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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 29, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edittd for Hw Homt MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 99 The newspaper that makes all North I o wans neighbors Aisocttted Presi end Onlted International Full Wires MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 29 1961 7c a Paper Consists o Two SectionsSectioo One No Military moves to continue Exports to Reds slashed By JANE GOODTIME New York Herald News Service WASHINGTON Watch for more and more administration moves to beefup the armed forces More troops will go over seas and more reserves will be alerted The measures have been approved by the President and will be announced stepby step While they havent been spelled out publicly the budget cost is covered by the additional defense funds Congress voted last month The administration is quietly tightening up on exports to the Soviet bloc Theres been no public disclosure and no new policy statement But fewer con troversial items are being li censed for shipment to the Reds are being turned down Its a subtle shift Officials ex plain that doubts that were be ing resolved in favor of grant ing of license requests now are being resolved the other in favor of rejecting the appli cations Syrians defy Nasser Arab Republic folds PARACHUTISTS HELD At AP Photofax Latakia Syrian rebels reportedly seized the bulk of 200 Egyptian parachutists that landed at that Mediterraneanport The SyrianEgyptian split could mean the end of the United Arab Republic BEIRUT Lebanon APISyr ias army rebels installed a new civilian government Friday and declared their independence of Cairo The regime of tyranny has gone forever declared Damascus radio Accusing President Gamal Ab del Nasser of the United Arab Re public of turning Syria into a pris on the broadcast said We do not oppose Arab unity We dispute your claim to Arab leadership Nasser announced from Cairo that he had recalled two army regiments air units and the en tire Egyptian navy sent to sup press the revolt He said he did this to avoid bloodshed A group of 120 parachutists dropped before the orders reached commandos were captured but I the broadcasts may have been dif ferent versions of one action Addressing a rally of 100000 in Cairo Nasser denounced the Syr ian revolt as a separatist reac tionary imperialist movement them Thursday night were orland indicated he still was refus dered to surrender he said beiing to compromise with the rebels cause the Port of Latakia where they were dropped already had been captured by the rebels One Syrian broadcast claimed 200 Egyptian paratroopers were wiped out and another said 120 We lost some battles he said but he predicted the Syrian peo ple will not be conquered by reaction The government of King Hus sein long a foe of Nasser quickly recognized the new revolutionary government of Syria and wished it success Jordans action was announced in Amman immediately after a might follow Husseins lead par ticularly Premier Abdel Karira Kassem of Iraq Dr Mamoun Kuzbari 48 a poli tician with a long record in Syrian Cabinet meeting presided over by I cabinets before the 1958 merger King Hussein There was speculation in Lon don that Jordan might follow up her gesture of political support by sending aid to the Syrian rebels jwith Egypt took over as head of the new Syrian government with the blessings of the revolutionary command which staged the upris ing at dawn Thursday unless the conflict with Nasser is I He announced the formation of quickly settled There also was a Cabinet of technicians engi speculation that other Eastern opponents of Plain smokes for thugs TV scripts watched sponsors tell FCC FEOM OUK WISE SERVICES NEW YORK An American Telephone and Telegraph Co vice president told a Federal Communications Commis s i o n learing Friday that singer Rosemary Clooney dropped out of Fridays Bell Telephone Hour television program be cause she refused to accept song changes the company suggested James W Cook said proposed the song changes be cause it felt they were out of place in view of Miss Clooneys marital difficulties with actor cr often a winter visitor in Palm Springs Calif will soon become a fullfledged winter resident Gen Eisenhower tells friends that he and Mrs Eisen hower are going to build a home of their own in the desert The General thus could be on hand in California to lend help to Richard M Nixon now that the former vice president has de cided to enter the Republican gubernatorial primary President Kennedy must send his foreign trade program rec ommendations to Congress in January and recent soundings point to a prickly Congressional reaction The clobbering the ad ministration took on the foreign aid program is one straw in the wind A number of influential lawmakers are telling White House emissaries that they deeply object to giving the ad ministration the broader tariff cutting authority that Presiden tial advisers consider necessary Keeping radioactivity below ground in our upcoming nuclear tests will cost the American tax payer extra money although how much more is difficult to calculate One underground blast costs to million for digging the tunnel putting in instru ments to record the explosions pbwer and paying people to do the job according to the Atomic Energy Commission About 250 construction and support per sonnel plus 50 scientists and engineers are involved in each shot director Jose Ferrer The popu lar singer recently announced plans to sue Ferrer for di vorce Cook described the song Miss Clooney was scheduled to sing as torch songs When our staff reviewed the script in the Clooney show in the light of Miss Clooneys mar ital difficulties we decided to change the script Cook told the FCC hearings He said Miss Clooney refused to accept the changes and asked to be re lieved Cook who supervises produc N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Farewell to Dag UPPSALA Sweden The world community said farewell to Dag Hammarskjold at his funeral Friday In the wan sunshine thousands assembled in this old universitycathedral city Dag Hammar skjolds home town Leading the mourners was King Gustaf VI Adolf and Queen Louise tion of the Telephone Hour for said companyproposed script changes were a rare occurrence Cook was the first of four More Cuban executions HAVANA Premier Fidel Castro told the na tion his firing squads have only begun their work jtJJing such as Hours later two more Castro foes were executed and offends good taste He noted the regime demanded death for still another in Santi corporate executives who testi fied in the FCC hearing into radio and television broadcast ing practices A group of TV advertising executives previously testified their companies censor pro grams they sponsor sometimes because of taste and sometimes to protect their products John W Burgard vice presi dent in charge of advertising for the Brown and Williamson To bacco Corp said his company put into the recorda statemen of policy oa the use of tobacco on its TV shows Villains or questionable c h a r a c t e r s should use plain unidentified cigarettes the statement said But cigarettes used by meritor ous characters should be Brown and Williamson brands which include Raleigh and Kools Gail Smith ad director for General Motors Corp told FCC director James Cunningham that 1M also had set up a code for ts TV shows prohibiting any ago Hands off policy WASHINGTON The United States held to a strict hands off policy toward the anti Nasser Syrian revolt while closely watching for new developments US authorities reported no new evidence at this time that Moscow was directing the revolt When the Reds were quick to step in to take advantage of Middle Eastern turmoil Mars to be target United States plans to The timeconsuming but little send a 400pound spacecraft to the vicinity of Mars known chores of the President were graphically illustrated this week In global crises up to lus ears Mr Kennedy had to drop everything to scan and sign a 1200w o r d proclamation for trade appeasement of Sweden Why In 1957 President Eisen hower ended the US tariff con cession on Swedishmade spring clothespins The Swedes pro tested this cost them import rev enue and also violated a trade that once GM deleted a scene in a show depicting a drunk driving a car which as an auto mobile manufacturer his firm could not tolerate T M Hunt advertising gen eral manager of the Aluminum Corp of America said his firm once changed a scene in which a molester was placed in an auto trailer Hunt pointing out that his firm supplied aluminum to trailer makers said the scene was changed to a shack Edward Kletter vice president AP Photofax THERES OUR DADDY Erie Pa rying surface water Campbell had been Morning News reporter Bill Campbell is greeted by his children as he emerges in the tube for 24 hours as a test to see if it could be used as a fallout shelter through manhole from the Millereek for Erie residents Tube a huge tunnel under the city car Girls put to work widening no mans land in Berlin BERLIN Germany ut girls and women to work Fri ay at turning sections of Berlins astWest border into a no mans and West Berliners call it the leath strip The women joined thousands of aborers clearing ground and raz and director of advertising for ng houses under the supervision the J B Williams Co shavingiof armed guards along the 25mile c c about the middle of next vear It is hoped that the and lotion makers said sector border The UQ nnn nnn ins firm once objected to a women suggested clothespin tariff But it did al low tariff concession on otherj Swedish imports to make up the clothespin revenue loss Under US law only the President1 could act in this case That Mercury spaceship with spacecraft could be sent within 35000 to 40000 miles of Venus which is about 26 million miles from the earth if Atomic data exchanged progress on U SSoviet talks on the construction of a giant accelerator that would cost million was reported by Glenn Sea borg who heads the U S delegation to the fifth gen eral conference of the International Atomic Energy here He also told that the exchange of infor on nuclear research work between the U S Russia was in full swing On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 67 Former beauty queen files paternity suit LOS ANGELES UPI Clear Lake News 7 ierry Lynn Huntingdon whose around the world trip through space in excellent shape but it didnt quite fare as well with the Navy Returned to Cape Canaveral after being fished out of the sea by a de stroyer it was missing two bolts and one of the many shingles that make up its outer skinj Best theory to explain their dis appearance Souvenir hunters among the sailors SALLY BLOWS OUT HONG KONG Ufi Tropical storm Sally after losing much of its original punch swept north of this British Colony Friday without causing much damage manpowei script in the Tightrope series shortage in East Berlin in which 60 per cent of thej Female workers were sighted characters were killed ialong the Teltow Canal opposite the American zone A number of fugitives have escaped to freedom by swimming the waterway Communist workers are striving to turn such areas in suburban sections of the border into zones bereft of cover to give Red guards a clear view of escapees The rest of the border has long been marked by a similar dead zone Despite the effort to seal the border ever tighter East Ger mans continued to filter through to the West Another 20 persons Latest Markets 9 ia starlets role in movies CubGazette 10 paternity suit against Holly Sports 11 wood lawyer Arthur Crovvley North Iowa News 13 Crowley 36 legal counsel for Comics 17 many film stars denied he Transit Schedule 18 jfalhered the actresss unborn Rollout Section child Miss Huntingdon 21 asked reasonable support andj medical payments She said the baby is due in April TV Guide SAME Sports Bulletin NEW YORK mCasey Sttn gel 71 Friday agreed to a oneyear contract to manage the New York Mets of the Na tional League which will start operation in 1962 AP Photofax PUPPING CHAMPS Mr and Mrs than any other team The individual George Woodman Washington D C winner was Arthur Gerdes 57 Flint puffed their way to the national man Mich who kept 33 grams of tobacco andwife championship in the U S going for 1 hour 4 minutes and 17 sec pipe smoking tournament at Richmond onds Va They kept their pipes lit longer were reported to have made it across by midnight Elsewhere in East Germany thousands of Communist agents were reported working to tighten security along the common border with West Germany A private intelligence agency Information Bureau West saidj residents of the 835mile border have been told to report the pres ence of anyone who slips into the threemilewide border zone with out official permission The Communist regime contin ued its effort to depict escapees as victims forced or luredout of East Germany The East German Foreign Min istry accused the United States of organized kidnaping in evacuating seven refugees from the Stein stuecken enclave by US Army helicopter Wednesday Steinstuecken is a hamlet lying a mile from West Berlin Sur rounded by East German terri tory it is part of West Berlin The hamlet has become a symbol of Western rights in Berlin and was visited by Gen Lucius D Clay the day after he took up his duties as President Kennedys special representative in Berlin Honor grod indicted on murder charge DES MOINES UPI Ron ald M Stump a college honor graduate in psychology Thurs day was indicted on an open charge of murder by the Polk county grand jury Stump 21 Kcokuk has denied shooting Michael Daly 21 Des Moines Daly was fatally wounded when hit with three bullets fired from Middle neers and lawyers with only one Nasser other known politicianr among Zamaria a rightist and former finance minister in the 1955 government Safari Assali Kuzbari is best known as a sup porter of former dictator Adib Shishekly but also served in a ater leftist regime He took the posts of foreign affairs and de ense as well as premier Adnan a kinsman of former President Shukri Ku watly who took the front role in he merger with named interior minister Damascus radio proclaiming the new government assailed Nas ser and accused him of seeking to subordinate all Arabs in your empire Spelling outthe aims of the rev olution the broadcast said The Syrian army wants to restore to he Syrian people their freedom of speech and assembly to bring back their freedom which you choked off with your secret police and intelligence agents Corwith boy dies after fall CORWITH Mike Foley 19 Corwith was fatally injured Friday when he fell about 35 eet from a scaffold at a con struction project at Atlantic Foley was an employe of the United Engineering Co Fort Dodge which is doing the con struction work for the Walnut Grove Products Co at Atlantic Foley was the son of Mr and Mrs Harry Foley His father also is employed by the Fort Dodge firm but has been working at a project at Elwood The accident happened at am and he died a half hour later Authorities said he landed on his head and should ers The victim also is survived by two brothers Dennis in Ger many and Bud at home two sisters Mrs Gene Pat Boy sen Grand Island Neb and Mary Mason City Funeral arrangements are in complete CLOUDY North Iowa Cloudy through Sat urday with showers or thunder storms Gusty southerly winds and warmer Friday night Turn ing colder west portion Satur day Lows Friday night in 50s Highs Saturday 55 to 65 Iowa Mostly cloudy through Sat urday with scattered showers or thunderstorms Friday night and over east and central portions Saturday Warmer south and east Friday night Turning cold er northwest Friday night and west and central Saturday Low Friday night40s northwest to near 60 southeast High Satur day near 50 northwest tp near 70 southeast Further outlook Scattered showers and cool Sun day Minnesota Cloudy and windy colder Highs Saturday in 40s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Friday Maximum Minimum 61 34 POETISS DIES NEW YORK UPHHilda Doo close range the night of June Oilittle 75 noted American He was killed in front of hisjpoetess who won critical a home here as he and Leanna Jean Skid tcly 21 DCS Moincs climbed out of a car claim under the nomdcplume II D died Thursday in Zu rich   

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