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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 5, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             NorthIowas Daily Newspaper Edited for Hw Hon VOL 100 The newspaper that Awoelated United Press tatemaUeaa Full Wires CITY GLOBEGAIETTE makes all North lowons neighbors MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY DECEMBER 51961 HOME Coniutf orTwo StcUmc5eetiu No 4f Kata nga again aunch open warfare The plight of Cuban refugees exile here By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGarctte Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTON The story of Cuban refugees here is another sorry one of too littletoo lateism More than 120000 exiles from the Castro regime have come to the United States since January 1959 according to Health Education and Welfare estimates Some 62 000 of these are without valid trav el documents Atty Gen Robert F Kennedy said recently From 60 to 70 per cent of then are concentrated in the Miam area investigations by the staf of the Senate Refugees subcom mittee disclose Of these almos twothirds are jobless with 2600 on public assistance in Dade Com ty alone and the total increasin by 4000 a month The White House announced year ago that President Eisenhou er had authorized up to fnillio for relief and resettlement Trac S Voorhies the Presidents per sonal representative reported fortnight later that already th refugee problem was becomin increasingly acute A total of somewhat less tha million was spent through las June 30 for a variety of activities The money came from the Pres dents foreign aid contingent funds President Kennedy on March i announced the granting of in loans to 328 Cuban students at tending US colleges The Presi dent recommended also that th Organization of American State study the desirability of establish ing a university for students from all American nations So far noth ing has come of this latter pro posal President Kennedy on July 2 sent to Congress a draft bill fo overall refugee aid including aic to the stranded Cubans In differ ent versions this was approvet by both houses but HouseSenate conferees were unable to agree on the final form of the bill anc so it went by the boards until nex year The Department of Health Education and Welfare continues to draw on contingency about million through nex Dec its Cuban program This includes 1 running a reg istration center in the Miami area where refugees are examined and classified as participating to capabilities with the state Florida in financial assistance 3 aiding Dade County schools to meet the additional cost of the influx of Cuban youngsters 4 ar ranging resettlement with the assistance of private 5 loaning funds to needy Cuban col lege students 6 retraining doc tors and lawyers Resettlement is not always so easy as it may sound Thirteen thousand Cuban families already have turned down opportunities to leave the Miami area The Cuban exiles have been political as well as a moral em barrassment to their host country this even since the April farrago in the Bay of Pigs For example this government strongly objected to efforts in October by Cuban and jurists to set up in Miami a government in exile However much one might sympathize vith their aspirations US neutrality laws forbid the operation of a provisional govern ment on US soilwhether or not this country recognizes the regime against which it is aimed NEW JAP SUBS TOKYO Construction of Japans fourth postwar subma rine got under way Tuesday with keellaying ceremonies at the Mitsubishi shipyard in Kobe The keel for a sister sub is to be laid Wednesday The 750ton 14knot ships cost million och 1 AP Ihotofax SHE GAVE HER North Americans are taking President Kennedys fitness program to heart and its leaving them gasping Amber Sutherland 14 collapses into the arms of track officials aft er winning the gruelling 1V2 mile crosscountry race at Vancouver B C It was be lieved the first race of its kind for women on this continent Kennedys to visit neighbors WASHINGTON AP Presi dent and Mrs Kennedy will visit Venezuela and Colombia Dec 16 and 17 to dramatize the Alliance for Progress program for social and economic development of the Western Hemisphere The White House announced the rip long said Kennedy hopes to visit other parts of Latin America in the fu ture There was no elaboration as to how soon in such a visit might occur or what coun tries might be visited On the flying expedition to Ca racas and Bogota Kennedy will ake part in the dedication of housing primary educa ion and rural community im provement projects begun under Defends call of reserves No more anticipated WASHINGTON APISecretary of the Army Elvis J Stahr Jr has ndicated that if the Army gets two moreregular divisions it could cope with future cold war crises without calling up National uardsmen and Reservists The indication came Monday when Stahr announced that the Army has corrected most of the clothing and equipment shortages poor living conditions and idle less problems which prompted complaints from citizen soldiers ordered to active duty Informed sources said the reg ular Army probably will be in creased lo 16 divisions with an overall strength of about 960000 men The Army now totals more than i million regular divi sions plus two National Guard di visions and more than 400 smaller Guard and Reserve units mus tered into active service In all 119000 Guardsmen and Reservists have been called to the colors since early October and Stahr said an Armywide survey showed only slightly more than 1000 soldier gripes Field reports indicate clearly that the morale of the over whelming majority of individuals called to duty is high Stahr told a news conference The need for an immediate in crease in the Armys combat the Alliance for Progress which he outlined as a major 10year pal for the United States during lis presidential campaign The purpose of the visit the White House said is to dramai tize and spotlight the cooperativ effort being made by the United States and the republics of Soutl America to accelerate the econom c and social development of the Western Hemisphere The trip will cover four days Kennedy will fly from Washing on to San Juan Puerto Rico on Friday Dec 15 He will spend the night as guest of Gov Luis Munoz Marin Kennedy will leave San Juan Saturday Dec 16 for Caracas and pend Saturday night in the Venc uelan capital then take off Sun day morning for Bogota Sunday night will be spent in Bogota with departure for Wash ngton scheduled for Monday morning Kennedy has a conference with Prime Minister Harold Macmilian set for Dec 21 and 22 in Bermuda This is to cover cold war prob ems with emphasis on the Bcr in situation met by calling up trained tional Guardsmen and Reserv ists Larger draft calls would not provide the needed strength time he added m Phntofax BATTLE locates Elisabethville where fighting erupted between Katangan troops UN and WIRandWflRMIR North Iowa Fair through Wed nesday W a r m e r Tuesday night lows in low 20s Warm er Wednesday highs in mid 40s Iowa Fair through Wednesday Warmer west and north cen tral Tuesday night lows i the 20s Warmer over th state Wednesday high 50 northwest to 40s southeast Further outlook Parti cloudy and turning colde Thursday Minnesota Variable cloudiness Wednesday warmer Highs around 38 GlobeGazette ip to 8 arn Maximum Minimum Al 8 am Sunrise Sunset weather data 37 17 18 On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 101112 1516 North Iowa News 17 Latest Markets 18 Mason City News 1819 Clear Lake News 20 Comics Farm Features 53 Transit Schedule 24 shopping days left Mews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Vamoose Udall told Dominican unrest lessens move led to belief peace in c ipace project pushed CAPE CANAVERAL Fhx The United States pressed ahead toward its goal of orbiting around the world this year Scientists mns TWOrkued round the clock an chosen Pilot extensve f from the be made as early as Dec r Favors trade freedom WASHINGTON Former secretary of state the economes of Western Europe and North America must be brought together in some way to maintain a climate of frSm n the noncommunist trade world Acheson told a JlouseSenate economic subcommittee the free world Communist Natives fleeing in panic Turmoil in the Congo FROSf OCJK WIRE SERVICES ELISABETHVILLE Katanga Nations troops at tacked Katangese forces at midday Tuesday and drove them from a roadblock between the Elisabethville airport and the city Katangese opened fire on the UN headquarters and fighting continued into the evening end ing a truce In a second action near the airport Indian UN troops cleared a Katangese entrench ment at bayonet point Small arms fire peppered the UN headquarters building inside Elisabethville All of the 90 Americans in the ity were reported safe The UN action came after disclosure of a Katangese mili tary plan for an attack on all United Nations installations here Katanga Foreign Minister Evariste Kimba said the UN forces opened fire first with heayy weapons against the lightlyarmed Katanga army Panic engulfed the jnativ population when word of the st cret Katanga plan of attack got B out Many of the Africans left fstfand a hal their jobs and fled to the native S The bus dn areas The streets were fuJl of mill ing people scrambling for safety before the first shots were fired Roads were filled with horn Looting cars headed away from the scenes of action Relations between Katanga and the United Nations began deteriorating Nov 26 when President Tshombe called on lis people lo prepare for a new attack by the United Nations In his government were there and jowa were keeping in touch with him favor To rr i 4 li 1 i f He again said that Katanga ready to fight to the death is S that there fund filed to will beno empty stockings in this com Vkj JLJCIO LU1QCIII mml Christmas fund failed to reach its goal Car school bus hit North lowan victim SARATOQA Virgi ing southand Mrs Lewis was Lew s 47 tiiwi y w 47 was ki car struck a school bus a mill east and a halfmile north d bus driven by Floyc xue ous driven by Eloyd MIU entrance to Uie Clifford Moses Lime Springs was goNormain farm to pick up the Norm an hnvc 111 Owasa again turns down school plan IOWA FALLS The proposal irst He said all members of 27 was 1 to vo VOte to l This is the fifth time Owasa has voted against the reorgani TWLVU me reorgam At London meanwhile Irish zation with other districts Gen Sean McKeown said he had Twice it has defeated the Iowa asked to be released on Dec 31 Falls proposal twice a propos as United Nations military comal to include 25 sections with mandpr in Ihp Cannon FlrTntn f ij Mora once to include five Norman boys Ronald 12 and Jerry n As Mrs Lewis came over the crest of a bill ap sroaching the bus she applied her brakes and lost control of he car Mrs Lewis was thrown out of the car as it struck the left Coast Guard takes freighter in tow HOUGHTON Mich oast Guard cutter Tuesday amc to the aidof a coal car battered helplessly in Lake Superior by mountainous waves and gale force winds Officials at the lifeboat station here said he cutter Woodrush had the C D Secord and aken her under tow They said 28 persons aboard the Secord in me a once lo me My decision was not because scctons with Hubbard clnvplnnmnnl t In The hlPh Sfhmnl in of developments in Katanga not operation Pupils are sent tuition elcmcnlarv VIcKeown said I had no wish uP 0 make a career in the United schools on a Nations basis Owasa is receiving no The general backed criticism of certain member nations in the United Nations made by Dr onor Cruise OBrien former JN civilian representative in Katanga last weekend What he said about Rhode ia South Africa Belgium and Britain and certain others is perfectly true McKeown said v i i Brien speaking as a private citizen had charged those coun ties with deliberately obslruct ng his attempts to carry out UN policies in Katanga Adlai wont run for Senate seat UNITED NATIONS NY AP Ambassador Adlai E Stev nson announced Tuesday he will ot run for the US Senate from Ilinois and indicated he will re lain in his post as UN chief Jlegatc Tn a statement issued through UN spokesman Stevenson said e had informed Mayor Richard 3aley of Chicago that he would ot be a Democratic candidate or the Senate post The high school in Owasa is Mercury skids but Iowa to warm up again Clear skies and cool temper atures arc Iowas weather al lotment for Tuesday As the cloud blanket that has swathed the state cleared the mercury tumbled td 10 above zero early Tuesday morning at LcMars Other overnight lows ranged up lo 25 at Davenport Mason City had 17 The thermometer hit 61 de grees at Davenport and Burling ton Monday afternoon before the colder air reached that sec lion Skies are expected to remain generally clearthrough Tues day night with warmer temper atures in the west and north The warming trend carried into the state on southwesterly winds will continue Wednesday CHANGE IN PLANS KANE Pa and Mrs going home Sheriff Prcy Haven 3B1U Moses had signalled to stop at the entrance to the Clifford recovered from under the bus The left front wheel of the bus was crumpled and pushed un derneath the frame There were about 20 children riding on the bus NTancy Walker 13 was thrown from the bus into a ditch She suffered a possible fracture of the collar bone and mild con cussion and was taken into the Riccville hospital Three other children were shaken up and bruised none se Betty Walker 7 sister of Nan cyhad facial cuts Kingslcy Johnson 9 facial bruises and chipped teeth and Sandra Wat son 9 cuts and bruises They vere treated by a physician at he scene then went to the hos pital as outpatients Another bus was sent to the scene to take the children to their classes Mrs Lewis who is survived by her husband and son Paul was taken to the Zachow Fu neral Home Lime Springs vherc funeral arrangements are ncomplete ust cast of Saratoga JUDGE HUGGED BY HAPPY WTFP loui coimts charging bribery A mistrial nn tvc fourth count on which the jury disagreed was ordered by Superior Judge James G Whyte John Ston was VUYuonn   

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