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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 30, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North lowai Daily Newspaper Edittd for tfw BE VOL Thg newspaper that makes all North lowans Prut and United fnu rmj UIM MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY AUGUST 30 1961 neighbors t To a Copy Paper of Four SectlonfSeeUon No 27t House ballot quashes Kennedy school bill Industry If I takes to 0 P the cave For economy and defense By JANE BARKEEP WASHINGTON Twentieth century industry is going back to the cave The new caverns bear no rela tion to the old dark and dank holes in which early man manu factured Stone Age tools Equip ped with air conditioning day lightsimulating electricity and such amenities as softdrink dis pensers they promise an effi cient though claustrophobic way of work Underground facilities for mil itary production and civilian de fense were developed by mostj of the nations involved in World War II says the National Geo graphic Society Germany on the verge of defeat had almost finished a giant jet plane factory under a pine forest near Munich Now new war threats pressure for space and high maintenance costs have accelerated a world wide movement Neutral Sweden which led even the combatants in blasting out mountain hideaways has created since the war the most elaborate system of subterran ean structures known to exist The huge granite burrows hold private industries with thousands of workmen as well as military installations bomb shelters nuc learpower stations and public SHOWERS Goulart is OKd just as figurehead RIO DE JANEIRO Brazil AP three military minister today agreed to accept Joao Gou lart as a figurehead presiden utility centers Some of the emptywith a prime minister to be ap North Iowa Partlycloudy Wed nesday night and Thursday Lows Wednesday night 6570 Highs Thursday 9095 Iowa Partly cloudy with a thunderstorms likely extrem northwest Wednesday night o Thursday Lows Wednesda night 6570 Highs Thursda 9095 Fiveday iowa Temperature will average5 degrees abov normal Wednesday nigh through next Monday Norma highs are in the upper 70 northeast to lower 80s south west Normal lows are from the mid 50s extreme north t lower 60s south Warm at be of period but turn ing cooler over the weekend Rainfall will average 25 to 5 of an inch falling in the nort Thursday and over the stat Saturday and Sunday Minnesota S o me cloudiness Cooler Highs Thursday in 80s GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Wednesday Maximum Minimum Sunrise Sunset 94 63 space designed for emergencies is now being leased for parking auto exhibits and other peace time purposes Swedens underground manufac turers produce aircraft engineer ing equipment and precision pointed by Congress until 1963 a government source said The decision by the three top military chiefs was reached here and a government source said i already has been transmitted to Brasilia the inland capital tools They explain that they have If acceptable to Congress and chosen their quarters for econ omy and efficiency as well as protection With modern drilling equipment Swedish engineers have found that carving a plant from rock costs little more sometimes less than building a surface factory There is no upkeep for exterior paint ing repairs and window wash ing and winterfuel savings are considerable because of the deep interiors constant temperature of 50 to 60 degrees Cool controlled atmosphere and lack of vibration from outside disturbance are prime advantages in handling delicate tools and ma terials Workers in Swedens man made caves say they enjoy the purified dehumidified air To counter that closedin feeling painted windows show scenes of green fields and white clouds afloat in blue skies Certain key industries are un der cover in Norway Germany France and Britain Power sta tions deep in mountains are com mon now from India to Switzer land Scattered reports hint that Russia Red China and their sat ellites have many subterranean factory installations As early as 1948 an American arms firm drained a Massachus etts swamp and built a huge plant with specially equipped under ground chambers In an emer gency machines can be dropped below to carry on the work Lately businessmen have hol lowed out hillsides here and there in the United States or adapted mines quarries and caves to fac tory and warehouse use Storage companies have turned bedrock labyrinths into bombproof vaults for microfilm records historic documents and art treasures Oil and gas companies store output in deep rockhewn tanks In the Kansas City area a number of manufacturers of as sorted goods have either drilled caves for themselves or rented space prepared by enterprising underground realtors One limestone mine owner has converted his tunneled properly into a gigantic frozenfood ware house i government political leaders in Brasilia it might end the serious j crisis which has been rocking the country since Janio Quadros re signed as president last Friday Previously the three military leaders had opposed having Gou lart even as a figurehead presi dent Goulart broke off a threeday wait in Paris earlier Wednesday and left by air for New York ap parently en route to Brazil Bell now goes unanswered He has the coffee pot SAN JOSE Calif W Mrs Stanley Hardman 35 was granted a divorce after complaining that her police sergeant husband bawled her out if she didnt bring him coffee right away when he rang a bell Alyce Hardman said the sergeant kept the bell at the head of his bed Judge W W Jaoka awarded her the family house a month alimony and S50 amonth eachfor three children Sgt Hardman was awarded one frying pan one saucepan the coffee pot 74 rail cars leave tracks Fourteen cars of a 41car Chicago and North Western Railway train enroute to Chicago tore up 2000 feet of track when they were derailed about eight miles southeast of Mason City early Wednes day A number of the cars were demolished accord ing to F S Jenkins trainmaster at Mason City He said 13 of the derailed cars were loaded and one empty They were part of a train of 38 loaded and 3 empty cars The cars contained soybeans cement canned born oats and feed One wrecker arrived from Marshalltown in mid forenoon and another was coming from Clinton Jenkins said to clear the roadway Until this is done year loan and grant program for he said there seems to be no evidence to explain the derailment An examination of the track gave no clue he said The derailment occurred about am short ly after the train had left Mason City The accident scene is about five miles east of Highway 65 No one was injured Last hope for plan this year GOPDemo bloc wins FROM OtTR WIRE SERVICES A lastditch drive to rescue President Ken nedys school construction pro gram collapsed Wednesday when the House summarily de feated a compromise bill with out even debating it By a vote of 242169 the House killed a package authorizing million to begin a public school construction program The action killed the plan for this session The vote also stymied for the time being two other programs in the billion compromise offer These covered aid for im pacted school districts and the national defense education acl which provides loans for stu dents These two programs were ex pected to win approval how ever when they are offeree later as separate legislation Wednesdays action had no ef fect on another administration backed bill a billion five i college construction That will be offered later Like the im pacted areas and student loan measures it is expected to pass A coalition of Republicans and southern Democrats dealt the death blow to the construction compromise Six Republicans voted with 163 Democrats to consider the bill Voting to kill it were 160 Republicans and 82 Democrats Another hobble on Kennedys supporters was their decision to use the Calendar Wednesday device This procedure while al lowing a hostile rules committee to be bypassed in calling a bill to the House floor contains dif ficulties that discourage all but the most determined lawmakers For Quiet at Atlanta schools 9 Negroes integrated ALPINE RESCUE OPERATION High above an Alpine glacier near Chamonix France an engineer top photo works oncables atop a car stymied when a jet plane accidentally severed the line At bottom a passenger descends from one of the cable cars which had been left dangling Six were killed and dozens injured 6 vacationers killed 81 removed from Alps cable cars CHAMONIX France W Rescuers Wednesday completed ATLANTA AP Nine Negro pupils strolled into classes in pre viously white Atlanta schools to day and watchful police nipped quickly any hint of trouble Thus the traditional school seg regation barriers in force in Georgia and Atlanta for 100 years reluctantly perhaps but quietly Total public school segregation now remains in only three Deep South states Ala bama Mississippi and South Car olina At the first indication of any trouble at the four high schools being desegregated under federal court orders police dispersed small knots of spectators and whisked to police headquarters several persons who gave them arguments An hour before classes began police at Murphy High School con fiscated two signs urging a boy cott of the schools A man post ing a boycott sign in a yard near by was ordered to remove it or be taken into custody The sign came down City officials and police had made elaborate plans to prevent disorder and the opening day started quietly A long campaign by civic groups city officials ed ucators and religious leaders for a peaceful transition paved the way for the change School integration was the sig nal for merchants to desegregate downtown lunch counters under an agreement reached months ago The Atlanta school system has 69000 white pupils and 48000 Ne groes Segregation remained in effect at 13 white high schools AP Photofax five Negro high schools 73 white elementary schools and 41 Negro elementary schools A man who identifiedhimself as Bill Cody of Arlington Va was taken into custody at Grady High School 10 minutes after the Negro pupils enteredthe building Cody old a police officer I want to picket and I amgoing to picket Within minutes after two Negro girls entered Murphy High police moved back small groups of young white men who approached he school from both sides Three who Were reluctant to move back were taken to police headquarters when they refused to give their names Atlanta Mayor William Harts field said he was extremely proud of the manner in which Atlanta integrated its schools posal of the pending legislation at one sitting In the past this has meant Calendar Wednesday extends until 2 or 3 am on Thursday In the house where leaders try to avoid meeting past sundown this is a major obstacle emoval of 81 sightseers who spent hours of terror in tiny are showing the world a Cars stalled high above an Alpine glacier by a freak accidentlproud southern city obeying the that killed six others Weve had an awful time and were glad its over was the comment of a Briton numbed by a night of little leg room and freezing cold on the slopes of Mont Blanc Helicopters ferried the last survivors back to the warmth of their Chamonix hotels Some of them had spent nearly 20 hours suspended hundreds of feet the air wound cable while workers slowly i the broken traction SOYBEANS ON GROUND Soybeans are piled along the Chicago and North Western tracks south of Mason City after 14 cars at the head of the freight remained on the tracks On the inside Editorials Page 4 Pm Tuesday by a French air Comics Society News Sports Clear Lake News Latest Markets TO VISIT SUDAN LONDON Brezhnev The cable was snapped at Soviet president will make an of ficial visit to the Sudan Repub lic beginning Nov 14 11121314 2122 2627 r32 Mason City News 3233 North Iowa News 35 RAIL CARS RIPPED FROM WHEELS IN DERAILMENT laws of the land but we are not going to let down our guard the mayor said ACTOR INJURED MUNICH Germany man movie actor Horst Buch holz seriously injured in a road accident was operated on Wed nesday and doctors said after ward his condition was satis factory considering the circum stances N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES i force jet combat plane flying low through the valley between Mont Blanc and Aiguille du Midi Most of the Passengers seemed too fatigued by the experience to have much to say other than that they were glad to get back alive A German family of four and an Italian man and his son were killed when their cabins fell hun dreds of feet after the traction cable was snapped They were the only casualties among the 87 persons on the ca bleway Raymond Jacquet prefect of the Haute Savoie Department said it was a miracle more people were not killed This testifies to the effective ness of the safety measures on this spectacular cable railway inking France with Italy across the highest Alpine range he said More than 100 Alpine guides French army mountain troops po ice and cableway workers coop era ted v in the rescue operation The lift runs along a threeinch hick traction cable strung for more than three miles from the Aiguille du Midi to the French taliari border CHARGES DROPPED WASHINGTON UP The gov ernment dropped charges Wed nesday brought against Richard AMack of Florida a former 0 r Federal Communications Com Flffch Amendment artist by Chairman John McClcJ mission member in connection an DArk Louis Efkeman invoked the 1 nth vith award of television Channel ment repeatedly when asked about the operation of 0 in Miami Yanks freed by Reds BERLIN East German police held up a TJ S Army captain and three enlisted men inside the East Berlin sector and then turned them loose shortly after an Americanshow of force on the border When the first report of the incident was heard three American tanks and three armored personnel car riers loaded with troops moved up directly on the eastwest Berlin border Rhodesia apologizes SALISBURY Rhodesia Officials of the Rho desiari Federation and Northern Rhodesia apologized for the punch in theface a white settler gave TJ S Assistant Secretary of State G Mennen Williams at Lusaka airport Tuesday x Tension in Congo LEOPOLDVILLE Congo Gizengist gen darmes arrested the U N representative at Stanley ville and released him only when Ethiopian troops threatened to useforce to free him Accused gambler balks WASHINGTON A Louisville Ky witness balked at answering questions at the Senates gam bling investigation and was labelled a confirmed the Louisville Daily Sports News which he publishes   

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