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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 14, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Hon CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 100 Associated Press anfl United Press FulJ Leas Wire The newspaper t h a t Ices o 11 Norfh Mowans t MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY NOVEMBER 14 1961 HOME EDITION neighbors 7c a Paper Consists of Three SectionsSection One UN investigators report No 31 Lumumba executed not slain UNITED NATIONS NY AP UN investigating commis sion expressed belief Tuesday Patrice Lumumba former Congo premier was executed last Janu ary in the presence of high Ka tanga officials including Premier Moise Tshombe The commission described as staged the account by Katan ga officials that Lumumba and two other associates were killed by tribesmen Feb 12 On the contrary the commis sion said it accepts as tially true evidence indicating Lu mumba and his associates were killed Jan 17 after their arrival in a villa not far from Elisabeth ville the Katanga capital It was not until Feb 13 that the Katanga radio first announced death of he fiery Congolese lead er Considerable doubt was voiced at the time over the veracity of the announcement and the com missions findings substantiated claims that Lumumba had been put to death long before his death was announced The UN General Assembly es tablished the commission last April upon recommendation by the security council Its members were Justice Aung Rhine of Bur ma Ato Tashoma Haileniariam of Ethiopia Dr Salvador Martin ez de Alva of Mexico and Maitre Ayite dAlmeida of Togo the Yor d Filmdom no help to j Murrow Movies mar US image By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD l Edward R Murrow has come and gone and his mission lo Hollywood was considerably less than a smash hit The noted newscaster now di rector of the United States In formation Agency came to town to tell the film industry that it could do a better job in presenting the image of Amer ica abroad Murrow had t w o strikes against him 1 Film producers dont like to be told what to do and will yell censorship when some one in the government tries Murrow realized this and even blunted some of the pointed re marks in his prepared speech 2 Curiously for a onetime newsman he barred reporters from the dinner with producers Federal officers en forced his dictum His speech was delivered to news offices in a plain envelope amid mysPriiv H j tcryand turned out to be not Sn I fatal the exact speech he delivered LS but is It was not surprising thathe SS thc court got a bad press Murrow cited hearing is be overseas reports FroTh India Action at Des Moines Oibscene movies hit DES MOJNES UPI The Des Moines City Council has approved a selfregulation plan by theater operators designed to keep ndecent and obscene movies from being shown here The councils action set aside an earlier proposal to establish a movie censor board to prohibit questionable films from bemg shown at theaters in the city The new plan has been agreed to by all theater operators P unl fhe operators not to show movies unless they have been approved by either the Production Code the FMrn I I0 of America or the New E i n or e ew tion Cnrf A DePartmenMarkham said the Produc tion Code Administration is the film industrys own board of theater agreed also to use only Hearing is under way in shooting at Greene Will given OK from high court To develop the lungs DES MOINES will be queathing a estate to the state to promote vocal music and develop the lungs of children was upheld by the Iowa Supreme Court Tuesday William Elisha Hawks 79 a Cambridge bachelor left his en tire estate to the Iowa State Pub lic School Fund He committed suicide Jan 10 1959 His will specified that the es tate was to be used to promote instruction in vocal music and proper development of the lungs of children attending kindergar ten first and second grades in hearing into the fatal shooting of George Martin Shorman 54 Greene was being held at the Butler County Court house here Tuesday County Attorney Robert Seho eneman and an a sent of the Iowa Crime Bureau are conduct the investigation movies are doing a lot of harm to America From Latin are a terrible influence From Southeast Asia m i s r e think of American housewives as useless drones always smok ing and drinking cocktails Producer Eric Johnston arose to deny Murrows reports cate gorically and proclaim that American films were doing a splendid job overseas The whole thing was embar rassing a producer told me afterward Nobody seemed to get Murrows message at all They didnt want to To this observer it seems a shame that Hollywood continues to neglect its responsibility to present this nation to the world A look at the upcoming prod uct shows a large supply of Chapman Report Fall Down Splendor in the Grass and morbid psychology Bird of Youth Sum mer and Smoke Childrens Hour T American government will be pictured with Advise and Consent and The Best Man which display the use of blackmail and corruption by high figures American fumbling abroad is treated in Judgment at Nuremberg Town without Pity and Thc Ugly Ameri can j Are there any films fhat show the goodness of America I dont see any unless you can include a couple of Music Man State and a he West was Won But they are scarce1 ly a mirror of contemporary America The republic is in greater danger now than during the last two wars Ed Murrow said in asking Hollywoods help He doesnt appear to be getting it ing held be filed against Mrs Shorman pending outcome of the investi gation Shorman was shot in the high with a 410 shotgun during a do mestic quarrel at the Shorman home early Monday He died from shock and loss of blood en route to a Charles City hospital Glade Heiko a brother who reportMrs Shorman was in the at the time of the shooting He also was being questioned Shorman was operator of the Sherman Sports Shop Greene i Mr and Mrs Shorman have two RESCUE TOTS PROM BRUSH FIRE Balked to a patrol car when the flames Pliotofax the schools of Iowa the State of Hawks had no brothers or sis ters but two Des Moines cousins Mrs Dora Eckles and Mrs Myrtle Ross contested the will They contended that will could not be properly administered or accepted that it was not chari table and that it was against pub lic policy and illegal They sought the estate by right of descent District Court Judge Harvey Uhlenhopp last December upheld the provisions of the will The rel o the CL mi auu Mrs cni Schoencman said charges maylmarried children Episcopal bishop arrives for visit with Pope John ROME UPDThe Rt Rev Arthur Lichtenberger 61 spirit ual leader of 3500000 US Epis copalians has arrived for an un precedented audience with Pope John XXIII Wednesday Lichtenberger arrived bytrain from Naples where he disem barked from the Cunard Liner Coririthia Episcopalians since the 16th century have rejected papal au thority At the same time they have no official position in re gard topresentday Roman Ca tholicism However the primate of the Anglican Church of England made a similar visit to Pope John last December The Church of Eng land is the mother church of the a unanimous decision the court said the trust left by Hawks was a charitable one since it promoted education and health carry to safety two children as from a new brush fire in the hills north west of Iy The scene was in Canyon about Stalin out in EBerlin Statue is destroyed BERLIN East Germany staged a blitz tie Stabilization during thc night renaming East Berlins show place boulevard and removing its statue of Stalin and countless other memorials to the late So viet dictator Tuesday morning only work men and debris remained as bulldozers cleared the square where East Berlins bronze Sta lin statue had stood since short ly after World War II Stalinallee the broad three mile avenue that is East Ber lins main street had fresh name Marx for half its length and Frank furter Alice for the rest Frank furter Alice was the streets name before the Russians occu pied East Berlin Stalinstadt a major East German iron and steel town on the Oder River was renamed Eisenhucllchsladt or iron foun dry town according lo a small frontpage announcement in iNcues Dcutschland organ of the East German Communist parly The important Josef Stalin plant in Berlin Treptow was re named Electrical Apparatus Works west ol JLos Angeles suddenly advance 0 northwest fI Y i T keSt m a SU8h8 f res namecbanging feSidf contained Tuesday after destroying The dictators namechanging 1 Ill WtliS UUlllill their hillside home and were being 10 homes diolom plan A trust to assist in the main teoance cf public schools is chari table because it supplies the com munity with facilities ordinarily supplied at public expense Chief Justice T G Garfield said He said the object and purpose of the bequest is not against pub lic policy or illegal but is as valid Tas if the estate were o be used to promote instruction in the three Rs American Episcopal Church d WARMER West German Am bassador Hans Kroll is returning to Bonn o tell Chancellor Kon rad Adenauer his side of the story of how reports were start ed that the Soviet Union put forth new proposals for solving the German and Berlin ques tions Reports coming from Bonn imply that Kroll may have ini tiated these proposals as hisiKhrushchcv The two have been own But according to the best known to talk frankly and a available information here they limes with considerable heal JIV IHCIL came first from Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei A Gromyko and then were discussed by Kroll and Premier Khrushchev at a con ference initiated by the latter It also remained possible that Kroll advanced some of his own ideas during the talks with News in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES No Twist for JFK WASHINGTON The White House denied ar anyone else Stalinizalion in East Germany since condemnations of the dic ator were made public from the Soviet Communist party congress last month and his body was removed from Lenins tomb in Moscows Red Square East Germanys regime is dominated by Communists of theStalinist variety led by Chief of State Waller Ulbricht But Neues Dcutschland on Sun day m an article denouncing Stalin asserted at great length the Ulbricht had never devel oped a personality cult or com mitted other Stalinist crimes The Communists said the mea sures were taken because of he violations of revolutionary The Soviet news a9ency cor SCiimis i r Oi Lms in f no fi i respondent in Bonn reported thai diplomatic and press observers there believe Dial Kroll would hardly return lo his post in Mos of this in the period of the Stal in personality cult Communist peoples poli 1vjiJCC kept large crowds from Gather ixysJ Li cow ing but some East Germans Before his departure Kroll j l ltlc g p s and dismissed as complete sense reports that he had inii y shoukl put an Ul tiated a fourpoint plan pubi statue one East Ger lished aboard as a new wfs remarking proposal for Berlin anothcr Then maybe hed IT i iconic tumbling down onp rtav I know nothing about that There Uat in North Iowa Diminishing cloudi ness east Tuesday night be coming generally fair Wednes day Warmer Wednesday otherwise no large temperature changes Lows Tuesday night around 30 Highs Wednesday in 40s Iowa Fair west and gradually clearing east Tuesday night Wanner northwest Wednesday generally fair and warmer Low Tuesday night generally near 30 Highs Wednesday near 5 twist ress Secretary Pierre Salinger told reporters to express such thoughts SAME IBUrk Flat traine UeaU hi Pill U Bonn fhotolax t8 him by 1his 6 v n ome offered p H the Tolcdo The poncorr game lost I S thelp Gaiystcam St Catherines IOSL lo Blessed Sacrament 60 Bus strike in Kansas City KANSAS CITY Mo Bus Drivers for Kansas City Transit Inc have struck in defiance of seizure of the utility by the state leaving this city of ap proximately half a million persons without public transportation except taxicabs The walkout over wages also halted bus service in Kansas City Kan Independence andNorth Kansas City Mo Korea gets support WASHINGTON President Kennedy gave an tveuncsuay near soi enthusiastic pledge of U S support to Lt Gen Chung northwest to thc 40s southeast Hee the Republic of Koreas military chief The Outlook for Thursday Partly general who led the coup that overthrew the U S cloudy with little temperature1 supported civilian government in Seoul last May n began a twoday series of toplevel conferences here Storms in Southwest TUCUMCARI NM One of the worst Novem Kroll was visibly annoyed by he statement of West German spokesman Felix von Eckhardtj change Minnesota Cloudy and warmeri Highs Wednesday around 50 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum Minimum Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 38 26 55 43 lhat he had exceeded his am bassadorial authority A West German diplomatic spokesman said Kroll advanced two ideas of his own The spokesman said these were That thc Big Four of World War II sign a new agreement on Berlins status providing for free access to the city j That the Soviet Union should bind East Germany to recognize the fourpower agreement Thc oilier two points said lo have come up in thc Kroll Khrushchev conversations were that the Western powers should j respect East German soveri i11 ui uie worst rsovem eicntv anH rhaf V berstorms m recent years stranded travelers iso be signed with both Germans Prince turns 13 On the inside Fallout Page 3 Editorials 4 North Iowa News 5 Society News Sports 13U Latest Markets Mason City News 1617 Clear Lake News 20 r lated towns and closed schools in the southwest I ravel was at a standstill across the state as snows mounted up to 34 inches deep without a sign of To draft more doctors WASHINGTON The Defense Department has announced that 345 additional physicians will be drafted for the army i STALIN IS Gets more liberties i placed th StllinalS Prince part of the broad thrce LONDON to the celebrated his 13th birthday Tues munisi East German govern Tito in complaining mood BELGRADE Yugoslavia President Tito said nSH1 circles capitalists and other reactionary people rn America are urging US military and other dr aid to Yugoslavia be cut off during hard times for idramak this Communist nation v k IIILIII u V sL day and looked forward to longj mcnt maclc the change during pants and late shows on television le night anc5 also removed When a British youth turns 13 n after crete sign of hcn British stations East Germany broadcasting the juicier nations of the dictator were and bloodier westerns made public from last which do not bear the roynl seal monihs Soviet Comnumis of approval for child audiences Party Congress comnmniit   

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