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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 26, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North lowai Doily Newspaper the Horn HOME EDITION thr ntwspaper that maktf North lowans VOL 99 Vnn and PrtM Wire MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY NOVEMBER 26 1HO To a Copy ConsUti of Two OM Scientist in study of crime Defines types of criminals By DELOS SMITH NEW YORK studies of a killer a female gun toter a bandit and a rapist none older than 21 revealed they all have one drive in com mon v They were eager to reject the whole human race before the race could reject them They were all prime examples of the personality type which science identified as the psy chopath and who is quite dif ferent from neurotics and other kinds of emotionally disturbed people The latter have active if twisted consciences The for mer seems to have none The studies were made by Dr Nathan Blackman of Washing ton University St Louis who has made other notable contri butions to an understanding of this personality type A full un derstanding which could be used correctively would be of inestimable value to society THE TYPE IS found in over whelming numbers among crim inals blatant juvenile delin quents and the persons who con tinuously disrupt harmonious dealings among people in offices factories and other groups As of now theres not much to do with them beyond jailing them or firing them Blackman described the four young criminals in a recent lec ture to a scientific group In St Louis there is a social malad justment unit made up of law yers and representatives of the social sciences Its purpose is to get at the real roots of social maladjustment The four young criminals were so obviously eager to reject this unit its members responded by rejecting them Blackman re ported These earnest students of human behavior became permeated with an almost con scious wish to escape or to evade the effort of reaching these pa tients THE FOUR psychopaths achieved this by a paramount mood of remoteness as if they were on another plane and were not really able to be reached The fatalistic and almost cher ished expectation of punishment appeared as a vicarious need almost obviously cherished From these and his past studies Blackman offered the beginnings of a theory to explain the psychopath In the brief est kind of outline the theory is that this personality is formed by early childhood circum stances which in his interpre tation of them isolate him from all other beings THE PSYCHOPATH avoids the threat of repeated letdowns by discounting himself and by maintaining himself in the aloof facade of an isolated existence which is without emotions but in which anger at this splendid isolation is rampant Black mail YES VIRGINIA THERE IS A is in New York these days there are enough Santas for nearly every little Virginia in the country Some of the sidewalk Santa Glauses of Volunteers of America AP Photofak ring their bells in New York after completingclasses for Santas before taking up their posts around the city They will solicit funds for charitable purposes N ews in a utshell FEOM OCR WIRE SERVICES Eddie Fisher and his present wife Elizabeth Taylor sent their best wishes Saturday to his newly re wed former wife Debbie Reynolds She was mar ried in DeverfyHflistfr shoe magnate Harry Karl We want to wish her all the happiness she so richly er said Elizabeth and I are very happy for her NEW na tions highway death toll mounted past the 200 mark Saturday as normal weekend travelers swelled the volume of T h a nksgiving holiday traffic The toll stood at 223 with the long four day holiday period more than half gone WELLINGTON New Zealand Prime Minis ter Walter Nashs Social ist Labor government was defeated in general elections Saturday by the private enterprise Na tional Party of Keith Holyoake The National Party won 45 seats in the 80member House of Par liament if PARIS Parliamen tarians from 15 North Atlantic Treaty coun tries Saturday recom mended the formation of a military fire with nuclear weapons at its disposal to meet any type of Communist threats to t h e alliance The lawmakers also asked that NATO be granted political control of atomic arms and de livery systems Iowa fatalities Manchester girl killed Larry Becker 18 of Manches ditch knocked over pole and overturned Car bank youth killed CONWAY MLarry Shawler 21 of near Lenox was killed Friday night when the car he was driving ran into an embank ncnt at the dead end of a coun ty road intersection four miles east of tare lowans show top cattle in exposition By CHUCK WALK GlobeGazette Farm Editor Just a touch of home in the Big City Thats the way the International Livestock Exposition must have looked to the nearly 300 NorthIowa 4H youths and their Minnesotar Much colder weath itrVir iMoitbH fhlC JTOafpst hfall StlOWS here Sat otafa Iatlif at home Except for its size the International is like any other livestock show In fact it has a real county fair atmosphere There are the farm machinery exhibits the cotton candy and hot dog stands and of course the ani mals Actually its the animals that set the International apart from all other livestock shows GREATEST EMPHASIS is placed on the beef cattle entries and the biggest of the beef shows is the world famous steer show The first step on he ladder toward showing the grand champion steer of the In ernational is the junior live stock feeding contest Once again the champion junior steer of the show was shown by an lowan Kaye Pol ock 15 of Mount Auburn Miss Pollock showed her 1050 pound Hereford victory Fri day There were about 350 other jntries from across the country Three North lowans competed n this junior show They were Joy Vining Osage Kathy Beale Buckingham and Don Hilbert LuVerne Miss Vining had the second place steer in the Angus summer yearling class for the est showing by a North lowan JUDGE OF THE steer show or the second straight year is EARLVILLE Letts Stanley Anderson Lubbock 15 of Manchester was killed Tex At least one North lowan early Saturday when the car in was anxious to see Anderson which she was riding went out That was Bill Imlau Kensett of control on Highway 20 two a Worth County ehaperone on miles east of here Authorities the special trip Imlau and An iaid the car was driven by derson were classmates and leaders who visited greatest of all livestock shows here Sat urday afternoon Members of the 12th annual KGLONorth Iowa Failspecia train the North lowans had just finished a twohour sightseeing trip of some of the Windy Citys most famous tourist spots when theyreached the Amphitheatre home of the International The sightseeing tour which took the group to such famous spots as Hull House Maxwell Street the Gold Coast area the University of Chicago and Jackson and Washington Parks was a great success but it was strictly Big City Arrival at the International changed all this however There during the nine days of the ternational the rural people of North iowans That was Janice the United States have estabHullinger former Manly girl lished a colony of their wllo twice showed the grand the North lowans made tHemchampion junior steer and once f hnm had the champion of the show tremendous at the International JANICE NOW lives near Har ris Mo where her father has a purebred Angus operation She is in Chicago with her broth er Tyrone showing six of their cattle One 4H member of the KGLO North Iowa Fair group is also anxiously awaiting judging re sults at the show That is Caro lyn Duea Thornton Her father Joe has several steers entered in the carcass contest of the show Two years ago he had the reserve champion carcass here On the inside Society News 10 Editorials 18 Clear Lake News 16 Sports H North Iowa News 8 Mason City News 67 Comics 9 Market News 7 Church News 4 Building News 20 ivestock judging team mates at ter The vehicleran into the Iowa State shortly after World utility War II This reporter also ran into an other person familiar to most Correspondent wanted at Northwood V Please call or write STATE EDITOR GlobeGazette Mason City Announce winners in Popular Baby Contest Tuesday The Communitys Popular Baby Election came to an end at noon Saturday The names of the 250 will announced Tues day in the GlobeGazette parents of winners may claim their babys prize at the GlobeGazette office im mediately after the announce merit is made The office will remain open until 7 pm Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday evenings so that the parents may pick up their childs award None will be mailed do not phone GlobeGazette office for results of election before the announcement is made No information will be given prior to the announce ment of winners in Tuesday Iowa Partly cloudy Saturday night colder northwest and extreme north lows lower 30i northwest to mid 40s south east Mostly cloudy Sunday colder over state highs 40 northwest to upper 50s south east Further outlook Cloud and cold Monday with soon rain or snow likely er spreading over state Satu day night and reaching col wave proportions with temper atures ranging from zero t 10 above north 10 to 25 south Much colder south and centra Sunday highs 20 extrem north to 35 extreme south GlobeGazette weather dat up to 8 am Saturday Maximum 68 Minimum 37 At 8 am 41 YEAR AGO Maximum 23 Minimum 15 SAME DATE1959599 Iowa Safety Department Figures Get the flannels out Mr Winters coming By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Colder air is moving toward Iowa threatening to end the pleasant fall11 weather which saw temperatures rise to rec ord highs lor the date at many places in the state Friday However the Weather Bu reau said mild weather would continue Saturday with after noon highs ranging from the lower 60s in the northwest to about 70 degrees in tiie south Overnight lows varied fronr 34 degrees at Mason City to 44 at Council Bluffs Cities where record temper atures were reported Friday Were Sioux City 75 degrees Council Bluffs 74 Atlantic and Shenandoah 71 Des Moines and Mason City 68 Spencer 67 Lamoni 66 and Ottumwa 65 degrees But DU buques high was only 57 de grees The colder weather was ex Iowa Saturday night and spread over the state Sunday Sundays lows are expected to be in the lower 30s in the northwest and the lower 40s in the southeast Sunday afternoons highest readings are expectedto be mainly in the 40s with a few readings in the lower 50s in the southeast The outlook is for continued cold weather on MpndayVwith cloudy skies and a chance of some snow orrain Ike blunt protesrof Guinea WASHINGTON W President Eisenhower Saturday bluntly re ected a protest by the presi dent of the Republic of Guinea hat the United States has sup ported the position of the ene nies of African emancipation n the Congo Eisenhower told President Se tou Toure of Guinea in a cable that the United States has een in the forefront of those nations which have favored mancipation of all peoples in cluding Africans Toures protest was dated Nov 20 Toure said he was con cerned at the development of a partisan position by the United States in the situation in the ongo HE ASKED THAT the United States cease supporting the position of theenemies of AM can emancipation who are em ploying every possible means against the legitimate govern ment of the Congo to attack the unity and territorial integrity of the Congolese nation Eisenhowers reply dated Friday and made public Satur day by Ihe White House said Toures cable of Nov 20 flects a serious misunderstand ng of the United States govern ment in support of African free dom The Republic of Guinea has Fridays Saturdays dangerous DES MOINES The State Safety Department said Fri day that on the basis of the number of traffic deaths Fri days and Saturdays have been the most dangerous days to drive on Iowa highways this year puring the nine months the department there were 80 fatal accidents on Saturdays and 52 on Fri days Thursday with 47 fa tal crashes was third The fewest number of fatal accidents occurred on Wed nesdays with 34 linedup with the Soviet Union in support of fprmer Premier Patrice Lumumba THE UNITED STATES has been supporting President Jo seph Kasavubu whose delega tion recently was seated by the United Nations In his protest to Eisenhower T our e said the Republic of Guinea would refuse to take any part in the activities U Ni Conciliation Commission if the United States maintains its present position Kasavubu has agreed to re ceive the Conciliation Commis sion in the nearfuture It will seek to bring together leaders who are in conflict in the Con Eisenhower said this coun trys record overVmanjr years in support of African emanci pation is open for all to see DESTROYED TAIPEI Formosa S A U Force nostel in Taipei was destroyed by a fire of un determined origin Saturday DES MOINES state liquor store here was called one of Iowas worst offend ers in the selling of liquor to children by the head of the Des Moines police de partments vice bureau Fri day Lt Arvene Nelson attacked what he called the unlawful issuance of liquor purchase permits to underage persons at the 5th Avenue store It seems that almost every time we find a young ster with an illegal liquor book hes secured it at the Fifth Avenue store and most of his purchases are made there Nelson said Early Thursday Nelson stated police arrested James A McCarthy 18 Des Moines after a highspeed chase Investigation showed the youth owned a liquor book obtained at the Fifth Avenue store which gave his age as 24 Nelson said His occupation on the card was listed as manager and 17 purchases of liquor were entered between July 11 and Nov 23 the officer added Nelson said he has no of ficial count of the number of underage persons who are known to have obtained liquor books at the Fifth Avenue store but added that the Mc Carthy incident was not an isolated one It seems like another case of that store selling liquor to anyone who has the money he added Thomas Goodwin manager of t h e liquor store refused comment saying that all statements would have to be issued by C J Burris chair man of the Iowa Liquor Com mission Burris could not be reached for a statement Nelson said he would ask the county attorneys office to investigate and to find out whether charges should be brought against the store op erator McCarthy pleaded guilty Thursday to a charge of driv ing 55milesanhour in a 25 mile zone and was fined AP Photoetx WHATS UP POP Whats going on three yearold Caroline Kennedy asks her pop as the pho tographers record every move the president elect makes on the day his first was born Kennedy helped his daughter bring th 1 carriage from their Georgetqwn home and then went for a stroll t   

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