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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 1, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the HOTIC MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 100 The newspaper Associated Press and United Press International Full Cease Wires tho t makes all Nl o r t h lowans MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 1 1961 neighbors 7c a Copy TWs Paper Consists of Four SectionsSection One No 20 rmen v Rocket rattling a bluff Rush aid to Honduras by rampaging hurj Tan Airlines Miami office said YT 1urncanebal ncanc Hallic The message wasils airplane was placed at the 1 p Bnlish Honduras capital relayed to Miami via Honduras disposal of the governor of North Iowa Partly cloudy withj Capt Dean Rickcr pilot of The British frigate Trowbridge British Honduras to fly injury increasing southerly winds Wedthcl Aiiiiies mercy flight was expected to reach the victims to hospitals in Guate npsrlav nicrht Inure Which tnnk nff fiim Alinmi i H uuan which took off from Miami re ported from the air thai the nesday night lows 4652 Mostly cloudy with scattered thunder storms likely Thursday and turning much colder with winds shifting to northwesterly highs in the 50s Iowa Cloudy and warmer Wed nesday night becoming mostlj cloudy and turning much colder with scattered thunderstorms likely Thursday Lows Wednes day night 40s northwest to 50s southeast Highs Thursday 40s northwest to 60s southeast Fur ther outlook Partly cloudy and colder Friday Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average 2 to 4 degrees below normal Thursday through next Monday Normal highs are 50 and normal lows 30 to 36 degrees Colder northwest and north central Thursday and over the state Friday Warmer Saturday then colder Sunday and Mon day Precipitation will be mod erate to heavy in rain Thurs day and again Sunday or Mon day Rainfall will average 50 A PRIFNT TV TM T to one inch KlfciMJ liN IN LEI The Lennon Sisters who singwith Lawrence Walks orchestra find a friend Minnesota Cloudy windy much colder Highs Thursday in 40s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Wednesday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 67 35 42 41 34 Rights is basic issue By GENEVIEVE ST PIUS New York Herald Tribune News Service WASHINGTONA lucky intelli gence break has established to Washingtons satisfaction that Rus sia has only 50 or so missiles on the launching pads no more than what we have as compared with earlier estimates of more than 100 President Kennedy in fact has been urged by some of tough line aides to make it known that we have reliable evidence that Russia rocket rattling is in part a bluff Ambassador Thompson on his return to Moscow may put this point across to the Russians on Kennedys behalf President Kennedy does not re gard Khrushchevs easing of the deadline for an East German treaty as a cold war victory for the West Although his critics are crediting him with a triumph the President deems it an unimpor tant concession The real issue in Kennedys eyes is that of Allied rights in West Berlin He does not believe that a SovietEast German treaty greatly affects these one way or another New York lawyer Fowler Ham ilton head of the new Agency for International Development is a quickwitted addition to the New Frontier A few days ago when a reporter asked him to compare two things that Hamilton consid ered totally different he snapped back Thats like asking is Mil ton a better poet than a hog is fat The administration is trying to decide how it best can encourage industry and homeowners to build fallout shelters Everything is be ing considered Jrom federal finan cial grants to loans At the mo ment tax inducements are near the top of the study list Penta gon civil defense planners are in tensively examining suggestions that special tax incentives be promen vided both to business concerns and to individuals Automobile industry executives are quietly assuring the admin istration that 1962 will be the best that the car makers have enjoyed since recordbreaking 1955 The Detroit manufacturers predict that sales of new automobiles will hit an even 7 about 350000 foreign cars I Republican national headquar lers wasnt kidding when it re vcaled recently that word had gone out to all Democratic Cab inet members and other high of ficials to get President Kennedys name into their speeches A study of texts of recent speeches shows the message has come through to Democratic jobholders loud and clear The Kennedy administration is so irked over criticism from its allies on negotiations with Russia on Berlin that Washington is dci No radioactivity in milk willing to do in WASHINGTON nations dain ULX American forces assured the public that any dairy food available foi sale can be consumed without fear of harmful stricken city late Wednesday mala and Honduras if advisable and so were two United States Art world mourns death of John 83 LONDON ar world Wednesday mourned the death of Augustus John one of the great in John D Eggen 2 during a visit to Mercy Hos pitals childrens ward The singers were in Des Moines to help entertain the wives of bankers attend ing the Iowa Bankers Association convention The sisters from left are Peggy 20 Kathy 18 and Janet 15 They sang Ave Maria for little John and other patients To Expand Oliver plant work force CHARLES Molorjof the consolidation Pryatcl was lusuaiut juuii unu 01 me greatCompany has purchased the to leave for Cleveland fol esl portrait artists of this business of the Clctraciowing talks with the Oliver man and the last of the Bohemian I Corporation and will consolidateiagemcnL Al Cleveland he was painters John 83 died Tuesdayits production with llie facilities10 mect wtl tne Cletrac man after a weeks illness Ranked as of lnc Oliver tractor plnrf here i Cement to discuss the consolida one of Britains foremost painters John became a legend with his wild eyes golden earrings un kept whitebeard and his incono clastic painted heroes and states On the inside Editorials page 4 North Iowa News Society News 16171819 Sports 2122 Clear Lake News 2425 Comics 26 Latest Markets 32 Mason City News 3233 Transit Schedule 38 Frank J Pryatcl manager ofition the Charles City plant said in Chicago that there would be an increased work force as a result SAME BUck FUj Mean Iralflo Oexlb In Pas I Tours It is impossible now to say how much increase there will be in employment at Charles City Pry Most of sealevel Belizes in habitants apparently fled to high er ground before Hattie the seasons eighth tropical storm flung 9 to 10 feet of water into the city Hal Holler operator of radio station HR3HH for the Standard Fruit Co at La Cieba Honduras said only two known casualties had been reported but that Belize with 31000 population was vir tually destroyed The government radio station and the tower at the air field were smashed Holler reported but a police emergency radio was in operation The damage is appalling said a radio message from the gover nor of the crown colony Hurricane Hattie struck Belize with great severity Damage to properly is devastating The sea invaded the town to depths of 9 to 10 feet he said in an appeal for help intercepted by a ham radio operator It was reported that 30000 Be lize residents had been evacuated British Honduras which is about the size of Massachusetts has 60000 inhabitants The coun trys chief export is mahogany and lignum vitac an extremely hard tropical wood Hurricane Hattie destroyed her self in the mountainous terrain after striking Belize with winds up to 200 miles per hour in gusts Its the second time that Belize has been inundated It was rebuilt completely after be ing destroyed by a hurricane in 1931 News in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES W Berlin retaliates BERLIN West Berlin police began demanding identity papers of all Russians in civilian dress trying to enter the western sector of the city The action ap parently came in retaliation against attempts by East German Communist police torestrict the move ments of Allied officials in East Berlin atel said He noted however that more than a million dollars worth of machine tools will be moved from Cleveland to Charles City This represents a tremendous chance for advancement for Oli vers Charles City employes the manager pointed out as well as for local businessmen and the community in general He added that he has been im pressed with the willingness and cooperation of the Charles City employes in maintaining high production standards Mknrii FLORIDA MEXICO Sttv TOSSES BRICK AT RUSSIANS Lothar n 04yearold clerk who tossed a brickthrough a win dow of the Soviet Unions United Nations headquar ters building in New York is shown at police station He was booked on charges of malicious mischief and disorderly conduct The brick was painted white with the inscription in the 50 megaton atomic bomb tests FROM OCK WIUE SERVICES WASHINGTON A senior member of the joint atomic committee joined Wednesday in urging U S resumption of at mospheric nuclear tests He said jfallout could be held to a frac of that produced by Rus sian tests Sen Clinton P Anderson D N M ranking democratic sen ator on the congressional group joined chairman Richard B Russell DGa of the senalo armed services committee in calling for resumption of tests in the atmosphere Russell told a reporter he con sidered tests in the air essential until we perfect the neutron bomb Anderson in a sfratemenf re leased by his office here made no mention of the neutron bomb But he said complete weapons systems and proof tests or largeyield weapons cannot be tested underground He said important data on antimissile defenses could be obtained only through atmospheric tests lie said Russias intensive at mospheric tests which featured 2r megaton and 50 megaton de vices could have resulted in relatively large gains in nu clear weapons testing The neutron bomb was de scribed as producing death with out destruction by blasting out unseen unfelt neutrons that could penetrate three feet of concrete It could wipe out the populations of entire cities with out major damage to the cities themselves Essentially the difference be tweenneutrons and other types of radiation is that they pene trate manmade structures kill animal and human Jife in side without leaving the build ing or nearby ground saturated with the casually producing contamination Similar to Dead Sea Scrolls More ancient documents discovered in Ho She tears up 5 bills believed toys IIIKM WATERLOO AP I thought 3iijiuaius f fcel1 was toy moncy said a 16ycar this has much to do with Olivcriold girl accusccl of taking five SI and White Motors setting up the biils nncl liircmi1g lhcm new operation at Charles City Policc said Corcan Bradford took the moncy Tuesday from a White acquired the Oliver Corused clothing store owned by Dan NEW YORK UP The discovery of documents al most 2000 years old in Holy Land caves where Jewish rebels died under siege from the Romans was announced here Dr Yigael Yadin professor of archeology at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem said that the 64 documents includ ing two Biblical fragments were second in importance only to the Dead Sea Scrolls Yadin said the finds written on both papyri and parch ment Strangely made no mention of Jesus or the early Christian movement although they were carefuffy dated from the year 88 to 135 AD Yadin said the new dis coveries the largest single collection of historic docu ments ever unearthed in the Holy Land related to a group of Judeans who fled af ter Roman Emperor Hadrian crushed their revolt in 135 AD The thc and a half year revolt was ted by Israeli Prince Bar Kochba These documents actually establish the existence of Bar Kochba a legendary figure in Jewish history whose ex poration as a whollyowned sub sidiary about a year ago The purchase of the tractor division of Cletrac was announced by the White firm Tuesday J N Bauman White Motor president and Samuel W White Jr Oliver president said the transaction includes Cletrac in iel Tracy The five bills and S47ll in bills and change were in a coin purse While walking home along some railroad tracks Dorean opened the purse and pulled out the large de nomination bills bearing the por trait of President Grovcr Cleve istence has been Yadin said In a sense they are more important than if we had found 15 original letters by Shakespeare They establish that the Bar Kockba rebellion was not just political it was also religious Also in the caves wera clothes furniture textiles and cooking utensils of the Ju deans who had been besieged by the Romans The Judeans died of hunger trapped in caves Ail of fhe items were pre served perfectly by the dry desert air Yadin said will shoot back What will British French and West German forces do The United States will retaliatein kind if a plane is shot down What will the others do These are the questions the United States is putting to its Allies US atomic experts are ex trernely doubtful that the RusJ sians are attempting to build an arsenal of super bombs 50 to 100 They cite a number of reasons one of them very pro saic It takes an enormous amount of nuclear material to build such bombs in quantity and the Solets do not have it 159 DESCENDANTS WOODBURY Tcnn Mayo 85 died Tues day Mrs Mayo left 1x1 lineal children 50 75 t t liOllllJLVll posure to radioactivity The most serious menace to the public health at the present time is the possibil ity that out of fear people may alter their food pat ern so that they do not eat what they should Gunfire heard in Laos VIENTIANE Laos Heavy weapons fire thun dered across the Plain of Jars in an apparent new outbreak of fighting between antiCommunist guer rillas and Laotian insurgents Chrysler by union DETROIT The United Auto Workers and Chrysler resumed new contract negotiations with the union warning the corporation that the hour is late and to speed up talks if it wants to avoid a strike set for midnight Thursday VULICU inand She tossed aside thc vcntories engineering and dellils hut kept tnc S47ll police signs and many machine toolssaifl bul docs not include Cletracs Later her sister Geneva fi Cleveland planl was following thc same path home j Purchase price has been uifrom scrool and picked up the nounccd as approximately money million in cash Moslems riot in Algiers ALGIERS Moslem crowds poured into the grandchildren 75 great grand streets and battled French police across in children and 15 great great grand demonstrations marking the seventh anniversary of chlldren I the start of the Algerian war ONLYTHf NEWSPAPER ONLY THE NEWSPAPER Corcan one of 13 children was turned over lo juvenile authorii ties No charge was filed 37 survivors in Brazilian airliner crash RIO DE JANEIRO Brazil Brazilian airliner smashed in to a hillside and burned in i cife suburb Wednesday and an airi line spokesman said 18 of thc 85 persons aboard perished j He said 35 of thc 76 passengers and two of the crew of nine sur vived There were no US cilizcns v vvui u uu IJ o is the peoples top choice for aboard thc airline said advertising Every year US newspapers publish more than 300 million individual 1 Thc plane a Pnnair do Brasil HC7 was en roulc from Lisbon Portugal and was coming in for mivi classed adsaboul for a stop at Recite on thc northwest every man woman and child coast of before making its IrtlhdnllmHi O in the nation final scheduled stop here JAHOR FAMILY REUNION IN VI MI tlilbor inters va from UUehat by themselves as mother Jolie with their lather Vilmos Gabor in Vi family reunion cnna Austria Vilmos 80 homo in Budapest and was permitted by Hungarian Communist authorities to ravel to the Austrian capital for the   

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