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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 3, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper EdIUd for the HOTIB MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 100 The newspaper Associated Press United Press International Full Lease Wires Viscount Linley Its a boy for Princess Meg that makes all North I o wans MASON CITY IOWA FRfDAY NOVEMBER 3 1961 neighbors 7c CopyJThis Paper Consisls of Two SectionsSection One NO The rising voice of Gen Ike JFK hears criticism By ROBERT J DONOVAN New York Herald Tribune News Service WASHINGTONFormer Presi dent Eisenhowers steadily ex panding activity as a political leader opposed to the Democratic administration has added a new dimension to President Kennedys political problems For the first time since he took office last January the President is having to cast some troubled glances over his shoulder glances LONDON AP Princess Margaret gave birth to a son Fri day and her husband said she was thrilled and delighted First to see the the doctors and the fath er the Earlof Snowdown the former society photographer An tony ArmstrongJones Coming from the royal maternii ty suite in Clarence House he exclaimed to a member of the household The princess and I are absolutely thrilled and delight ed His sonfifth in line to the British born Viscount i Linley The infants weight was not an nounced immediately An official announcement mother and son are doing well The child was born in the room in Clarence House that Princess Margaret once used as a bedroom She lived at the house home of the queen mother until her mar riage May 6 1960 Both she and her husband are 31 that dart in the northerly jiirecWlth Crowds cheered outside Clarence House The Scots Guards bagpipe band marched by filling the air tion of Gettysburg Pa For months following his inaug uration Kennedy completely dom inated the political scene in the United States The retired President having professed his desire for a rocking chair and having assured a Wash ington audience that one thing he would never do was to tell his successor how to handle the job had gone off for a quiet winter in the California desert Richard Nixon settled down in the obscurity of defeat in Los Angeles Gov Rockefeller was tending to state affairs in New York preoccupied with running reelection as governor in 1962 Sen Barry Goldwater RAriz was acting like an early contend er for the White Housein 1964 but most of the headway he was making was in slates that have relatively few delegates to Re publican national conventions aud few electoral votes on election day A great many Eisenhower Re publicans despaired of a com manding Republican voice that could vie for public attention with the cultivated accent ringing from the While House The news of the birth was re layed quickly to Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip Congratula tions began pouring in Lord Evans 58 one of thefive medical men who attended the princess broke the news to the father Before the babys birth at 10 451 am Tony sent Margaret an arm load of red roses He repeated1 the order after ihe birth The princess apparently was in labor only a short time Peel did not arrive at Clarence House until I am two and a half hours before the birth Margarets boy is fifth in line of succession to the British throne i behind Prince Charles 13 Prince i Andrew who will be 2 in FebruS ary Princess Anne11 and Prin cess Margaret Monkey will be used in rocket test next week 900000 Luther f AP Pliotofax SURRENDERS Joseph F Nalis a 23yearold army vet e r a n vof Harrisburg Pa raises his arms in surrender on the roof of his home at Harrisburg Partolman Alfred Osman points his pistol at Nalis from the street below Nalis was armed with a hih CAPE CANAVERAL FL AP ITS To Tcalcning transmitter and biomedical sen h ruin i Hi i President Kennedy and Gensoisbcncatl1 its skin is scheduled f Eisenhower are 27 years apart in age The President is 44 his pred ecessor 71 During the years when Eisenhower was President and Kennedy was a Senator they had very little personal contact to ndc an Atlas missile 600 miles into space next week The 6pound monkey is the first of several animals slated to be rocketed aloft to determine whether implanted sensors can be to human astronauts If Nixon the bitterness of the cam P ctcci the systcm could elim paign subsided Though deeply disappointed Eisenhower cooper ated with Kennedy to make the transition between administrations the smoothest in modern Ameri can history Eisenhowers assess m e anyone who came near him when he was finally per suadccl to surrender No shots were fired Soviet diplomat booted from office K Ponomaipnln Gym at college gutted Equipment Loss heavy DECOR AH AP A spectacu lar fire whipped by strong winds and apparently started by an ex plosion destroyed the gymnasium building at Luther College early Friday The blaze sent flames high into the air and thewind showered a nearby womens dormitory Brant Hall with sparks No one was in jured Some 400 coeds housed in the dormitory were evacuated into the subfreezing night as a pre cautionary measure but the flames were confined to the gym nasium building The building was a onestory brick structure built in 1926 with a tower that housed the transmit ting facilities of the college radio station KWLC The college radio station was immediately offered use of the studios and transmission facili ties of Decorahs radio station KDEC and expected to continue its programs in that way Also in the tower was a carillon installed only this year in observ ance of the colleges 100th anni versary The gymnasium was lamed for C K Preus second president of the college Luther College President J W Ylvisaker said replacing the oss will probably cost about He said the loss was insured The fire broke out shortly be fore midnight The alarm was Burned in by a college student re urning to the campus after eat ng a sandwich Two students Roger Morgan and Jerry Ode who were playing Basketball in the basement gym lasium reported hearing the ex plosion between pm and midnight They said they had to climb out the basement windows Another student LeRoy Roseti ivas in the college radio shack in hc tower when he heard the ex plosion He said he looked down and saw the entire west end of he building in flames He has tened out of the building A second explosion a few Jtes later blew out all the ment windows capsule P a sPeciaI in a cylinder u L un vucl Kennedy underwent a change in ackec to the side of the Atlas the course of their preinaugural meetings in the White House He found that the young senator from The cylinder is intended to eject from the Atlas and follow a bal listic course which wiil land it in 11 i i lit y ovUaLUl 11 Ulll ii uiiu ii Massachusetts was not the whip T tlc miles southcast 0 Ca persnapper he had been led to believe but was indeed quite well informed and serious The new President treated his predecessor vith great respect and courtesy There was not a glimmer of animosity between them such as had poisoned the EisenhowerTru man relationship of eight years previous Indeed by April Eisen hower was speaking with distinct admiration of his young succes sor And despite the Cuban af fair which he regarded as an atrocious blunder as did Ken Canaveral Ponomarcnko Soviet r expelled by the government after lie was involved in an airport fist fight with Dutch police Ponomarenko was a member of the partys Presidium until he death of Joseph Stalin in 1953 The com mittce action virtually marks Tandy to quit military post DES MOINES APMaj Gen Fred C Tandy W resigned Fn day as Iowa adjutant general Tandy appointed adjutant gen eral in 1950 by the late Gov Wil Itam S Beardsley said he plans Eisenhower was saying privately that Kennedy if he could overcome the Cuban failure had the capacity to be an excel from ctivc miltao lent President jluty lhs rcsgnation is effective Kennedy consulted Eisenhower on the aftermath of the Cuban iuommea adventure and has been his host o Gov iVorman Erbe who was m the White House on various Jin Mount Pleasant Friday to visit social occasions jthc state mental health institute in September however a subtlethere The resignation was submitted HIGH WJNDS FAN FLAMED Ptiololax Thant be UNITED NATIONS NY U Thant of Burma will lamed acting secretarygeneral of he United Nations Friday with a a rec hand to choose his chief asearlier this week ambassador would appoint and the areas from which t h e v would be drawn The United States made a similar retreat sistnnts The Soviets Backed down after ryiiig to specify the number of principal deputies the Burmese The Security Council was called 1963 into a closed meeting Friday morn ing to recommend U Thant to fill out the term he nearby towns of Crcsco mar Ossian and Waukon The roof already was falling in hen he said We had no nance lo get inside at all The 97 by 197 foot building loused the schools athletic of ices All the records of Athletic Director Hamlet Peterson were lestroyed along with all Luthers basketball and football equipment Coaches said the Luther football earn probably will have to bor equipment for Saturdays ame with Parsons College Also iost were considerable quantities of musical instruments ind equipment the chapel organ F ome 1100 new cushioned audilo y ium chairs and stage equip ment top UN post skjold who was killed in a plane crash in Africa Sept 18 The General Assembly was to meet Friday afternoon to elect U nit rj i Unt IT PL I JUKI I b I haul tl a qmct but deter victs and the Americans mined diplomat broke the USjcouid take iL or leave t xmnnt 11 f nu v IL his principal advisers by telling the big powers he would name a limited number1 He refused to commit himself in advance to articular number from any areas and old the So they t MV of Dag HammarSoviet deadlock over the issue of Thant said he would also tell the assembly after his election jt hat he would consult with his ad Hlscrs on important questions and jwork with them in a spirit of mutual understanding The So viets originally demanded that the deputies have a virtual veto over the secretarygenerals decisions but aBancibned this stand weeks DES MOINES fate You will convict he defendant of Ronald Slump 22 of Kcokukiof the highest degree of offense1 Unjlctl and the Soviet accused of first degree murder jof which he is proven guilty be also agccd weeks ago was handed to a District Courtjyond a shadow of a doubt U Thant should get the jJb jury at am Friday 1 Moore Vlt tncv could not ju The Slate University of Iowa honor graduate is accused in the Stump case to jury 5 verdicts possible Hi nj fatal shooting last June 9 of Mi chael Daly 22 of DCS Moines U THANT The Iowa ln juu I But they could not agree on the nationalities of the deputies who Judgo Moore listed 25 will be closest to the ins I ructions to the panel new head of the UN secretariat The Soviet Union favored seven iij uva muiims Judge Moore cautioned the jury T Q Leanna Jean Skultety 21 thcto carefully the verbal tes e viet Union favored seven attractive daughter of a Dcsilimony mndc y witnesses and if American So Moincs physician was with Daly atklcd personal identification p AmcriciAfrican the night he was mortally wound3 matter of opinion or belief j f European ed in front of his home i Stump contends he was in his SKHr rhc United States between DCS Moines and Francc five Miss Skultety formerly engagedjKnoxvillc at the time of thci ng thc European and i St i imn hi if tihri f n it i change set in in the relationship Tandy recently had ap between Ihe two men This is not pointed to a new fouryear term to suggest that the change means by Erne That term would havc personal animosity or a barrierjexpircd July 3 to further mutual cooperation j particularly in the fieldof forj fn rePv to Tandys resignation eign policy sent Tandy a letter saying it was with deep regret that 1 Nevertheless they are men of have at hand your decision to re divergent political as adjutant general of Iowa and as a leader of the party out The Iowa National Guard and of power Eisenhowei has been of its officers and men owe creasmgly rankled by the policiesyou a great debt of gratitude for emerging m Washington unselfish and ou in A struggle between the Presiwork in their behalf nnH w Chief Keefe said the fire appar started in the band room ocated in the west end of the uilding and spread quickly into he curtains of the stage From there he said the wind vhich he estimated at about 25 miles per hour with stronger lusts caught the names and uickly spread them through the tructurc He said a college official had old him he had attended a mcet mg in the building leaving a few minutes before midnight j At Ihe height of the blaze some HO firemen were on the scene They kept a close watch on a new million science building opened only this year to make sure the flames did not spread to it The fire posed problems for the Icollcgc as to where it will hold its I basketball games his winter New quarters also will have to bei vy CJNJKU v im iv UK UIJ1C Ol Temperatures10 but planned to marshooting Judge Moore told average 5 to 10 Daly was tne Prosecutions keyjurors the burden of establishing On Wednesday the below normal S a I u r d a stlc nas testified she saw this alibi was on ihe defense antl Rritarn said they through next Ron kill Mike rnnW ci iof let U rWiin Judge Moore said that Stump Normal highs are from 17 to Miss was one of about 55 and normal lows from 30i65 witnesses in the three week to 35 degrees Warmer Saturlong triai day Colder Monday or Tucs Distnct Judge C Edwin Moore actually committed On Wednesday tlic United Staler tl Rrtnin said they were uitlin 10 ct u France IIUIL OLUUIJJ aL ii f I itllCG previous good indicated approval Soviet Deputy to by several witnesses during Minister Valerian A Zo nrneirlnnt c no defense to Judge Moore said evidence a crime11 President of the Security 1 Council this month gave in Thurs without explanation and juj ji i uta day Warmer Wednesday1 ructccl tnc Jupy of six men and Precipitation will be it could return to heavy averaging 50 lo ilia Miss SkullctVs fo name Hammarskjolds Hrst degree murder and thcimoral character and her rcpusucccssor nnniH f been introduced showing called the Security Council to inch in rain about Sunday and irst Degree murder an again about Wednesday Penalty first degree cr and life imrn murltation for tnith were bad North Iowa ii T imPrisonmenl secl Bui her testimony should be l t cy On the nsde to partly cloudy highs in 40s Saturday Iowa Generally fair through Saturday Warmer northwest Friday night lows 20 to 25 Warmer Saturday highs 40s southeast to 50s northwest1 Further with rain or snow likely Sunday temperatures Cloudy somewhat warmer Highs Saturday in 30s Snow flurries GEN FRED TANDY long deservcd and nope happy years of re dent and Eisenhower to win as The best wishes of theitircmcnl wndcncy for a political phienlisted men and officers of the To youa soldiers soldicr esophy may be m the offing entire Iowa National Guard go well done found for the annual community GlobeGazelle weather concert scries which was schedjup to 8 a m Friday uled to start Nov 13 and the Campus Players scries of plays It was the third major fire in the colleges 100 years of opera tion The main college building burned in 1889 and the structure built to replace it was destroyed Iby lire in Maximum Minimum Precipitation Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 61 19 83 27 I Editorials pagc 4 j Mason City News 67 Latest Markets 7 Society News 89 Clear Lake News 9 Sports 1112 CubGazette is Comics 16 Transit Schedule 18 North Iowa News 20 TV Guide Rollout Section LEANNA SKULTETY RONALD STUMP SAME   

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