor Gary Cooper his close friend and local hunting com weeks to come up with an answer to complaints of consumers against what they regard as phony pack aging and labeling of groceries At the close of three days of hearings by the Senate Monopoly subcom mittee Chairman Philip A Hart DMich said the problem may be more important than perhaps any of us ever dreamed Fair chance of war WASHINGTON Gen Thomas D White re tired Air Force chief of staff says there is a fair chance of war breaking out over Berlin And as one way of emphasizing the danger to Americans he sug gested a parti mobilization Hoffa on bandwagon MIAMI BEACH Fla Swinging jazz bands and hijinks set the stage for a special union conven tion to reelect James R Hoffa 48 to a new fivc Thcyrc both in the barn now Mrs Cooper commented when she heard of the death Hemingway had told Cooper he wasnt feeling well and the late actor replied I bet Ill beat you to the barn Cooper died in May Hemingway son of a physi cian was born in Oak Park 111 July 21 1899 married four times and had three sons His father Dr Clarence E Heming way also suffered from high blood pressure and diabetes He was found dead of a gun wound at his Oak Park home in 1928 AIRLINER HIJACKED MIAMI Fla hijack ers shot a Cuban militiaman rid ing as guard abonrcl a Cuban air A nAA i liner Monday and forced thc pilot year term as Teamsters president lhe 2000 0 Miamj Policc lhrcw a vention delegates were due to hoist Hoffas salajy aroimd the plane when it landed and the 16 passengers from to and rubber stamp his bid for a more than hike in annual dues funds alloted to run Hoffas Washington headquarters were hustled into immigration at Miami International Airport Compromise did not provide either for free movement of the commission to oversee the ceasefire in Laos or even for adequate equipment and that those were the two key Ameri can demands CABINET QUITS CIUDAD TRUJILLO Dominican Republic Rafael Trujillos hand picked President Joaquin Balaguer was given a free hand to name his own cabi net Monday after 11 of the 12 ministers resigned But they asked him to keep the policies of the slain dictator Nations security council in New York to argue Sheik Abdullah AsSalim AsSabahs charge that Iraqs claim to Kuwait threatens the independence of he little territory under which ies the worlds largest proven oil reserve BRITAIN TOLD the Security ouncil her forces would go into action if Iraqi troops crossed Kuwaits frontier Iraq denied any intent to use force to back up her claim to the sheikdom nd urged the council to de mand unconditional and im mediate withdrawal of t h British forces Britains Sir Patrick Dean old the council the British orce landed at the request of heik Abdullah would be pulled jut as soon as the Kuwait ruler considers the threat to the in dependence of his country is over The council adjourned un til Wednesday subject to recall in the event of a new emer gency The British force strength ened by tanks and artillery dug into a defensive ring in tha sunparched desert north of Ku wait city Photofax WOUNDED IN PLANE HIJACKING Awounded Cuban is removed from the Cuban Air lines plane which was hijacked by passengers and flown to Miami Riding the plane as a guard the militiaman was Wounded when shooting broke out in thc cabin shortly after takeoff from Havana on a scheduled flight to Vcradero Beach Cuba The pilot reported he was forced at gun point to fly to   

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