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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 28, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 99 The newspaper that makes all North lowans Associated Press tnd United Press International full Wires MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY AUGUST 28 1961 neighbors 7o a Paper Consists of Two No 37T Brazils quandary USor Russ line One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO ilSOUi pm Sunday KAVLC Oecorab 12101 pm Sun WOl Ames 640 am Tuesday WTAD Quincy 33U pm Thurs WS01 Iowa City 9101 am Sat Our one most frustrating assignment Army wont allow Goulart to return North Iowa Mostly fair through Tuesday Lows Monday night RIO DE JANEIRO Brazil UP Ranieri Mazzilli mid 60s Highs Tuesday temporuy president of Brazil told Congress Monday the nations three military ministers have refused to Iowa Mostly fair through Tues permit Vice President Joao Goulart to return to Brazil day Lows Monday night mj Goulart under the constitution would succeed to the presi the 60s Highs Tuesday 8488cjency left vacant by the resignation of President Janio Quadros Further outlookLittle changeilast Friday if he to Brazil e nescay Mazzilli told Congress the ministers of war navy and air FiveDay Iowa Temperaturesforce had manifested an absolute opinion that the return of will average near normal would be bad for security reasons only minor daily changes Led by Gen Odylio Denys the war minister military lead Tuesday through Saturday ers were reported steadfastly opposing any takeover of the gov Normal highs are in the upper eminent by Vice President Joao Goulart the leftist who con 70s extreme north to lower SOsjstitutionally has the right to succeed Quadros south Normal lows are in the 50s Rainfall will average 15 to 25 of an inch in scattered showers or thunderstorms mostly Friday and Saturday I pROM THE VERY DAY so called civilian defense camej into being Ive had the idea that the man assigned to headjMinnesota Partly cloudy show it up had the most frustrating ers Highs Tuesday in 80s I job in our broad land The j Presidents task is awesomely1 Globe Gazette weather data difficult but it does have to 8 am Monday Alcohol proves too much for exstar Russell Goulart en route from a visit to Red China and other countries waited in Paris for word to fly home and assume the presidency Police and troops patrolled stra tegic points throughout the coun try apparently determined to prevent any disorder But there occasional satisfactions and re wards Not so this civil defense assignment Its one long suc cession of bumps and discour agements Maximum Minimum Precipitation Sunrise Sunset 87 64 HOLLYWOOD Wi Actress Gail Russell 36 who a year ago was little open display of force Censorship was on imposed Tm GlobeGazette Weather Data One of these directors Ivei come to know through my 8 am Sunday tivities in the Red Cross Anj Maximum other Ive known because before j Minimum moving into that spot he wasj the governor of my state Both of them knew what they were in for as the saying goes bej fore they took over Both smiled trace jclared she had put drinking be Ihind her died with an empty j vodka bottle by her side The brunette beauty was found dead on the floor of her West tions Labor unions in Rio de Janeiro and in Sao Paulo the nations sec ond city declared a general strike in support of Goulart but so far 97 62 iLos Angeles apartment late interruption in business has jurday by two women neighborsmaterialized Labor leaders at There were other empty liquorithe coffee port of Santos an ARMY OFFICERS ARRESTED IN BRAZIL Po liceman holds a sub machine gun as Brazilian army officers in civilian uniform are taken into custody Photofax in Rio de Janeiro Group was arrested at apartment of Marshal Henrique Teixeira Lott former war min ister who also was detained by military authorities Virtual state of siege U N pressure on Katanga Editorials bottles throughout her fourjnounced plans to walk out tonight president Moise Tshombe room Sl30amonth quarters Marshal Henrique Teixeira Lottyielded before a show of force Police said Miss Russellsiformer war minister five armyjby the UN Congo command ELISABETHVILLE Katanga Katanga and its mineral riches Page 4 death apparently was from na and li Society News 6789 jtural causes They said she had 7 Ibeen hospitalized in recent years 13 News Quiz Sports North Iowa News Latest Markets Mason City News 1415 Comics 16 wasnt fooled They had a rough time of it Now President Kennedy prompted by the worsening Ber lin situation is planning for a new start in the nations civil defense program It calls for a News 18 tripling of federal expenditures Transit Schedule 20 in the next fiscal year One aimj is to convince the Kremlin that Americans are ready to risk nuclear war if necessary protect our right of access toi West Berlin j Congress always divided inj the past on this question closed ranks and on Aug 10 granted the full 5207600000 asked by the administration for a start on a national fallout shelter proi gram This was in addition to the 386550000 previously ap proved This last sum repre sented a cut of some 2 mil lion which had been asked by the President before Berlin be came hot I 1112 iwith a serious liver ailment An 18yearold coed at Santa 14 Monica High School discovery by a Paramount talent scout election by exhibitors and cri colonels and a major were dej Monday and announced he will back under the control of Leopoldville Armored cars patrolled the streets UN detachments seized sever al key points in President Moise Tshombes capital took over the airport to assure the safe arrival of reinforcements and launched a tional election was picked up atjthese officers largely Belgian roundup of white officers chiefly Belgian in the Katanga army tained by military authorities Another major was being sought release all white officers serving in the armv of secessionist Marshal Lott Goularts running Katanga province mate who was defeated for presil Plans were launched immedi dent by Quadros at the last najately for peaceful evacuation of his apartment after issuing an exFrench and British tics in 1947 as Star of Tomorjplosive statement in which hei Indian and Swedish troops ofj There were some minor clashes row stardom in pictures like declared Gen Denys planneditlie United Nations had put I and a scattering of gunshots but Goularts arrest if he returned under v i r t u a Ija UN representative said nobody Lady in the Dark and Our Hearts Were Young and Gay tended to remove all 500 foreign officers from Katangas army and added The operation is going ahead smoothly without opposition and with the full cooperation of the Katanga gendarmerie and po lice He reiterated previous de nials that the UN intended to disarm the entire Katanga army The massive show of strength came only 48hours after Adoula whose Leopoldville regime is sup ported by the United Nations pro mineral industrial and agricultur al resources while the Congo was a Belgian colony and still hava millions of dollars invested in its resources Indian Brig commander of Singappa Raja the UN task four years marriage to starlto abide by the constitution The Guy were somejfive army colonels and a major were picked up at Letts place Brazil a sprawling giant of 67 Brazil Lott called on the peoplejstate of siege and arrestedwas hit SAME of her lifes highlights The low points were a series of drunken driving arrests inj million people was thrown into the 1950s In 1957 she lost herjturmoil suddenly Friday when drivers license when her rewjQuadros resigned after seven months in office He declared he white convertible mashed dozens of the officers in a move apparently aimed to swing In Leopoldville a UN spokes man said the operation was in claimed determination to rid this copperrich province of all foreign civilian financial and military in terests His chief targets are Bel gians who developed Katangas force reported the arrest before noon of 68 of the 512 Europeans serving the Katanga regime in various capacities About 300 of the white men on the Katanga payrolls are officers of the army had overwhelmed by oppon through the front of a coffee I entSj Brazilian and foreign of his shop and hurt a janitor FRANK B ELLIS new direc tor of Office of Civil Defense Mobilization favors a fiveyear federalstatclocal shclj ter program to cost up to S20 billion Half would be supplied i N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES City rocked by blast STERLING 111 More than six butane gas strict economic and independent foreign policies His foreign policies had included talks on restoring foreign rela tions with the Soviet Union and Strike against one of car makers possible by Friday DETROIT AP Armed with a profitsharing settlement at American Motors and with strike authorization the United Auto refusal to take sides against Fi del Castro of Cuba aPPlied promptlv suspended negotiations pressure Monday on Gen Under the new threeyear American Motors agreement pro duction workers get 10 per cent of profits after the first 10 cent is set aside for stockholdersial Productivity increase is worked in a short workweek high supplemental unemployment benefits and increased pensions Additionally a sevencent annu tanks exploded with a blast which rocked the city Readers were still conferring on restoring relations with MotorsFord and Chrysler for Workers also will get a five cow when Quadros resigned Military and civilian politicall new contracts Unless something farriecl forwfrd is the costof i living formula that carries wages French British Italian and South African The UN troops put Godefrois Munongo Katangas strong man and minister of interior under house arrest by surrounding his residence but Tshombe drove through the UN cordon later and left with Munongo Tshombe es corted him to his own residence Tshombe to wild acclaim toured part of the city and asked all to work and remain calm Moving swiftly at 5 am Swed ish and Indian forces occupied the telephone exchange Elisabeth ville airport and other key points UN spokesman Michel Tombe laine said his organization acted to preserve internal security after Congo President Joseph Kasavu bu called on it to get rid of some gives bv r uu uaucu on u LU get uu m I cent bonus in AMG stock half jup or down with the governmenfsiSOO foreign officers serving in the Thursday midnight when current run out s rn by Washington President Ken anc out windows of a school building six blocks jlhe capital of Brasilia this President Walter P Reu nedy himself hasnt as yet put his blessing on that sweeping program There arc now there always have been too many imponderables For onej away No one was killed or seriously injured No flood damage aid ther says there will be a strike DES MOINES Federal officials have turned jthe unpredictable Quadros was ing in an effort to resolve the con troversy over the possible rise of 42yearold Goulart to have rolled over Moscow Rado charged thallwhe majorities to back up thing assurancejhalj down QQV Erbes request for disaster funds for a Muscatine County area hit by a flash flood shelters suitable now would be effective against future nuclear weaponry forced to quit because of the crude intervention by the Unit ed States in Brazils affairs June 30 Federal officials said the request was denied jRobert Woodwaid u S assis Ld IJUdi t L HJL ecu One of the shifts in emphasis because the damage to public utilities was not Ol jtanl secretary of state for Latinjwffl on be idcr the Kennedy civil defense sufficient magnitude American affairs termed the Soj0ut the A under concept is in the direction of a heavier voice for the military Atlanta readies desegregation Opinion in Congress lias been J J sharply divided on this in the ATLANTA Ga Atlanta leaders are completjvery frjcndiy and cooperative past In the decade between ing plans for Georgias first public school desegrega 1950 and i960 civil defense cosi tion at the high school level Wednesday cautiously Sfiin million about a fourth of optimistic that law and order will prevail Prepara thc amount asked Jjy tions iave macje to prevent trouble when 10 Ne oTOes start attending classes with more than 4000 white pupils at four widely separated city high schools demands with walkouts if neces sary Reuther said there still is time for agreement if there is good both He pointed AMCUAW pact was put viet charge absurd and said together between Tuesday and pay for any hours fewer than 40consumer price index I secessionist provinces army Our relations with the Quad and Eisenhower Despite this it has been referred to by at least one U S Senator as a billion dollar boondoggie Algerians change leadership TUNIS Tunisia The new Algerian rebel lead ership asserted it will bolster military action against French rule in Algeria but at the same time reaf DEFENSE SECRETARY Rob ert S McNamara told a Senate appropriations sub committee following a Kennedy broadcast to the nation on July 25 that hci favored using half of the addi fjrmef that a negotiated solution to the rebellion is tional million available for p m Thg statemetlt Sundays an cniJjinrr inrl inirLlTirf Af N ros administration have been friendly and cooperat Antihijacking bill to Kennedy WASHINGTON ili Congress sent to President Kennedy Mon day a bill imposing penalties up to death for airplane hijacking The Senate and House had but the Senate agreed to accept ithe House bill Saturday Reuther says the new Ameri can Motors agreement ought to lay the basis for economic settlej ment with other automakers but if any of the Big Three knows a better way to answer pressing humanneeds hes willing to fol low that route The Big Three have said they have no intention of following a profit sharing path They insist production workers have shared in industry progress years through wage that have brought the average wage to hourly and added over the increases Sen A S Mike Monroney Djfringe benefits worth 35 to the seeking out and marking of existing buildings which could be employed for mass shelter use Another million would go to stock the shelters with a five day austerity food ration and a twoweek water supply The sug gested shelters incidentally would be in basements and hall ways of large office industrial nouncement of a shuffle in the rebel provisional gov ernment shelving moderate Premier Ferhat Abbas 62 and replacing him with Ben Youssef ben Khedda 41 Ben Khedda virtually unknown outside rebel cir cles is farther to the left than Abbas and favors a tougher approach in the war against the French E Germans demand voice BERLIN East German Communists have dc apartment a voice in any EastWest talks on Germany and said the subject of such talks could only be the Special ventilation improved Continued on Page 2 conclusion of a peace treaty Mont told his colleagues we do not know when another hi jacking may occur He said he therefore was reluctant to wait for a SenateHouse conference to thrash out a compromise NAVY HERO DIES ROCHESTKR N H George 0 Roper 59 retired Navy commander who won the Medal of Honor for heroism at Tarawa during World War JI died Sunday cents hourly They have offered wage raising packages that the union has rejected UAW Vice President Norman Matthews raised a strike threat Sunday against Chrysler a mon eyloser in this years first half He said he would ask the UAWs International Executive Board Tuesday for authority to call a Chrysler walkout at midnight Thursday if no agreement is reached by that time Photofax DOCTORS CHECK FASTING SIKH mands for a separate Sikh state in the LEADER Doctors examine Master Indian Punjab Sikh negotiators have Tara Singh 76yearold Sikh leader at made repeated visits to New Delhi in Amritsar India on 12th day of his attempts to reach agreement with In fast unto death in support of his de dian Prime Minister Nehru   

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