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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 3, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for Hit Htmt MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors HOME EDITION Motor City Dollar Days rjlay Friday Saturday VOL Associated Press and United Press Internationa Ful Lease Wires MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY AUGUST 3 1960 7o a Copy Paper of Four No 254 Katanga vows to resist troo Blast of wind drops humidity M jff lowans some relief fromthe heat and humidity here but for the present keep the fans rolling and th air conditioners humming Thats in effect the Weather Bureaus word fo the day A cool front entered the northwest corner of th state early Wednesday and should move across the en tire State by Thursday morning Gingerly mentioning that Tuesdays highs rangec up to 101 degrees at Sioux City marking the first 100 degree mark in the state this summer the Weathe Bureau put emphasis on a fore cast of highs from near 90 in th northwest to theupper 90s the southeast Others of Tuesdays highs in eluded Des Moines 97 Lamoni Mason City Spencer and Bur lington 93 and at cool 88 degrees Business and the i K j youngster Vast expansion for Junior Achievement idea By ROBERT PAGE DES MOINES UPI Junio Achievement the project which teaches young Americans age 1519 the workings of the frei enterprise system has charted a twofold expansion program in Iowa Junior Achievement mor commonly called J A is an actual laboratory of business in which youth boys and girl alike gain personal downto experience in the sara bedrock business problems tha stare every American Enter preneur in the face It was a Springfield Mass businessman whose foresigh launched J A He was the late Horace A Moses MOSES WAS president of the Strathmore Paper Co when he organized his iirst J A com pany in 1919 Since that time Junior Achievement has grown probably beyond Moses fines dreams Today there are 139 Junior Achievement centers in the na tion five of them in Iowa with a membership Bearing the 60 000 mark Junior Achievement first came to Iowa in 1949 at Fort Madison Since then it has leaped across the state to Des Moines Mason City Davenport and Fort Dodge Because of the wide acknowl edgement these five J A cen ters have received other Iowa communities have expressed a desire to learn more about the program in hopes of establish ing J A centers LAURENCE C MILSTEAD who directs the states largest Junior Achievement center here mapped the expansion program in Iowa to include Cedar Rapids Sioux City Waterloo Burlington and Iowa City A Junior Achievement pro gram runs simultaneously with the local school calendar After the centers membership is de termined the boys and girls are split up into groups This is the first step toward becoming J A company The center assigns three ad visers to each company one each for production sales and accounting The advisers are drawn from the communitys pool of businessmen FIRST ORDER of business for a newly formed J A com pany is to elect officers select the product or service they wish to produce promote merchan dise or distribute Operating on an eightmonth cycle the young people after electing officers and determining the product then SeU shares in their company and use this working capital to buy and process raw materials Set up production lines plan sales and distribution programs Pay salaries commissions rent for work space taxes div idends to stockholders when their firm shows a profit Liquidate the company at the end of the school year and is sue stockholder reports This way each Junior Achiev er travels the exciting but rocky road of a business organization in a business in miniature company THE COOL FRONT hit Ma son City during the night with a blast of wind from the west giving welcome relief to thos1 trying to get some sleep in the hot muggy solitude There was no rain locally but Oelwein re ported a halfinch Southern Minnesota however was hard hit Most of the dam age was reported at Rochester Albert Lea and Austin Gusts of winds up to 80 miles per hour occurred at Rochester along with 79 of an inch of rain A considerable number ot trees and power lines are down in the communities At Roches ter a downtown store window was blown in and the main en trance to the fair grounds was blown down POLICE AND firemen were patrolling streets warning peo pie not to touch downed power lines Parts ol Rochester were without power for short periods Television station KROC a Rochester was off the air be cause of the storm At Albert Lea two sections oi town were without power for a time Station KATE was off the air for two because of a power failure Authorities at Austin report thunderstorm withwinds up o 60 miles an hour tipped over three aircraft at the airport One plane was demolished Ra dio station KQAQ was off the air for a while A falling tree smashed a parked car From rockets to toy trains for Medaris NEW YORK S Maj Gen John B Medaris former head of the Army rocket and guided missile program Wednesday jecame president of a toy train manufacturing company Lionel orp announced Medaris new position He also was elected a director Lionel has been with out a president since last Octo ber INJURIES ARE FATAL DES MOINES UPI Pearl Worley 65 Santa Ana Calif died in a hospital Tuesday of injuries received in a cartruck accident July 26 ADOPTING THREE AT A TIME Mr and Mrs James E Fornero pose outside a Los Angeles courtroom with the blueeyed triplet boys who officially joined the Fornero family Fornero and AP Photofas his wife both 45 left the court with tearstained smiles after adoption of Richard Robert center and George was approved They adopt triplets boys yet After 25 LOS ANGELES you think one small child can up set the lives of longchildless couples wait till you hear this These folks adopted trip lets For 25 years Mr and Mrs James E Fornero lived their quiet lives without the patter of little feet They slept late on days off dined instead of ate and planned their trips for two Then zowie Overnight everything changed They got a family in one fell swoop three blond blue eyed boys still in diapers Bottles to fix diapers to wash pajamas to mend dia pers to wash That says Mrs Fornero gives only a hint of what hap pened to their wellordered ways when Richard Robert and George moved in Dont bother to gloat that theyll find out They already the last 15 months The Forneros not only sur vived they loved it Were walking on Cloud Nine Mrs Fornero exulted after they got their final adop tion papers in court Tuesday Its just wonderful The youngsters now 2Vz were put up for adoption by a mother whose husband had deserted her Fornero is an electronics company execu tive He and his wife are 45 They live in suburban North ridge Iowa Partly cloudy with scattered showers or thunder storms and cooler Wednesday night and Thursday Lows Wednesday night 60 to 66 Highs Thursday 82 to 86 owa Partly cloudy Wednesday night and Thursday with scattered showers or thunder storms east and extreme south Cooler Wednesday night and east and south Thursday Low Wednesday night 60 north to 70 south High Thursday in the 80s Outlook for Friday Scattered thundershowers and continued warm iveday Iowa Temperatures will average 5 to 8 degrees below normal Thursday through next Monday It wil be cool at the beginning of th period warming by the week end and cooler the first o next week Afternoon highs will be from 80 to 85 degrees and overnight lows from 56 to 62 Rainfall will average abou 25 of an inch in scatterec showers and thunderstorms Minnesota A little cooler High Thursday 88 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Wednesday Maximum 93 Minimum 65 At 8 am 72 On the inside 2 Minute Mystery Page 3 Clear Lake News 4 Society News 15U17 Editorials 22 Sports 2728 Latest Markets 42 Mason City News4243 Comics 44 North Iowa News 45 SAME ews in a utshell FROM CUE WIRE SEKVICUS WASHINGTON RB47 reconnaissance planes will fly overhead in salute Thursday when Maj Willard G Palm whose RB47 was shot down by the Russians July 1 is buried at Ar lington Cemetery NEWPORT R I President Eisenhower will wind up his vacation and return to Washing ton Sunday UNITED NATIONS N Y The Soviet bloc campaigned for a general boycott of the 82nation U N Disarmament Com mission meeting asked by the United States for Aug 15 NEWPORT R I President Eis e n h o w e r greeted th6 newly inde pendent republic of Niger in Africa formerly a French colony HYANNIS PORT Mass Walter P Reu ther president of the po litically powerful United Auto Workers Union said Sen Lyndon B John A major role for Bunche New move in the Congo EL1ZABETHVILLE Congo Wl Premier Tshombe announced Wednesday his government has ordered mobilization of all able bodied men in Katanga province to oppose the scheduled Satur day entry of a U N force They will have to fight their way in Tshombe told news men after hearing a broadcast of UN SecretaryGeneral Dag Hammarskjolds announcement that UN forces will take over from Belgian soldiers keeping order in this rich mining prov ince in the southeast Congo THE KATANGA radio broad cast orders for all men to re port for mobilization Tshombe said he has support of tribal chiefs in the decision to mo bilize Katanga troops will not fire first and we do not intend any aggression said Tshombe whose government has declared Katangas independence of Pre mier Patrice Lumumbas cen tral Congo government But if UN troops try to land here Tshombe continued thai will be an act of aggres sion and we will oppose it Belgian officials in Elizabeth ville did not take his threat seriously A fact of military life is he does not have the means to put up any real fight Army recruiting is going or steadily one of the Belgian of ficers said but new personnel have to be trained and they cer tainly will not be ready to fight the UN troops THE PREMIER said he had not been officially informed of the decision to send UN troops to Katanga announced in Leo poldvillc Tuesday night by Ham marskjold after the Belgian gov ernment agreed to pull its troops in Katanga back to their base camp Tshombe said he also had no notification from the Belgians of their change of heart However Tshombe said he would welcome the arrival ol UN Undersecretary Ralph J Bunche being sent by Hammar skjold to Elisabethville Friday 0 arrange the entry of the UN troops The Premier said he wanted to discuss his govern ments position with Bunche The UN announcement stunned the white population of Slisabethville which had re turned to normal pursuits under the protection of Belgian troops But despite earlier talk ol a mass flight when UN troops ordered in there was no sign of any exodus Johnson trying to fool farmers Miller maintains SPIRIT LAKE Sen Jack Miller Sioux City Repub lican candidate for the US Sen ate has criticized Democratic vice presidential candidate Sen Lyndon Johnson for trying to fool the farmers Lyndon Johnson and his Democratic followers are trying to fool the farmers by telling them the surplus problem can Chose Nixons plane Cabbie held in hoax WASHINGTON FBI agents in Reno Nev Wednes day arrested a taxicab driver on a charge that he falsely ported a bomb had been concealed on Vice President Richard M Nixons westward bound campaign plane Nixon Mrs Nixon and their party are using a United Air lines charter flight on their present trip to Hawaii which mada a stop at Reno Tuesday before departure for Los Angeles Agents traced the bomb scare to Leonard Dale Sage 34 who was taken into custody at his home Sage was described as a former professional wrestler under the name of Johnnie Savage Shortly before the Reno takeoff a man approached flight personnel and said Your airplane is not going out today just put a bomb on it The man then drove away from the airport in a cab The takeoff was delayed slightly to permit a thorough search of the plane and luggage which disclosed no bomb Elma driver latest victim OSAGE James M Schmclzer 30 Elma Wednesday b came the third person to lose his life in a traffic accident this year at a Tcounty road intersection southeast of here Authorities said Schmelzers car missed the intersection struck an embankment and crashed on into a cornfield There were no signs oC skid marks and officials said his brakes might have failed He died of a fractured skull and broken neck Sheriff Duke Angcll said Only last week Father Leo Logan 49 New Hampton was killed when his car crashed into an embankment at the inter jection The third fatality volving Francis Brannon Elma occurred in February All three Mitchell County traf fiC deaths this year have oc curred at the intersection County Road Engineer Clif ford Goplcrud said he could see no reason for the acci dents o happen at the cor ner He said the Tjunction is well marked and several signs give advance warning of the intersection The intersection is located nine miles east and three miles Hector Trujillo resigns office CIUDAD TRUJILLO Domini can Republic Hector Trujillo presented his irrevocable resignation to a joint session of the Dominican Congress Wednesday on grounds his failing health did not permit him to continue in office The 90man legislative body immediately designated a Uirce man commission to visit the president and ask him to recon sider but Trujillo reiterated hat his decision was irrevo cable south of here Schmelzer was the son of Jack Schmelzer Elma He had been working on a farm west of Elma Also surviving are two brothers Paul and Francis Ox Trujillo brother of strong manifoni Iowa and two sisters Rafael L Trujillo has John Mildred Murphy chief of stale since 1952 and Mrs Louis Helen Ludwig present fiveyear term expires both of Riceville Funeral arrangements are in complete at the Conway Funer al Home Elma in 1962 Official in Castro government flees KEY WEST Fla Wl Raul million shopping center will be Chivas treasurer of the on a 30acre tract at west edge of Burlington it was announced Tuesday The center NEW SHOPPING CENTER BURLINGTON tf A S3 revolution and railroad admin istrator in Fidel Castros govern ment has fled to the United States and political asylum He arrived in Key West Tuesday aboard a 17foot boat will be developed by Percy Wil son Investment Co Chicago and will be known as the Fair way Center FLED COMMUNIST NORTH KOREA Second Lieut ChungNakHyun left a North Korean air force cadet who fled to South Korea in a Russian built MIG because he wanted free dom poses for photographers at Seoul AP Photofax airport with Lt Gen Kim Shin leader of the ROK air force General Kim met the youth at TaipoRi 40 miles south of the truce line where he landed the jet while supposedly on a training flight 1 LJJWH 1 Ixlllr tJ 141 MO son has wonthe right to jbe by giving it away t o underdeveloped na tions Miller told the Dickin son County Council of Republi can Women Tuesday Iowa farmers dont want a representative of the cotton farming interest coming up here to tell us how to handle our ag riculture Miller said GOP reelects Verne R Martin DES MOINES M Verne R Martin Newton has been re elected chairman of the Repub lican State Central Committee Irene Laverty Indianola was elected vice chairman of the committee at its meeting Tues day She succeeds Bess Cow den Sidney who resigned this summer have organized labors support for election as vice president Vast civilian air exercise Sept 10 WASHINGTON UPI The government appealed Wednes day for thesupport and under standing of the airlines plane passengers andprivate pilots during the North American air defense Sky Shield exercise whichwill ground all nonmili tary planes for six hours next month The exercise will ground all commercial and private planes from midnight to 6 am CST Sept 10 The FAA said 1000 commercial flights and 700 private planes normally were in the air between hours Ihose AP Photofax NIXON CHEERED AT HOME TOWN Vice President Richard Nixon and his wife Pat ride past a cheering crowd in the football stadium at Nix ons home town of Whittier Calif as the Republi can presidential candidate arrived for a speech Po lice estimated a crowd of 16000 was present to greet Whittiers favorite son He flew to Hawaii Wednesday to officially open his campaign I   

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