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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 20, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for tfo VOL 100 The n e ws pa per Associated and United Press International Full Lease Wires CHY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME that makes all North lowans MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY NOVEMBER 20 1961 neigh bo 7c a cnpy Paper Consists of Four One NO tt of sea tells of MIAMI Fla AP Terry Jo Dupperault llyearold waif of the sea saw a great deal of blood all over the decks of the illfated ketch Bluebelle the night the vessel sank in the Atlantic carrying her family to its death the Coast Guard reported Mon day The Green Bay Wis girl re covering in a Miami hospital after rescue from a small raft told Coast Guard investigators of a terrorfilled night The Coast Guard called a special news conference to dis One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE close information its investigators got from the girl sole survivor of seven persons to put to sea on the Bluebelle Sunday Nov 12 the night of the sinking in the Bahamas she was awakened by sounds of screaming and running on deck the Coast Guard investigator quoted her as saying According to the report this was her account She recognized the voice of her brother Brian as one of those screaming She went outside of her room saw her mother and Brian on the floor of the central cabin and saw a great deal of blood all over She climbed up to the main deck and saw blood on the after deck arid Capt Julian Harvey coming toward her with some thing in his hand When she asked him what happened he told her in an angry voice To get down there struck her and forced her back down the stairs She went to her bunk and heard water sloshing over the deck and thought the captain might have been washing the blood off the deck The water was rising from the bilges into her room A short time later Harvey came into her room with something in his hand She thought it was a rifle He didnt speak to her but left the room and she heard ham mpring noises on the deck By this time the water in the room had reached her mattress and she again went back up on the deck She saw the dingy and the rubber raft in the water and asked Har vey ifthe boat were sinking in night of terror on ship He said yes and jumped oVer board and got into the dinghy She didnt see him any more as he floated away into the darkness Then she untied the cork raft on top of the cabin and got into the water just as the main deck be came awash She said the mast did not break and she saw or smelled no fire She heard no shots The child spent days cling ing to the raft Harvey was rescued but com mitted suicide Jasl Friday after the girl was found KGLO U3UO KWLO Decorab 1910 How good is that new dictionary OOME FOLKS get themselves involved through in controversies an overactive tongue but in my case my fingers are the culprit If they didnt insist on dancing over the keys of my typewriter at the slightest pro vocation Im persuaded thatI could live a pretty serene life One day not long ago for ex ample I felt an urge to let those responsible for Websters Third New International Dictionary know I think theyve not done a very satisfactory job That urge as communicated to my fingers with this result This is to happy with your new diction ary It quite obviously was not designed for either home or news room1 sentour discarded volume to our proofdesk for its use in spelling and word di Im about to re claim it for partment our editorial de This note is prompted by visit from our city editor has just tried looking He up farther andfurther His com ments wouldnt look good in a newspaper which prides itself on being edited for the home North Iowa Considerable cloudi ness Monday night becoming partly cloudy Tuesday Lows Monday night 2329 Highs Tuesday 3339 Iowa Partly night and cloudy Monday Tuesday Lows Monday night 20s northwest to near 30 southeast Highs Tues day 3540 Further outlook Rain or snow likely Wednes day Minnesota Variable cloudiness light snow Highs Tuesday in 30s FiveDay Iowa Temperatures for the fiveday period Tues day through Saturday will av erage slightly above normal in northeast Iowa to near nor mal in the west and south Normal highs range from the upper 30s in the northeast to the low 40sin the south and west Normal low tempera tures will range fromthelow er 20s in the northwest to the upper 20s in the southeast A slight warming trend is on tap for portions in western Iowa Otherwise only minor changes will occur until conditions atrrn cooler about Thursday Precipitation will average from 10 to 20 in the north to around one half of an inch in southern Iowa It will occur as rain or snow Wednesday and Thursday GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Monday Maximum Minimum Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 35 20 55 28 GlobeGazette weather By return mail from SpringUP to 8 anl Sunday field Mass came this firm but Adjutant post to Miller DES MOINES Jun ior F Miller of the Iowa National Guard has been appointed Iowa adjutant general effective Dec 15 Gov Norman Erbe said Mon day Miller 54 succeeds Maj Gen Fred C Tandy who resigned Miller presently deputy brigade commander of the 34th Infantry Division will be recommended to the National Guard Bureau in Washington for promotion to brig adier general A native of Sheridan Wyo Mil ler enlisted in the South Dakota National Guard in 1927 He has been active in guard affairs ever since Heserved in the 34th Infantry Division in South Dakota prior to World War II and ended active duty with the division in February of 1941 During World War II he saw action in England Ireland Africa and Italy and was dis charged from active duty in 1946 as a major He joined the Nebraska Nation al Guard in 1947 and served as assistant adjularitljehWaTof the 34th Division In 1948 Miller moved to Des Terry Jo lost her parents Dr and Mrs Arthur Dupperault a sister Renee 8 and brother Brian 14 in the sinking of the 60foot ketch Harvey 45 whose wife Mary also perished said a squall dis masted the craft and it sank after fire broke out He was picked up by a merchant ship Renees body was in the dinghy with him Asked if the Coast Guard had drawn a definite conclusion that Harvey killed the passengers and sank the ship Barber said such an announcement would have to Moines and senior staff guard became a fulltime assistant for the courteous reply from P B Gove editorinchief of the G C Menism dictionary about which I was complaining Dear Sir We are of course sorry to read that you are any thing but happy with Websters Third New International Diction ary We are perhaps in some what the same position asis a newspaper with respect to the news You dont want to be held responsible for the news you have to print and you dont tell your readers except occasion ally in an editorial how people ought to act or what they ought to do instead We feel that our rcsponsibil ily is to observe accurately and objectively thc standard Eng lish used by educated writers and and speakers of our time record our findings This we have striven to do as faithfully and diligently as we could If you find in the results some things that make you unhappy you face a problem that may be social or rhetorical or esthetic but not we believe lexical Isnt that last word from the Gove letter a dandy I sus pected that it had something to do with lexicons but I had to turn to the bulky new volume 2262 pages of tiny type for an authentic definition or relating to words word formativcs or the vocabulary of a language as dis tinguished from its grammar and construction Before I go further I should indicate in a rough sort of way at least what it is about this much publicized dictionary that displeases me Let me make ft clear that there is another side to the story and I would be the first to concede that Mr Gove and his host of associates who turned out thc tremendous vol ume have the great weight of Turn Page 2 Maximum Minimum 36 12 Same He was appointed adjutant gen eral of the division serving until May 1 1959 when he was appoint ed deputy brigade commander and promoted to colonel Miller will fill an unexpired term ending July 3 1963 Tandy had been getting a year but Erbc said he did not know what Millers salary will be naia The governor added that the adju tant general is paid through fed era funds The adjutant general also serves as chief of staff to the governor who is commander in chief of Iowas guard units TO HEAR VERDICT JERUSALEM UPI Adolf Eichmann on Dec 11 will hear the verdict of the Israeli court that tried him on mass murder charges Eichmann has been held in a prison in northern Israel since the trial ended last summer wait until the investigation is completed The child denied that the yachts mast broke or that there was fire aboard the vessel as Harvey had reported Harvey took out a double indemnity life insurance policy on Mary who was his fourth or fifth wife two weeks before the Bluebelle sailed Harold Pegg owner of the Bluebelle said that when the news of Terry Jos rescue was received it really shook Harvey up ENROUTE TO NEW GUINEA New Yorks Gov Nelson Rockefeller and his daughter Mary Rockefeller Straw bridge pictured on their arrival at San Francisco enroute to New Guinea to aid Friend is found Photofax in search for his son Michael 23 who ing on an expedition Mrs Strawbriclge is the twin sister of Michael t missing Michael was rescued Monday off the south coast of New toi1fTlrtfrom thC Wild area said lhere was to nope Rockefeller also was safe Ministry said it had received a message from h h Hollandia caPjtal of West New Guinea the ast t0 that Rockefeller reached The Dutch companion of the youngest son of New York A Rockefeller told rescuers he last saw young military cans thU team the 23yearold Michael was on a hunt for primitive art and sculpture in one of the wildest areas on earth New Guineas coast of swampand News in a nutshell FROM OUR FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Berlin is major topic enneV the West Coast for meetings with West Ger man Chance HoiKonrad Adenauer aimed at P S Adehaiie his staff in prep fn i a aiafaon for his meetings with the President Wonts reserves released BOSTON The commanding general of the Reserv DivisionaW the K sts activated be n J be released as soon as draftees can be ca led up and trained Maj Gen Michael J Gavin said the government should not call up rcidy re rnTt support diplomatic a cold war that may last a generation The Wall strengthened Tie 9OIrlmunists strengthened the 6rln Wlth tank traPs and as a invasion Streetcar UP make tank the wall prahu T native craft made of two canoes joined together The word came as the older Rockcfellr paleand shaken be gan a 10000miic plane dash from New York to New Guinea A r spokesman for the governor said uerman Ambassador H a during a stopover in San FranKro1 flew hack to his post Cisco that the news of the rescue Moscow Monday after getting hancellor Konrad Adenauers was en 5 approval of his handling of a Italian air forcc transport miss A member of a US exploration conversation with mission was IU no11 1I1 SlfiueCl Mnnnnv in TnnniniMTrn w i i n rrermer sighled Monday in Tanganyika Khrushchev on theBerlin conand theItalian southern jungle The Dutch companion was wall if feared The United States fear Genga might withdraw Oriental sought to have thc uN acv PS f K an end to a11 secessionist acuvities m the turbulent country picked up early Monday by Dutch navy craft off the coast thc government announced It said Ihc search for young Rockefeller is continuing The rescued man a Dutch of ficial named R S Wassing 34 said that he had last seen Rocke feller floating on two cans off the southern mouth of the Eilandeh of the Island He did not know if Rockefeller had reached the uninhabited shore the Interior Ministry an nouncement said The announcement based on in formation from the Dutch admin istration at Hollandia andthe air arm of the Dutch navy said that Sunday at 4 pm local time a capsized small native spotted off the mouth of the Eilandcn River Naval craft could not reach thc prahu before dusk fell and during thc night contact was lost the announcement said But this morning the prahu was sighted again 14 miles off the coast Wassing was taken aboard a naval craft this morning at 9 am and is in good health thc an nouncement said Wassing and Rockefeller were apparently in the swampy dejta mouth of the river when their outboard engine fell off and the prahu was swept by the current mtn Flamingo Bay part of thc Arafura Sea Maps show that this swarflpy coastal area ference Kroll was called home last Tuesday to report on the conversation after suspicions were voiced here that he over stepped his authority and made propoas conrry West man policy Kroll flies back to office in Moscow BONN Germany ffi West n s in MICHAEL ROCKEFELLER WRECKAGE FOUND ROME iffi Wreckage of an Italian air forcc transport miss and the Italian government an nounced six Italian airmen sur vived the crash Thc C119 clis Peace again in Dominican US show of force helps CIUDAD TRUJILLO Dominican Republic Bowing to a U S show of force and opposition from young Dominican air force generals the Trujillo clan Monday appeared to have abandoned an attempt to set up a new dictatorship in this Caribbean republic President Joaquin Balaguer pledged to set the nation on the road to democracy extended his control as 29 top Trujillo officials slipped out of the country at midnight aboard a char tered airliner and flew to Florida Thc fleeing Trtijillos were met by U S government officials headed by a Secret Service agent as their fourengine plane at Brosvard County Air US jet shoots port about an hoursdrivehom up Japanese city accidentally TOKYO UPI The US Air Forcc reported that a B57 fighter bomber accidentally fired 1G rounds of 20 millimeter ammunition Monday into Naka minato City about 60 miles north of Tokyo Thc Air Force said four build ings hit but there were no reports of casualties among the citys estimated 40000 resi dents The plane a twoengined craft was banking into a bomb ing run over a nearby practice range when its pilotbrushed against a pushbutton mechan ism which triggered the planes four cannons The Air Force said the triggering mechanism was on double safety but a malfunctioning caused thc planes guns to fire On the inside Fallout Feature Page 3 Editorials 4 Clear Lake News 6 Society News 101112 News Quiz 13 Sports 1516 Comics 18 North Iowa News20 Latest Markets 24 Mason City News 2425 FATAL INJURIES RED OAK W Charles Ira Miami Two brothers of slain dictator Rafael L Trujillo led the exodus of the crumbling family dynasty that ruled the country for 31 years virtually as a private plantation The Gen Hector Trujillo a former president and Gen Jose Arizmendi Trujillo who had his own went originally into exile three weeks ago but re turned quietly last week in what the United States charged ap peared to be a desperate attempt to seize power Gen Rafael L Trujillo Jr son of the former dictator who re portedly was at uncles quit as odds with his commanderin chief of the armed forces last week when they came back and sailed away in his yacht Balaguer himself a former front man for the old dictator still faced the prospect of difficul ties with strong opposition party elements in carrying out his pledge to bring democracy to the country Some opposition leaders were openly suspicious that thc threat from thc Trujillo faction was not really over Thc proTrujillos are too smug about the entire situa tion one said Thc president look over su preme command of the military and proclaimed an emergency short of martial law uit viiiiiiijs ir appeared Friday on a flight Hully 82 of Red Oak died Sun from Entebbe Uganda to Leoday at a Council Bluffs hospi nmrivilf ntn i poldvillc with and employes aboard least of here ALONG AN IOWA COUNTRY ROAD This snowy and frosty scene Photolax rnouuax m northwest Iowa About 4 inches of Balaguer won pledges of sup port from the new leaders of the armed forces after warning that squabbling could lead to foreign military intervention a clear al lusion to US warships and rine Corps air units hovering off shore US Secretary of State Dean Rusk had offered Balaguer troops if he needed them to thwart res toration of a Trujillo dictatorship iButthere was no indication that the Dominican leader had re quested any outside help Gen Pedro Rafael Rociri jqucz Echavarria 37yearold com jmander of the air force base at Santiago led thelocal show of supportfor Balaguer He and other young generals issued acommunique saying the air force would tolerate no at tempt to institute in the country a tyrannical or reactionary re gime Spys girlfriend back in Poland WARSAW Miss Ursula Mana Discher Polish mistress of convicted US spy Irvin jScarbcck turned up at ihe US Embassy in Warsaw Monday shapely 22year old enter tainer told an American re iporter she had come back to Poland to stay and had no wor ries about her future in this Communist country Thc star witness at Scarbecks trial in Washington had changed her platinum blonde hair color to shining black v EARTH TREMOR ANAHEIM Calif UPI An area within a 10 mile radius of this Orange County city the home of Disneyland Monday was jarred by an earthquake but there was no damage   

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