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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 21, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited the Home MASON CITY GLOBE VOL 102 The newspaper Associated Press and United Press International KuU Lease Wires that makes all North I o wans MASON CITY fOWA SATURDAY APRIL 21 1962 HOME neighbors 10e a Paper Consists of Two One Open warfare in Argentina No BUENOS AIRES ing army factions wheeled out ar tillery and tanks and dug trench es on the outskirts of Bueno J j Goodbye to small small car Prestige in vogue again By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTON Are the ar rogant chariots coming back Its perhaps too early to say butstraws in the wind are be ing watched For example one of four new Detroit models be ing introduced at the Interna tional Automobile Show in New York is a high performance personal prestige car with a glass fiber body The price of this vehicle produced by Stude bakerPackard will be above higher than other Stude baker models And Ford is dis playing a new foreigntype sports car the Cougar 406 at the New York show For the reverse side of the coin Ford has announced thai after long and serious consid eration it was abandoning its plans to make this year a new small small car roughly the size of a Volkswagen Fords foreign West Germanj and might make the car for the foreign market Similarly General Motors an nounced that its West German subsidiary Adam Opel A G would make a small car the Kadett The Ford decision was the re sult of a sag in imports of econ omy cars Actually although neither Ford nor G M is talk ing about it officially both com panies have neatly hedged their bets They are producing small cars which will be able to compete within the European Common Market in price and perform ance with small European cars They are giving up for the time being any plans to make small er cars in this country seeing or thinking they see a trend away from the compacts But they remain in a position to import their foreign jobs if theyre wrong about the trend What Americans want ac cording to a Ford vice presi dent mentioned is economical luxury If he is right this means a step back in the di rection of fins and chrome This would be a real reversal in many markets throughout the nation compact had come to represent as much as 50 per cents of sales The trend is still not clear G Ms Buick division recently resumed importing Opels after a lapse of more than a year But early reports on 1963 models indicate a general jazzing up of design and accessories even in the compacts Thus the Dodge Lancer will be length encd and lifted from the straight compact field into competition with the Ford Fairlane Indeed most Dodge cars will be larger than this years models Chevrolet noting that 70 per cent of Corcairs being sold to day are the sporty Monza models is said to be adding new sports car features Buick and Chrysler are working on new personal cars along the lines of the Ford Thundcrbird and Chevrolet is redesigning the Corvette The Americans who want really small cars it would ap pear will have to buy imports Speaking of small small cars it is interesting to note that So viet Russia announced this year that it was dropping its Zaporozhet a car so small that all three passengers were cramped especially when wear ing winter coats The plant at Zaporozhye is retooling to pro larger car de scribed as a cross between a French Dauphine and an Ameri can Corvair Aires Saturday as Argentinas government crisis threatened to reach a bloody showdown Gen Enrique Rauch leader ol a lightning rebellion against army leadership ordered his tanks and troops to march on Buenos Aires to back with armed might the na tions embattled president Jose Maria Guido Guido was installed in office only recently after the armed forces ousted President Arturo Frondizi Gen Raul Poggi the army commander ordered1 troops loyal to his command into battle posi tions to resist Rauchs advance Poggis men in battle dress wheeled out artillery and dug trenches Poggi is the leader of the mili tary faction that has been de manding that President Guido by executive decree assume virtual Woman dies in crash at N Hampton NEW Mineral Point Wis woman was killed and three other persons injured in a twocar collision on rain slick US 63 10 miles north of here at pm Friday Killed instantly was Florence Sussex 60 Hospitalized here was her hus band Glen 62 was a fractured leg fractured ribs and multiple cuts Also hospitalized here with a broken neck vertebra was Don na Exline 20 Charles City She was a passenger in a car driven by Anthony Adrian 19 Charles City He was treated for cuts and released Authorities said the Sussex car going north apparently skidded out of control on the wet pavement and was struck broadside by the oncoming Adrian auto Hospital authorities reported bothMiss Exline and Sussex in favorable condition It was the third auto fatality in Chickasaw County this year New Orleans sends Negroes to N Y NEW YORK WjA negro fam ily of 10 sent North by a New Orleans segregationist group arrived here Saturday with praise for the organization aid ing them But New York wel fare officials and others called it a vicious and cruel act by the New Orleans group Louis Boyd an unemployed longshore man who said he had been un able to find work of any kind for about a year in New Orleans Lold newsmen as he stepped from a bus with his wife and eight children I feel that I can make it a little better in New York I see a Lot of people working here and you dont see much of that in New Orleans ly dictatorial powers in suppress ing Peronists Gen Rauch a cavalry lea apparently had in hand more than 12000 troops and 150 Sherman tanks from an armored regiment at Campo de Mayo Argentina biggest military establishment Poggis forces included the 1st and 2nd infantry divisions in Pa lermo across the path of Rauchs armored column Both sides claimed the supporl of an overwhelming share ofthe armed forces but it was nol known exactly how the armec services throughout the country were reacting Gen Poggis faction was in con trol of most of Buenos Aires It was assumed that Gen Rauch would seek to occupy such major positions as the telephone exchange and radio stations and the Plaza de Mayo where Gov ernment House is located The war ministry the key to power in Argentina is just across the avenue from Government House The dissident army faction also opposed letting Peronists take the offices they won in elections last month but supported Guido in seeking a constitutional solution to the problem In confusing sequence Guido accepted the resignation of Army Secretary Gen Marino Bartolome Carrera and appointed Gen Rauch to be Carreras successor and aiso acting commanderin chief Poggi proclaimed himself stil the commander and declared Rauch in rebellion In a desperate effort to sort out the split between the legalist and the hardline factions of the army Guido summoned a conference of generals to his sub urban residence The conference did not materialize Newspapers and agencies were flooded with telephone calls as nervous Argentines reported see ing tanks and troops moving up streets and roads The navy ordered its marine units ready for combat and its warships to sail for Buenos Aires but held off taking sides immediately ENTERS POLITICS BEMIDJI Minn UPI The Knutson family is back in poli ics with son Terry 22 announc ing he will run for the state leg islature His mother former Rep Hoya Knutson DMinn caused he famous Coya come home plea from her husband some four years ago SAME loira SafeJj Department Figures N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE New plan for Berlin WASHINGTON The United States has pro posed that an international authority of five West ern five Communist arid three neutral nations be put in charge of access routes to Berlin The 13nation control plan has been suggested to the Soviet Union and the Western Allies but informants said the Rus sians have shown no interest in the proposal Indonesia remains aloof JAKARTA Indonesia Indonesia has decided not to resume negotiations with The Netherlands over the West New Guinea dispute sources close to the government said Indonesias chief negotiator ambassador Adam Malik would not return to the United States to resume talks with the Dutch Cob war in Chicago CHICAGO A police official has linked acts of vandalism against the Yellow Cab Co to rivalry be tween two unions struggling for control of the citys taxicab drivers Wonts Estes indicted i tDAcfjLAS T State AttyGen Will Wilson said he has more than enough evidence to ask a grand jury to indict Billie Sol Estes on million fraud charges Wilson said this included testimony the fertilizer king bragged he could get federal farm offi cials congressmen and even Vice Presidcit Lvmlon Johnson to grant him favors The POWER of FAITH Howard Secret army vows to fight ALGIERS UPI Gunmen of the underground secret army infuriated by the arrest of their eader ExGen Raoul Salan killed two French police men and wounded three on the streets of Algiers Sat urday A police communique said French troops and policehave been ordered to strike back immediately against all attacks Civilians were warned to stay off roofs and balconies and to keep away from windows in Algiers as they were Friday in the western city of Oran OAS gunmen also killed eight Arabs in Algiers Saturday increasing the years casualty toll to 3819 dead and 8130 wounded There was little other direct European reaction to Salans aptureSlogans Appeared overnight scrawled on walls in the European quar Opening day for Bia Fair SEATTLE Wash and tens of thousands of visitors prepared to step into the 21st cen tury Saturday at the tap of Presi dent Kennedys finger officially opening the first US worlds fair THE EASTER STORY I give you a new Jesus told his disciples at the Last Supper LOve one one anpther If there is Thl love you then all will know that you are my disciples A special mood is nigh By GEORGE W CORNELL AP Religion Writer Here and there and nearly everywhere Saturday there was a special mood It was in countless homes where parents busily splashed eggs with garish colors while the kids were out at play It was in the stores where women young and old made astmmute forays for new spring bonnets It was on the roads in bus and train terminals and in the air where travelers headed on holiday outings It was in the narrow streets of old Jerusalem in the Plazas and basilicas of Rome and at shrines and sacred sites n many lands where gathered It was at mountainside amphi heaters in woods and parks and tadiums where huge celebrations vere being readied It was in the music and collo liiies of the airwaves It was in the green of the new grass of 1962 and in the fresh flowers And chieffy it was in the many jeating hearts and in unnum ered places of worship around he earth great and small where Christians came together to wait and share the triumph of their Lord It was the eve of their great estival of the assurance to them hat real life and love has ulti mate power over death and injus ice that God has extended hope and confidence present trouble In the world you shall have ribulation but be of good cheer have overcome the world It is the eve of the resurrection of Jesus of Easter And its mingled bustle loom shed a special weekend lus er in the affairs and cities of men Behind the Iron Curtain and out side it in totalitarian lands and he free the faithful prepared to mark an event that to them is he great beacon of human dcs iny There were difficulties and op wsilion in some placesBut that s part of the story Let not your icart be troubled because I ive ye shall live also SOME CONSIDERATION ALBANY NY un A motor st whose vehicle is damaged n collision with a deer may eep the carcass and serve the enisoh to his family under crtns of a law signed Friday by Jov Nelson A Rockefeller On the inside Clear Lake News 3 Editorials 4 Comics 5 Church Features 789 Mason City News 1011 Latest Marketsn Society News 12 Sports News 1314 Business News1718 North Iowa News20 owa Partly cloudy with scat tered thunderstorms Saturday night and in east Sunday Warmer northeast Saturday night lows 40 northwest to 50 southeast Turning cooler west Sunday highs 60s west to 70s southeast Mostly fair slight ly warmer on Monday North Iowa Scattered showers thunderstorms Saturday night Partly cloudy and warmer Saturday night lows in t h e upper 40s Partly cloudy Sun day highs in the upper 60s GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Saturday Maximum 55 Minimum 35 At 8 am 52 Precipitation 02 Sunrise 5 22 Sunset 703 YEAR AGO Minimum since 1940 The countdown for the six month exposition billed as a space age fair and keyed to the theme of the world of tomorrow was to end at noon with a touch of a gold telegraph key by the vacationing President from Palm Beach Fla Firstday attendance was pre dicted to be 100000 Ten million visitors are expected before the airs close Oct 21 Advance icket sales have topped mil ion or half the number needed for the fair to break even finan cially The wares of 59 foreign nations including more than 30 govern ment exhibits and 175 domestic exhibitors are spread through the compact grounds FLY TO FAIR NEW YORK Mo hammed Reza Pahlevt of Iran and Empress Farah flew to the West Coast Saturday for an un official look at the Seattle Worlds Fair but Gardy Gardes God dard and Susini remain They are OAS leaders still on the in Algeria French Algerian affairs min ister Louis J o x e returned to Paris a few hours after Salan was flown in wearing handcuffs Joxe was reported convinced hat the capture of Salan would iorce Europeans in Algeria to reflect sufficiently to wreck he support they have given the OAS Informed sources said Joxe felt the blow would spell he end of the myth of Algeria Francaise French Salan and Edmond Jouhaud were the last of four generals who led the insurrection in Al eria a year ago Former Gens Maurice Challe and Andre Marie Zeller who surrendered ivhen the revolt collapsed are serving 15year prison terms Jouhad last week was sentenced to death It is finished was the stand ard Parisian reaction to the sen sational news of Salans capture VIost Frenchmen here felt cer tain that the extremist leaders capture spelled doom for the OAS But the prevailing Easter hol iday mood bolstered by fore casts of good weather for the weekend was tinged with grim cercairity that the OAS will die hard even with their leader be hind bars On astronaut team lowan could be first US man on moon COUNCIL BLUFFS AP An iowan may be the first person to fly to the moon Capt Charles C Bock Jr 36 of Council Bluffs was one of eight est pilots selected Friday by the Air Force for special training for flights to the moon Its a wonderful thing but youre a littte concerned said Bocks fatherinlaw George W Chandler of Council Bluffs An aunt Mrs 0 F Sulley said Jock is a daring type who would be happy to go to the moon Bock is the son of Mr and Mrs harles C Bock of Sacramento lalif The elder Bock formerly operated a Council Bluffs drug store Back was born here and was graduated from Abraham Lincoln High School He and his wife Gere were high school sweethearts They have three children Charles III Susan and Beverly Bock was a decorated naviga tor and pilot in World War II and the Korean War He has com manded the B52 that carried X15 experimental rocket planes The 6 foot 2 inch pilot volun teered for the Air Force experi mental test pilot school in 1953 and started his career then in the X15 program Recently he has been assigned to the Air Force Systems Command at Washing ton DC SELECTED FOR SPECIAL TRAINING U S Air Force CaptCharlesC Bock Jr with his family in thenhome m Maryland near Washington after the Air announced theIowan was one of agroup selected to take aerospace research pilot training for future aerospace projects Capt and Mrs Bock pose with their children Susan 10 years Charles 13 and Beverly 11 months   

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