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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 12, 1961, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors VOL 100 Associated Press and United International Full Lease MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY OCTOBER 12 1961 7o a Paper Consists of Two No 1 Mark time for Red Congress Mock air attack on Saturday Was planned for months By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau 48 contig uous states and Alaska will be under mock air attack on Oper ation Sky Shield II beginning at 11 am Iowa Time Satur day and lasting for 12 hours Sky Shield II is a test of con tinental air defense readiness As the Roman numerals indi cate it is a rerun of an exer cise held a little over a year ago There are two important dif ferences Sky Shield I cleared the air of all civilian traffic for only six hours The test on Sat urday will last twice that long And though grounding civil planes in Sky Shield I was en tirely voluntary the Federal 1960 Aviation Agency issued a spe cial civil air regulation prohib iting light by nonparticipating aircraft during this years exer cise Plans for Sky Shield II have been worked out for months The test has nothing to do with a war scare It has no direct connection with the Berlin crisis It has no civil defense aspect What it will be is a vast sim ulated attack upon vital mili tary installations missile bases and big cities by our own Stra Diplomatic stalemate on Berlin Next move up to Russ DEAD AT 34 AP Photofax The widow of former Rep Usher Burdick RND died of pneumonia an autopsy performed at Washington revealed Thurs day Her body was found in her apartment by her 8year old son Mrs Burdick 34 cre ated a sensation in 1958 when she married the 78yearold Burdick after serving as his secretary Three months later they separated and he died in Dramatic rally by Mr Sam FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON The Western I Allies have agreed to put off plans for a Western Big Four foreign ministers meeting it was officially disclosed Thursday A State Department spokesman said such a meeting is not planned at the moment Instead the United States I Britain France and West Ger many will consult in their ambas sadorial group in Washington headed by US Undersecretary of State Roy Kohler The other Western powers are represented by their ambassadors in Washing ton The spokesman said there would be a pause in major de cisions until after the Moscow Communist party congress open ing Oct 17 The Allies were awaiting So viet Premier Khrushchevs speech at the party congress which they expected would deal with Berlin and any possible EastWest nego tiations for the settlement of the conflict Earlier it had been expected the Western Big Four foreign ministers would meet in a fresh effort to align their policy and strategy for dealing with Russia in the Berlin crisis It was now anticipated a new round of EastWest consulta tions will begin in Moscow im Military moves Taylor to Viet Nam Photolax DALLAS APi Speaker Sam tesic Air Command with thejRayburn ill with incurable can help of 15 or more British bombcer and suffering from pneurno ers The target area includes the entire continent north of Mexico The defender will bejWecinesdar nia appeared improved Thursday after being unconscious much of HEADING 40 MILES UP The X15 experimental rocket plane is cuddled under the wing left of a piloted the Xl5 at bullet speed to its new altitude huge B52 bomber as it was carried aloft at the start record for winged craft White landed the rocket of its record 40mile high flight After its release by the mother ship Maj Bob White of the Air Force ship at Edwards Air Force Base Calif 11 minutes later Indian camel driver swears Wont look at Yankee woman KARACHI Pakistan AP Bashir Ahmad has sworn on the Koran before his wife and four children that he will not look at another woman during his visit to the United States But the 44yearold camel cart driver is having trouble convinc ing other jealous members of his clan that he wont go astray on the trip he is making at the in vitation of Vice President Lyndon B Johnson And his good fortune has aroused considerable jealousy among his associates Armed police have been posted outside Bashirs hut since he re ported receiving death threats Bashir is all set to leave by plane Saturday but his relatives think he will come home with the big head They fear that in the foreign land he will eat pork and ham and drink intoxicating liquor forbidden to Moslems They threaten to ostracize him on his return Bashirs three sons and his daughter are excited about his not his wife Shes afraid he will marry a a white woman What will happen to my four children and who will support me and feed them if he brings a white wife with him she moaned So Bashir took an oath that he would remain faithful and he promised his children he would bring back a cap and a pair of shoes for each of them as a present Johnson noticed the grayhaired camel cart driver on the roadside during the vice presidents visit to Karachi in May Johnson sug gested Bashir visit the United States and a Pakistani newspaper seized on the idea A group of American businessmen agreed to finance the trip under the people topeople program mediately after the party con gress probably before the end of this month British officials indicated U S Ambassador to M o s c o w Llewellyn Thompson will do the Algona planning fallout shelter for city offices ALGONA The Algona City NORAD the North1 American The condition of the 69yearold j f Soviet has taken the first step Defense Command political leader and lawmakerjfor tne cst in building a fallout shelter for NORADs fighters will haveiworsened Wednesday after he coni prssident Kennedy has rejits city government live ammunition as u s u a lj traded pneumonia He regainedjvealed that in negotiations to I The council has asked archi SACs bombers are expected to Consciousness during the afterjdate with Russian Foreign Minj teds to bring in plans and speci carry nuclear weapons lister Andrei Gromyko little orjfjcations for the shelter to be these will not be armed j A midmorning bulletin on Rayno progress has been made in joccupied in case of nuclear war Planesabout 2 000 of themburn issued Thursdav bv DrRobj alleviating the tension over The structure would house the will fly more than 6000 sorties ert F Short Jr his physician said the tension Berlin At United Nations Russia and the United About 250000 men will see ac tion Mr Rayburn is out of ocked horns in lhc GeJ1 Sky Shield II will be carriedHe is definitely improved and Assemblys 100nalion poi out regardless of weather change occurred this mornliUcal committep in anotheric ditions Extensive radar anting He looks and appears strongpreliminary skirmish on jamming this morning and arms race icity government police com meanmunications network and pub communications lie records in the event of an attack Mayor Dr C C a member of the Iowa civil defense commission forts will be made by and associates His temi Thc assemblyitself was tcmj simulating attacking f o r c e sjperature is normal Pulse bloodiporarily adjourned scheduled against air defense facilitiespressure and respiration have relo resume its annual policy de FAA air traffic control radarjmained unchanged since thebale wnen president and other electronic guidancejchange for the better Ibrahim Abbound of Su equipment Missile attacks willi Rayburns temperature rose todan wjn address it oe simulated by tapes fed Dis103 degrees Wednesday j Efforts to find a formula for lant Fnrlv Warninf stn tant Early Warnin tions One baked phone coming up Babs MIAMI Fla AP Heres a Rayburns basic the late Secretaryirecipe for baked telephone BASHIR AHMAD be faithful The special air regulation is sued Oct 6 grounds all civil cancer which has spread throughGeneral Dag Hammarskjold Take one young husband on hisj Mickey Cohen to be freed on bail least half his were at a standstill be1 way to work add one white1 WASHINGTON Pi Justice aircraft but makes provision for emergency flight operations re quired in Ihc interest of health and safety Flights made neces sary bv fire flood accident or jthe same There is no hope jcause both the United States phone mix in a little 0 Douglas of the Su jand Russia refused o give furtion for a wife who had been up prcmc Court Thursday granted Mickey Cohen Los Angeles BLANKET PARDON MADRID UPD anim UN chief ilher ground on principles govjwith the baby all night icrning appointment of an inter Frank Frascr didnt want figure release on bail nounced Thursdav it is freeing emergency medical needsf will all political and be Itandled by FAA s air na prsonersexcept mur control families Air malidererswho have scrved more planes will stay on the ground Jthan 2Q yjars jn jaiK Although the prohibitionjsteadily declining against commercial traffic interrupt the movements ofi some 125000 a pa per loss of S4 million to thej cooperation of the industry was assured long be fore the special order came out FAA Administrator Najecb E Halaby said he was issuing the regulation to make official an Modern Columbuses ponder iphone to bother his wife pending appeals from so he put it in the oven bcforenjs conviction of income tax vio leaving for work Later Cohen was sentenced on LYTTON Iowa turned on the oven to preithe income tax charges to 15 bert Kreft 22 Yctter wasjheat it When she started to putjyears in prison anci fined S30 oneoOO The U S District Court in Angeles and the U S Cir icuit Court in San Francisco re fused to permit release of Cohen on bail On the inside KILLED ON CURVE killed Wednesday when his Jin a dish she discovered creamery truck missed a curveimelted telephone N ews in a nutshell WIRE SERVICES Ford pact at hand DETROIT The United Auto Workers Union has reached complete agreement on a new master na tional contract with the strikebound Ford Motor Co The unions executive board approved the contract and said after the UAWFord council gives its okay all locals which have settled their plant contracts will be instructed to return to work The contract closely matches the General Motors settlement ic Libel suit by Hoiia LANSING Mich president James R Hoffa said he was suing AFLCIO president George Meany for million for libel and slander and challenged Meany to name any racketeers and gam blers in bhe Teamsters Union Era of super drinks LOS ANGELES A jetage bartender at the local Thunderbird International Hotel has concocted a whole new group of super drinks for the metro politan areas scientists and engineers His spe cialties are the BlastOff a blend of creme de menthe and vodka and the Orbit a mixture of scotch and a special tonic And then there is Stron tium 90 a lethal brew and the Hydrogen Bomb whose components are of course classified top secret Ignore fanatics JFK CHAPEL HILL N Kennedy said the American people can be assured of being neither Red nor dead if the country faces its risks un deterred by fanatics at home or abroad FKOM OUR WIRE SERVICES Ken nedy Wednesday ordered Gen Maxwell D Taylor former Army chief of staff to the Far East to help draft defense plans for meet ing the increased Communist threat to South Viet Nam Turning to a second crisis on the other side of the world the President also said his recent talk with Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko produced no im mediate hope of an easy settle ment to the EastWest deadlock Jin Berlin The twin developments came at a news conference during which the solemn chief executive summed up the international sit uation by declaring that we happen to live in the most dan gerous time in the history of the human race They also came shortly after the government ordered another 10000 troops to Europe in the event of a Berlin showdown the new contingent including the 2 500man 3rd Armored Cavalry regiment from Ft Meade Md and eight more Air National Guard jet fighter squadrons are in addition to the 40000 troops ordered to Europe Sept 9 These troops are n o w moving overseas Defense Secretary Robert S McNamara said preparations for the new deployment will begin immediately Actual movement will start on Nov 1 Kennedy announced that Gen Taylor would meet in Saigon with Vietnamese President Ngo Dinlv Diem and US officials to thresh out on the spot means of coun tering intensified attacks on South Viet Nam by North Vietnamese Communists The President recalled that in his recent United Nations speech he expressed concern about the Red threat to Southeast Asia There have been reports that the United States w a s considering sending US troops to the Far East But the State Department i denied any action was imminent land the President said he would I wait for Taylors educated mili Itary guess before taking action I of any kind On Berlin the President said there was no sign of any clear solution to the German problem despite the meetings he and Rusk have held with Gromyko As the Chief Executive put it In sub stance we are not in sight of I Other major news conference developments Asked if a tax increase might be sought to help pay for the U S military buildup he said this would depend on the military sit uation and whether Congress ap proves such v e n u eraising measures as a postal rate hike He said the tax burden already is ivery heavy The President also I hoped for a balanced budget next again this will hinge on military measures and they may come Kennedy reported that the gov ernment was considering the question of conducting nuclear bomb tests in the atmosphere and would base its decision on secur ity interests So far he said un der ground tests are deemed to be in the nations best interests A short cut to the moon NEW YORK UPI Ex accomplished voluntary cooper ation11 Naturally the airline officials expect travelers to alter their plans and fly just before orjust after the exercise thus mini mizing the fare loss Stuart A actly 469 years ago Columbus reached America Within 469 weeks from now Americans may reach the they too can get some ships Renaissance age or space age explorers seem to have Tipton president of the Air Transport Association said This operation emphasizes the importance of the nalionsj air space in the defense of the for a good explanation of country Thc airlines and the where he planned to go it other civil users recognize the was the Far East but hats one neverending problem in or a lack of it Queen Isabella hit Columbus priority that the military neces sarily must maintain over this aii space including the com plete preemption of the air traf fic control system during oper ations such as Sky Shield The willingness to sit out the another story before she turned loose the crown jewels to appropriate his three ships U S space officials now meeting here are no less de manding As a result the United States still has a pro mock emergency is general ini gram to gel men to the moon civil aviation Ihis decade but the details are vague because scientists havent come up with the an swers Two months ago the Fed eral Space Agency announced il would build an million moonport zft Cape Canav eral Fla and it seemed a cinch that within a few years astronauts would be blasting off aboard a giant rocket called Nova for a nonstop lunar flight Now according to information pouring from the American Rocket Societys annual convention it seems possible the Novn rocket may never be built With the help of three mas sive runs by huge electronics computers scientists have de vised an alternate rotile possibly cheaper and faster lo the moon Space agency North Iowa News 21 Comics 22 Transit Schedule 26 Editorials Page 4 Society News 8910 chief James E Webb said the clear Lake News111 idea runs something like this Sports 1516 Under the newly proposed Latest Markets 18 route called Rendezvous a j Mason City News 1819 moonship would be assembled piece by piece in orbit around the earth Rather than an eightengine 12 millionpound thrust Nova rocketing men on a bulletlike trip to the moon smaller rockets would be used to hoist parts for the lunar craft into orbil for assemly Because such smaller rock ets developing about six mil lion pounds of thrust arc go ing to have to be built any way Rendezvous might result ina saving Also said famed scientist Wcrnher Von Braun this could put an American on the moon one to two years sooner than the directroute Nova Method SAME DATE1960446 Saletj Oeparlmenl Plfureat Black Flag Memo 1 raffle Death In Past M Houtj Photofax NANCY GOES ON RECORD Nancy Sinatra 20 yearold daughter of Frank Sinatra warbles Sugar1 Time into a microphone at a Hollywood recording studio as she makes her first record She hopes to have a singing career like her fathers Nancy is mar ried to singer Tommy Sands who was on hand to hear his wifes first recording effort The Weather North Iowa Mostly cloudy and more humid Thursday night and Friday Warmer Thurs day night lows in the low 50s Highs Friday in the 70s Iowa Mostly cloudy and more humid Thursday night and Friday Warmer south and east Thursday night lows 5560 Highs Friday in the 70s Further outlook Mostly cloudy with scattered showers and a little cooler Saturday Minnesota Partly cloudy warm er Highs Friday in 60s GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Thursday Maximum 73 Minimum 42 At 8 am 52 Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 81 57
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