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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 22, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper for Hit MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 99 The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Prtw United Pita Interationa Full Uis Wires MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 22 1961 c Paper Consists of Two SectionsSection One No 29t US applies heat to Russ for agreement on successor to Dag Gen Clay returns to WBerlin Popular with the populace By EDWARD SHIELDS BERLIN UPDRetired Gen Lucius D Clay demonstrated American firmness in Berlin by flying in a helicopter to the Amer ican sector village of Steinstueck en isolated a mile deep in the Russian zone His helicopter was not chal lenged but Communist police were reported nervous and astound ed Villagers once they had got over their astonishment clapped and wept with joy and thrust armfuls of hastilygathered flow ers into his hands Clay arrived in Steinstuecken unheralded after hearing reports the Communist police were inter fering with traffic to the village despite its legal attachment to the American sector Villagers saw his flight as proof the United States will not let even the slight est of its rights go to the Com munists by default Two middleaged women were gathering crops vhenthe heli copter appeared out of the sky Mein Got one shouted and then she recognized Clay as thej hero of the 1948 Berlin airlift She embraced him with cries of thank God Residents scattered through the streets seeking village Mayor Friedrich Reichow 49 He was found in a field and mounted his bicycle and pedalled back to his office to greet Clay i two conferred on the Stein stuecken situation while most of the enclaves 48 families watched approvingly Clay then dropped into the hamlets only drugstore and toasted the proprietor who procured a bottle of 1951 Moselle wine for the occasion Clay signed the guest book which contains the signatures ofj several lord mayors and other West Berlin civic leaders He the first American to visit the enclave in 10 years Mayor Willy Brandt was turned back by Com munist police when he tried to go there Clay assured Mayor Reichow the US forces would continue to support Stcinstueckens isolated independence from the encircling Communists He shook hands then I all around waved at the crowd and then boarded his helicopter waving a Vforvictory signal as he flew back to Berlin without incident Steinstuecken is one of four tiny enclaves left over from 1920 when the borders of Berlin werej fixed and it was decided to con sider them part of the city be cause their owners lived in Ber lin After World War II the oc cupying powers based the sector borders on the 1920 map of Ber lin which officially put Stein stuecken under American control The American helicopter which made local history with the first landing in Steinsuecken was piloted by Capt James L Hast ings Oradell NJ The copilot was 1st Lt Thomas F Clark i Boston Mass Clay flew to the village after hearing reports the Communists were barring all West Berliners except doctors nurses and fire men from the enclave Village leaders told him their situation wasunpleasant but that the East Germans had not interfered with vital gas electricity and power supplies A US spokesman described Clays 50minute visit as one of his routine visits to all parts of the American sector KISHI ARRIVES NEW YORK WlFormer Jap anese Premier Nobusuke Kishi arrived Thursday for a twoweek visit in the United Slates U S Russ at odds Exhibits cancelled WASHINGTON W An important segment of the U S Soviet exchange program has collapsed at least temporarily amid ari exchange of accusations Scratched from the list of coming attractions were a Soviet medical exhibit scheduled for Oklahoma City Okla and an American transportation show slated for Moscow Both were to open Saturday In announcing their cancellation the Russians protested about what they called State Department interference The State Department said cancellation of the Moscow show was in response to Russian foot dragging which for years has made it moredifficult for American exchange projects in the Soviet Union The State Department had refused to allow the Russians to go ahead with the Oklahoma City exhibit so long as the Russians failed to comply with a requirement for a U S gov ernment okay on contracts with American firms setting up the Russian exhibitions Also the department said the Reds were imposing exbrbitant and unreasonable terms on the American exhibit in Moscow Esther blows herself out By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Hurricane Esther downgraded to a tropical storm headed on out to sea Friday Her center never touched the American mainland The Boston Weather Bureau reported she was traveling northUN chief executive Action at once asked by Rusk Gives Nikita weeks grace NEW YORK AP Secretary jof State Dean Rusk called on the United Nations General Assembly Friday to name an outstanding world leader to take over the powers of UN secretarygeneral emporarily In a statement prepared for a speech he is making here later Friday Rusk declared Events cannot permit drift and indecision in the leadership of the United Nations He declared that the 99nation General Assembly must move rapidly to fill the void created by the death Dag Hammar skjbld The move was obviously aimed at trying to stir up a powerful drive in the United Nations As sembly to override Soviet opposi tion to the appointment of a new easterly into the Atlantic with a center wind velocity of less than 70 miles per hour The Canadian maritime prov inces alerted for any big blow were told to expect winds of only 40 mph rainfall and a fair amount of Rusk and Soviet Foreign Mia ister Andrei Gromyko discussed the UN leadership crisis in a 4Vb hour meeting Thursday afternoon Most of their time however was spent on the Berlin crisis AP Photofax RUDE TO BE NUDE Kay Ellis 58 San Mateo Calif who was arrested on neighbors com plaints that she frequently ap It appeared following their talks that Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev must decide in a Esther inflicted much less or so Aether he is willing age than expected and no deaths directly attributable to the storm to negotiate on a Berlin compro rnise or intends to push his de jmands closer to the brink of war An alert along the entire Eastj On the UN front of the East ern Seaboard aided cold war Gromyko told Rusk he intends to insist on the 2man di rectorate to take over Hammar skjolds duties He is absolutely opposed to any kind of any tem porary arrangement Thus while the Berlin crisis carries a greater danger of war peared in the nude beside her Most of the damage was caused backyard pool is shown as she iby high winds which blew down appointment of appeared in court Mrs Ellis trees and power lines by high claims she has a perfect right j coastal tides and by flooding due to take sunbaths in the nude as to heavy rainfall long as she stays in the privacy of her own backyard She said I ATTENTION CANNIBALS her pool is surrounded by a j LONDON notice in a sixfoot fence and Id gladly iLondon store window says IKES A President D w i g h t Eisenhower is obviously pleased with the way the dice are roll ing during his turn at the table aboard the luxury liner Nieuw Amsterdam It was all for charity a benefit cruise sponsored by the American Cancer So Photofax ciety with winnings redeemable only in prizes donated by city merchants I just bet on some fellow holding the dice whom I had never seen before and by gosh I came up a Ike said Reports have it thatMrs Eisenhower did even better at the roulette table THUNDER STORMS sixfoot fence and Id gladly iLondon store window says tfe y N di presents a more make it higher if the city would pressure cookers Cook and critical Soviet Irtf to 10 DPrSOnS i 11 i 11 let me jto 10 persons N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES challenge to the United States and the leadership role it seeks to play in the United Nations It is unfortunately clear Rusk said that an immediate agreement cannot be expected on the naming of a permanent sec retarygeneral The United States therefore believes that action must be taken now to assure that thej functions of office of the secre tarygeneral are performed effec Green light to Congress WASHINGTON President Kennedy gave Congress a green light to quit for the year after Con ia v6CJtlou 01V sessional leadersassured him the lawmakers could jtively and fully while agreement reconvene in 24 hours In case of an international Us sought on the appointment of a crisis The leaders reaffirmed plans to adjourn the first session of the 87th Congress late Saturday North Iowa Mostly cloudy with occasional showers or thunder storms through Saturday Cool er Friday night and Saturday Lows Friday night 47 to 54 Highs Saturday 58 to 62 Iowa Mostly cloudy through Sat urday with scattered shower and thunderstorms southeas and east late Friday night and Saturday Low Friday night 40s northwest to the 60s southeast High Saturday near 60 north west to the 70s southeast Fur ther outlook for cloudy and cool Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average about 5 degrees Neutrality is aimin Will air Chinese issue UN votes discussion UNITED NATIONS NY AP explosive question of wheth er Red China should be admitted to the United Nations Friday was I assured a full assembly debate for the first time in UN history The United States and the So viet Union both voted to put it Ion the General Assemblys agen jda but with different goals Wash ington is trying to keep Peiping out of the world organization and Moscow wants to bring in its Chinese ally The balance of power in the voting may rest with the new Af rican nations some of whom are friendly toward Peiping The Chinese question was one of several issues that brought on sharp debate in the assemblys 21nation Steering Committee on Thursday Overriding bitter Soviet objec tions the committee vowed to set up a separate debate on a treaty to end nuclear tests The United States and Britain sponsors of the move hope this will spotlight the new round of tests started by he Soviet Union Soviet represen atives tried to have the question umped with the assemblys de Date on alldisarmament ques tions Also approvedfor debate was the question of UN aid to pre vent population growth The opic was suggested by Sweden and Denmark and opposed by a num ber of Roman Catholic countries who fear this will lead to a UN debate on birth control LEOPOLDVILLE Congo W The U N Congo commanc Friday adopted a posture of military neutrality after its bold stroke to put down Katangas secession by a show of strength ended in bloodshed and a ceasefire The ceasefire in the breakaway province caught Premier Cyrille Adoula in a squeeze that could create a cabinet crisis in the central government he set up with U N backing to unite the country Adoula 39 an antiCommunist nationalist was under strong pressure from leftists he succeeded in bringing under his wing 0 take up the struggle the U N in moving against Katanga Fresh shouts of defiance came from Gen Masako Norbert below normal east to 10 deMuke newly appointed military grees below normal vest chief of Katanga who declared Normal highs are 69 to 75 and normal lows 49 to 53 de grees Cooler early in the period and remaining rather cool throughout the period Rainfall will average 25 to in the Katangan capital of Elisabethville that the truce is only temporary Only sporadic outbursts of gunfire in Katanga broke the quiet in the first 24 hours of the 50 of an inch northwest to the outlook was about one inch southeast injfilled with uncertainty Minnesota Showers much cooler Highs Saturday around 50 GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Friday BBC censors program LONDON The British Broadcasting Corp censored a TV sketch about a princess who falls in love a photographer because it might have of fended Princess Margaret Thats what she did fell in love with photographer Antony Armstrong Jones and married him if Reports on Laos NEW DELHI Roving U S Ambassador W Averell Harriman told Indian Prime Minister Nehru modest but genuine progress was being made toward a solution of the Laos problem Harriman met for hours with Nehru to report on his visit to Laos and talks with leaders of the rival Laotian fac tions GM strike nears end DETROIT The United Auto Workers Union called in officers and shop committeemen from 24 local unions in an effort to bring quick settlement of attheplant strikeprovoking differences and get the worlds No 1 automaker back into highgear produc tion To send daughter to Russia NEWARK N J A Negro couple said they are sending their 14yearold daughter to study in Moscow because we think Negro young people can better schooling in Russia than here Mr and Mrs William Clark said the Jim Crow type of schools in this country deprive our children of a de cent learning new secretarygeneral An outstanding world leader should be named immediately to perform the functions of the of fice of the secretarygeneral for a temporary p iod during which efforts to elect a permanent sec retarygeneral should proceed in accordance with Article 97 of the charter Rain and cooler across Iowa Thundershowers which deyel Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation Sunrise Sunset Year Ago Maximum Minimum 79 51 54 10 72 57 oped ilowa in central and western Thursday night had up to 222 inches of Greenfield and 170 inches on Des Moines Friday Conrad reported 153 inches for the 24 hours ended early Friday and Wintersel 141 inch1 es Many points had a quarter of an inch The Weather Bureau said locally heavy thundershowers could be expected in Iowa dur ing the day and considerably cooler weather was on tap On the inside Editorials 4 Clear Lake News 6 Society Ntwt 89 Mason City Ntwi 1011 Markets 11 North Iowa News 12 Sports 1314 Comics 14 19 Highway blocked by derailment SIOUX RAPIDS cars of a Chicago and North Western freight train each carrying about 100000 pounds of crushed rock iwere derailed Friday at the west edge of Sioux Rapids blocking Highway 71 The derailment occurred as the 83car train composed of cars jof crushed rock and the rest empties was pulling out of the station here No one was injured The rock quarried at Gilmore City and Bradgate Iowa was des tined for Sioux City where it was to be used in a Missouri River channel stabilization project on the Nebraska side chief of U N operations in the Congo who ne gotiated the ceasefire with President Moise Tshombe of Katanga told newsmen Thurs iday Katangas secession is purely the internal affair of the Congolese Many Western and neutralist diplomats viewed the agreement ending eight days of bitter fight ing as an aboutface by the U N but Khiari We want to stop the sense less bloodshed He added This is the only iway that a settlement between iTshombe and the central govern ment can be obtained Without agreement the situation could once again deteriorate to ties There was no official reaction from the central government But one diplomat said Adoui las government is not going to like it About all it can achieve is a cabinet crisis between the Lumumbists and the moderi ates HOFFA AIDEINDICTED CHICAGO UPDThomas A Keegan business representative of James R Hoffas largest team ster union local has been indicted by a federal grand jury for illegal ly accepting from a truck ing company The United States plans to argue that the Red China issue is an important question which can be settled only by a twothirdsvote Such a decision can be obtained by a simple ma jority vote of the general as sembly Thus it would be more than enough to black a twothirds votefor a Soviet demand that the Peiping regime be given the seat now held by the Chinese Nationalists Russia Bulgaria Czechoslo vakia Ghana Denmark Niger and Liberia voted yes Costa Rica Nationalist China and the Philippines voted No and Ar gentina Italy Panama Cyprus France Greece Mexico The Netherlands Britain and the United States abstained SANE DATE19WJW This was a reference to the followers of the slain exPre mier Patrice Lumumba headed by rebel chief Antoine Gizenga who joined the unity regime Garner gives away another UVALDE Tex Former Vice President John N Garner has made a second gift to Uval des Southwest Texas Junior Col lege this one for Three weeks ago Garner gave the school In maklng the gift Wednesday Garner said Everything I have was ob tained from this area and I de cided to give it back where it came from Garner will bo 93 Nov 22 Photofax CHILDHOOD TRAGEDYFouryearold Bobby Boyd overcome by a kind of tragedy most realto small boys hides his face on the shoulder of his sis ter Joan 17 as their clog Goober lies dead on a Long Beach Calif street Goober had followed them on a downtown shopping tour and then wan dered unnoticed in front of a car   

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