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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 14, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newsoaper for Home VOL 9 CITY GLOBE IDITION The newspaper that makes all North I o wans Proi and UnlUd Prtu InUntaUonal run wires MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY NOVEMBER 14 neighbors 7c a Copy Paper Consists of Two No 31 One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLOuSDOt pm tiunda WOI AMES 640 pm fuesda WXAD Qulucy 930 pm Than tow City 9101 mm St The house that Jefferson dreamed up K RECENT V I S I T to Char lottesville Virginia brough me the feeling that I was rub bing elbows with early Ameri can history Thomas Jefferson left his imprint on that wooded foothill country to an even greater extent than George Washington did on the country side around Mt Vernon on the Potomac Washington pretty much found his home waiting for him while Jefferson started from scratch at Monticello And here lest you think Im indulging myself in an affecta tion I should tell you that in my entire stay in Virginia never heard even one person pronounce it any other way than Montichello The word is borrowed from the Italians and means little mountain I hereby gize for what Ive thought about anybody using this pronuncia the past I have been in a lot of places in my lifetime but Williamsburg isnt one of them In this regard at least three members of my immediate family have it on me They have visited that place of restored beauty Kennedy calls on Nixon in FROM OCR WIKE SEKVICES KEY BISCAYNE FlaWin ner John F Kennedy and the presidential election loser Vice President Richard M Nixon met Monday at a historymaking conference w h i c h Kennedy hopes will heal the wounds of the campaign Victor and vanquished both smiling broadly got together at Nixons vacation headquarters at this sunbaked island haven a few miles south of Miami Kennedy flew to the confer ence from his own rest spot at Palm Beach Fla He took the initiative in setting up the his toric conference They clasped hands warmly with broad smiles then walked swarm of photographers to Vil la 69 a small dwelling immedi ately back of the villa where Nixon and his family are stay ing How are you Dick Ken Kennedy said in response to question that he had not offered to Nixon a post in the new Dem ocratic administration There was nodiscussion of that the presidentelect added nedy said as Nixoa reached Kennedy said he expects to side the white convertible of the meet again with Nixon in about Presidentelect to shake hands before the Massachusetts sena shoulder to shoulder through a tor alighted from the car NEW ORLEANS SCHOOL GRATED unidentified Negro girl escorted by two U S Marshals enters McDonogh 16 public school in New Orleans integrating school in defiance AP Photofax INTE of legislature on federal court order Unidentified man behind girl is presum ably her father City police officer in foreground is one of many guarding the school IT COULD VERY WELL BE that Williamsburg is even interesting than Monticello but I cant quite imagine it Im utterly amazed by the number of refinements that went into that great home high above the town of Char lottesville almost 200 years ago refinements that were not even known to me in my own boyhood Ive grown up believing tha Benjamin Franklin for the breadth of his interests and his mastery of a score of sciences and crafts was the most amaz ing human being in history In the average home this very day at least a dozen common place items ranging from rock ing chairs to lightning rods go back to old Ben Franklin Leonardo da Vinci and Thomas A Edison are about the only persons Ive ever bracketed with Franklin Violence averted at schools BUT AFTER Monticello I A VISIT to am at least ready to expand that trio into a quartet Along with Franklin Da Vinci and Edison Im going to include Thomas Jefferson from this point on His inventive genius hits you in the eye the minute you walk into the En trance Hall and gaze upon aj sevenday clock dreamed up by the man best known for writingj our Declaration of Independ NEW ORLEANS La marshals accompanied four Ne gro girls into two white schools Monday the first Negroes to attend white schools here in al most a century White spectators booed as three Negro girls walked into McDonogh No 19 The few Ne groes in the crowd applauded Another girl entered William Frantz School Police stood cautious vigil in front of the schools and or dered people to stay on the neu tral ground facing the McDon ogh School At McDonogh the only dis turbancecaused by the entrj of the three Negro first graders News in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON The government announced settlement of antitrust suits against Standard Oil Company of New Jersey and Gulf Oil Corp the two largest defendants in its sevenyearold international oil cartel case The judgment requires Standard of New Jersey to discontinue joint ownership with So cony Mobil Oil Company a third defendant in the 1953 antitrust suit of StandardVacuum Oil Com pany AUGUSTA Ga Mrs Dwight Eisenhower cele brated her 64th birthday Monday with President Eis enhower Among the guests was Mrs Eisenhowers uncle Joe Carlson Boone Iowa who flew with Mrs Eisenhower from Washington Sunday NEW York Representatives of a performers union and the four major television and radio net ence Theres further evidence works resumed negotiations seeking to reach agree of that genius no matter which ment Qn a new contract before Tuesday midnights was vocal There was no other demonstration ONE WHITE woman yelled out as the Negro girls drove in three automobiles with the fed eral marshals Im going in there and get my children out Im no nigger lover she said Some white parents entered he building reportedly to take heir children out of classes As one white man brought three children out of the school a few minutes later a roar of approval came from the white spectators huddled in front of he building at McDonogh At Baton Rouge there was ome indication the legislature to keep the schools iegregated despite the federal ourt ready to give n HOUSE SPEAKER Tom Jew 11 served with a restraining irder to prevent his interfer nce with the integration move aid the legislature would quit vork after a breif session State troopers reportedly con acted each school principal elling each one to close the chool in line with the legisla Fiveyear term for Mrs Ropes DES MOINES UP Sharlean Margie Ropes 38 Des Moines was sentenced Monday to five years at the Womens Reforma tory on her plea of guilty to a charge of receiving stolen prop erty Mrs Ropes is the estranged wife of John M Ropes former Iowa Commerce Commissioner THE MAXIMUM sentence was pronounced by District Judge Robert D Jackson who turned down her plea for a parole or minimum sentence In sentencing Mrs Ropes Judge Jackson said the crime she committed was no small thing He said it would have been easy to consider granting her a parole if she had told the whole story and an honest story Mrs Ropes however told a story that was not only the whole story but was not true h said MRS ROPES was charge with buying receiving or aidin in concealing stolen goods an merchandise belonging to Youn ker Bros Department store an worth more than it was stolen She was arrested May 17 bj police who said about worth of merchandise stolen from Des Moines stores was seized at her home Weddle resigns with state DES MOINES UP J Rex Weddle 52 Monday announced his resignation as state direc tor of personnel effective Jan 15 It saved mans fife a month sometime in Decem ber He said too he plans to confer with President Eisen hower before the inauguration but there is no definite date for that KENNEDY repeatedly said that Nixon was very coopera tive or extremely coopera NEW YORK M How many persons would have he gave no fodica nand Stojs presense of mind if they were locked up in an airtlon aU that there might be less auto trunk for six hours aiministratl0n The quickthinking Stoj survived the ordeal by opening the valve of a spare tire from time to time Spare fire to rescue A night watchman locked up inside another autotrunk wasnt lucky He suffocated Stoj 36 a janitor in the Argonaut Building in midtown Manhattan told police a trio of gunmen forced him into the trunk of a new car parked in a showroom The night watchman Patrick Holland 50 Lindenhurst N Y was put into another car trunk The thieves then made off with from an office safe During hislong siege in the stifling compartment Stoj tried to force open the trunk lid with a tire jack Every now and then he would take a whiff of fire air A relief night watchman heard him when he arrived early Sunday Station plans to remain on the job for few more weeks answer either whether there was any Weddle has served as person nel director for almost four years at the discretion of Gov Herschel Loveless His salary was a year Weddle former Knoxville mayor and clerk of the Marion County District Court took over uresi directive But they rejas personnel director Feb way you turn Everything about Monticello its site its design its fur nishings its spacious lawn its outbuildings everything is from the heart and the mind of Thomas Jefferson He even took time out a bit later in life to perform a like service for a dis tinguished neighbor and protege James Monroe twice gover nor of Virginia U S Senator Secretary of State and War Minister to France and England and climaxing his career Presi dent for two terms THE MONROE HOME at Ash lawn which was designed by deadline SAIGON Viet Nam A group of paratroop of ficers who led an abortive revolt against President Ngo Dinh Diems regime was reported to have been arrested in neighboring Cambodia Discoverer to drop capsule VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE Calif to The gold plated capsule of Discoverer an extra day in space for good come flying home Monday when jiarvu u I CUlim liymg 11U1I1C JVlUllUdy M Jefferson can be seen through a scientist presses a button the trees from at least one spot at Monticello An 800tract ortedly were told that the prin cipals were following the orders of the school board and remain ing open The legislature with leaders of Gov Jimmie H Davis in complete control had rammed through resolutions which seized the New Orleans school system authorized sergeantsatarms at schools to prevent integration dismissed the New Orleans school superintendent and school board attorney and de clared Monday day a school holi previously owned by Monroe erei series to eject its capsuje is now a part of the University at a ground signaL All the North Iowa Mostly cloudy and continued mild through Tues day Lows Monday night 50 55HiShs Tuesday in the 60s day is the first of the Discovj of Virginia in Charlottesville an institution which was deep in the affections of both Jefferson and Monroe Ashlawn has its points of in terest One of these is a boxwood garden designed by a French during landscape Monroes artist who presidency helped beautify our Capital City A marble statue of Monroe now dominates the garden scene The house itself should be seen before visiting Monticello Otherwise it will prove anti climactic MONTiCELLO has had type of publicity seldom if ever ac Continued on 2 others have ejected when a tim ing device within the space package clicked shut on the satellites 17th pass around the earth When Discoverer XVII neared its 14th trip the Air Force de cided Sunday that it was behav ing so well it could stay up a Mostly cloudy through Tuesday Lows Monday night 50s northeast to lower 60s southwest Highs Tuesday 60s northeast to 70s Further outlook cloudy continued southwest Mostly mild with chance of showers Wednesday Minnesota Mostly cloudy warm Highs Tuesday in 50s little longer Scheduled ejection GlobeGazette weather data time was delayed to the 31st pass BOHLEDIES DUSSELDORF Germany UPI Ernst Wilhelm Bohle wide Fifth Column died here last week in obscurity it was learned Monday up to 8 am Monday Maximum 55 Minimum 43 At 8 am 46 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Sunday Maximum 56 Minimum 26 Norways princess to wed commoner OSLO Norway Wi royal First Lady of Norway is taking a divorced commoner as her husband King Olav V announced Sunday night the engagement of Princess Astrid 28 and Johan Martin Ferner 33 a junior part ner in an Oslo haberdashery The marriage will take place Jan 12 Since the death of her mother Princess Martha of Swe den six years ago the princess has been Norways First Lady i 1957 He said he had been asked by no one to resign but presumed that Govelect Nor man Erbe a Republican would make a new appointment to the job DISCHARGE DENIED PARIS SI The French De fense Ministry Monday denied a report that fashion designer Yves Mathieu SaintLaurent has been given a medical discharge from the army SaintLaurent who replaced the late Christian Dior was drafted last fall DES MOINES State Safety Commissioner Donald M Station a Democrat said Monday he plans to stay on the job for a while longer Republican Govelect Nor man Erbe said last week he ex pec t e d to replace Statton Sources close to Statton said he probably would resign arounc the first of the year It appears to be Ill have little choice but to resign if Mr Erbe does not plan to submit my name to t h e Senate for confirmation Statton said Statton 35 is serving an in erim appointment which must be confirmed within 30 days after the 1961 lowaiegislature Aug 1 1959 succeeding Russell Brown oL Cedar Falls who re signed Erbe and Statton who re ceives a a year salary convenes He took over as commissioner have not seen eye to eye on things including Stattons crackdown on illicit narcotics trade in Iowa Statton who maintains a law practice in Boone was elected 3oone County attorney three times He defeated Erbe for he office in 1952 AP Photofax DICK AND JACK TOGETHER The trials and tribulations of a difficult campaign behind them Presidentelect Jack Kennedy and V i c e President Richard Nixon walk among palm trees at Miami Fla as they hold a postelection conference The meeting was arranged by Kennedy in a national unity move discussion of Republican per sonalities who might possibly be included in the Cabinet or put in other high positions We discussed a whole wide range of subjects the presi dent elect said As for Nixon he said the vice president still had respon sibility as a leader of his par ty The two men Kennedy said touched on their presidential campaigns in a sort of a tech nicar sense I asked him how he took Ohio the senator said with a chuckle No he said Nixon did not give him a direct answer He must be keeping it a secret to use in 1964 the president elect said MEANTIME the Kennedy headquarters buzzed with other developments Luther H Hodges of North Carolina was regarded as set for secretary of commerce in the Kennedy cabinet Offi cially Salinger said Kennedy would make no final decisions nor will he make any announce ments about cabinet posts until after Thanksgiving Gov Abraham Ribicoff of Connecticutwidely regarded as the leading possibility for attor ney general in the Kennedy cabinet will have lunch here Tuesday with the Massachusetts senator Ribicoff who is vaca tioning in nearby Hollywood played a prominent role in Ken nedys campaign Sen W Stuart Symington D Mo will spend next weekend with Kennedy here primarily to deliver a detailed report on reorganization of the Defense Department Symington former Air Force secretary has been conducting a study of defense reorganization needs for the Presidentelect On the inside Editorials Page 4 News Quiz 5 Society News 789 Sports 1112 Latest Markets 14 Mason City News 1415 Comics 16 Clear Lake News 18 North Iowa News 22 ELECTION VICTORS NAHA OKINAWA UPI The conservative proAmerican LiberalDemocratic party in the Ryukyu Islands swept to victory in Sundays general electionse almost eliminating the Okinawa Peoples Party from the legisla ture While strolling across a bridge one SAME Nude proves to be real traffic stopper MIAMI UPI Sgt M M Ogle couldnt really be blamed if he did just that Everyone else did And bridfletender E E Cur rey knew something was wrong because traffic was crawling instead of rushing across his drawbridge over the Miami River in the citys downtown section Currey poked his head out of the tenders house to look for the bottleneck He saw drivers and passengers some of their hods out of car win dows looking toward tht south end of the bridge Currey looked too A pretty young brunette completely nude was strolling toward him Currey looked again to make sure then ducked back inside the house and called police They told him to stop the girl Currey stepped out on the bridge walkway and nervous ly approached her Say girl are you lost Currey asked Yes she replied Im looking for my hotel Say Currey questioned did you lose your clothes No the girl said Why Just then an spproaching ship bltw its horn for Currey to raist tht bridge Ht went back into the house for a moment and when he came out the woman was saunter ing down the north end of the bridge Two police squad cars led by Sgt Ogle arrived a few minutes later They ques tioned Currey and others One driver described the girl as about 362535 and said he was sure of his description be cause he had gone around the block three times to be posi tive Ogle and his men hurried on They found the girl about two blocks from the bridge 0 g I enveloped her in a blanket put in tht squad car and took her to a hospital for examination Checking beck Ogle found the woman had started her stroll about a block south of the bridge A waitress in a bar said the woman came in fully clothed and asked for a glass of water The woman took a pill drank the water and went into the ladies room Sht came out nude and left tht bar Attendants at tht hospital said tht woman gavt htr name as Mary and htr agt as 16 Sht said sht wat from Ntw Jtrsty Thty quotMl htr as saying Miami just too hot to ctothtt   

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