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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 22, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Idtod for VOL MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The Newspaper That Makes All North lowans Neighbors a mn MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY APRIL Yl 1HO 7e Copy Thli rf Two HOMf EDIT FTOM mi Rhee being urged to dump vice president Herter to start his 2nd year By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau American diplomac y Charles G Dawes U S am bassador to the Court of St James 192932 once remarked is easy on the brain but heJl on the feet For this Henry P Fletcher ambassador and ca reer diplomat had the logical rejoinder It depends on which you use Secretary of State Christian A Herter sounding out his first year in office has had to make energetic use of both Like his predecessor John Foster Dulles Herter believes in personal and peripatetic diplomacy Dulles traveled slightly more than 78 000 miles at home and abroad in his first year in office Her ter bit more than 84000 SOMEHOW HOWEVER Her ter doesnt seem to have been all that busy and that perhaps pins down the chief difference between him and the man he served as Under Secretary of State Dulles was constantly making his presence known He spoke easily and often Herter is mild and seems guided by Disraelis aphorism Nature has given us two ears but only one mouth It was said of Dulles that he carried his office in his hat He insisted that briefing papers be kept to onepage length Herter is a staff man This was demonstrated most dra matically last September when Herter in spite of President Eisenhowers apparent misgiv ings brought back from exile in the Philippines Charles E Chip Bohlen a leading State Department expert on Soviet Russia Herters only apparent failure to do his homework came in November when he at first refused to take any sides in the SinoIndian border dis pute This was promptly cor rected De Gaulle gets warm welcome at Washington WASHINGTON UP French President Charles de Gaulle flew into Washington Friday to receive a warm welcome from President Eisenhower and open four days of summit strategy talks Eisenhower personally head ed the welcoming party which waited in a warm sun at Na tional Airport as De Gaulles special Air France flight from Toronto Canada came in After a stay here he will visit New York San Francis co and New Orleans before leaving the country N ews in a utshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON Cen sus Bureau said its 1960 pop ulation count is running well ahead of the 1950 rate Asof Thursday night the bureau said 159962981 people had been per cent of the expected total count of about 180000000 Jean Seberg is at home with her parents in Marshalltown recuperating from an illness which required her to be hos pitalized in France last week The ailment was described as due to overwork in connection with publicity for her newest Columbia picture WASHINGTON eign aid critics set out to whittle a billion and a h a 1 f dollars from the pro gram approved Thursday by the House MURPHY NC Sheriff C M Anderson said it wasnt his fault the grand jury ac cused him of running a sloppy jail Just before the jurors made their inspection the prisoners threw food all over the jail floor he explained Unrest in S Korea continuing SEOUL Korea An ex premier Friday urged Presi dent Syngman Rhee to dump Vice Presidentelect Lee Ki Poohg target of anligovern ment rioting He indicated Rhee is considering this action The expremier Y T Pyun spoke with a reporter after a conference with Rhee at the end of another tense day during which 10000 teenage students demonstrated in the nearby port of Inchon Pyun said Rhee has a definite plan for solving South Koreas grave political crisis He has formed certain ideas in his mind regarding what to do Pyun said His ideas are roughly along my lines PYUN FORMERLY a close associate of Rhee has become increasingly critical of the gov ernments domestic policies Now an English professor Pyun has been mentioned as a possi ble member of a reshuffled Cabinet The Inchon demonstrators shouted for the resignation of Lee declaring his election with Rhee March 15 was rigged The youths smashed four windows hi headquarters of Rhees Lib eral party Unlike the rioting Tuesday in Seoul and other major cities there was no bloodshed The police already severely cri ticized for killing protest marchers Tuesday fired three blank shells over the Inchon demonstrators but other wise made no attempt to dis Maytag rallies GOP 52 delegates are chosen HAPPY OVER TROPHY Gov Herschel Loveless left adds his smile to those of three Mason Cilyans who receive a trophy for the citys industrial develop ment activities during 1959 Mason Citys program A I1 Ilinlntax was rated the best in Iowa With Loveless are left to Lester Milligan secretary of the Cham ber of Commerce Mayor George Mendon and Ralph Shelton the chambers general manager Grand award to Mason City for its industrial activities AT THE SAME TIME Herter has used President Eisenhow ers great popularity abroad as a new diplomatic weapon In withdrawing to the background he has had the spotlight direct ed full on the Chief beginning with the Khrushchev visit to the United States and continuing with Ikas grand tour of Europe and Asia and the Latin American goodwill mis sion These are not the kind of projects one would normally associate with Foster Dulles Dulles in his last few months in office seemed to be growing more flexible though he still looked to Soviet Russia tor deeds not words as a summit conference prerequisite Herter has been conciliatory as evi denced in the Geneva disarma ment and nuclear test ban con ferences and the Francefrus trated attempt to hold an early summit meeting THERE ARE obvious differ ences Dulles was least initially from a deck marked massive retaliation Herter has had to adjust to the reality of a maxim set forth by Walter Lippmann that in for eign relations a policy is formed only when commitments and power are brought into balance On big issues such as Berlin Herter has seemed as firm as Dulles It is difficult to imagine a Dulles being as patient with Castros Cuba as Herter has been quietly maintaining a willingness to discuss prob lems But Herters quiet has elsewhere proved effective no tably in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization where the intransigence of France appears to have been if not dissolved at least considerably abated On the estimate of his op ponents Herter would appear well qualified to have taken over the Dulles team Izvestia in commenting on an address by Herter graded him poor for his reliance on cold war phraseology to answer Soviet efforts at coexistence SIOUX A young Sioux City man was bound over to the Woodbury County Grand Jury on a charge of as sault with intent to murder his brolherinlaw Police cap lured Percy Saul 23 only minutes after William Wabe shaw 40 was shot in the up per chest on a downtown sire el MARSHFIELD W gunman who held up a loan company apparently believes in planning for his future He told the woman clerk he robbed if anything happens be sure to tell them I was always a gentleman and that I never hurt you TALKS CONTINUE NEW DELHI India Minister Nehru and Chou Enlai perse them THE POLICE even provided three water wagons for Ihe students It was the third conseculive day of anligovernment demon strations in Inchon The port is not one of the five Korean cities put under martial law Tues day when at least 125 persons were killed in Seoul and other centers in the near revolt against the government The general public was quiet in Seoul though there were ru mors that university students planned another big protest Saturday But in Seoul oppon ents of Rhee in the National Assembly scuffled for five min utes in the assembly chamber with deputies from the presi dents Liberal party Mason City was given the Iowa Development Commis sions grand award Thursday night for industrial develop ment aclivilies during 1959 The commission award which honors the Iowa com munity that did the most lo atlract new induslry during Ihe year was given at the sixlh annual Induslrial De velopment Clinicin D cs Moines Ralph Shelton manager of the Mason City Chamber of Commerce received the grand award from Gov Her schel Loveless at the dinner opening the 1960 clinic Mason City also received the divisional award for cities with populaliens over 10000 That award and the smaller population titles lo Daylon Story Cily and Lenoxyintpn and Fairfield were based on the cities desire organiza tion and conlacls wilh pros peclive induslries A spokesman for the com mission said the award to Mason City was based on the desire and ability of the city businessmen lo provide de lailed and accurale informa lion concerning their commu nity to prospective industries on a moments notice The city businessmen were eager to provide1 inormalion about Ihe cily andable lo make an immediate decision once the industry showed an inlcrest in transferring to Mason Cily Ihe spokesman said Although Ihc results of the efforts wasnt a criteria for the award Mason City was able lo convince Ihe Manufacturing Co lo Iransfcr a p 1 a n I to the cily which evenlually will hire 100 work ers 33 killed in Africa crash met Friday for their fourth pri vate talk on the IndianChina border dispute There have been no official communiques on Ihe discussions over 51000 disputed square miles of the Himalayan frontier BUNIA Belgian Congo UPI DC4 operated by the Sobe air Belgian charter airline crashed into ML Bogoro near here Fridayi First reports said all 33 per sons passengers and 7 killed The plane was enroute from Brussels to Elisabethville in the Belgian Congo It left Cairo and was approaching for a landing at Bunia Airfield when the crash occurred Mercury sets Iowa marks Temperalures pushed inlo the 80s in Iowa Friday for the sec ond consecutive day and fore casters promised more of the same for Saturday Scatlered showers and thun derstorms threaten to move in and spread but they were not expecled to have much of a cool ing effect through Saturday The warm sunny weather Friday followed a few high marks set Thursday in the northern part of the state Iowas highest Thursday read ing 87 at Sioux City broke the citys record of 84 set for the dale in 1946 Mason Cilys read ing of 80 cracked ils 1913 high mark of 78 and Spencer lied ils 1946 record with a reading of 83 North Iowa Variable cloudi ness scattered showers and thunderstorms devel oping northwest section Friday night and spreading over the area Dr Fredrik Schoitz heads American Lutheran Church DES MOFNES HVFred May tag II Newton industrialist ap pealed to fellow Iowa cans Friday to advantage of knowledge citizens have gained in nonpartisan political courses and help turn it into a national and stale GOP victory this fall Maying as chairman of tha Iowa Republican presidential convention opened the sessions in which the party will pick the 52 delegates and alternates who arc expected to climb on Vico President Richard Nixons band wagon at the national conven lion at Chicago in July THE CHAIRMAN of the board of the Maytag Co recalled that was eight years ago when in n identical capacity he ad rcssed a stale convention that alcr saw the end of 20 years of Democratic rule with the elec ion of President Eisenhower lie said the party Had suffered ornc occasional reverses since hen but the trend now is Rcpub ican and the parly is in a slrongcr position He added Leading the parade as na tional standardbearer will un doubtedly be Ihc man who iii my opinion represenls Ihe ideal combinalion of proven ability and winning personality Dick Nixon Maytag said Iowa Republi cans have the opportunity to build grassroots slrcngth out of awakened interest in politics ANOTHER OF THE featured speakers heard bythc 3227 dele gates was US Sen Bourke Ilickcnloopcr Hickcnlooper put his stamp of approval on Vice President Richard Nixon He called him one of the best qualified men in hislory for presidenl The present national commit tee members Charles Wilten meycr Davenport and Anna Lomas Red Oak both are seek ing reclcclion They are op posed respectively by Don Pierson Humboidt former GOP slate chairman and Enid Rob MINNEAPOLIS Minn Wl Three Lutheran denominations merged Friday With pomp and solemn prayer they formally constilulcd Iheir new unified church The event culminating years Saturday Lows Friday night of preparation marks a major lower 50s Highs Saturday 75 80 Iowa Variable cloudiness scat lered showers and Ihundcr slorms norlh and west Friday night and Saturday Locally cooler extreme northwest Fri day night and northwest Sat urday Lows Friday night 4853 northwest 5360 south east Highs northwest to Saturday the lower 70s 80s soulheast Further outlook Showers and thunderstorms and cooler Sunday Minnesota Mostly cloudy cool er Highs Saturday 4858 step in closing the divided ranks of American Lulheranism Dr Fredrik A Schoilz Min neapolis president of the Evan gelical Lutheran Church was elected head of the new Ameri can Lutheran Church His election came on the third ballot at the merger convention After an opening joint serv ice of Holy Communion 1000 representalives of the Ihree de nominations many of them in ecclesiastical robes moved in a procession from the church to the Auditorium z block away for the uniting cere monies Climax of the affair came at am when prcsidenls of he Ihrce bodies clasped hands signaling visibly Ihe establish ment of the union Then the massed assembly prayed The merger joins the former y separate American Lutheran Evangelical Lutheran and United Evangelical Lutheran churches It is the first Lutheran con solidalion in Ihe 20lh Cenlury lo combine bodies of different national bacxgrounds And it paces the field in a developing pattern of Lutheran unification that promises to bring 95 per cent of the eight million mem bers into three large bodies within the nexl three years The union forms a denomina tion of million Lulherans It has been in Ihe planning slage for 12 years inson Hampton Twentysix delegates and as many altcrnales to the nation al convention were chosen Se lected from the 3rd District were Lawrence Putney Glad brook and Carl Eluedorn Wa terloo delegates and Paul Wal crs Union and John Mowry Marshalllown allernates The 6th Dislrict delegates are Angus lotion Lone Rock and Barbara Olerich Rolfe On the inside North Iowa News Page 3 Editorials 4 CubGazette 9 Mason City News 1011 Latest Markets 11 Society News 12 Sports 13 Clear Lake News 14 North Iowa Features 18 Comics 19 SAME 16 of Iowa drinkers can be classified as heavy ST LOUIS Mo About 16 per cent of the Iowa drinker would be classed as heavy drinkers but only one quarter of these heavy drink ers could be classed as alco holics a University of Iowa research team said Friday Prof Harold A Mulford di rector of the universitys al coholic studies and Donald E Miller Muscatine a research associate said they arrived at the conclusion after surveying more than 1000 lowans The two men made the re port at the annual meeting of the Midwest Sociological So ciety here Mulford said he and Miller tried to determine the ing habits and attitudes of the persons interviewed in the survey He said 706 of the more than 1000 persons ques tioned said they drank alco holic beverages Mulford said drinking be haviors of alcoholics are typi fied by staying intoxicated for several days neglecting regular meals morning drink ing and inability to stop after one or two drinks Only five per cent of the people questioned in the poll said there was any serious difficulty in their households because of drinking but one half of the alcoholics re ported domestic problems Mulford Mid Alcoholic drinkers did much of their drinking in public places while other heavy drinkers did most of their drinking at home Mulford said The university profes sor said a heavy drinker was defined as anyone who had three or more drinks at one time more than once a week Oddly enough Mulford said only onehalf of the alcoholics said they gave parties where drinks were served whereas 80 per cent of all heavy drink ers gave such parties Like wise Mulford said fewer al coholics than heavy drinkers attended such drinking par ties Fiveday Iowa For the period Saturday through Wednesday temperatures will average 3 to 6 degrees below normal Colder Sunday and Monday Highs will average from the upper 50s north to the lower 60s south Lows will average from the middle 30s north to near 40 south Precipitation will average moderate to heavy occurring as showers and thunderstorms Saturday Sunday and Monday Amounts will average from 75 up to two inches locally Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 am Friday Maximum 80 Minimum 48 Watertight turns into campus brawl BELOIT Wis WrWhat was scheduled as a spring water fight on fraternity row of the Beloit College campus erupted Thursday night into a mud slinging waler tossing stone throwing melee that had to be stopped by police tear gas Be fore the affray subsided four men students had been taken into custody two police scfliad cars were drenched with water and mud and dented by stones and Ihe windshield and red light of a fire truck broken THEIR FAVORITE SON U S Sen Lyndon Johnson DTex raises his hands in salutation as he is greeted outside a Houston hotel during an ap pearance at a Texas Junior Chamber of AP Commerce convention At a press con ference Johnson gave his definite indication he would accept the Demo cratic nomination for president   

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