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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 16, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edittd for ttw Homt VOL MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper that makes all North I owans neighbors MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JANUARY 16 1961 Copy This Paper Consists of Four SectionsSection On HOME EDITION Associated Press and United Press International Full Lease Wires No II One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO U3UIH pm Sunday KWLC Oecorah 12401 pm Sun W01 Ames 64fl pm Tuesday WTAD Quincy 930 pm Tburs WSUI Iowa City 9101 am Sat When men rise to full height ONE OF THE MOST heart warming books Of our time came off the press about five years ago In my review of it I opened up with this comment On days when you are ini clined to doubt whether theres any goodness left in the human animal Assuming you have yOUR TAXES WILL such Budget Director Maurice Stans poses Profiles in Courage and in Washington with a chart showing its author is a personable young Senator from Massachusetts John Fitzgerald Kennedy The story behind the writing of the book I pointed out was as impressive as the story or more accurately the series of stories related within the cov ers of the 266page volume It had been written by the then 38yearold Kennedy during his long weeks of convalescence from surgery repairing a spinal injury suffered when his ship was rammed in two while at tacking a Japanese destroyer in the Solomons AP Photolax its money to come from and where it expects it to go in the fiscal year begin where the federal government expects ning next July 1 billion asked in Ikes last budget WASHINGTON UBPresidenton all those who mail letters Eisenh ower commen de d her kPrihnwer Monday sent Coni travel in airplanes or use the suggestions to President elect ttlem disorders again ei Hear signals from sunken radar post Negroes back in classes No unrest on campus ATHENS Ga dfi Two young Negroes returned in peace Monday to classes at the Uni versity of Georgia which sus pended them last Wednesday night after campus riots follow ing their admission under a fed eral court order Charlayne A Hunter 18 and Hamilton E Holmes 19 first Negroes ever to be admitted to the 175 year old university came back in a cold drizzlingj owerTvhichcollapsed in the Atlantic Ocean 80 miles ram from their homes in At1 lanta under another federal or der forbidding the university from again suspending or ex AP Photofax TEXAS TOWER This is the Air Force radar Texas Wrecked by huge storm 28 men on board for damage wrought by hurricane Donna last Septem Eisenhower Monday sent Conj travel in airplanes or use the gress an billion farewellnations highways Kennedy and the Congress witherupt writer nor a trained historian he performed an amazing piece of research and documentation to come up with an inspiring re 11 vnla hvi e Solomons calling for a billion Most of his action proposals out advancing specific legisla While neither a professional dependent on the willwere retreads but the 1040tion ti 4v n i iirt H nicrnri an r i i 1 i i 1 r j i of Congress John F budget book did include On the facts and figures THERE WERE no resump tions of last weeks demonstra and fate ithese ideas which he formally i Eisenhower forecast f e d e r a 1 To finance the projected surisuggested for the first time spending of 580865000000 in fis UK for the 1962 fiscal Year that The possible creation of a cal 1962 and revenues of Miss Hunter stepped from a had sca collection of the role played July 1 Eisenhower White House job courage in the pages ol united increase federal fees and taxesperhaps carrying the title first States Senate history Now another excerpt from my review of the book in April 1956 JOHN F KENNEDY hap pens to be a Democrat He beat Henry Cabot Lodge for reelecj tion in 1952 But his book trans cends partisanship One of his outstanding chapters for ex ample is given over to Robert A Taft with whom politically1 secretary of the government The post would be filled by a circled the block several times For the indicated surplus of She entered her dormitory at to become a real ity 18 months hence these de presidential appointee who1 velopments would be necessary would outrank Cabinet mem 1 Congress would have to in bers and act as a sort of assis crease postal rates details not am Five white men in plain clothes who accompanied her kept a close watch on the area The watch disclosed only the tant president both at home and spelled vote higher taxesinormal traffic of any college abroad WASH N G T 0 N Any American citizen who has on gasoline 4Vi cents a gallon I campus I plodded through the topsy iinstead of 4 cents and establish Holmes walked into his class turvy turmoil of moving THE ESTABLISHMENT of a a new tax on jet fuel Ajr faresjroom at am accompan knows whats been going on new Cabinetlevel department snould be adjusted promptly toied by three white men He en at the White House of transportation plus an efcover any aviation gas tax intered a different building fromi Trucks have been coming At in P1 nfrlPP nf PX ju ii j i 4 u ficiencypromoting office of excrease Eisenhower said ecutive management within the that where Miss Hunter was in and going for more than a he wasseldom in agreement North Generally fair Moni White House organization day night and Tuesday Cold In the very first paragraph of the preface to in Cour age Kennedy set forth what it that turned him to the writ ing of the book and something of his objectives He wrote Since first reading long before I entered the Senate er Monday night lows 1520 A little warmer Tuesday highs in the 40s Howa Mostly cloudy central and east clearing west Monday night little colder east and south central lows 1520 Gen colder Wednesday an account of John Quincy Adams and his struggle with the Federalist Party I have been interested in the problems of political courage in the face of constituent pressures and the light shed on it by the lives of past statesmen A long period of hospitaliza tion and convalescence follow ing a spinal operation in Octo ber 1954 gave me my first op portunity to do the reading and er Friday or Saturday research necessary for this project i BY THIS TIME of course it Pesch named Iowas safety commissioner class Miss Hunter and Holmes were driven to Athens starting be fore dawn by their attorney Donald L Hollowell and the Rev Samuel W Williams pres ident of the Atlanta branch of the National Association for the Kennedy would have to of Colored people 2 THE SOFAR mild reces sion would have to stop in its tracks and give way to a grad ual recovery that would lift the economy to record levels by the end of the current calendar year FROM OUK WIRE SERVICES NEW YORK The Coast Guard reported Monday that rescue vessels apparently have established contact with sur vivors trapped in the wreckage of a sunken radar tower which collapsed Sunday night during an Atlantic storm Twentyeight airmen and con struction workers were on the million Texas Tower No 4 when it disappeared in the sav age sea The Coast Guard said the fol southeast of New York City There were 28 men Slowing message was received aboard the structure which was undergoing from the aircraft carrier Wasp t the scene of the collapse in 80 feet of water 65 miles of Barnegat N J AT THIS morning USS McCaffrey at Texas Tower leard tapping noices on sonar They exchanged tapping signals Mow was heard what may be tiuman voice over sonar Definite possibility survivors trapped in an air bubble in the tower structure Am attempting Scuba skin diving dive structure is en itirely below the surface Depth burg Pa that for the national not known records Request all possible salvage There are like assistance earliest 1 E G Rau vice presidcnl and chief engineer of J Rich Steers Inc the firm that built and handled maintenance of the tower said there were no inten tional w a t c rtight compart on the tower But he said Furniture that is A moving scene at White House a golf bag shaped like the Washington Monument a sil ver punch bowl from Burma a stone Buddha from Cambo week carrying away boxes crates more boxes more crates Its been a gradual process But by Monday afternoon the personal belongings except sent to the Abilene museum dia Oriental rugs a 100year old cowbell Eisenhower has said there are 18000 gifts he has re ceived in eight years of being gone down there may be air personal oeiongmgs except i seiu iu uic nuntn for clothes of President and Other items have been sent to the compartments could contain strain his enthusiasm for a va riety of new and expanded pro erallv fair Tuesday warmer DES MOINES UP Carl which presumably stand southeast highs 40s north to Pesch31 former assistant atiahead of the new frontier r near 50 south Further outlook jtorney general Monday was The incoming president wontj excitement Sunday night when Generally fair and a little nominated for state safety a budget of his own this LJ I Upon arrival in Athens they transferred to other cars AN ARMED prowler created missioner Erbe by Gov Norman lyear But hell suggest piece FiveDay Iowa Temperatures It was the first appointment will average 3 to 5 degrees by the Republican governor who above normal Normal maxiitook office last Thursday The he appeared at a dormitory and told a guard he was looking for meal changes in Eisenhowers the Negro girl enrolled in the budget For the current fiscal year Eisenhower foresaw revenues school Police were told he drew a gun when asked to identify himself relieved the guard of WCi lULCOaVV mums 27 to 32 normal miniDomination is subject to S79 024 000 000 and spending his gun and fled mums 8 to 15 Mild colder Wednesday and warm Pesch succeeds Donald Stat of 878945000000 The projected rescn succeeds uonam of million was a longiordered the two readmitted and nd b k d hi f the No on 3a Boone who resigned efway from the 2 billion ofenjoined school and state offij Museum aT Abt precipitation of consequencefecUve Jan 20 Station was anblack jnk which thc chief execudais from again removing themj blsenllovvcr with light rain or snow Wedappointee of Democratic Gov tiye predicted a year ago whenon the ground that unruly derni nesday or Thursday Herschel Loveless economic prospects were brightonstrations endanger their per Mrs Eisenhower were the Smithsonian Institution SOME GIFTS were personal ones meant just for the Get tysburg country home await ing thc Eisenhowers These include cattle horses a flag pole a fancy S4000 tractor cultivator and even a putting green Fortunately M r s Eisen hower doesnt have to worry about packing pots and pans at the White House dishes or big pieces of furniture to be gone from their home of the past eight years MOVING ISdifficult for any American For an American president it is a gigantic task almost like moving history Lt Col John Eisenhower has been supervising the ex odus for his parents The General Services Administra TT c TV T A A T tion is doingthe moving U S Dist Judge W A Bootlei T h e r c are to be Officials said however that chances of rescuing any of the men were remote Water temperature in the area was 48 degrees the Coast Guard said At least one skin diver was at the scene anda helicop ter was enroute to the Wasp with four more of A native of Mount Pleasant is clear why I am returning tojMinnesota Variable cloudinessPesch was a member of Erbes the Kennedy book The author through Tuesday Highs Tuesjstaff wnen the new governor was is more than a personable young Senator from Massa chusetts He is about to be come President of the United States the worlds most exalted political post Is it not reasonable to assume that in this book well be find ing some forecasts of his be havior in the White House His day 2838 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Monday Maximum 29 Minimum 19 At 8 am 22 attorney general Pesch was as signed as counsel to the State Department of Public Safety from July 1 1959 to April 1960 Since then his work has been with the State Board of Control Peschs salary will be GlobeGazette weather dataa year He is the youngest safety queline Kennedy er THE KENNEDY camp is just about convinced that a current year deficit is inevitable regard less of federal moves between now and June 30 The big ques tion bothering the incoming ad ministration is whether fiscal 1962 may not also show a defi sonal safety Travel to Cuba banned WAS H I N G T 0 N W whether some red inkiUnited States Monday banned up to 8 am Sunday Maximum subjects in this book put prin Minimum ciple above expediency Thats why he wrote about them All this is a part of the fabric of John F Kennedy How could be otherwise Profiles in Courage deals with eight men all U S Sen ators John Quincy Adams 30 25 c o m missioner since Russelljperhaps would be desirable Brown who was 32 when apstimulate the economy ipointcd by Loveless by Americans to Cubaj this country can no longer J Daniel Webster Thomas Hart Benton Sam Houston Edmund G Ross Lucius Quintus Cincin natus Lamar George Norris and Robert A Taft Each provided John Kennedy with a wonderful story but in this review 1 must confine myself to the four with greatest relevance to our next President In dealing with his fellow Massachusetts citizen Daniel Webster Kennedy began by pointing to his weaknesses as well as to his strengths There were it seems some strange contradictions in his moral N Ifl FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON J Edward Day President elect John Kennedys choice for postmaster general won quick and unanimous approval from the Senate Post Office and Civil Service committee NEW YORK Manhattan Borough President Hulan E Jack was given a oneyear suspended sen tence for conspiracy and violation of the city charter in a remodeling deal VIENTIANE Laos Rebel capture of the key staging base of Ta Vieng dealt a major blow over the weekend to government plans to attack Communist forces to the north Soldiers and civilians began dig ging trenches in Vientiane and Luang Prabang as the new Red offensive posed a threat to both cities LEOPOLDVILLE Congo Baluba warriors at Under the Eisenhower plan Profvjdc Potion to the prospects of achieving a preAmericans there carious fiscal 1961 surplus hinge The travel embargo takes ef on a quick business turnaround feet in about 48 hours and the voting of higher postal An exception is provided for rates by April 1 persons whose travel to Cuba is Defense Department military regarded by the State Depart outlays are up billion to as being in the best m 9 billion This would help payjterests of the United States for five new Polaris missile subThis includes newsmen and marines an expanded Minute man ICBM program work on a businessmen with previously es tablished interests in Cuba system promising a 15minute A similar offlimits ban now warning of any missile attackapplies lo four Communist coun standards He wasnt averse toj a hospital at Luena and severely wounded a taking financial favors from doctor The U N command said Congolese those benefited by legislation aso fjre on Moroccan soldiers of the United Continued en 2 Nations stationed in the same Katanga town and replacement of part of the military airlift fleet much of which is approaching obsoles cence SAME DATE1WO27 tries with whom the United States has no diplomatic rela tions Those countries are Red China Albania North Korea and North Viet Nam On the inside Editorials Page 4 Socitty 67 North Iowa Newt 14 1516 Comics 18 Mason Crty Ntws 20 Lattst Markets 21 Cltar Ntws AP Photofax MACHINE FIGHTS BACK No this isnt a scoop on a murder Some workmen painted teeth on front loader bulldozer then stuck a dummy in its ONE BODY a shattered small boat and drifting debris were recovered early Monday about 16 miles from the tower site The a type called Texas Towers because they What to bring to those copiecl from oil personal living quarters now rigs in lhe of is thc problem of young Jacjparl of the Air Force warnjng system A sort of radar island it was triangular in shape 67 feet tall and 187 feet long on each of the three sides Three huge domes laden with electronic equipment rose from the top The tower whose concrete j pilings were damaged in last Septembers Hurricane Donna had been under repair when hit by Sunday nights raging winds iand high seas It was situated J66 miles east of Barnegat light IN J The first hint that the 14 Air Force men and 14 civilian work ers were in trouble aboard the a Texas Tower at p m when a J Navy ship picked up a distress signal THE VESSEL the Talk17 a Navy ship that supplied the tower was only 12 miles away when it received the May Day or SOS The message said the lower was swaying greatly For 10 suspcnseful minutes the ship fighting high winds and 35foot waves maintained radar and radio contact with the doomed tower Suddenly the towers radar image disap peared Normally 75 men are aboard the tower but the complement was reduced when the hurricane damage was discovered HELP FROM RUSSIA JAKARTA Indonesia Jt was such a trafficstopper that Watertown Mass Soviet Union signed a contract police had to take it down Mike Woods looks over big over the weekend to build Indo ncsia two atomic reactors   

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