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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 18, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home GlTYG VOL 1M Associated Press tnd United Press Internationa Full Wires The newspaper that mokes all North lowans GAZETTE HOME EDITION MASON IOWA MONDAY DECEMBER 18 1961 neighbors 7e 3 Paper Consists of Two SectionsSection No M One Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE WOI v Decorlitmoi Ames Pm Sun IU5pm Sun Dallas is something of a topsy city TEX IS ONE OF those places thats hard to believe even when youre look ing at it It has a distinctiveness suggestive of San Francisco Singapore Sydney and New Or leans But let me hasten to make it clear that Dallas is like none of the four places named One impression I gained from a couple visits there one with in the month is that its pretty much a jerrybuilt metropolis that like Topsy it just growed moreover that to quite some extent this im provisation rule is still Iftheres a longterm piaster plan it hasnt as yet begun to impress itself on the casual visitor which is what of course As a part of the plan for pre venting the downtown what is usually referred to as the loop district in a large city has begun aiming a network of high speed arterials in that direction Its an attempt to head off the deterioration that has come to the established business sections in St Louis and many another American city You hear from those who use these express ways that they werent con structed in the most strategic locations But things like that seem to worry citizens of the Dallas nick name very much If they cover they made a mistake they wont even bat an eye about starting pv e r again Thats the way theyare Texans used large stakes to playing for Theres a spirited rivalry be tween Dallas and Fort Worth some 40 miles to the west But that rivalry Ive concluded after my contacts with both places is generated and nur tured more in Fort Worth than in Dallas Fort Worth has a cer tain rangecountry flavor about Dallas seems bent on shedding this characteristic and moving in the direction of things cul tural Besides Dallas is about twice her next door neighbor The real rivalry as far as Dallas is I think this feeling is shared by many Texans who dont livein either with Houston Where as Fort Worth savors of graz ing and livestock Houstons central pride and interest is in ARRIVE IN FLORIDA President his wife leave the West Palm Beach Fla airport after arriving from their exuberant Latin Ameri can goodwill trip Mrs Kennedy was a big hit of the jaunt as crowds in Venezuela and Colombia shouted Look Look and What a beauty A Heavy cold President has trip souvenir PALM BEACH Fla Kennedy suf fering from a heavy cold stopped in Palm Beach Monday instead of returning directly to Washington from his weekend trip to Latin America Press secretary Pierre Salinger said Kennedys present plan s to leave for Washington Tuesday morning Salinger told newsmen that the decision to stay over in Palm Beach was made Monday morning en route to Florida from a refueling stop at Ramey Air Force Base in Puerto Rico Salinger used the description heavy in describing the chief executiveslillness y The Air Force jet carrying the presidential partyhad been cheduled here only long enough to let off Mrs Kennedy who was to joinher children Palm Beach for Christmas Kennedy had intended to get with them on Friday on his return from a meeting vith British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan in Bermuda Salingers announcement that Kennedys present plan is to continue on to Washington Tues iiunai puut dim interest is in i its spectacular industrial against the United irninnmnrtt if 1t juotates and an overwhelming re ception at Bogota Colombia re assured Kennedy Bad weather to hit Iowa again Bad weather has taken dead aim on Iowaagain The weather bureau predicted a cold wave warning for all of thestate by late Tuesday and forecast light snow for all sections in the next 2436 hours It has become the Southlands greatest city by far Dallas has both an interest and a pride too in this direction But this interest in industry re tail and wholesale trade insur ance companies and banking is tinctured with concern about cultural activities such as opera symphony orchestras painting and architecture For miles around in any di rection because Dallas is sit uated on generally flat land de spite the Trinity River which bisects the community without doing much for it one can see the downtown Dallas skyline Lately at the behest of aviation authorities a Dallas bank was induced to chop a mere 10 stories off a projected sky scraper In the light of the pronounced spaciousness of presentday Dal las and the possibilities for growth in all directions its a bit difficult to understand this emphasis on vertical architec ture One just about has to con clude that Dallasonrans or Dal lasites being Texans like things tall as well as big Just about everybody goes to Dallas with some preconceived notions about that famous Nie manMarcus department store Its almost as well known as Macys in New York Marshall Fields in Chicago and Wana makcrs in Philadelphia Any establishment lhal famous would have to be big one reasons Turn ta 2 lay indicated the President still expects to keep the date with Vlacmillan His schedule has called for a flight from Wash ngton to Bermuda Thursday Traces of a cold showed up Sunday night in Bogota as he poke to a dinner given in honor of the Kennedys by President and Mrs Alberto Lleras Camar lo of Colombia There was a light huskiness in his voice The Kennedys whirlwind trip o the upper tier of South America vas an obvious personal success An enthusiastic greeting at Cara cas Venezuela where leftists had made violent attempts to incite 1000 to Grafton boy in lawsuit NORTHWOOD After eight hours deliberation a jury here awarded to George Hardwick Jr a minor repre sented by his mother Leona Bartz both of Grafton The damage suit was brought against Darrell A Bublitz and his parents Harold and Lucille Bublitz also of Grafton The suit the outgrowth of a onecar accident southwest of Grafton the evening of Nov 10 1958 Hardwick wag riding in a car driven by Dean Bub litz then 15 owned by his brother Barrel Hardwick was injured when the driver lost control of the car and it turned over He suf fered brain damage and has not regained consciousness since the accident Darrell Bublitr as owner of the car was charged with giv ing consent to an untrained un licensed person to drive his car The boy was charged by the highway patrol in 1958 with failure to have the car under control and driving without a license He pleaded guilty Mr and Mrs Bublitz were named as codefendants since both boys arc minors The weather North fowa Cold wave warning beginning Tuesday morning Cloudy Tuesday occasional freezing drizzle changing to light snow through most of Tuesday Shifting winds Mon day night becoming northerly with some blowing snow Tues day Turning much colder Tuesday with cold wave con ditions Lowest Tuesday morn ing 1422 Highest Tuesday in 20s Iowa Mostly cloudy with occa sional freezing drizzle Mon day night changing to light snow Tuesday Cold wave snow and blowing snow and winds 30 to 40 miles an hour entering north west Tuesday and spreading over state Tuesday night Temperatures falling to near zero extreme northwest and 20s southeast by Tuesday morning and 1520 below northwest and near zero southeast by Wednesday morning Highs Tuesday near zero extreme northwest to 20s southeast Minnesota Light snow windy colder High Tuesday 10 above Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 am Monday Ind it Katanga defenses begin to crack ia grabs enclaves Portugal in appeal to the UN says India BOMBAY India Mon day claimed capture of two Portu guese and and gains on all sectors in a light ning campaign against Goa the third and largest of Portugals possessions on the subcontinent Portugal asked for an urgent neeting of the UN Security Council and a denunciation of India for an unprovoked militaiy aggression Spurning a UN appeal for ne gotiations Prime Minister Nehru sent troops tanks warships and Dombers of this second most pop ulous of the worlds nations against the tiny territories under Portugals flag since the 16th icntury The Indian government an nounced in New Delhi that Damao and Diu north of Bombay were liberated in this first day of what Nehru termed a police ac ion A spokesman for Nehrus re gime leader of the AsianAfrican neutralist bloc announced the Indian navy put a Portuguese warship out of action in a sea oattle off Goa 200 miles south of Bombay r Portugal a charter member of the North Atlantic Treaty Organi zation said it had only one war ship in the area the 30yearold loop Alfonso de Albuquerque The Portuguese who had agreed to negotiations said their orces outnumbered more Maximum Minimum Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum t GlobeGazette weather data up I to 8 am Sunday Maximum 24 Minimum u Precipitation 3 inches snow 30 18 30 12 han 21 but were putting up gal ant resistance in Goa Men from the Diu and Damao garrisons were reported to have been with drawn to strengthen the defenses of Goa a territory of 1537 square miles and a population of 600000 By Indian account the three pronged strike into Goa with tanks helping to batter the way was going according to schedule Several towns were reported seized Authoritative reports from Belgaum near the Goa frontier said the invaders were within a few miles of Nova Goa the capital In New Delhi Prime Minister Nehru said he was saddened at the military action but old co lonialism cannot continue We undertook this action when we fell no alternative was left open to us The Portuguese ultimately left no choice open to us The invasion was aimed at wiping out the last of Portu guese rule over the tiny out posts on the Indian subconti nent which has been in effect since 1510 A British foreign office spokesman said in London that Britain deplores the use of force in Goa and the government al ready had expressed its con cern Unofficially British newspa pers said the invasion put the foreign office into a quandry They defined il this way Should Britain support India a commonwealth country or conic to the aid of Portugal with whom it has a treaty The treaty dates from 1353 and calls for aid in the event of attack Ceasefire appears to be at hand US makes arrangements FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES ELISABETHVILLE K a tanga Congo United Nations troops planes and armored cars ap peared Monday to have broken the back of organized Katangan resistance in Elisabethville An early ceasefire seemed likely as the United States sought a truce meeting between Ka tanga President Moise Tshombej and Premier Cyrille Adoula of I VICTIM OF BRAZILUAN CIRCUS identified man carries child into hospital after fire which swept a nylon circus tent as 2500 persons watched a performance at Niteroi Brazil Niteroi is across bay from Rio de Janeiro An estimated 250 were killed many of them children It was the worst circus fire in history worse than the Singling Bros blaze in Hartford Conn in 1944 in which 168 died S3000 Congolese govern Suspect arson in fire fatal to 250 NTTEROr Braiil AP Fireiropes The blazing mass fell on Soared through a nyloncircus tent Sunday afternoon as 2500 persons watched a performance Police estimated250 were killecl Officials early Monday said 180 bodies had been recoveredmany of them children An estimated 500 were injured some seriously Gov Celso Pecanha of Rio de Janeiro State said arson was sus pected The fire flashed up the tent as wo trapeze performers began Lheir aerial act Within five min utes the flameshad enveloped the mammoth tent and seared the the Some were trapped in theii seats Others could not get near the exits Some were trampled to death Fearcrazed women and chil dren rushed for the exits fell atop each other and caught fire of the hundreds of injured was hampered by short ages of medicine blood plasma lospital beds doctors and nurses Air force helicopters flew medi cine and plasma from Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo Radio ap peals brought doctors and nurses rom Rio Erbes efforts foil S No Music Man props DES MOINES UPI Hollywood has disappointed Gov Norman A Erbe m his efforts to get the movie sets of The Music Man for display at the Iowa State Fair next summer Erbe said he had heard from Warner Bros producers of the film that the exterior sets used in the movie are a perma nent type he left standing to be used in later films The interior scenes have been adapted to other pictures or already dismantled M he Broadway hit by Mason City native Meredith Wllson will have its press premiere at his home town June 19 V1 The setting for the Willson hit is River City Iowa but Atomic Encr8y Commission has actually depicts Willsons hometown of Mason Citv the Central mcnt The heavy UN attack scat ercd the Kataugese troops al hough many continued waging uerrilla warfare in the streets of the Katanga capital As the fighting continued United Nations jets attacked the headquarters of the Belgianop irated Union Minicre mining ompany and dropped mortar ihells around the Hotel Leopold I a haven for refugees from the battle Food and water was running iow in Elisabethville The main streets were piled with rubble and hungry dogs prowled through the ruins look ing for food The treelined av ehues are dotted with burned on automobiles Edmund A Guflion TJ S am bassador to the Congo arrived at Ndola Northern Rhodesia where he planned to meet with Tshombe and take him to race meeting with Adoula at he Congo coastal town of Kitona Despite the continued UN ac ivity however there was no ndicalion the United Nations las taken full control of Elisa bethville UN Acting SecretaryGener al U Thant backed by the United States has repeatedly nade clear that there will be no ceasefire until UN objec ives in Katanga are achieved UN troops had only two re maining objectives still needed o give them virtual control of he palace and Radio Katanga The drive launched by 5000 UN troops has carried into the heart of Elisabethville with a giant pinccr movement clamp ing a vise to isolate the city CHRISTMAS CHEEK FUXD GOAL SSOOUOO KETOKTED SiIOUS DSS Maiiriiic anri Krling JJech Miniature Malince Musical Club Mr and Mrs IV E Smith son HFIt Jusl a friend VllO llcthlclicm JM Handy Holmes joi Mrs Theresa Novak MM Amalgamated Clotlilmr Workers of America Local filiti jo 00 LU B ol p 0 V r A on Harrier anil Uarh llirsch Encrcctlc Class First Con Krcgallmial Church 04 Susie t MltzJe Daughters of Union Veterans of Civil War A Noiiny 3Iuuse A Contributor From a Dougherty Friend Pally and David Wiltcn 100 Two riends Mrs U E Stanley Mrs Leonard Olson Brltt The Allen rations Home Room llfi Monroe School 301 500 lOO srio iOO THE DAYS TOTAL TO DATE 10850 S5V2Ji 7TH ATEST WASHINGTON iff T he OPERA CLOSES NEW YORK Three penny Opera is over Off Broadways long run champ rang down the final curtain Sun day night after 2612 perform ances On the Inside Editorials Page 4 Society News Sports 1314 Latest Markets 16 Mason City News1617 North Iowa News19 Comics22 Clear Lake News 23 INNOCENT VICTIM LOS ANGELES Navarro 41 Los Angeles died Monday from injuries suffered last week when she was struck by the falling body of a suicide victim who leaped from a 14 story hotel announced its seventh under ground nuclear explosion since the United States began its cur rent scries of tests The detona tion Sunday was carried out at the AECs Nevada test site shopping days left blaze destroys ballroom near Whittemore WHITTEMORE A major fire m miles northwest of Whittemore early Sunday de stroyed the Plantation ball room and dining room The fire was discovered at am by a Wisconsin trucker The Whittemore fire department was called but the blaze was beyond control and nothing was saved on the 234 by 60 foot structure V The estimated loss is SlOO 000 for the popular ballroom which was used for wedding receptions dances and parties The loss is partially covered by insurance Mr and Mrs H R Pcttit who live on a farm three miles from the ballroom arc the owners Tcttil his son Willie and manager William KoIIasch had left the ballroom shortly after l am They had cleaned up after a Christmas party staged by the Weigenhoff Corp of Algona attended by 150 persons The origin of the fire is un determined The ballroom was opened in September 1948 STILL NEEDED 5118708 GIVING DAVS LEFT rFund must have YOUR help HIS is a call for help in putting the Christmas Cheer Fund over t h e top Only five giving days remain with nearly half the needed goal still to be raised From the ex periences of other years we know the generous hearted resi dents of Mason City and envir ons will rally in support of this great cause Never in its 36 years has the Cheer Fund failed to make its goal It must not fail this year We must be assured that there will be no empty stockings this Christmas in our community Doris Bruce executive secre tary of Family Service Inc which administers the fund is now busy conferring with the families andindividuals on their needs Certainly we dont want her to run put of funds before the job is completed Mondays list of contributors included Sunday School classes school rooms clubs and indi viduals From one of the youngest con tributors came this note Although I am only threc nfonthsold I would like to send along my contribution to the Cheer Fund I hope it can help in some small way a baby not as fortunate as I It was signed Randy Holmes From Britt came a contribu tion from Mrs Leonard Olson in memory of the birthday of mymtle daughter Idellys Ann Olson on Dec 20 I know how happy this would make her to know her birthday goes to make another child happy From donor HFB came a bit of verse on the Christmas Cheer Fund that we may have occa sion to use She and other con tributors have our sincercst thanks In the name of many boys and girls as well as fathers and mothers we ask you to keep your gifts coining Bring or send your gift to the GlobeGazette office Send it to CHRISTMAS CHEER Care GlobeGazette Mason City Iowa   

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