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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 21, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                                North Daily Newspaper Edited for Hw Home i MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE v The newsDaoer t h o f m n LA e i i M VOL 100 newspaper that makes all North lowons Associated Press and United Press TnlernattonaJ Full Wires MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY DECEMBER 21 1961 neighbors i 7c a CopyjTliis Paper Consists of Two SectionsSection One No MENON QUESTIONS Indias Defense Minister V K Krishna Menon covers microphone and asks to see press credentials of news man Larry Nathan of radio station WMCA New York Exchange came as Nathan posed question to Menon on Loses temper with newsman Christmas season is wonderful It has Martian all mixed up By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK Wi One year space ship from Mars arrive here secretly It was manned fay a single Mar tian operative ZY125X whose as signment was to find whether th earth was advanced enough fo Mars to consider opening inter planetary relations Here is his first report sent vi mental radio to his comman post on Mars Trip uneventful and according to plan After hiding space ship I ventured into city Found inhab itants unbelievably friendly anc hospitable Many were interested in my strange garb One man noting my helmet asked What are you advertising Bud When I told him Nothing he replied I am a departmen store manager and our Santa Glaus is sick How would you like to take his place I consented It seems Santa Glaus is a kind of god and the earth people worship him most a Christmas I have enjoyed playing this role of god Little children come sit on my lap and tell me what they want and I laugh on loud and answer Okay Ho Ho Ho The earth people are quite cultured Nobody works AH they do all day is eat and tell each other jokes and exchange presents in beautifully colored packages which they get at the departmen store merely by signing their name I met a pretty salesgirl here named Josephine When I con fided to her 1 was from Mars she said I kinda thought you hac a Midwest look judging from your haircut My mother and have an extra room in our apart ment Why dont you move in with us I did More later Operative ZY125X sent his sec ond message to Mars on Christ mas evening It read A wonderful day I gave Jose phine and her mother a couple of watches I had picked up in the store and they gave me some neckties which look like rainbows In the afternoon I wandered into one of the local temples they are called bars A friendly earth man said Pal have a cou ple on me I had two drinks of their ambrosia It made me feel strange and big I went home Josephine said Well country boy I do believe youre loaded She sat me on a sofa and pressed her lips to mine That makes me feel all tingly I told her She said It could be love country boy Immediately this message was sent to operative ZY125X by his Mars command post Satisfied your mission accomplished Re turn at once And back Hashed this reply Not me I like it here On Jan 2nd operative ZY125X sent his last message to Mars Earth has suddenly gone crazy No one smiles Everyone scowls They hurry hurry hurry as if demented They bump into each other rudely The depart ment store manager took away my Santa Claus suit and told me Beat it kid Josephine asked me for some rent money I said You mean that green paper and those jingly pieces of metal I gave them to one of the priests in a temple for some of that nice ambrosia And Josephine said Mama and I arent supporting no bums in this house country boy Out you go and she threw me out into the street I had nothing to wear but my space suit and helmet A police man stopped me and said What are kind of a nut or something Ive got a good mind through t lo loss you into the cooler Some which housed a tavern and a children jeered at me This is a frightening place Photofax latter s arrival at United Nations to ex plain his countrys military action in Portuguese enclaves on the Indian coast Next to Menon is H S Vahali public relations officer of the Indian mission to the U N Indias Menon on defense NEW YORK diplomat V K Krishna Me non apparently testy over his nations delicate position on Goa flared in anger Wednes day and shoved a reporter who questioned him about aggres sion Menon facing a battery of TV cameras and microphones wheeled on Ameel J Fisher of UPI Movietone after denying that Indias occupation of the Portuguese enclaves was ag gression What would you call it then Fisher asked What do you mean Me non snapped pushing Fisher with his hand You cant talk to me like that Speak polite ly Who do you think you are You have no right to be here if you address me in that fash ion Still flustered Menon flashed an icy smile and turned to face the cameras again say ing 1 am sorry this gentle man was rude Fisher replied he meant no offense and offered apologies Later Menon brushed aside the incident and shook hands with Fisher Menons remarks were made at a stormy airport news conference Menon In dias chief UN delegate as well as its defense minister was on his way to the United Nations The flareup over the issue of aggression started when Menon was questioned about U S Ambassador Acllai Stev ensons warning in the Secur ity Council that U N failure to criticize India threatened the future of the United Na tions This will not lead to the death of the Unifetf Nations Menon said I am surprised I thought there would havebeen jubilation in the United Nations at the col lapse of colonialism in Goa We did not commit aggres sion he said Colonialism is permanent aggression N Fighting in Cuba MIAMI military leader of the Cuban revolution now in exile said bloody fighting has in volved rebel guerrillas and 25000 Fidel Castro troops in central Cubas mountains No confirmation of major conflict came from major Cuban exile groups or US officials in this country or from Ha vana The Cuban radio ridiculed the statement Flood waters held off JACKSON rampaging Pearl River crested at a record high and an estimated 1200 emer gency workers fought to savethe levee protecting the industrial suburb of Flowood May intervene in dispute WASHINGTON There were growing indica tions that the United States may intervene somehow in the NetherlandsIndonesian dispute over Dutch New Guinea v Nehru administers enclaves BELGAUM Goa Prime Minister Nehru for the time being will supervise personally the adminis tration of the three conquered Portuguese enclaves in India a defense ministry spokesman said Will renew Dominican ties WASHINGTON President Kennedy says that jf the Organization of American States OAS lifts its sanctions against the Dominican Republic the United States will restore its diplomatic relations with the Caribbean country loss in fire at Davenport DAVENPORT OP Fire swept a twostory vu r j j CIJIA d barbershop and caused an csli yicuc damage Thurs soon as it is dark I will board daFiremen said the blaze ap my space ship and return toiParcnUy started in the base Mars ment of thc building Cause of When Ihe chastened operative the firc not ZY125X reported in person his full tale of horror to his superiors on Mars they held a council and gravely decided it might be better to let the earth people grow up for another thousand years or so before considering interplanetary rtlations FAIR ENOUGH BUFFALO N Y SPCA is handing out Christmas on a trial basis You have three days to try it out said one attendant if you dont like it bring Si back and try another one TONGUE IN CHEEK PITTSBURGH sub urban restaurant advertises Food like mother used lo make before she started playing bridge Photofax TO WED Singer Jill Corey and third baseman JDon Hoak of the Pittsburgh Pirates smile for a photographer at the CityCounty Building in Pittsburgh where they ap plied for a marriage license They plan lo be married next Wednesday shopping days left Trapped in truck two burn to death RIVER SIOUX Texas truck driver and his daughter trapped in the wreckage of their truck afler it collided with anoth er and collapsed a bridge burned lo death Thursday before they could be freed The viclims were William A Moore 38 of Mcsquilc Tex and his daughter Cindy Ann 12 State Highway Patrolman Carl Lenz said he talked lo both Moore and his daughter and held the lit tle girls hand but was unable to free them before thc engine of the meat truck burst into flames Moore was pinned in the cab of thc truck and his daughter was wedged in thc sleeping compart ment in the rear of the cab Officers said Moores Iruck side swiped a gasoline transport near the bridge carromed from side to side and caused the bridge to collapse into the MononaHarrison County drainage ditch The gasoline transport driven by Robert A Frills 32 of Oma ha Neb overturned into a ditch about two blocks north of the bridge Frills suffered only minor t injuries Tsho pact to Conaos signs end unrest Kennedy in Bermuda for talks Father is about same HAMILTON Bermuda AP Leaving his stricken fathers bed side President Kennedy flew into Bermuda Thursday for widerang ing talks with Prime Minister Macmillan The President and the British leader scheduled a luncheon meet ing at government house 45 min utes after Kennedys arrival at Bermudas IQndley Air Force Base Thc central problems of West Berlin and an Allied approach to Moscow are expected to take up much of thc twoday talks Kennedy visited his father Jo seph P Kennedy at St Marys Hospital in West Palm Beach Fla for a half hour before taking off for Bermuda at am CST He said his fathers condi tion appeared to be about the same The President returns to Palm Beach Friday evening but will be kept informed about his fathers condition during his ren dezvous with Macmillan If neces sary he could fly back to Florida in little more than two hours Besides reviewing the Berlin and German question Kennedy and MacmiHan are expected to pay considerable attention to the Congo question nuclear weapons and the future of the North At lantic Treaty Organization It is also likely they will take a long careful look at the role of the so called neutral nations in thc light of Indias takeover of Goa and thc threat of Indonesian action against the Dutch in New Guinea Secretary of State Dean Rusk arranged a luncheon with his Brit ish Home while their bosses were going to their private luncheon Invited to the RuskHome lunch eon on the British side were Sir David OrmstfyGore British am bassador to Washington Sir Nor man Brook secretary to thc Brit ish Cabinet Sir William Penney adviser on nuclear weapons and Sir Evelyn Shuckburgh deputy undersecretary of state for Euro pean affairs On the American side were Mc George Bundy the Presidents ad Bohlen expert on Soviet af fairs David Bruce ambassador to London Glenn T Senborg f 1 V J II J I K v UI JLUfi chairman of the Atomic Energy sacked Leraacn said but it was r Commission and several others VJJYl D earthquake rolled over ColomPloyc bia Wednesday The govern ment said at least 20 persons UN must test his sincerity North Iowa Considerable cloud iness with occasional light Anrooc frt snow through Friday Lows IU Thursday night 10 to 15 Highs o Friday 20 to 25 O pOIHtS Iowa Partly cloudy southwest nrnpnr nwtr r and south mostly cloudy the Conge with occasional snow northeast President Moise Tshomb and north through Friday Lows ag ursday lo cnc the scccs Thursday night 5 to 15 above S aUlf Kalan8a Prov Highs Friday 15 to 25 Further i n S cloudy windy abelhvjllo must approve be colder Saturday fore thc is carried out Tshombe and Premier CyrilU Minnesota Light snow warmAdoula of the central Congo con er Highs Friday in mid20s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Thursday Maximum jg Minimum 5 At 8 am 17 Precipitation Trace Sunrise Sunset 44o taken at Manly Post Office MANLY A brcakin at the Wanly Post Office Wednesday night or early Thursday morn ing netted thieves in excess of according to Worth County Sheriff Myron Leraacn The thieves gained entrance lo the post w a s dedicated his cutting through chains securing the back door with boll cutters The money was taken from four money drawers in a safe Each of the money drawers usually contained about Leraaen said Because of the Christmas rush there may have been more money in thc safe The dial on the safe hadnt been set so al the thieves had to do was open the outside door and pry open he money drawers The thieves overlooked a sub stantial amount of change Another safe which was locked had been tampered with Leraacn said This safe contained money orders and a large amount of stamps The thieves tried to knock the dial f that safe Leraaen added Several cabinets containing office supplies also were ran difficult to tell if anything was missing The brcakin was dis covered shortly after 5 am ckiclcd the pact to restore unitj lUOi IIIIHI a ill o M BOGOTA Colombia An Thursday by a post office emmin m the Congo after more than 1 of negotiations at the UN military base at Kilona The promptly flew off to their respec tive capitals of Elisabethville anc Lcopolclville Tshombe signed an eightpoint declaration which was presented formally to the United Nations Us text announced by the cen tral Congo government was brief and in skeleton form It said The president of the province of Katanga 1 Accepts the application of the fundamental law of May 19 I960 Ihc Congos provisional con sitution under which Katanga is a province and not an independent or autonomous 2 Recognizes the indivisible unity of the Republic of thc Con go 3 Recogni7es President Jo seph Kasavubu as chief of state 1 Recognizes the authority of thc central government over all parts of thc republic 5 Agrees to the participation of representatives of the province of Katanga in a government com mission to prepare a new consti tution f Agrees lo take all measures to permit senators and deputies of Katanga Province to exercise the national functions thai is participate in Ihe national parlia 7 Agrees that the gendarmerie of Katanga shall be placed under hc authority of thc president of the republic Agrees to sec that the reso of the UN Security Council and Genera Assembly are respected and to facilitate their execution Tshombe Tshombe before leaving Kitona old newsmen the declaration would have to ic ratified by lis cabinet and h c Katanga Assembly But a UN spokcs FVND ssiMMW rUEVJOCSlY REPORTED GlobeGazette newsroom IK IMl A ffttaa 5K Karen Sandy and Janet Miller 2 m licta Silfma IliiXi Mu Chap tcr Clear Lake In memory of Larry Dean Ititter by Mr and Mrs Harry Kilter Clear Lake Thc Ottermans and Marcella niaiuhard Georjjc Earhart Jolly West Forkcrs IH Club Sheffield Prltchard Motor Cu employes A my and Lou Seoul Troop ifi School Bun Susan John and Hcth Louie Terfufen in memory of his wife Lora Iuchula Three Garner friends Mrs C O Faugslad Km in ons Minn SIUS Fort Dodge From a Clarion friend Mrs lillie Faaherj Meservey From k iM Anonymous donor Mr anil Mrs I K Olthoff in memory of Mark Ollhoff Father Andrew E Georgarou diikis Eastern Orthodox Church GlobeOazeltc tiiisincss office Iayne Plumbingand 51H 15IM IIIIH A Kraniimulhcr Portland Lively Lassies From a friend r n From another friend Ilalph Sally DOUR Scott TylcrKynn Furniture Co Jon Willy llechy Tin 10 IH is no MMK TOTAL S IMI550 TOTAL TO DATE y STILL NEEDED s Clilnjf days left Cheer Fund still needs to il T r Thc IBI v it ivctiioul VviLV were killed and scores injured Wl1 sencl agents to investigate hreakin far as we S poslmastcriarc concerned from Kansas City it is sFgncdt sealed and de livered There I is no question iof ratification TSHOMBE Some observers in Lcopoldville adopted a wait and see attitude i They recalled that Tshombe jmadc a similar unity agreement in Lcopoldville last June while be held prisoner by thc centra government and repudiated it as soon as he returned lo Elisabelh ville This time however UN troops arc in control of his capita after a twoweek war UN Acting SecretaryGeneral U Thant had ordered UN troops ITU only two giv ing days left the Christmas Cheer Fund is still short of making the 3 000 goal needed We are confi de n t however that t h e people of Mason City and environs will as they hnva done in 36 previous campaigns open their hearts and purses for this worthy cause It will be noted that two more departments of the GlobeGazette are in the lisl of gifts bringing the total contributions from this newspaper and its employes to 27335 thus far The contributions Thursday in cluded a number from other com munities where the appeal of the needy in our community has reached generous persons Something of the sentiment of V those who send gifts to the Cheer Fund is this note from George Earhart want lo do my bit to help someone else I believe it is a Christian duty to help the needy If we do not the Love of God does not dwell in us So says the Scrip lure Although I have been laid up for six months because of an accident I still vant to do my bit even if I cant give large sums to help the poor May God bless you in your effort to see thafc others have a Christmas Written in a boys hand cama this note with a contribution JTroop 26 would like to give you to have a Katanga to observe a jfirc while the talks were under way firing only if fired upon Merry Christmas too We hope many others will join these cheerful givers in the next two days We cant let these de serving families down We aro confident you will not let them down Bring or send your gift to MANLY County Sheriff Myron Leraacn right and Deputy Dale Goldbluff look over the safe which was looted durinw a hreakin at the Manly Post Office SAME I CHRISTMAS CHEER Care GlobeGazette Mason City Iowa On the inside Editorials Page 4 ComicsS Society News67 Sports lQ North Iowa News11 Latest Markets 12 Mason City News1203 Clear Lake News 14 Transit Schedule 16   

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