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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 18, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             Daily Newspaptr MASON that makes aH N or t h I o wo n clg h bo r s VOL Home Edition MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY NOVEMBER U 1H3 UOe ConsUU of Two On No 242 ABDELAREF Reyolt in Iraq success T6 revive JJAR merger Lebanon AP L President Abdel Salam Aref and the leaders of the Iraqi armec forces overthrew their countrys Baath Socialistgovernmen Monday and took control Aref in one of his early prtfc lamations indicated that he hoped to revive the agreemen to merge Iraq with Syria anc President Gamal Abdel Nas United vArab Republic The admirer of Nasser said he would cooper ate closely with all Arab nations especially with the UnitedArab Repubic Aref who has been Iraqs provisional president since the military ousted Premier Abdel Karim iKassems dictatorship in il ordered dissolution of the NationalGuard asemimilitary unit of Baath Socialist tfariy youthsJoyal to exiled Deploy Premier Ali Saleh El Saadi leader of an extreme leftfJ tion of Baathists All guards men were ordered to surrender their weapons to the armed forces Those who refused were tobe executed on the spot Baghdad Radio said the armed forces had captured Na tional Guard headquarters and taken a number of guardsmen prisoner The armed forces also were reported to have encountered some resistance in sections of Baghdad but appeared to have full control by midmorning A general curfew proclaimed at am was eased to allow bakers and others in essential services to go to their jobs Aref said in a statement broadcast over Baghdad Radio that he was taking over full ppwers to safeguard the unity of the Iraqi people Iraq had been in the threes of a weeklong power struggle between moderate and extremist factions the Baath party Baathist leaders from Syria had gone to Iraq to help restore order Aref pledged that he would carryOut the brotherly obliga tions to our sister Arab states especially Syria and the Unit ed Arab Republic Inside The Globe ROCKY TESTS Hill Page 2 WOOL CONTEST winners announced Page 10 Editorials North Iowa news Comics Society news Sports news 1314 Latest markets 16 Mason City news U17 Clear Lake news 1119 Classified pages 2223 North Iowa Weather outlook Generally Toes day Lows Monday near M Warmer Tuesday in Womans chief aim EDITORS NOTE This Js the first in a series of articles dealing with the American woman By HARRY FERGUSON United Press International The average American female Is about 30 years old five feet our inches tall and weighsSl32 pounds She would like to lose 10 of those pounds Experts are almost unani mous that her cihier interest in life is producing babies inside the framework of the tribal laws of our get mar ried and have somebody to sup port her while she exercises her primary function Wpmen regard this as serious business By all the American is the most fortunate in the world and is the envy of her sisters in all other lands Hair styles in Lon don Paris Berlin and Buenos Aires are likely to change every time Miss Doris Day makes a new movie European maga zines and newspapers were These American Women crammed with pictures of Mrs Jacqueline Kennedy even before her recent coronation as the worlds best dressed American women spent billion a year on clothes They spend billion on shoes and billion on things to daub on their faces and their hair The result is to the con American woman is the best dressed in the world A half hour devoted to girl watching at any sidewalk cafe in Paris will demolish the myth that French women are the most chic and best dressed Great clothes are created in Paris but they dont trickle down to the average woman who is likely to tiave run down heels and wear sweaters that dont fit The women of Paris are a sorry sight compared with the trim smart girls who swarm out of Washingtons government buildings late each weekday afternoon New Yorks garment district on Seventh Avenue makes stylish clothes and at prices American girls can af ford The whole business of picking the workTs ten best dressed WOMAN 0 Please turn to page 3 missing in fire room four story frameSurfside Hotel in Atlantic City lower The also destroyed three house and r through ttwo more Buck Rogers speech by JFK in Florida TAMPA Fla PresiFlorida starting with dent Kennedy flew to Tampa a visit to the headquarters of Monday at 500milesan hour to the strike command at MacDill Tirftliipt ic wittiin AS r mr w VAAV U VA ill predict that the time is within Air Force Base Rogers at the start of a Aiaot llCrti JalHUa sight when men will fly routineThe President flies from Palm y through space at more than Beach to MacDill in late morn 5000 milesanhour ing Kennedy produced this Buck n u i tu iL i perore flying to Washington Monday night Kennedy will make five speeches in Tampa and Miami an important foreign policy address at an eve ning dinner of theInterAmeri can Press Association ThursdayKennedy will be gin a threeday Texas swing that will take him to Dallas Fort Worth Houston San An tonio Austinand the Johnson City ranch of Vice President Lyndon B Johnson Both the Florida and Texas Weather details en 2 wostage speechmaking tour which hehopes will help him capture the Souths most popu ous states Florida and Tex 1964 v Flying to Tampa from his weekend headquarters at Palm leach aboardhis jet transport Kennedy futuris ic forecasts for a ceremony marking the 50th anniversary of the first scheduled air serv ce In his prepared text the Pres dent contrasted the first com mercial flight from Tampa to Capitol neighboring St Petersburg at a price of a head with current et travel And looking toward the de cades ahead he said that with n our sight if not yet within jurgrasp is the day when men 5 will routinely fly through space t at 25 times the speed of sound That would be more than 15 000 miles an hour Even by 1975 Kennedy safd metroplanes will be able to take off directly from the crowded center of one city and fly to v e n as air liners cross oceans and conti nents at 1400 miles an hour The President said that the pioneering spirit is still burn ing bright in this state and na tion and that America is ready to venture down a path through the dark unknown that lies ahead Kennedy arranged a busy near Tramps labeled nonpoliti cal by the White House How ever the Presidents heavy speaking schedule left no doubt that the 1964 balloting was much in his mind Florida has not supported a Democratic presidential candi date since 1948 Kennedy lost the state to Republican Richard M Nixon By 47000 votes out of 15 million in 1960 and he car ried Texas by a similarly nar row margin Texashas 24 electoral votes and Florida next year will have population gains Kennedys major address at the Miami Beach dinner of the InterAmerican Press Associa tion will focus on Latin Ameri can problems Flames sweep hotels ATLANTIC CITYNJ AP swept through a block of hotels and rooming houses just off the Atlantic CityBoard walkMondayj leaving 25 persons unaccounted for Flames destroyed four hotels and a rooming house and fire roaredout of control through1 two more buildings Fire also spread to three other buildings but was quickly extinguished guests at the the firebrqke out after4 am jThe Surfside was a kosher establishment catering mainly to elderly Jews Milton Rauer owner of Surfside said 20 of the guests were yearround residents of the hotel and another 10 were there on short vacations from New York Philadelphia and other cities Im fearful to say a number did not escape Rauer said It went so quickly A number of them were mostly elderly persons The building was en gulfed in flames in about five minutes he said Atlantic City Hospital said 22 persons were treated there two of theni admitted The night watchman smelled smoke and called me on the switchboard Rauersaid My first thought was to get my family out I woke up my wife she grabbed a dress and then we woke upour three sons and my mother We all jumped through a back window about 15 feet to the ground In another minute or two the whole building would have col lapsed on us Rauer said he had heard that about 12 of the guests escaped but that he saw only four of them Mrs Rauer said 30 guests were registered and all were in the building Sunday night SSCffir six and the night watchman Philip Johnson FLAMES Please turn to page 2 tressed as she touchesher chin afterescaping from early morning f ire Vt Atlantic City NJ Another comic jewel robbery NEW YORKUB With the city stm laughing about Man hattans comicallyabortive gem robbery two weeks ago Another masterpieceTofjewel theft buf foonery took place Sunday Unlike the misguided mil lion holdup of Nov 8 in which the loot was leftbehind two bandits escaped with in Sunday But the intruders found themselves overrun with hostages Things gotso crowded in the lush East Side apartment of Mr and Mrs John J Gurian that the two badmen had all they could do to maintain order As a result thq thieves left behind more than they took Police estimated that the jew els left behind are worth 00 The invaders one carrying a WORLDS RECORD WHEATON 111 iii We couldnt get out the front ton College students Monday claimed a worlds record after 54 of t h e m crowded into a hearse Saturday bouquet as a ruse and the other a gun collected an elevator op erator and a delicatessen de liverman enroute to the apart ment Mr and Mrs Gurian had just settled down to a wedding anni versary breakfast Mrs Gurian shouted Help Help The call brought another ele vator operator on the run Sometime during the rapid fire activity the bandits man aged to find thegems Their foraging was cut short however when Mrs Gurian broke loose and darted into the hall the robbers in pursuit They met with a doorman anc a brief scuffle ensued The rob bers then broke away and scrambled down 12 flights o stairs tothe street They commandeered a taxi cab and forced the driver to take them several blocks away Neither bothered to pay the fare Mrs Gurian summed up the episode It was like a Key stone Kops comedy Red program disappoints Nikita AotirKTrrAxT A WASHINGTON AP The Russian tradeandaid offensive launched a decade ago to try to sweep new and neutral nations into the Communist camp is a growing disappointment to the Kremlin Even in Moscow confidence has dimmed American govern ment analysis report that the emerging countries of Africa and Asia soon will reject capitalism in a great nationalliberation movement And comparisons of 1962 trade data now available confirm that Russia remains a puny com mercial rival of the United States in all but a few limited areas of the nonCommunist world v Twothirds of Russias trade continues to be with its captive market the Communist block in Europe but its goal of Bury ing the United States as the foremost trading nation de pends on the penetration of the vast and swiftly growing West ern markets and the developing nations Russian progress has been substantial considering that the Soviets started virtually from scratch But Washingtons con cern is less with the trade vol ume as an entire bloc the Communist group generates only 5 per cent of world com merce than with thepolitical and propaganda impact of the Soviet economic warfare Officials suspect that Russia gets more political mileage per ruble of foreign aid than the United States gets per dollar Soviet aid programs are inex pensive shrewdly aimed at the Wests worst trouble spots de signed for maximum payoff in political or military advantage and magnified by adroit propa ganda techniques But analysts who advise the State Department and Congress now note rising skepticism to ward the Marxist promise even in the underdeveloped lands where Russia has poured out rubles and promises US expert Leon Harman So viet economic analyst for the Library of Confess told an in terviewer that Russian leaders realize matters are less promising than they had hoped but have not altered their plans or diminished their efforts They feel they can create hostility for the developed coun tries among the underdeveloped convince them that they are the victims of capitalist ex ploitation Herman explained Russia showed a 19 per cent gain in 1962 in trade with non Communist countries That was twice the US percentage rise but percentages are deceptive The actual Soviet increase was million with imports up million The US gain to RUSSIA torn page 2 V FRED BARGHOORN He just wants quiet Yale prof says little NEW HAVEN Conn Im working on my book and have a period of quiet after this says Freder ck C Barghoorn home from he Soviet Union where he was jailed as a spy Arrested Oct 31 on an espion age charge the 52yearold Yale arofessor was imprisoned in Moscow until Saturday 1 Then the Soviet Union citing the personal concern expressed by President Kennedy an nounced it was expelling Barg was hustled aboard an airliner and fkwn to Lon don Sunday a second flight car ried him to New York and a chartered plane brought him to New Haven He was taken to the ment of Mrs Elizabeth Barg hoorn 80yearold mother Barghoorna bachelor lives erenceCsunday night Barghoorn read a state ment about my unpleasant ex perience V He allowed only afewminutes of questions He fefusedto an swer or replied cautiously to questions about details of his ar rest confinement and He said he would withhold a number of details until I have had an opportunity to fiilly acquaint myself with the views and information of the ap propriate officials in Washing The Russians Barghoorn said accused him of gathering intel ligence during his employment n the US Embassy in Moscow n the 1940sand on six trips he has made to the Soviet Union since 1947 Soviet studies are Jarghoorns specialty as a pro essof of politicalscience He las written several books on he Soviet Union and was gath ering material for another when he was arrested The climate of suspicion in lussia is such he said that one can be accused of conduci ng intelligence activity merely by walking down the street especially if one has hostile in entions against the Soviet state hostile that is in u opinion of the appropriate Soviet authorities He denied that the Russians hadvany basis for accusing him of spying Charles City hotel sold CHARLES CITY Waller Gardner Monday announced the sale of the Norlin Hotel here to George Lund Cedar Falls Lund vill take possession of the hotel Tan 1 A veteran of World War II und has been employed by a Cedar Falls funeral home He is married and the father of three Children The family will move o Charles City before the end f the year Robert Gardner Walters son as been manager of the hotel or the past 18 years SAME   

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