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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 2, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             i North Iowas Daily Newspaper Idittd for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL The newspaper that makes all North low neighbors AuocUted and United IntenuUontl FunUrn Wire MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY DECEMBER 2 Copy Paper ConsUti of Two SectionsSection OB Lumumba back in hands of Col Mobutu LEOPOLDVILLE Congo UP Col Joseph Mo butu announced Friday that his soldiers arrested Pa trice Lumumba and that they had threatened to shoot the expremier Mobutu said he sent strict orders that Lumumba was not to be harmed Relaxed and smiling the Congo army leader received re porters at his home to tell about the capture Mobutu said a plane is en route to bring Lumumba back here from Port Francqui where he was arrested Six companions also were taken into custody just four days after Lumumba fled his suarded Johnnys sis also cant spell Most pupils do poorly By TERRY FERRER New York Herald Tribune News Service NEW YORK Johnny cant on his mind Ninetynine out of every 100 highschool students can not write a fiveminute theme with out making some kind of mis take Johnny misspells at least one word in every theme while his sister does a bit better one misspelling in every two themes These conclusions were drawn from results of the first giant inventory of 450000 highschool students and their abilities and aptitudes known as project talent The testing in 1357 high schools across the country took place last spring In the two days of tests stu dents were asked to write for my views residence in this capital pre sumably to head for Stanley ville and an effort to seize pow er Mobutu said soldiers holding Lumumba threatened to shoot a traitor if he was not collected from them by 2 pm I TOLD THEM a command er does not accept that sort of ultimatum from his subordin ates Mobutu declared They lave been warned that any man who harms Lumumba will have answer for his acts Lumumba will be brought jack to Leopoldville to face rial for inciting the army to re bellion and other crimes he said Mobutu said a plane has been write spell or say what he has sent from Leopoldville to Lulua bourg to col lect Lumumba and the four per sons ar rested with him There is no airfield at Port Francqui large enough for this plane land so a smaller plane LUMUMBA probably will deliver Lum umba and the other prisoners to Luluabourg Among those arrested with Lumumba was Anicet Kasha mura Communistleaning in formation minister in Lumum bas deposed government five minutes on about an ideal occupation j Here are some of the results MOBUTU SAID Lumumba j would be tried for inciting the A HIGHSCHOOL boy My Idea of anideal occupation is working on a large contraction gang Mark a lot of money and do what you please with it is my idea of a perfect job A highschool girl I would like to work in a hospital tak ing care of children or working with an orphinage I would al so like to be an airline stearest It would be very exciting Another boy I would like to have a job where I could travel a lot and steal be at home every night Another girl My view about an ideal occupation would be very good It would help me to started right after I finishe high school I will not have any trubled getting in to any occu pation when I finish high school THE RESULTS were revealed by Dr William A Gorham su pervisor of Test Administration for the project When one be gins to read these Dr Gor ham said they are of course amusing However they soon cease to be amusing They are a sad commentary on our high SCHOOL BOYCOTT UNDERMINED mothers not seen in recent days take their children into William Frantz school at New Orleans raising the num ber of white children attending to 10 AP Photofax and undermining a white boycott In background police superintendent Jo seph Giarrusso and uniformed officer watch Police keep heckling crowd across street i David Bell chosen director of budget WASHINGTON W Presi dentelect John F Kennedy Friday announced his selec tion of David E Bell pro fessor of economics at Har vard as his budget director Kennedy made the an nouncement from the door way of his Georgetown home to shivering newsmen stand ing on the sidewalk in near freezing weather Bell 41 secretary of Har vard Littauer Center for Pub lic Administration stood by the presidentelects side as Kennedy made the announce ment The first job for Bell who served as an administrative assistant in the administra tion of President Harry S Truman will be to serve as liaison officer for the incom ing Kennedy administration in discussions with Eisenhow ers budget director Maurice E Stans After that he will have to start tailoring Eisen hower budget recommenda tions to the Kennedy pattern The post to which Kennedy appointed Bell is a key one in any administration The selection of Bell is the third toplevel assignment made by Kennedy outside of his immediate White House staff He tabbed Gov G Mennea Williams of Michigan Thurs day for assistant secretary of state for African affairs and later named Connecticuts Gov Abraham Ribicoff to be secretary of health education and welfare Kennedy and Bell had never met until they conferred at length at the presidentelects home Wednesday evening Bell had been highly recom mended by Truman adminis tration officials ews man j army to rebellion and other common law crimes He said he had received in formation that the population of Port Francqui booed and jeered Lumumba as he was escorted through the town and called him Judas and traitor The arrest he said was made by a company of 180 military police stationed at Port Franc qui Lumumba reached the Ka sai River port by automobile after a desperate fourday flight across the wild bush country east of the capital Port Franc qui is some 500 miles in a straight line from Leopoldville but the distance of the tortuous jungle tracks is much greater Great grandson of Dulles dies of burns NEW YORK UPI The 11North Iowa Generally fair and monthold great grandson of the warmer Friday night and Sat FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES HAVANA Cuba Bitter antiAmerican hostil ity in the governmentcontrolled press and radio sug gested that a heated protest is being planned on a shower of U S space rocket fragments that landed on Cuban soil The case may reach the United Na tions BRUSSELS Belgium The Belgian govern ment has instructed its ambassador in Cairo to lodge a strong protest with the United Arab Republic over President Gamal Abdel Nassers seizure of Belgian firms ELISABETHVILLE Congo Two Evangelical missionaries one a Briton and the other New Zea lander have been hacked to death by Baluba tribes men in north Katanga province CARACAS Venezuela National guard troops and police with tanks and armored cars surrounded the university where 1000 Communists and leftist students have barricaded themselves in a building they called their Stalingrad school products Dr Gorham said that his con clusions were based on a 4 per cent random sample of the 450 000 tested or about 18000 youngsters The full data are now being fed into computers at the University of Pittsburgh and the first complete facts should be available early next year he said The University of Pittsburgh is conducting project talenl under support from the Unitec States Office of Education the National Institute of Menta Health and the Office of Naval Research Dr John C Flanagan of the University is director of the project which has its main office in Washington THE RANDOM sample Dr Gorham said also exploded some myths about the aptitudes of boys versus girls It already showed that girls have just as great a potential for learning mathematics as boys despite the popular notion that girls are no good at math Boys and girls are equally capable of learning foreign languages and of abstract reasoning About the common concept that girls are better at English than boys Dr Gorham said that girls do slightly better in ipelling punctuation grammar usage and capitalization But boys have larger vocabularies late John Foster Dulles burned to death under a faulty electric blanket Friday Mrs Lillian Dulles Hinshaw the late secre tary of states only daughter night25 reported the infant was burned on the back and arms The child David Hinshaw Yoo was the son of Dulles 18yearold grand daughter Janet and Huan Yooi Lodge may seek Kennedys seat WASHINGTON UPI Hen ry Cabot Lodge indicated Fri day he might run again for the Senate to fill the seat being va cated by Presidentelect John F Kennedy Lodge the unsuc 4 n TTu j i jCessful Republican vice presi tp 32 Highs Saturday candidate lost 50s Iowa Generally fair and a littl warmer Friday night and Sat urday Low Friday night 30 to 35 southwest to 25 to 30 north east High Saturday 50 to 55 Outlook forSunday Partly cloudy and mild a Korean University Iowa Temperatures DIVORCE GRANTED LONDON Viv ien Leigh 47 won a divorce Friday from her awardwinning husband Sir Laurence Olivier 53 after testimony disclosed both committed adultery shopping days left USE CHRISTMAS SEALS FIGHT TB will average 5 degrees above normal Friday night through next Wednesday Norma highs are from the lower 30s in the north to the upper 30s in the south Normal lows are from 1315 along the northern border to the lower 20s in the south There will be a warm ing trend early in the period then mild until turning cooler with showers early next Precipitation will average 15 to 25 of an inch Minnesota Increasing cloudi ness warmer Highs Sunday in high 40s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Friday Maximum 25 Minimum 21 At 8 am 25 YEAR AGO Maximum 36 Minimum 20 NEW DRAFT CALL WASHINGTON UPI The Army Friday announced a Jan lary draft quota 6000 men bringing the number it has called since the Ko rean War to 2589930 ate seat to Kennedy in 1952 Im not foreclosing anything now he added SAME Black Flsg Means Traffic Death In Fait 31 Houri Whites Boycott weakens NEW ORLEANS L3 Ten white students returned to classes at integrated William Frantz school Friday sharply undermining the boycott backed iy mothers of the area A small foreign car with two girls drove up in the sunny bu nearfreezing weather catching educed picket lines by sur prise apparently NO ONE JEERED until the wo little girls mounted the chool steps Then the same make car ped up with five children and he Rev Lloyd Foreman ar ived by car with his daughter amela Lynn and two boys The one Negro firstgrade irl brought total attendance at iVilliam Frantz to at least 11 Only three Negro girls at ended the citys other inte grated school McDonogh No 9 at the normal opening hour THE CATCALLS and jeers idnt pack the volume of hursday at William Frantz nd at McDonogh only about 0 women hooted as seven US eputy marshals escorted three egro girls into school The William Frantz pupils driven to school by drivers nlisted by Save Our Schools n organization dedicated to eeping public schools open espite token integration IOWA REPRESENTED DES MOINES J Max eim Clinton is the second lo an serving as a member of the reedom Foundations 1960 wards jury at Valley Forge a Also serving on the jury is hief Justice Theodore Gar eld of the Iowa Supreme Court j Russ dog satellite no longer tracked BEDFORD Mass M The National Space Surveillanc Control center reported Friday that radar tracking on the A1 antic missile range showed only the tumbling rocket body of th Soviet Unions dog satellite in the sky but not the satellit which has been accompanying the rocket The radar observers awaiting the expected pass of the Sput nik XI said that their observations failed to pick up the vehicl vhich had been reported ing two dogs in an orbit around Cooperation is theme of Nixon Rocky meeting he earth Previous radar observations ad shown the last rocket stage and the satellite traveling to gether The satellite was stable The rocket body was tumbling Earlier a spokesman report ed the satellites radio had gone silent Radio Moscow was mum about the whole thing but US scientists said the radar reports indicate the space craft was returned to earth transferred to a new orbit or burned up in the atmosphere The Soviet radios correspond ent said data received from the two dogs means the cosmos is safe a man can be sent there The Tass news agency fol lowed up with many statements by leading scientists heralding the achievement and predicting early manned space flights On the inside Editorials Page 4 CubGazette 5 Clear Lake News 6 Society News 89 MasonCity News 1011 Latest Markets 11 Sports 1314 North Iowa News 15 Maroon and Blue 16 Comics 19 TV Guide 1718 WASHINGTON UPI New York Gov Nelson Rockefeller said Friday that he and Vice President Richard Nixon would work closely together to make he Republican party a con structive minority force Rockefeller made the state ment following an houranda lalf breakfast conference with Nixon in his office at the Cap itol It was their first meeting since the election Rockefeller said he and Nixon recognize the magnitude of the national and in this country faces and plan to keep in touch vith each other on these mai lers Rockefeller strongly denied that he was engaged in any sort of a power struggle with Nixon for leadership of the Republican party Dick is obviously the titular leader of the party because he was the last person to be nomi nated by the Republican na tional convention the governor said DAVID E BELL ABRAHAM RIBICOFF DIRTY CROOKS MIDLAND Tex UPI Po ce reported someone stole everal dozen diapers Thursday r o m the TidyDidy Diaper ervice All of them were dirty SIGN OF CHRISTMAS While Cedar Rapids merchants are preparing for the increased holiday sales and occasional mistake is made in the rush This pic ture is visual proof of a mistake that AP Photofax can be taken two ways The sign was possibly prepared with tonguein cheek by one who has previously ex perienced the frenzy of Christmasshop ping Pope Archbishop of Canterbury talk for hour VATICAN CITY UP Pope John XXIII Friday received the Archbishop of Canterbury in an hourlong meeting the first in history between a pon tiff of the Roman Catholic Church and a primate of the Church of England After the historic meeting both tho Vatican and Church of England released carefully worded communiques That issued for the arch bishop Dr Geoffrey Fisher said Pope John expressed his great desire to increase brotherly feelings among all men and especially among all Christians Both communiques stressed the cordiality of the meeting the 79yearold pontiff met the 73yearold archbishop on the threshold of his private li brary where the historic meeting was held No photo graphs were allowed They shook hands Then Pope John ushered his distinguished visitor to the center of his studio a large brilliantly lighted chamber They took their places at the center table usually reserved for meetings of the pontiff and important personages A statement issued on be half of the Archbishop of Can terbury said he was able to give His Holiness some of the impressions which he had gained from his recent visit to Jerusalem and Istanbul which were of special interest to His Holiness in view of the fact that as apostolic delegate at Istanbul for 10 years he the Pope had close personal experience of the religious situation in the East His Holiness expressed to the archbishop his great de he did on many other increase broth erly feelings among all men and especially among all Chris tians and the archbishop con firmed out of his own knowl edge and experience how keen and widespread was the desire in many churches to act for the same purpose The statement said further It was never intended that this should be an occasion for consideration of particular problems or issues and the meeting retained throughout the character of a visit of courtesy It was marked by happy spirit of cordiality and sympathy such as befitted notable event in the history of church relations With the Pope and the arch bishop was Msgr Archbishop Antonio Samore secretary of the Congregation for Extraor dinary Ecclesiastical Affairs of t h e R o m a n Catholic Church He speaks English and served as interpreter Both communiques indicated that the meeting between the two Christian leaders was most affable but because of its delicate nature the official wording was guarded   

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