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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 16, 1962, Mason City, Iowa North loWas Daily Klewsjxijte for H VOL 100 The newspaper that makes oil North MASON neighbors Coniliti of Two HOME EDiTION No U slain in Congo LEh Congo Roman Catholic Tnrth 7 werekjUed by Congolese Kongolo in north Katanga on Jan l church authorities reported Tuesday A dispatch from an Associated Press correspondent at Bu kavu a Kivu Province town 225 miles northeast of Kongolo said missionaries who escaped the massacre reported the violence to the bishop at Bukavu The bodies of the 18 were recovered the dispatch said An other missionary was taken a wayand has not been heard from The report to the bishop said rys milk pail overf lows Cows really contented By WILLIAMDICKINSON JR GlobeGaiette Editorial RESEARCH BUREAU WAS H IN GTO NTo 428000 dairy farmers this is the era of the overflowing milk pail Pampered cows are giving out more milk than ever before pounds a year per cow compared with 5000 pound 15 years Milk production rose by 15 per cent in 1961 and herds are being enlarged to cash in on two recent increases in the gov ernments dairy price supports Although his income has been increasing the consumer Has been buying less not more milk National consumption of dairy year at least 2 million pounds below consumption levels of 1960 despite a 17 per cent rise in population Agriculture Sec and than oci 300 of his gendarmes his only mil troops of the Congo central gov ernment attacked missionaries living near Kongojo beat them killed them President Moise Tshombe of Ka tanga oh Jan 1 that his forces had abandoned Kongolo and that the invaders were killing hundreds o civilians and burning villages as they advanced on the town Tshombe claimed that the in vading troops were under the or ders of the Central Congo gov ernment in Leopoldville butre ports since have indicated that they were loyal to proCommunist Deputy Premier Antoine Gizenga who was put under virtual house arrestin Stanleyville Sunday by central government troops Gizenga has been accused of dispatching troops into north Ka tanga in an effort to establish his own state in the northeast Congo Units of Gizengas Stanleyville force were blamed for the murder of 13 Italian UN airmen in Kivu Province in November The troops in north Katanga and adjoining Kivu Province constitute the bulk of the Stanleyville army which took orders from Gizenga and Gen Victor Lundula when it took orders from anydne Lundula switched his allegiance to the central government and commanded the troops inStanley ville who put down an insurrec ipn attempt by Gizenga overthe retary Orville L Freeman spec ulates that the decline may be due to the current vogue of diet Weight and c h o 1 e s t e r f atfd mothers fearfiiKof radioactive fallout in childrens milk are believed responsible itary force in the leftists former stronghold on AP Photolax the head nf the drawing of French Premier Charles de French authorities prepared to clamp a state of siege on Algiers unless the is smeared mounting wave of terrorist violence is iy and a halted Slayings have been averaging 20 a day in recent weeks Youth top suspect Iti Chicago school CHICAGO UPI A 13year old boy who has admitted to suburban police he set a num Gizenga Tuesday was strippedjbei f other firesTyesdaywas of his post in the Congolese govconsidered a prime suspect in ernment Legal proceedings will bestarted Adoula told newsmen the rene Surplus milk became a profagade deputy premier will be rr r r decide what should be milk support program in 1933 Over ttie years the government with him has lost nearly S21 billion in supporting pricesof dairy pro ducts not counting the mil lion spent on lowcost milk for free distributionto schoolsand institutions In comparison tfie cost of corn price supports has totaled billion and of wheat suppbrts 514 billion an Eisenhower admin istrationcommitted to lowering agriculture price props had to bow finally to dairyland pres sures With e 1 ec t io n s seven weeks away President Eisen hower on Sept 16I960 signed a bill raising price supports on butterfat cents to 596cents a and milk used for manufacturing from to per He Appended the revealing com ment that a Veto would only 1200 new TV sets among loss in costly blaze DAVENPORT AP stroyed a fourstory appliance centerincluding 1200 new tele vision sets and caused an esti mated halfmillion dollar Joss late Monday night The brick building housing Clarks Super Appliance Center was located in downtown Daven port A show room occupied the first floor and appliances were stored on top three floors Between 40 and 50 persons liv ing in the nearby Melrose Apart regions tjj P fender intensely ments were evacuated j Clyde Clark Jr operator of the Center said 1200 new television sets were delivered to the store Six months later the Kennedy administration sought to raise farm income by ordering an other increase in dairy price supports Supports for manu facturing milk went to the hundredweight and butterfal supports to 604 cents apound The consumer shares with the taxpayer a partof the cost of these programs Dairy product that couid be bought for one dot lar in 194749 cost in 1959 in 1960 and about in 1961 Unless increas ed or production trimmed the government will spend upwards of million in 1962 to remove surplus dairy products from the market let it be known that he contemplates a program which would limit the quantity of milk the farmer can sendto market and the quantity onwhich he can receive full government price support But limitations on production may provetpolitically upalatable in this election year vVTKe lesson seems to be that the American consumer of milk had better start drinking up or hell continue to ba paving up in one way or another JOURNALIST DIES LONDON UP Hanhen Swaf fer 82 the Pope of Fleet Street and a legend of British journalism died Tuesday Monday He estimated the loss at more than He said all other merchandise in the store was destroyed He said the loss was covered by in surance The owner of the building Joe Sirota said it was worth a ter of a million dollars the Our Cady of the Angels School fire which claimed 95 lives three years ago Sgt of the Chica go police bomb News in a nufshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES US tanks withdrawn US Army announced it is pull ing back its tanks and armoredcars from the area around the key Friedrichstrasse crossing point on the divided EastWest Berlin border Observers felt the move indicated a lessening of tension along the border where at one time American and Soviet tanks faced each other only a few hundred feet apart when the crisis was at its height Soviet armor pulled back from the crossingpoint some time ago i Atest talks deferred States and Britain for mally agreed to abandon the threepower nuclear test ban talks and refer the issue to the disarma ment negotiations expected to open in Geneva next March Troops to Germany FRANKFURT first elements of an Army force of 6000 men arrived here from the United States to test American ability to airlift troops abroad in a hurry A C135 transport carrying 72 officers and men touched down after a nonstop polar flight from McChord base in Washington Shift school bill strategy Democratic leaders an nounced after a meetingwith President Kennedy that they will press legislation for federal aidfor colleges as a separate measure from proposed fed eral funds for public schools said he considered the youth the best suspect so far 1 1958 fire he was told by suburban Cicero police the youth was a student at Oui LaHy of atf the time of fhp JiTaTn r CATTLEMAN ARRIVES FOR ROLE IN Right second from South Dakota rancher who last week drove his herd of 1800 head of cattle across a snowswept prai rie is met by two members of the cast of televisions Rawhide series as he AP Photafax arrived in Los Angeles to play a role in the series He is greeted by Paul Brine gar left and Steve Raines With Hight is his wife Adeline Hight aided by a crew of cowboys drove the herd 65 miles to market to avoid high truck ing costs bfthe Brown said listened to tape recorded conversation in whichthe boy told Cicero po lice of setting a number of school fires The Chicago Tribune reported in a copyrighted story the boy confessed setting the school fire duringan examination by pri vate lie detector expertJohn E Reid The Tribune said information about the confession was given to Family Court Judge Alfred J Cilella Reid declined comment However the Chicago Son Times quoted Ciiella as saying he had no knowledge of any lie tests being given anyone Two or three weeks ago in Cicero the police were investigating some thing but I have no knowledge of any lie tests being given to anyone The boys fifth grade teacher at Our Lady of the Angels Pearl Tristano said a number of the items said to have been included in the boys account of the fire were at odds with the no U1C UU facts However she admitted servance of Engineers Week tnat her recollection of the inciFeb 1824 dents preceding the blazewas foggy The boy who told Cicero po lice he fire sirens and loves to watch fire trucks said permission to go to the washroom and instead North Iowa News WPFlf fn ilIO school basement where he dropped lighted matches into a trash container by a stairwell at the school The trash containers had been pinpointed as the fire source the day after the blaze which killed 92 children and three nuns A number of boys who carried cans of trashto thearea 12 min utes before thej first alarm was turned in at pm were questioned on the theory that one might have accidentally set the fire It was not known whether the youth now considered a suspect nsions soar New Guine Broad cuts in tariffs Reductions up to 20 BRUSSELS Belgium agreement was reached Tuesday far broad tariff reductions be tween the European Common Marketand the United States il was officially announced Howard Peterson President Kennedys special assistant for trade matters and Butterworth US ambassador to the Common Market emerged from the office of Jean Key member of the Common Marke Executive Commission after a 20 minute meeting and announced the agreement The agreement will have to submitted to theGeneral Agree meritfor Tariff and Trade and the Common Markets Council of Ministers Details on the agreement were not released A communique giv ing the terms was scheduled for later Tuesday at Common Market teadquarters initialed document it not expected to besubmitted to the Common Markets council before February Wellinformed sources said it includes reductions of 20 per cen onmost industrial good st ex changed betweeV Market to 17 S agricultural pfod iicts they will be considered in ater negotiations between the U S and the Burppeari Eco nomic Community ttie forma lame for the sixnation group bonded together in a common market They willinvolve wheat corn and President Kennedy has said his country faces increasing rade troubles unless it lowers its tariff barriers to compete with the common market Margie is the best engineered structure LOS ANGELES UPI The best engineered structure in he City of Los Angeles Tuesday s Miss Margie Cicerelle 20 She was selected for her unsur lassed chemjcal mixtures qual ty control corrosionfree coat ng dimensions exceeding stand ard and stress resistance under vibration testing Miss Cicer lle an employe of the city Mireau of engineering will rep resent the citys engineering de partment as queen for the On the inside Paoe 4 Ediforiafs Comics Clear Lake News 7 Society News 1011 Sports 13T4 Markets U Mason News U17 North Mostly fair and colder Wednesday Lows Tuesday night 1020 be low HighsWednesday zero to 5 below Generally fair and contin lied cold through Wednesday Lows Tuesday night 510 below northto zero south Highs Wednesday 5 north to 15 south Further fair and cold Thursday cold Highs Wednesday zero to 10 below i GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 15 8 7 29 19 Mercufy in another skid zero Iowa remained gripped in near zero weather Tuesday And the Weather said that even colder temperatures were expect ed Stale low Tuesday mqriiihg of 13 below Clearing the mercury to drop to subzero lev els Mason City and Spencer had 8 below The overnight lows up to zero at Council Bluffs readings Tuesday night are expected to reach 20 below in the lorthwest and from zero to 10 be ow in the southeast Skies shouldbe generally fair hrough Wednesday Council had the state high of27 Monday Butjt got no varmer than 15 at Mason City ThelState Highway Commission said Tuesday that highways were normal except southeast of a line hrough Centerville Oskaloosa owa City Cedar Rapids and Du r que where they were 25 to 100 per cent snowpacked However salted highways in the area were normal 7V Charged in death of DBS MOINES AP Maurice Veff Dexter farmer has been barged with cruelty to animals after state officials said they ouhd about 50 dead cattle on his arm and at least 50 others in nearstarving condition Neff who farms about two miles northeast of Dexter was accused f cruelty in falling to feed and yater the cattle and of failing to emove the dead animals within 4 hours as is required by law was among quizzed those previously SAME DATE Safety Department Figures White Meant No Trifflc Death In 21 Hours Wellfight Dutch tell Indonesia 50 seized as prisoners BOM OUKWIHE SERVICES HOLLANDIA D u t c h New Guinea The Dutch announced Tuesday that 50 Indonesians cap tured whentheir ship was sunk in Mondays navaL clash will be held as prisoners of war Officials here denounced the move by Indonesian motor torpe do boats into New Guinea terri torial waters as aggression not preceded by a declaration of war At The Hague the defense ministry moved to bolster Dutch armed forces in New Guinea and flatly charged that Indonesia tried to invade this island In Jakarta the Indonesian capital Maj Gen Achmad Jani chief of the special operational command set up for the lib eration of West Irian the same used by the Indonesians for Dutch New at the Dutch charges of inva sion Everybody understands three motor boats dont constitute a convoy for said Jani added that Indonesian sea patrols will be strengthened in the future and the UnitecL Nations will be informed of the incident There were few other from wAere clamped a news blackouton the5 incident and gave only baredetails incident was the first armed action in the dispute over Dutch New Guinea since Indonesian announced hat the area would be taken y force unless Holland agreed to turn it over to hiscountry The Dutch have offered to negotiate the islands future mtSukarno has demanded that ts incorporation in Indonesia e a precondition for any alks There are about 800000 apuans on the Dutch portion of the island Australia has sovereignty over the eastern half There have been repeated re ports here of behindthescenes efforts by Western nations in luding the United States to et the Netherlands and Indo nesia to settle their dispute by negotiations Bus driver stops has heart attack SIOUX FALLS S D A school bus driver who was re urning home the last of a num ber of grade and high school tudents Monday pulled the bus ver to the side of the road and Jed of an apparent heart attack fe was Henry 0 Floren 57 ialtic S D a second cousin of adio and television accordion st Myron Floren of the Law ence Welk orchestra There vere five children on the bus President Sukarno earlier this month Loveless wont run if Demos find competent candidate WASHINGTON AP Former Gov Herschel Loveless said Tues day he would not seek an elective political office this year Loveless 50 appointed by Pres ident Kennedy to the Federal Re negotiation Board last year was being mentioned as a possible op ponent of RepOblican Gov Nor man Erbe in the 1962 governor race Loveless choice of words how ever indicated he possibly would be available if a draft movement develops The twoterm Democratic gov ernor was an unsuccessful candij date against US Sen Jack Mill er RSioiix City in 1960 If the Democratic party of Iowa will secure and support com petent candidates Loveless said in a statement at this date I do not plan to seek elective office in 1962 He added There arc many competent people within the ranks of the Democratic party who could serve well in all categories of elective office if they are not discouraged from seeking office by any appearance of disunity or ineptness within the Iowa Demo cratic party It is my hope that qualified people will seek office that I can actively support Loveless receives a year in his federal job He also took the occasion to criticize the Republican adminis tration of Erbe If the state of Iowa were a business its financial statement as of July i 1963 would show a dollar loss of million fib said The only reason for the state not being bankrupt today is the buildup of cash reserve which my past administration was able to accumulate Harold E Hughesof Ida Grove a member of the Iowa Commerce Commission was expected to an nounce his candidacy for the Dem ocratic governor primary later Tuesday Hughes 40 elected to the com mission in 1958 failed in his bid for the partys gubernatorial nom ination in the June 1960 primary
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