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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 1, 1961, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper LOBE VOL 100 Associated Presg and United frets fnternatJona rull The newspaper H at mokes all North lowons neijhbors Ch MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY DECEMBER 1 1561 I We a Paper Consists o Two SeelionsSecUon One FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES UNITED NATIONS N Y The Communist world Friday launched Us biggest effort in years to replace Nationalist China with Red China in the United Nations The United States and other m started with the three big voices in 1950 when the assembly de Stmet Ambassador Valerian feated an Indian motion to sea A Zonn U S Ambassador Adthe Peiping regime For th lai Stevenson and Nationalist next 10 years the United State Chinese Ambassador Tingfu F succeeded in pushing through a that order b western countries were dent they could block it confi A general assembly debate ex pected to last two weeks was For the past 11 years proposal to defer any action on the the China representation issu n Z j o i r 1U representation issu United States has led a successfor the duration of the assem ful defense against attempts to bly session then mid f Irt oust the Chinese Nationalists in favor of Communist China Eagle eye on major carmakers GM isnt unscathed By ROBERT IRVIN DETROIT UPDThe nations major automakers hit by three big antitrust suits this year ex pect government lawyers to con tinue their close scrutiny of opera tions in the industry General Motors officials it is reported anticipate more and more antitrust charges from Washington GM has been the gov ernments main target with four suits now pending But now the government has zeroed in on Ford Motor Co It filed suit to try and force Ford to dispose of assets of the Elec tric Autolite Co Ford paid 528 million last April for use of the firms Autolite trade name control of its sales organizationand purchase of a sparkplug plant in Fostoria Ohio and a battery plant in Owosso Mich The effect of this agreement the government said may sub stantially lessen competition or tend to create a monopoly Before the deal Electric Auto lite was the nations third largest dealer in the replacement spark plug market But it was a poor third Champion captured 50 per cent GMs AC spark plug divi sion 28 per cent and Autolite only 32 per cent In defending the purchase Ford pointed to GM Before the trans action Ford did not make spark plugs or batteries arid its leading competitor GM makes both a company official said Government lawyers have been chipping away at the edges of the GM empire Among suits pending are those charging monopoly in buses diesel locomotives and road machinery But the government has not yet attacked the firm headon there are no suits pending against the carmaking operations of GM which now is taking more than 54 per cent of the total market GM in defending against the suits argues its size results from better products and effi ciency In the locomotive case it points to the fact that it had more than 125 diesel units in serv ice before its competitors built a passenger diesel The newest suit against GM is regarded by the firm as a test case to protect the dealer fran chise system It involves the sup ply of new cars to California dis count houses and referral serv ices Another suit filed earlier this year involved dealers handling cars built by Chrysler Corp and StudebakerPackard The Justice Department said Chrysler unlawfully required its retail dealers to give up fran chises for StudebakerPackard cars Chrysler denied the ex Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average 6 to 12 degrees above normal Saturday through next Wednesday Warmer over the weekend with only minor daily changes thereafter isWmal iovvs are from 15 to 20 in the north and the 20s in the south Normal highs are in the 30s No precipi tation of consequence is pected during the period North Iowa Cloudy Friday night some fog and drizzle lows middle to upper 30s De creasing cloudiness warmer Saturday highs 48to 54 Iowa Cloudy night with fog and occasional drizzle east lows 30s north to about 40 south Decreasing cloudi ness warmer Saturday highs in 50s Further outlook Sunny and warmer Sunday Minnesota Partly cloudy jrartiy iLernauonai situation warmer Highs S a t u r d a y the United Nations itself around 50 Soviet Hemtf around 50 GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8am Friday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Sunrise Sunset 41 32 39 WHAT FAIRWAYS CHICAGO nationwide motel chain has announced plan for the worlds biggest goL course A spokesman said the chain will build one hole of its 2600 mile course at each of its 18 motels from Norfolk Va to Tucson Ariz Par will be 72 From a high margin of 82 per cent of the vote in 1952 th shrank steadily until it repre sented only an eightvote edge or 553 per cent of the vote las year This year the United State decided not to press its Chins moratorium proposal Instead Ambassador Steven son introduced a resolution de claring any proposal to chang the representation of China ar important question An important question unde UN rules requires atwothird vote of the assembly for approv al US sources were confiden of a comfortable majority Other sources predicted at leas 56 of the 103 UN member would support it Zorin said that seating Com munist China would have a great and beneficial influence on the entire international situ ation and would be a major step forward in consolidating the peaceful coexistence of states with different social systems The question of the restora tion of the lawful rights of the Chinese peoples republic is vital question from the point o view of peace normalization 01 the international situation and f A SHOPPING DAYS V 7IU CUXISTMAS uttwijj AfcaWU HI Soviet deputy foreign minister told the opening session Earlier Friday Romania wa elected a member of the Secur ity Council under a gentleman agreement that it will serv only for 1962 and that the Phil ippines will occupy the counci seat in 1963 Workman electrocuted at Cresco CRESCO Eugene Ratz 33 Cresco son of Mrs Ernest Hermine Ratz was electro uted here Friday morning An employe of the Hawkeye iural Electrification Adminis ration Ratz was changing ransformers on a utility pole iere He came in contact with a high voltage wire and was kiUed instantly Funeral services arepending at the Bradley Funeral Home News in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Taft seat No survivors in Australiancrash SYDNEY Australia AP Wreckage and several mutilated bodies but no survivors were found Friday in shallow water of Botany Bay after the crash of a local Australian airliner with 15 persons aboard The plane crashed during a vio lent electrical storm Thursday shortly after taking off for Can berra There were It passengers and a crew of four aboard Bot any Bay is a circular inlet of the Pacific adjoining the Sydney air port of thM maSV Republican Senate Leader said he will make his move to enter national politics next year bv running for representative at large from Ohio r Syria goes to the polls DAMASCUS voted in national elec teo in of a pledge by military leaders who pulled the country out of the United Aiab Republic two months ago and declared its inde pendence from Egypt Silent Night is out REDWOOD CITY Calif For the students the Laguna Salada elementary school district Jingle I f Christmas seasonbut Silent Night w out Superintendent Frederick mav hP hf rU v that religious Christmas carols may be sung this year out of respect for everyones religion and respect for our own American belief2 million embezzlement The FBI Announced the aiiest of two banking executives on charges of em 5 f016 an X from the Liberty Sav ings and Loan Association since 1939 It identified the men as Joseph Chilla 53 and his brother Benedict Opposes curbs union none Fa Wageprice controls T hu at the Present timesays Sec AurthuruJ He said at labor h6re that desPite expressed In mind adminSstration has No 44 EARTH VIEW FROM ENDS CAPSULE This is a view of the west coast of the United States as the capsule carrying Enos the orbiting chimp zee passed over the Guaymas Mexico tracking station HQ S2S mg structure ofjbhe capsule Blackattop is outer space National Aeronautics and Space Administra tion officials were unable to give a more precise the area shown because the capsule the automatic cameras were Tun US Army vehicles halted Reds tighten convoy checks Soviet Tin BERLIN Soviet Un ion Friday halted nine US Army vehicles for an hour and 14 min utes on the autobahn out of iso lated Berlin in a tightened in spectipnjpEAmerican convoys on the highway lifeline The Soviets had warned earlier that such troop movements were provoca tive and could lead to dangerous consequences The US Army has been rnov nig convoys to and from West Berlin m recent weeks in an ap parent test of Western rights of access to the disputed city no miles inside East Germany The Soviets halted the nine ve hicles forming the last section of a 1507man convoy en route from Berlin to West Germany on the ground there was an error in the travel documents The US auto bahn operations officer Capt Harry Daniels was called to straighten out the papers and the nine vehicles were then to go on The convoy movement then was completed withoutfurther inci dent The first two sections of the convoy eight vehicles and then six about an hour apart had gone through unhindered The convoy today was made up of Co C 2nd Battle Group 6th Infantry Later in the day the Soviet news agency Tass returned to the attack It said such movements are not dictatedby any kind of military considerations orrequire of leadership a carges of confusion and lack months to get the POPULATON retary of Commerce Luther Hodges holds up 4morithold Tracey Beth Ashbaugh For estville Md at a ceremony marking the U S population reaching an estimated 185 mil lion Hodges pointed out that he population has doubled in 50 years Display in back ground is in the Commerce department lobby in Washing mrm HEmPAKR ONLY THE NEWSPAPER lays so much attention to iclping the reader help him self Business and industry are always looking for intelli gent and wellinformed meats but are just a dangerous act of military display The agency added that a U S Army announcement of more movements next week shows that the US command has decided to bnng Jarger units into the opera tion Explaining Fridays incident a US Army spokesman said the Soviets stopped the last group in the convoy bccnuse the original convoy order listed seven light and two medium vehicles when actually there were eight light and one medium vehicle He explained that trailers are counted as a vehicle on these or ders so a correction was made in a rewritten order million fallout shelter survey set of and identify protection for sons On the inside Cleai Lake News 5 Mason City News 57 89 Latest Markets Society News North Iowa News Vl12 CubGazette 15 Comics jj Transit Schedule TV Guide Puliout Section 50 and awarding 50 Slates to mark White Plains N Y Balti fllan more Washington D C and Houston Tex it also has trained a some 1200 specialists in the Maryland of surveying for this special purpose i WiJh million provided by Congress for this the firms will check all buildings mines tunnels and other structures that may provide shelter against fall out for at least 50 persons each With the help of electronic computer equipment the civil defense agency said it hopes to have the survey program fin ished by next July about six months ahead of schedule Pittman said that by the end of this month about 700 survey contracts will have been awarded and teams started on the first phase of the program The civiC defense planners are looking to the use of schools as key refugee centers in the event of a nuclear attack at night They say schools arc often the only suitable structures for this purpose in residential areas Officials said there is a popu lar misconception that shelters must be underground to be cf j PCO unuuigiuunu IO DC Ct PC Good reading including jfcctivc against fallout On the at leastone newspaper every contrary they said multistory day is a basIC part of scft buildings provide excellent pro tcclion POES KIN DIES Edgar 90 a greatnephew and author and a attorney general of Balaguer crisis deepens New reports of violence SANTO DOMINGO Dominican Republic AP Troops opened ire today on demonstrators call ng for the ouster of President oaquin Balaguer and wounded hree women and a boy Violence in this crisistorn capi al erupted again after the major political opposition group openly lefied a military summons to end i fourday strike One youth was illed in rioting yesterday of the National ivic Union said sentiment hroughoul the country was for lontinuing the strike A few shops did reopen in Santo Domingo Traffic was half nor mal The party decided to continue he strike after rejecting a mili ary proposal to keep President Joaquin Balaguer in office as lead of a sevenman riding junta The armed forces would have vir tually complete power under the proposal Balaguer earlier had declared in a radio address that his present government would stay in office unless the opposition accepted the military proposal Heavily armed troops and screaming mobs clashed in Santo Domingo third and worst clay so far of the general strike and machinegun fire killed one youth A report from Santiago said noise bombs burned 20 women about the legs The antigovernment demonstra tions included a march on the Na tional Palace in response to false reports that Balaguer had re signed Troops forced back the an gry crowd with tear gas and deto nation bombs Quiet returned to the capital at dusk as troop patrols enforced the nightly curfew The Civic Union in what it called its final proposal demand ed Thursday thai Baiaguer step aside for a provisional governing council of five or seven members would elect a chairman by simple ma jority The military plan proposed that all legislative powers be vested in he ruling junta until general elec ions within two years that Con jress largely made up of mem bers of the old Trujillo Dominican party be dissolved and that the military budget could not be re luced below the 1962 estimate of 24 million pesos The government could not be Communist it added At the headquarters of theCivic Jnion some members censured he United States and claimed it had backed Balaguer against the vishes of the people Fiallo allud ng to this declared it was an ustoric error Unseasonably warm as December opens Mild weather marked the begin ning of December Friday with many morning temperatures of about 40 and afternoon readings n the upper 50s over most of the state The Weather Bureau said he unseasonable conditions would continue into the middle of next week Uowa Safety Department Figures A A lo as arms of Soviet Union leaders have refused to register faminn g and the Justice Department not is S Sv atSBl to Pining lo take action ugnt The party declines to
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