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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 3, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edittd for the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The VOL 99 Associated Press and United Press International Full Lease Wires newspaper that makes all North 1 MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY AUGUST 3 1961 owans neighbors 7o a Copy Paper Consists of Four SectionsSection Ons No 25i Prevent try to fly plane to Cuba FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES EL PASO Tex au thorities gained control of a S5 million jet airliner after four bunjmembers gling hijackers terrorized its pasj Then two sengers and crew for hours Thursday and said they planned to take the plane to Cuba The hijackers had taken con The four gunmen kept four courageous volunteers as host ages along with the six crew sitting behind her became took up more lime with terical and this apparently led I a heck of the hydraulic sys hijackers the decision to release all jthe passengers except four who surreniremained as hostages as to the number of gun THEN THE OTHER four crewjmen involved Most passengers tern and other mechanical parts Passengers said the hijack ers demanded that they be given a DC7 as ransom for trol of the Continental Airlines Boeing 707 jet 20 miles from El menhostages were released and federal officers went aboard the plane spoke of two But Miss Nancy Pearsall a reservation agent Paso where it landed for fuel Officers immediately sur rounded the plane and prevented Antonio Tex a passenger it from taking off again jsaid that after the airliner left I Unharmed were 63 other paslphoenix Ariz the gunmen the jet if they the jet refueled could not get Howard Berg public relations man for for Continental said she underContinental said the airline stood there were four offerd to trade a DC7 for the On the ground the gunmen defet but the hlJackers tumed jit down The tower at one point gave sengers and a crew of six iannounced that they were tak ing the plane and flying straight to Havana but would land at El Paso for fuel She said a pregnant womanIfour hours to refuel the plane The airlines ground crew stalled for time and efforts were made to negotiate with the gunmen THE GROUND CREWS took ringed Vows action to recover Katanga LEOPOLDVILLE the Congo Gizengas leftist Stanleyville re again by I Ireland i uneasy in I trade move Farmers to get hearing By DONAL P OHIGGINS ml Thursday vowed to suppress the Gizenga who stayed in DUBLIN desecession of rich Katanga Provjleyville and said illness cision to seek Common Market ince in the days immediatelyvented him from attending the Triri In IT 1 111 dllU by a nearunanimous joined in supporting Adoula parliamentary vote of confidence39 wno was the personal choice n his new coalition governmentof President Joseph Kasavubu to Premier Cyrille Adoulajhead a unity government Stan the plane clearance off As it rolled to take forward officers opened fire at the tires j t slowed to a immediately vehicles Tempers boil in Congress WASHINGTON UPI The hijacking of a Continental Air lines jetliner by armed men pre1 Thursday stirred a hornets nest membership may painful surprises bring somejto come Parliament session was named brought calls for swift action on the heels of Premier Harold r i i iaiis lui awm airuuu in a iirm inaugural address tojone of three deputy premiers i President Kenneriv kpnt P Kvn hnncoc nr fieMuem ivenneaj was kept Her decision which followed the two houses of Parliament thatj Christophe Gbenye a key mem approved h i s MacMillans statement Monday o v e r nment that Britain was to make forjWedn e s d a y mal application to join was conjA d o u 1 a de sidered for many weeks as announced Ka inevitable one here Itanga P r e s i SpeculatiOn now centers uponjd e n t Moise the impact a successful entryiTshombe and would have on the future of ajBelgian corn nation tied economically to Britjmercial inter ain and suffering from the twin jests in the evils of unemployment and emiprovince for gration iCommitting a great wrong PREDOMINANTLY AN agri whose her of Gizengas regime was ap pointed interior minister with control of the nations loosely organized police Gross party wins victory WASHINGTON fully advised of the hijacking at El Paso Tex but he had no immediate comment Some members of Congress have introduced measures aimed at preventing recurrence of such incidents GUARDS STAND BY AIRLINER med officers are 8hown as they stand by the hijaeked Continental Photofax Airlines 707 jetliner at ElPaso airport shortly be fore a boarding was attempted CLOUDY styled House economy party has marked up a victory in its fight against a proposal to re SEN STYLES Bridges RN H introduced one of the bills The selfand the hijacking as D rrt irtnl A1 1 criminal act which should be dealt with swiftly His bill would make it a criminal of ADOULA peal a yearold to carrir weapons aboard jial travel Senate and House Conicommercia Bights 0 agreed to ob mining1ccted to bv botj membcrs of provincel economy partv Reps H Sen Clair Engle DCalif said if the hijackers acted in a conspiratorial manner acting for the Castro government of against the Congo cultural country whose mamj Neither Tshombe nor certain export market is Britain his ministers nor the Union land has a host of tiny mdusiMiniere the Belgian tries built up painfully since inCompany jn tne dependence behind a snug he KatangajR Gross Riowa and ClaVe then this would consti walL t H h i secession can prevent the ConHoffman RMich They contute an act of war and should It was accepted mat manyoi golese people from recoveringtended the Senate sought to reibe dealt with accordingly these tiny industries woiUdfal their rightful heritage Adoulajpeal the travel ban retroactively when exposed to the harsh blastjdedared iso senators could collect of competition of centunesoldj Delegates representing Antoinelalready spent on travel established firms i But it was hoped that thei overall economy would benefit by an expanded production and the introduction of the most ef ficient modern methods of man ufacture SUCH AN INCREASED pro duction throughout thc republic would have an impact on the unemployment situation and sorb many of those workers now annually leaving for jobs in Britain the United States and Canada But it was the effect the Corn One of 33 children gets welfare aid By HARRISON WEBER Iowa Daily Press Writer DBS MOINES out of every 33 children in Iowa In Cerro Gordo County 112 cent of the persons age 65 or over are receiving old age as THE EMOTIONS of the mem bers of Congress rose as more and more details of the incident were received Sen Ralph Yarborough D Tex urged that the United States give Cuba a 58hour ulti matum for the return of the hi jacked Eastern Airliner taken several days ago and that Con gress make the planes a crime death penalty The people of Partly cloudy with seal tered thunderstorms likel northeast Thursday night anc extreme north Friday Low Thursday night 6670 High Friday in the 90s Furthe cloudy occa sional showers and coole Saturday Minnesota Partly cloud through Friday with widel scattered late afternoon or evening thunders h o w e r s Lows Thursday night 5868 Turning cooler north Frida highs low 80s extreme nortl to 8895 central and south GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Aug 3 Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 89 64 65 25 93 65 Tunisia in move to talkj TUNIS President Habib 3ourguiba Thursday offered to halt Tunisias efforts to con hijacking of jdemn France in the United Na carrying the tions in exchange for negotia tions on French withdrawal Divers recover bus bodies in Swiss lake By MICHAEL GOLDSMITH HERGISWIL Switzerland Wi Divers groping through the chill depths of Lake Lu cerne Thursday located the tourist bus that plunged off a rainslick road after colliding with a truck and carried 16 American vacationers to death One of the 22 survivors de scribed the accident as the noise the jolt and a all loo quick Fifteen bodies by police count were in the bus when it was located at a depth of about 165 feet by special elec tromagnetic equipment It lay more than 60 feet offshore ADLAI TALKS WASHINGTON M Ambassador Adlai Stevenso discussed the TunisianFrenc conflict with President Kenned solution Pakistan gives recognition to Algerian rebels RAWALPINDI Pakistan UPi Pakistan Thursday announced t has recognized the rebel Al gerian government in exile headed by Ferhat Abbas It was the first ally of the West to recognize the provision al government leading the fight j or Algerian independence fromiThursda1y7 and sald a France ls Possible Pakistan and France are both members of the Southeast Asia Treaty Organization Pakistan n addition is linked to the West y its membership in the Brit sh Commonwealth and the Cen rai Treaty Organization RAIL LOAN WASHINGTON UPI The nterstate Commerce Commis on ICC Thursday guaranteed S5 million loan to the bank ipt New York New Haven and artford Railroad SAME White Flag Means No Traffic Death In Past 24 Hours having slid off a ledge after its first plunge The bus carrying 35 Amer ican passengers and a staff of three Europeans collided with the trucktrailer Wednes day and crashed through the railing where the highway is carved out of an almost sheer rock cliff rising from the wa ter In the few minutes before the vehicle slid to the bottom 19 passengers and the three crew members fought their way out through the windows All but two of the survivors were kept overnight in hospi tals Doctors said nearly all would be released in a few days The bus was filled with wa ter in a matter of seconds said Stanley JM Smith 54 of Kansas City Mo We hardly even knew what happened In the next hospital bed Charles Krepps 65 a research analyst from Los Angeles de scribed the horrorfilled mo ment when the bus plunged into the lake The bus turned over on its side before we hit the water and it seemed to me it was till turning when I put my feet out and gave myself a shove to the surface he the United States have been very very pa mon Market have on the munitv that association would under 18 is receiving aid to de In 13 counties Howard Harri son Union Clarke Lu pendent children agricultural comj One out of every Irelands main in Cerro Gordo of every41 iordo County is n hopes and fears were centered cciving aid to depcndcnl upon Thc immediate reaction ofj A countybycounty compari thc farming community wasison by the state department of wary as this highly conservajsocial welfare shows a wide tivc group hoard the among counties in the A spokesman for the Nationaljralio of children under 18 to thcj Farmers Union commented thatlnumber receiving ADC I Van 15 per cent or more c 1 of those 65 and over are receiving iOAA In 37 counties between in to 15 per cent of thc persons 65 and over arc drawing OAA and in the remaining 49 counties less than 10 per cent of those 65 and over are receiving this assistance from Bizerte In his most conciliatory state tient with Mr Communist Casjment of the twoweek Bizerte Yarborough said but paicrisis Bourguiba invited tience ceases to be a virtue i France to discuss a reasonable AT THE TWO EXTREMES THE TWO EXTREMES are Ireland like thc United Kingi dom must find means of safe guarding the vital interest ofiare iriuilico the Irish farmers and horticul counties JJ Qny 4 pcr Qf turalists cveiy c ase anc over jn pes coun receiving ADC while on the IN ANY EVENT the spokesjhand only one in every 235is man added the farming comj drawing aid to dependent munity will expect to be fullyjdren in Plymouth consulted by the government ln 27 counties onc outj the forthcoming negotiations jof evcry 33 or ess 18 jsju Premier Sean F Lemass conlrecejvjng arc receiving old age assistance compared to 249 per cent in siclercd the architect of Irish Thc ratio in industry has for many larg been warning industrialists county in membership in the Common yic Market would impose severe js one efficiency tests on their prod ucts but that he hoped increased efficiency would enable them to survive without tariff and other assistance In his statement to mcnl Lemass said the govern ment believed there was general out of every 19 Following are listed the ratio jof total chil drcn under 18 to children re ceiving ADC in i Decatur County are listed thc per persons 65 or over re i cciving old age assistance in i North Iowa counties Brcmer 71 Butler 118 Cerro Gordo 112 Chickasaw 116 Floyd 119 Franklin 94 Han cock 05 Howard 151 Mitchell 82 Winnebago 57 Wort h 6 J Wright fi7 Robbery in Charles City WEBER acceptance of its view thai in North Iowa counties the circumstances now dcvclopj Brcmer 1361 Butler 551 Cerro Gordo 411 621 Floyd 291 Franklin 83 U CHARLES CITY Sheriffs officers and local police arc in vcstigaling a robbery at the Elks Club here The janitor early Thursday discovered thc off the safe the application for member ship was dictated by thc nation al interest McMANUS BACK KEOKUK W Former Lt Gov Edward J McMamis has TEN PER CENT returned from a Rochester j sons age 65 or over in Iowa areidelcrmincd how entrance to the Minn hospital jreceiving old age assistance building was gamed Worth 42 WrighU KM OF thc per had been taken It has not been when it permits the practice of international piracy and ban ditry German Reds bar workers from Berlin BERLIN The Commu nists imposed new restrictions Thursday on East Germans who work in the Western sectors of this divided city The United States Britain and France fired off notes asking the Soviet com mandant in Berlin to put an end jlo all such measures The three Western military commandants in thc city sent identical letters to Col Andrei I Solovyev commander of Soviet troops in thc city saying all such measures worsen thc al mosphcre in Berlin and warn ing against this West Berlin officials said special identity cards arc being issued by Red police to East German residents of nearby East Germantowns holding jobs n West Berlin Thc cards bar thc bearers from Berlin On the inside Editorials Page 4 Clear Lake news 8 Society news 1012 Sports 1314 Latest markets 16 Mason City news 1617 Comics 18 North Iowa news 20 evacuation timetable All that is really needed is acceptance by France of dis cussions on evacuation and we will stop out procedure at thc United Nations Bourgu i b a said Tunisia has asked for a spe cial session of the UN General Assembly to condemn France for refusal to withdraw its troops from areas around the Bizerte base The troops have remained in their positions since the UNordered cease fire July 23 Bourguibas statement at a news conference came only 24 lours after his righthand man Bahi Ladgham conferred with President Kennedy and Secre tary of State Dean Rusk in Washington Cardinal Canali dies of pneumonia VATICAN CITY Wi Nicola Cardinal Canali for 22 years thc mayor of Vatican City died Thursday of bronchial pneu monia and circulatory complica tions He was 87 Cardinal Ca nalis death came four days af ter the sudden death of another Italian cardinal Domcnico Tar clini the Roman Catholic Churchs secretary of state BOWLES OFF NICOSIA Cyprus U S Undersecretary of State Chester Bowles left Nicosia by air for New Deihi Thursday after at tending a threeday regional conference of American diplo ma Is SEEK BUS TRAGEDY Underwater searchers view recovered equipment on the shore of Switzer lands Lake Lucerne duringa search Photofax for the bus that carried 16 American vacationers to their deaths The divers located the vehicle under 165 feet of water i   

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