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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 7, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North towaa Daily Newspaper Edited for ttw ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper that makes ail North lowans neighbors HOME EDITION VOL 100 nd United Frew IntenuHonoJ Full Wire MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY NOVEMBER 7 1961 7o Paper Consists of Two No 21 US keeps its hands off Cuba Popularity of Castro slumps By DAVID WISE New York Tribune News Service WASHING President Kennedyis convinced that Cuban Premier Fidel Castros popularity at home is going steadily down hill As a result administration policy toward Cuba is to en courage this slippage in popu larity but do nothing that would make the bearded Cuban dicta tor a martyr at home and elsewhere in Latin America Mr Kennedy has told intimates there will be no invasion of Cuba and that the use of mill tary force wont solve oui problem The Communist target the President is known to feel is all of Latin America There fore he believes the United States must view the problem in these broader terms and at all costs avoid any action that would again create the kind of sympathy Castro enjoyed in Latin America after the AprTlt invasion of his country by Unit ed Statesbacked Cuban exiles Kennedys view is that the Cuban premiers popularity peaked during and just after the April invasion but has de clined steadily since then His view is based on reports of in ternal events in Cuba filtering to Washington through the gov ernments intelligence and in formationgathering branches All of this represents a radi cal shift in administration pol icy in the six months since the illfated invasion of the Carib bean Island by rebels armedanc trained vlntelli KIM NOVAK HOSES ROOF ANOTHER PLUSH HOME UP IN FLAMES Photofax JOE E BROWN IS HELPLESS Nikita admits fallout bad MOSCOW ft Soviet Premier Khrushchev told a cluster of newsmen at a reception that the Soviet Union will drop nuclear testing when the others stop Earlier Tuesday he acknowledged hat nuclear testing is harmful to health We will stop when the others stop Khrushchev said in an swer to a question by correspondents If the West continues testing there will be more tests here This was a reflection of the Soviet device of blaming the West for beginning the testing of nuclear weapons although actually the moratorium was broken by the Soviet Union To further questions at a party honoring the 44th anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution Khrushchev also said the Soviet Union does not want to hustle the West into a needlessly fast response on the Berlin But when asked how long the Soviet Union would wait he re plied Not indefinitely Khrushchev also denied re ports published in the West that three Soviet cosmonauts had been killed in midOctober in an attempted launching of a Sputnik Moreover he added no immediate launching of an other manned Sputnik is con templated North Generally fair He conceded nuclear tests are lhrough Wednesday Locally harmful to health but insisted coWer Tucsday nighti lows 22 universal disarmament is tne only answer FAIR sion issued orders and took part in the hourbyhour decisionmak ing After theinvasion failed Mr Kennedy announced he took sole responsibility Now the wheel has come full circle and the administration is opposed not only to the use of force but to any action that might once again place Castro in the martyr role For this reason Kennedy has so far re jected suggestions that trade with Cuba be cut off entirely For this would once again give Castro a chance to blame the United States As it is USCuban trade is down to a relative trickle From a totaltwoway trade of 000000 a few years ago trade is now down to million US exports limited to foodstuffs and million in imports mostly tobacco and fruit While no official action has teen taken to stop imports from Cuba the Kennedy administra tion is believed to be exploring ways of further cutting down fire unchecked 27 Highs Wednesday 4146 Therc is talk of the harmhowa Mostly fair through Wed ncsday Lows Tuesday night in the 20s Highs Wednesday in the 40s Further Fairto partly cloudy and a little warmer Thursday More than 200 mansions lost in worst blaze ful affects of experimental nu clear explosions on peoples health the Soviet premier was quoted by the Soviet News agen cy Tass Yes it has been scientifi cally established that they are Minnesota Clearing and colder harmful to health Highs Wednesday in 40s But the use of nuclear weap GlobcGazctlc wcalhcr data ons in war is a mi lion times g a Tuesday more dangerous not only lor the peoples health but for the LOS ANGELES AP Two isastrous fires threatened Tues ay to join and burn oceanward n a 10mile front that officials said would threaten a whole new ommunity fashionable Pacific Palisades The major multimilliondollar worst in Southern Call ornia had de stroyed more than 200 costl lomes including those of sucl ilm stars as Burt Lancaster Joe E Brown and Zsa Zsa Gabor ExVice President Richard M Nixon was among those who fled the flames Monday The larger fire sprawled out of yons explosively dry brush dur ing the night a companion fire ropping somewhat in the can Maximum that also moved to broke within control Tuesday like an ugly flaming crown in the Hollywood out Monday slightly more than a mile of the BelAir fire The Topanga fire had raged through 4000 acres the BelAil through 3200 Only Rustic Can hills Santa Monica Mountains yon which has a lew expensive range above swank BelAir and homes separated the two Brentwood Officials said the fires probably Eating through Topanga Canwill join forming a 10mile flam ing southward all of heavily pop julated Pacific Palisades near th ocean wouldbel in danger th officials said The two fires al inf ons It is very probable they will burn together to form one front mlcss the water bombers can lold them off The planes be cause of lack of water pressure are the only thing stopping it Firemen in the area were at tempting to save homes scat tered throughout the area bu hadto begin massing on aline 40 27 that these weapons arc ot being produced to bc kept n storage On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 1011 Sports 1314 Photofax NIXONS FLEE Former Vice President and Mrs Nixon leave their rented home in the Hollywood hills to spend the night in a hotel be cause of a raging brush fire which destroyed more than 200 homes and almost touched theirs White smoke curls up from behind the trees at the rear of the Nixon home Willsons home is threatened Movie i movie and TV personality imports through unofficial acwcre hard wt by the lolal vote may bc tion andquiet persuasion Monica mountain fire peeled Mason City voting The contest for seats on the Mason City city council brought out a record vote Tucsday by pm There were 1790 bal lots casl at that hour as compared with 760 in the last city election two years ago Tuesday the voters had a choice between four candidates for councilman at large and two candidates for each of the second and fourth ward seals There was only one candidate Tuesday for each of the offices of mayor police judge and treasurer but two candidates for each of the three park com missioner posts Two years ago with only three city council seats amrnoother offices to fill the final count for the day vas 3007 votes cast That was more than were cast in the election of four years ago but less than half the record for a city election or even the near record of 6418 of 1953 There are 15802 voters reg istercd this year as compared to 14808 two years ago and ready were only three or miles from that community four Fire Inspector Harold Matson Isaid at noon the situation was serious although winds were just above the Palisades We tionsfor the worst said Count Fire Chief Keith Klinger Men and equipment in larg numbers moved into the southci end of the Topanga Canyon hoi causts Twentyfour bombers 12 or cacli fire were loaded for Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 33 42 26 Kennedys conviction that GasComposer Meredith Willson tros popularity is slipping is stm is listed as among the more based on a number of factors but fire department of chiefly the apparently growing ficials wercnt sure It was im goviet influence in cuba coupled sible to determine they said with a deteriorating economic whose home was burned and situation whose was saved In recent weeks there have Willsori and his wife Eini are been parades and other forms vacationing in Europe Their of organized opposition to GasMandeville Canyon home at last v frtfVirtlirt a i 11 i The vote by precincts as com pared to two years ago up to afternoon are tro by the Catholic Church a selfcriticism meeting of Cuban government production chiefs for failure to meet their goals and other evidence that not well on the island report was untouched although many in the vicinity were dam aged Most were cleared of fur nishings Camel driver denies he lags in his payments KARACHI Pakistan Bashir Ahmed the camel driver who visited the United States as guest of Vice President Lyn don B Johnson was threatenec Tuesday with a court sviit charg ing he failed to meet his Iments on his camel A letter from the attorney of IPhool Shah former owner of the camel contended Bashir still owed 1400 rupees on the animal he purchased in Septem ber 1957 North Iowa News 15 Mason City News1617 Clear Lake News 19 39 STORM VICTIMS ATHENS Greece vic tims and rescue squads continued Tuesday searching the wreckage left by the worst storm in Athen ian memory a deluge that took aylight bombing of the flames vith a fireretarding boratc soluj ion Minor injuries to 10 firemen in he BelAir fire were reported The Weather Bureau predicted gusty northeast winds decreasing slowly iii the mountains and be ow coastal canyons Tuesday More than 2000 persons had 39 lives and injured 350 Iowa Safctj Deyarlmcnt While Flag Means No Traflle Death in Past Hours N ews in a nu tshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES been evacuated from one of the lations richest residential areas Residents leaving the area with rmloads of possessions leading Worses pets and children sug jested refugees fleeing from war Wild animals scrambled alon Beverly Glen Boulevard Flames had ravaged their native haunts Crime crackdown expanded CHICAGO Atty Gen Robert F Kennedy said gamblers in every section of the nation are curtailing their illegal activities in the face of the most extensive crime legislation since the Dillinger era Our war against organized crime is just begin ning and we have R long way to Prec Wl PI P2 W2 Pi P2 Pi 1961 129 208 289 198 309 275 of Willsons associates all is One Morton Da Costa producer of When a Cuban citizen is pickTnc Musjc Man was among W3 W3 PI267 P 2 115 The comparisons reflect the fact that contests for ward 1959 56 78 130 87 158 63 147 41 council scats are in the 2nd and cd up for questioning by the Cuban G2 nowadays the ques tions are asked by Cubans according to reports reaching Washington Officials here feel that this growing So viet and Communistbloc influ ence is resented by Cubans This is reflected in part by the continuing flow of refugees from Cuba to the Miami area at risk of limb Whether all this is wishfu thinking on the part of the ad ministration or whether Castro really is heading downhill fast the Kennedy administration i now looking at the main targe ELECTED A C Frisk president of the Mason City Brick and Tile Co Tuesday was elected president of the Structural Clay Products In stitute He was elected at the annual convention of the Na tional Association of Brick and Tile Manufacturers in Washington D C William S the 100 guests evacuated from the fashionable BelAir Hotel But it was known that hillstdfe omes burned in the blaze in cluded those of academy award America If Castro were out tomor row said one high official there would still be the prob lem of Communism in Sout America The Communists ar trying to subvert Latin Amer let inner Burt Lancaster actress Zsa Zsa Gabor comedian JoeE Brown actress Joan Fontaine anc producer Walter Wanger Others destroyed belonged to omedian Arnold Stang western singer Tex Williams actress Re becca Wells and Jay C Flippen Flames licked the garage near he entrance of Red Skeltons fiveacre hattrhilliondollar es tate The home of Miss Ga bor loaded with paintings jew elry and furs was a smoking ruin All that was left of Lancasters married Monday motel here The hillside home were twosmoking chimneys a watersoaked base ball diamond a burnt exercise bicycle and barbells way back to the motel the were hit by acar and CHEE ROCHESTER NY W Thieves who took a carton iron a truck Monday were in for surprise The carton containe 12 jackintheboxes facturcr was elected vice president George Gammic llinois brick maker was re elected treasurer and J J Ccrmak Washington D C reelected secretary council scats art m me iiiu auu 4th Wards this year rather than Selis Tennessee brick manu ist and 3rd Wards as in 1959 virn True comparison also is diffi cult because pricinct boundar es have been changed some what Elderly pair killed f shortly after wedding MIAMI Okla M Harry S Angel 72 and Georgia Dicker son Angel 73 both of Kansa City were night at a walked across the street to restaurant for dinner On thei Magnates movie stars schoo children and housewives fled from Shah who lives 150 miles homeand classrooms to escnp northeast of here in Nawabsah the blaze Monday Fire official charged Bashir had paid only called it the most damaging in 300 rupees S63 so far and dcSouthern California history mandccl he pay the balance or Nixon whose rented home esj ace legal action leaped the flames said I have Bashir threw back his head seen trouble al over the world and roared with laughter when but nothing like this he heard the translation of the Some of the movie stars homes Englishlanguage registered letreportedly cost more than er from Shahs lawyer HelOOO denied the charges saying he The main fire is in rugged bad finished payments on the mountainous terrain extending camel long ago westward to the sea and dividing Earlier Bashir was received Los Angeles and its western sub by Pakistani President Mohamurbs The sprawling blaze is mcd Ayub Khan in an audience roughly 10 miles northwest of and told him The American downtown Los Angeles and three people received me like a miles northwest of Beverly Hills brother QUAKE FELT 19th POLARIS SUB PORTLAND Ore UPI A WASHINGTON UPI The severe earthquake the fourth in Navy will name its IQlh Polaris the greater Portland area since missile submarine the Daniel August jarred residents o Webster The nuclearpowered northwest Oregon and southwes sub will be launched April 1 Washington late Monday for 28 1963 and be commissioned in seconds but caused little dam the fleet in January 1964 age Jenny loses force MIAMI Hurricane Jenny lost a little power and remained almost stationary in midAtlantic lessening a threat to the disabled iron ore carrier Venore caught in the storms gales Voters froop to WASHINGTON across the nation went to the polls Tuesday in scattered offyear elections The Democrats and Republicans appeared likely to share the New York City and governor of New Jersey Red China vote nears UNITED NATIONS The United States worked behind the scenes at the United Nations seeking support for a move to head off a General Assembly vote on Red Chinas bid for a UN seat With the assembly session at the halfway mark the world body must act soon on the controversial Chinese seating issue placed on its agenda for the first time since the Communists took over the main land in 1949 Adenauer is reelected BONN Konrad Adenauer 85 was elected to a fourth term as chancellor of West Germany by a majority of eight votes Itsa fact 95 CAN survive Ablast EDITORS NOTE A Nobel prize winner who is Americas best known authority on fall out and radiation has written for this newspaper 15 vital ar ticles on what you can do if nuclear war Here is the second By PROF WILLARD LIBBY Many Americans are deceiv ing themselves about Hbombs and their effects What arc the chief fallacies and theiacts Fallacy Defense is hopeless Shelters cannot really help Fact Ninety to 95 per cent of us survive with proper pro tection Fallacy Fallout poisoning after a war would kill all life everywhere Fact This is pure tiction Deaths from local closein fall out could bc very high if people didnt have fallout shelter pro tection But the worldwide ra diation levels after a war would have delayed effects just about comparable to those from the normal radiation levels in some parts of the world at present x Fallacy There is nov hope for me if a bomb explodes within a few miles of me Fact While there is no hope if youre directly underneath fallout shelters could protect from blast many persons at marginal distances from the center Fallacy A bomb is bound to explode right over MY head Fact Over the heads of each of 180 million Americans Fallaey It would be impos sible to set up civilized life again if cities and factories were de stroyed and farmlands dusted with fallout Fact Great areas would not be touched including many   

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