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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 22, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors VOL 98 Associated and United Press International Full Lease Wires MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JULY 22 1960 7o a Copy Paper of Two No 244 UN hears ch arge Slang has quite a heritage Shooin That can be used to describe Nixon By DOC QUIGG NEW YORK is a shooin As of next week it probably will be Richard M Nixon ac cording to the political experts For the Republican presidential nomination that is Its right here in the new slang dictionary Shooin Any probable winner of a sporting event or contest of any kind one favored or expected to win easily a winner Amid all the yacketyyak and booptydo in Chicago next week there probably will be a good deal of yawp about fixing and rigging in Los An geles but the experts will tell you the GOP nomination is cut and dried Most Americans will recognize all the slang here except yawp IN 1835 to yawp was to talk loudly The word was obsolete by 1910 the year 23 skiddoo began hitting the skids as a fad expression When Harry S Truman said he didnt like a fixed conven tion meaning the Democratic one in Los Angeles he prob ably didnt mean it would have a result predetermined by bribery but rather that it was unfair Those are the two definitions HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN This road ster from the 1920s is just standing in its parking place with not a single roar for the Roaring 20s The crowds on downtown Mason City streets are something else however as they mill around the sidewalk displays Julys hot weather brought them downtown early for the opening of the Friday and Saturday celebration The sidewalks were full of people before the stores opened at 9 am CHANCE of RAiN LEOPOLDVTLLE Congo is no longer any need for Soviet of fixed in the justpublished dictionary of American slang A rich and racy collection of more than 20000 examples of bones dice with which Chaucer slanged it up in 1386 and beat it go away scram which was used by Shakespeare Former President Truman may be interested to know that on the same page where fixed is defined there also occurs a term that leaped to prominence during his last ad ministration five percenter THE WORD whooping does not appear nor does get a horse Nobody cares about the latter nowadays but without the former many political writers would have to throw in the sponge Americans have been going the whole hog since 1830 getting a wiggle on since 1900 letting George do it since at least 1920 and not knowing from nothing since the 1930s Some of them have been getting tight as a tick drum lord owl goat mink brassiere tenday drunk since the 1920s And starting in 1824 theyve been knowing people since they were kneehigh to a mosquito frog bumblebee toad splin ter grasshopper hoptoad toad frog or The mosquito usage is the oldest but the learned dictionary adds Kneehigh to a grasshopper is now the most common Premier Patrice Lumumba ex pressed thanks to the United Nations Friday for its quick ac tion in the Congo and said there ews m a 1 utshei FROM DUE WISE SERVICES NEWPORT R I A White House spokesman said he had not heard of a report that Russia and East Germany may be preparing a military move against West Ber lin within 30 days AND WHILE WERE m the Ks you might consider the re markable sectional use of kiss off in advertising movie tele vision and radio circles In New York The Califor a kissoff or the Hollywood kiss means notice without warning of dis missal from a job In Los An geles the sarac treatment is called the New York kiss Americans have been raising cain since around 1840 and kicking the bucket since 1758 Kilroy is obsolete Shoofly 1893 stands quaintly beside shook up Oh fudge extremely mild expression of disappoint its getting late so well just say so long by colloq since about 1850 prob from Arabic salaam and the Hebrew and dont forget your it may cloud up and rain pitch forks darning needles chicken coops cats and dogs hammer STATEMENTS TAKEN LOS ANGELES Ingstatements began Friday in the second murder trial of Dr K Bernard Finch and Carole Tregoff NEWPORTR I President Eisenhowers call for resumption of disarmament talks to re duce war risk was re ported today to be part of U S stiategy aimed at putting the Soviet Un ion on the defensive MOSCOW The Com munist party newspaper Pravda reported that giant dust storms sweep ing across southern areas of the Soviet Union last spring destroyed millions of acres of crops HYANNIS PORT Mass Former New York Gov Averell Har riman assured Sen John Kennedy that Democrats in New York will be united in support of him for president despite the military aid He spoke at a news confer ence shortly before his sched uled departure for conferences at the United Nations in New York He was commenting specifically on adoption of a Se curity Council resolution urging Belgium to speed up withdraw al of its soldiers from the Con go Lumumba for days has been insisting that unless Belgians quit the country he would ask that Soviet soldiers be sent in FRIDAY IN AN abrupt change from his mood of recent days the Premier offered a split m there party ranks Cuba seizes sugar mills HAVANA ffl The Cuban government announced officially Friday it has seized three mills belonging to the Cuban Ameri can Sugar Mill Co An intervention order signed by Prime Minister Fidel Castra said the action was taken for the protection of workers and the national industry The decree accused the Amer ican company of failing to liqui date its obligations to suppliers leaving thousands of Cuban growers in a state of cane ruin Experts estimate the two in Cubas eastern Oriente province and one near Havana a total value including adjoining land million of nearly hand of friendship to Belgium asserting it was the Belgians who built this country At the same time he demand ed immediate of Belgian Ambassador Jean van den Bosch saying his actions and reports had resulted in the sending of Belgian soldiers into the country In renouncing action by the Soviet Union Lumumba said he was motivated by the fact the Security Council resolution is being carried out effectively and particularly by Secretary eneral Dag Hammarskjolds refusal to recognize the prov ince of Katanga as a separate state Lumumba said he is very hap py about tne way the situation in he Congo is being stabilized He insisted however that Bel gian soldiers must return to Bel gium and their Congo bases at lamina and Kitona must be evacuated SENDING IN Belgian soldiers he said was a flagrant viola tion of the Congos treaty of friendship with Belgium But he added We consider the Bel gians as our friends He appealed to Belgians anc other European residents to re North Iowa Partly cloudy anc cooler and Sat urday with chance of widely scattered thundersh o w e r s Lows Friday night 6570 and highs Friday 8388 Iowa Partly cloudy chance of widely scattered thundershow ers Friday night and Satur day Cooler north Friday night lows upper 60s north to around 70 south Cooler north and central Saturday highs in the 80s Further outlook Sunday partly cloudy and mild Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average about 5 degrees above normal west to near normal east Saturday through next Wednesday Afternoon SUFFOCATE IN FREEZER BIG LAKE Minn UPI Dennis Hufstedler 3 and his sister Caroline 4 suffocated in an unused lere Thursday reezer main on their jobs in the Congo so the new nation may be brought out of the chaos into which antiwhite demonstration plunged it The Congo now faces grave food shortages and mass unemployement Government circles in Brussels indicated the Belgian govern ment still planned to pull the troops back to Belgiums two military bases in the Congo and not pull them out of the country These sources said the resolution did not call for total withdrawal from the Congo and pointed out it did not mention the bases which Belgium retained under a friendship and assistance treaty she signed with the new Congo government when independence was granted highs will be from 85 to 90 de grees in the east and near 90 in the west Overnight lows will be from near 65 in the east to near 70 in the west It will be cool at the begin ning of the period but warm er by the first of nexf week Rainfall will average 50 of an inch in showers and thun derstorms the the period first part of Minnesota Fair and cooler Highs Saturday in 80s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Friday Maximum Minimum 91 69 Wives of 6 airmen look on Tirade by Russians UNITED NATIONS N Y UP Soviet Union went before the UN Security Council Fri day with another slashing attack on the United States charging deliberate violation of Soviet borders by American spy planes The attack was expected to touch off a major cold war clash with the United States which will reply Monday President Eisenhower in structed U S Ambassado lenry Cabot Lodge to hit bac lard in accordance with Wasl ngtons tough new line towar Soviet threats and accusations ONE OF THE Kremlins to diplomats Deputy Foreign Min ster Vasily V Kuznetsov wa to deliver a detailed allafter noon speech which Soviet sourc es said would conclude with demand for condemnation of th United States as an aggressor The Soviet complaint to th Council was titled New ag iressive acts by the Air Fore f the United States against th Soviet Union creating a threa o universal peace The complaint grew out o he shooting down of a US RB47 reconnaissance plane ove he Barents Sea by a Soviet je ightcr July 1 The Soviet Union charged that the aircraft wa Dver Soviet waters on an espio nage mission THE RUSSIANS are holdin wo qf the planes six crewmen and are expected to try them as spies The Russians re overed the body of the planes Hot and the other three crew men are missing The United States claims the lane was surveying magnetic nes of force in arctic water or mapping and was shot down ver international waters The tate Department said it was ever closer than 30 miles to ic Soviet shores Washington experts said the US might have to disclose a closelyguarded secret to sub stantiate the US position that the plane was well outside ter ritorial limits The wives of all six US Air On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 67 Clear Lake News 7 Mascn City News89 Latest Markets 9 Sports 1112 North Iowa Features15 Comics 16 Band Features 17 North Iowa News 20 TV Guide Pullout Section Force men shot down by the Russians July 1 witnessed the debate on the incident as guests of UN Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge Four flew here from their Air Force quarters at Forbes AFB Kan including the tearful wife of the jet re connaissance planes pilot whose body is expected to be handed back by the Russians in Moscow Monday Plastic bag fatal to Muscatine tot MUSCATINE Fow ler 10 months suffocated at her iome Thursday night and Cor oner E E Peters said Friday AP Photofaz WIVES OF AIRMEN DOWNED BY RUSSIA i Wives of four U S Air Force officers shot down by the Russians pose at New Yorks LaGuardia airport on arrival to attend United Nations debate on tha plane incident From left are Mrs Eugene E Posa Santa Monica Calif Mrs John R McKone Tonga noxie Kan Mrs Willard G Palm Oak Ridge Tenn and Mrs Oscar L Goforth Sardis Okla The Soviet Union says it is holding McKone prisoner and that Palms body has been found Goforth and Posa are missing Stripper in protest A cold night in jail ST LOUIS Iff Judge Rodney Weiss said Thursday it was reprehensible and barbaric to ail stripper Clarise Annjell overnight in the nude He dismissed charges of performing a lewd act resisting arrest and disturbing the peace filed against the dancer The city will appeal Clarise 27 was dragged away screaming and kicking from her night club act by three detectives Wednesday night Tha detectives carried her off the paddy wagon clad only in feather here and there and handcuffs At the station house a matron took the costume for evi dence Then Clarise wearing only spike heeled shoes was clapped into a cell Clarise refused to accept her street clothing from a matron But 12 hours later faced with the prospect of wearing a baggy white smock into court she finally accepted her clothes and dressed there would be no inquest The NationaFs price at hun WASHINGTON UPI The United States Friday accused Soviet diplomat of arranging to photograph Navy installations and intelligence targets in this country and demanded his im mediate departure The State Department said Petr Y Ezhov third secretary at the Soviet Embassy here paid a commercial photographer more than for intelligence information including aerial photographs of American cities The photographer was not identified The State Department said Ezhov paid for flying lessons or the unidentified photographer and offered to buy him a plane so he could carry out systematic aerial reconnais sance photography Officials said US government agents have been watching Ez hovs a c ti v i t i e s for many months They said investigation dis today to the highest level in 37 jclosed similar activities by Com Wholesale price of sugar hiked again NEW YORK ffi The whole ale price of sugar was raised years The National Sugar Re fining Co of New York second largest domestic refiner of cane sugar increased the price 30 cents a hundred pounds for all grades and all types of deliver ies The change is effective Sat urday The boost second in little more than a month puts girl Mr and Mrs Larry Slopes found the infant in the living room with a plastic bag pulled over her head FISHER DIES DETROIT Mich ffi Joseph Singapore Joe Fisher 74 who built a fortune out of a chain of movie theaters in the Orient died Thursday of a heart attack hit S980 NEW TYPHOON TOKYO UPI The US military island bastion of Oki nawa appeared Friday to be in the path of Typhoon Polly bear ing northward over the Pacifi ocean with winds of up to 132 milesanhour j Motive still missing in slaying of physician atDubuque DUBUQUE motive behind the strange slaying of Dr Edward Eoy Bartels whose body was found in an Illinois farm field 10 miles east of here was still being sought Friday Local authorities said there were blank spots in the probe of Federal Bureau of Investi gation agents which led to the capture of a Michigan ex convict at Birmingham Ala Wednesday night Victor Harry Fegucr 25 who faces a federal charge of kidnaping h er e was brought into US District Court at Birmingham late Thursday and charged with unlawful flight from Dubuque in the 32yearold doctors 1959 Rambler car Feguer was raigned on the kidnap charge in the south ern city Friday but it was be lieved that would be just a step in the FBI investigation of the case The federal men have been silent on whether Feguer made any statement Police Chief Percy Lucas said that Bartels whose wife is expecting a fourth chiJd was apparently a total stranger to a man who had summoned him by telephone on the night of July 11 on what was supposed to have been a sick call Dr Bartels was believed to have been carrying only abou and whether there were drugs in his satchel that an assailant might want has not been cleared up Why was Dr Bartels called instead of some other phy sician Investigators said that an answer mighl be that his name was near the top of the list in the yellow pages of the telephone book At what time did the slayer put a bullet through the doc tors head and leave him fully clothed in a cornfield Police said indications were that it must have been a ter rifying ride in the little Rambler car over a 10mile stretch of Highway 20 and down a rural road to the Ar thur Avcrkamp farm in Illi nois They said the killer may have been looking for a spot to dispose of his victim and probably shot Dr Bartels in the back of the head as the bullet appeared to have come through one of his eyes Federal agents had identi field Feguer as the Sam New man who had rented a room in an area from where the ficitious sick call came They also said Feguer who got out of the Michigan state prison only last April cashed in phony checks at Du buquc stores the day of the doctors disappearance Dr Bartels medical bag and a 380 automatic were still in the Rambler when FBI men said Feguer tried to sell it ata used car lot in Birm ingham The suspicious lot owner who had seen an FBI circular on the doctors car managed to call officers before Feguer got away Feguer did not resist arrest But FBI Agent Clarence Kel ley at Birmingham said Feguer told agents later that if they hadnt come up on him fast and if he hadnt had somebody with him they would have had it out right then and there rnandcr Vladimir Glinsky for mer assistant naval attache at the embassy who left the US some time ago Glinsky apparently set up the operation they said and Ezhov took over after he left State Department officials would not say what if any action is being taken against the pho tographer The US previously has ex pelled at least 10 Soviet diplo mats in similar cases U S freighter stopped by Russia NEW YORK skipper of an American freighter reports that an armed Soviet patrol ves sel stopped his ship July 7 in the North Pacific about 350 miles from the Soviet Kurile Islands The incident disclosed Thursday was termed by ad miralty lawyers a violation of international law The ship in volved was the Ocean Eva a 10370ton C3 carrying wheat from Portland Ore to India SAME DATEW5934I   

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