Thursday, February 15, 1962

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 15, 1962, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Idifcd for fin Th VOL 102 ITYijLOBE newspaper makes all North I owans ETTE HOME EDITION ana MASON THURSDAY FEBRUARY IS 1962 neighbors 7c a Copynis Paper Consists of Two SectionsSection One No 4 young JOGJAKARTA Indonesia if Robert F Ken nedy drew a mixture of cheers and jeers Thursday after challenging student hecklers if you disagree with any aspect of American policy step forward come up here and tell me one student of Jogjakartas Gadjah Mada University came hesitatingly forward with a long question referring to the American capitalistic and monopolistic society Jabbing his finger toward the youth the U S attorney gen eral launched into a long statement on U S life and politics Showing flashes of anger Kennedytold tbe students at one point to grow up when they attempted to pin hjm down on the U S at titude toward Indonesias claim to Dutchheld West New Guinea After reiterating that the Unit ed States felt ownership of the disputed territory should be de termined by negotiations he add ed heatedly You should rbe more mature Here ypuye had the benefit of an education and you cannot expect the United States to agree with everything you do The attorney general said his brother President Kennedy was injured in the Pacific during World War II partly to free In donesia and during the same time American soldiers were seeking to free Holland We retain ties with bothcoun Champs bodboo in Driaqe Bid 2 spades and got set By JACK V FOX NEW YORK UPI finest bridge players of Italy Argentina Britain and North mm UULH tuuii Amefica are now battling out the Fies and wewant a peaceful set i tlPtnAJlt imiV Wrt The 1962 world championship in a hotel on Central Park South tlement between you he said repeating the theme he has been nci uu vyemrai rarK aouin And this is to send the word sihc in Indo to bridge backers witn his wtteon Monday On take heart the champions pull a Soadvnn tour some monumental boners too A member of the Kennedy par ljands at ranty emphasized that the attorney ttt ms 8eneral is uncjer no instructions each of the nine days of to mediate the DutchIndonesian amentms 1S what depute over West New Guinea The T dom happened 0n the first hand the Argen tines champions of South Amer ica bid twospades and were set two tricks by tie Italians lmister Indonesian Foreign Subandrios statement Wednesday that Kennedy and Next the Italians who have President Sukarno were seeking on the world title the last four a solution to the dispute the world title the last four times bid two clubs and went down two tricks to the Argen tines The British team bidthree no trump then went on to make six a The AmericanCanadian team got way over its head In spades and were about to go set when an English player failed to re spond to his partners singleton lead Officials of the Bermuda Cup iournament hastento say this is unusual and no doubt it is But it was very funny and quite grat ifying to behold The Italian game is notable for the unusual bidding conven tion but their pldy was noter worthy for the slowness with which they play the cards The bidding and calling for from dummy is done in the English language The hands are not preselected but dealt from a regular deck by the players and the game then pro ceeds in the international match as in a duplicate bridge tourna ment no talking while play goes on but the champions sound off just like duffers after wards analyzing their misplays and kidding their partners about leads Many of the contestants smoke almost nonstop but there arc no stimulating bever ages at their elbows The matches have been draw Ing about 1000 bridge buffs a day The top game is played in a small fourthfloor room and a playbyplay is shown in j public room below on an ingen ious Scoreboard which ticks off each card as it is played Each team must explain be fore the tournament all the nuances of its bidding system But these men have played together so often that tourna ment officials admit there may be tiny sublcties in their voice inflection and timing which could convey a message They are not such mechanical men that they can keep their emotions concealed in the tense Play Italys Bcnito Garozzo shook his head in disgust when after studying the dummy for a full five minutes a suit broke against him four to one British captain Louis Tario was asked about his team bid ding three and then making six tricks My advice to my team he said has always been not to bid a slam if there is doubt about it B58 CRASHES MARLOW Okla B58 Hustler bomber generally rec ognized as the worlds fastest crashed on a farm near here Thursday AH three crew mem bers escaped with their lives spokesmans comment Family loses everything in blaze at Algona ALGONA The Ed Dietrich family lost al its possessions except the clothes they were wearing when fire destroyed their home here Wednesday evening An stove exploded when Dietrich opened the stove door Mr and Mrs Dietrich a son i and a daughter 4 es caped without injury A pet dog and cat were suffocated The Algona fire department fought the blaze more than an hour The house is still standing but is gutted There was no in surance Dietrich is laborer Mrs dishes in a cafe here An Algona grocer Ted Vera took the family to spend the night in an unoccupied apart ment he owns and provided them with groceries A drive has been started here to collect clothing and furniture for the family an unemployed Dietrich washes BIDINGTIME ATfTHE morning newspaper astronaut John Glenn top photo TV set at his igjoarters at Gape his orbital flight Below Waiter Williams Hugh Dryden and Robert Gilruth pour over weather charts which indicate aS 10th delay is possible i Glenn over CAPE CANAVERAL Fla Thursdays new delay in his space voyage doesnt find John H Glenn Jr sitting on his hands this astronaut headed eventually for a great venture is a man remarkably able to bear frustration says Dr Robert Voas a psychologist who is Gain ing officer for Americas seven astronauts Furthermore Glenn is busier than most realize and the activity helps him handle the long waits and lastminute postpone mentsDr Voassaid Partly it is because of training the psychologist explains The delays if they have had any effects have been Voas believes When weather or a mechanical problem says No go Glenn is soon occupied with meetings and continued training That helps combatfrustration Dr Voas said Weatherplagued scientists pre pared for another attempt at am Friday but the odds still were heavily against them A 54 mileanhour gale sweeping across the central Atlantic the United States to cancel the effort Thursday Prospects for Friday were just as ragged and the Weather Bureau said Saturday would be very much of a lost cause so far as weather is con cerned LANDLOCKED AND SNOWBOUND is the 80foot yacht home of Mr and Mrs William L Hanson and their three children at North Reading Mass In its 22year history the vessel has never pitched or yawed in a storm never been Jost in a fog and on which Photofax no one ever has been seasick It has never been within miles of the water Itwas built on a landscaped lot in the landlocked town and has never moved an inch Originally it was a showpiece attraction for an adjacent seafood res taurant Protest Russian air Climax to buzz episode Want Allied corridors FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES B E R L I NSoviet Mig fighter planes Thursday flew within 20 feet of a US Air Force Globe master transport flying to Berlin in a new Soviet harassment of Allied air traffic Four Soviet fighters were within 20 feet of the US Globe master forseveral minutes The incident took place as the Soviets continued to seek to limit Allied traffic through thethree 20milewide air corridors into Berlin The Russians had de that military transports fly the socalled American cor ridor Rejecting the Russian demands the Allied planes continued to fly into Berlin through the air space the Soviets had tried fb reserve for themselves At Moscow meanwhile the United States Britain and France protested to the Soviet Union against Russian interference Wednesday Soviet MIGs buzzed several Western planes including1 a light Royal Air Force transport carrying Sir Christopher Steel British am bassador to West Germany At am the jadar screen at Templehof airfield showed other aircraft flying alongside the U S Globe master ap proaching the city How close are the stran gers the airfield asked the American transport by radio About 20 feet off our the radioman replied First three MIGS shadowed the transport and then a fourth flew up to fly beside the trans port at a distance considered dangerously close The Russians performed ac robatics in sight of thev west ern planes and flew in forma tion near them in clear viola tion of safety rules They said some of the violations were worse than buzzing The Russians clearly and de liberately set out to violate safety rules the sources said Wont grant visit toMoiseTshombe WASHINGTON UPI State Department said Thursday a US visit by Katanga President Moisc Tshombe at this time would interrupt and jeopardize efforts to unify the Congo The statement was regarded as a flat rejection of Tshombes ef forts to obtain a US visa for a trip here next month Among other things the seces sionist Katanga leader was scheduled to speak at a rally sponsored by his supporters at Madison Square Garden in New York on March 7 Snow sleet and rain for Iowa Snow sleet and freezing rain pelted much of Iowa Thursday One or two inches of new snow was likely in central and northeast Iowa before the pre cipitation ends Thursday night and Friday Freezing temperatures along with the mixture of snow and rain left highway travel haz ardous in some places arassments News in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Trujillo on wanted list SANTO DOMINGO Dominican Republic France will be asked to extradite young Gen Rafael L Trujillo Jr former army chief of staff An offi cial spokesman said Trujillo was wanted for civil trial in the slaying of a group of political prisoners prior to his flight from Santo Domingo late last year Minuternan scores again CAPE CANAVERAL Fla The Air Force Minuteman missile scored its fifth straight under ground launching success on a 3900mile flight down the Atlantic range The distance covered was 300 miles farther than that of any previous Minuteman fired from underground Intended combat range is 6300 miles Selassies wife dies ADDIS ABABA Ethiopia The death of the Empress of Ethiopia wife of Emperor Haile Selassie I has been announced The empress the former Princess Woyzero Menen was 71 Flood dangers pass DENVER Damaging floods in Idaho Nevada and Wyoming have eased with thousands of persons starting huge cleanup operations Many communities and thousands of acres of farm land still were inun dated from the midwinter overflows caused by the meltingof snowpacks in mountain regions t No more lowlevel contacts WASHINGTON While Premier Khrushchev is pressing President Kennedy for a personal meeting Soviet diplomats here rigidly refuse to broaden con tacts aimed at improving the flow of information be tween the twocountries L Yank officer shot in Gbriqd v5j LEOPOLDVILLE the Congo assistant US military attache in Leopoldville Lt Col Hulen D Stogner 39 of El Paso Tex was shot Jn the head Wednesday night as he lay on his bed reading He died an hour later without regaining consciousness UN and Congolese police were investigating the killing Noweap on was found but plaster casts were taken of footprints found outside Stogriers quarters Nearly 500 Congolese troops en circled the Pare Hembise residen tial section of Leopoldville within an hour of the attack They searched all houses in the vicini ty including quarters of other diplomats G McMurtrie Godley US charge daffaires said art embas sy secretary Miss Elizabeth Tring ojWashington DC was sitting in the room with Stogner when the single shot was fired Stogner is married and the fath er of six children who are in Texas 3 more pairs of shoes for Shues SHERILL NY AP The Shues are going to need a lot more shoes because theres a Jot more Shues Douglas Shue and his wife Barbara who were the parents of five children Thursday are the parents of eight Mrs Shue gave birth to triplets Oncida City Hospi tal Wednesday with pos able cloudiness and a little Iowa Cloudy Thursday night light snow mixed with freer ing rain or sleet east coldei west lows 2025 north to up souhwpv southwest light snow ending northeast highs 2530 north east to 40 extreme southwest Further outlook Rather cloudy with chance of snow a little warmer A quick OK for pact Steel labor talks open PITTSBURGH nego tiators met Thursday in steel labor contract talks that seem to be following right aiong the course set by President Kennedy Key bargaining teams headed by David J McDonald president of the United Steel workers Union and R Conrad Cooper of U s Steel chief industry negotiator got together in their first formal session It seemed clear however they had gotten together beforehand not once but frequently and al ready have pretty well worked over their area of differences to ward early new agreements to succeed the industry labor pacts expiring June 30 Cooper for example told news men Wednesday that the industrjr unipn human relations committee whichhas beenmeeting regularly for some tune has worked out certain joint recommendations Just what he would not say Nor would McDonald Both men expressed high hope 1962 steel bargaining got under way to an unprecedented early and amicable start Wednes they could achieve the quicknoninflationarydeal with ittle or no price boost that the White House has been urging Sortie degree of heat was ex pected as the natural thing but industry men said they were sur prised at the intensity of some of North Iowa Lightsnow ending tne beefs expressed by union I 9 f D ITllt ri J mOTl of m n n IT1L l men atthe meetings This espe r vini Lino sifaly two inches new snowfall related to grievance and riorth lows in upper 20s Vari seniority problems Reports persisted however that T j ptLajoicu iiuvvevei inat colder Fnday highs in upper even before theforma bargaining started the principals had pretty much agreed on what they had in mind in the way of a settle ment This was reported to be 10 or per 20s south Friday cloudy 12 centsan hour in pay and job security for the or rain and Saturday Minnesota Two to four inches of snow windy Highs Friday near 30 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Thursday Maximum 31 Minimum 26 At 8 am Sunrise Sunset nually over a threeyear period and probable federal tax relief through more generous deprecia tion concessions for the industry thereby avoiding price increases The 430000 steel workers now earn between and an hour 27 On the inside Editorials page 4 Clear Lake News 7 Society News 89JO Comics jj Sports 1314 Is The Communist Timetable For World Conquest On Schedule Additup1949j China Tibet 1954 N Vietnam 1961 Cuba So far the Com munist time table is on schedule But in Eastern sports 1314 Europe you can fight Coramu North Iowa News is I nism tnrou8n Radio Free Europe Latest Markets 16 j Published as a puttie service in coop Mason City News t 1417 walion wftfc The Advertising Council Transit Schedule 20 SAME lowan to get ring of dead son 7 7 years after war TOKYO AP A Japanese who found an Air Force signet ring while searching the wreckage of a B29 that crashed rfear Tokyo 17 years ago has finally managed to return it to the deceased owners family in Clare Iowa But Toyoe Yasumoto a 40year old electrician in Maizuro central Japan insists the credit should go tohis two children Contacted by telephone at Mai zurus Kyosai Hospital where he is recuperating from a brain di sease Yasumoto said he was cleaning out his house one day last year when he found the ring the time had led a squad of men to examine the wreckage of the B29 shot down April 2 1945 while on a bombing mission There was the body of one Id forgotten all about it he said But Yoshiharu his 13year old son and Yoko his 8yearold daughter were curious and asked tell them the rings story Yasumoto an Army corporal at vuc wujr Ui Uut in the back of an unused drawer American in the wreckage The It i t Op other crew members had appar ently parachuted to safety We took the body to a nearby temple But as t was searching I found the ring lying in the cockpit It was a gold signet ring with a