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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 9, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edittd for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL W The newspaper that makes all North I owans Associated and United Presi International Full Lease Wires MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY AUGUST 9 1961 neighbors 7o a Copy Paper Consists of Four One No 261 Israelis stressing science Sweden of Middle East By EARL UBELL New York Herald Tribune News Service REHOVOT Israel There is an old joke about a Jew who complained Moses showed poor judgment in turning left instead of right at the Red Sea If Considerable cloudiness SHOWERS FiveDay Iowa Temperatures will average below normal Wednesday night through next Monday Normal highs are in the 80s and normal lows in the 60s Turning cooler early in the period then warming over the weekend Rainfall will av erage about one inch in show ers and thunderstorms early in the period North Iowa Considerable cloud iness with scattered showers and thunderstorms through Thursday Lows Wednesday night in upper 60s Turning cooler late Thursday highs in the 80s had gone further east We would have had the oil and the Arabs the sand The story reflects a slight im patience with a land twothirds a desert more barren than that of Arizona Chronic water short ages annoy the economy Un settled Middle East politics threaten the nations oil supply and haunt its electrical system scattered showers and thun derstorms Wednesday night heavy in the northwest Scat tered showers or thunder storms Thursday Cooler northwest Low Wednesday mid 60s northwest low 70s southeast Highs Thursday low 80s northwest near 90 south east Fair to partly cloudy and cooler Friday True Israel has modest dejMinnesota Showers cooler Highs Thursday near 80 posits of oil natural gas cop per King Solomons iron phosphate and access toj GlobeGazette weather the fertilizerrich salts of theup to 8 am Wednesday Dead Sea Yet these alone couldi Maximum hardly turn Israel into a quick and shining success THIS COUNTRY no bigger than New Jersey hasother re sources How well it uses them to create a modern state may provide a model for action in other underdeveloped countries Some AfroAsian countries al1 ready realize this and increas1 ingly turn to Israel for help I In order the resources are literacy Western science and the facilities for creating and maintaining both All Jewish men and most of the womenj can read even when they come from the most backward parts of Asia and Africa where sur rounding populations may be only 10 per cent literate Their religion requires them to be able to read the Bible In the 20th century this sim ple skill has become a neces sity in any technology And technology rather than raw ma terials or simple agriculture erects a surer ladder to ecoj nomic success as Holland Swed en and Denmark has demon strated Israel aspires to be the Sweden of the Middle East The symbol of Israels first presi Chaim Minimum At 8 am Precipitation Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum data 79 63 68 07 85 57 Proxmire stretches Senator ends his talkathon WASHINGTON Wil liam Proxmire DWis ended a superb organic chemist is nota marathbn rotest in the Sen lost on the Israelis Another airliner hijacked safely at Havana 81 Jet was over Mexico NEW YORK UP A million Pan American World Airways plane with 81 persons aboard was hi jacked over Mexico Wed nesday and flown to Cuba A Pan American spokesman said information relayed from Miami reported the plane landec safely in Hanava The Air Force high commanc in Washington was alerted after the hijacking was announced The DCS jet with 72 passengers and nine crew members aboarc put down at the Havana airport at pm Iowa The airline said everyone aboard was safe The airline said it had re ceived word from its airport man ager in Havana that there would be a delay Pan American said it Hid not understand the mes sage but the implicatiton was that the Cuban authorities might be preparing to release the plane IN WASHINGTON the White House said President Kennedy had asked for fullest information on the hijacking The White House said its pre liminary information a s thai one man had forced the pilot to divert his craft to Cuba shortly after taking off from Mexico City enroute to Guatemala City The plane had originated in Houston Tex and had flown to MexicoCity Wednesday morn ing At pm it took off again and within minutes the hijacker apparently seized control of the aircraft The pilot Capt Carl Ballard radioed in code that the craft had jeen diverted to Cuba Two hours and 48 minutes later w con 6 he nomination the DCS put down on the 10600 SO WHEN Israel imports Jews Lawrence J OConnor Jr tofoot runwa in Fidel Castros Jews she importstne Federal Power CommissioncaPltal raw materials Since 1948 when at 1005 a m Wednesday j AmonS the passengers aboard the War of Liberation broke ha ean the hijacked airliner were Co out the population of Jews has grown from 650000 to 2200000 If Israel had started out withj 2 million illiterates the cost when getting them to read would be about 3120000000 or more I In the dawn hours Proxmire Israel also mports science an audience Qf twQ Six years ago we were rathinewspapermcn anc one or two of an American passenger air er isolated here says a chemscnatQrs including Sen n three months the second ist at the Weizmann Institute DMont who presided this month Two Americans took the Caltech of Israel without ovcr ulc civunber jovcr a Continental Airlines plane smog and without undergraduate Wisconsin D cmoc a El Paso Tex saying they in students now were as up to SPACEMAN ARRIVES IN MOSCOW arrival at Moscow Pholofax airport Behind Russian cosmonaut Gherman Titov is Titov is Russias first spaceman Maj escorted by Premier Nikita Khrush chev who carries flowers on Titovs Yuri Gagarm and top Russias space program officials of 10inch deluge in Washta area 2 men are drowned WASHTA I Torrential rains poured from a stalled thunderstorm and set off flash floods over a small area of northwest Iowa Tuesday night Two VVashta men were missing and believed to have drowned after flood waters swept away their car at the height of the 10inch deluge They are Wilson Zarr 43 and his son Archie 20 The heavy thunderstorm sat over the Little Sioux River area south and east of this community better known in Iowa or a 47degree below zero reading in the winter of 1912 Scattered sections of Illinois Central Railroad track over a stretch south of here vere washed out The tracks Lawler area man killed LAWLER One person was dlled and another was injured in an auto accident Tuesday night Louis S Dostal 29 of near Lawler was killed in the acci dent on a county road about two miles east of here Injured was William Bushta of near Lawler who was a pas senger in the car The car left the road on z curve went over an embank ment and into a ditch Bushta was taken to a New Hampton hospital QUADROS PLANS VISIT WASHINGTON Braziliar President Janio Quadros will ar rive in Washington Dec 5 for threeday state visit Tumultuous welcome to Moscow Spaceman mouths party line lombian oreign minister Cesar Turbay and Roger Wolin Pan American public relations di rector for Latin America The ninemember crew also included four stewardesses IT WAS THE fourth hijacking MOSCOW spaceman Gherman Titov returned to Mos cow Wednesday for a heros wel come kissed his welcomers right and left and warned that if the enemies of peace unleash an other war the Soivet Union has the wherewithal to crush the ag gressor Standing atop the LeninStalin tomb the 26yearold Titov told the applauding multitude jam ming Red Square his space flight date as anybody OConnor mainly on the nomi tended to fly t to Cuba How ever they were overpowered The isolation was broken by nccs connection with the oil in lasting bread upon the wadustry which is regulated by institute gave out lhe FPC OConnor has been generous fellowships president of the indepen important scientists to come work here After a few years dent Petroleum Association of America Confirmation of the Texan the scientists began to ask to and tobring their ProxmirTsaid would be a vie lory for this most after nine hours Previously a National Air lines plane and an Eastern Air Lines prop jet were seized by aerial hijackers and flown to Cuba The Eastern Electra still is held there although its pas sengers and crew were released While elementary lion is free parents have to pay up to S250 a year for high school Even though the govern ment gives scholarships the tuition blocks many from a high school and subsequent college education Yet the high school is far more advanced than in the United States Students grad British airliner down 39 aboard Shortly after the El Paso hi in I jacking PanAmerican spokes thaii other lines because it was flying regularly into Havana twice a day He expressed the belief that Fidel Castro wanted to main tain the PanAmerican flights between Cuba and the United STAVANGER Norway UPI A chartered British airliner States and said he felt the Cu ban government would avoid jeopardizing these flights by seizing one of the companys planes i Pan American said that since language day over the North Sea Most of the E1 Paso hijacking it had THE ISRAELIS know thehe passengers on the missing bccn keeping the door to the nroblem is economic Whether Planc wcre reported to be Britcockpil locked and had con o develop the Negcv desert or ish children on their way to ductcfi a visual surveillance of i iiraoatinne in Nnrwav u uate knowing calculus and anaJen route to Stavanger with 36 lytic geometry plus a goodpassengcrs ancl a crcw of lhree command of at least another was rcportcd missing Wednes was dedicated to peaceful pur poses and use our mighty rocket technique for the sake of progress Titov said that his space ship although completely automati cally controlled could be guided by manual controls to a landing on any spot on the globe The young Communist said he was particularly glad to serve as a member of the Soviet Commu nist party and that he would be a faithful son of the party un til the very end of my life Premier Khrushchev standing at the spacemans elbow led the applause after each of Titovs sentences THE SOVIET premier follow ing the new Soviet hero to the microphone said it was sym bolic of the greatness of the Com munist party that for the second time Moscow was greeting a Rus sian newly returned from space to educate all Some want to vacations in Norway do both But the money may not be enough Yet the continu ation of paid high school educa tion may create a deep division in Israeli society Those able to pay receiving the education which in turn enables them to get better jobs and pay for their childrens education When you ask Can Israel afford Ihc luxury of pure scien tific research with no hope of application in ighl Thean swcr invariably comes back Israel cannol afford not to have it DATE1960320 BUcl FUf Miiw Oeh passengers as prescribed by the Federal Aviation Agency Pan Am said it had not put any armed guards aboard its planes Shelby man killed in crash at Harlan IIARLAN E Jacob icn 4fi Shelby was killed in stantly laic Tuesday in n col lision on a Highway 50 curve south of here Jacobscns daugh ter Peggy H son Monlc 6 and Tcrric Peterson 12 were injured Speaking extemporaneously and waving his arms and shouting the premier declared We were the first to build socialism we were the first in space and we will be the first to build com munism The most soberminded lead ers of the West cannot help un derstanding that socialism is the launching pad from which these flights began he said HE AWARDED Titov the titles Hero of the Soviet Union and Pilot awarded Cosmonaut already to Gagarin Gagarin who accompanied Titov through were part of a branch line from herokee to Anthon Two county road bridges were destroyed by flood waters and several others were badly dam aged Several teen agers waded through waistdeep water to res cue Alonzo Byers from his home at the east edge of Washta THE AREA deluged with rain is south of this small community in northwestern Iowa Washta better known for a 47thdegree below zero reading in the win ter of 1912 received 5 inches of rain One farmer reported 25 head of cattle missing after the storm let up about 2 am Wednesday Other farmers said they lost cattle to the raging floodwaters that swept over fields Young Zarr returning home from Sioux City where he had played with a dance band Tues day night got stalled on a coun try road near Washta He waded hrough water to his home and returned with his father in an other car to get his drums left in the automobile THEY HAD ust crossed a ridge over a creek when a vave of water pushed them rom the road The car was bund against bridge pilings on he Little Sioux River about a quarter of a mile away The car vindows were open Iowa Highway 31 was covered vith water two miles south of lere and again at the north edge f Washta Washtas Stratton Creek norm ally narrow enough to jump over ecame more than 1000 feet vide Water was up to 10 inches leep in some Washta homes orcing families to flee from their ieds to upper stories The Weather Bureau in Des loines in describing the storm aid there was nothing unusu the ceremonies stepped over andal about its appearance It shook his comrades hand iwas not large the forecaster At the end of his speech said but it sat over the area Khrushchev gave Titov a bear hug and kissed him on the cheek Mrs Titov stood proudly next to her husband The first Soviet cosmonaut Maj Yuri Gagarin stood nearby and shared in the plaudits Titov was flown to Moscow from Saratov a Volga River city near which his space ship was reported to have landed Monday after orbiting the earth 17i limes in 25 hours The route w a s banked with flowers and bright sunlight bathed the city Three portraits formed the central decoration at for a period of many hours through most of the night THE SEVEREST part of tht storm was so localized that Cor rectionville eight miles south west of here received only 29 inch of moisture Other parts of Iowa including Mason City had far lesser amounts Showers remain in the forecast through Thursday the Titov and Khrushchev Titov in the center Models of space ships and maps showing Titovs orbit were min gled among flags streamers and slogans displayed on buildings streetcars buses and throughout the city On the inside 2Minute Mystery Page 3 Editorials 4 Society News 5678 North Iowa News IS Clear Lake News 1819 Sports 2122 Latest Markets 32 Mason City News 3233 ca r s Comics 34 I Transit Schedule 38 West Bend youth killed Second accident at same spot is fatal this time WEST Fehr 22 died early Wednesday at a Fort miles southwest of here on Highway 44 DEM01VSTRATOK HUSTLED FROM bodypruarcl of Cubas Ernesto Che Guevara is AP Phoioiax iDodge hospital after against the United Slates by Guevara auto accident Tuesday at InterAmerican economic and social pm conference at Punta del Kstc Uruguay hustled off by security guards during The bodyguard was ejected for light fist fights that followed bitter attack ing with antiCastro demonstrators a onecan Hc was jllst s froin theX jfarm home of his mother Mrs al 1 Mima Fehr He was injured m a similar accident at the same Fchr who was alone in his car went off a sleep embank ment at the end of an Scurve spot i year ago Surviving arc his mother five brothers and a sister   

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