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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 18, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Daily Newspaper Edited for CITY GLOBE VOL 100 T he newspaper Associated Press and United Press fnternalionai Full Uas Wires that makes al North lowans MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY NOVEMBER 18 1961 neigh b o rs 7c a Paper of Two SectionsSection Ko 31 One vote for JFKs J writings Bobby likes By DON BERNADINE New York Herald Tribune News Service WASHINGTONA pool of the literary tastes of the Kennedy Cabinet produced one vote for the Presidents Profiles In Courage The voter Atty Gen Robert F Kennedy who however listed A Stillness at Appomatox and The Brothers Karamazov as his two favorites In the pool conducted by the Vassar Club one vote was cast for The Adventures of Huckle berry Finn it is the favorite of Abraham Ribicoff HEW secre tary and one ote for Moby Dick the second choice of Treas ury Secretary Douglas Internal Revenue Service offi cials are less than overjoyed by Treasury Secretary Dillons ise that businessmen will receive more generous depreciation allow1 ances by late spring Their objec lowa Partly cloudy north light snow south through Saturday night Sunday partly cloudy west and north light snow ex treme southeast Warmer Sat urday night low 1015 north and 20s south High Sunday 20s nortji to 30s south dala 31 12 GlobeGazette weather up to 8 a m Saturday Maximum Minimum Sunrise Sunset 4 2 killed in road crash near Alden ALDEN Two persons were dlled and three were injured when two cars crashed on a blacktop road about 4Vi miles south of here Friday afternoon The dead were Barnes Clark Amundson 20 Cedar Falls and Henry Grupe 60 Alden Amundson was a passenger in a car patrolmen said was driv en by Dennis Harding 17 Alden Harding was taken to an Iowa More Th power for t in Cong 00 all lUWcl tion isnit to the Secretarys hospital in critical condi but to his timetable Changing the depreciation schedules will take intensive work by industry and government accountants and engi neers IRS officials confide they dont have the skilled manpower to do a quick acrosstheboard job privately predict it will take much longer than Dillon expects UJ d said the incredulous night Protocol chief Angier Biddle Duke was completing some offi cial business shortly before noon at the Mayflower Hotel when an aide announced that President Kennedy was trying to reach him on the phone The startled proto col chief dashed to the nearest telephone and the conversation went like this Well said President Ken nedy Im surprised that youre awake at this hour What Duke Now really replied the Pres ident I feel I really must check up on these reports that my White House parties are so dull that you go to sleep at the table It turned out that Duke was be ing goodhumoredly teased about a magazine article saying false ly that he had dozed off at a White House dinner He had dozed off all right but it was at a National Press Club luncheon J Kenneth Galbraith American tion The other injured both Alden men are Maurice Ellefson 61 and Frank McBride 61 Highway Patrolman Jim Bag ley said Ellefson was driving Ellefson and McBride were listed in good condition The accident occurred on Highway 359 Bagley said Hard ings car went off the shoulder of the road and then struck the oncoming Ellefson car Fatal shooting at Waterloo bar WATERLOO UPI Police Saturday were holding a Water loo tavern operator for question ing following the fatal shooting of a man at the tavernFriday Roosevelt Loggins 28 was dead on arrival at a hospital after the shooting incident at Ambassador to India was so in censedat the poor quality of the instructions reaching him from the State Department that he com plained personally to President Kennedy He even brought a set of the objectionable instructions with him to Washington and show ed them to the President saying I just had to ignore this non sense What else could I do President Kennedy is said to have replied you are in high enough pay bracket so that we ought to be able to afford to let you make your own decisions A US Midas early warning sat ellite may have picked up the flashes of Soviet nuclear blasts but the Pentagon is tight lipped about the possibility One such satellite did detect the firing of a Titan intercontinental missile from Cape Canaveral last week and heat and light waves from a rocket exhaust are far less than from a hydrogen bomb Defense Department chiefs were very un happy that news of that success leaked out and have put an even tighter lid on the program Aim of Midas satellites is to sense So viet missile shots to give USi greater warning time against surj prise attack The Rockefeller for President movement has needed a strong rallying point in the Midwest and now one is taking shape around the person of Fred Sealon Seaton a publisher is former US sena tor from Nebraska former tary of the interior in the Eisen hower administration and a Re publican candidate for governor of Nebraska next year The fact that he has agreed to serve as Gov Rockefellers leader in the Midwest has given the Rockefeller movement a boost This is par ticularly true because Sealon was a ringleader in thc Nixon cam paign last year His appearance Linn Gardens Tavern Police were holding the tav tern operator Andrew Siras for questioning while an investiga tion was being made of the shooting No charges were filed immediately CHEERFUL SORT LUINO Italy Aldo Levati Friday turned the birth of his twin sons into a wel come for everyone He named them Buongiorno and Buonasera morning and good evening MAKE SPACE FOR Astronauts AlanB Shepard and Virgil Grissom autograph a cardboard space helmet worn by Scout Robin n T Apphotofax Park 8 of Cub Pack 103 Community Church Queens N Y during Boy Scout Exposition Both Shepard and Grissom have made suborbital flights Mercury slumps to seasons low Iowa had its coldest night of the season Friday night and sent the temperatures down to an official low of 7 degrees at Spencer Mason City and Le Mars had 12 and other over night readings ranged up to 21 degrees asDubucue Somewhat warmer weather was forecast for northern sec ions of the state Saturday night On the inside Civil War Feature Page 3 Editorials 4 The Surveyor 5 Religious Features 61 Mason City News 89 Latest Markets 9 North Iowa News 10 Business News Society News f 12 Sports Clear Lake News 20 N Action needed at once UNITED NATIONS NV AP A move to give acting Secre aryGeneral U yThant stronger authority to deal with the Congo crisis appeared sure Saturday of UN approval But delegates dif ered on how far it should extend Corridor predictions were that he Security Council would ap prove a resolution calling for vig orous UN action to end seces sionist activities in the province of Katanga and deal with other rouble spots in the Congo The Western powers objected that a resolution by Ceylon Liber a and the United Arab Republic dealing with Katanga alone was oo narrow in scope They insisted that U Thant and he Congo command should be empowered to deal with other mutinous areas such as Kivu 3rovince where Congo troops bc ieved headed by leftist leader Antoine Gizenga killed and butch ered 13 Italian airmen US Ambassador Adlai E Stevenson asked that council ac tion be postponed until Monday to give timfor consultations on a suitable resolution Meanwhile a request by the UN commander in the Congo for more soldiers to deal with in creasing violence was questioned by India whose 5700 troops make up more than a third of the entire UN force in the Congo IN HAPPIER UAYS Gov Nelson RocketeHeTamt his wife are a smiling couple on dance floor at his inaugural ball in Albany N Y January 1959 A family spokesman said they are living apart with legal separation agreed upon and that they are plan ning a divorce After 31 years Rocky wife plan divorce NEW YORK Gov Nelson A Rockefeller and his wife have parted in the first step toward a divorce to end 31 years of Indian Defense Minister V Krishna Menon took issue with the request made by Maj Gen t Scan McKeown head of thc I n l500man force at a private ses III of the IBnation Congo Ad visory Committee summoned Fri day by U Thant Menon told the Security Council if 15000 troops are not enough to police the Congo then there is something wrong with the utshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Berlin confab Gen Lucius D Clay President Ken nedys envoy to Berlin conferred with Gerhard Schroeder West G e r manys new foreign min ister Both are to be in Washington f o r talks next week between the President and Ch ancellor Konrad Adenauer Juice refused WASHINGTON A band of Iowa college stu dents picketing and fast ing since Thursday to while the UN pushed forward in a joint investigation with the Congo government to root out and punish the mutinous Congo soldiers who slaughtered 13 Ital Congo Premier Cyrtlle Adouta agreed to an encirclement and disarmament plan aimed at what the UN command called a fair investigation and stern pun ishment involving the 80 Congo Icsc troops at Kindu in Province also agreed to show our concern and r 41 Hl demonstrate our willing ness to work for peace has called at the White House at President Ken nedys invitation They got a long conference with a top administra tion official and an of fer of orange juice The students passed up the juice It would have broken their 72hour wa teronly fast Space test troops At leopoldville Congo mean ian airmen spokesman said the agreement to separate was ami marriage The decision to dissolve the union o the Philadelphia heiress and the wealthy potential Republican presidential candidate was announced Friday night in a terse statement issued on behalf of both A cable A political aide to the governor said the divorce would ab solutely not affect Rockefellers plans to run for reelection next year Although Rockefeller has not publicly acknowledged it iic is considered a strong possibility for the 1964 GOP nomination for president The terse announcement of the separation and divorce plans was issued from the Rockefeller fami ly offices in Rockefeller Plaza and read No grounds were revealed for the breakup which came as a surprise No sign of domestic discord bad been noted al though Mrs Rockefeller has been absent from Albany the state capital for eight months It was announced today that Govci liui and Mrs Nelson A Rockefeller have arrived at an agreement of legal separation It is anticipated that the tcrmt of the agreement will be incor porated into a subsepuent decree of divorce An obstacle to future of Rocky NEW YORK API The news that Gov Nelson A Rockefeller and his wife are contemplating a divorce can change the whole na tional political picture Rockefeller has been cTpolential indeed a front the Republican presi dential nomination in 1964 The shock of his split with his wife can only mean a reassess ment of the GOP political situa lon Gov and Mrs Rockefeller were married in 1930 They have whether leftist Vice Premier toine Gizenga political heir to the iatc Patrice Lumumba had any thing to do with the slayings The Leopoldville government appeared to have accepted the stern measures which the United Nations proposed as inevitable Adoula promptly agreed to name four members to the joint com mission thai will seek to appre hend the guilty A similar number of men represent the United Na Ivu spite of a di ivorce Former Vice acult M Nixon if he wins There has been an agreement governor of settlement and Mrs fornia Sen Barry M Gold water Rockefeller will continue to have the conservative Americans are accustomed to a family in the White House They have one now in President John F Kennedy his wife and chil dren They had one in Dwight and Mamie Eisenhower and their son John and the grandchildren They had one in Franklin D Roosevelt his wife Eleanor and their children I a New York apartment at 810 Kitth Avenue Governor Rockefel ler will reside at the apartment of his brother Laurence S Rocke feller The governor is 53 and his wife 54 The couple have three sons living eight and two daughters all n home and grandchildren All except Michael the yoimg Adlai E was the last presidential candi date to buck this trend He CXpcdio lltll New Hampton man to im imifKiing divorcc witl L i i i 1956 muthc second among the five sons need schools group HES MOINES UPDIfow ard David New Hampton Friday was elected president iiu i V3IUVIIL Ol POINT ARGUELLO thc lowa Association of School Calif An 85pound iRoards al he closing session nose cone filled with bio of thc groups convention logical experiments was DavKl who had been first vice rocketed about 1 IfW thc last year succeeds liyj iBlythe C Conn Rurlinoinn c hitrh into adlatlon to of the late John D Rockefeller the principal view of Eisenhowers widespread popular itybut it didnt help The idea of a sister rather than a wife and mother as the First Lady was not a votegetting proposition U all adds up to a minus for Rockefeller younger brother of thc governor was divorced from Barbara Bobo Sears in a spectacular court suit several years ago Mrs Rockefeller was reported slaying in New York Friday night and her husband attheir estate r i r n tlvl iiusuaiiu i Rockefeller s chances of gaining in Tarrytown N V J r m BtiumK BIythc C as his Partys presidential nomina hnn a ringleader in thc Nixon cam PAYS Sam Rayburn McCormark wnrJmSh paign last year His appearance Rep John W McCormack DMass Iv succeec1 T S i t S in the Rockefeller camp may be and Mrs McCormack entei the House President TnL i1 clue to where Nixon followers Rayburn Library in Bonham Tex to i was trending pay respects to L old the Ja 2 scheduled to attend the funeral services Saturday afternoon determine the haz ards of space flight Reds boast MOSCOW The So viets claimed unques tionable superiority in antimissile missiles and also said they have a large number of war heads up to 100 million tons of TNT E Phillips Fort elected firs president Dodge was president and 0 Harry Creston second vice president BAD EXAMPLE DETROIT w The Crane Budget Bureau Inc started last Matfh with the announced pur pose of helping Dctroilers avoid Will dedicate new building at Eldora new ad ministration building at thc boys training school here will be dedicated Svmday at 2 pm K i Thc ncw will take thc a bankruptcy i place of a stricture in use in fcdcral cmirt W6 District Court The irms intent was to advisevcy Uhlcnhopp Hampton clients for a fee on methods by i members of thc Iowa Board which they could meel their fiControl will speak at th nancial obligations jcation ceremony Although neither was available for comment a family spokesman said the divorce would be sought outside New the only ground for such action is adult cry   

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