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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 21, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper for tht 1 MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The VOL 98 newspaper that makes all North lowans i r i Associated Press and United Press International Fun Wires MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 21 1960 neighbors 7c a Copy Paper Consists of Four One No 291 250 prizes in baby contest Two hundred and fifty prizes will be awarded the 250 most popular babies of the Mason City trade area in the communitys Popular Baby Election now getting under way These prizes will be awarded by more than 100 of Mason Citys leading business firms IS S Hope prepares to sail Goodwill trip to SE Asia By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau The hospita ship SS Hope sails from Mis sion Rock near San Francisco on Thursday on a yearIon goodwill mission to Southeas Asia International health coopera tion is the signal purpose of new experiment Project Hop which a floating medica school carry aid and in struction in the healing art from the American people to th people of Indonesia and Vie Nam The ship the SS Hope is sponsored by the medica committee of the PeopletoPeo pie program The vessel itself is a onetim Navy hospital ship taken out o the mothball fleet and loaned to the HOPE Health Opportun ity for People Everywhere project by the government More than million in Mutua Security funds were used to refi the 15000ton vessel otherwis the yearlong cruise is being en tirely supported by contribution from corporations labor groups and individuals THE HOPE will spend seven months in Indonesian ports Th itinerary takes her to Djakarta Makassar Ambon Kupang Bima Padang Bai Surabaya and Samarang She will have a basic medical personnel of 15 doctors 24 nurses 30 medica technicians a dentist and two pharmacists Other volunteer teams of up to 35 physicians wil be flown to the ship for four month tours on a rotating basis Indonesia a land where there is only one doctor for ev ery 71000 persons is an ap propriate first target for the HOPE The ships doctprs and nurses will train Indonesian counterparts in the latest tech niques part of them working on shipboard and others in mobile teams inland running tempo rary outpatient clinics The first aimJjowever is to teach not treat Hence the original 800 bed hospital ship was converted to one with 230 4eds with the extra space de voted to a huge classroom for medical and clinical instruction a modern maternity ward and pediatrics center an eyeear noseandthroat center a dental clinic and complete medical dental and Xray labs PRINCIPAL FOES to be en countered by the ships company in Indonesia will be malnutri tion yaws malaria tubercu losis and intestinal parasites After seven months there Hope will move on to Viet Nam for a four month stay lying off Saigon Invitations have been received as well from medical groups in Korea Okinawa Pak istan and other Far East na tions If the present venture is a success other mothballed ships may be sent on teaching missions to Africa and South America The Navy name of the Hope was USS Consolation She saw service in the Korean hostilities and after removal from moth balling was turned over to the Health Founda tion in March 1960 Vice Presi dent Nixon officiated on Sept 13 at the San Francisco flagrais ing ceremonies when a r e d white and blue peopletopeo ple banner was hoisted above her ONE YEARS optration of Hope is estimated to cost million President Eisenhower is re ported enthusiastic and thrilled by the program The gleaming white ship should be an impressive symbol to of the goodwill of American at Individuals and as a lation in cooperation with the Globe Gazette Scores of babies have been entered since Monday opening announcement Any baby in the Mason City trade area under seven years of age is eligible for nomination and each has the same oppor tunity of winning the first prize of in cash and Jhe great big loving cup Then there are 249 other prizes A PICTURE of each baby en tered in the election will be pub lished in the GlobeGazette in the order the babies are entered in the election This is done so the people of the area may choose their fa vorite candidate The mer chants and the GlobeGazette pay for these pictures There is absolutely no cost The election editor will give you an order for the picture of your baby the moment your is entered in the election THE MASON CITY trade area has been divided into two dis tricts for the baby election Ma son City is one district and out side of Mason City is the other One hundred of the awards are guaranteed to the babies of each of these two districts This means at the very least 100 of the 250 prizes be won by babies living outside the city limits of Mason City Enter your baby today or the baby of a relative or friend You will find an official entry blank elsewhere in this issue DRAFT CALL CUT WASHINGTON UPI The Army will draft 7000 men in STovember a drop of 2000 from the October call WIND North Iowa Considerable cloudi ness with scattered shower and thunderstorms Wednes day night lows in the 50s De creasing cloudiness and mud cooler with fresh to stron northerly winds Thursday highs in the 60s Iowa Showers and scatterec thunderstorms east and cen tral Wednesday night de creasing cloudiness and turn ing cooler west chance o frost extreme northwest low near 40 northwest to near 61 southeast Thursday wind and much cooler with clear ing skies highs 50s northwes to 60s southeast Further out look Partly cloudy and coo Friday Fiveday Iowa Temperature will average near norma south to 3 to 5 degrees below normal north Thursday through next Monday Turn ing much cooler Thursday or Friday followed by a warm ing trend at the end of the period Afternoon highs will be generally in the 70s Over night lows will be from the 40s extreme north to 50s south Rainfall will average 50 to 75 of an inch with loca amounts up to several inches in showers and thunderstorms mostly at the beginning of the period Minnesota Clearing much cool er High Thursday near 65 GlobeGazette weather data up o 8 a m Wednesday Maximum Minimum At 8 a m YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 72 54 57 81 61 N ews m a FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON George P Larrick U S food and drug commissioner said the government expects to issue by the end of the year a final order requir ing stricter labeling of prescription drugs This would include complete information on their use as well as any needed precautions against possible side effects BERLIN Communist East Germany indicated it is preparing to bar Western diplomats from East Berlin This would be done to reinforce the Commu nist claim that their part of the city belongs to East Germany and is no longer under fourpower control West Germans now have to apply for police permits to enter the East sector VIENNA Austria The United States an nounced it is prepared to throw open four of its nu clear reactors to inspection by experts of the Inter national Atomic Energy Agency The aim is to demonstrate its belief in the necessity and workabil ity of international inspection measures DETROIT Vice President Richard M Nixon stepped up his Midwestern vote drive picturing his Democratic presidential rival as naive about the Communist mind and beholden to big labor unions Ike to remain in NY Will confer with chiefs WASHINGTON Iff President Eisenhower Wednesday decided to stay overnight in New York Thursday so that he can talk with some of the government leaders attending the session of the United Nations general as sembly In announcing this the White House declined to say what for eign visitors might meet with the President However there was no indi cation that Russian Premier Nikita Khrushchev would be on the list Press Secretary James C Hagerty has repeatedly said there were no plans for an Eis enhowerKhrushchev meeting EISENHOWERS decision to remain in New York overnight came atop an earlier announce ment that he would give a luncheon Thursday in New York for representatives of 18 Latin American countries Eisenhower is going to New York to address a forenoon ses sion of the United Nations He is expected to offer a vast new plan for African aid and sug gest a UN aerial peace patrol Cuban Prime Minister Fidel Castro is not being asked to the uncheon for Latin Americans CASTRO IS the highestrank ing official of a LatinAmerican government at the assembly session but neither he nor any other Cuban official was invited to Eisenhowers luncheon The Dominican Republic also excluded but Hagerty pointer out that the United States ha broken diplomatic relations wit hat nation Communist sources indicatec that Khrushchev has two differ ent speeches ready for his major address one a hard sell and the other an appeal to swee reason They said they had been old that the content and tone of the Russian leaders full Iress presentation to the Gen ral Assembly Friday would depend to a considerable extent n what President Eisenhower ays when he speaks Thursday morning Khrushchev is sched uled to follow the President peaking Thursday afternoon or Friday Irelands Frederick Boland Tuesday was elected assembly iresident defeating the Commu list backed candidate Jiri vfosek of Czechoslovakia 4625 AP Photofax POLICE PUSH BACK PICKETS Mounted police men drive demonstrators back from vicinity of United eral Assembly in New York The pickets mainly are Nations during one of many skirmishes between po refugees from Iron Curtain countries protesting the lice and groups picketing opening of the U N Gen appearance of Russias Premier Khrushchev Threats against K called Red inspired I GOODPASTURE DIES NASHVILLE Term Ernest W Goodpasture 73 who eveloped a vaccine for mumps hd did research in vaccines gainst yellow fever influenza mall pox and typhus fever died Tuesday of a heart attack Letters of sympathy Governor wife cant erase thoughts of two dead sons HARRISBURG Pa No words however tender can take away the pain that comes from losing a child But if they come from the heart words can do the next best thing They let those who grieve know that others grieve with them and that they hope for something in time akin to healing So it is with Almeta and Albert Kunkle who live in the town of Ephrata Lancaster County The Kun kles lost their son Paul 10 in an automobile accident The K u n k 1 e s are well liked It was to be expected that they should get many letters of condolence But one letter came which was indeed a surprise It is letter Mrs Kunkle reads over and over She draws comfort from it Her heart warms to the busy high placed couple whosent it She is especially grateful to the woman who wrought into the letter her own sorrow over a similar loss It was Mrs David Lawrence wife of Penn sylvanias wrote it The governor and I were greatly distressed o read of the tragedy that has come to you and we you to know you have our deepest sympathy the letter says Because we lost two of our boys in accident we realize how very difficult it will be for you to accept the fact that Paul was taken from you at such an early age Mere words are most inadequate to express our feeling for you at this time However you are in our thoughts and we pray God may give you the strength and cour age you need to endure these dark days To the Kunkles the Lawrences are no longer remote figures in a remote mansion They are all good neighbors together now for they have sorrowed as one Ever since a shattering night in April 1942 when the Lawrences learned that two of their 13 the other been killed Mrs Lawrence has been writing letters of sym pathy to parents who have lost children in any kind of accident She makes each letter personal There are many letters every week every month Lawrence and his wife were entertaining friends in their Pittsburgh home when the tele phone rang that night over 18 years ago He took the call After what seemed an eternity of trying to compose himself he turned and said Alyee our boys are gone Rarely does he talk about it But he shares his wifes feeling that the grief of one afflicted family touches all families so bereft He has given Pennsylvania one of the nations most vigorous traffic safety programs and on the subject of careful driving it a tireless and passionate spMker UNITED Soviet Premier chev staj N Gener meeting two reported life and as if he rest The Ri gun concealed in authoritative embassy Police would be BE bus Officers set off by the appear NATIONS bus and stationed a here of top Communist er Nikita and a fire chiefs and Cuban Premier Fi away from the the Castro Assembly afternoon dnesday following I plots against his d reporters he felt re under house arans reported they word of a plot to Chrushchev with high New York City police department spokesman s a i c Russian reports of the camera gun plot by German gestapo agents appeared to be part of the Russians continuing propa ganda battle but it was under stood they were checking oul both REMAINED at his hotel in Harlem President Titc of Yugoslavia was closeted a his U N mission working or the speech he will deliver tc the assembly Thursday Tito i expected to make a bid for lead ership of the socalled neutralisi d in a camera and sources said New ilso were checking Hungarian high police source holds the view that the Communist bloc would love to see American newspapermen roughed up Khrushchev stayed in the assembly for about an hour He eft U N headquarters shortly ebomb the camera broken and noon Soviet premier was the e told a two reports capped a of two fierce demonstra sed from a of violence in New On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 6789 Sports 2122 Clear Lake News 24 North Iowa News 26 Mason City News 3233 34 Blue Scout sent up in space study CAPE CANAVERAL Fla lie Air Forces new Blue Scout pace rocket blasted off Wednes iay in an effort to hurl a radia ionstudy package of 16600 miles into space The experi ment could lead to a means of etecting nuclear explosions igh above the earth All four solidfuel stages ig ited with clocklike precision However radio contact was lost ninutes after launching but the Air Force said there was no eason to believe the rocket did ot reach its planned peak alti ude This was the first flight for he Blue Scout which the Air orce is trying to develop as a omparatively cheap allpurpose vehicle for launching scientific robes and satellites If successful the p a y 1 o a d would have traveled 16600 miles way from earth in about 3 ours Then it began a 3Ahbur lescent that ended with its burn ng up in the earths atmosphere ver the south Atlantic about 000 miles southeast of Cape anaveral Lt Col Donald A Stine proj ct director emphasized the main purpose of this flight was o test the rocket and that oper tion of the payload was a sec ndary goal NO SUCCESS CHICAGO MA federal me iator says he has been unable o get negotiators for the switch mens union and 1 railroads to it down at the same table to iscuss a threatened strike Union irked at wedding rings ban MAQUOKETA ban on the wearing of wedding rings touched off a companyunion dispute Wednesday at the Clin ton Engines Corp plant here The company contended the ban on wearing wedding rings and other jewelry was a needed safety measure The Interna tional Association of Machinists however charged the rule was a hollow and phony action taken while necessary safety improvements were being ig nored Dick Fallow union represen tative for Local 503 of the ma chinists said he would file a grievance against the company through regular negotiating channels Forty men were re fused work Tuesday because they refused to remove their jewelry he said Fallow said the company has done nothing about such safety problems as objects falling off conveyors inaccessible fire f i g h ting equipment slippery floors and presses which dou ble trip The company said the ban on rings and watches will remain in effect to help safeguard em ployes The company said it agreed to pay for having rings cut off and enlarged if neces sary and to pay for neck chains so workers could carry the rings while working SAME White Flue No in 24 Iowa actress granted divorce MARSHALLTOWN UPI Cinderella movie actress Jean Seberg was granted a divorce Wednesday from her French husband Froncois Moreuil and won restoration of her maiden name District Judge M C Farber granted the uncontested divorce ending the twoyear marriage of the small town girl who be came a movie star overnight to the Harvardeducated son of a French economist Miss Seberg had filed for di vorce last June charging cruel and inhuman treatment She and Moreuil whom she married Sept 5 1958 after starring in the movies Saint Joan and Bonjour Tristesse had mu tually agreed to the divorce she said The brawls swirled around midtown streets as task forces of police and mounted patrol men moved swiftly to curb the disorders Eggs and lighted fire crackers were hurled at police pushed and shoved and fought back with clubs The heavy police security was praised by most New but damned by some Commu nist bloc chieftains HELPING MAKE matters more trying for hard working police was the large melange of foreignborn residents in this city of eight million Many came from East European countries and lands now under Communist rule The worst of the street brawls erupted near the U N head quarters and the Soviet head quarters for its U N mission In one threehour melee near he U N mounted policemen charged about 50 Ukrainian and Hungarian pickets Many were lirown to the ground Fists and nightsticks flew la er when police and mounted atrolmen tangled with demon strators near the Soviet build ing Three fights at the United Na lons involved the Ukrainians nd the police a fourth involved he antiGreek Albanians and antiAlbanian Greeks A fifth vas between antiCastro ami proCastro Cubans NEW POSTS DES MOINES W Rex Dory nd Max Ashmore two former ublic school officials have een assigned as the first full ime parole agents to work with Jin Iowa prisons AP Photofax CASTROS CASTLE Police stand outside Hotel Theresa in New Yorks Harlem where Cuban Pre mier Fidel Castro is staying He moved out of a more fashionable hotel after a spat with the management   

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