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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 6, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for tht ON CITY GLOBE T h e newspaper that makes all North lowans HOME EDITION VOL 100 Associated Press and United Press Internatiorjal Full Lease Wires MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY NOVEMBER 6 1961 n e i g hbo rs i To a Paper Consists of Two SectionsSection Onr No 24 SViet Nam fades away FAIRandWARMER SAIGON South Viet Nam AP Viet Nams proWestern government is slowly losing its war against Communist rebels The next few weeks may decide whether this trend speeds up or reverses Even if US troops are not sent there are expected to be large new One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGarette Editor outlays of American aid which has already totaled more than billion Officials here dont always want to be quoted on such dark views but that is the general picture There are thre major forces volved The guerrilla enemy di ected and reinforced from Com munist North Viet Nam the nited States and the 7yearold overnment of President Ngo Dinh The Communistscalled the Viet long have stepped up the war to dangerous degree in recent BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGiO I3UOI pm Sun KWIO Deuorah CUUIH pm Sun WO Ames 1640 am Tues WTAD Qiiincy 930 pm Thurs WSUI owa Gil DIOl am Sat Can Pakistan pull itself together T HOPE I AM WRONG abou Pakistan The time I one spent there made me quit dubious about the future of th Moslem nation of two wide separated parts synthetical created when India got her fu independence from Britain 1 years ago Despite a variety of hints in the iress and by officials here that riet Nam would welcome US ombat troops tl feeling is still hat President Kennedys fact inding mission led by Gen Max veil D Taylor considers this is not the time Diems government has taken a series of steps to meet the grow ng Communist threat They include proclamation of a state of emergency new revenue raising taxes military training or women and a variety o austerity moves such as three meatless days a week cuts in iiigh official salaries working government offices on Saturday afternoon and formation of mili tary units for civil service work ers Many of these moves are only psychological and much could still be done in the way of austerity in the cities The army is considered general This doubt was increased byjly loyal but many troops have a revolution in which on literally fighting every day North Iowa Generally fail Monday night and Tuesday Colder Monday night lows in the 20s Warmer Tuesday highs 4652 Iowa Generally fair throng Tuesday Warmer northwes Monday nightlows in the 20s Warmer Tuesday highs nea 50 Further outlook Parti cloudy and a little colde Wednesday Fiveday Iowa Temperature during the next five days wi average 2 to 5 degrees normal Normal high is 50 and normal 1 o w in uppe Parties test strength Edge in NY to Demos GOP looks to N Jersey NEW YORK are rated air oddson choice i 20s Precipitation will averag one of two major political con less than 10 of an inch occur ring mostly toward the end of the period Minnesota Mostly cloudy warmer snow flurries Tuesday in 40s tests but in the other race Re publicans sharply discount a Democratic claim of an upset in the making The outcome in New York City GlobeGazette am Monday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Sunrise Sunset weather High j ne Democrats are given jthe edge and in New Jersey up where they contend they are forg ing uphill likely will have a bear ing on 1962 and 1964 national races The Democrats go into the final day of campaigning with some de gree of encouragement from a weekend victory in Texas over Mother and tot Reunited after year and half OMAHA Neb say a word the judge cautioned So hough she had waited 16 months for this moment Mrs Harley Sax 23 walked into the FBI office with out a word The 4yearold blonde she found there looked at Mrs Sax In her blue eyes the watching judge saw a look of recognition 32 25 27 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Sunday night of Oct 7 1958 the Paki stan army under Mohammad Ayub Khan took over without any bloodspilling I concluded that this meant the end of what little there was of democracy in the two units of the new re public separated from each otherby a thousand miles of territory I remembered a day spent in the home of Pakistans minister of finance Amjad AH in Ka rachi back in 1957 With me on that occasion was Abe Rosen thai of the New York Times had met Amjad AH during the time he was Pakistans ambas sador in Washington and Rosen thai knew him as one of the im portant people on his southeast ern Asia news beat While sucking away at a giant watercooled pipe known as a hookah about his Maximum Minimum Precipitation 46 20 01 or years They are tired and heir officers have at times been rus ated by the political dealings hat center around Diems palace The peasants in the countryside vhere the war will be won o ost are still another matter It is generally agreed that much more could have been done both n material and psychological vays to win their allegiance Be sides of fear andvio lence the Viet Cong has been able to capitalize on abuses by civil officials and the military Yank is flown into Red Antarctic base New Zea land U S Navy plane imade the first flight of the sea 61 missing after ship qoes down TUNIS AP The 7129ton Scottish tanker Clan Keith ex jploded and sank in heavy seas the sort of GOP conservatism rep resented by Sen Barry Goldwa ter RAriz Henry B Gonzalez a libera Democrat who won a special con gressional race from Republican John Goode Jr in San Antonio Tex Saturday flew to New York to help Democratic Mayor Rober F Wagners bid for reelection Gonzalez planned appeals to Span shspeaking voters There was not much indicatio that Wagner needed Gonzalez ef orts to win over Republican State Atty Louis J Lefkowitz and City Amjad talked to us countrys problems 4past present and future He took a dim view of Indias Nehru and of Egypts Nasser Nehru hadabroken faith and Nasser had a nerve trying to set himself as chief spokes man for Islam Egypts popula tion then was 22 million Paki stans 85 million To our question of why there had been no free elections in Pakistan the cabinet minister replied Our people arent ready for it We must he said start at a low level and work up in our democracy When we turned to the geo graphical and economic aspects of Pakistans problem Amjad seemed to invoke the help ol Jinnah who looked down upon us from a huge picture frame above us on the wall of the cab inet members spacious living room Jinnah was to Pakistan what Gandhi was to India West Pakistan with its semi arid climate and camel econ omy is about the size of East Pakistan carved out heavily populated Bengal when India was split up on the basis of religions is about thesize of Louisiana It has some other characteristics in common with that state too son to the Russian Antarctic base at Mirny Monday The plane a Neptune patrol plane brought Dr Madison E Pryor of Ohio State University to the base Pryor a biologist vvil spend 16 months on the Russia base as part of an exchange program On the inside Editorials Page Society News 8910 News Quiz Sports 1516 North Iowa News 17 Latest Markets 18 Mason City News 19 Comics 20 Clear Lake News 21 Transit Schedule24 Photofax WIND CAUSED 16CAR CRASH High wind that wreaked heavy tree and communication lines dam age in Southern California also was blamed for this 16car smashup on Riverside Freeway near Corona The cars were tossed together and 25 persons in jured none Iowa income tax receipts dip but picture healthy7 unday night off the north Tunis an coast Sixtyoneof her 68 Eul opean officers and Pakistani rewmen were reported missing S cv en picked p including the ships captain aid a radio message from the cene The ship owners said one f the rescued crewmen died lat Compiroller Lawrence E Gerosa a Democrat running as an inde pendent Gonzalez had said he hoped to campaign also in New Jersey for Democrat Richard J Hughes in his contest with Republican James P Mitchell for the governorship But New Jersey Democratic lead ers didnt show much enthusiasm for this idea r The seven were picked up by he British freighter Durham rader Radio messages intercepted in Tunis said the Clan Keith exploded around midnight and sank in sev eral minutes A storm had bat ered the North African coast during the night President Kennedy former President Harry S Truman and former President Dwight D Ei isenhower all have had a hand in he New York City and New Jer ey contests Kennedy gave a ongdistance endorsement to Gon zalez and Eisenhower campaigned jersonally in Texas for Goode Lefkowitz was given only an DES MOINES nue from Iowas income tax laws declined about in the year ending June 30 1961 the tax commissions annual re port said Monday Despite the decline in the overall total George L Good director of the lax commission said it did not reflect an un nealthy financial said both farmers and laborers paid more personal state income taxes in the latest fiscal yea than they did in the year endin June 30 1960 The 1961 figure showed per serial income taxes of 632and corporations added an other a grand to tal Of The I960 total figure was The young Albuquerque NM mother broke into tears The child ran into her amis There was no question said Judge Seward L Hart after the reunion Sunday that the girl was Breiida Marlcne Jennings daugh er of Mrs Sax by a previous mar riage She had disappeared from icr grandparents home in Guth rie Okla June 27 19GO The mother had sought the child in 14 states but it was the FBI and Judge Hart of the Oma ha Juvenile Court who finally brought them together Judge Hart and Thomas Gearty agent in charge of Ihc Udall conquers Mt Fuji despite wind and cold TOKYO of nosf beautifulmountainsin thc Omaha FBI office said they had vorld 63080 or more tha he latest fiscal year Individual returns showed a ncrease in 1961 of nearly 000 but corporations declined nearly in the same year 0 wipe out the gain The report snowed that the laborer was the leading income taxpayer shelling out nearly million up slightly from a year earlier Farmers paic nearly million also slight ly up to take in occupation group listing The number of individuals who had to pay state income taxes increased from 543794 in 1960 to 556295 in 1961 Thai was the expert opiriibh of US Interior Secretary Stewart UdaHin commenting on Ml Fuji he almost mystical snow shrouded Japanese mountain Udall had just returned from Fujis 12395foot summit Begin ning at a climbing station at the 8000foot level Udall had zippet up the mountains side in five hours and 15 tancing some of Japans bes climbers one US Marine and a josse of newsmen and photogra hers It was a re a 1 snowandice vonderland on top Udall said This is an experience I will carry withme as long as I live pieced together this story Tho night Brenda disappeared she had been permitted to accom pany Billy Don Nelson 29 of Outline a family friend on an errand Nelsonand the child van ished In August 1960 neighbors Omaha reported a Httle girl cry ing at an upstairs window The child officers found behind a dou blepadlocked door had dyed hair winds interior of 5060 secretary saic mph whippcc Fujis summit and almost blew me NOTED NEGRO DIES NEW YORK IBDr Channing H Toabias 79 nationally known Negro leader and militant but moderate died Sunday She was healthy but the roomfwas ilthy The man who posed as her ather used the name of Jack AVil banks He had served a 10day vagrancy sentence Working with the name Wil banks Judge Hart and the FBI learned of the missing girl in Okla homa Wilbanks is the name of Mrs Saxs parents with whom Brenda had been staying FBI said a comparison of pictures indicated tfie man who used the Wilbanks name in Omaha and Billy Don Nelson are the same individual He is sought under a federal warrant charging unlaw ful flight Geartysaid The 19yearold ship was owned by ihe Clan Line Steamers of Hasgow She sailed from South hampton Oct 28 for Ceylon with a cargo of chemicals steel filing and cast iron pipe You cansurviveatomicattack SAME make it close in a city that is 31 Democratic In New Jersey the journeys ol the political Mohammeds to the mountains seemed to have had little outward affect on the out come of a race for governor Ken nedy Eisenhower and Truman al the state with receptions hat varied in enthusiasm Supporters of Hughes were pre dicting that their candidate would vin by a whisker Sen Harrison said he is N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Armour raps nowater order WASHINGTON One of the nations largest meat packers said that Agriculture Secretary Orville Freemans new order forbidding the watering of hams was arbitrary and capricious Armour and Co made the charge in a suit asking federal district court to void Freemans order Milk strike continues NEW YORK Lengthy peace talks in a Team A republic and member of the sters Union strike that has caused a 13day milk British Commonwealth Pakistan drought in the city and on Long Island were recessed after management negotiators claimed exhaustion The walkout of 10000 milk truck drivers and plant workers has shut off the normal daily flow of eight million quarts of milk to 10 million residents outside chance to nose out Wag ner but GOP Gov Nelson A Rockefeller cheerfully put some of his 1962 and 1964 blue chips clown on the line in the hope that newspaper 15 vital ar tides on what you can do if nuclear war strikes Here is the first Knowing what to do increases chances 100 times EDITORS NOTE A Nobel prize winner who is Americas best known authority on fall out and radiation has written By PROF WILLARD F LIBBY For I built a fallout shel ter in my backyard It gives my family 100 times more chance of surviving nu clear fallout than if I had done nothing This poor mans shelter is just one example of many prac tical things you can es Williams JL JMJ bcuu uu 101 u willing to bet that an upset is in pecially KNOW ABOUT for the making and Hughes will bcisurvival insurance if all efforts the winner lto kccP Peace fail Sen Clifford P ase RNJ said in a separate interview he is The key to survival is under standing the hazards the cf confident Mitchell Eisenhowersfccts of nuclear weapons so you former secretary of labor willlcan make intelligent decisions take it handily Sam Zagoria Mitchells Campaign manager predicted a 100000 margin for his candidate out of an expected 2 225000 vote ranks as the sixth most popu lous country in the largest Moslem land Of its 94 million people at this time 86 per cent are Mohammedans Its hope for future growth is in West rather than East Pakistan and it will hinge in large measure on better utilization of its water resources Were coming along all right Amjad assured us All we need is a little time Dont try to rush us This latter admonition of course he shoukihave addressed to the Pakistanis for within a year and a half of that meeting Ayub Khan and his junta had taken over Amjad AH and his chief President Iskander Mirza Turn to 2 USatomic lead lost UNITED NATIONS Russia charged that the United States plans to resume atmospheric nuclear tests in the Pacific because it fears it has lost its atomic leadership to the Soviet Union New crime syndicate drive LAS VEGAS Nev TheU S Justice Depart ment has picked Las Vegas as the launching site for a new drive against national crime syndicates The chairman of the State Gaming Control Board Ed Olsen Reno immediately promised to support the drive but he said the announcement of the investiga tion sounded just a little bit sensational 60 SO and take intelligent action The smart man has TOO times more chance than the man who oesnt know what to expect or o do Ignorance can kill just as it tills the little child who runs in ront of an automobile You can avc your life easily You can easily lose it Do you know for example hat Even if a bomb exploded nearby you would have an hour or longer to take or prepare shelter before the fallout ar rived Fortyeight hours after radio PROFESSOR LIBBY AND HIS BACKYARD SHELTER nor per gerous as when it fell Fallout is one of the biggest j brush or wash away this radio1 yourself if you arc in the verycr than the sun or a flash of active dust center of a target when it relightning no You could build a shelceives a direct hit FIVE DAYS LEFT With Friday evening the deadline for the 19S1 Mason City Com munity Chest campaign it stands at 82 per cent of the quota Chairman Al Kedrock Monday appealed to the solicitors to get their work done Thats all thats neces sary to reach quota he de clared in unless you were doing what it is T potential killers in nuclear ancl t But millions of us win not bc If you sense it dont look af pons By this fallout f dont mean the relatively small amountSof all life on earth hun knew what youthcre jit U could blind you And many thousands near Throw yourself instantly to Fallout will not mean the end coming from high air bursts ofjdreds of bombs were exploded nuclear tests I mean the thoui All these are facts They and sands of tons of radioactive facts answer Yes to the and materials vaporized andmany questions people are ask madc radioactive by a greatjing which all add up to this center ofdestruction could surthe ground and preferably be vive with knowledge and some protection such as teclion la building a curb of a street a culvert even a tree anything First let us assume you are to put proteciLion between you burst near or on the ground This fallout behaves like ordi Is there really anything we can do nary dust except it is hot11 1 cannot tell you ttiSre is a There arc ways to clean up i simple cheap way to protect 1 caught in the most defenseless in the open with noWarning an attack is com ing The first sign is a tremendous light thousands of times bright and that flash Lie as flat as you can With the light the first effect is prompt or instant radiation from the nuclear burst It is X   

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