Tuesday, September 27, 1960

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 27, 1960, Mason City, Iowa North lowai Daily Newspaper Edittd for Homt J MASON CITY GLOBE f The newspaper that all North I qwans VOL 98 HOME EDITION Pwit ud United Preis International fuQ MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 27 1960 neighbors 7o Copy Paper Consists Of Two Ont NO He hos a purpose Khrushchev out to get Hammarskjolds scalp Seek to harness i the tide Horsepower not utilized By MERCEDES McMANUS WASHINGTONThe tide tar ries for no man but it comes back so regularly that man hopes to put it to work The ebb and flow of the sea against the land occurs with such clocklike precision that the Coast and Geodetic Survey con fidently prints advance tables showing the exact minute when high tide and low tides will oc cur all over the world The sur veys tidepredicting machine can predict tides on any beach for any day of any future year Such forceful regularity makes the tides tempting for power deficient areas the Nations Geographic says Theoretically tides could furnish perhaps hal the worlds energy needs bui men still watch helplessly as the surging sea squanders billions of kilowatts of power On a minor scale colonial Americans usec tidal power to turn mills but the dream of harnessing the tides on a large scale has never approached reality until now TODAY French engineers are completing the first stages of a giant tidal project in the Kance River near St Malo in Brit tany The project was planned with meticulous care Engineer built a 160yard model of the riv ers twisting inlets and under water contours Pumps manu factured miniature tides so that every problem could be antici pated Turbines will be put gradually into operation1 to determine whether the scheme is econom ically sound Spurred by the Ranee project interest has revived in the tides of Passamaquoddy Bay between Maine and New Brunswick Can ada Passamaquoddy joins the Bay of Fundy where surveyors have recorded 53foot tides the highest in the world THE FEDERAL governmen started a Quoddy Bay powe project in 1935 but work wa stopped in the planning stag when Congress withheld funds A recent study indi cated the project is feasible am By WILLIAM L RYAN Associated Press analyst UNITED NATIONS NY of the biggest dangers to the future of the United Nations is that Nikita Khrushchev can accomplish basically what he has set put to do without any necessity for reference to the will of the majority This is being discussed in the UN corridors in an atmos phere of deep concern The Soviet leader has made as clear as possible that he i out to get SecretaryGenera Dag Hammarskjold by on means or another His proposal to replace th office of secretarygeneral wit a preparalyzed threemembe presidium with builtin vet power can be looked upo more as a maneuver than a a proposal with any chance o reaching a formal vote But it is in effect a signa for allout war by the Commu nist bloc against the secretary general The purpose is to mak things so hot for Hammarskjoli that he will feel his effective ness at an end and see no choice but to resign SHOULD THIS come about Khrushchev will have accom plished his objective It would be next to impossibl to get a new secretarygenera who would b satisfactory t both East anc West search go on UNITED NATIONS N Y Nikita S Khrushchev proposed Tuesday to bring neutral nations into new disarmament talks and Gamal Ab Soviet leader and President Eisenhow tions Th coulc for months per haps even years Mean while the of fice would re main vacant and the peace DAG making func of the office paralyzed That actually is Khrushchevs major objective It would leave the field open for Communist interference in future emergencies such as the one which has kept the Congo in an uproar since the beginning of July US OBSERVERS here give his interpretation of Khrush government officials are weigh ing its merits If t h e project is approved huge gates swung by the se would trap tidal waters in a natural reservoir Channele through great penstocks to an adjacent basin kept at lowtide level by other gates the wate would power hydroelectric gen erators with an output a third that of Hoover Dam If tides can be harnessed man will plug a powerline into the moon and sun for those two heavenly bodies are the princi pal creators of tides Both bodies tug at the earth but the moon though far smaller than the sun pulls a little more than twice as hard because it is so much closer THE MOONS attraction causes the water of the oceans to pile up in two bulges one under the moon and the other directly opposite on the other side of the earth The fact thai water gathers on both sides of the earth seems odd but the phenomenon results from that complex interplay of the moons force the earths gravitational force and the centrifugal of the earthmoon system The moons pull is Herculean Twice each day 100 billion tons of water are lifted into the Bay of Fundy alone This is about 70 times the daily flow of the Mississippi at New Orleans and the movement creates an esti mated 200 million horsepower Charles City infant suffocates in crib CHARLES CITY A 3Vi month old Charles City baby suffocated In his crib Tuesday The infant was Ronald Wayne Hull son of WiyntHull Mr and Mrs chevs aim What he cannot control he will attempt to crush Khrushchev is aware that adoption of his proposal to change the structure of the sec retariat is impossible A change uch as he has suggested re quires a twothirds majority ote of the General Assembly And the change in the charter would have to be ratified by twothirds of the members in cluding all five permanent members of the Security Coun cil There is no chance of that In fact Khrushchev has yet to put forward his suggestion in the form of a formal proposal But he doesnt have to do that All he has to do is continue to insist that he and the Commu nist bloc have no confidence in Hammarskjold Nasser asks IkeK ta er to get together for a fresh tic activity continued inside and start on the arms problems The two developments high lighted the renewed policy de bate of the historic 15th U N General Assembly session while a whirl of background diploma CANDIDATES SHAKE HANDS AND THE UNPRECEDENTED TV DEBATE OPENS Candidates rehash issues Great TV N ews in a utshell it I n a a raw FROM OUB WIRE SERVICES CHICAGO Political experts Tuesday viewed the historic first TV debate between Vice Presi ent Kichard Nixon and Sen bhn Kennedy as a draw Reaction from politicians sug ested that both presidential ominees got in some licks Mon ay night but neither was hurt adly in the first of their four ound nationwide TV bout They pretty much rehashed what theyd said in campaign speeches to date Whether there was a winner or will be after the three sue ceeding debates will be deter mined only at the polls in No vember The principals seemed happy with the show It was a good sharp exchange of views Nixon said I think it was very useful Kennedy said adding that Baby threatened FAIR Two men sought in Dows holdup in North Iowa Tuesday were conducting a hunt for two young men who held up a grocery store here and escaped with about in cash The young men though not positively identified are believed to be the same men who stole a Corvette in Mason City Sunday and a Chevrolet sedan south of Clear Lake Monday Authorities also believe the same men Monday stole two pistols from the home of Dan Spillman Clear Lake Route 1 Authorities are looking for Larry Dean Spillman 19 Clear LakeRoute 1 who is wanted for parole violation and for his halfbrother James Gobeli North Iowa Generally fair Tues day night and Wednesday Cooler Tuesday night little temperature change Wednes day Scattered light frost Tues day night lows 35 to 40 High Wednesday lower 70s owa Partly cloudy southeast fair west and north Scattered light frost extreme north Tues day night A little cooler Tues day night Warmer northwest Wednesday Low Tuesday mid 30s extreme north to upper 40s south High Wednesday near 70 northwest to mid 70s south east Outlook for Thursday Partly cloudy a little warmer Minntiota Continued fair warmer High Wednesday near 75 GlobeGazette weather data up o 8 am Tuesday Maximum Minimum 39 BEST BAKER WASHINGTON Schnueile a farmers wife rom Crab Orchard Neb Ttics ay won the top prize in he 12th annual grand national iakeoff for her original batter read recipe hope it clarified some of the is sues on which we and our tw parties differ The two candidates speakin before an audience estimated a more than 60 million came t grips on the issue of how to kee the United States strong to with stand the Communist menace They also opened up over their differences on farm s c h oo 1 lousing medical care for the elderly Few influenced by candidates WASHINGTON survey of voters in 10 major cities indicated that a majority of those polled were not influ enced by Monday nights tele vised debate between presiden tial candidates Richard M Nixon arid John F Kennedy However of those who said they were influenced by the unprecedented hourlong pro gram more leaned toward Kennedy than toward Nixon 119 Hampshire SE Authorities wish to question the two about the car thefts and the Dows robbery TWO MEN shortly after 11 am Tuesday walked into the Cozy Corner grocery store Mrs Norman Erickson wife of the owner of the store was alone with her fivemonthold baby girl Mrs Erickson who was hold ing the girl at the time said one of the men pointed a pistol at the baby while the other man gave Mrs Erickson a note de manding money Mrs Erickson scooped up about in cash and put it into a paper bag At this moment a gravel truck pulledup in front of the store One of the men said Thats enough They took the money and fled THE PAIR Dowt in 1955 Chevrolet sedan turquoise and white They were driving east when they left town The Corvette owned by Tom MacNider 15 Rock Glenn was Found Monday morning in a brush patch south of Clear Lake State Park Reported missing Monday from the Art Grattidge farm Clear Lake Route 1 was his 1955 Chevrolet Authorities be lieve the men who took Grattidges car used it in the getaway from Dows Cerro Gordo County sheriffs officers Tuesday noon joined in the search for the men A plane piloted by a deputy sheriffwas aiding in the search On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 67 Mason City News 89 Latest Markets 9 North Iowa News 10 Sports 1112 Clear Lake News 13 Comics 14 Farm News 15 Only a few persons said they had actually switched from one candidate to the other because of the debate Crash injuries prove fatal to Osage youth OSAGE Boyd Van Voorhis 23 died Monday at St Marys Hospital Rochester Minn from head injuries suffered in z car accident Sunday near Janesville Iowa The son of Atty and Mrs T Van Voorhis Osage he was a graduate of Osage High School and attended Iowa State Univer sity Ames He was graduated this year from Iowa State Teach ers College Cedar Falls and was in his first year of teaching at State Center He was coach and physical education instruc tor Surviving are his parents a brother John a senior in Osage High School a sister Mrs Wal ter Peggy Strassburg North Bend Ore Funeral services will be Thursday at 2 pm at the First Congregational Church The Rev Norman Brooks will offici ate Burial will be in Osage AND WHILE Nixon didnt men tion civil rights Kennedy called it a national responsibility when a Negro baby or a Puer to Rican or Mexican in this country has about half as much chance getting through high school as a white baby Nixon hammered away on the argument that his Republican programs will move America orward on the wonderful rec ord we have made over the past years On the other hand Nixon said lealth education housing farm elderly medical care and other proposals advanced by Kennedy boost federal spending by anywhere from to bil ion dollars They would Nixon charged lead to stagnation of the motive power that we need in this coun ry to get progress Nixon said Republican proposals would in rease federal spending from 2 o 41 billions Kennedy insisted his program an be included in a carefully rawn balanced budget if our conomy is moving ahead FKOM OUB WIRE SERVICES NEW YORK Presi dent Gamal Abdef Nas ser has invited President Eisenhower to visit the United Arab Republic as his honor guest LEOPOL D V I L L E Congo Several thou sand national Congolese soldiers surrounded Unit ed Nations headquarters and demanded their over due pay Some of the sol diers invaded the U N offices but there was no violence Unit ed States proposed at the threepower nuclear test ban talks that a mora torium not exceeding 27 months be set on small underground nuclear blasts But Russia de manded that the mora torium last for four to five years UNITED Premier Fidel Castro said he would return to Cuba Wednesday if VIENTIANE Capt Kong Les para troopers have cut roads leading north and south of Savannakhet head quarters of rightwing rebel Gen Phoumf Nosa van Frost possible in North Iowa Some scattered light frost is ikely in northwest and north central Iowa Wednesday the Weather Bureau said Tuesday Light showers were reported Tuesdaj in the southwest but the amounts were less than a tenth of an inch The weather during the next couple of days is expected to be dominated by a large high pres sure system which will result in clear to partly cloudy skies and coolness outside the assembly hall The Soviet premier submitted a resolution to raise the mem bership of the 10nation disarma ment commission to 15 It had equal Communist and Western representation but Khrushchev jsought to add India Indonesia the United Arab Republic Ghana and Mexico President Nasser of the U A R second assembly speaker for the day has seen both Eisen hower and Khrushchev in priv ate conferences and he said both expressed willingness to discuss disarmament again We therefore suggest said the Arab leader that the Gen eral Assembly recommend that the two great leaders should under the standard of the United Nations meet either by them selves or together with whom you select among those who are present here in order for them all to put under the aegis of the United Nations guiding rules for a new attempt toward dis armament Spokesmen for Both Eisen hower and Khrushchev how ever brushed aside questions as to whether the two leaders would get together during the current UN session THE COMMUNIST bloc also renewed its attack on the office of SecretaryGeneral Dag Ham marskjold while outside the United Nations President Eis enhower put forward strong ef forts to rally formidable support behind the UN chief President Eisenhower met with Prime Minister Harold Macmillan of Britain and White House press secretary James C Hagerty pictured them in complete agreement as to the vital role of the United Nations particularly in the Congo crisis and the need to give full support to the secretary general in his tasks KHRUSHCHEV arrived at United Nations rosy and cheer ful despite indications his drive against the UN secretariat seemed to be winning little sup port outside his own bloc even from the Yankeehating Cuban delegation headed by Prime Minister Fidel Castro Castro in a speech Monday night went down the line in supporting most Soviet positions although he remained silent on the issue of Hammars kjolds future The speech seemed to make some impact on the newly admitted African dele gates to the UN and to a less er extent on the known neutral ists SAME DATEW9472 DcpMlMtnt Figures Cemetery with Champion neral Home in charge Fu AND SO IT went for an hour ith each candidate taking his urn in outlining his case and nswering questions from anel of television reporters Kennedy called for effective overnment action saying I link it is time America started moving again While Nixon agreed that we re in a deadly competition ith Moscow and Peiping he ailed Kennedys proposals for noving the economy ahead simply retreads of the pro rams of the Truman adminis ration He contended as he has all along that during the Eisen hower administration more schools have been built and more electric power developed than any administration in his tory while also building more houses and highways Kennedy said he does not think we are doing enough that he is not satisfied with the prog ress we are making with 50 per cent of the countrys steel ca pacity unused for example Kennedy said he would not un balance the budget except in a grave national emergency but lhat the nations needs are so great he does not see an oppor tunity for debt reduction in the next few years Nixon chiding him said the Democratic plat form mentions paring the na tional debt BRIGITTES IN BED PARIS ffi Bardots doctors reportedly have ordered a complete bed rest for the blonde actress marriage with actor Jacques Charrier has been repeatedly rumored on the rocks It was the longest speech in the history of the General As sembly Most of that time he spent castigating the US but mostly repeating worn out charges LINDBERGH WEDS SAN DIEGO Calif UPI Land Morrow Lindbergh 23 son of famed aviator Charles A Lindbergh has wed Stanford University student Susan Miller 21 READY FOR BLASTOFF AP Photofax Kriesel 20 Owatonna Minn gives final onceover to the rocket he built in the basement of his home during the last five years Instrument companies were so impressed with his blueprints that they donated some in parts and equipment and the Navyagreed to let him fire the 11footlong rocket on the Mojaye Desert test range Wednesday