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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 7, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper for CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 99 The newspaper that makes all North I o wans AwocUted fitu ud United International full Leue Wirei MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY OCTOBER 7 WI neighbors 7e Paper Consists of Two Ont No 311 Science US still is king Japs how will agree By M G HAYBUYER New York Herald Tribune News Service majority of the world believes the United States trails the Soviet Union in science It doesnt but how can this be pointed out Dr Jerome B Deisner the Presidents science adviser found one answer recently After trying to persuade some Japan ese science writers that their view was wrong he asked them to name just one technological outgrowth of Soviet science which the Japanese were using today They couldnt A blow was struck in the Sen ate for equality in federal treatj ment of sports It was done moreover by kicking the game of golf around in order to roast the Kennedy feedgrain pro gram And the blowstriker was nongolfing sen ator It all came about because a golf club in Nebraska took 14 acres of its land out of corn production and turned them into fairways Thus the club quali fied for payments under the emergency feed grain program designed to reduce the towering corn and in fact it already has collected Sen Kenneth Keating RNY informing his colleagues of this said he was confident the citi zens of Blair Neb would wel come such federal help to pro mote outdoor recreation But he said if the grain program were continued next year Con gress ought to write into the bill provisions that offier sports receive equal treatment Not once but twice President Kennedy felt compelled to treat personally with Rep Otto Pass man DLa the kingpin in CLOSEUP OP SMASHED TRUCK ENGINE BOXCARS PILED UP NEAR OSAGE Crews work through night to clear tracks after smashup OSAGE Crews workingjwas carried 400 feet from thejrpunded up in a nearby corn on the aid bill lhe Ulinois Centra Reds soften threats Could ease tensions BERLIN AP An apparentibricht all pointedly avoided ref switch from the hard to the soft sell by Communist leaders boost ed hopes Saturday for an easing of tension and possible postpone erence to a signing this year of the Communist blocs planned peace treaty with East Germany The phrase this year so often ment of an EastWest showdown I mentioned by Red chieftans in on Berlin connection with the treaty plans Statements by Soviet Premier Khrushchev Deputy Premier An astas I Mikoyan and East Ger man Communist chief WalterUl ernment also avoided belligerent phrases Western sources speculated that the change in tactics of the time element may have been more than coincidental in view of So Khrushchev had repeatedly warned that a Soviet treaty with East Germany would be signed before the year is out Ulbricht acknowledged that the Western Powers which joined with the Soviet Union to defeat was shelved in favor of vagueiviet Foreign Minister Andrei A Nazj Germany did have a cer terminoloffv All thrpf sfafpmpnte ifirnmvkns mfifHns with terminology All three statements JGromykos meetings with Presi issued on the 12th anniversary ofident Kennedy and Secretary of East Germanys Communist Dean Rusk on Berlin A cold winter ahead Baers Almanac says SHOWERS LANCASTER Pa tflSquir rels will wear mink coats rab bits will wrap up in beaver stoles and human beings had best simply find a cozy corner and park there for the winters duration On that lugubrious chord John Baers 1962 agricultural almanac made its bow Saturday In all the 137 years history of this famed Pennsylvania Dutch standby few weather forecasts have been more numbing Shivering at their own capac ity the publishers say We can no longer call a spade a spade Iowa Increasing cloudiness Sat urday night and Sunday Lows Saturday night in 40s northwest to 50s southeast Turning colder with occasional rain northwest Sunday Weve got to call it a snow GlobeGazette weather data up shovel and brother will it ever10 8 am Saturday 34 dead in plane crash TOULOUSE Fance UP Wreckage of a British DCS Dakota airliner that carried 34 persons was found in the Pyrenees Moun tains Saturday and a search plane radioed that there were no survi vors police at Prades announced Ground parties made their way slowly to the scene in the area of Canigou Peak at an altitude ofjmatch one of old that was so about 6000 feet coid a candle flame froze solid The search plane made its iden get a workout this winter If Americans particularly in East and Midwest thought last winter was tough theyd better beware of whats coming says the almanac for oldfashioned winter will set new styles in snow cold and blows this sea son Trouble with all this however is that you have to separate the grim from the gay Baers like most people Who swear by it has a playful side earthy ex travagant expansive One min ute it is solemnly oracular the next it is off on an outrageous spoof Maximum Minimum Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 80 51 69 32 For example it you believe this would have winter will highly secret both were in the White House Both were described by one informed as on the unpleasant side tracks here of damage resulting from the collision of the freigh train Hot Shot and a cattle truck Friday afternoon The truck driven by John Col Watch for word that Premier lier 38 St Paul and owned by Khrushchev will postpone thejSchanno Livestock Co St Paul Moscow Communist party Conwas going south on the black gress now set for midOctober top road south of Osage At the intersection of Highway 14 and the Illinois Central tracks the cab of the truck was struck broadside The trailer contain ing 32 head of cattle was sheared off and carried 180 feet down the rightofway The cab No one here quite knows the reason but the speculation is this Khrushchev wants to sign his peace treaty with East Ger many before the party confer ence and clip the wings of the Chinese and Stalinist Reds Commerce Secretary Luther Hodges is a speechmaker who likes to start things off with a chuckle The other day he dis ciosed the secret of how safe combinations at Commerce are dreamed up They conform with the measurements of the office secretaries 362438 In wake of the9 upheaval m Syria British sources are bet ting that UAR President Nas ser will soon purge his entire officer corps Nasser is one per son who should know that re volts in the Middle East begin in army barracks It wasnt so long ago 1952 that he as a colonel in the Egyptial Army helped oust King Farouk still in the cab re ceived only minor bruises He was taken to the Mitchell Coun ty Memorial Hospital but re leased after an examination He said it was the first acci dent he had had in more than 21 years of truck driving He told Mitchell County Sheriff Mervel Angell he did not see the approaching train Of the 49 ears in the train 15 were derailed and damaged More than 400 feet of track was torn up Seven of the cattleJElectric Plant where it hit and were killed outright or had be destroyed The others wer The six crew members of the train which carried corn coa cellulose and perishables were J J Anderson Waterloo en gineer John Harbach Cedar Falls conductor D L Wood Waterloo fireman M C Lin den Cedar Falls R J Kruse and R C Case both of Water loo brakemen They were shalv en up but not injured in the accident The cab of the truck left the track at the Davidson Gas and ification in a lowlevel flight ove the wreckage the police said and reported there was no sign o fe Weather is the area was report ed bad A spokesman forDerby Avia ion owners of the missing plane said there were 31 passengers anc crew members aboard The pas sengers were flying to France to begin a bus tour of the Costa Brava in Spain after landing Use sidewinders to shoot down pilotless plane VIRGINIA BEACH Va UPI Navy jets brought down a re connaissance plane with Side winder missiles over the Atlantic Friday to prevent the abandoned N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Czech diplomat ousted United States has ordered a Czechoslovakia diplomat to leave this country in reprisal for the ouster of an American envoy from Prague The State Department said Jaroslav Skacil third secretary of the Czech embassy here was told he was no longer acceptable to the U S govern ment Strike is shortlived WASHINGTON Navigators protesting new automatic equipment stageel a shortlived strike against Trans World Airlines It lasted about an The Communist newspapers of I hour The strike was called off when the company Western Europe all share one agreed to stop testing the navigating device intended for use on overseas flights major complaint They dont ge the Moscow line on big news events in time to meet dead lines The word going around is that the big Red dailies like LHumanite in Paris and the Daily Worker in London wil soon jointly demand through theproper channels that they be given the Party line in time for the first edition f Ghana President K w a m e Nkrumah is finding the Russians far from generous or open handedpartners For example Ghana Airways decided to cut down on its foreign personnel and shift to Russian aircraft Now it is saddled with four times as many Russians at high er pay rales than the British personnel were getting Another example Ghanaian officials re cently received a huge bill from the Soviets for airlifting Ghana troops to the service which the Royal Air Force had offered free of charge Reds recognize Syria LONDON Damascus Radio reported that Rus sia and Bulgaria have recognized the new Syrian rev olutionary government if Bast Germans celebrate East German Communist gov ernment celebrated its 12th anniversary and brought out thousands of listless people to hear patriotic speeches JFtf congratulates Brandt NEW YORK Mayor Willy Brandt of West Berlin said President Kennedy had telephoned him to congratulate him on a speech in which he said the walls separating East and West Berlin must come down 21 horses die in fire SARATOGA SPRINGS N Y Twentyone harness horses were destroyed when fire flashed through a stable at the Saratoga raceway broke off a gas line It was feared an explosion and fire might occur but the line was shut off without further dam age Osage firemen roped off the area near the broken line until danger was past on a Pennsylvania Dutchmans kitchen table What did he do He threw the flame now an icicle into the woodshed Next day the yarn goes the flame thawed setting the shed afire STORM TOLL CALCUTTA India Utt More than 100 persons were feared dllcd by a monsoon that turned 1500 square miles of Indias Bihar State into a vast lake according to police reports reaching here Saturday aircraft from crashing into the mainland The F8U Crusader was de stroyed 20 miles off the North larolina coast 65 minutes after1 ts pilot parachuted to safety overl entress Va A naval spokesman said the Two tank cars of the electricplane was helpless and was On the inside Editorials Page 4 Clear Lake News5 Church Features 67 Society News 8 The Surveyor 9 Mason City News1011 Latest Markets 11 Sports 1314 North Iowa News 17 Comics18 Business News 1920 Transit Schedule 20 HARVESTER TALKS CHICAGO UP Negotiations between the United Auto Work ers Union and the International Harvester Co were in recess Saturday with no definite time set for the next session of con tract talks The contract for 32000 Harvester workers in six states expired last Saturday But the union has agreed to keep workers on the job indefi nitely while contract talks go on tain interest in Berlin The East German leader re ferred to the treaty only as a task thatcan no longer be post poned Mikoyan demanded a conclusion in the most immedi ate future Khrushchev in a message from Moscow formally stamped his ap proval on the Berlin barricades He called the erection of a wall dividing the city a considerable contribution to the cause of peace Informed officials in Washing tonconsider the EastWest dis pute over Berlin still extremely daugrous At the same time hope persists that a solution short of a military showdown will be found to end the crisis Kennedy and the Soviet foreign minister discussed the situation in the Oval Room of the White House late Friday and wound up their talks shortly after 7 oclock without issuing any kind of for mal statement As he climed into his limousine to return to the Soviet Embassy on nearby 16th Street Gromyko told newsmen the conversation had been Secretary of State Dean Rusk who sat in on the discussion merely called it interesting Kennedy was understood to have told Gromyko in calm but very emphatic terms that the UnitedStates and its Western Al lies are fully determined to defend West Berlin against Com munist pressures to preserve their right to maintain troops in the city and to keep open the supply lines from West Germany Gromyko told reporters that the conversation had touched sever al important matters bearing on USSoviet relations and added Of course as far as the position of the Soviet government is con cerned we stressed first of all he importance of the question of the peace treaty with Germany U S considers sending troops to S Viet Nam company were struck and en 100 feet down the siding on which they were standing The train which was headed for Waterloo and Chicago from Albert Lea was uncoupled and the undamaged section returned to Albert Lea to be rerouted Estimates of the damage were reported more than to the train and about to the truck to prevent it from toward the mainland where it possibly could have crashed in a populous area Lt Cmdr Charles Price Cecil Field Fla pilot of the photo reconnaissance plane said he abandoned it when the cockpit caught fire He said he bailed out after pointing the plane toward the ocean Two F8U Crusader jets fired heatseeking sidewinder missiles WASHINGTON Unit el States is considering sending US troops to help South Viet Jam fight off Communist at acks expected to grow stronger vhen the rainy season ends later is month US Officials consider South Viet Nam the main target of the Communist drive in Southeast Asia If the government of Presi dent Ngo Dinh Diem should fall they say Thailand Malaya Bur ma and Cambodia would be dan gerously weakened High State Department sources revealed privately Friday that sending troops to South Viet Nam was under consideration Press officer Joseph Reap while not specifically confirming May have spotted lost Iowa plane NATCHITOCHES La UPI set out Saturday ti ook over what was believed to be the wreckage of a light plane missing since Sunday with two Iowa men aboard A Civil Air Patrol plane re ported late Friday it spotted vhat looked like plane wreck age about 10 miles south of Nat chitoches which is in westcen ral Louisiana The plane had been missing ince Sunday on a flight from led Oak Iowa to Jasper Texas Aboard were two lowans one World War II flying ace and he other a prominent member f the Flying Farmers They were John Carder 41 Red Oak nd Chet Yeager 50 the father f four and an Emerson farmer FATAL FALL WATERLOO John Nic crt 71 was fatally injured Fri ay when a 20foot wooden beam ailing from a scaffold at a con truction project hit him on the ead into the plane and it exploded this did not rule jt out in the air Demands probe of deaths of monkeys LONDON Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Saturday demanded investigation into heavy casualties in a flight o monkeys from Kenya to Britain The society claimed about 100 out of the 395 monkeys packed in crates aboard a pressurizec British United Airways DCGC aircraft died of suffocation The monkeys were for in produc ng polio vaccine in Britain the United States and West Ger many SAME DATI19M4M In answer to questions Reapj said In view of the serious situ ation there due to increasing Communist attacks against gov ernment defense units we arc considering various means of as sisting the Viet Nam governmen against Communist efforts to take over the country We are hopeful that measures to strengthen Viet Narns defens es now being taken jointly by the Viet Nam government and the United States will prove effec tive Troops from other countries in the Southeast Asia Treaty Organ ization may join in bolstering South Viet Nams defenses Plans for the protection of Viet Nams proWestern government completes at a recentmeeting of SEATO military advisors at Bang kok Thailand were reported to include use of SEATO forces if necessary For several weeks US sources iavc been predicting a drive by North Viet Nam to grab off all1 1CL or part of Us proWest neighbor I of southern Laos as a base of operations U S They say the best time for such military advisers m South Viet Nam have stepped up move will be in November andj training of civil guards Many diplomats regard the RED END RUN With the rainy season drawing to a close in Southeast Asia the North Viet Nam Communist guerrillas are making end run attacks arrow on South Viet Nam using their occupa Dcccmber after the rainy sea son ends South Viet Nam situation as graver than that in Laos a good deal of which is i l   

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