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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 7, 1961, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors VOL 99 Associated Press and United Press International Full Lease Wires MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JULY 7 1961 7c a Paper Consists of Two Ono No 23S Red s pull strings tighter on Berli n UNNY North Iowa Fair little tem perature change through Saturday Lows Friday night around 60 lower 80s High Saturday Iowa Generally fair through Saturday Lows Friday night 60 to 65 Highs Saturday in 80s Further outlook Fair and warmer Sunday scat treme west late Sunday Iraq lost in gamble on Kuwait No support from sheiks By PHIL NEWSOM UPI Foreign News Analyst When Iraqi Premier Abdul Kar im Kassem announced his claim on the shiekdom of Kuwait last week it seems probable he did so with two thoughts in mind The departure of the British a week earlier had created a power vacuum after more than half a century during which the Union Jack had protected Kuwait from the political storms which period ically sweep the Middle East With the aid of a potential fifth column of 50000 Iraqi employed in the Kuwait oil fields he may have hoped to touch off a pro Iraq government coup or popular uprising ON BOTH counts he was doom ed to disappointment Britain supported by the United States responded quickly with troops and war planes to Sheik Abdullah AsSalim AsSabahs plea for protection At Kuwaits invitation Saudi Arabian troops also moved in across Kuwaits adjoining south ern border The United Arab Republic under President Gamal Abdel Nasser recognized Kuwaits sovereignty India in a note to the Iraq govjtures around Iowa Fndav are eminent also was understood tojexPected to continue through the support Kuwait independence weekend Work permits for Westzone needed FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Communists tightened the screws Berlin Friday by digging up a longignored law re quiringEast Berliners to get permission before taking jobs in West Berlin The East Berlin city government said it will impose strict enforcement of a longstanding regulation that residents of that jportion of the city must approval of communist support before working in West i Berlin Fiveday Iowa Temperatures The order originally was will average 3 to 6 Jan14 1958 a few months below normal SaturdayMore the bloody German up through next Wednesday against the commun mal highs are from 85 to 90nist regime But it was not en and normal lows from 60 and West Berlin 68 degrees Warmer Sunday jernment statistics say about 50 cooler Monday and Tuesday000 East Berliners have jobs in Rainfall will be moderate to the free Part of The Communist announcement heavy averaging one to two inches in showers and thun derstorms Monday and Tues admitted this and said that henceforth city authorities will day jmake known with emphasis the ilaw to those who have violated Minnesota Fair C o n t i n u edjjt High Saturday in pleasant high 80s The announcement also ac cused East Berlin residents em GlobeGazette weather data up Ployed in West Berlin of being n TTI 1 cMinrmrf e Woe torn to 8 am Friday Maximum Minimum Sunrise Sunset 82 60 Sunny and mild on weekend weather menu Sunny skies and mild tempera Kuwaits desert sheiks pledged Fridays highest temperatures their support to the ruling family were expected to be in the low er to middle 80s Davenport had OIL BEGAN flowing in Kuwaitjlhe state high of 84 degrees in 1946 and since then the pool ofjThursdav and Lamoni reported werc war oil lying beneath waterless sands the lowest high a reading has been assessed as the degrees in the world with reserves twice Temperatures dropped into supporters of Western capital ists bent on sabotaging the Communist economy and trig gering a war against the Com munist bloc THE NEW Red move came against the background of these other developments on Berlin In Washington the White House announced that President Kennedy will conferSaturday in Hyannis Port Mass with top advisers on the German and Ber lin questions WEST BERLIN Mayor Willy Brandt told a news conference in Bonn that the Western Allies should consider calling a peace conference of all 52 nations with N7azi aid would call the bluff of Soviet Premier Khrushchev in his demands for such a parley and confront him with a demand on how to solve those of the United States the 50s at many places Friday Since Abdullah AsSalim AsiniorninS th rprman nmhlpm Sabah inherited the shiekdom in Temperatures during the next the German problem Atest tunnels readied Ban may be lifted soon YUCCA FLATS Ncv i spite the 32month ban on nuclear I tests the Atomic Energy Com I mission is busy building a jing complex of underground tun jnels at its Nevada test site PLAYMATES A 2yearold often has a hard time finding a ready playmate but Becky Jane Potter daughter of Dr and Mrs Paul Potter 5 Lake view Dr has a good pal in her dog Hans When Becky climbs into her backyard plas tic wading pool Hans does likewise Summer life is pretty much the same for them but when it comes to drying off after a dip each goes his or her own way Becky briskly rubs herself down with a towel while Hans shakes himself vigorously photo at Refreshing either way Photos by Jo Moore In Navy uniform A woman goes to sea SAN DIEGO Calif UPI A 27yearold woman has shat SAME 1950 he has been building a wel five days are expected to aver fare state whose inhabitants 3 to 6 degrees below nor no taxes Modern roads will average l to Diplomatic sources in London reported that Britain and France will join the United and VchoolThave incnesin showers and thunj Slates next week in deliverfn ury goods flow from the United derstorms Monday and Tuesjfirm rebuttals of Krushchevs States Britain and West Germany day VJews on Berhn so that Kuwait has been described as a country with more cars than parking space At the same time the thoughtful sheik has managed to bank in the neighborhood of S150 million a year in Britain and thus supply substantial encouragement to Brit ains own economv N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Demands on auto makers DETROIT The United Auto Workers union Jimmy wins his election By WILLIAM J EATON MIAMI BEACH UPDJames R Hoffa rolled to a smashing victory in a contest for the Team sters presidency Hoffa had polled all but six tered a 186yearold Navy tradition woman assigned to active sea duty by becoming the first The AEC simply says it is pre paring for the day if and when disarmament talks dis cord But some experts say the subterranean labryinth 65 miles northwest of Las Vegas someday may be the site for testing of an I ultimate weapon The neutron bomb The neutron device years away from the testing stage is envi sioned as a weapon which would destroy people but spare prop jerty SCIENTISTS theorize that bomb triggered above ground by a small blast could loose a dead ly rain of radioactivity penetrat Img several feet of earth or con crete to kill or maim But it would leave factories and homes virtually a desirable goal for any theoretical victor in a thermonuclear war The AEC refuses to comment about the neutron bomb but there s speculation that resarch on the project is going on at the com missions radiation laboratory at Calif birthplace of he hydrogen bomb The federal agency says the unnels are being constructed for any use deemed necessary if and when the administration decides to resume nuclear testing Some U S experts contend the Soviet Union is exploiting dis armament talks and the test bad to speed development a neu tron bomb and may have con ducted secret underground tests of other nuclear weapons THEY CLAIM such tests could go undetected if held in a large underground cavity such as a deep salt cavern where the at mosphere or surrounding earth vould muffle or dampen the blast reducing its seismic effect There has been some unofficial Turin youth is 300th fatality ONAWA UPI Robe rt Wayne Daugherty 19 Turin was killed Friday when the car peculation that thp underground n which he was riding crashed U Charlene Suneson Friday received her orders to go to a Monona County road near sea aboard the military transport USS Gen W A Mann which ferries troops and their dependants between the West Coast and the Orient The Navy has told me Im sort of a trial balloon the pert 5foot5 WAVE veteran said If they dont send any more women to sea youll know why A veteran of seven years Miss Suneson now has two wor ries Seasickness and making a silly mistake A man in my position who made a silly mistake would be one thing but Im taking no chances she said As a line officer the brownhaired lieutenant will share mess and laundry facilities with the men But shell have a small private room in which to live You have to learn to adapt in the Navy she remarked stoically when asked about the facilities ADDING TO Britains interest handed Ford Motor Co a demand for salaries for the votes when the roll call balloting in the tiny sheikdom no larger than Connecticut is the fact that she draws something like 40 per cent of her oil needs from there Iraqs claim on Kuwait is an interesting one The present ruling dynasty of Kuwait goes back more than 200 years to 1756 but for many years paid nominal allegiance to the Turks through the province of Basra which now is part of Iraq The British moved in in 1898 after a German attempt to use Kuwait as a base of operations guar anteed Kuwaits frontiers and took over its foreign relations This is the treaty which Iraq now claims to be illegal and which j she sought to erase by her surj prise move last week Up to now her only support has come from Russia On the inside Editorials Page 4 Band Features 5 Society News 67 Mason City News 89 Latest Markets 9 North Iowa News 10 Sports 1112 Comics IS Clear Lake News 16 Transit Schedule 18 TV Guide Pullout Section QUINTS REPORTED NEW DELHI India MTwo Now Delhi newspapers reported rankandfile and presented General Motors Corp at the unions convention had with a plan for creating job opportunities The salary pay plan calls for an end to the obsolete and intol erable hourly wage system for factory saying they should be paid a salary just like office workers Riders probe ended JACKSON Miss An investigation of Missip pis treatment of socalled freedom riders appeared at an end but two Minnesota officials declined to make a statement on their findings The governors of both states have apparently asked that no state ment be made until after a report has been filed with Minnesota Gov Elmer Andersen Demand by Russia reached the halfway mark The convention roared its ap proval when Hoffa a delegate from Detroit Local 299 walked up to a floor microphone and de clared I vote for Hoffa Is phantom car that of Utah kidnaperslayer here The driver of the car Douglas Hansen 19 Onawa was hospitalized with bruises and a possible broken neck Daugherly became Iowas 300th traffic fatality of the year 50 years of loyal service pays off NEWTON Mass iff For 50 years Charles W Abbott 67 was employed as a personal sec iretary for Maude B Kimball tunnels in Nevada could be an ideal site for similar tests Recently aviationspace editor Marvin Miles and photographer Larry Sharkey of the Los Angeles Times toured the bleak test area miles long and 28 miles wide AEC supervision Describing the tunnels where miners are excavating 24 hours a day Miles reported At the end of one shaft a low firing chamber 70 inches high 76 inches wide and C5 feet tended offa 14foot high tunnel and at its far end were three red painted WPGZ Working Point Ground Zero markings to show retired j exact positioning of a nuclear testing device Social Se an elderly widow He two years agoon a Social MJ The main shaft runs straight curity pension Mrs Kimballjjnto the mountain Rainer Mesa died recently Her will was al lowed Thursday in probate court 296500 was bequeathed for perhaps a mile then curves gently to the right for an over all length of about a mile and a half Fateful car Train crash ROCK ISLAND 111 search for the killer who kidnaped 15 yearold Denise Sullivan slaying her mother in after Utah spread into western Illinois Fri day Authorities were on the lookout for a black Ford with Utah li cense plates which had been spotted near Cedar Rapids Iowa Thursday night A truck udver told police here that he had seen a similar car SALEM Va WA note found parked in front of a hotel about in the purse of a woman injured 7 am Friday When police ar UNITED Soviet Union is exI was accidental pected to demand that the Security Council set a i Salem Police Chief George when her car was struck by a rjved however the car was gone train at a crossing here may hold The hotel said no one answer jthc answer to whether the crash jng the description of the swarthy deadline for Britain to withdraw her troops from Kuwait Morally Eichmanir JERUSALEM Adolf Eichmann admitted that he was morally guilty for his part in the slaying of six million Jews by Nazi Germany At the same time Eichmann absolved himself of any legal responsibil ity and said he was only a tool in the hands of supe rior powers and in the hands of a fate which knew no mercy East Germany quiet BERLIN The rekindled Berlin crisis appar ently has sparked no Soviet military buildup in East least not yet Informed sources say that except for normal summer maneuvers there have been no major Soviet troop shifts in that area jEades has declined to release the contents of the note and has in dicated the information may not be released if the victim recovers THE CAR driven by Elizabeth Howard of nearby Roanoke was struck by a train being operated at the time by her husband Eades said his department was investigating the possibility that thewreck Wednesday was not an accident and he admitted finding a note with two names written on it in Mrs Howards purse But he would say no more about the note Howard is the fireman on the freight train but was temporarily at the controls when the collision occurred i killer had stayed at the hotel and none of the overnight guests had listed a Utah address The search had extended eastern Iowa when a car with Utah license plates forced a Ce dar Rapids motorist off the road at a curve on old Highway 30 be tween Cedar Rapids and Mount Vcrnon It did not stop after forc ing the motorist off the road The car was driven by a dark complexioned man with a girl about 15 as his only passenger the motorist told authorities TO VISIT BRITAIN MOSCOW W Space pioneer Yuri A Gagarin will visit Brit ain during he Soviet industrial exhibition that opened in Lon don Friday Witnesses said the car driven i agency Tass Friday the birth of quintuplets since Soviet Premier Khrushchev reopened his Berlin iby Mrs Howard was in the area in ft north Indian village offensive against the West I for 12 minutes before the crash the Soviet news announced The announcement did not say when Gagarin would arrive UNDERGROUND TUNNEL AT TEST SITE A work car background moves over tracks in a 14foothigh tunnel in the new complex of the Ne vada Test Site at Yucca Flats Ncv De spite a 32month ban on nuclear tests theAtomic Energy Commission is busy Photofax building a sprawling complex of under ground tunnels at this test site The federal agency says the tunnels are be ing constructed for any use deemed nec essary if and when the administration decides to resume nuclear
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