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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 4, 1961, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for HM MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 99 The newspaper f Associated fnn tnd United International Full that makes all North I o vans neighbors MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JULY 4 1961 7e Copy Paper ol Two No JH Influence pays off at capital j to the top By ADAMS CAROLINA New York Herald Tribune News Service March Sec retary of Defense Robert S Mc Namara published a list of 52 military bases and facilities to be abolished or cut back At Ford Motor Co where he was president that would have been the end of it But govern ment is different Last week one of his victims came back to life The Eighth Naval District at New Orleans disestablished by Me Namara was undisestablished when Rep F Edward Hebert D La appealed to President Ken nedy It will be continued The President an old Navy man agreed with the New Or leans Congressman that it would be bad if there were no Ameri can flag flying from the Keys of Florida to the Rio Grande Now McNamaras 51 other shutdowns and cutbacks are under scrutiny by the House Armed Services In vestigations subcommittee The chairman Rep Hebert rr NEPAL MAY be the next global hot spot The king of Nepal who assumed the powers of the state is regarded by Western diplomats as unstable and erratic His king dom could become the next im portant pawn in the eastwest struggle if A NUMBER of Congressiona committees may shortly find themselves in the same fix as the House Ways and Means group broke Because of unexpectedly protracted hearings on the Ad ministrations complicated tax proposals the latter committee spent all its available funds foi transcripts extra help etc Its embarrassed chairman Rep Wil bur D Mills DArk had to ask the House for more There has been such a heavy stream ol White House proposals to Capitol Hill adding to the normal work load that the betting here is that still more committees will be ask ing for extra expense money ADMINISTRATION officials are searching for a way to persuade insurance companies to invest more of their funds in government at least to hold on to the government bonds that they have Heavy insurance company sales of government bonds have been depressing the Federal se curities market The insurance firms are dissatisfied with the interest rate they get on govern ment bonds keep selling them in order to relend the money at higher yields to corporations and other borrowers A REPORT from the American Embassy in New Delhi The full extent of Red Chinas crop fail ures is now one of the hottest conversation pieces in India and other China neighbors with the result that for the first time in 10 years the heralded great leap forward regarded with suspicion Up to now the inevit able camparison of Indias indus trial progress with Chinas made China look more attractive to many Asians Now that China can not get enough food production to feed its population reappraisals arc being made everywhere of the Communistversusdemocratic sys to Indias great advan tage ALERT Washingtonians have noticed a major switch in pub licity policy at the Justice De partmcnl visavis Attorney Gen eral Robert F Kennedy and FBI Director 1 Edgar Hoover Until Kennedy took over at Justice of which the FBI is the police arm Department news releases involv ing criminal cases in which the Gman did the field work usually began FBI Director J Edgar Hoover announced today etc Now they usually start out At torney General Robert F Ken nedy announced etc with Hoov er getting second billing THOSE WEEKLY activities re ports President Kennedy gels from his Cabinet members have begun to fall into predictable pat terns Agriculture Secretary Or ville L Freeman submits chatty lengthy memos Secretary of State Dean Rusks report arc the most comprehensive but arc written by an assistant not by the Sec The or two page from Abra ham Ribicoff Secretary ot Health Independence Day 1961 On this day 185 years after the patriots scratched their names with quill pens on a piece of parchment called the Declaration of Independence America still stands as the cradle of liberty For over a century and threequarters this noble experiment in selfgovernment has stood the challenges of war and change and growth Today July 4th we proudly salute the men of 1776 who risked their lives for their vision of freedom and we look with confidence to the future N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES owa Clear to partly cloudy through Wednesday with chance of scattered thunder storms extreme east Tuesday night and extreme north Wed nesday Low Tuesday night 6575 High Wednesday m the upper 90s Outlook for Thursj day fair and hot GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Tuesday Maximum 8fi 57 Precipitation trace Sunrise Sunset 7ii56 YEAR AGO Maximum 73 Minimum George Jessef denies paternity charges LOS ANGELES charge at my timeof life is a compli ment says George Jessel 63 named defendant in a paternity suit filed by Actress Joan Tyler 27 The comedian who said he was engaged several years ago to Miss Tyler denied all accusations in a scaled complaint opened Monday Miss Tyler asked for prenatal and postnatal medi cal expenses a month for a period following the birth and a monlh for support ofher and he child Kuwait operation at climax LONDON Lord Home the foreign secretary said British troops movements to Kuwait will be cqmpjeted within the next 48 hours By dawn Tues day the total forces available to the British com mander Air Marshal Sir Charles Elworthy exceeded 10000 well equipped regulars and 10000 Arab volun teers More Eschmann evidence JERUSALEM The special Israeli tribunal in terrupted Adolf Eichmanns defense to receive in evidenceStatements by former SS officers that Eich nrann hadaspecial status in the purge of Jews and wasknown as the great expediter to Thedepositions came from interrogation of witnesses in Germany and Austria who refused to come to TsraeTBecause the Israeli government refused to grant them immunity from prosecution for their own wartimeaetivities Faces communism charge SEOUL South Koreas ruling military Junta ousted Premier John MChang and seven of his ministers with collaborating with the Reds Hemingways rites set KETCHUM Idaho Author Ernest Heming way who roamed lustily through the adventurous lands of his fiction will be buried quietly Wednes day in the peaceful mountain valley he loved Authorities declared that his death from a shotgun blast in the head Sunday was a selfinflicted gun shot wound and said there would be no inquest Of ficials weremaking no determination of whether it was accidental or otherwise On the Inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 8910 Sports 1314 North Iowa News 15 Mason City News 1617 Comics 18 Farm News f 19 Clear Lake News 22 Heavy rain in Northeast Iowa Crackling thunderstorms acj companicd by rain of one or more inches provided residents with their own 1 Fourth of J illy display Tuesday morning Up to three inches of rain was reported in some sections and heavy winds took heir tollof tree limbs and telephone lines at Cascade Anamosa and Du buque The fain front passed over Mason Cityshortly before mid night but left only a moisture on parched lawns and crops Traffic toll rises all over nation SAME BUck l Flu Menus Turtle Be nth 24 Hours By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Iowa traffic death count for the Fourth of July holiday period stood at nine Monday as motorists headed into the most dangerous hours of the long weekend The latest victim was Clara Marie Fiala Moorland who was injured fatally Monday when struck by a car in down town Fort Oodge Another Monday victim was 3months6Id Donna Marie Stevens daughter of Mrs Sylvia Arlbne Stevens 17 of neaVMarcps The girl was killed whertba car driven by her mother went out of con trol and overturned on a grav el road oriel mile northeast of Cleghorn Minnesota meanwhile had counted 15 deaths on roads The latest victims were Obert Hyland wife and their granddaughter Tamera all of HayfieldThey died in a car truck crash For the US as a whole the holiday toll climbed to ward a record At 11 am the number of traffic dead reached 420 only 71 short of the alltime mark in a similar fourday observance in 1950 JFK to Mr K A short lesson In US history HYANNIS PORT Mass UPI President Kennedy Tuesday observed Fourth of July by sending Soviet Premier Khrush chev a short lesson in American history Khrushchev sent Kennedy a message of Independence Day congratulations saying he hoped their recent meeting in Vienna would advance the mutual ef forts of our governments di rected to the urgent solution of problems which long ago be came pressing and which the last war left to us after the de feat of the aggressors The Russian leader also told Kennedy the Soviet and Amer ican peoples by right must go down in history as the two great peoples who made a de cisive contribution to the cause of insuring permanent on earth After thanking Khrushchev for the message Kennedy replied It is a source of satisfaction to me that on our 185th anni versary the United States is still committed to those revolu tionary principles of individual liberty and national freedom for all people which motivated our first great leaders A special responsibility at this time rests upon the Soviet Union and United States I wish to assure the of your country of our to live in friendship and peace with them This was at least the fourth exchange of personal messages between Kennedy and Khrush chev since the Presidents elec tion Macis king of Filipinos MANILA Wi The Philippines staged its biggest most glorious Fourth of July independence parade Tuesday in honor of General of the Army Douglas MacArthur Upwards of 400000 Filipinos braved light showers and jammed Manilas Luneta Park to witness the parade and hear MacArthur deliver the main speech in observance the Philippines 15th independence anniversary Wearing his crushed wartime campaign cap and a Ian military uniform the 81yearold soldier received a tremendous Novation when he said the United Stales and the Philippines in this long twilight era that is neither war nor peace stand together just as firmly as be P Id DC ClQSn Waves of applause burst from the throngs as their World War II liberator told them You may be sure that if you fight Injured in lane crash at Allison ALLISON A light plane stalled on takeoff from the Alli son airport Tuesday morning and crashed into a nearby field injuring the pilot Officials said three passengers in the plane escaped injury The pilot was Walter Gardner Charles City who was taken to Charles City hospital Gardner suffered face cuts N o r b Baltes operator of Charles City Aeronautics which owns the plane said the craft stalled as it was taking off and crashed into a field just north east of the airport The three passengers on the plane were Kenneth and Rich ard Malle brothers from rural Allison and Roger Kussatz Alli on Baltes said he had the plane at Allison for a flight breakfast at the airport The plane suf ered considerable damage FIRE ROUTS 20 CEDAR RAPIDS UPI A fire Tuesday routed some 20 persons ut of their apartments in the Cedar Rapids building again Americans will be at your side shoulder to shoulder once again comradeinarms And you may be sure that as your old commanderinchief I shall do all in my limited power to see that you receive full re ward for your past service Ending on a sad note the gen eral said And now even as I hail you I must say farewell For I must admit with a sense of sadness that the deepening shadows of life cast doubt upon my ability to pledge again I shall return MacArthur visiting the Phil ppines for the first time since he spoke at the first indepen dence ceremonies in 1946 was lemmed in by a surging mass of people as he left the park rowds waving American and ilipino flags and pennants bearing MacArthurs name shouted MacArthur our liber a tor as he tried to get to his car Strong police security rein forcements escorted him to the car AP A KISS FOR A in background smile as Gen Douglas MacArthur embraces and kisses Lina Pasioiv iftGl Miss PhilippinesHawaii at Fourth of July independence parade in Manila The parade wai staged in honor of the visiting 81yearold soldier
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