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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 4, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited far T h e U I CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 109 newspaper that makes all North I Associated Pres and United Preu Full Uas Wires WACOM riTV MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY NOVEMBER 4 1961 OWQ ns neighbors troops to Viet Nam 7c Paper Consists of Two SeeHonsStcliou On NO n WASHINGTON AP Gen Maxwell E Taylor just returned from Southeast Asia has indi cated he would not recommend sending US troops to Communist threatened South Viet Nam Taylor made his report to Pres ident Kennedy Friday in a two hour conference Officials said Taylor recom mended a series of actions for strengthening South Viet Nam North Iowa Mostly f Therell be changes X I on maps All because of Stalin By JOHN G WARNER WASHINGTON UPI Place names like heroes come and go in the Soviet Union And as the Kremlin goes so go its satellites Stalin Bulgaria that countrys laregst port on the Black Sea used to be Varna Now its Varna again Naturally the Gulf of Stal against Communist guerrilla at tacks What he told Kennedy was not revealed by the White House But Taylor told newsmen earlier upon landing at Andrews Air Force Base that human re sources in South Viet Nam are adequate thus indicating he did not plan to recommend sending US forces there now The White House said Kennedy would consider Taylors report after Secretary of State Dean Rusk returns Sunday from the Far East Also at Fridays conference was Walt W Rostow deputy special assistant to the President for na tional security affairs He accom panied Taylor to Southeast Asia Jay W Gildner associate White House press secretary would not comment on reports that Taylor had recommended the United States increase its aid to South Viet Nam rather than send US forces there at this time The generals party spent seven days in South Viet Nam and two days in Thailand Among military changes recom mended to Kennedy by Taylor said officials were these was in is now the Gulf of Varna Orasul Stalin Romania Brasov for centuries and its Brasov again In fact map makers at the National Geogrophic Society say the posthumous disgrace of Josef Stalin is likely to precipitate a flood of abrupt changes on the map principally places bearing the name CTARNH Just guessing the cartograph ers expect to insert XPYIIIEB for a lot of CTARNHs CTARNH is an Englishletter approximationofthe Russianfor Stalin and XPYIIIEB means pre dictably Khrushchev The changes to Varna Bulgaria and Brasov Romania are the first the cartographers have no ticed But hey said more than a hundred towns mountains lakes and the like in Russia and east ern Europe bear the name Stalin which means made of One of the hardest to stamp out the geographers suggested may be Russian symbol of World War I resistance to the Nazis The Russians are unlikely in this case to fall back on its old The big Hungarian industrial city on the Danube Dunapentele has sometimes been called Stal invaros sometimes not said a National Geographic statement Right now its still Stalinvaros According to reports the geog raphers said East Berlin com munists intend to dismantle their big Stalin monument and rename the nearby street Leninallee in stead of Stalinallee There are the cartographers said 62 Staiinskis 7 Stalinos 2 Stalinsks and 2 Stalinskoes Also theres a Stalinabadski Stalin skoye Stalinirsku Stalinka Stal inoZavodski Stalingradski and Staliniri A municipal district in greater Baku is simply called Stalin and there is a Stalin Peak in the Re public of Tadzhik as well as Stalin peak in Czechoslovakia the highest in the Carpathian moun tains There is a precedent for chang ing names The National Gco graphics 1945 map of Russia1 showed six Moiotov place names There isnt a single one on the latest map Jury continues deliberation in Better and faster collection of ilelligence to enable the South Viet Nam army to strike back at guerrillas more swiftly Reorganization of the armys command structure to give of ficers in the field more authority to make decisions Improved communications be tween government army head quarters and outlying villages Intensification of training being provided by US guerrilla war fare specialists and by military advisers Another cold wave ahead It was warmer over most of lowa Saturday but the Weather Bureau warned that a new cold front was bearing down on the state Skies will be overcast Saturday night and Sunday with rain or now in the northwest and show through Sunday Turning cold er Saturday night and Sunday Low Saturday in thc 20s High Sunday 2634 Scattered snow flurries likely Sunday Iowa Partly cloudy and windy with snow squalls Turning considerably colder Sundaj partly cloudy and much cold er Low Saturday 15 northwest to 20s southeast High Sunday 20s northwest to 30s southeast Outlook for Monday Partly cloudy with continued cold GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Saturday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Sunrise Sunset 39 22 31 Fog and rain Udall eyes snowy peak of Mt Fuji STATION Mt FU Interior Secre tary Stewart Walls plan to climb Japans sacred Mt Fuji ran into thickclinging fog and cold rain Saturday But members of Udalls partj said the secretary still intended to make a start at daybreak Sun day for the summit Udall was moving up Mt Fujis lower slopes to this 5th station og hut perched at the 5000foo level by jeep over a twisting trai barely visible in heavy fog Udall will spend the night here and start climbing to the 12397 foot peak at first light Sunday The goahead for the ascent W been given the 41yearold mem ber of President Kennedys cab met by veteran Japanese moun tameer Saburo Matsukata 61 who will lead Udall in the climb Matsukata vice chairman of the Japan Alpinists Association ques tioned a party of students who returned from Fujis summit Fri day They reported about 15 inches n Berli promised by concessions af rerstorms south and east Lows Saturday night will range from the 20s in the northwest to around 40 in the southeast It will be colder Sunday and considerably colder in the north west Highs Sunday will be in the 20s in the northwest and the 40s in the southeast NEW CHURCH CENTER NEW YORK MVThe Methodist Church announced plans Friday for a interdenomina tional church center for the pro motion of peace and the study of international affairs covered the peak but said winds that had reached 66 miles an hour the night before had abated Though delighted tha Udall is getting an opportunity to fulfill his longstanding ambition of climbing Japans most famous mountain Japanese are taking no chances ORGY BYDOGS MOUNT ANGEL Ore wjTwo Labrador dogs got into a pen at the Stanley Slynstad Chicken Farm Friday and killed 950 chick ens The dogs owned by neigh News in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SFPvirrc OUR WIRE SERVICES City takes over milk plant Of other histi ti n i SUPply hosPitals and othei institutions during a Teamsters strike that has flow miik into N ssia Softer line is taken FAMILY OF U THANT Members of the p hold of U Thant the United Nations actrne secreta J general are pictured at United Nations NY when he was elected to thepo by thj f vote of n Assembl Thants SltS beSUle 4auter Aye Aye Myintu Behind On the inside Editorials Page 4 Comics 5 Church Features 67 Mason City News 89 Latest Markets 9 Society News 1011 Sports 1314 The Surveyor 77 Business News 1819 Transit Schedule 20 No decision on plan for redistricting MARENGO AP District ourt Judge Clair Hamilton says t will be at least a week before a We still prefer troika say Sovietis in approvirig Thant hall that he was taking the job with no strings attached Taking the oath he swore not S2 Eft UNITED NATIONS N Y AP mildmannered Buddhist from Burma took over Saturday as act ing secretarygeneral endorsed by all 103 U N members but faced with a host of unsettled problems A sixweek deadlock ended Fri day when the General Assembly unanimously elected U Thant tion on thc main point career diplomat to fill that had held up EastWest on his appointment late Dag Hammarskjolds term how many advisers he should But the Soviet Union made aV He Saki he would invkc a rnaQe iimitcc numbcr of j N lmdcr my prin Hc said these op aides wotil include Ralph Bundle of thc Wants talks to resume ROM OUR WIRE SERVICES MOSCOWThe Soviet Union appeared Saturday to be ready or Berlin negotiations with the West at any level the United tales wishes Soviet Premier Khrushchev las already removed any year end leadline for signing a Ger man peace treaty relieving some of the lime pressure on possible summit talks It would seem now that low cvcl contacts could be resumed vhich would build up to thc ligher levels as thc issues be come more defined Khrushchev told Italian cab net member Giuseppe Codacct Pisanelli that the Soviet Union wants negotiations and that negotiations mean not only to receive concessions but to make concessions East German Communist parly boss Walter Ulbricht ar riving in East Berlin from Mos cow said he believed that re cent talks between American and Russian representatives have made possible realistic negotiations Norwegian Foreign Minister ffalvard Lange announced to government or other authority external to the United Nations U Thant also put forth his posi decision can be expected on a insisted that the United NT to declare unconstitutionaltions should be run by a troika an lOUa Spnntn UiJlKa w cia my pi JJ1 mg speeches that it had advisers on important ques only to a stopgap solution No verdict in bus burning AN AI eV Stump case DES MOINES jury of six men and six women who al ready have deliberated the fate of Ronald M Stump for more than mcn must K next on charges growing l ewbUrnn a Greyhound Bus carrying last US District for nine hours and was unable to agree Co r n r fiw mim 7 dlberated thc on e reportine Adenauers reelection set tinn Adenauers reelec is vi for the fourth time accented y His Christian Democratic party ernment m einment with the Free Democrats areement a coalition gov wi aiump tor more than n 10 hours resumed Saturday try KUSK Visits South Korea ing to reach a verdict ir his mur der trial Stump 22 an honor graduate of the University of Iowa is charged with first degree murder in the slaying of Michael Daly 22 of Des Moines in front of the Daly home last June 9 After three weeks of testimony by about 65 witnesses District Judge C Edwin Moore handed the case to the jury it am Friday in th v ind vill rnnf 7 Seretary of State Dean Rusk arrived reS 24 hour visit and firm PronIsed Koreans the United States t ended ST them its support Rusk who ived on economic meeting in Japan ar h JJJasion to assure the new Korean govern that the United States is standing behind it Nkrumahs statue damaged Gliala A explosion ble Ghanas an Iowa Senate redistricting Constitutionality of the plan is 3etng challenged by Charles L Selzer of Homestead Judge Ham Iton took the case under advise ment Friday State Sen D C Nolan Rlowa 3ity attorney for SeUer argued hat the plan is unconstitutional because some of the senators in he legislature will not be elected by people in the new coun ies they will represent He also contended the plan is nvalid because some senators will serve fouryear terms whereas the state Constitution provides for fouryear terms Atty Gen Evan Hullrnan rep resenting the defendants Secre tary of State Mclvin D Synhorsl and Iowa County Attorney Gordon Willis said the Washington State Supreme Court had ruled it wasnt necessary for senators to serve fouryear terms Hultman pointed out that some senators always have been elected for terms of less than four years when there is a vacancy in of fice Nolan outlined in court a redis tricting plan he said would not violate the Constitution But he conceded he hadnt offered it in the Senate during the 1961 ses sion Hultntan said thc plan passed by the 1961 legislature is jusl as constitutional as Nolans Jackie Kennedy to visit India Pakistan WASHINGTON un Jacque line Kennedy who already has visited five foreign countrids in her 10 months as First Lady ias scheduled an unofficial and private visit to India and Pak istan starting about Nov 20 She will be gone about two weeks according to a While House announcement made late Friday U Thant stressed in his brief acceptance speech to diplomats blue and gold BOMB VICTIMS ALGIERS Algeria Eleven persons were injured Friday night in 25 terrorist plas d tic bomb explosions here did not name any others Diplomats speculated fhat U Thant would need an able corps of assistants to help him through such problems as finding mil lion by midDecember to keep thc N Congo force going until the U S Ambassador Llewellyn Thompson was reported to be authorized to present to Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko a formal note on thc subject of negotiations All these indications added i e assembly decides what its to an abrupt change in aU program will be mosphcrc from just a week ago He also has on his desk suchwlictl Soviet and American hot potato issues as Ihc faced each other for ti zation of the U N slaff broughthours across the tense Fried up by Soviet Premier crossing point on and now under debate and thelnc EastWest Berlin border carrying outrufthevast technical assistance programs upon which S V Hammarskiold D a c n d hnw bclcVcc thc Soviels would keep Hammarskjold placed thcovicls would keeP Llvylhc diplomatic front stirred up with such moves as seeking de fense consultations with Fin land and charging U S inter vention in Viet Nam while re maining ready to talk U S officials said Ihcsc zigs and zags all appeared part of one overnil tactic This was he familiar carrot and stick alternately sending out messages of hope and fear reasonableness and designed to produce a Western xcaclion for accommodation with Russia The tactic is particularly aimed at neutral and smaller western nations in hopes they will bring pressure for Allied negotiations Russia and perhaps concessions out of fear of nuclear war 204 dead counted in wake ofstorm BELIZE British Honduras fPl bodies dug out from it he ruins of the courthouse raised thc death toll of hurricane Hatti Saturday to 204 Cleanup crews found the bodies in the smashed British colonial admin istralion building where resi fled for refuge when the storm struck early Tuesday jThis capita city remained par All business places were lout of operation ANNIVERSARY GREETING FOR gOPE Antonio CardinUI Cagpiano oC was one or seveni rpiomnni SfpJSlSS thi UTvaScS hiS hiS f IL otofax tor the sacred college of cardinals Au dience one of several ceremonies SAME   

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