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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 26, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Editid for the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 99 The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Associated Press United Press toternatlosa Ml Leas Wire MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY AUGUST 26 1961 7e a Paper Consists of Tm SectionsSection On No Leftist controls Brazils future RIO DE JANEIRO Brazil AP was plunged into a crisis by the sudden resignation of President Janio Quadros with touring leftist Vice President Joao Goulart flying home today to take over power Supporters of Goulart 43 threatened a general strike in the country already beset by financial praises of Mao Tzetung and ae complishments under the Peiping regime Goulart favors the same foreign policy for Brazil that brought Quadros under ent neutrality with friendship for all including the Communist bloc The army and police kept a troubles if any attempt is made hrm hold in the big country of to block him from taking overp5 million South Americas larg the presidency if he wants iest but factions were boiling up and an aide says he does The resignation of the unpre Goulart a wealthy rancher whojdictable Quadros Friday came heads Brazils labor party isiwith such suddenness it stunned flying from Singapore after tourthe nation and plunged it into a week short of seven turbulent l months in office Quadros de clared I am beatenby forces against me He accused forces inside and outside Brazil of fight ing him but did not identify them ProQuadros student demonstra tions eruptedFriday night in at least three cities A mob of 200 stonehurling attackers smashed and a front glass US Embassy in1 two windows door of the Brasilia the capital before milil f tiamen drove them off with tear gas and rubber clubs ing Red China where he sang the confusion over its future Quitting other students rioted in the i Communist stronghold of Recife j port city on the Atlantic In Rio de Janeiro troops and police fired shots into the air and threw tear gas bombs to break up stu dent demonstrators Quadros resignation automati ically dumped the presidency into JGoularts lap But there was some speculation that Quadros a shrewd politician with a flare for dramatics had quit merely to more public support than he had for his landslide election j victory last year Then he got 4300000 than any one in Brazilian history Since then his overtures to the Soviet Union and friendly ges tures toward Fidel Castros Cuba i have stirred a growing revolt against him Putting a halt to i hijacking Heavier doors being studied By ROBERT SERLING WASHINGTON UPI The Federal Aviation Agency FAA is holding discussions with air line officials to determine whether stronger cockpit doors would help prevent airplane hi jacking Most cockpit doors are paper thin intentionally lightweight and might be broken by a strong person even when locked The FAA and the airlines are trying to decide Whether heavier doors are feasible If so should their installation be made mandatory Whether their drawbacks out weigh their advantages An FAA spokesman empha sized that the most serious ob jection to heavier cockpit doors i n v o 1 ves undesirable weight Weight is a major enemy of aircraft performance partial larly in jets A door capable ofi withstanding the batteringram charge of a 250pound man thej orctically could force eliminaj tion of two or more passenger seats i Growing economic distress n Brazil had contributed to the mounting oposition with manyj of his supporters in the 1960 elecj tion campaign turning on him Alj though favoring a policy that in I of way to show friendship for Castros Cuba and drew closer to the Soviet Union i Quadros was about to resume diplomatic ties with the Soviet Union broken in 1947 and op posed any US attempts to put pressure on Cuba Quadros made his exit quietly and flew to his home city of Sao Paulo where he got his start as OPENING DOORS NO PROBLEM Billy OBrien 6 Arlington Minn cant use either hand since he fell from a tree several weeks ago and broke both SSi Photofax wrists But he gets around the house just fine since his parents removed the door knobs and padded the shafts with some tape to give his teeth a good grip 660 UN vote US abstains Quit Tunisia France told UNITED NATIONS NY The United States and Britainithat he United States would dot Diplomats believed the land a teacher and lawyer before enlTnc General Assembly made clear during the31 in its power to bring about slide vote and Tunisias warning annmvai irriH Woilldjan early solution of the disputejwould not go unheeded by lering politics overwhelming approval Friday wkl The crisis broke within a a that Snegotiate withdrawal of ake Part m anv from Tunisia censure of France at this cru after the Brazil of controversial visit t0i Cuban economic JOAO GOULART I Ernesto Guevara Quadros re ceived Guevara and decorated income tax suits facing film stars The United States Britain and other NATO powers ab honors him with one of Brazils highest stained when t h e vote came France boycotted the debate With a thumping vote of 66 to 0 the assembly approved the resolution sponsored by a 31 Match sets off blast ervce Qr Service DES MOINES Flame Asia nAfrican countries Communist Yugoslavia andi CALLED ON France to A HEAVY door also might LOS ANGELES In present crew evacuation problernal Revenue Service Fndayj lems in the event of a crash flled civil suils alleging msuf landine or could prevent pilots ficient payment of 1960 federal from entering the cabin to aidmc0me taxes Comefrom a match a man was back its forces from terri irTsuch emergencies dian Ernie Kovacs and his wife to lighl a cigarette caused seized during last months to i battle around Bizerte base and to negotiate The discussions are the latestEdith Adams for sing explosion and fire at a gas in a series of Billy Eckstine and his wife i tion here Friday A gasoline naval i j L dustry moves to solve the hiiCarole comedian Ken j transport was filling tanks at jacking menace These cluded Passage of laws imposin stiffcr penalties for hijacking Government line requests and nis wifeBette Earls Hubbell Avenue Shell sta 264 comedienne Marie Wilson tion when fumes were ignited by anci icr husband Robert Fali the match and exploded jarring lon accordionist Dick the building four inches off itsi approval of arContino and his wife Leigh SIfoundations Ralph McAllister to protect them music director Max SteinKansas City Mo whose match Leonett timetable for complete troop withdrawal from Tunisia against legal action in searchcr anc nis ing passengers suspected of rying concealed weapons AUTHORIZATION for the air line to provide sidearms to crew members trained in their use Consideration of a federal re quirement that all cockpit doors j S22touched off he blast wasj treated for shoulder burns N ews m a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES certain flights which at least one airline already has put into FAA officials concerned with the hijackinj problem thus far are convinced that stiffcr pen alties arc the most practical preventive measure LETS FACE it one point cd out you could put five pacli locks on a cockpit door weigh ing 500 pounds and some chari actcr could threaten a steward1 ess or passenger with a and get the flight deck crew to open up The Air Line Pilots Associa tion ALPA already has obJ jcctcd to issuance of to crew members because of thcj danger of a gun battle which might wound or kill pilots or passengers puncture pres surized cabins or knock out cabin a lack of oxygen hazard ALPA has suggested that a gundelecting device similar to those used in prisons might be the most effective means of curbing potential hijackers FAA experts concede this is a drastic move One more hijacking attempt however could result in drastic action be locked from the inside n Providing armed guards for rOIICe Chief to quit STORM LAKE Storm Lake which was vir tually left without a police force six officers resigned Aug 7 is looking for a police chief Perry Cederholm who had been involved in a controversy with the resigned policemen over the running of the department says hell resign effective Sept 1 Urgent meeting on Berlin WASHINGTON Secretary of State Dean Rusk met with the Western Big Three ambassadors in a suddenlyannounced meeting on Berlin About the same time the United States Britain and France delivered formal notes to Moscow warning the Reds against any tampering with the air corridors to West Berlin In Berlin the U S commandant pro tested Communist regulations limiting crossing points between East and West Berlin Fire at refinery LINDEN N J A spectacular fire touched off by a series of explosions has rocked the Standard Oil Co Refinery No casualties were reported Gambling probe continues WASHINGTON Sen John L McClellan D Avk added up the first weeks gambling testimony before his rackets subcommittee and said new tough laws arc necdedto get at the big wheels the brains of organized crime The hearings before McClellans Senate investigations subcommittee will resume Mon day North Iowa Mostly fair through Sunday Slightly warmer Low Saturday near 60 High Sun day in upper 80s Iowa Mostly fair through Sun day Few thunders t o r m s northwest Sunday afternoon Haze through Saturday night Warmer northeast Low Sati urday night 58 northeast to middle 60s southwest High Sunday around 90 Outlook for Monday Partly cloudy j and mild i cial stage in the Berlin show down US Ambassador Adlai E Stevenson said after the vote that his delegation had ab stained because it feared that the resolution might retard ne gotiations between France and Tunisia through negotiations THE BALLOTING came in the wake of a threat by Tu nisia to use force unless France pulls back troops occupying Bi zerte city The warning de livered to the assembly by Tu nisian Ambassador Mongi Slim was given added weight by the Soviet Unions earlier pledge to Tunisia in its struggle with Fr Stevenson repeated his pledge France rance which had angered the powerful AsianAfrican group throughJjie assembly boycott and an earlier call by the Security Council to pull back from Bizerte Few delegates expected France to take direct cogniz ance of t h e assembly action but many felt the Paris govern ment might act quietly to ease the tension in Tunisia and even make some token withdrawals Eclipse and Echo provide sky circus Rural countryside along roads was a vantage point for many Mason Cityans who viewed Friday nights tworing circus in the sky Shortly after the lunar eclipse had reached its zenith at the balloon type satel lite Echo I came into view rather high in the northwest sky Although its course had been listed in advance notices as northwest to southwest the starlike satellite seemed to be following a somewhat waver ing path slightly to the east of south A haze which later de veloped into a fog through this area precluded detection of Echo at the horizon and its disappearance came when it was still rather high in the southern sky The American Museum Hayden Planetarium in New York explained that the cop pery color of the moon was caused when sunlight passing through the air above the earth was refracted by the dense layer of atmosphere just above the earths surface 76500 get call to duty Buildup is speeded WASHINGTON W The De fense Department in the biggest mobilization since the Korean War is ordering 76500 reserv ists and National Guardsmen to active duty Most of the men are being or dered to report Oct 1 The callup is part of the Ken nedy administrations military buildup to be ready to deal with the Berlin situation and other world trouble spots Secretary of Defense Robert S McNamara announced the call to active duty at a news conference late Friday ARMY AND AIR Force Na tional Guard and reserve units that were alerted two weeks ago to possible duty are now being called up he said Navy men needed to man ships being added to the fleet also are being or dered to report The orders are going out to 311 units of the three services 210 of them Army 58 33 Air Force plus miscellaneous outfits The callup involves 46500 Army Reservists and National Guardsmen 23600 Air Force men and 6400 Navy Reservists McNamara said the orders do not specify how long the men will be held on active duty but he noted that the authorization resolution passed by Congress placed a oneyear limit on most recalls THE SECRETARY said the Defense Department hopes to release many of those being called as voluntary enlistments and draft inductions provide needed manpower In reply to newsmens ques tions McNamara said that if any of the activated units are sent overseas dependents would not be allowed to go along Orders to the recalled units began going kept flowing out Friday and Saturday Com data 55 GlobeGazette weather up to 8 am Maximum Minimum Sunrise Sunset On the inside Clear Lake News Page 3 Church Features 45 Mason City News 67 Latest Markets 7 Society News 8 Sports 910 Editorials Page 11 Comics 12 Business News 1314 Transit Schedule 14 North Iowa News 14 VOLCANO ERUPTS CATANIA Sicily Volcanic Ml Etna is bubbling again with rumbling explosions Friday com ing at the rato of 10 a minute from the northeastern sublcrminal crater of the 10740foot volcano manding officers will get the first word and then notify indi No lowans WASHINGTON Iowa units were listed in the num ber of 76500 Reservists and National Guardsmen called to active duty Friday And two Iowa Air Guard units which had expected a call were told they would not be summoned to federal service at this time Removed from the alert list were the 174th Squadron of Sioux City a part of the 127th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing and the 133rd Air Con trol and Warning Flight of Fort Dodge idual reservists It will take up to three weeks for individuals to get their personal orders When the beefingup is com pleted the Army will have 1 008000 in uniformthe Navy 657000 the Air Force 888227 and the Marine Corps 190000 NO MARINE Reservists being called McNamara said because the corps is getting an adequate number of volunteers to build its strength With the direction to 76500 men to get ready for service there was a reprieve for others The Defense Department de cided that about a score of Army and Air Force units that had been alerted for possible duty now are not needed It in formed those units they were off the list Earlier in the day the Navy announced its shipbuilding pro gram for the current fiscal year which ends June 30 Dur ing that time 52 new ships will be under construction and 22 others will be undergoing con version through modernization Some of these ships will not be ready for the sea for months and even years EARTH CASTS ITS SHADOW OVER THE MOON SAME DATE1WO3M Dittfc   

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