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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 15, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for ttw CITY GLOBEGAZETTE it VOL 100 The newspaper th a t m a kes a 11 N o r t h lo wa n s neighbors Associated Press and United Press International Full Lease Wires MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 15 1961 C 7c a Copy This Paper Consists or Four SectionsSection Ono No 31 Communistled rebels open Congo offensive I The cost of getting I to work A big item in big city By JESSE BOGUE NEW YORK UPI A dis patch from the University ol Iowa says a sorvey among stu dents in the university journal ism school indicated a majority was against settling down h small towns or cities Further the dispatch showed that a majority also was agains living in a city of more thai 500000 That shows finaneia acumen and a good sense o return on the dollar Nearly half the students sur veyed came from towns of few er than 10000 persons Only nin per cent the dispatch said wanted to live and work in town of that size A good hal wanted to labor in a city in th 100000500000 class This indicates thatonly 41 per cent of those freshmen havent figured out that when you get into that overhalfmillonsize city its helpful to have about laid away at 3Va per cent to pay the extra freight For the benefit of the 41 per cent 1 figured it out this way Maybe one elects a big city to be nameless located on the ocean lying between a couple of rivers filled with art music and opportuntiy One goes there primarily for the opportunity and naturally picks up a wife in the process and moves to the suburbs where the air is a little Photofax SHES MOM AND DAD Foster foreground holds in her lap Minn rather than see the family break one of the eight younger brothers and up Seated left to are Denise sisters to whom she became both 4 in Ritas lap Deanne 4 Denises mother and father when their parents twin Delores 11 Gloria 14 Nancy 17 died of cancer Rita 20 left her job in Barbara 12 Michael 15 and Roberta Minneapolis to return to Warroad 9 N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Lightfoot charge dismissed CHICAGO A federal district court dismissed charges against Claude Lightfoot the first top Amer ican Communist to be indicted simply because he was a member of the Communist party In light of recent U S Supreme Court decisions the government said it was not sure it could prove that Lightfoot had knowledge of the Communist partys intent to teach and advocate the violent overthrow of the govern ment Snow cold Rebels on hunger strike rebel vice premier Mohammed Ben Bella and two other rebel leaders in the 14th day of a hunger strike have refused to allow a French doctor to visit them The rebel leaders were enor mously thinned and very weak from the hunger strike which they began to force their release and to raps bombs tests DES MOINES Rep Fred Schwengel RIowa says he opposes any further testing of nuclear bombs atmospheric and below the it can be done without contamination Space test is failure POINT ARGUELLO Calif A 62foot rocket ill iui o acilU carrying bits of living matter toward the earth s It wili also changc 0 snow jn dangerous radiation belt came apart in the air and the ule southeast Thursday if the first stage fell on land near the coast storm continues on its present belter because fewer persons breathe it Now it begins to become a financial matter To get daily to the big op portunity in the city one buys a 40ride ticket because one is working a 5day it lasts roughly a month at or more a month Anyhow its 65 cents a ride or better To get to the station of course one has to drive Lets say a couple of miles because the schobTs looked nicer in thafprotest French treatment of other Algerian political neighborhood and by this time prisoners one has children to consider At a conservative 10 cents a mile its 20 cents to get one to the train and another 20 cents to get the wife back home un less some figuring on the back of an envelope has put the wife to work also In this case pay a fee park the car at the staj tion and figure the second 20J cents for costs of the trip home Once off the train with no time for breakfast except orange juice and coffee theres a natural desire for food There goes 10 cents for coffee and 10 cents for a roll and in some towns 25 cents for the two Theres also an extra hazard not necessarily each week The sleeve gets into some leftover toast still on the counter and ohoh to get the suit cleaned By thislime either it is 1 raining see S150 suit charge or 2 late and it is essential to take a bus to the office from the station Thats another 15 cents or in some towns 25 cents Having now trampled through wet or snowcovered or dusty grass a crowded train a busy restaurant a littered street or another crowded bus the shoes begin to look like the lag end of the day not its bright be ginning A shine is cents Now one is fit for the office wherelie the gates of golden opportunity Our man now has spent or a week Thats about a year or about per cent on And to about 41 per cent of the students maybe its worth it BUS DRIVERS STRIKE DAYTON Ohio and maintenance employes of the move over Iowa Mutiny by forces of Gizenga Followers of Lumumba LEOPOLDVILLE the Cong Gizenga the leftist heir of former Premier Patrice Lumumba has emerged into open and forceful defiance of the United Nations and the central Congo government diplomatic inform ants said Wednesday Gizenga said the sources is di recting the mutiny of more than 2000 Congolese troops against the central government authority in Kindu the Kivu provincial town north of the secessionist province of Katanga Other mutineers were reported to have created serious disorders in the north Katanga city of Al bertville In New York acting Secretary General U Thant authorized the UN force in the Congo to take every measure possible to re store order in Albertville anc Kindu U Thant took persona charge of the situation and has ordered Conor Cruise OBrien chief UN representative in Ka tanga Province and Gen Sea McKeown home for urgent consu tations Diplomatic sources said the left wing politician set himself up i Kindu last Saturday leaving hi former stronghold at Stanleyvill in Oriental Province to onetim allies who now adhere to the Leo poldville government Favors wheat to Tito No cutback in relief A storm system brought fore casts of snow for Iowa Wednes day with forecasters predicting Gizenga who once accepted th post of vice premier in Premie Cyrille Adoulas central goven ment here made his defiance op possibly between t w o and five en and apparently final Tuestla inches of snow for the north part of the state by Thursday The storm system was gener ally part of the system which produced the rare snow in New Mexico and other sections of the southwest Tuesday although its center was a new low pressure disturbance in southeastern Okla homa sajd thissystem is expected to develop into a strong storm system which wilt be head ing northeastward toward the Great Lakes region Thursday Light fog and drizzle moved into Iowa Wednesday and drizzle and occasional light rain became more general over the state clur ing the day The rain should continue in PROTESTANT LEADER MEETS Rt Rev Arthur Lichtenberger New York presiding bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States sits in auto in St Peters Square after a private audience with Pope John XXIII in the Vati can It was the first meeting between a supreme ruler of the Roman Catholic Church and the head of the Episcopal Church in the United States WASHINGTON AP The Na ional Security Council likely will ecommend that the United States ontinue selling surplus wheat to Communist Yugoslavia inform ants said Wednesday But they said Marshal Tito didnt help his own case At Skoplje on Monday he crit cized what he called American reactionaries and capitalists and accused them of hindering he sale of wheat to his drought ridden country for political pur poses Titos speech did not surprise Yugoslav specialists here The Yugoslav president they said is not the man who could bear in silence the increased US criti cism of various USYugoslav dealings such as the sale to Bel grade of obsolete jets and atomic reactors President Kennedy has ordered a review of the US aid program o Yugoslavia in the wake of the elgrade conference of nonaligned ounlries last September Wash igton thought Tito who professes o be independent supported So ict policy at the conference The National Security Council is xpected to complete its review Ihc Yugoslav situation by the end of this montlh e meet cordially when heforced two of his forme allies Gen Victor Lundula and Christophe Gbenye out of Kindu n fear of their lives Mutinous soldiers at Kindu re used to hand over 13 Italian air men they had arrested and beaten Saturday Lundula and Ghenye had gone o Kindu to get the Italians freed Thesituation continues to cause grave concern the UN pokesman said From the north Katanga town of Albertville the United Nations reported about 100 Congolese troops entered the city and within seven hours Tuesday created an impossible situation Orders were sent to the Indian iUN contingent at Albertville to VATICAN CITY wi Pope John XXfll Wednesday received the presiding bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United Slates the Rl Rev Arthur Lichtenberger of New York The private audience later was described as most cordial It was the first meeting between a supreme ruler of the Roman Catholic Church and head of the Episcopal Church in he United States Despite its disappointment with some of Titos public statements the Kennedy administration feels t should continue aid to Yugo slavia Informants said In April and in July the United States sold S64 million worth of surplus agricultural products to Yugoslavia for Yugoslav curren cy About half of it was 500000 tons of wheat which reached Yu goslavia a fewweeks ago At the end of July Yugoslavia submitted a new request for a million tons of wheat The re The meeting followed the un precedented visit of last Dcccm cr between the Pope and Dr Icoffrey Fisher then Archbishop of Canterbury and primate of the j hurch of England The Rev Lichtenberger said hcjat the hospital where the speaker Rayburn belieyed in last hours BONHAM Tex day afternoon was returned 7o members of Sam Rayburns famher home Wednesday apparently lilybegan a vigil Tuesday nighlllllharmcrt quest the State department an nounced Tuesday is still under consideration Kidnaped girl found unharmed CORVALLIS Ore girl kidnape by a motorist late Tucs bund the Pope m o s t warm learled and cordial of the Houseis losing strength to the ravages of cancer We were soon talking evenj Dr Joe A Risser said Rayburn through an interpreter as 79 was severely weakened Wed nesday morning and lost even more strength by afternoon Rayburns condition is critical riends he said will be changing to snow in the rest of the state forecasters said vt K intervene to halt mutinous anditcsy night but awlcss by jf The Vatican returned the com pliment Osservatore Romano the unofficial but authoritative Vatican City newspaper in a front page announcement of the visit thanked the illustrious vis itor for his gesture of cour Marjoric Schubert 8 was let out of the car a few blocks from her home and started walking Friends saw her and picked her up Her mother Mrs John Schu bert said Marjorie was fright ened and hungry but said she was unhurt On the Inside Fallout Feature Page3 Editorials 4 Clear Lake News 67 Society News 10111213 North Iowa News 16 Sports 1920 Latest Markets T 28 Mason City News 2829 Comics 2 Transit Srhedule 34 Safety Department Figures storm continues on course However the storm is expected to be shortlived in Iowa with the snow diminishing to flurries late Thursday as the system moves toward the east Winds will gradually shift to the north and increase Wednes day and continue strong northerly Thursday and could cause some drifting of s n o w by Thursday morning forecasters said Temperatures will show only minor changes until early Thurs Means Traffic Death jday when the mercury will tum iation proved fruitless A UN spokesman said the troops in Albertville arrested Eu ropeans and Africans looted louses erected a roadblock in the town and tried to extort money from passersby In Past it Hours Iblc sharply million in damages Hurricane season at end MSAMlfWM The 1961 hurricane season one of the most intense in recent years closed Wednesday with a toll of more than 400 deaths and an estimated S400 million worth of property destroyed Hurricane Carla theworst storm ever to strike the Gulf Coast of Texas and Hurri cane Hatfie called the great est natural disaster in the his City Transit Co went on strike tory of British Honduras Wednesday leaving this city oft combined to make the 1961 about 300000 without bus season the most violent tince 1957 the year of Hurricane Audrey The fivemonth hurricane season opened officially June 15 It closed Wednesday with the last of the routine flights by Navy and Air Force hurri cane hunter planes and the final daily tropical weather summary from the Miami Weather Bureau Eight hurricanes and two tropical storms kept weather men busy this season The record number of 21 storms was set in 1933 There were four hurricanes and three tropical storms A hurricane has sustained winds of 74 MPH or better The winds in a tropical storm range from 39 MPH to 74 MPH The 1961 season lasted longer than usual too Two lateseason storms blew up in November normally a slack month They were the first to appear in that month since 1956 and the most for the month since November 1932 when there also two At a later news conference Bishop Lichtcnbcrgcr said his1 meeting was useful for the uni fication movement All such contacts keep the way open he said It would have been almost im possible to do this five years ago he added explaining that condi tions then were not ripe cither within his denomination or the Catholic church But the Episcopal prelate ad mitted frankly that the unifica tion of the Christian churches isj a long process Bishop Lichlcnbcrgcr indicated that Pope John had brought a new climate to the Vatican in relations churches with other Christian Iowa Heavy snow alert west and north Occasional rain or driz zle southeast rain changing to snow and possibly becoming heavy west and north portion Wednesday night Snow west and north and rain changing to snow southeast Thursday Colder Thursday with strong northerly winds Lows Wednes day night 20s northwest to 40s southeast High Thursday near 30 northwest to the 40s south east Outlook for Friday Fair west partly cloudy east con tinued cold Minnesota Rain changing to snow Thursday possibly in heavy California amounts Colder High was xshot in her home Tuesday Mrs We did not discuss our dif erenccs he said This would iave been quite beside the point at this time Bishop Lichtenberger is in Rome en route to NewDelhi India to attend a meeting of the World Council of Churches Prominent woman lawyer found shot LOS ANGELES W Rosa lind Goodrich Bates 67 prom at day 32 GlobcGazctlc Weather Data up lo 8 am Wednesday Maximum 44 Minimum 22 Sunrise Sunset 450 Bales widow of author Ernest Sutherland Bates served as I president of the Federation of International Women Lawyers in J947 Police said Mrs Bates had received an anonymous threatening note a week ago AP Photofajt MAMIE IS 65 Iowaborn Mamie Eisenhower ob serves her 65th birthday at the Augusta Ga Na tional Golf Club The former first lady wields knife on the birthday replica of Mamies Cabin at the Augusta National The Eisenhowers are on vacation   

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