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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 28, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL H The Newspaper That Makes All North lowans Neighbors Atsocialed Press and United Pms Irrternationa Full Lease Wires MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY APRIL 28 19W 7c a Cfpy Paper of Four One No 171 Korealike riots break out in Turkey j Confident outlook on business Average citizen sees continued good times By KENNETH FINK Princeton Research Service PRINCETON N J Confi dence in business and job pros pects just as the spring shopping begins is at a high level A survey just completed shows that a solid majority of rank and file citizens talked to are of the opinion that their own state will have the same or more business and jobs during the next few years than it had dur ing the past year or two Only about one in four of all those questioned expect less business and fewer jobs WHAT TODAYS findings mean is this Those who see more or the same amount of business and jobs for their state during the next few years out number by a margin of 2Mi to 1 those who see less business and fewer jobs ahead Todays public optimism can mean only one thing up and across the na look forward to busy cash registers over the coming months In conducting todays survey on business and job conditions a continuing feature of Prince ton Research Service over the past 13 years pollsters ques tioned adult citizens in all walks of life on thefollowing ques tion How do you feel about busi ness conditions in your state for the next few years Do you think therell be more busi ness and more jobs in your state than during the past year or two or less business and fewer jobs The results More or the same 67 Less 27 No opinion 6 One year ago findings on the same question showed more or the same 70 per cent less busi ness and fewer jobs 25 per cent more business but less jobs 1 per cent and no opinon 4 per cent indicating little change in sentiment from that of a year ago And 1959 was a good year for business across the nation A BETTER idea of the mean ing of todays findings on busi ness and job prospects can be seen from the following table showing the results on the same question over the past 30 months Less No same Opin 57 32 11 49 44 53 65 68 68 Bishops fear it has Religious revival passed crest DENVER UPI Method ist bishops see disturbing signs that Americas relig ious revival may have passed its crest They believe that U S churches which have enjoyed a phenomenal boom in mem bership since World War II will have to work harder at taking the gospel to those who no longer come to us An appeal for outreach ing evangelism by churches which have become compla cent with easy success was voiced by the 74 active and retired bishops of the na tions largest Protestant de nomination It was n major point in their joint Episco pal address to the Quad rennial Methodist General Conference The address read to the conference by Bishop William C Martin Dallas ranged over such topics as birlh con trol aid to parochial schools the liquor traffic attacks on Protestant clergymen and ra cial divisions within the church The bishops urged the 788 voting delegates to avoid a churchsplitting fight over the racial issue This question comes before Ihe general con ference in Ihe form of a pro posal to abolish the allNegro central jurisdiction which some Methodists call a sym bol of segregation The bishops defended vigor ously tltf National Council of Churches and its leaders against what they called vi ciously false charges of pro Communist leanings Koreas ousted vice president in suicide Wife two sons also die in pact DAINTY DOGS Benny Tice Roan oke Va has a hard time finding shoes to fit his size 15 feet but for once his oversized paid off A car dealer advertised that the person hav AP Photolax ing the biggest feet could walk in and buy a 1951 auto for 36 cents Tice won of course and when he got his bargain car home he found 74 cents under the seat Federal employes pay hike squabble moves to Senate FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON The admini strations fight against a pay raise for federal white collar workers moved to the Senate Thursday and fell upon recep tive ears Chairman Olin D Johnston DSC of the Senate Post Office and Civil Service committee 43 27 24 28 27 25 N Nov 1957 March 1958 May 1958 Sept 1958 Nov 1958 Dec TODAY 67 May 1959 71 An examination of the above table shows that public opti mism is greater today than it was at any time between No vember 1957 and September 1958 At the same time public optimism is nearly as great as it has been at any time since September of which would seem to indicate that business in most parts of the country should be good in the months ahead SNEAK THIEF GREENSBORO HiC UPI County Prosecutor Horace Koregay said that from now on confiscated moonshine will be kept in the basement vault of the courthouse He complained someone had been substituting water for the moonshine kept in his office closet for use as evi dence ews in a utshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES RABAT Morocco Death sentences have been handed out to five Moroccan merchants for selling adulterated cook ing oil that paralyzed 10832 persons They used jet flushing oil bought at a U S Air Force surplus sale and mixed it with peanut and olive cooking oil to gain bigger profits TEHRAN S Secretary of State Chris tian A Herter sat down with the foreign minis ters of the Central Treaty Organization CENTO to examine the free worlds Middle East frontier before next months summit confer ence aid that if the nations steel orkers deserveda pay hike icn maybe government em loyes deserve one too If ad ministra t i o n officials thought therwise he said we should now why v BUDGET DIRECTOR Mau ice H Stans replied that the roposed pay boosts estimated o cost about a ear would be fiscal irrespon ibility at a time when the udget is precariously balanced Roger W Jones chairman of tie Civil Service Commission aid Congress should await a ireliminary report due in Sep ember which would better cor relate federal pay scales to hose in private industry But Johnston said he would the ex study is no longer tolerate cuse that further needed SAME DATE19S92M SAN LORENZO Calif Mr and Mrs Michael J Cpstello both 26 who hope to have a large family are off to a fly ing start Thursday They kissed their twoyearold twins goodbye and hur ried off to a where Mrs Costello promptly gave birth to triplets TOKYO Princess Suga youngest daugh ter of Emperor Hirohito will become a popular music disc jockey on a ten minute daily radio broadcast post office and civil service committee last week Other major congressional de velopments HOUSING The House de feated 12683 a proposal to deny benefits of a billiondollar dousing bill to housing where racial discrimination is prac ticed The House moved toward a final vote on the bill Defeat of the amendment was regarded as a victory for backers of the bill who termed it a device to kill the measure by rallying Southern opposition SEOUL South Korea Kipoong his wife and two sons committed suicide Thursday in oriental atonement for the re volt Lees election as South Ko reas vice president touched off Ten hours after Lee and his family died in a cottage on the grounds of the presidential man sion the chief casualty of the revolt ex President Syngman Rhee left the presidents house 100 yards away and was driven with his Austrianborn wife to a modest hillside villa where they took up life as private citizens SENTIMENTAL friendly crowds along Rhecs route ap plauded him and women wept in sharp contrast to the bloody rioting which forced the 85year old father of modern Korea end his 12year rule The old man waved and smiled occasionally at t h e crowds Rhees successor Acting President Huh Chung named six independents to his cabinet bringing the new government to nine members AH politically in dependent they include a noted surgeon an educator and two bankers THE DEATH of Lee and his family was announced by the AP Photolax IN BETTER DAYS Former South Korean vice president Lee KiPoong 64 is shown with his wife Maria Park Lee 52 They and their two sons parti cipated in a suicide pact following riots brought about by Poongs electionto office Plan research center for nursing home operators Stans and Jones made simi ar appeals before the house SUI coeds thank march by fellows IOWA CITY Univer sity of Iowa coeds marched on wo mens dormitories Wednes day thank the fellows n song for a noisy demonstra ion at the womens dormitories he night before Some 50 or 60 irls from Burge and Currier Sails womens residences marched past the Quadrangle and Hillcrest mens dormitories The mens Tuesday night dem onstration at the womens dor mitories was held in part to pro test curfew hours for women They are required to be in by pm on week nights army command which still is in charge of maintaining order in Seoul and other major cities un der martial law The announcement said the 64year old vice presidentelect his wife Maria Park Lnc 52 a new diabetic drug Chairmanjand their sons 2nd Lt Lee recessing Kangsuk 22 and Lee Kanguk his subcommittee until Tuesil9 committed suicide at the DRUGS GOP Leader Dirk sen 111 blockedSenate inves tigators from continuing hear ings on thepossible dangers day said he had hoped to give everybody a full and ample hearing John McKeen presi dent and board chairman of Charles Pfizer was an gered by the postponement say ing he was fully prepared to defend the merits of the drug diabinese A specialist testi fied Wednesday the drug caused liver damage and even death in some cases On the inside Society News Pages 89 lome of a member of the presi dents secretarial staff a friend of Mrs Lee The announcement ave no details but it was un derstood that the elder vhom Rhee and his childless vife had his par ents and his brother and then urned the gun on himself SERIOUSLY HURT FORT DODGE ard Bennett Jr 13 was serious y injured Wednesday when he was run over by a Minneapolis St Louis train Clear Lake News North Iowa News Editorials Mason City News Latest Markets Sports Comics 12 13 14 U17 17 1970 22 The weather North Iowa Cloudy with occa sional light rain Thursday night and Friday High Fri day mostly in 50s Low Thurs day night in 40s Iowa Cloudy with occasional light rain Thursday night and Friday Little change in tem peratures Highs Friday in 50s north in 60s south Lows Thursday night in 40s Out look for Saturday Mostly WASHINGTON DC Dr Charles W Mayo of the famed Mayo Clinic announced Thursday Mutual of Omaha is making a grant for establish ment of an international nurs ing home education and service center here Mayo member of the insur ance firms board of directors said this is another step toward showing that the voluntary way can solve health care problems of the aged THE RESEARCH center build ing will be a model 50bed nurs ing home It will contain lecture and classrooms plus an audi torium and also is expected to house national offices of the American Nursing Home Assn The center to be known as Mutual of Omaha Research Center will be the first educa tional facility ever established to help administrators of more than 12000 nursing homes in the United States Mayo said that too many in government have been looking or a political solution to a medical program We must not stampede our selves into a forfeiture of our ree enterprise system simply o cross an electioji year bridge he said There are many solutions other than po litical compulsory control DR MAYO pointed out that cost problems of health care for the aged can be greatly re duced by judicious use of nurs ing homes Many aged patients need more time to recover from major sicknesses In most cases they do not need the extensive facilities of todays hospitals Lowcost nursing home care is the answer Rep T B Curtis of Missouri who was present at a special breakfast at which the an nouncement was made said This demonstrates our free en terprise systems recognition of a social problem and taking steps to provide a solution in a real way in keeping with the American tradition Military assumes control Trouble for Mendares ISTANBUL Turkey WVFour persons were reported killed Thursday as thousands of riot ing students in Koreatype dem onstrations demanded the resig nation oC Premier Adnan Men dcrcs The riots began in Istanbul mcl spreadswiftly to Ankara he capital to Izmir the Aegean seaport city which is NATO area icadqiiarlers and to Erairum n Eastern Turkey site of Ata turk University Martial law was declared The students broke through police lines around the Universi ty of Istanbul and surged through the city shouting for resignation Like South Korea Turkey is a pro Western nation The demonstrations were sparked when the Mendcrcs gov ernment ordered a threemonth ban on all political activities About 5000 students rushed through police cordons around the university and headed for the center of the city Forty stu dents and police were injured in fierce fights WITNESSES SAID they saw three students and one police man killed in the crush in front of the university Police said they could not confirm these reports In view oC the developing sit uation Menderes earlier had called off a flight to Iran to at tend a meeting of the Central Treaty Organization They marched down the streets singing the nations in dependence anthem and shout ing slogans praising the Korean youth who brought down the government of Syngman Rhee this week POLICE MANAGED to herd the students into the university grounds Recent political developments in Turkey andSouth Korea dis play some parallels Both lie on the edge of the Communist world and both have developed fierce anti Communist policies under presure from the Reds But the governments in both countries also became increas ingly authoritarian in recent years Rhees government fell amid opposition charges that his party tried to fix last months elections The Turkish opposi tion charges it is being hin dered in election campaigning here Thursdays outbreak followed passage of a bill Wednesday night in the Turkish Parliament broadening the powers of a par liamentary committee that has been investigating the opposi tion Republican party of ex President Ismet Inonu Estab lished by Parliament April 18 the committee is controlled by Menderes Democrat party The new bill also empowers parliamentary investigators to stopseize or suspend publica tions breaking the committees decrees seize any documents desired by the investigators and impose sentences up to three years in prison for viola tors of the committees rulings cloudy showers southeast little cooler Minnesota Showers continued cool Highs Friday 3545 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Thursday Maximum 56 Minimum 41 At 8 am 46 Precipitation 02 YEAR AGO Maximum 52 Minimum NURSING HOME CENTER Florence Baltz ington Ilh American Nursing Home Assn president AP Photofax home education and service center planned at Wash points out features of the new international nursing ington D C With her is Dr Charles Mayo   

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