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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 14, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North lowag Daily Newspaper for th Horn VOL 102 Th Prtu and United rntemtknul rull CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION Wlret newspaper that makes all North low MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 14 IH2 o n s neighbors UOc Paper ContitiM ot rour 49 vessels giver Cuban clearance jetpoi Biggest newest of rts The best at capital By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTON Dulles Air port at long last ready to handle big jet traffic in and ou of Washington DC is the larg est commercial terminal in the land Spreading over 10000 acres twice the area of the giant Idlewild New York In ternational Airport it will be dedicated Saturday by Presl dent Kennedy Dulles also is probably the most controversial airport any where Virtually everything about it has been criticized its design its plan of operation its location the delay in its con struction its cost indeed its very reason for being It had long been obvious that the nations capital needed an airport capable of handling big jet planes National Airport across the Potomac and south of the District probably could be used safely and not too noisily by small jets but as yet is not But Friendship Air port about 32 miles northeast of the District already handles big jets Instead of improving Friend ship Congress ordered construc tion of a new airport near Chantilly Va 27 miles due west of Washington It will take about 45 minutes to get to Dulles the same time it takes to get to Friendship Friendship but 12 years ago when construction costs were relatively low and subsequently improved carries a price tag of only million As first planned in 1956 Dulles was to cost million When construc tion started in 1958cost esti mates had risen to million Now the figure is million Expansion by 1980 will bring the total to million Moreover commercial airlines already settled at Friendship were re luctant to put money into redundant facilities at Dulles Some Baltimoreans perhaps in ordinantly proud of nearby Friendship call Dulles Inter national an expensive joke Nevertheless and despite delays and planning defects that have cost some million Dulles will be a good deal less expensive than some other big city airports Idlewild is re ported to have cost million Los Angeles International million Improvements alone at OHare which services Chicago are put at million Dulles also is radical in de sign with two parallel runways each 11500 feet long and an other 10000 feet long At various points are highspeed turnoffs or taxiways built at an easy angle to the runways so trans ports can leave the runways at speeds up to 80 miles an hour It costs a minute to taxi a big jet Between the parallel runways are the terminal building and the service area The terminal and control tower designed by the late Eero Saarinen are ex tremely modern and hence also controversial But according to the architectural critic Wolf Von Eckardt Saarinens build ing should strike anyone with its beauty and dignity Perhaps the most controver sial feature is thc use of mobile lounges comfortable waiting rooms on wheels to take pas sengers from the terminal to and from planes These are frightfully expensive Develop ment of the first cost mil lion Twenty have been ordered at an average price of 000 each But if they work the saving m passengers shoe leather aloncl will be considerable N ews in a utshell FROM WIRE SERVICES Aid to Guam AGANA United States rushed massive relief shipments to theIsland of Guam where typhoon Karens 200 mile an hour winds caused destruction like a whole army of workers withbig scythes As U S Air Force C130 trans ports landed on t h e is lands battered airfields with the first consign ments of tons of tents food and medicine the death toll rose to seven with the discovery of an other body in the rubble Backs tax cut NEW YORK For mer President Dwight D Eisenhower says present income tax rates area dragon the economy and require an overhaul to provide a wider purchas ing power for all the peo ple whipping DOVER A20 yearold probation viola tor may become the first person to undergo public whipping in Delaware since 1952 A judge sen tenced Franklin Cannon Jr to a penalty of 20 lashes on his bare back well laid on under pro visions of the states 1717 lash lawthe only one of its kind still in ef fect in the U S Nob jewel thief CHICAGO The FBI announced the arrest of exconvict John Patrick Johnson 25 accused member of a jewel rob bery gang which stole in gems at Pompano Beach Fla last Feb 10 Quarantine is continued as Reds offer proposal FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES th one SWP his been boarded during the threeweekold Cuban blockade while 48 others have been aUowed to proceed to Havana the Defense Department said Wed the Defense Department said the fleet has issued notices of transit to a total of 200 ships pas sin in the vicinity of Cuba to ports outside that country A TM vgle was announced Oct 26 The shin No lit Berlin subject of talks Adenauer in 11 Hi visit which Give your fair share sim ta The department said the blockading forces have issued two no offensive weapons aboard lo which requested them Ap parently clear certificates were also issued to some ships at the port of embarkation Earlier it was disclosed that the blockaders quietly per mitted eight Soviet ships to pass through to Cuban ports during the two weeks ending last Sat urday At the United Nations mean while some delegates assessed new SovietCuba demands reported to include U S with drawal from the base at Guan as a bargaining ma neuver in negotiations to end the crisis It is just another move in the chess game said one diplomat Now the Russians will wait for the United States to make a move The United States was certain to reject the package presented to UN Acting SecretaryGeneral U Thant Tuesday by Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister Vasily V Kuz netsov and Cuban Ambassador Carlos Lechuga US Ambassador E Stevenson met for hours Tues day night with Kuznetsov and said the talk was constructive He said it served to identify and clarify the positions of both coun ries on the unresolved issues Kuznetsov presumably present id the new SovietCuban proposal o Stevenson The American dele gate was believed to have count ered with the main US demands the Soviet Union withdraw HEADING FOR SCRAP HEAP The Waterloo recalls tragedy of the Sullivans 20 years ago A Tl TTl T rt i 11 THE COMMUNITY CHEST Rolvoag widens his lead during canvass STPAUL of ticials in eight Minnesota coun ties resumed their vote canvass Wednesday as unofficial results ive Democratic Lt Gov Karl Rolvaag a widening lead over Republican Gov Ander sen Rolvaag now is ahead bv 259 votes HUGE ESTATE CHICAGO W An inventory on file with the Probate Court Vednesday put at million the estate of Harold H Swift he last of 11 children of a fam Iy which founded a huge meat packing firm Swift 77 died 8 ts IL28 jet bombers from md hat ismantled Cuba control tower nd runwys WAT UK LOO instant fame Not ars ago Wednesday one of the ost extraordinary had prepared th strange ordeal of horr ime to a Waterloo re Sullivan brothers lost their res in the sinking of the USS aneau in World War 11 The brothers were sons of Mr nd Mrs Thomas Sullivan who ill live in Waterloo The five we George Francis Joseph adison and Albert Their Sullivan thea brakeman for the tral Railroad They fortably went to m days and reared a daughter By 1941 the brother as sunk by the Japanese in the uth Pacific on Nov 14 at the Rath Pac Waterloo On aSund December they A Wallace originally listening to es Mbines and then vice the news c nt of the United States attack on P ribed the incident as one five brothers en e most extrordinary together They tich has ever been met by and were assig mily in the United the new Juneau a Ironically in the shock of e parents shot from the Juneau ble father was llinois Cen lived com tss on Sun e sons and uadalcanal battle area the Nav issued a statement saying Loss of the five Sullivan broth ers ranks as the greatest singl blow suffered by any one famil since Pearl Harbor and probabl in American naval history Presence of the five Sulliva brothers aboard the USS Junea was aj the insistence oE the brot ers themselves and in contradi tion to the repeated recommendi tions of the ships executive off o the radio ime of the to cer President Franklin D Roose velt wrote the Sullivan parent twiceand later met the family sersonally A motion picture wa made because of the incident Th amily was honored in man ways Later on a destroyer was namec FROM OUR WIRK SERVICES WASHINGTON President Kennedy and West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer met at the White House Wednes day to discuss Berlin and other cold war tensions in what they agreed was an hour of great in ternational peril The 86yearold German lead er making his llth visit to the United States since the end of World War II received a high ceremonial welcome on the vindswept south grounds of the White House After reviewing an honor uard drawn up on the velvety awn the President and the hancellor exchanged greetings f friendship and foresaw unity f their two countries But they equally grave in their ap praisal of the current world sit lalion Kennedy welcomed the cppor unity of conferring with Ade nauer as we move into a cli mactic period of relations he Communist bloc countries Adenauer in turn said that more than ever the past 10 we are confronted by reat danger However he ex pressed belief that prospects were favorable for nations and people of good will Adenauer particularly praised Kennedys firm stand in the uban crisis He said American readiness to meet the Soviet challenge rendered valuable serviceto the freedom o the world The visiting chancellor told Kennedy the measures he took in the Cuban crisis were wel comed without qualification by my people and my govern ment are firmly standing by your side and by he side of he American said PARTLY ClOUDY Up to taken 2 sought after Ventura holdup Highs Thursday Iowa Partly cloudy and con tinued mild through Thursday Lows Wednesday night 3540 Highs Thursday in thc 60s Further outlook Considerable cloudiness little cooler chance cf light rain Friday FiveDay Iowa Temperatures will average near normal with minordaytoday changes for the five days Thursday through Monday in Iowa Nor mai highs range from the low 40s in northern tothe high 40s in the south Low est temperatures normally range from the middle 20s in northern Iowato near is people Adenauer evening at the Harold ranlr SSffiSESSS nd bought some luncheon meat and and 30 in catmn of John Foster Dulles Jnlenla tional Airport at Chantilly Va tt miles from downtown Washington puts into service the nations first ail AA the jet some million ami bears the name of the r1 Olf ij the south Precipitation will average o n equarter to one half inch occurring as occa sional rain mostly in the first half of thc period Variablc cloudiness High Thurs continued warm day around 55 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Wednesday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 61 30 32 38 26 SAME DATEW154S sers dressed in dark and lightcolored trou After taking the money in lhc store and from the Hollatzcs one bandit stayed behind while thc other took Beerman to his home across the street to take what he could find there Mrs Beerman was in house when her husband meanwhile put the Hollatzes in nlill the banditarrived When they went back to thc store Mrs Beerman c a lied authorities The bandits 11 a meat cooler while they made their getaway Sheriff Jerry Allen said the descriptions of thc two men were good ones and finger prints were found all around store where thc two men had been Several descriptions of cars were received but none as that used was established by the bandits Charles Laughton in serious condition HOLLYWOOD UPI Actor Jharics Laughton was reported n quite serious condition Wednesday at Cedars of Leba non Hospital where he is fight ng a battle against cancer The 63yearolt Academy Award winner who has been suffering1 from thc spreading malignancy since January underwent surgery in June FOR THE LONG PULL ST MARYS Mo UPI Sign on a moving truck here says The Haul ol Fame LEAD SHRINKS PJERRE SD crat George McGovcrns lead over incumbent Republican Sen Joseph H Bottum to an official 80 has shrunk votes with more than half of South Da the kota s 67 counties canvassed and In advance of opening ession Kennedy was reported Tcpared to assure Adenauer hat the United States would ermit no choking off of civilian raHic to West Berlin by the leds When he present date for ennedy and Adenauer confer nce was set officials had hoped hat the Cuban situation would be ubstantially cleared up Development of FrenchGerman elations British membership in he European Common Market ie promotion of European politi al integration and the buildup of German armed forces within the North Atlantic Treaty Organiza tion are the chief topics apart from Berlin listed on the agen da worked out in advance of Adenauers arrival On the inside Editorials pge North Iowa News 10 Society News 19202T 2324 Clear Lake News262728 Latest Markets 34 Mason City News 3437 Comics At right is Iowa City Detective Lt C H Snidlr   

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