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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 16, 1961, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper IdiUd for Hw VOL W Associated MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper that makes all North I owans neighbors tA fnu iBterntHOBi Pun Wlrei MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY AUGUST U 1961 re a Copy Paper of Four SecttonsSecUon NO Explorer XII travels with Iowas help NEW CAPE CANAVERAL Fla W new robot observer sped through far reaches of space Wednesday to find out just what kind of sailing for astronauts is created when the solar winds of radiation blow over earths mag netic fields Eleven hours after the launch ing of the Windmill scientific package from this missile test center Tuesday night officials of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration reported on the basis of radio signals the satellite experiment looks i good NASA scientists however re served final judgment That was because the elongated YORK DPI Multiperhaps well beyond 54000 miles An airline sues its No 1 man Howard Hughes in spotlight By WARREN MUGGS millionaire Howard Hughes isjout at the far take planning to battle a million suit filed him by his own company TransWorld Air so long that secondpass read ings would be late whether and the The space traveler named Ex plorer XII had been tracked Those would show lines in a twist of corporateorbit was achieved irony jshape of the path An aide said Hughes certain ly would fight the suit brought on charges That he tried to SIX observation stations TWA a captive airplane EXPLORER XII is the ninth for another Hughes companyjus Satellite to carry radiation and held up the airlines prog1detector equipment from the less in the competitive jet agejstate University of Iowa physics The suit appeared to be a department move by a group of banks and now in nations second largest airline to force Hughes out of the firm It called on the federal court to demand insurance companies control of TWA the Dr James Van Allen the uni versitys space scientist said Wednesday that as in the case of other instruments the seven detectors aboard Explorer XII are designed to give further and that Hughes interests rid themmore explicit details about the selves of TWA stock jradiation belts around the earth Van Allen discovered these ra HUGHESOWNS 78 per ctntdiation beits and they are of TWA stock but he does notjnarned for him have control of the airline He SIX iors OF THE SEVEN the same as are de tee th os c agreed last year to the demands of the Irving Trust Co and the Equitable Life Assurance Sojaboard satellite Injun ciety to put his stock in trustjlaunched less than two months Brandt in appeal for stiff political action in exchange for S165 million in credit TWA needed for jet planes which cost million each The creditors named two members of a threeman voting ago with its SUImade equip ment Van Allen will be awarded the Elliott Cresson medal in ceremonies Oct 18 the Frank trust to guide the company n Institute announced Wednes In addition to Hughes the day ln Philadelphia suit named Hughes Tool Co to The medal founded in 1848 by taliv owned by Hughes andi1211011 Bresson of Philadelphia which in turn actually holds15 awarded annually for discov title to the TWA stock or oygnal research which Raymond Holladay chief operadds to human knowledge ating officer of the Hughes Tool Co Holladay i s Hughes repre sentative on the threeman vot ing trust The other members Ernest R Breech chairman of TWAs board and Irving SI Olds recently forced through PORK FOR West Berlin storekeeper among the many mindful of the blockade of a num ber of years ago checks condition of sides of pork Since the blockade of West Berlin the city govern ment has maintained huge reserve stocks of food and fuel awarded annually for discov y or original research wh ids to human knowledge Cuban hero flees Castro MIAMI Generoso their own board of directors Campo Marquette 92yearold replacing Hughes board Cuban Negro hero of the war of independence from Spain has arMmnesota o w a Generally fair through Thursday with night lower 60s High Thursday in the upper 80s Outlook for Friday Little change Decker strike at end Occasional cloudiness Labor difficulties at the Jacob HUGHES 55 whose fortune is estimated at between million and SI billion has gained a reputation as an ironfisted business man and an eccentric He startled many persons by wearing tennis sneakers in plush places startled others with his movie The Outlaw starring rived here seeking political ex ile Campos said he could no longer live in the land he had helped to free from Spanish rule Campos received the rank of general in a civil war between liberal and conservative factions in 1916 He had earlier gained Jane Russell and raised mprefamc as an office in the eyebrows with an S18 million Marnbi army of Cuban inde World War II plywood plane ipcndence fighters wno battled the that still is in a California spaniards for years before tne hangar United States entered the picture The TWA suit charged that in the SpanishAmerican War in Hughes Tool Co which Hughes 1898 inherited from his Texas father began buying TWA stock 22 years ago to gain control and prevent the airline from buying planes from any other aircraft producers in reslrainUof trade While Hughes Tool did not make jets of its own the suit it forced TWA to hold 2f any new aircraft NEWBURGH NY while the tool companyexperi bombers and intercontinenlal bai hstic missiles theoretically were over 10 million square miles of THE SUIT said Tool North America Tuesday night in a sixhour test of electronic facili ties The test was staged by the North American Air Defense through Thursday with scat tered Thursday afternoon thun derstorms north and extreme west Highs Thursday 80s northeast 88 to 95 west and south Iowa Fiveday Forecast Temper atures will average near normal next Mon E Decker and Sons plant in Mason City were reported settled late Tuesday afternoon P J Thogerson general man ager of the plant said it would be back in the livestock market Wednesday morning as usual Discussions between manage ment and Local 38 of the United Packinghouse were Workers of Amer the By JOSEPH B FLEMING BERLIN Ber lin Mayor Willy Brandt called on President Kennedy Wed nesday for action instead of words on the current crisis Addressing a rally of 200000 West Berliners demonstrating against Communist East Ger man closing of the EastWest Berlin border Brandt said paper protests alone are not enough He said he had sent Kennedy a letter Wednesday saying Berlin does not expect words Berlin expects political ac tion He termed the letter very frank The White House in Washing ton declined comment on a letter from West Berlin Mayor Willy Brandt to Kennedy West German Ambassador Wilhelm Grewe said there is a certain disappointment in West Germany over the lack of immediate Allied action Grewe made the comment after emerging from a Berlin strategy meeting of officials in Washington from the State Department and the British French and West German em bassies Grewe said the four powers should speed up our work here West Germany facing na tional elections Sept 17 is un der much more political pres sure to do something now than are the other Allies A crowd packed in front of West Berlins city hall to hear Mayor Brandt plead for West Berliners to remain calm But at the same time referring to the Allied notes he said Paper protests alone are not enough The crowd made no attempt to conceal its dissatisfaction with what it considered slow and cautious action by the Western powers in the Berlin crisis A poster recalling the prewar appeasement of Adolf Hitler read Munich 1961 In the same vein a group of 20 German Bonn University students have sent President Kennedy an umbrella as a pro test against Western inaction in the Berlin situation An umbrella was the symbol of the late British Prime Min ister Sir Neville Chamberlains diplomacy A note accompany ing the umbrella labeled Ken nedy as the currently most deserving bearer of this sym bol of a fatal policy As Brandt spoke the Com BenGurion wins after losing seats By ERIC COTTGETREU TEL AVIV Israel Minister David BenGurions So cialist Mapai party appeared Wednesday to have lost three or four seats in Parliament but re mained the countrys dominant party It will be the mainstay of the next government BENGURION NOW 74 is ex pected to form another coalition Habinet made up of the Mapai the new Liberal party and pos sibly religious and leftwing La bor parties to give him a ma jority in the 120m ember Knes set Parliament Mapai losses were attributed as much to high taxes and the cost of living as to BenGurions Ight to shut out former Defense Minister Pinhas Lavon Ben Gurion resigned last January and forced the election as a re sult of the socalled Lavon Af SAME DATE1960231 munists rushed reinforce ments of the Peoples Army and Communist police to the EastWest city border in what appeared to be pre cautionary measures to meet any violence from West Ber liners Brandt addressed the crowd two miles from the East Ber lin border In 1956 angry West Berliners walked from the same spot to the border to stone Red police after a rally protesting Soviet action in crushing the Hungarian re volt The Communists put ar mored cars and mobile water cannon back in position near the Brandenburg Gate and at Potsdammer Platz areas from which they had been withdrawn earlier The crowd in front of city hall spilled over into the side streets leading to the main square West Berlin police estimated the crowd at more than 200000 They said thousands more were on their way to the rally but could not squeeze into the big square Traffic was jammed for miles around city hall Brandt appealed to the East German army Communist police and militiamen not to shoot at their own country men Brandt told the Commu nists Do not let them turn you into thugs Act like human beings and above all do not shoot at your own country men Brandt called on West Ger man Chancellor Konrad Ad enauer to visit Berlin again must come and see himself the situation in this city where German fate is decided Brandt said Bandits on British liner Queen Mary NEW YORK British liner Queen Mary has new equipment to help trav elers while away their and in many cases on Atlantic jaunts The vessel carries 2 slot machines Several crew members commented when the liner docked here Tuesday that the machines did a better busi ness than the bar But a pas senger chimed in I never saw anyone win Customs agents ordered onearm bandits padlocked while the Mary is in port here The machines are illegal in New York State ifair Enemy bombers over America in mock attack Thursday through day with jroly minor vere compietcd during changes Normal highs are fternoon Thc grievance comi HALF the votes from the lower 80s in the nor hjmj both was in ses Tuesdays nati0mvidc east to the mid 80s in the souihj r 1Mt CONSERVATION Sandell Fort Dodge the 1960 Iowa Queen of Conservation places a crown on the head of Jeanne Marie Kliegl Curlew who was named regional Queen of Conser vation at the North Iowa Fair Tuesday Miss Kliegl will represent 11 North Iowa counties at the state contest in Des Moines in September Angus steer winner By CHUCK WALK GlobeGazette Farm Editor A 920pound Angus steer owned and showed by Carolyn Duea 18 Thornton is grand champion of the baby beef show at the 1961 North Iowa Fair This is the sec ond time in four years Miss Duea has had the grand champion of the show She showed another Angus to that honor at the 1958 fair More than 250 persons crowded around the show ring Tuesday as J R Watson show judge se lected Miss Dueas steer as the grand champion Miss Duea is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Joe Duea and plans to enter Iowa State this fall She was graduated from Thornton High School this spring FOR THE SECOND straight year the reserve champion of the show was owned and showed by Jerry Zirbel 12 Clear Lake Like last year Jerry the son of Mr and Mrs Raymond Zirbel showed a Shorthorn to the reserve mented on a plane forced itself into the positidn of a middleman under a lease ar rangement for all TWA planes which include aircraft made by Boeing Convair and Lockheed TWA said the alleged conspir acy kept the airline from mak ing its own decisions and held Command NORAD to train per sonnel manning detection and de fense direction facilities along j seaward approaches to the United west Normal lows are from near 60 in the north to the mid 60s in the south GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Aug 16 Maximum 92 Minimum 61 Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum 72 Minimum 56 Two farmers near Storm Lake arrested sion from am until afternoon THE COMMITTEE settled dif ferences which resulted in a walk out of all union plant workers in midforenoon Monday The work ers came back on the job Tues day morning however pending ia report from the grievance com Imittce Management kept the plant out of the livestock market counted these were the totals so far and the likely distribution of knesset seats Mapai or 44 seats down 4 or 3 Liberals seats up 3 Herut extreme right nationalist 45455 16 seats down 1 National Relig ious Front seats down 1 Mapam leftist la bor seats up 1 Com Tuesday until there was ince the workers would again Wednesday The walkout Monday arose when workers were instructed to shovel salt in the caricing department and refused to per form the task management said A union spokesman said the disagreement was over assuri munists 4 seats up 1 report I STORM LAKE HPvTwo farmworkjng conditions back its progress TWA lost States and Canada million in the first quarter of 1961 under trustee control It made million last year TWA also charged that Hughes tried to force the airline into a merger with Northeast Airlines which Corp is a controlled company by Atlas in which Hughes owns 11 per cent of the stock TWA said Hughes pur pose was to bring more airplane purchases under his control At las and Northeast were named Some 6250 officers and men at about 800 installations took part in the exercise The merely entire for the operation was testing of elec tronic equipment and the men in charge of it No actual planes or missileswere involved NORAD headquarters is at Stewart Air Force Base here WAR DAYS TOKYO First Deputy ers w e r e arrested on larceny charges Tuesday after sheriffs coconspirators but not defendPremier Anastas I Mikoyaiv of four counties joined forces to search the farm of one The two are Don Sicvcrs of near Albert City in Pocahonlas County and Dale Wilson who lives northeast of Newell in Buena Vista County Sheriffs who searched Sievers farm said they found numerous items that had been stolen in the fourcounty area in the past six months SHOWDOWN BUENOS AIRES Argentina On the inside Editorials Page 17 Clear Lake News 1819 Sports 2122 North Iowa News 26 Latest Markets 30 Mason City News3031 Comics 34 SAVE PRIESTS SAIGON South Viet Nam Eighl Catholic priests and two civilians abducted last Friday by warned the Japanese Force Secretary RamonjViel Cong rebels in the Mekong TWA claimed damages of Japan will be draggedJAbrahim resigned early WcdncsDelta region southwest of Saigon ants million It asked treble damagcsjinto war if the Berlin issue day in an attempt to avert a plus compensatory damages of touches off a general conflagra million lion showdown between feuding offi cer factions have been rescued by government forces a spokesman said Wednes day Carpenter shot hold neighbor in Des Moines DES MOINES Sher man Phipps 62 a carpenter was shot fatally in the yard of his home late Tuesday and po1 lice were holding his nextdoor neighbor Oscar Wheels 64 Officers said they had not been able to pin down the cause of the shooting Phipps wife a wheel chair invalid told Policeman Edgar L Harlan that the men had been neighbors for 23 years and she knew of no trouble be tween them BOOSTER ARRIVES CAPE CANAVERAL The giant Saturn booster which arrived here by barge for a scheduled October launching was being removed from its earthly bindings Wednesday TOP BABY Duea Thornton and Jerry Zirbel Clear Lake hold the steers they showed to the grand and reserve grand champion ships respectively in the baby beef show at the North Iowa Fair Tuesday Miss Duea won the grand champion ship with an Angus and Zirbel won the reserve grand championship with A Shotthorn
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