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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 19, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 91 The newspaper that makes all North I owans AMoclatefl Frew and Culled PrM tnterniMoBil Fun UIM wire MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY SEPTEMBER 19 1960 neighbors 7c Paper Consists of Four No 293 One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO pm WOI AMES pm Tuesday WTAD Quincy 930 pm Than WSDL City U10 Sit Monroe e Doctrine much alive NOW THE WORLD including the Kremlin knows that Nikita Khrushchev was blowing smoke ringsearlier this year when at a news conference in Moscow he proclaimed the Mon roe Doctrine dead and ready for burial Life moves forward he pontificated It sweeps away everything that does not cor respond to the spirit of the time It asserts the new the progres sive The Monroe Doctrine has outlived its time has out lived itself has died so to say a natural death Now he added with a flourish the remains of this doctrine should best be buried as every dead body is so that it does not poison the air by its decay That would be the cor rect thing to do and this is what will happen apparently Of course it isnt what was about to happen If the Monroe Doctrine is dead its about the livest corpse known to modern history At the meeting of the conference of foreign ministers of the Organization of American States OAS in Costa Rico and later at Bogota Columbia our State Department was proved to be much better on target than Khrushchev was with this pronouncement reply ing to the Russian death sentence THE PRINCIPLES of the Monroe Doctrine are as valid today as they were in 1823 when the doctrine was proclaimed Furthermore the MonroeDoc trines purpose of preventing any extension to this hemisphere of a despotic political system contrary to the independent status of the American states is supported by the interAmeri can security system through the Organization of the American States When the foreign ministers left Costa Rico with their stern notice to the Dominican Repub lic of Dictator Trujfflo and to the Cuban republic of Dictator Castro Nikita and his buddies in the Kremlin had no reason to doubt that interference by Com munism anywhere in the West ern Hemisphere not only would not be welcome but that it would be decidedly unwelcome There wassomething in the Costa Rican resolution strange ly reminiscent of this language expressed by President Monroe RUSSIAN PREMIERS LINER MOVES UNDER BROOKLYN BRIDGE Plan to enter Iowas biggest baby election More than 100 of the leading merchants and busL ness firms of Mason City together with the Globe Gazette announced Monday what they believe will be the biggest baby election ever conducted in Iowa Eight bigloving cups some of them taller than most babies along with and in cash are the first eight awards There are 250 awards in all to be distributed to the 250 mosi popular babies of the Mason City trade area It is all free and every baby entered will have his or her picture taken by one of the five official election photographers Art Reynolds Studio Chapmans Studio Gerard Studio Lock Studio and Russell Studio The pictures will be published in the GlobeGazette The merchants and the GlobeGazette pay for the pictures There is absolutely no cost to the parents for this A special section in this issue of the GlobeGazette emphasizes the value and ways in which babies can win the 250 prizes There is no red tape or extraordinary rules or regulations attached to the election Any baby in the Mason City trade area from one day to seven years of age with the exception of the children of the cooperating merchants themselves and Globe Gazette employes is eligible Babies of employes of the cooperating merchants are eligible to compete however Only one baby from a family may enter with the exception of twins triplets which are entered as almost ago century and a half We owe it to candor to declare that we should con sider any attempt on the part of European powers to extend their system to any portion of this hemisphere as dangerous to our peace and safety HERE IT should be recalled that the United States in its dealings with its American neighbors at San Jose Costa Rico did not flaunt the Monroe Doctrine in their faces at every turn It may not even have been mentioned in the Costa Rican conference Thats a part of the new approach in our western hemispheric mode of statesman ship But President Eisenhower was forthright in a press conference more or less coincidental with the OAS gettogether In terms that couldnt be misunderstood or misinterpreted he let it be known that the Monroe Doctrine was still in force a mighty bul wark in the background of our relations with all of our Ameri can neighbors north and south Considerable significance at taches to the fact thatthe Presi dent in stating that the United States would not permit estab lishment of a Communistdomi nated regime on this side of the Atlantic included the phrase In conformity with Its treaty obligations For three decades prudent statesmanship has stressed common action rather than unilateral action AT THE SAME TIME hew ever and the Kremlin is aware of this the United States never one It is not necessary for the parents of competing babies to be customers of the cooperating merchants or subscribers of the GlobeGazette ANYONE CAN bring in the official entry blank appearing elsewhere in this issue of the GlobeGazette Entry blank may also be obtained from anj of the cooperating merchants It is not necessary to furnish a picture of the baby The elec tion editor located in the bus ness office of the GlobeGazette 121 East State St will furnish free orders on the official elec tion photographers to have the baby pictures taken for publica tion in the GlobeGazette All babies competing have the same contin u i n g through to wii one of the eight big cups anc the cash top prize or any of the other 249 prizes Elsewhere in this issue will be found an entry blank Prop erly filled out and brought to election headquarters it wil start your little candidate with 5000 free votes IN THIS ELECTION it makes no difference where the parents live in the Mason City trade area so far as a babys chance of winning the grand award is concerned Distribution of the 250 awards has so ar ranged that each baby will have an equal opportunity whether from Mason City or anywhere in the trade area The territory covered by the GlobeGazette has been divided into two districts for this elec tion with 100 of the prizes guaranteed to the participants of each of the two districts Mason City will be district No Iand outside of Mason City will be district No 2r Babies living outside the city limits of Mason City do not compete with babies living with in the city limits except for the choice of the awards THE ELECTION not only all free but it is of short dura it will be all over before one realizes it A com mittee of judges will canvass the final tabulations of the vote totals and those babies with the greatest number of b a b y votes will be declared the 250 winners in the election Guam crash fatal to at least 77 AGANA Guam UP At least 77 persons most of them Ameri can militarypersonnel and their wives and children homeward bound died Monday in the thundering explosion and crash of a World Airways transport plane on a junglematted hill of this western Pacific island Seventeen persons miraculous ly survived The DC6B on a contract flight for the US Military Air Trans port Service crashed three min utes after takeoff from a refuel ing stop The plane left Clark Air Force Base north of Manila at p m Sunday Manila time with an undisclosed number of passen gers It landed on Guam about 4 am Monday Guam time re fueled and took off at am It crashed three minutes later WET RECEPTION FOR KHRUSHCHEV CUBAN PREMIER CASTRO HAS LOOK AT NEW YORK j FAIR North Iowa Considerable cloud iness Monday night lows 45 50 Generally fair and warm er Tuesday highs 7Q75 Iowa Clearing west and consid erable cloudiness east Mondaj night low 4550 Tuesday gen erally fair and warmer high mid 70s northeast to 758C southwest Further Partly cloudy and mild Wed nesday Day Iowa Temperature will average 4 to 8 degree above normal Warmer at be ginning of ithe period other wise continued mild with onl minor day to day temperatur changes Normal minimum 40 extreme northern Iowa to 50 southern portion Normalmax imum generally in the 70s Rainfall will average 30 to 6 inch in northeast to 10 inch o less in the southwest occur ring as occasional showers Minnesota Clearing and warm er Highs Tuesday 7278 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Monday Maximum 61 Minimum 48 At 8 am 48 Precipitation 40 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 54 46 Two more added to road toll y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Two persons were killed in owa traffic accidents during the ast weekend Jack Six 19 Des Moines died Sunday when the car in which e was riding went out of con rol at a street intersection in ast Des Moines skidded 100 eet and sideswiped a utility iole Walter Orton 88 of near Den mark was killed Saturday night vhen he was struck by a car vhilewalking along Highway 16 nehalf mile east of Denmark The car was driven by William hele 17 of near Wever N ews m a FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES nutshell POINT ARGUELLO Calif The Navy success fully fired a 62foot NERV rocket into space its in strument capsule splashing into the Pacific Ocean re covery area 1200 miles down the missile range The fourstage solid fueled nuclear emulsion recovery ve hicle NERV propelled its 83pound packet back to earth with information it is hoped will help chart possible paths for man to follow through deadly radi ation belts above the earth MIAMI Fla Florence has lost herpunch and is no longer a tropical storm A hurricane hunter pi lot flew into the disturbance 500 miles South of here and found top winds of only 30 to 35 miles an hour in a few squalls NEW YORK Cuban Prime Minister Fidel Castro slept late Monday under tight security guard at his midtown hotel Only a homemade sign hung on a fire escape across the street from his suite was calculated to disturb him Drawn inihk on brown wrapping paper it Commie gohome VIENTIANE Laos The rebel regime of Gen Phoumi its liberating forces Now is the time to enter were launching an assault on Vientaine administra oapftai of neutralist Premier Khrushchev gets frigid reception NEW YORK UP Soviet Pre mier Nikita S Khrushchev ar rived here Monday amid boos of antiCommunist demonstra tors and said he would welcome serious negoti a t i o n s with President Eisenhower at the United Nations on the East West disarmament deadlock Khrushchev encountered an official chill no top United States or other Western digni taries were on hand asv he stepped from the Soviet liner UN takes up Soviet resolution UNITED NATIONS NY UPI Russia asked the Gen eral Assembly Monday to de clare that Secretary General Dag Hammarskjolds Congo policy led to the overthrow of atrice Lumumbas govern ment Baltika for an historic United Nations General Assembly ses sion Pelting rain and lowering skies darkened the scene The only American of any prominence present was Mrs lyrus Eaton wife of the Cleve land industrialist who won the Lenin Peace Prize last year About 150 officials of Com munist nations were at the di lapidated East River pier where the Baltika docked to welcome the Soviet leader Their ovation could not drown out the boos and cries of mur derer murderer from demon strators held back by police at some distance from the pier Khrushchev smiled and waved from the deck as the ship docked but appeared impatient at the time it took to moor and set up the gangplank Scarcely was he ashore than he whipped out a 3V2page single spaced typewritten statement and be gan to read Soviet Deputy Foreign Min ster Valerian A Zorin put a resolution before the assemblys emergency session demanding hat it note that nonimple mentation of a series of se curity Council resolutions by lammarskjold and the UN Congo command disrupted the iongos olitical economyj situation incited its and led to the overthrow of the lawful government and parliament ZORIN OFFERED the resolu ion in opposition to a moderate 7nation AfroAsian resolution fford support to Hammar kjolds Congo policy The United States while not entirely satisfied with sections f the AfroAsian measure rec gnizing Central sovereignty Government of of the the Congo which might be in erpreted as recognition of Lu mumbas authority decided not to offer amendments Wolfs rally receipts ruled not attachable ELKADER UB District udge W H Antes ruled Mon ay that receipts from a politi al rally held for Rep Leonard iVolf Dlowa cannot be at ached to reduce a judgment gainst him The RalstonPurina sought to attach in eceipts s collected at the Len Volf Bean Feed Rally in Monti ello last July 31 The coni any has a judgment gaijiist the congressman for merchandise purchased for his ormer feed store here On the inside Editorials Qoii x 5 Socitfy 17M Sports Lake Ntwi 21 Comics 22 Mason City News 2425 Latest 25 North News Hear Mitchell Enraged pet bear shot by farm girl MITCHELL The 20yearMostek caught up with it Sun old farm girl who shot her fa thers enraged pet bear says she wasnt scared but I guess I was a little nervous Jean Mostek killed the 300 jound animal Sunday because t was wounded and so scared and mad it wasnt safe to try and capture it SHE SAID SHE shot it six imes with a 12gauge shotgun I was about 15 yards away and the brush was so thick I ouldnt see clearly which made me a little nervous she said The bear escaped from its pen on the Jerry Mostek farm near here Saturday afternoon by ireaking a double chain and led into the woods Sheriffs deputies highway pa rolmen and volunteers failed to ind the animal Saturday night Alen Breckenridge soninlaw of IOWAN KILLED OSCEOLA Mo W Earl Jrown 51 Clarinda Iowa was tilled Saturday night hi a col lision orth of Osceola on Mis souri Highway 13 day morning and wounded it in the neck before it escaped dur ing heavy rain Authorities said the anima was dangerous because of its wound and when the Mostek returned Sunday from a business trip in Minnesota Jean and ner father went after it JEAN SAID she had done lots of hunting for small ani mals like squirrels but Ive never shot anything this big before Mostefe obtained Brownie in May 1959 from a game warden near Baudette Minn The bear had become a pet at the Mostek home and had learned to wrestle with its mas ter Mesfek sometimes grappled with it at county fairs Brownie had escaped a few other times but never for long He was always in a nearby tree and came when Mostek called him This time because of Mosteks absence he was further away and became too frightened Mostek said later to respond Three leaders of Russian sate ite nations who arrived with lira made speeches also They Gheorghe GheorhiuDej of Romania Todor Zhikov of Bul garia and Janos Kader of Hun gary All spoke on peace themes THE RUSSIAN said he did not understand Eisenhowers recently announced intention to address the United Nations on Thursday If this does not maan a fancy but really constructive participation in the work of the assembly we would welcome such a decision Khrushchev said The United States have per haps reappraised their attitude on the assembly meeting and iave also come to the conclu sion that serious negotiation can undertaken in the U N to reach a disarmament agree ment Eisenhower already has served notice he has no intention of meeting with the Soviet lead er unless he frees two impris ned American RB47 fliers Khrushchev also voiced what ic called his profound respect oward the American people After the speeches Khrush hev was sped in a black lim msine surrounded by police car iscort to the headquarters of he Soviet delegation to the United Nations at Park Avenue and 68th Street A continuing downpour of rain ept thoroughfares along the route virtually desert d CUBAS PRIME Minister Fidel lastro was the first of a proces ion of antiAmerican foreign eaders to arrive Sunday Wlad slaw G o m u 1 k a Communist eader of Poland and Czecho lovakian President Antonin No otny flew in later Police were prepared for trou ile during Castros arrival at dlewild airport Instead the Cuban leader was cheered by bout 3000 supporters when he tepped from a Cubana airliner I salute the American peo he said in English Any rung I will have to say I will ay at the United Nations Mounted and foot policemen owever dashed with 2000 anti Girushchev demonstrators who ried to force their way into the ark Avenue headquarters of he Soviet delegation to the nited Nations Sunday They carried placards and creamed Khrushchev is a murderer and Butcher of the Jkraine An emergency call went out nd police reinforcements ar ived to disperse the crowd lost of the demonstrators wera f Baltic and Ukrainian back rounds Several were arrested IN HAPPIER DAYS Jerry Mostek Mitchell ca vorts with his pet bear Brownie This photo was taken after the animal was obtained in Minnesota and when it little than a SAME FUc faith in tut 24 Mmirrt   

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