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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 29, 1959, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited fee to VOL 97 Newspaper That Makes vAII Nortk lowans Neighbors MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 1W HOME EDITION of Twe Hurricane Rips East 3 Guesses at ofMr K Psychiatrists Have Trouble Diagnosing Him By EARL UBELL New York Herald Tribune News Service NEW YORK T Most Ameri eans are playing the game of guessing how Premier Khrush chevs mind works Whats go ing on in his mind when he fires back an answer to a question Are those temper outbursts real or an act How does the chairman of the Council of Ministers think Are thereany clues to this blowhot blowcold man Can reasonable psychological deductions be made from his To get some answers to these questions the Herald Tribune News Service turned to m e n who have been trained for and spent their adult lives assessing human personality Three psy chiatrists COLD TO SEND Ike to California WASHINGTON Eisenhower pJans to fly by jet plane Wednesday afternoon to Palm Springs for an eightday sunriy climate treatment of a nagging cold Press Secretary James C Hagerty said the President would stay at the home of George E Allen longtime Eiseri hower friend at La Quinta about 15 miles from Palm Springs Hagerty noted that the weather forecast for the Palm Springs area warm and Thats the kind of weather the Presidents doctors have ad vised to shake the cold that has bothered him since his return from Europe earlier this month Hagerty said a sore throat that the President had for a time has dkappeared but that his head is still stuffed up arid he has a little cough The Secretary said Eisenhower would return to Washington Oct 8 theday before the president of Mexico arrives here on a state Eisenhower will not accompany him 140 mph Winds Carolines in Center ALL AGREED that this fob was a tough one They had no direct scientific data on which to base an assessment At best they couldonly watch his vola tile reactions on television in terpret press reports of his be havior or try to understand him in terms of Russian character Dr Joost A Meerlop a psy chiatrist who also teaches polit ical science warned that all dip lomats wear a mask at all times Its part of their personal equipment and one never knows said Bull died at had been Mason City Considerable high cloudiness slightly colder Tuesday night with heavy frost lows 3035 Wednesday cloudy and highs 5055 continued cool tions he said Dr Meerloo the Russians are the best chess players They know the value of strategy Be careful of the easy opinion of the meaning of their The other minddoctors who evaluated Khrushchevs public behaviormade some cautious guesses They used words like the hidden reasons for their ness Tuesday night slightly colder with heavy frost north and scattered frost south lows 3i extreme north to 40 sou jilfjL Cloudy Wednesday highs tin the 50s Further out look Glottdy Thursday with light rain likely Minnesota Clearing and quite cool Highs Wednesday 4755 GlobeGazette weather data feettirj v n al and ALL WARNED that they were not making a psychiatric diag nosis But they saw no mental derangement in that oftensmil ing sometimes scowling face Dr Mortimer Ostow made one of the most extensive analyses based only on the newspaper re porting of the Russians journey Dr Ostow did not attempt to guess Khrushchevs mental mechanism Rather he drew a picture of a man who exhibited the Premiers traits He kept in mind Dr Meerloos warning that the whole exhibition might be an act First Dr Ostow listed the personality traits he had detect ed personal warmth alertness vigor quickness selfconfidence pride blunjness sensitivity to criticism eagerness to impress use of temper to intimidate fail ure to respond to arguments of reason volatility selfrighteous ness and a tendency to be mor ilistic by petty criteria DR OSTOW surrounded these assessments with the proper psychological weighting Thus he saw the Premiers public selfrighteousness moving to the point of insincerity A man with these traits con tradictory as they seem has the capability of being a great and effective leader if as seems to be the case with Khrushchev he is also practical and intelligent Such a person will respond pos itively to affection and admira tionv and with vigorous aggres sion to criticism and hostility He will respect those more pow erful than he but only grudging ly and with bad humor Dr James A Brussel was al so intrigued with the Premier Dr Brussel believes that Khru shchevs roly poly body type might offer a clue to his person ality An adherent to the ies of Dr Ernst Kretschmer a German psychiatrist who stud ied human beings and their physiques Dr Brussel classifies the Premier as a the scientific word de a person with roundness contour and face Paul Bull died Tuesday at Waverly from injuries receiyed truck He was driving went out of control on Highway west citylimits Bull was a truck driver for the Witwer Grocery Co He had left Mason City with a loaded truck and was headed for Cedar Rapids atthe time ofthe mishap The watch he was wearing stopped at9 Authorities be lieve this was when the accident happened The attending physi about taken to Mercy Hospital at Waverly BULL WAS PINNED inside the cab of the truck A wrecker was used to pull the crushed cab apart so that Bull could be re moved The physician said Bull died from internal bleeding a lac erated liver and a ruptured dia phram The truck went out of control as Bull was drivirig curve The truck was headed in a northeast il if diameter the east ditch Authorities who investigated the hot know why the1 truck went out of control FUNERAL arrangements are pending atthe McAuIeyScan lan Funeral Home Surviving Bull are his wife Mary two sons Paul 20 sta tioned with the Army in Germany and M a r k 9 daughter Linda 11 his mother Mrs Guy F Bull 674 10th six brothers Leonard Muncie Allen 1032 Elm For rest rural Mason City Gale 703 llth Maurice Nora Springs and Roland Mason City and six sisters Mrs Rob ert Cline 219 23rd Mrs Virgil Schloemer 919 12th Mrs Kenneth Miller Rockford Mrs Robert Rush 26 Indiana Mrs William Moorhead Lorell and Mrs Hetluf Jasper son Mason City 12 VICTIMS TRENTON N J public officials in southern New Jersey stepped up antimosquito efforts Tuesday with the knowl edge that encephalitis has prob FBOM OUR WIRE SERVICES CHARLESTON Hurri cane Grade packing a punch of up to 140 miles an hour bull dozed its way into the mainland just south of here Tuesday killing at least one per son and causing widespread damage Charleston streets were a dan gerous nomans land of slivered glass arid a crazy network of fallen power lines Some streets held two feet of water The latest weather bulletin placed the storm a short dis tance inland from Charleston on the southwest side of town That was between Hunting Island and Edisto Beach It was moving toward the northwest at 14 miles an hour in the direction of Wal terboro 0rangeburg and the South Carolina state capital of Columbia CHARACTERIZING the storm as extremely dangerous the had urged of exposed Weather Bureau early evacuation areas and most of the perma nent residents complied The summer vacation season with its crowds of visitors is over The Red Cross said 85 shel ters set up from Savannah to Myrtle Beach S housed some evacuees With the worst still to come water flowed up to 4feet in the streets atFolly Beach 10 milessouth of here n rfrbin which widelyTcndwn de parted for famed Fort Sumter was all away Par of the St Michaels Episcopal AP Photofax STORM WATCH James Smiths husband a sailor is at sea on Smith and daughter a submarine so her hurricaneseasoried Laura the hurricane neighbors took her in tow and got her which smashed Charleston another baby to the safety of a concrete their baptism to such tempests Mrs vstorm shelter Invoking of emotionup to 8 Tuesday Maximum Minimum At 8 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 60 37 43 73 51 Probe 2 Breakins at Marble Rock MARBLE Coun ty Deputy Sheriff L L Lane Tuesday reported he was inves tigating two robberies which oc curred at Marble Rock some time Monday night Thieves us ing rear windows to gain en trance took a total of and three boxes of cigars from the Standard Station and the Mobile station here WASHINGTON Jus tice Department Tuesday was reported gearing for quick ac tion if President Eisenhower de cides to invoke the TaftHartley law emergency provisions to stop the 77day steel strike The President has called in top industry and union leaders separate White House con ferences Wednesday morning i a final effort to get fruitful bar gaining without resort to th TaftHartley law provisions OFFICIALS SAID privately however they doubt that even a personal appeal from the President will budge the in dustry and the striking Steel Gottlieb Named General Manager of Lee Papers ably claimed 12 lives tourist was built in 1761 David K Gottlieb business manager of Davenport Newspa pers Tuesday was named gen eral manager of the Lee News papers Group by Lee P Loomis president Starting Thursday the Lee Papers will establish group headquarters in Davenport at Washington once attended serv211 Brady Street an address oc ices there THIS GREAT PORT city was formed a lacework tered streets Power was off dotted with smashed windows and trees Power lines on the lit throughout Charleston Hospitals went on emergency circuits An unidentified man was killed in Beaufort County south of Charleston when a huge tree toppled his car His family escaped injury and were res cued by volunteers Fortunately the peak of the storm hit the coast here at low tide but the Weather Bureau said tides were expected to be 12 feet higher than the normal low HEAVY RAINS already were falling inland in eastern South Carolina and southeastern North Carolina and the Weather Bu reau said they would spread northward during Tuesday and Tuesday night as Gracie pro ceeds on her northerly course cupied until 1912 by The Daily Times This office will coordi nate Lee Group administrative work handle auditing proce dures and maintain record sys tems The Lee center control1 office marks a break in Lee Group tradition Since 1890 when A W Lee purchased the Ottumwa Courier as the beginning of a group of dailies the Lee papers and companies have operated altogether independently WHEN THE LEE organiza tion expanded to more than 30 companies operating newspa pers printing plants radio and TV stations in six states rang DAVID GOTTLIEB AP Photofax PACKS LOTS OF Higgins Chica go feels right at home with a huge 44 caliber re volver left and the more familiar 38 which police men pack Although she looks out of place with the weapons Mrs Higgins really director of Illinois Crime Prevention Bureau She is attend ing an international police convention in New York The bureau warned of possible rainfall measuring 10 to 15 inches causing some flooding Gracie came to vigorous life Monday after dawdling in the Atlantic formore than a week and aimed her full fury at the mainland As Gracie slammed into the mainland the years eighth tropical Hannah full hurricane strength with winds of 85 miles ing from the Midwest to Mon heads of the Lee Group concluded that some kind of central administration was imperative The Davenport office will also administer Lee Enterprises Incorporated a Delaware com pany created in 1950 which is the Groups financial affiliate and link to the A W Lee inter ests through Laura Lee the daughter and destroyer service He hold the naval reserve rank of lieu tenant commander with cita for action in the Mediter ranean and his work in bringing in the U235 as a war prize He became business manager in Davenport in 1951 He is a di rector of Iowa Daily Press Assn and a member of the me an hour That storm however slili miles from the mainland GOTTLIEB is graduate in an Ohio journalism State and business administration He had his first training at The Daily Times in the mechanical and advertising departments under E P Adler He was in the advertising de partment of the Kewanee Star Courier for three years prior to World War II With the Navy Gottlieb was in the armed guard chanical committee of Ameri can Newspaper Publishers As sociation ASSISTING GOTTLIEB in the Lee Group setup will be Edward Reinhart an auditor from the Chicago staff of Kuhns Yewdall and Layman and Mrs William Engcl of the Davenport News papers staff Other personnel will be added later Gottlieb will devote half his time to the Lee Group office as general manager and half to Davenport Newspapers for the next six months as a transition move After next summer he wiil devote full time to business management of the Lee Group workers Union from their poles apart positions In that event Eisenhower i expected to trigger the emer gency strike provisions into ef feet This would call for nam ing a factfinding panel to re port on the issues On receipt of the panels report the Presi dent could order the Justice De jartment to seek a court injunc ion to halt the strike for an 30day cooling period Justice was reported well ahead on its preparatory paper vork It was noted that not only Ally Gen William P Rogers ut the head of his departments civil division George C Doub participated in a White House conference on the steel situa ion Monday All negotiations in the steei dispute are at a standstill The union broke off New York talks conducted by the Federal Medi ation and Conciliation Service ast Friday It said further such conferences were useless THE PRESIDENT decided on be series of conferences as inal fling at getting both sides ogether to resume collective argaining and seek an agree ment Roger M Blough board chairman of Steel along with chiefs of several oth er large steel firms and R Con rad Cooper chief of the industry bargaining team will represent the industry David J McDonald Steel workers Union president and other lop union officials are to represent the union On the Inside General News Page 2 Eat Grow 3 Editorials 4 Society News Clear Lake Latest Markets 13 Mason City News 1415 Comics 16 Farm News 17 North Iowa News 20 SAME Given Report Prepare for Summit Talks WASHINGTON tfiThe Stati Department called in ambassa dors of its 14 North Atlantic allies Tuesday to give them a detailed report on President Eisenhowers talks with Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev This is an early move in the process of consultation which to a summit confer ence later this year or early in 1960 A series of discussions over the nextfew weeks will de termine whether when and where a summit conference should or alternatively whether the Big Four foreign ministers should meet again soon to reopen negotiations on Berlin THE BRITISH French and West German ambassadors re ceived an initial briefing Mon day British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan said in London that a summit conference of leaders of the great powers would be held in the near future Eisenhower made clear to re porters only that so far as he personally was concerned his requirements for a summit meetinghad been substantially met yBut diplomatic officials said that while they expect a sum mit meeting will be held a fi nal agreement and arrange ments still have to be worked chief objection to going to the Summit was the exist e n e e of Khrushchevs threat made last November to take steps which would jeop ardize the security of West Ber lin and of the contingent of U British and French roops stationed there THE PRESIDENT said at his news conference Khrushchev lad lifted the threat and in fact ad stated emphatically that ever had he any intention to ive anything that was to be nterpretcd as duress or com As the communique ending their Camp David talks dis closed the two men agreed on reopening of negotiations for the settlement of the Berlin problem Heavy Frost Warning in North Iowa Heavy frost was forecast for Iowa Tuesday night Temperatures dropped into the 30s at several places Tues day morning The outlook for Wednesday morning is for read ings of from 28 degrees in the north to 38 in t h e south The Weather Bureau warned of heavy frost in the north and central portions Wednesday morning and scattered light frost in the south Tuesday mornings lows in cluded 35 degrees at Atlantic 36 at Spencer 37 at Mason City and Sioux City and 39 at Coun cil Bluffs But at Davenport ihe overnight low was 49 de grees Afternoon highs Monday were from 59 degrees at Spencer to 72 at Lamoni Corresponding readings Tuesday and Wednes day afternoons were due to be from 48 in the north to 58 in south T h e r es a probability of warmer weather Thursday the Weather Bureau said CLEAN SWEEP The Mason City Lions Club Tuesday evening will be mak ing a clean sweep of the resi dential district Starting at 4 oclock club members plan visit every home to sell brooms made by the blind The sale will provide funds for clubs sightsaving activities t
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