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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 15, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edittd for HM MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE I HOME EDITION VOL The Newspaper That Makes All North lowons Neighbors AMeelUd IK OniUd International Full UaM Wlrti MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY APRIL 15 I960 7c Copy Piper Coniliti of Two SectionsSection One No Polaris rockets to be bulwark tor W Europe WASHINGTON UPI The United States and its NATO allies probably will station hundreds of Po laris missiles across Western Europe in a revolutionary new multimillion dollar defense system designed to strike back after any Russian attack State Department confirmation that such a system was under consideration was underlined by the first successful underwater launching of a Polaris The missile originally intended to be fired by submerged nuclear submarines was launched from an underwater tube off San Clemente Island Calif The said all objectives were met and described the test as an important step in mating the missile to Asubs The proposal to dot Western Europe with ballistic missiles arose from fears that the con tinents defenses as presently j Seaway to start its 12nd year By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTON The St Lawrence Seaway begins its sec ond season as ah official suc cess a shipping industry disap pointment ranging from slighi to grave depending on the view er and still a subject of warm controversy For the word that the first season was a success we have the report submitted to Congress by President Eisenhower Prepared for the Chief Execu tive by the St Lawrence Seaway Development Corp a U S gov ernment instrumentality the re port says that the waterway in its first year of operation proved its economic value Revised figures on use showed traffic on the St Lawrence River section for the first season of 20579461 tons some 7V4 mil than passed fanned would be obsolete in a ew years SOME MILITARY planners were aiming at 1963 as the date for wide placement of ballistic missiles throughout Europe That year is regarded as critical because of Russias interconti nental rocket advantage A d v i se r s of NATO C o m mander Gen Lauris Norstad consider it urgent for Europe to be equipped with missiles that could be placed in underground bunkers on mobile launching platforms and on barges on the continents many waterways One of the problems facing the North Atlantic Council the NATO governing body is how to Holy Land in somber rituals on Good Friday finance the polaris program SAFE AT PARIS HOME Little Eric Peugeot 4 appears little the worse for his experience as he is held in the mothers arms at their Paris mansion His Hes found alone on street r AP PhotoUx father French auto empire executive Roland Peu geot holds the couples older son JeanPhilippe 7 JERUSALEM Jordan Section The stgryof theCrucifixion was recited beside an empty tomb in Jerusalem this Good Friday in the babel of ancient and longdead languages widely spoken at the time of Christ Each of the old liturgical languages represents a Christian community with jealousiy guarded traditional rights in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre Normally Oriental and Western churches have Easter at times because of cal ndar differences but this year iey celebrate Easier together This means there must ba archil planning and splitsec nd liming of services in the hurch to avoid friction If an Orthodox priest lights a imp belonging to Armenians a icar riot svill follow The feeling is so strong on licsc points that the various ighls have been written into in crnational treaties One such lisputc in Bethlehem was a con ribuling cause to the outbreak of the Crimean War Rocky may be edging back in Boys ransom paid lion tons more through the old shallow draft canal in 1958 but still some million tons less than antici pated The total for the Welland Canal section million tons was almost 2716 which would cost several hun dred million dollars AS CURRENTLY designed to Qy from Navy submarines with an Hbomb in its nose the Po laris would have a range of 1 200 miles NATO would get a modified version with a range of 300 to 1500 miles for use on land In confirming that this coun try and NATO were considering hundreds of Polaris missiles for Europe officials said the United States wanted to work out a co ordinated system for supplying the rockets through the Atlantic alliance instead of through FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES PARIS Eric Peugeot was returned safely to his fam ily Friday and police hampered by thousands of Easter travel ers threw a vast dragnet across Paris for his abductors There was a momentary flur ry at midday when the official French News Agency flashed an announcement that police had captured the boys agreements countries with individual REVENUE WAS about 24 per cent below the estimate for debt service on loans advanced by the federal government for sea way construction However the U S share of revenue S3 204500 was sufficient to pay all operating costs of 3951200 and return to the U S Treasury in interest charges and debt repayment The U S section of the water way is 94 per cent complete Total cost including interest during construction is estimated the 60s at million well within the million authorized by Con gress Lewis G Castle administrator for the St Lawrence Develop ment Corp says the present toll structure should produce revenue sufficient to meet the financial obligations of the wa terway His Canadian opposite number John C Lessard said that until 1964 when a full re view of the waterways opera tions will be made there is no need to suggest that there are to be immediate changes in the tariff of tolls X WEATHER CONDITIONS shortened the first season on both ends by about a month the season opened last year on April 25 and traffic was re duced in the early season by lack of proficiency in speeding ship passages Most of the ships in foreign trade were the same small typeused when the canal had a draft limit of 14 feet Nu merous celebrations and visits of naval armadas slowed up commercial shipping Castle the administrator holds to his prediction that by 1968 the waterway will be handling 50 million tons of shipping an nually But a dimmer view is taken by the Grace Line which has asked the Federal Maritime Board to let it drop its s u b sidized Great Lakes service through the St Lawrence Sea way Graces loss after subsidy was AND BURTON N Behling economist for the Association of American Railroads reveals that St Lawrence tolls were too low He estimated the total eventual cost for improvements in the Great LakesSt Lawrence area at more than million or more than four times the amount already spent by the United wo men and a woman Bui poi ce promptly denied the report Eric tiny heir to a mulli million dollar French automo bile fortune was released short y before am after his ather paid ransom in gold coins How it was handed ver remained a secret The chubbycheeked blond laired little boy was found by a aborer not long after midnight He was crying standing in the treet in front of a Paris cafe nly three home Weatherman in promise of fair warm Easter The Weather Bureau says you can go out in your Easter finery on your rain coat or your overcoat The out look is for partly cloudy skies and afternoon temperatures in tie 60s Meanwhile frequent showers are in the forecast Dense fog blanketed much of the state Friday morning Heaviest rainfall reported for the 24 hours ended Friday was 65 of an inch at Davenport Ot tumwa had 47 Dubuque 22 Lamoni 12 Des Moines 10 and Mason City 04 Top temperatures on Thurs day were from 60 degrees at Burlington and Ottumwa to 77 at Sioux City Mason City had a balmy 74 Fridays highs were due to be about the same North Iowa Partly cloudy with occasional showers and thun derstorms Friday night lows 4856 Considerable cloudiness and cooler with occasional showers and thunderstorms Saturday highs 6065 Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average above normal Saturday through next Wed nesday with only minor dailj changes Afternoon highs will be in the mid 60s to lower 70s Overnight lows will be from the mid to upper 40s Prccipi tation will average 50 to 75 of an inch northwest and from 50 to one inch southeast oc curring as showers and thun derstorms at the beginning o the period and again about the first of next week Minnesota Increasing cloudi ness cooler Highs Saturda 4855 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Friday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation 74 48 53 04 blocks from his INSIDE the bar the was asked who he TAKEN youngster was My name is Eric Peugeot and I live at 170 Avenue Victor Hugo The bar patrons burst inlo spontaneous cheers The police and his family were notified The youngster was safe and 54 lours of terrible anguish were over The kidnapers the little boy said were very nice to him and et him watch a television set They did not do me any larm he said Erics father Roland Peugeot vice president of the vast Peu coL automobile and steel em pirc admitted he paid money to he kidnapers but refused to say how much Friends said he paid in gold widelyfamed Louis Dor which is legal lender in France and beloved of the peas ants and small shopholders ike to keep their savings in gold and hide them from the tax collector TEARS OF JOY streamed down the fathers face He said tie had preferred to deal with the kidnapers in his own way to get his boy back The elder Peugeot took his son home to his wife Colette who had been near collapse They iind him examined by a doctor who found him well and then him to bed beside his To get Eric released I scru pulously followed the conditions of the kidnapers Peugeot said I had to have confidence in Ihem They asked me to deliver Ihe ransom to a specific place I did it Then there was noth ing to do hut wait I think now that the police will start to work but before Ihis I absolutely refused to help them Ky TIIK ASSOCIATED Nelson A Rockefeller who ruled himself out of the race for the Republican prcsidcnlia nomination last December is showing distinct signs of edging back in Item Next week hell start a series of outofstntc t o u r s speaking forRepublican candi dates and displaying his siml ing personality again among Ke publicans politicians in man parts of the country ITEM HE STILL refuses t endorse Vice President Richar M Nixon for the GOP nomine lion Asked Thursday if he ha any doubt Nixon would be nonv naled he replied t dont wan to discuss it Item He has not ruled out a convention draft He says ho N ews in a utshell put brother JeanPhilippe 7 The ordeal for the family was over The main task for the police began Gendarmes threw a cordon around Paris and set up a tight security check at every port railroad station and airport Word cracked out over the po lice teletype ordering ail units to search for a tall man dressed in gray On the inside Editorials Page 4 Cub Gazette 5 Mason City News 67 Latest Markets 7 Society News 8 Clear Lake News 11 Sports News 1314 North Iowa Features 16 Comics 17 North Iowa News 20 Rudd couple wins case against state CHARLES district court jury here Thursday awarded Mr and Mrs Edwin N Eiiason of near Rudd from the State of Iowa and the Iowa Highway Commission The judgment came as a result of an appeal by the Eliasons slating that a 22 acre tract of their land condemned by the TRACTOR VICTIM highway commission for high CONRAD WJJames Corn 52 woh lhan the offered by the was killed Friday when a tracstatc Thc condemnation ac tor he was driving overturnedIlion took place April 16 1959 docsnl expect one cross bridge comes1 bul will that if a The UNDERWATER Polaris missile designed to be fired from a submarine underwater streaks up ward on a powered flight near San Clemente Island Calif It was the fkst time the rocket was launched AP Phololax from a tube underneath the oceans surface Next test will be from a rolling ship at sea and then a full scale shot from a submerged sub OUR WIRE SERVICES HOLLYWOOD I havent done sue for false arrest declared Florence Aadland the angry mother of 17yearold Beverly Aadland as she was led off to jail on charges of contributing to her daughters delinquency The district atlorney issued a com plaint against the exshowgirls mother after viewing pictures of a wild party at the Aadland apartment WASHINGTON Maj Gen John H Mike Michaclis 47 muchdecorated Korean War hero and onetime aide to President Eisenhower is un der treatment for a malignant growth in his Ihroal Paola of Belgium gave birth Friday lo a 7 pound 8 ounce son who becomes second in line to the Belgian Ihrone afler his falher Prince Albert ALBANY N The bulle tin of the Albany County Health Department appearing after a threeweek lapse in publication explained This is a weekly publication but sometimes we dont make it ROCK ISLAND West ern Conlracling Corp Sioux City has submitted the appar enl low bid for the oponing phase of conslruction on Ihe milelong Red Rock dam proj ect south of Des Moines on Ihe Lower Des Moines River The 6300acre conservation pool will be Iowas largest body of water LAS MERCEDES Cuba An insurgent former officer of Fidel Castros army conlinued to elude crack government mounlain troops in a chase over Ihe soggy pinnacles of casl Cubas Sierra Maeslra Castro is directing operations in the ninth day of an inten sive manhunt for exCapt Manuel Beaton and his band of armed guerrillas believed to number about 50 men UNION ELECTION HAMPTON Production em ployes at the Chamberlin Trail er Co here voted 3429 Thurs day to accept the United Auto kind of straw in the wind that cheers Roc kefcllers ardent admir e r s came Thursday from Denver ColoROcKEFELLER forsaken me when the Den ver Posl said editorially Rocke feller appears to be the most atlraclive candidale lhat could be offered NIXONS OWN precorwention policy in the meantime gol a nod from Senalc GOP Leader Everell M Dirksen of Illinois Said Dirksen I Ihink his pres ent technique is prelly good West Virginias Republican Gov Cecil H Underwood said in New York lhal while Rocke THE FIRST language used in he Church of the Holy Sepul chre Good Friday morning was he La Im longue spoken by a Roman Ccnlurion who slood be side Ihc cross and declared Surely Ihis was lie Son of God Kormm Catholics galh crcd in the church lo hold an early service By am Ihc Lalins had lo make way for the Greek Or thodox whose liturgy embodies Greek spoken by the Aposllc Paul and most cducalcd persons in New Tcstamenl limes In Ihc aflcrnoon Ihe language of Pharaohs and Ihe language spoken by Chrisl mingled when the Syrians and Egyptians both held a burial service al the Holy Sepulchre almost simultane ously In their liturgy the Syrian Or thodox Christians use the Ara maic language spoken by Christ and most of his disciples IT WAS THE tongue in which Jesus cried from the Cross My God My God why hast Thou feller would make a very strong candidate right now Mr Nixon is Ihe slrongesl can didale we have lie added I do nol foresee any change in the national picture Former North Iowa school head dies SIOUX RAPIDS UPI D wight W Fernau 56 Sioux Rapids an Iowa school super intendent for many years and owner of the Sioux Rapids hos pital died at his home Friday after suffering a heart at tack Fernau was superintend ent of schools at Toledo Pioneer Latimer Carpenler Lone Rock Curlew Kensell and Gru vcr REHEARSALS STARTED MOSCOW w Thc American cast of My Fair Lady went into daylong rehearsals Friday for Monday nights opening of the musicals threeweek run While these ancicnl longues were used in liturgies modern anguagcs like German Eng ish Spanish and Italian were used in sermons and prayer as pilgrims carried heavy crosses along Ihc Way of Ihe Cross They carried crosses from the place of Chrisls Irial before Pi lalc to the Holy Sepulchre stop ping at each of the 14 Slations of the Cross lo hear sermons in Ihcir own language In Moscow Ihe Easter season is generating an unusual flurry of religious activily in this cita del of Communism this year The Eastern Orthodox churchs observance of Easter this year falls on Ihe same day as that in Ihe Weslern world and So viel Union churches in Moscow will be crowded with older citi zens who have refused to give up Iheir religious teachings The foreign colony is altending serv ices led by four foreign clergy men an almost unheard of num bcr lo be officiating at one time in Moscow SAME Stigmata repeated for the 34th time KONNERSREUTH Germany Neumann 64 Friday bled from wounds identi cal with those of Christ on the cross a priest and a town ad ministrator reported Spectators from outside the village were barred Father Josef Naber the 39 yearold village priest and the Konnersreuth municipal admin istration said Miss Neumann on Workers Union gaining agent as their bar this Good Stigmala Friday wounds showed Ihe like Ihose Christ received on the cross as she has each Good Friday for 34 years They described the scene this way Blood trickles from her hands and feet punctured by marks similar to those made by the nails which pinned Christ o the cross A gaping wound in her side like that given Christ by a Roman soldier laid open Father Naber said blood ran from her eyes As she tossed and turned on a bed in her stonewalled cottage Miss Neumann gasped an occa sional word in Aramaic the lan guage spoken in the Holy Land at the lime of Christs dealh She has never studied the lan guage and can speak it only ia her Easter trance   

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