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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 21, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper for CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 100 The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors United Full Wire MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY OCTOBER 21 If61 Paper ConsUU o Two On Wt 11 Housecleaning time again in Soviet Union By WILLIAM L RYAN BERLIN tf Nikita Khrushchevs heavy prop aganda artillery is zeroing in on his enemies The events at theSoviet Communist party congress in Mos cow suggest he is winning his struggle and setting the scene for announcement of a housecleaning It seems likely in fact that the purge already is well under way Probably it was started well in advance of the 22nd party congress at least at the lower levels But Khrushchev wants and apparently needs total victory This means at a minimum the expulsion from the Communist of those he labeled anti party in 1957 The congress can provide the machinery for Khrushchevs pur poses Awaiting formal approval are some new ideas concerning the statutes by which the Communist arty is Supposed to govern it self The changes may involve new methods for expelling anc 3unishing members who have rallen into disgrace There are in dications that new sins will be in vented such as failure to show sufficient devotion to the Commu nist cause or lack of faithfulness o the principle of collective eadership If Khrushchev has won heads will roll It will mean expulsion from the party and possiblj worse for former Premier Georg A racket in phony shelters A field day for con men By MEL S BIRTHDAY New York Herald Tribune News Service govern ment officials here are con cerned that because of real public worry on whether to build or buy a fallout shelter smart money operators are moving into that field selling high The officials none of whom be quoted are uncertain on how to warn the public against shelter peddlers and thus at least reduce possibility of a financial field day for confidence men One approach that seems most likely is for the Federal Trade Commission to make a special study of the situation If this happens and it wil occur quickly if the idea is adopted the FTC presumably would warn the public against phonies in the shelter field stressing particularly the neec to check into the credentials of anyone offering shelters for sale at any price This would be particularly true of salesmen who glibly plug readybuilt contraptions pre sumably offering assured pro tection or representatives of contractors offering to recon vert basements into places ut terly secure against hydrogen bombs As in any other scheme to bilk these officials point out one sure way to detect sharp practice is to watch out for a salesman who starts with a high price then keeps lowering it finally taking whatever cash is offered The reluctance of concerned officials to openly discuss the situation until they are reads to move is based on the belieJ that it may discourage the building or purchase of worth while shelters which govern ment officers from Presiden Kennedy down concede would be in the public interest But whatever course is finally decided upon to warn the pub lie it is expected to come quickly Malenkov for Lazar Kaganovich he onetime iron commisar of the Ukraine and a Stalin stalwart for old former Foreign Minister V M Molotov for former Prem ler Nikolai Bulganin and manj others There may be shocks outsidi the USSR too Those Commu rustsin parties abroad particu arly in the satellite nations whc lave failed to show sufficient de votion to Khrushchevs free wheeling interpretation of Marx ismLeninism maybe slated fo the political ax A new party is expected from this congress could well cover that phase of the purge which could bring down such men as Walter Ulbricht the Stalinist boss of East Germany and others of his stamp Would offer a hospital site free CHARLES CITY If voter agree Tuesday to build a new Floyd County public hospital a is available for it fre of charge R J Cashman of the Sher man Nursery Company Satur day announced he has offeree 10 to 15 acres located some where within the 500 acres o the Sherman Nursery property adjacent to the city of Charle City Cashman the chief executivi officer of the nursery firm made the offer in a letter to th Floyd County Public Hospita Veterans Memorial Committee He said the offer is contingen upon mutual agreement on the site seen At his last press conference President Kennedy told report ers he expected the government to announce in midNovember its proposals for a shelter pro gram presumably privately fi nanced by individual families Earlier after conferring at the White House with a group of visiting editors Kennedy was quoted as saying he thought an adequate family shelter shouldnt cost more than to It was impossible to learn how far shelter sharpshooters have already moved into what could be a lush financial field But presumably some have made hay or the concern among interested officials here wouldnt be so acute and barring any unfore legal difficulties whicl might arise Cashman explained he ha offered a choice of three site which would be ac cessible from either Highway 14 Highway 18 or Highway 218 The final decision on the sit will be made upon agreement between Cashman and the board of commissioners which will be in charge of the pro posed new hospital The com missioners will be appointed by the county board of supervisors from the ranks of veterans in Floyd County ONLY THE NfWSPAPER SAMf DATE 1tM4M rim muini TMHI ONLY THE NEWSPAPER gives you such good hunting You can always bag the facts you want when you read the newspaper Nikita waves corn cobs Small potatoes Russ now say of Bob Garst MOSCOW UPI Iowa farmer Roswell Garst was challenged Saturday by Soviet Premier Khrushchev and a Soviet farmer who claimed to have outstripped Garsts corn production Alexander Gitalov who spent time recently working on Garsts farm told delegates to the Soviet Communist Party Congress he had outdone Garsts corn production per acre on the Ukrainian collective farm where he leads a tractor team Gitalov was interrupted sever al times as he spoke by the voluble Soviet leader who vis ited Garsts farm on his tour of the United States When Gitalov told of his victory in the corn field Khrush chev jumped up and said You must write to Garst and tell him that we are now producing better and cheaper corn and more efficiently Minutes later during the speech Khrushchev signalled an aid who went out of the as sembly hall and returned with two large corn cobs Khrushchev waved the corn cobs over his head when he told the delegates they had been sent to him by school children who were getting twice the yield of Garst Think of what the school children will do when they grow up Khrushchev said Gitalov spoke favorably of his experiences on the Garst farm which is considered a showplace for American agri cultural methods Khrushchev interrupted at this point to We want Garst to know that we welcome honest competition with American farmers When Gitalov complained about the difficulty collective farms were having with trans portation Khrushchev broke in to apologize for the situation He also promised to do every thing possible to remedy the problem At the conclusion of the speech Gitalov handed the Soviet Premier a cluster of corn cobs from his collective farm TRAINING SESSION Troops of the 5th Infantry Division of the South Viet Nam army watch a demonstration by members of the U S military ad visory group attached to their division SOUTH VIET NAM Photofax The advisory group is helping with the training of the Vietnamese unit at the division headquarters camp at Bien Hoa in South Viet Nam as antiCom munist fighting intensifies Gen Taylor surveys Red border Along the 17th Parallel SOUTH VIET NAM Max well D Taylor President Ken nedys special military adviser Saturday carried his onthespot survey of the situation in this Communistthreatened nation to less than one mile from Com munist North Viet Nam Taylor traveled from Saigon on a flying trip that will help him decide whether U S troops are needed to defend this South east Asian country against mounting Communist aggres sion We are at the end of New space test is successful POINT ARQUELLO Calif UP A Midas missilealarm rocket shot aloft Saturday with a controversial cargo 350 million tiny copper needles to be spread in a radioreflective belt around the earth Forty minutes later the Air Force announced the booster dropped away and the second stage fired on schedule The successful experiment placed in space fivemilewide band our Photofax GUERRILLA POCKETS IN S VIET areas locate the five major areas in South Viet Nam where Viet Cong Comumnist rebels boast centers of strength and control over parts of the countryside Arrows from broken line show inland supply routes by way of jungle trails leading down through Laos and Cambodia Small arrows indicate coastal infiltra tion points used by junks and fishing craftfrom the north military aid program1 my friend Gen Taylor told White House security adviser Walt Eostow as they stood at the Gio Linh than one mile from the Ben Hai River marking the border Taylor and his party of Viet namese and American officials landed at Dong Ha airport some 10 miles from the 17th parallel and went from there to the Gio Linh garrison After a twohour tour of the area Taylor proceeded to the resort of Dalat where he met President Ngo Dinh Diem BUYS BRITISH JETS WASHINGTON iff Airways fourth U S has become the airline to order hairlike reflectors which scientists hope to use to bounce radio waves half wayaround the world Some astronomers have op posed the experiment on the grounds that if the needles go awry in space they could inter fere with optical and radio ob servations of the stars or even damage satellites Despite the controversy ap proval for the test was given earlier this month by President Kennedys scientific adviser Dr Jerome B Wiesner Word that the Midas satellite achieved orbit was reported two nours after launch Whether it then properly ejected its pack age of needles still was not known however The tiny needles each 710 of an inch long and onethird the thickness of a human hair were in a sixby20inch cylinder in the tail section of the 30foot long Midas The 98foot AtlasAgena com bination roared upward at am Iowa Ground ob servers lost it seconds later in the 500foot overcast The firing was a spectacular one as the missiles flames re flected from the overcast and lighted up the countryside The cylinder after ejection was designed to throw out a cloud of needles that would stretch within 60 days into a 2000milehigh belt five miles wide and 25 miles deep The can of needles was a small portion of the payload of the Midas satellite fourth launched in an effort to perfect Britishmade transports Braniff a means of detecting missile announced it has bought 12 Brit ish Aircraft Corp BAG a shortrange twinjet airliner Parents too busy Boy goes astray religion blamed FEOM OCR WIRE SERVICES DES MOINES Lack of a religious background often is given for a youths delinquen cy But a Polk County judge has told the parents of a Nor walk teenager charged with aggravation they spent too much time on religion and not enough on their son During a hearing in juvenile court Judge Don L Tidrick said Mr and Roy E Nichols devoted their life to the church and not to the boy The youth David Edward Nichols 17 was committed to the state training school for boys at Eldora and then pa roled to the probation officer Nichols and three other youths were arrested Sept 26 on charges of robbing and beating Max Anderson 44 Mrs Nichols who is licensed minister said Im confident that if were given chance there wont be a repeti tion In my own heart I know I havent neglected my son The boys father said he didnt know all this was go ing on if I had it would have been different Mr and Mrs Nichols said they are active in the Church of God in Prophecy in West Des Moines Nichols who is lumber firm employe said Iowa Generally fair with slow ly rising temperatures through Saturday night Fair south partly cloudy north Sunday Low Saturday night 30s northeast to 40s south west High Sunday 6570 Out look for Monday Partly cloudy little temperature change GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Saturday Maximum Minimum Sunrise Sunset 57 28 I1ST ATEST WASHINGTON UPI Russia j Friday exploded its 2lst an N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Quakes rock California LOS ANGELES A series of rolling earth quakes rocked Southern California forcing evacua tion of two schools but leaving no injuries or serious damage The latest temblors were reported by police in Santa Ana about 30 miles southeast of Los An geles 2000 troops alerted WASHINGTON About 2000 Army troops from Ft Lewis Wash and Ft Hood Tex will go to Europe soon as part of the U S military buildup to meet the Berlin crisis Key Chrysler issue solved Chrysler Corp and the United Auto Workers Union drove for settlement on local prob lems after resolving a key issue of seniority Sen iority had been considered a major roadblock hinder ing settlement at scores of UAW bargaining units at Chrysler the number three auto maker and the last of the Big Three to be without a national labor agreement witJh the UAW Paratroopers snagged firings from space Only Midas II was successful Officials said there was no relation between the Midas and the needle experiment called Project West Ford The package was put in Midas sim ply because the satellite was going into a high orbit and nad space available After one successful experi ment scientists may try to put up another radioreflective band around the equator These two bands officials said would per mit worldwide radio transmis sion on frequencies not now usable King turns down role in new movie NEW YORK UPI The Rev Martin Luther King has turned down a chance to be a movie a senator from Geor gia The Negro minister who led the Montgomery Ala bus boycott and now conducts wide spread civil rights activities from headquarters in Atlanta Ga Friday denied reports he FORT JACKSON S A mounting casualty list showed 21 paratroopers hospitalized with injuries caused by quickening winds which swept most of 1 200 jumpers into trees during a mass jump that opened exercise Apache Neutral on Poor CHICAGO Robert W Sarnoff board chair man of the National Broadcasting Co says Jack Paar is a very sensitive man who takes a little personally things that are said about him in the press But Sarnoff added I neither endorse nor dis claim the position the NBC television entertainer took recently in accusing certain newspapers and wire services of distortions and inaccuracies On the inside pages Clear Lake News Page 3 Editorials 4 North Iowa News5 Church Features 67 Society News 8 Mason City News 1011 Latest Markets 11 Sports1314 Comics 1 Business News 1920 he contributed to a church jnounccd falloutproducing nuclear building fund and took in bomb since Sept 1 a device with the power of several million Ions extra it night job to help pay TNT would appear in the movie Ad vise and Consent The idea was attacked by some Gcor gians including Gov Ernest Vandiver i 7 t The Surveyor Transit Schedule West Germany makes life in Berlin more attractive BERLIN Ger many has appropriated million to make life in West Berlin more attractive during 1962 According to West Berlin treasurer Joachim Wolff heres how the money will be spent Each West Berlin husband will get a flat vacation monty to be spent inside or outside Berlin His wife will receive at least and they will get an additional for each child West German workers tak ing jobs in Berlin will be guaranteed four fret round f trips yearly to the west Al ternately West Berlin will bear the full cost of moving their families to join them Young couples wishing to marry and settle in Berlin will be offered 10year loans of Any movit filmed in Berlin will be guaranteed subsidy of at least The West Gorman ment pledged thr demonstratt Wast German termination to maintain links with West Berlin In Mtt of that incrtatinfl numbers of Wait ttrlintrt were laavirtj city I   

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