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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 13, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 98 The Newspaper That Makes All North lowans Neighbors Associated Press and United Press International FuD Wires MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY MAY 13 1960 70 a Copy This Paper of Two One No 184 Natural resources of N Iowa given plug by Schroeder BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Renewed efforts to preserve the natural resources of North Iowa were urged at West Union Friday by State Sen Jack Schroeder candidate for the Republican nomination for gov ernor In remarks delivered at a SchroederforGovernor break fast he said The tremendous outdoor recreational facilities provided by nature in this area need to be vigorously promoted We must assure harmony in the conservation commission at all times in order to derive the greatest benefits from the abundant and varied recreational areas in North Iowa The Republican Caravan of Candidates for the primary elec tion was at New Hampton Thurs day night for appearances be fore a Chickasaw County rally The speakers included U S senatorial candidates Oliver J Reeve Dayton Countryman state Rep Ken Stringer and Rollo Bergeson and gubernato rial candidates William H Nich olas and Norman Erbe Mandatory ROTC on way out By JAMES MORISSEAU New York Herald Tribune News Service NEW YORK Compulsory military training in the Reserve Officers Training Corps ROTC will be discontinued next Sep tember at Ohio State Wisconsin Rutgers and Bucknell Universi ties At scores of other campuses across the country including Arizona State California Cor nell Michigan State Missouri Oklahoma and Oregon State student and faculty groups are campaigning for the elimination of compulsory ROTC The trend conceivably could end with the disappearance of the twoyear compulsory ROTC program from all but the hand ful of military colleges in the United States BEHIND THIS development is a growing sentiment among stu dents often shared by faculty members that compulsory ROTC cuts into the time avail able for the regular academic program and is a violation of academic freedom At the same time the Defense Department has left the choice between com pulsory and voluntary ROTC up to the colleges The overall ROTC program is the prime source of junior offi cers for the armed forces The Defense Department gives the annual requirement for ROTC graduates over the next 10 years as 21000 14000 for the Army 4000 for the Air Force and 3000 for the Navy At present 271656 college stu dents are enrolled in various ROTC programs Army ROTC enrolls 155871 the Air Force 103100 and the Navy 12685 A total of 501 ROTC units are maintained at 313 colleges and universities Basic ROTC in the freshman and sophomore years is compulsory at 177 of the 313 BUT THE BACKBONE of the program is the 64 land grant colleges and universities which are required to maintain ROTC programs under the terms of the Morrill Act of 1862 Because of their relatively large enrollments and compul sory basic programs the land grant institutions have tended in the past to send a dispropor tionate number of students into the voluntary advanced ROTC program to earn commissions But the Morrill Act while re quiring ROTC programs at the land grant schools does not make them compulsory In ef fect where there are compul sory programs they have been imposed by the colleges them selves Now many of the col leges again acting on their own initiative are moving to make ROTC completely voluntary I HAVE NO big money back of me in this campaign said Reeve Waverly attorney I have no paid workers no expen sive campaign headquarters and staff in Des Moines The other senatorial candi dates commented mainly on the incident of the American spy plane the Russians shot down Stringer said Democratic Gov Herschel Loveless seems com pletely naive in complaining of spying on Russia Russia has the most exten sive spy system of any country in history he said For us to ignore this and not reciprocate as Loveless would have us do would precipitate national dis aster BERGESON WHO has been critical of the spy revelations said lowans should make known whether they approve of United States military flights over Rus sia or other countries Former Lt Gov Nicholas said his program in the race for gov ernor is clear that he will op pose any new taxes that he fa vors legislative reapportionment and that he will holding a constitutional conven tion Nicholas again criticized Schroeder on the sales tax issue saying that the Davenport sena tor voted for the 2V2 per cent rate that was later vetoed The Democrats will make him stand on that record if he is WHERE ALT KAHN DIED Prince Aly Kahn playboy turned diplomat died in the auto at left after it collided with another machine in the center of AP Photofax a suburban highway at Suresnes France Alys chauffeur and girlfriend were not seriously hurt nor was the driver of the other car PRINCE ALY KAHN Victim of crash Aly dies with name of French FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES PARIS Playboy diplomat Prince Aly Kahn died in the crash of his fast sports car Thursday night with the name of a beautiful woman on his lips Aly 48yearold millionaire son of the late Aga Kahn father Russ air chief spurns invite to US of the present Aga ormer husband of Kahn and Rita Hay Iowa tops industrial potential DAVENPORT ranks irst in the country in potential or great industrial expansion The ranking of Iowa in top po sition is made by Fantus an in dustry locating firm of Chicago and New York It describes this state as the sole remaining frontier of un apped industrial potential So tremendous has the interest n Iowa become its report says hat more than 125 industries are currently inspecting sites for plant locations THE SURVEY covers the en collided headon with a French ire state as prospective sedan locations for industry It is based Witnesses said his dying collected Iast year and Three specific areas are given worth was pronounced dead in a Paris hospital shortly before midnight after his expensive car nominated and will certainly call him Sales Tax Jack Nich olas said ews in a utshell THE TREND started more than five years ago when the University of Minnesota switched to a voluntary basic program Meanwhile all three services have moved to make their ROTC programs more palatable to students and educators The Army in February cut back the military instruction in its ROTC curriculum in order to include courses in science psychology communications and political science to the extent of 20 per cent of the military course hours It cleared the way for the new courses by moving some weapons instruction to summer camp periods Both the Navy and the Air Force have studies under way to determine the best possible curriculums for their ROTC pro grams FROM OUB WIRE SERVICES CHICAGO Former President Harry S Tru man has endorsed Sen Stuart Symington D Mo for the Democratic presidential nomination BONN Germany The government an nounced 264 Communist spies were arrested in West Germany during 1959 The disclosure fol lows a statement by So viet Foreign Minister Gromyko that the very concept of espionage con tradicts the policy of the Soviet Union DES MOINES Ed ward Eeiley 38 recently listed among the 10 most wanted men by the FBI is considered a potential suspect in the April 27 holdup of a suburban bank here WASHINGTON Federal Power Commis sioner Arthur Kline swore that an offthe record talk he had with utility lawyer Thomas G Corcoran about a gas pipeline project had no influence at all on his vote in the case DES MOINES The Rt Rev Goidon Smith has been honored here following completion of a decade as Episcopal bishop of Iowa Regents board OKs expanded curriculum FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES COUNCIL BLUFFS The Iowa Board of Regents disre garding strenuous opposition from University of Iowa officials Friday approved the expansion of curriculum at Iowa State University and Iowa State Teachers College This is a matter in which President Virgil Handier of the State University of Iowa at Iowa City has expressed concern that the other two state might encroach on the educa tional prerogatives of SUI The approval which came on split votes by the college govern ing body will enable Iowa State to strengthen its liberal arts of fering and was the beginning of a change of educational scope at Iowa State Teachers Debate on the issues was calmi compared with the charges oi duplication which were raised a month ago Dr Hancher did not offer any objections this Pathfinder atom power project gets approval WASHINGTON UPI The were How is Bettina He was asking about the beautiful French model who has been his constant companion in recent years and who was beside him in the car Aly was at the wheel BETTINA AND Alys Chauf feur who was in the rear seat were not seriously injured in the crash Dressed in a smart green evening gown she was hospital ized for stitches in a head vound exception emphasis They are 1 Cities along the Mississippi River in eastern Iowa 2 Cities bordering the Missouri River in western Iowa 3 The Chicago Complex ter ritory which includes the Quad Cities and its Iowa communities and Bettendorf Two special reasons for indus trys interest in Iowa are the survey said the appropriate po Aly famous for his taste in litical atmosphere which tends women race horses and power ful cars had decided to take the wheel himself for the run from to create good industrial climate on both state and local levels and the states greatest natural Paris to the suburban home of people his brother Prince Sadruddin THE FANTUS survey found A late dinner party was awaiting these other advantages for Iowa m anti Bettma plentiful supply of labor ex The Italianmade car roaredIcellent transportation excellent along a road near the Long champs race track one of Alys favorite haunts as gentleman jockey and thoroughbred owner Just across the Soins River Bridge it met the sedan driven y Frenchman Herve Bichaton time apparently having been reconciled to the defeat The curriculum changes at the two schools approved were Authority for Iowa State to of fer undergraduate majors in English and speech modern for eign language and physical edu cation for women Authorization for Iowa State Teachers College to offer bache lor of arts degrees without re quiring students to qualify as teachers Approval of the Teachers Col lege plan to offer a specialist in education degree for school ad ministrators a degree which would be beyond the masters degree but below that of a docto rate By offering bachelor of arts degrees without requiring teachers certificates the school las moved out of the onepur lose institution class into a lib eral arts college status Only the request by Iowa State to offer the physical education degree for women passed with out an opposition vote AEC Friday announced that it has issued a permit to North Aly whose son was desig nated Aga Khan IV on the death of the third Aga Khan in 1057 was noted for his love of fast horses beautiful women and powerful racing cars After he was passed over as head of 20000000 Moslems scattered through Asia and sites and favorable location to ward the market On nearly all these factors the report said Iowa scored tops On one or two only did other states get as much as a tie for first The industries expressing in terest in Iowa represent a diver sified crosssection of manufac turing On the inside CHANCE of RAIN Result of spy plane incident WASHINGTON i iua r ij 45 52 Variable cloudiness scattered light showers Sat urday highs 7278 Iowa Partly cloudy and warm er Friday night chance of scattered light showers west lows 4555 Variable cloudi ness scattered light showers Saturday not so warm north west highs 7282 Further out cloudy scattered showers Sunday and turning Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average near normal Fri day night through next Wed nesday Warm at beginning of period turning cooler the first of next week then a little warmer by Wednesday After noon highs will be in the lower 70s Overnight lows will be in the upper 40s Rainfall will average 50 to 75 of an inch in scattered showers Minnesota Warmer scattered rain Highs Saturday 7585 GlobeGazette weather data up o 8 a m Friday Maximum coolerjStates itime Th the United States because of the American spy plane incident Friday called off a visit to this country by its air force chief Chief Air Marshal K A Ver shinin who was due to arrive Saturday to be a guest at US military demonstrations in formed the Pentagon that it would be more appropriate to postpone my visit to the United until a more suitable 72 Minimum Balloon satellite try fails CAPE CANAVERAL Fla raised new doubts here as to whether President Eisen hower would be welcome in Russia on his proposed good will mission there in June How c v e r diplomatic authorities said it was not necessarily a sign that Premier Nikita Khrushchev would ask Eisen hower to delay or cancel his journey ern States Power Co MmneapoAfd he hs for construction of a to th ljf f diplomat 110000 nuclear power reactorjgs Pakistani ambassacfor to Sioux Falls S D The 66000 kilowatt reactor known as the Pathfinder will be designed and built by the the United Nations Only Wed nesday the Argentine govern ment accepted him as Pakis tans envoy to Buenos Aires AllisChalmers Manufacturing Co Milwaukee BUT HE RETAINED his in The cost estimatelterest in cafe society and horse North Iowa News Page 3 Editorials 4 Clear Lake News 5 Society News 56 North Iowa Features 9 Sports 1112 Latest Markets 14 Mason City News 1415 Comics 16 CubGazette 17 KHRUSHCHEV might hava postponed the Soviet air mar shuls trip be cause it would have been em barrassing do mestically it was said So v i e t authori ties would have had to explain w h y heir top air i orce man was talking in riendly fashVershinin i o n with American military hiefs who were involved in sending spy flights over the So viet Union Some diplomats expect Khrushchev to milk all the prop United States tried butiaganda he can from the espion failed Friday in an effort to sailage plane incident but to stop a giant balloon satellite into orishort of asking Eisenhower to bit around the earth as a reflec tor for longrange radio waves The experiment called Project this year Its ultimate aim is a put off his trip In another development Fri day Norway formally protested Echo will be tried again later to the United States against Pilot Ptwers reported plan to procession of 100foot aluminumland his plane in Norway after coated plastic spheres circlingflying across Russia would include research and de velopment plant equipment and and costs The boiling water reactor will be located at a site about racing and continued driving his expensive cars as close to IOWAN KILLED BLAIR Neb UPI Lura Irene Miller 40 Rippey Iowa was killed instantly Thursday the planet as dependable back boards for worldwide communi cation signals THE BALLOON collapsed in side a magnesium ball got off to an apparently good start at am from this jmissile test station on the nose of a towering ThorDelta rocket The aim was to eject the balloon and inflate it at orbit level 100 miles an hour as he could whcn struck by a trajn ncar Aly had been married In 1936 he was wed to Joan it JLWWVJ Utj tYCIO tW UVJtllJ miles northeast of Sioux Falls YardeBuller Guinness daughj Northern States serves parts of Lcf of Lord churston and for Wisconsin Minnesota and North and South Dakota The Pathfinder project will be part of the commissions power demonstration reactor program The reactor is expected to be completed by early 1962 The Interstate Power Co is one of a number of utility com panies cooperating with North ern States in the project GROWTH CONTINUES WASHINGTON UPI There were 2632000 more births than deaths in the US during 1959 mer wife of Noel Guinness of the brewing family She bore him two sons The eldest Karim the present leader of the Isrnaili Moslems and a student at Harvard University In 1949 Aly married Miss Auto accident injuries fatal to Mason City girl Hayworth They remained married for four hectic years during which they separated and reconciled several times and traveled widely He had a daughter by that marriage Yasmin now 8 ExDemo chairman given fine CEDAR RAPIDS OP Robert The Russians have alleged that was the pilots intention but officials have cast doubt on that without saying where the pilot was supposed to land PAKISTAN DISCLOSED plans to lodge a protest with this country if it confirms Russian reports that the plane took off from a base in Pakistan Ill JU OL VJ1U11 j Ground observers saw the developments raised ond stage rocket take over ini doubts as to how far the United the sky some three minutes later but contact was soon lost 3WVS States would be able to go through with its announced plans to continue intelligence flights THE NASA SAID the firstiover Soviet territory stage burned correctly and the The case of the spy flight second stage also performedseems certain to figure impor very well but trouble set injtantly in the summit conference after the second stage burned opening in Paris Monday It is out During a long coasting perjbelieved here that Khrushchev iod at that stage the position of I may likely demand that the U the rocket was to be controlledS promise to stop its spy flights by small jets About half wayi over Russia through the coasting period reSecretary of State Herter flew ports showed these control jets into Paris to prepare for the failed to operate jstart of the summit conference Davenport up S E Iowa census swells DAVENPORT UPI Marlys Ann Price 11 daughter of Mr and Mrs Ed win Price 915 8th NE died Friday morning at an Iowa City hospital from injuries re ceived in an auto accident Monday near Marcngo She was injured whcn the car in which she was riding with her mother collided with a school bus at the junction of US fi and Iowa 212 Mrs Price who also was in jured is in fair condition with head injuries and fractured ribs The mother was taking her daughter to Iowa City for checkup and treatment of a condition left by polio Funeral arrangements are incomplete The Patterson James Funeral Chapel is in charge Connct former Linn County trict Census Director William Democratic chairman convicted of soliciting funds for political purposes from Cedar Rapids liquor store employes was fined S200 in District Court Thursday Connet was one of three persons arrested on like charges Wall former Democratic county vice chairman previously had been fined on her plea of guilty Richard Topinka manager of a liquor store at the time of the alleged solicitations w a s charged but has not been brought to trial Bunch Friday released pre liminary 1960 population fig ures for three counties with Scott County showing a whop p i n g 13 per cent rise and Johnson County up almost 17 per cent A third county Muscatine also showed an increase of al most 5 per cent over 1950 The three counties brought fo 67 the number of prelimi nary county reports Of these 45 counties h a v shown de creases in population while 22 have shown increases Overall the preliminary fig ures for the 67 counties gave Iowa an overall increase of 40954 in population with sev eral large cities including Des Moines Cedar Rapids Sioux City Dubuque and Clin ton yet to report The 1960 population for the 67 counties reporting was 1613982 com pared with 1573023 in 1950 The Scott County figures showed a population boom Scott County population to taled 118737 up 13039 from Davenports population climbed to 88660 up 14111 from 1950 a n J Bettendorft population more than doubled climbing from 5132 to 11557 an increase of 6425 Johnson Countys 1960 pop ulation totaled 53387 an in crease of 7631 Iowa Citys population rose to 33395 an increase of 6183 Muscatine County counted 33692 residents up 1544 The city of also showed an increase climb ing to 20705 up 1664   

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