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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 23, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North lowac Daily Newspaper for ON CITY GLOBE VOL 100 The newspaper tha t m dices a 11 North press United Press Intelnational Full Least logons MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY NOVEMBER23 neighbors 7c a Copy Paper Consists of Five SectionsSection No Plane crash fatal to 52 SAO PAULO Brazil tf Argentine Comet jet airliner exploded and crashed just after taking off from Sao Paulo for New York Thursday and all 52 per sons aboard were reported killed The Comet 4 jet of the AeroLineas line carried 40 passen gers and a crew of 12 the lines office in Sao Paulo said The passengers nationalities were not immediately known The flight originated in Buenos Aires Witness said the plane exploded Jess than two minutes after taking off from the airport The flaming wreckage plunged into a eucalyp tus plantation near the small town A single party for Cubans Castro to unveil plan By WILLIAM DICKINSON JR GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTONPremier Fi del Castro is expected to report rapid progress in establishing a political party for Cuba when he speaks Friday in Ha from the illfated Comet four years of research millions of dollars vana Cubas tragic transformation into a Soviet satrapy will draw a step nearer completion with the proclamation that all politi cal economic military and so cial organizations have been merged into a single political party The meaning of what is taking place will be immediate ly apparent to students of the Leninist concept of democratic centralism This is the principle of strict guidance of the m asses by a strong unified organization of tried JICAV party party Party of the Cuban Socialist Revolution In essence it is a parallel of and patterned after the Communist Party in the So viet Union Actually the new party al ready isoperating through the Organtzaciones Revolucionaries Integradas fntegrated Revolu tionary or 0 R I The ORI which weds the skeleton of the 26th of July with Cubas Com munist Party Partido Socialis ta may or may not be dissolved with the announce ment of they new elite party In any event it and any other or ganizational vestiges will parti cipate in activities flowing from the strict guidance of the fied party Castro first announced of Friburgo and burned for two hours after the crash The plane plunged into hilly terrain making it difficult for res cue crews to reach it Cries for help were heard but the first men to arrive found no survivors Witnesses said Mosca apparent ly yyas trying for an emergency landing as the plane sheared through 600 yards of trees before it fell down a slope In London the British De Hav illand Aircraft Co was plunged into gloom over the crash of its Comet plane that look over I after costing um his plans for a single political party to construct a Socialist state at this years July of the opening 26 celebration of his fight against the regimeof deposed President Fulgencio Batista The rationale for this decision later was summed up in a speechCastro gave to pupils of The Comet 4 now is in service all over the world a company spokesman said Altogether 55 of them are in service They have flow a total of 125 million miles and this is our first serious crash The Comet 4 was born out of the Comet jet airliner that made its maiden trip jn 1949 well ahead of any rivals Everything went well for Comet I until 1952 Then a Comet took off from Rome and disappeared near the island of Elba In April of the same year another Comet took off from Rome and disappeared near Na ples were withdrawn from service and research and t e s t i n g went into producing hornet lowan counts 13 blessings on holiday PERRY AP Floyd Cheno saddened by trage many reasons to give hanks this Thanksgiving Day Thirteen of them at least The tall lanky Perry area armer sat down at the dinner table Thursday with his 13 chil dren renewed in a faith in friends and family that often follows tragedy Chenoweth 40 was widowed and his children left motherless when Mrs Chenoweth 35 was killed in a car crash Oct 11 communities opened their hearts to the Chenoweth family It seems like everyone has cuilltwiui dllu I1I5 helped says Chenoweth Neigh ived alone in a house here bor women the washing MRS MARTIN RYBNIKAR 902 Kentuck SE For all these 0 Lord We give thanks LAW ENFORCEMENT THE FINE ARTS photos by Jo Moore Death breaks up Wright Countys longest marriage CLARION Mrs Charles De Vore 91 of Clarion who with her lusband would have observed their 70th wedding anniversary next Jan at an Iowa City lospital Thursday She was taken to the hospital ast Saturday Cause of death was not immediately determined Mr and Mrs DeVore had been The Reople of Perry and nearby mr VH i it f immunities onened thrir than any other couple in Wright County DeVore 91 was a retired build ng contractor He and his wife VK 10 pupus 01 wiinil uiu an Havana revolutionary trainNeighbors came and picked my ing school jcorn and harvested my beans T i Now theyre building us Tht importance of the revohome lutionary nucleus in every place of is great That nucleus must work tirelessly to carry out the revolutions programs and plans That nucleus will be like a pillar on which the strength of the political organ ization of the revolution rests Lenin used slightly different words to express the same idea as long ago as 1901 in a tract What Is To Be order to unite all these tiny fractions into one whole in order to imbue those who carry out these minute functions with the conviction that their work is necessary and important it is necessary to have a strong organization of tried revolutionaries In a word specialization necessarily pre supposes centralization The only serious organizational prin ciple that active members of our movement can accept is strict secrecy strict selection of members and the training of professional revolutionaries Specialists on Cuba believe the leadership of the new party when announced will publicly confirm the backroom domina tion of the Castro regime by avowed Communists Once the process of creating a centralized revolutionary po litical organization is accom plished Castro can hold elec tions with impunity With only one parly there can be only one of candidates Fidel de prosperity as a tenant farmer snowballed into a communitywide effort A Des Moines builder promised the lumber roofing and other materials Local concerns are con tributing the labor and other work and materials People who never knew the Chenoweths donated money A plan to build a new home for Chenoweth who has known little reaches 90 they have no reason to be driving The couples only child a son died a few years ago On the inside Fallout Feature Page 3 Editorials 4 Comics 18 Clear Lake News 2021 Sports 2526 North Iowa News27 Society News 29303132 Mason City News3839 Theyll get together Thanksgiving WATERLOO UPI Brothers William and Richard Wolf will have a belated Thanksgiving gettogether after each tried to surprise the other and wound up 1200 miles apart It all started a couple of days ago when Richard 19 out from Waterloo to pay a surprise visit to his brother Wil liam 17 a Marine RFC stationed at Camp Lejeuner N C Three hours after he left home by car brother William arrived at the family home here on his own surprise visit Radio stations broadcast the word in an effort to flag down Richard and get him headed back to Waterloo Practically the entire 2nd Marine Division at Camp Lejeune kept a sharp eye out for him But Thursday the family said the boys are all straightened out now and theyll gtt together near Ft Bragg N C Richard polled into the home of an uncle John Wolf 43 Dunn N C Wednesday apparently before reaching Camp Leieune and got the word After Richard catted home Williamthats the Marine decided head back to North Carolina and get together with his brothtr at the home of their uncle who is chief ac countant et Air Force Base adjacent to Ft Bragg FAIR Iowa Generally fair through Friday A little cooler Thurs day night and in east Friday Low Thursday night in 20s High Friday near 50 west to the 40s east Outlook for Sat urday Partly cloudy little temperature change North Iowa Generally fair Thursday night Fair to partly cloudy Friday Cooler Thurs day night low 2328 High Fri day 4045 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Thursday Maximum 40 Minimum t 27 At 8 a m 29 Sunrise Sunset 443 AGO Maximum 44 Minimum 13 Temporary duty for retired Judge Graven DES MOINES AP Judge Henry N Graven retired US judge for the northern Iowa dis trict has been given a temporary assignment to sit upon the US Circuit Court of Appeals at St Louis Mo The assignment made by the Hon Harvey M Johnsen chief judge of the circuit court will be from Nov 27 to Dec 5 or longer if needed By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Americans at home and those living abroad in a troubled world thanks Thursday for the blessings they have pledged them selves to defend From President to private from Plymouth Mass to the Berlin wall the heirs of the first Pil grims who dreamed of liberty celebrated the realization of that SAME DATE1960HS Department1 figures BUck Traffic Death IF Tail 21 Hour Americans over world thankful for blessings dream with the traditional turkey dinner President Kennedy celebrating Thanksgiving at the Hyannis Port Mass home of his parents only 34 miles from Plymouth summed up the significance of this years festival with the following procla mation This year as the harvest draws near its close and the year Train allowed to pass Stowaway to Berlin BERLIN Soviet troops ie5d up an American military rain for 14 Va hours Thursday and released it after a stow away from East Germany was urned over to the Russians The US command in Berlin announced the stowaway was urned over by Col Ernst von Pawel chief of the US mission o the Soviet headquarters who vent to investigate the trains delay The Soviets had refused to let he train pass through their control point at Madenborn into West Germany because they said an East German stowaway vas aboard There was dead ock when the train commander a lieutenant carried out stand ng orders to refuse to let the Soviets search the train The Russians finally allowed he train to proceed on its jour ley into West Germany at am GST Thirteen minutes later the pin its interrupted journey rom West Berlin to Frankfurt It md been stopped at Marienborn he Soviet checkpoint at the bor der since Wednesday night The Army said 74 American and Allied troops and family members were aboard including 11 children 2 to 15 years old Also aboard were four West German attendants and a threeman East German train crew operating the locomotive that had pulled the train to the border US officials speculated that the Russians were trying to es tablish for searching the US military trains that reg ularly serve the US garrison in West US authorities in the past have always rresisted So viet attempts either Army trains or vehicle convoys on the 110mile autobahn between West Germany and West Berlin The Army said that in accord ance with standing instructions the train commander refused to allow anyone to board or leave he train A US officer was sent from West Berlin to investigate this morning While the BerlinFrankfurt train was stalled at Marienborn three other US military trains passed hrough the checkpoint without nterference N M ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES No hope for Rockefeller HOLLANDIA New Guinea A Dutch official said there no longer is any hope of finding missing Michael Rockefeller alive and the youths father Gpv Nelson A Rockefeller disclosed he will abandon his personal search Sunday Kekkonen reaches Moscow MOSCOW Finnish President Urho Kekkonen has arrived here on his way to Siberia for talks with Premier Khrushchev in an effort to relieve Soviet pressure against its little neighbor We still believes in Santa ST LOUIS small boy left a department store Santa Glaus speechless by demanding How do you make your sled go up The lad asked for a type writer dictionary and bookcase for Christmas Traffic toll normal CHICAGO The nations traffic deaths in the early hours of the Thanksgiving holiday appeared running near the normal toll for a nonholiday period By 10 a m there were 48 traffic deaths 5 from fires and 2 from miscellaneous causes for a total of 55 Crackdown on reservists WASHINGTON The Defense Department says those reservists who have been holding out theirhands all these years and now dont want to serve must face active duty or resign The new pol icy was announced in a directive issued by the de partment to clarify deferment policies for reservists and National Guardsmen ordered to active duty approaches its end awesome per ls again remain to be faced Yet we have as in the past ample reason to be thankful for the abundance of our blessings In of the first Thanksgiving 340 years ago ownspeople dressed up as Pil grims to parade from a replica of the first Pilgrim house past Plymouth Rock and past a replica T of the Mayflower to First Church skirts navc resulted in too much Tor services jthigh at Freedom High in the Girls lose the battle of hemlines FREEDOM Wis AP Short Millions of Americans got in cars buses trains and planes to journey to their roots and share he festive meal with parents and grandparents Among those who could not be iome for Thanksgiving this year were the servicemen at military iosts throughout the world These lad their turkey dinners in mess halls In Berlin 6500 US Droops heir families and about 1000 German guests consumed tons of turkeyGerman guests also shared the traditional meal served to soldiers in Frankfurt and a company stationed in Heidelberg entertained 25 orphans In France combatready units alternated at the tables Two killed in Vinton smashup V1NTON AP Roland Lee Long 24 and Suzanne Kelchen 19 both of Vinton died in a car train accident near here late Wednesday night Long was killed instantly when the car he was driving was struck by a Rock Island passenger train at a county road crossing just north of the Vinton city limits Miss Ketchen died in a hospital shortly after the accident Both Long and Miss Ketchen were thrown from the car which was dragged several hundred fee after the impact view of faculty members who vant looks directed at books Girl students were told Wdncs lay to lower their hemlines or go ionic The order for the girls to pull he wool over their knees fol owed a faculty discussion on the fashion of wearing skirts which are knee high or slightly above A male observer said the fash on was turning a classroom of learning into one of distraction Mothers were given notes stat ng If you allow your daughter lo leave for school with her necs showing you can be al most positive more than knees wiil be showing when she sits down Giris who refuse to wear suit able skirts will be sent home or told to report to the home eco nomics room to lower the hem iines before returning to class EXSENATOR DIES ALBERT LEA Minn Funeral services will be held Sat urday for former state senator Albert Berglund Berglund 89 was a state senator from 1934 to He died in Youngstown Ariz lYl I   

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