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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 6, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the CITY The VOL 98 newspaper that makes all North I owans neighbors Associated Press and United Press International Full Lease Wires MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY AUGUST 6 1960 7c Copy Paper of Two One No 2JT Charles Cityan ies in crash CHARLES CITY Danny Michael Dickhoff 17 Charles City Saturday became the first auto fatality in Floyd County in an accident a halfmile north car struck of Floyd j across US Dickhoff was riding in a car driven by Larry Montgomery 18 son of Mr and Mrs John Edwin Montgomery Floyd The a cow Highway careened 218 j Teaching the art i3 j of geisha By PATRICIA RYAN New York Herald Tribune1 News Service NEW YORK A lady lawyer has a movement under way that could drastically change Amer icas cultural pattern and en dear its womenfolk to men throughout the world The lovely barrister plans to start a school patterned on the Japanese geisha method that would teach American women to be serene relaxed and to de velop a concept of the art of serving man The school which Bernice Turkewitz has about six months away from reality is being backed principally by a young investment broker in Washing ton D C who considers the re vamping of American women jhood a public service The young man understandably wants to remain nameless until he discovers whether or not the feminine legions of this nation consider the school an oppor tunity or an affront smashed into a parked truck just after midnight Dickoff died instantly of a broken neck Montgomery was hospitalized at the Cedar Valley and Hospital Charles City He is reported in satisfactory condi tion with chest injuries ations and concussion lacer North Iowa Occasional show ers and thunderstorms Satur day night and Sunday Chance of locally heavy rain fall amounts Saturday night No important temperature change Highs Sunday in low er 80s Lows Saturday night mid 60s Iowa Scattered thunderstorms Saturday night and Sunday Locally heavy rainfall likely Saturday night Little change in temperatures Lows Sat urday night generally in the 60s Highs Sunday in the 80s Outlook for Monday Scat tered thunderstorms with sea sonal temperatures Minnesota Showers little temperature change High Sunday ground 80 Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 am Saturday THE TRUCK which had been left there when it became dis abled belongs to the Jay W Craig Co Minneapolis and Sheffield According to sheriffs officers who investigated the accident it was parked well off the highway The cow which was thrown feet from the point of impact belonged to Howard Lovik rural Floyd The two boys were graduated from Charles City High School this spring They were both em ployed at the HeckmanRey nolds Co here They were re turning from the Mitchell County Fair at Osage when the accident occurred FUNERAL services for Danny Dickhoff will be Monday at 9 am at the Immaculate Conception Church here with burial in the Calvary Cemetery GrossmannHage Funeral Home is in charge Surviving are his mother Mrs Donald Dickhoff three brothers David Charles and William and two sisters Mrs James Bluhm and Mrs Donald Herman all of Charles City His father died last November THE CREATION of such an institution whether an affront to the American woman or not takes an indirect sideswipe at her male counterpart While the system would teach women the art of grace for the sake of grace and not the artistry of grace for the sake of success its results would also be a training of American men in the art of appreciation The men of this country have a mistaken idea of geisha Miss Turkewitz flatly stated The whole concept of this art is peace and beauty However here since many men think it means something they learned in the Army we may not use the name at all But fehe school will use subtle persuasion to distract American women away from materialism This materialism isnt entire ly the fault of the female Amer ican males prove their status Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 76 62 69 20 83 70 FRIEND OR FOE Raul Chibas 44 bearded for mer Cuban Revolutionary Army major and railroad administrator fled to Key West Florida this week in a 17foot outboard boat talks with newsmen At left is his wife Dalia a bride of two months Chi AP Photofax bas and his wife have been granted political asylum in this country Chibas presided at some of the post Revolution trials and some proUS Cubans claim he merely is an undercover agent for Premier Castro Congress reopens Monday jagB g Thieves get up to at store NEW HAMPTON Thieves took to S2000 in cashi and checks and a safe from the S S Firestone Store The theft was discovered when the store was opened Sat urday morning The last em j ploye had left the store at a hand cart in the alley which he said the thieves had ap parently used to wheel the safe out of the store and into a car There was no evidence of method of entry leading autti THE FIRST experiment oflorities to assume someone hid this kind may be started in thein the store until it was closed by what women they drape on their am Nixon pleased with campaign WASHINGTON pres ident Richard M Nixon re turned Saturday from an 11384 mile campaign tour that he marked down as very pleas ing The trip in a fourengined commercial airliner took the Republican nominee to Hawaii where he was the first presiden tial candidate ever to campaign actively for votes in the new est U S state On the way back he traveled off the regular course to cam paign Friday night in Seattle where he told newsmen that the prestige of the presidency could be brought to bear to help end civil rights controver Political chiefs began to ar rive in Washington Saturday for a bobtailed congressional ses sion expected to feature plenty of political haymaking along with legislative harvesting The November election will be in the minds of senators who convene Monday and congressj men a week later to take up business left undone be fore the break for the political conventions Among the returnees was Vice President Richard M Nixon the Republican presidential nomi nee due in from a campaign tour to Hawaii and back by way of Seattle Wash Major attention will be fo cused on the Senate over which Nixon presides and where the membership includes Democrat ic presidential nominee Sen John F Kennedyof Massachu setts and his running mate Sen Lyndon B Johnson of Texas who is majority leader The Senate also includes the national chairmen of the two Bunche actually is spy Reds claim M f J sies PLANT SEIZED Sheriff Galen Folkers found KANSAS CITY Mo Employes of the strikebound nations capital because the backers feel the international at mosphere there would make women more recipient to the new mode The brunette member of the bar thinks the joys found in f 1 o wer arranging massage at the American knows it a cure for charley but as a means of physical and mental Japanese dance and theater to teach grace and poise the art of makeup the importance of scent the art of conversation and the art of listening will help American women transcend back to femininity Will the school trustees even tually campaign to repeal wom ens suffrage No said Miss Turkowitz with a dontbesilly 1 glance We dont want Ameri can women to give up what they have or what they are but in stead to make their achieve ments worthwhile THIS ENTERPRISE would not be a charm school she em phasized but an attempt to in troduce geisha into our culture and to help keep it alive fortunately the ways of peace and beauty seem to be fading even in Japan she pointed out regretfully We hope men will send their wives and daughters to study the art and encourage us in offering t h e American women what they do not have serenity There willbe no diplomas giv en for completion of the courses Part of our concept is that the only real diploma is a womans own knowledge she said Miss Turkewitz is scheduled to leave soon for Japan to en gage Oriental instructresses They said it undoubtedly was the work of more than one man The State Bureau of Criminal Investigation has been called into the case IOWAN KILLED CHICAGO college stu dent from Keokuk Iowa Ter rance Jobe 23 was killed Fri day night when he fell and struck his head on the pavement while running alongside a car in north suburban Northfield Kansas City Power and Light Co were called back to work Saturday following seizure of the utility by the State of Mis BERLIN East Germany Saturday assailed Dr Ralph J Bunche UN special representative in the Congo calling him a spy The official news agency ADN lashed out at Bunche in its re port of the decision of UN Sec retary General Dag Hammars kjold to withhold UN troops from Katanga Province The agency accused Bunche of disregarding the decision ol the Security Council on the Con go and betraying the interests of the Congolese It asserted he had been chief of the African division of the U S Secret Service before taking up his United Nations job and that his opinions were highly valued by American economic monopolies looting the African people Bunches last job actually was as principal director of the UN Trusteeship Division He was made a UN undersecretary in 1954 He won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1950 In World War II he was a re search analyst on Africa and the Far East for the Office of Slra Lcgic Services not the Secret Service Later he was with the State Department 31 4 inches of rain soun SAME UOWA SAFETY DEPARTMENT FIGURES Black Flag Means Traffic Death In Fait 24 Houri ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES DES MOINES The giant Democratic farm meeting will definitely be held here Aug 21 at KENT theater Gov Herschel C Loveless office announced The meeting will feature speeches by Democratic pres idential candidate John F Kennedy vice presidential candidate Lyndon B Johnson and Sen Hubert Hum phrey of Minnesota who will be general chairman ELGIN AFB Fia A pilotless QB47 Strato jet bomber streaking along at 600 miles per hour over the Gulf of Mexico was successfully intercepted by an Air Force Bomarc guided missile FRANKFURT U S Army authorities said a naturalized American soldier from a military intelli gence unit has been missing since Wednesday The announcement followed East German reports than an American secret service agent named Vladimir Sloboda had fled to the Soviet zone MADISON WIS The three dozen runaway monkeys at Vilas Park zoo one by one are trading their freedom for a full stomach Only 15 of the 36 rhesus monkeys remained at large the rest having been lured into box traps by food and drink after two nights out of their cage Parched Iowa received as much as 325 inches of much needed rainfall Friday night and Saturday The locally heavy rainfall snapped a dry spell which was on the verge of becoming a serious problem Only the north east failed to get the full bene fit of the precipitation Mason City got only 20 THE FARM home of John Woodyward seven miles north west of Bedford was struck by lightning and burned to the ground Friday night Firemen from Gravity fought the blaze saving all but one of the out buildings The heaviest reported rain fall was the 325 inches at Redfield Other heavy amounts included Exira 290 Bedford 289 Audubon 280 N e o 1 a 275 Fairfield 265 Brayton 260 Sac City 254 Newton 240 Grimes 238 Treynor 230 Indianola 224 Woodward 217 and Winterset and Burlington 203 parties Sen Thruston B Mor ion RKy and Sen Henry M Jackson MEMBERS OF both parties have called on their opposition to avoid political squabbling or grandstanding and attend t business during the session Bu no one figures there wont b politicking Asked about reports that Re publicans might introduce bill based on the Democratic plat form especially its civil rights plank Johnson said I think there are always some Repub licans who want to play poli tics Nixon has said the session could turn into a donnybrook He called on both parties to take a responsible approach HE HAS ALSO indicated doubt that much will be accomplished at the brief session Kennedy has discounted talk of Democratic attempts to en act portions of the party plat form To carry out its goals the Democratic party needs a man date from the people in the for mer of control of the executive branch as well as the Congress he said ahead as a a medical program for the aged and appropriations measures The White House said Satur day that President Eisenhower will send to the reconvening Congress Monday a comprehen sive message on domestic foreign policy Council again to convene Katanga to be subject FnOM OUR W3RE SERVICES UNITED NATIONS N Secretary General Dag Ham marskjold Friday called the Security Council into emergen cy session Sunday night to take up the Congo crisis again A bitter EastWest propaganda battle appeared certain Hammarskjold abando n e d plans to send a UN military force into the Congos rebel lious Katanga has declared its independence it be came obvious fighting would develop with the Katanga tropps The UN forces of many nations I arc in the tongo under orders of the j Security Counj cil to take over from BelTSHOMBE gian troops the maintenance of law and order in the Congo where Congolese troops muti nied soon after the country won its independence June 30 Hammarskjolds move meant he cannot act further until he gets a new mandate from the Security Council which actual ly has the power to order a UN emergency force to fight its way into Katanga province MOSCOW RADIO gave new urgency to the matter when it renewed its demands that the UN force intervene in Katanga and that Hammarskjold put an immediate stop to Belgian in tervention in the Congo Hammarskjolds decis ion hailed in Belgium as a wise one was almost certain to touch off new tension between the United Nations and Congolese Premier Patrice Lumrmba who ias accused the UN forces of oot dragging in their efforts to force out Belgian troops Although leaders of Lumum 33s government have been Dressing the UN to bring Katanga under control of UN roops their reaction to Ham marskjolds backdown on Kat anga was mild THIS INDICATED they prefer to go along with a UN solution of the problem rather than risk Soviet intervention threatened by Lumumba to restore or der The view in both diplomatic and government circles is that the spotlight now has turned on be Johnson listed the main work minimum wage bill Belgium and pressure will on Brussels to comply with earlier Security Council resolu tions calling for withdrawal of Belgian troops from the entire Congo including Katanga Without Belgian support Pre Tshombes Katanga re would collapse RAINFALL two inches between one and Sac City 188 Perry 175 Des Moines 171 Knoxville 162 Oskaloosa and Tracy 149 Storm Lake and Albia 145 Ottumwa 133 Van Meter 130 Lamoni 129 Estherville 125 Carroll 123 Pella 122 Chariton 121 Osce ola 120 and Ottumwa 117 Strong winds and hail ac companied the rain at many places causing some crop dam age A storm system in Nebraska is moving toward Iowa and will furnish more rainfall for the state through Sunday The Weather Bureau said the heav iest amounts probably would fall In the south FINDING SOLACE WITH A HOD Joan B Berg strom left and Ann M Busselle both of New York City enjoy a morning smoke on their pipes as they prepare for the worlds championship pipe smoking contest in Lancaster Pa Several other women are among the 57 entrants The contestants get a mea sured amount of tobacco and the one who keeps it stokedup the longest is the winner All ends well that started poorly On the inside 2Minute MysteryPage 3 Clear Lake News 3 Church News 45 Mason City News67 Latest Markets 7 Society News 8 Sports910 Comicsn Editorials 12 Building News 1314 North Iowa News 16 Rural Lake View man killed by car LAKE VIEW UPI John KJuver 56 rural Lake View was killed Friday night while walk ing on Highway 71 near here mier igime probably J quickly The Soviet Union is eager to get a foothold either by pro viding massive technical assist ance to the tottering central government or sending Commu nist troops into the Congo op eration Hammarskjold has scrupulous ly observed the terms of the UN resolution and speedily ac cumulated a force of predomi nantly African troops This force now is in a position to guaran tee order or very near it Only the intransigence of Tshombe bars the way NEW ENVOY DIES WASHINGTON UPI Dav id B Karricks 67 new ambas sador to Ecuador died Satur day of a heart attack at his home here Cementfilled car will be replaced DENVER Colo Nel son is going to get a 1948 model automobile to replace his 1946 car which Bob Porter filled with wet concrete Also hes going to get an other load of concrete for the driveway he plans to build Joes old car is going to be displayed by ihe cement com pany with a sign reading We pour cement anywherw Joe and Bob shook hands and agreed to let bygones be bygones The happy ending wound up Saturday an incident which started when Nelson ordered the concrete and it was deliv ered by Porter Nelson wasnt home He claims he cancelled the order several hours before delivery The company xays he didnt Porter suspect ed a joke because he had just won a bet from Joe I guess just blew my stack the truck driver said He dumped the six tons of the back seat of Nelsons car Mrs Nelson commented Wed have money enough to buy a new catif vfe charged admission for all people who coma by to nee the Ronnie Stewart Porters boss saw possibilities in situation and came up with the peace plan agreeing to finance the whole thing He isnt even mad at the driver explaining Im not sure P wouldnt have done the same thing myself He did give Bob a talking to though about dumping the ce ment Said the drivar The boss told me Porter you know this isnt company policy   

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