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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 8, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             ir Daily Newspaper for Hw CITY G VOL 100 Associated Press and United Frew rntertutlonal Full Wires i The newspaper t h a t m a kes a 11 North lowans MASON CITY JOWA WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 8 1961 neighbors 7c a Copy Thls Paper Consists of Four SeeHonsSecUon No M I relond struggles u An effort to industrialize By RICHARD C WALD New York Herald Tribune News Service DUBLINThe two venerable Irishmen Pat and Mike were walking down lower OConnell street when Pat said Who was that foreigner I saw you out with last night That was no foreigner said Mike That was an Irish indus trialist from Israel There is absolutely no truth in this story as far as anyone in Dublin knows but there is an awful lot of symbolism in it be cause Ireland is in the midst of a great effort to industrialize and in the process is taking to its bosom anyone from the free world with a sound manufacturing plan and the capital to make it work In fact this small country Jack White an editor of the Irish Times has a theory that all tour ists ought to be handed a card on landing that says simply Ire land is small Ireland is is beginning to look outwards away from the internal troubles that have beset it for two genera tions toward a world it has tended to neglect Politically this is apparent at every turn The United Nations has sud denly become front page news here what with Frederick Boland having just retired as president of the Assembly Conor Cruise OBrien still stirring up the head lines in the Congo and Irish troops fighting in darkest Africa The selection campaign that has just ended here did not at all on the troubles asevery election of the past generation has done It dwelt instead on you want a quiet about economics says Robert Briscoe Dublins Lord on the projected THE WINNER YOU BET YOUR LIFE Facial expressions alone tell the story of Richard Hughes political fortunes Here the New Jersey Demo Phototax crat is hugged by his wife when his up set victory over James Mitchell for the governorship was made official os snare Dem big vote prizes GOP breaks a tradition in Kentucky y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Timor P n James f Mitchell in Uin ronfpst By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Jflmes p Democrats have captured both for governor prizes in the two big elections grinding out an upset by electing the governor in New Jersey andbjg Suns into the New Jersey easily winning the New York campaign President Kennedy and former President Harry S Tru man campaigned for Hughes mayoralty race Both elections Tuesday were campaigned for Hughes tently watched by politicians who Former Presldent Dwight D Ei regarded them as important in for Mitch Mitchell held out overnight but finally conceded defeat Wednesday morning when the count in all but 34 of the states election districts showed him more than that point as important gauging how the political winds may blow in 1962 and 1964 In New York Robert F Wag ner breezed past Republican Louis J Lefkowitz and independ ent Lawrence E Gerosa to win his third term as mayor as had been expected vrtLJt i LCVjt v ULt oLI Across the Hudson River New HuShes 1076356 Mitchell Jersey voters overturned pfedicO37n3 tions and elected Democrat Rich 4 intit i 11 i luiio t i Uwlj I LtiCi ard J Hughes over Republican Kennedy was extremely pleased California fires contained FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES LOS ANGELES The worst fire in Los Angeles history was contained Wednesday but fire men continued to fight outof control flames in another part of the Santa Monica mountains Flames crept down the brush early Monday but there were no deaths As the danger of the fires decreased an investi gation was being pushed into the possibility that the fires were set deliberately Flames were reported within a quartermile of the Josepho fighters to keep the blaze from spreading to less 1 Fire officials covered Santa Ynez Canyon Boy Scout camp in Rustic Can tpward Sunset Boulevard as fire yon where the blaze was mov tf nVif trt j1 L iI way Fire offic was 1 than said it was but that it was causing no im mediate threat Borate bombers flew into the area to dump firearresting solu tions on the tinderdry brush common market nuiu un nm uuueiuiy orusn ePubhc into the thick on the hillsides and ground crews were able hold lines on hot spots More lhan 100 firemen were reported injured battling the numerous blazes that started And therein lay the great cen tral agreement of the past few weeks The Irish did not manage to agree on who should run the country but all parries agreed beforehand on the way it should be run The drive for entry into the common market will be contin ued The drive to attract foreign capital will be continued The in ternal push to create export in dustries and to modernize busi ness will continue Failure in these ibiflgsisgoing to mean increasing emigration and emigration is both the joke and the bane of Ireland today also may mean getting left behind being permanently placed in the category of under developed nations and it is be ginning to matter deeply to the country Since Independence in 1922 Ire that independents the Republic as opposedto the six that form Northern Ireland has beenan agricultural country The decision made early and fol lowed closely was to develop local industries ing south and east at the rate of about a halfmile an hour The area was being bombed by borate and officials expected ho serious trouble there Tuesday night firemen con did not fire in the BelAir area home of1 millionaires and movie stars They drove tractors and bulldoz ers around fiery brush and cessible canyons to clear a swath 20 ttf 25 feet wide around the flames perimeter Assessing damage from the threedayold fires officials gave this estimate More than mil lion worth of property damage 259 homes destroyed all but nine in the BelAir hundreds of others badly damaged and scorched 11000 acres of moun tain watershed prime defense against spring floods destroyed Each blaze covers abput 5500 pointsthe fires were about one to two miles apart Gov Edmund G Brown who declared Los Angeles County a disaster area has appealed to President Kennedy for federal aid Many of the destroyed homes were in the class Homes destroyed included those of Burt Lancaster Joe E Brown Joan Fontaine Lukas Foss and Zsa Zsa Gabon Homes saved included those of Red Skelton Kim No vak Richard Boone Lawrence Welk Robert Taylor James Gar ner Steve Cochran Fred Mac Murray and Meredith Willson Thousands fled homes and class rooms They included former Vice President Richard M Nixon mov ie stars industrialists housewives and school children Only a few of the displaced res idents took advantage of three emergency Red Cross shelters Many congregated at the near by BeverlyHilton Hotel They clattered about the spacious lob by women trailing mink chil dren hauling toysexecutives car rying expensive paintings and jewelry 0ne man clad in cowboy clothes lugged in his saddle and two guns Most of the property damage is in the BelAir portion of the Sanla Montea Mountains the outcome in both New York and New Jersey In Gettysburg Pa a spokes man said Eisenhower planned to make no comment on the New Jersey election Virginia voters followed tradi ion by giving Democrat Albertis S Harrison the state or ganization of US Sen Harry F onesided victory over Republican H Clyde Pearson in the race for governor In Kentucky however Rcpufa of Mason City council gets new member Mason Citys council starting Jan 1 rep r f Ill I resentatves of the Associated Citizens Party and newly as Phil Skipton unseated Lloyd McGee the incumbent for the 4th Ward seat AlthoughSkipton is the only independent elected to any office in the election his election leaves only C E Leffler Walter Broadbent and Paul Ludeman of the Associated Citizens on the council Independents Dan H Shire Jr and Herve A Towner on as cooperating Mayor George E Mendon Associated Citizens Party nom inee who won reelection without opposition cannot vote to break ties on most issues before the council See election story and figures on Page 19 Thus the government encour aged oneplant in Sligo another in Wicklow another somewhere else never trying to get a con centration of businesses anywhere Each plant was protected by a high tariff wall as it had to be since it was producing on a small scale for a small market After World War 1J this was no longer viable There was no work for a population leaving the farms in greater numbers there was no market for some of the goods being produced there was sKm hope of developing exports Six years ago the country be gans to look outward for private economic help To attract the in dustrialists of the world it offered in some areas cash grants to cover up to the full cost of fac tory sites and buildings half the cost of plant machinery andequip ment plus the cost of training workers Tax concessions are thrown in as a sweetener So far 130 fjrms have come to take advantage of the offer The latest of them is the Borden Com pany Pennsy NYC to study merger plan PHILADELPHIA h Pennsylvania and New York Ccn tral Railroads agreed Wednesday to move forward as rapidly as possible toward a merger Parents back son Feathers ruffled in haircut controversy PERRY Ga AP Docs anj The father Walter C Sorrclls American teenager have a basic argued Tuesday that the ducktaii right to wear any kind of hair5is a harmless passing fancy and CHl HO V cut he chooses Yes says the father of a boy point he is going to court to prove his suspended from school for wear ing a ducktaii haircut No says the school principal and the school board Ducktaii haircuts are popular among the rock nroll set The hair is worn long and combed to a point in the back The principal Eric Staples said the school board recently banned unconventional haircuts because they sometimes were as jsocialed with delinquency the ducktaii was the kind you see on all the popular young ac FAIRanAWARMER North Iowa Generally fair through Thursday Lows Wed nesday night in mid 20s Warmer Thursday highs 4854 Iowa Generally fair through Thursday Not so cold north west Wednesday night lows in the mid 20s Warmer Thursday highs in the 50s Further out look Fair to partly cloudy and warmer Friday FiveDay Iowa Temperatures within the next five days through Monday will average 2 to 5 degrees above normal in northern Iowa Normal highs will be in the 40s Normal lows will be near 30 degrees No rainfall of consequence is ex pected Minnesota Mostly fair warmer High Thursday near 55 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Wednesday Maximum 47 Minimum 13 Sunrise Sunset 457 YEAR AGO Maximum 45 Minimum 33 Nehru JFK slate an extra session WASHINGTON President Kennedy and Indias Prime Min ister Nehru reported to be still achieve a nuclear test ban crammed an extra meeting Wed nesday into their schedules So fnrc eSntrom iiiu uieir SCnCQU CS BO tors singers and politicians far Kennedy and Nehru have dis At a hearing before the Hous ton County School Board Sor rells said his son has a basic American right to wear any hair jstyle he chooses 1 The right of choice was won Cormvallis surrendered to cussed most of the major prob lems of the cold war including Southeast Asia Berlin and nu clear testing Nehru informants said held thai a voluntary mora torium on testing should be re newed with the Soviet Union and General Washington at Yorkthat this would not slop an agrcc THE DUCKTA1L town he isscrlcd and I mean jto defend that right Stanleys mother agreed meni on controls from being How to build shelter What does one need for an adequate fallout shelter that costs only Turn to page 3 to find out how Prof Willard Libby an expert on radia tion built his in the back yard Its the third in a series of 15 articles on how to survivt an atomic blast On the inside Fallout Feature Page 3 Editorials 4 Society News 15161708 North Iowa News 21 Clear Lake News 2425 Latest Markets 28 Mason City News 2829 Comics Both parties had wheeled their 40000 behind At the vote stood 1 Thc White House reported Photo fax WINNER AGAIN Mayor Robert F Wagner and his wife raise their arms in victory salute during celebration at his headquarters in the Astor Hotef in New York City Wag ner won reelection to a third term with a victory over Re publican Louis J Lefkowitz ler called the Kentucky victories a good omen for 1962 and a victory of major proportions The mayoralty victor in Louis ville was William 0 Cowger a lortgage broker He defeated Democrat William S Milburn president of the Louisville Board of Aldermen The lone U S House seat at issue gave the Democrats another expected victory in strongly Dem ocratic Wayne County Detroit Mich Democrat Lucien N Nedzi defeated Republican Walter Czar necki in a special election to fill a vacancy in the First District The nations attention was occu pied by the barometer races in New York and New Jersey The chairman of the Democrat ic Nationai Committee John M Bailey said Wagners victory was a rebuff to New York Gov Nelson A Rockefellers efforts to use the New York mayoralty campaign to advance his own per sonal national ambitions and a warning to him that he faces a and other top posts The GOP In Washington Republican Nabehind to win dreds of towns and came from Chairman William E Mil News in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE OUR WIRE SERVICES Queen to visit Ghana LONDON Prime Minister Macmillan said n i i r macmiuan said Q euE1Zabeth Wl11 go to Ghaha on a scheduled state visit that has aroused fears for her safety among her subjects MacroJllan after meetingthe queen for 20 minutes told the House of Commons the risk at tached to this tour is no greater than that which has been present m many of her majestys previous jour JLlcV o Cardboard screens in Berlin BERLIN In a move to seal off East Berlin the sector completely the Communists have erected cardboard screens at strategic points to prevent persons on either side of the border from waving or signaling to each other Navy bomber missing BOSTON A Navy bomber with a crew of 11 was reported missing en route from the carrier Lakp in Bnms Premier Cyrille r Congo atrocities probed LEOPOLDVILLE Congo r yre Acioula Gen Joseph Moubutu and U N Gen Sean McKeown flew to Kasai Province with their top aides to investigate last weeks antiwhite riots The U N command confirmed that Congolese soldiers had turned on the areas European population anaat tacked at least eight white women in a nightlone rampage b In New Jersey Hughes was Mitchell was a nationally known figure as a member of the Eisen hower Cabinet Hex had to limp through the campaign on a brok en leg tion for never staying long in either partys stall Since the turn of the century it has elected 10 Democrat and nine Republicans as governors Eisenhower who campaigned for Mitchell had said the New Jersey results unequivocally would affect the outcome of House and Senate battles in 1962 Eisenhowers new career as a GOP political leader got a double setback in the two major contests He also cam paigned in New York for de feated GOP candidate Louis J Lefkowitz Rockefeller who bids for re election next year also col lected a couple of political shiners He campaigned hard Jor Lefkowitz with the hope of building Republican strength in the city for his 1962 statewide race SAME 512 DIED k of beautiful homes ii Los hChhnlW a r u t   

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