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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 23, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited far HOME EDITION VOL 97 AMOCUU4 The Newspaper That All North lowans Neighbors btanattati run MASON SATURDAY MAY M Te Copy Two O Herter Cuts Fine Figure Stature Helps to Make Him Geneva Standout By ROBERT J DONOVAN Ntw York Herald Tribune News Service of State Christian A Herter has made an excellent impression so far in Geneva From all that is about him pri vate there can be little doubt that the man who represents the United States oh the world stage alreadyhas won a large mea sure of esteem abroad It is very noticeable how cur iously the citizens of this cosmo politan city people who flock here from every cornerof the globe look at Herter and their reaction most reporters on the scene would agree is one of admiration IN APPEARANCE Herter is aman who stands out he looks not only distin guished but distinctive In part this is due to his height which he states precisely as 6 feet 5 inches He tallest man in if he is not the man who is 6foot6 hasnt been out of doors all week His appearance is also distinc and indeed in a heart warming sort of way because of his lameness from arthritis of the hip His crutches make very human a man whohas to use crutches knows something about the troubles that afflict all humanity Herter whose handicap does not in the least very obvious good health and vitality dresses rather distinctively for a favoring ma roon bow ties casual clothes and sports jackets whenever oc v THE SECRETARYand Herter are living in th e Villa Greta a comfortable stone house on spacious grounds over looking Lake Leman It is about five minutes by car from the Palace of Nations where1 the Big Four foreign ministers meet and 15 minutes from the United States delegation office in the center of Geneva The Secretaryputs ina long DAD TRIES TO STOP ELOPING DAUGHTER Elopements are all the rage in England these days AP Photofax a trucker He tried to change his ale all in jjugianu unj ui particularly those involving children of wealth or daughters mind and she drove offwith Langley m i TT i i u4 n Fni 3 woHHincr iTi JJOWSett IS royalty Here shipbuilding magnate Harry Dowsett lunges futilely toward the car in which his daughter Katharine 20 sits with fiance Edward Langley 27 a cloud of dustfor a wedding iri Scotland Dowsett is being restrained by a friend who kept him from be ing run over BRITISH SAY GENEVA W1 Britain has made a new behindthescenes itch to give secret diplomacy a at the Big Four con ference Western officials re ported Saturday Foreign Secretary S e 1 w y n made the move shortly jefore his weekend return to London by urging SSecre tary of State Christian A Her ter to take the lead At a luncheon Friday Lloyd suggested Herter propose the foreign ministers switch from open to restricted sessions daily inside and outside their Palace of Nations conference room Herters reaction has not been disclosed The British request presumably is under close American study both in Geneva and Washington Lloyd will be conferring this in London with lop Foreign Office advisers and by telephone Prime Minister Macmillan who is in Scotland Informants said the British felt the Big Four ministers face three main problems and this is how they view thesituation 1 How to get the BigFour talks Into restricted session to end propaganda de bates Lloyd feels that he cannot or should not because of take the initiative French and Wes es m he drives HERTER day Around 9 to the delega tion office an i n c reasingly familiar figure as he rides through the streets ina black Cadillac 1 i m o u s ine bending over because of his height to get a better look1 out the win dow r i His mornings are usually tak en up with meetings with his own staff and with diplomats from other Western countries After luncheon usually a social affair he gets ready for the days session of the foreign min isters conference which begins each afternoon at and us ually lasts between two and three hours Then comes either a quiet dinner at home t h Mrs a more formal dinner with one or more of the other foreign ministers These are not working sessions but neither are they altogether so cial DURING THE1 weekend re cess Herter drove with his wife and some friends to a spot not far from here that would con vince any secretar of state if this were necessary that the world is really worth saving That place is one of the finest restaurants in France the Auberge du Pere Bise at Tall oires on the mountainrimmed shores of Lake Annecy Under the trees the Secretary dined leisurely on pate en croute ombre a fish native to Lake Annecy poularde a la es targon Chablis 1955 and coffee The good impression that Her ter has made is of personal one It is too early yet for a critical appraisal of his official work as a negotiator in the difficult talks with Gromyko Athletes Get Help PANTY RAID DARE AMES Iowa State Daily the campus newspaper a1 Iowa State College said Friday night a tutor gave 23 athletes many of the questions schedulec for a final examination in a psy chology course next week The paper said the tutoring session was attended by Richan Danzinger an Iowa State Daily reporter posing as a basketbal player DANZINGER COPIED all the questions as tutor son graduate student in psy chology read them to the ath letes Thomas Hannum professor of psychology said 10 of the ques Lions were taken almost word forword from the test and 37 of them closely resembled ques tions in the exam made up oi 100 questions Danzinger said Robinson told him I dont like it any better Ihan you do but used to it after YOU DONT really spell itout for them they dont get Robinson denied that he gave more than Ihre6 questions exact ly as they are in the examina tion Hannum told Dahzbnger the exam for the freshman course will be changed said I think what well have to do is d i s c p n ti n u e these help Hannum said Richard S Bear dean of sci ence said he will investigate the help classes for athletes in the science division I regret that this appears as favoritism toward he Block Discontinuance of Two Trains WASHINGTON In terstate Commerce Commission has temporarily blocked a pro posal by the Chicago and North Western discontinue wo passenger trains between Minneapolis and Council NASHVILLE t Teim Iowa The railroad had planned to drop the two trains Four freshmen coeds were sus pended Friday at Vandcrbilt University for telephoning fresh boys and daring t panty raid them to effective June 11 but was or dered by the ICC Friday to keep them running for four months pending an inquiry CITY HALL INCIDENT Creates Rank Problem TOPEKA Kan UPI Benfamin E took his troubles to city hall Friday and it raised quite a stink Hardesty said he had been having trouble getting the city sanitation department to pick up his refuse So he lugged a big can up three flights of stairs at city hall to the refuse office It was about twoweeksold and smelled pretty Hardesty said I decided if they wouldnt come get It Id take it to Perplexed city officials didnt know what to do But Hardesty solved his future garbage problems He bought a garbage disposal unit on the way home WarmupSeen for lowaris i The Weather Bureau had com forting words for lowans Satur day It said that indications were that the end of the prolonged spell of rainy weather was in sight lowans can expect better weather than had been hoped for previously for the weekend the bureau said However it wont warm up much for the time being the bureau added It said tempera tures would be higher Sunday than Saturday and higher Mon day than Sunday The drizzle which fell in some places in eastern Iowa Saturday irorning was due to move on out of the state and the cloudi ness decrease during the day Mason City had another 35of an inch of the weeks total to nearly three inches Iowa Clearing and cooler most of state Saturday night lows 4046 Partly cloudy and warmer Sunday highs 6470 Furl her outlook Monday partly cloudy and a little warmer Mason City Mostly fair and cool Saturday night lows in lower 40s Sunny and warmer Sunday highs middle 60s Minnesota Fair and warmer Sunday highs 6575 Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 Saturday Maximum 56 Minimum 48 8 52 Precipitation 35 YEAR Maximum 65 Minimum 34 Reuther W arris Laws Aimed at Giver Taker of Bribe DBS MOINES HVWaller Reu ther president of the United Auto Workers Union says he favors legislation that would put the giver and taker of bribes n jail together Reuther who spoke before about persons in two Iowa appearances Friday made the statement in a press conference icre Friday night I FAVOR kfiffalien that would drive the crooks out of the abor Reuther said But most of labors leaders are honest decent and dedi cated he added I wont go for legislation that would put abor in a itraitjackeU I want to treat crooks in la bor and crooks in management with the same set of Reuther said too often the la bor leader who fakes a bribe is punished but giver of the bribe on the side of manage ment goes free ASKED ABOUT Teamsters Union President James Hoffas reported threat of a nationwide strike Reuthcr said As far as Im concerned its another demonstration of t h e fact that Hoffa thinks with his German discontent w it the British role anc West Germans is up to the Soviets to act first be cause they started the trouble The Americans in the middle have feared a Western initiative might be interpreted by the So viets as readiness to make a concession Lloyd has asked Herter to reconsider this view 1 WHAT PRICE would the Soviets be willing to pay to United States to an EastWest summit conference Soviet Foreign Minister An drei Gromyko in the British view is trying to conceal this price The British think Gromykos aim is to bring the EastWest talks oh ending nuclear weapon tests under the same roof as the main conference on Berlin and Germany If the West were to agree then the Soviets might make it conces sions on other set up top level talks 3 What is the United States minimum price for going along to the summit THE BRITISH think Herter wants an itemized statement of what the Soviets consider to be the main difference betwden East and West Su9h a state ment then could be represented as the work of the conference because it would enable the West to deduce the issues which are negotiable One flaw in the British assess ment seems selfevident President Eisenhower h a s made plain that be would not meet Soviet Premier Khrush chev while the pistolof Berlin is held at the Wests head The French and West Germans sup port this stand The Soviet Union would at least have to unload that pistol in order to insure the summit That anyway seems to be the thinking of Britains allies And Herter may already have told Lloyd so Herter is resigned to the pros pect of more filibustering by Gromyko but that he believes the Russian will be ready to be gin downtoearth secret nego tiations about the middle of next week Recover Body of Iowa Fisherman MOUNT PLEASANT body o Ellis Campbell 69 Mount Pleasant was recovered from the Skunk River near here Saturday A search was begun Campbell after he failed to Guns for Seized AntiCastro Plot Crushed MIAMI Fla transport plane loaded with arms report edly destined for use in a coun errevolution in Cuba was seized at Miami International Airport Friday Eleven passen gers were arrested U S customs agents who surrounded the fourengine C54 as it warmed up for a flight to he Dominican Republic said they also wanted Augtisto Fer rando Dominican consul in Mi ami He was reported hi the consulate here U S Atty James L Guil martin said Ferrando and two other persons attempted to ribe customs officers to insure nonintervention in moving the arms WHEN THE customs men re ported to authorities a trap was set for the plane Joseph Liquorj a Miamj po ceman who once worked for he Dominican government arid Leonard Trento who was identi fied as a Newark N busi nessman also were charged with attempted bribery of a fed eral officer The nine others taken from the plane including one woman aced charges of to export arms illegally The wom an identified as Virginia Bland was reported to be the planes copilot Rifles automatic and rounds of amnuini lion were taken from the plane They were reportedly intended in the Dominican Republic to friends of Fulgen cio Batista former president o Cuba FIDEL CASTRO ted month revolution that endet last New Years Eve to GiudadTrujillo where he given political refuge Guilmarjin t ni d Ferrando gave to customs officers William B Lankford and Wal lace D Shanlcy for their aid in getting the plane but safely He delivered to them in a meeting May 6 and on May They turned the cash over to authorities A man identified as Dominic Bantone was reported to be the owner of the plane More Eggs Bought by the Government WASHINGTON W The gov ernment has bought about per cent of the egg production during the past four weeks in an effort to bolster low producer prices The purchases we re made in the form of dried eggs for distribution to needy per sons and welfare institutions The quantity bought since April 24 was the equivalent of about cases costing Because of a big increase in production producer prices have dropped to the lowest level ill 18 years DAVID j MCDONALD FEARS RAISED Steel Talks Mired After Two Weeks NEW YORK UPI Steel wage negotiators Saturday took the weekend off after fail ing to progress to ward a new contract for 000 steelworkers They rounded out the second week of Joint collective bar gaining sessions with both sides just as far apart on bas ic economic issues as when they started THE FOURman negotiating teams have engaged in some healed debates on inflation prices and wages and both have reasserted their determi nation to stick by their guns The union is pressing for substantial contract gains which it saysthe industry can grant without resorting lo an inflationary price increase The industry says it cannot absorb any further increases in employment costs and has called for a wage freeze to combat inflation and foreign competition ALTHOUGH neither chief Cooper forthe industry nor David Ti McDonald for the discussed details of the wage with reporters both sides have made their stands clear in newspaper advertise speeches and other ments ways The present threeyear con tract runs out at midnight June 30 and a iteel strike is almost certain to result if no new agreement exists by then Minnesota to Go Completely on Fasttime ST PAUL of Minnesota now on standard time will join the daylightr saving time areas Sunday in accord ance with Gov Orville Free mans order Persons in counties still on tandard time will be required to turn their clocks up and lose one hour of sleep beginning at Sunday Freemans order was issued under a 1957 law which expires July 1 But a bill for statewide ast lime is now being consid red in the Legislature The bill would retain daylight time until he day after Labor Day Over Missiles i Army Defends Nike Hercules WASHINGTON Army has spoken up sharply and pub licly against a Senate commit tees recommendation to chop off threequarters of the money to expand Us Nike Hercules anti aircraft missile system In addition the Army is step ping up its intramural war with the Air specifically its Bomarc missile While the Army went to bat for its antiaircraft system the Air Force reportedly made a formal proposal to the Joint Chiefs of staff that an allserv ice strategic command be estab lished to control all nuclear re taliatory This would include the Navyls future mis silefiring submarines GEN THOMAS WHITE Air Force chief of staff was re ported to have toldassociates however that the Air Force has no designs on taking over direct command oflhe Polaris missile submarines as part of a strate jic retaliatory Last week Armed Services Committee r e c o m that for more Hercules bases in continental United States and Hawaii be riramcd to about five million The Nike Hercules weapon said the committee is virtually ob For days the Army smarted in silence over the fund cut and the obsolete description Then on Friday an official Armyspokesman came upwith answers to questions by news men IF CONGRESS goes ahead flip Senate committees p T b4p o id amendment to HhusVapproved bill said spokesman serious gaps the nations aircraft defenses would occur The spokesman added At stake are 50 Niko Hercules battery sites for protection of 25 Strategic Air Command bases in the United Slates and at eight locations in Hawaii The Armys Nike Hercules can carry an atomic warhead 80 to 100 miles The Air Forces rival Bomarc will have an eventual range of 400 miles and also will mount a nuclear warhead The Air Force contendsthe Nike Hercules range is too short that enemy bombers car rying missiles would be within the in reach of the target before the Hercules could touch it to i houri Hoffa has since said was return home from a fishing trip misquoted jlate Friday TIGHT WIRE ACT Some misguided robin chose these power lines at Louis 15 feet above the backyard of Sirs ville to lay her egg There it has liam Betz Jr Seems there s a housing been swaying gently for several dayi shortage at Louisville y   

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