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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 13, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Daily Newspaper for Hit MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL ft The newspaper fhat makes all North lowans and United Preis International Full Lease MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY MARCH 13 1961 neighbors 7o a Copy Paper Consists of Four Ill One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGaxette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO 1300 pm Sunday KWLC Decornh 1210 IMS pm Sun WOI Amu 81V pm Tuesday WTAD Qulncy 930 pm Thurs WSlil Iowa City 110 am How TV can multiply one great teacher IMPULSE on meeting up with a course in Spanish presented simultaneously for 6689 pupils in 61 schools is to trot out the word miracle Nor is what Ive told you the whole story Several hundred adults are formally enrolled in that language course and sev eral thousand more sit in on the classes because they are such excellent TV entertain ment Actually theres no miracle about it unless perhaps you still regard television as a miracle as I do Any commu nity with the same resolution and the same resources could duplicate what has been done in this Iowa area Here are the essential in gredients A solid belief on the part of responsible educators that Ian guages are important and that languages can be best learned when one is young A TV station administered by people who believe they have a responsibility to promote edu cation and culture in the area served by it A speech teacher who com bines mastery of subject mat ter groundwork in the princi ples of teaching and a convic tion that learning can be fun A sizable number of class room teachers receptive to new ideas and willing to cooperate in the program to the limit of their ability THESE ARE THE THINGS that gave Spanish the zest of a game for about four thousand sixth graders last year The same formula is bringing fun and satisfaction to 6689 pupils this year about threefifths of them in the sixth grade two fifths in the seventh And even that isnt all of the story Already plans have been com pleted by the seven counties which took the lead in this co operative effort to include he eighth grade in the program along with sixth and sevenfh grades This remarkable program which has had worldwide notice had its inception less than two years ago Two Mason Cilyans M C Martin county super intendent and P 0 Brunsvold Mason City superintendent wondered over a sandwich whether the cause of a foreign language couldnt be advanced on a broad front through the utilization of the electronic medium A SHORT TIME LATER rep resentatives from seven coun ties Cerro Gordo Floyd Franklin Hancock Mitchell Winnebago and Worth were in a huddle on the same subject A contact was established with Douglas Sherwin program di rector for KGLOTV and con versation turned from broad principles to specifics Out of that conference came an offer to make facilities of the station available on a cost basis There was no time to waste Local school boards had to be sold on the proposal 38 schools and 214 classrooms within the 7county area Other schools came in on the program to make the grand total 61 Martin is loud in his praise of the part played by the seven county school boards Their co operation in pooling efforts and money made the program pos sible he emphasizes Without this he adds wed never have got off the ground With the groundwork laid the quest for a qualified teacher started It wasnt easy Tt never is But by a stroke of good for tune the search led to El Paso Texas sent of perhaps the coun trys finest program of lang by TV SALVADOR SIQUEIROS disciple of Carlos Rivera chief architect of the Elso project was Induced to pioneer Iowas program Thatvas Continued en Pifle 2 A portrait of North Iowas second snowstorm in week LEAVE THE DRIVING TO US HAND WARMER FLORIDABOUND TIPPYTOE EMPTY PARK BENCH PATTERN MUSH Orders Feguer to die Snow again ties up N Iowa traffic N ews in a utsheli Schools closed as visibility is cut Highways in North Iowa and southern Minnesota were covered with compacted snow and ice Monday as maintenance crews started their second week of bat tling drifts Arlie Christensen assistant district engineer for the Iowa Highway Commission in Mason City said the road clearance crews got their first real sleep Sunday after fighting snow during the last week FUOM OUR WIRE SERVICES Picasso weds VALLAURIS France Pablo Picasso 79 has married his model and longtime companion Jacqueline Rbcque 33 No crisis now W A S H IN G T ON West Berlins Mayor Wil ly Brandt says he is in clined to believe there will be no new crisis within the next few months but adds per haps later this year Trial opens GOLDEN Colo Jo seph Corbett Jr 2 went on trial here for the kid napmurder of Adolph Coors III wealthy brew er and sportsman Genevabound WASHINGTON U S disarmament nego tiator Arthur H Dean will leave for Geneva Wednesday to prepare for U S British Soviet nuclear test ban talks which resume there March 21 Nabbed in plot HAVANA Informed sources said three Cuban youths have been arrest ed on charges of plotting against the life of Soviet Ambassador Sergei Kud riavtsev Seeks successor W A S HI N G TON Thruston B Morton Re publican national chair man is stepping up his search for a successor with the hope that he can bow out of office within the next few weeks FUMES ARE FATAL ESTHERV1LLE Marcks Eslhcrvillc was found dead Monday of carbon monoxide poisoning in her ga rage Authorities said she had entered the garage by a side door and was overcome while warming up I he car without opening the gilrage door CLOUDY North Iowa Mostly cloudy and diminishing winds Monday night lows 2529 Decreasing cloudiness and warmer Tues day highs 3643 It looks like theyll have another week of it Christensen Partly cloudy to cloudy said The highway commission district office said a strong north cast wind was causing drifting in all areas in North Iowa and southern Minnesota If snow f n fi 11 nnQciJil v linues to fall the roads possibly could be blocked the commis sion office announced If you had to stop suddenly I dont knowhow youd do it Christensen said BUSES DELIVERED childrenlthe snow in ditches depressions Abandon hunt for missing Iowa boy WINTHHOP Authorities said Monday they will wait until to the rural Mason City schools Monday morning but then went and wooded areas melts before they renew a search for 4year back and picked them up afterjold Jimmy Franck There is the announcement was madejlittle point in continuing a super that schools would not open jvised search until the snow cov Osagc schools which were to er melts away said Sheriff reopen after being closed founEmery Hart who haddirected days last week remained closedsearches daily since the son of again Monday when the newMr and Mrs Everett Franck snow started disappeared Tuesday afternoon Most schools in the North Iowa Before the worst snow storm of area announced there would bCjthe season no school Monday A partial list of those reporting includes Klein me Colwell Ventura Osage and Sacred Heart at Osage Clear Lake Kanawha Thornton Fertile Charles City Belmond Joicc Grafton Lake Mills SI Ansgar Plymouth Carpenter Scarville Mcscrvey Manly and Sacred Heart at Manly Manlonlown Ricevillc Shcffield Chapin GarncrHayfield Rock jwcllSwalcdale RuddRockford Marble Rock Central Heights Mason City Burchinal No 1 Buffalo Center Nora Springs Rock Falls NorthwoodKensctt Alexander Forest CityLeland Greene CorwilhWcslcy ABOUT THREE inches of heavy snow fell in the Mason City area but Charles City re ported an unofficial six Jefferson registered the top mark in Iowa 254 inches of rain and four inches of snow Gulhric Center and Correction ville also had more than two inches of rain as well as snow Monday morning flights of Oxark Lines were passing over Mason City unable to land at the Mason City Municipal Air port Ceiling was 200 feel vis ibility from a quarter to half mile and the northwest runway was already blocked by snow Runways were opened by early afternoon and the after noon and evening flights were expected to come in Buses and trains were not far off schedule however although tlie going was rough BLAIR GETS POST WASHINGTON WPrcsiclcnt Kennedy has picked William McCormick Blair Jr 43 Chi cago a law partner of Adlai Stevenson as ambassador to Denmark SAME Iowa Safety Department Figures Black Flac Means trafflo Death in Past 21 Hours Monday night with snow ex treme east ending in early evening colder south lows 25 north to 30 south Generally fair Tuesday warmer east and south highs 40 north to near 50 south Further out look Partly cloudy Wednes day Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average 4 to 6 degrees above normal Tuesday through Saturday Normal highs are from near 40 north to upper 40s south Normal lows are from the lower 20s north to the lower 30s south Cold at the beginning of the period followed by a slow warming trend Precipitation will average 25 to 50 of an inch in rain Wednesday and again Friday Minnesota Cloudy snow in south No temperature change Highs Tuesday 3242 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Monday Maximum 38 Minimum 5 Precipitation 11 U snow Sunrise Sunset GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Sunday Maximum 37 Minimum 12 Physicians slayer calm at sentencing WATERLOO TjPI An exconvict who spent his youth plotting how to commit the perfect crime Monday was sentenced to hang for the kidnapslaying of a prominent Dubuque physician Federal District Judge Henry N Graven handed down the sentence for Victor Harry Feguer which had been recommended by a jury Sunday He did not set a date for the execution Before passing sentence Graven asked Feguer 25 St Johns Mich if he wished to make any statement in his own behalf No I do not Feguer replied Graven then imposed a sentence of death by hanging in the Iowa State Penitentiary at Fort Madison Feguers court appointed defense attorneys will file a notice of appeal shortly the U S Circuit Court of Appeals at St Louis as is re quired in federal cases involving the death penalty Feguer had been found guilty of the coldblooded vicious kidnapslaying of Dr Edward Suit against GE dismissed PEORIA 111 W A suit against R Bartels 34 by a federal jury General Electric Co was dis million damage missed Monday by a U S dis trict court Judge upheld a dismissal motion byi Implied consent bill OKd FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES DES MOINES The Iowa House Monday finally passed an implied consent drivers li Frederick 0 Mercer OI me f sPecialnot GEs attorney Timothy Swain la lonely field asserting that the complaint was insufficient and asking for a summary judgment The suit was filed by J Orioni Brunk and of Peoria Mary They Brown both asked damages on behalf of triple them selves and 50 million other GE retail customers They cited GEs admission in another case that some GE officials had joined other firms in practices tending toward price fixing and large contracts AVE MEETS SHAH TEHRAN Iran am bassadoratlarge W Averell Harriman arrived Monday for a two day conference with the Shah of Iran cense bill 9010 after four earl BEFORE PASSING sentenceier attempts for final approval Graven said there was one facet tnjs sessjon had failed of the case of which he took The bi which House fin ally approved was an amend ment by Rep Tom Riley R Cedar Rapids Rileys amend ment was a complete substi tute for the original measure which had been sponsored by 14 legislators and endorsed by the committee on safety and jlaw enforcement in Jo Daviess C o u n t y Illi nois the night i iof July 1960 when Dr Edward Roy had left home on an errand of mercy was shot and killed without mer FEGUER BASICALLY the Riley amentf ment which now goes to the Senate in bill form would re jquire holders of Iowa drivers licenses to submit to chemical This was a reference to the tests to determine whether they fact that Feguer contended thatiare intoxicated someone else t had done thej Acceptance of a drivers It actual shooting The governmentjccnsc carry wjlh lne jm contended that Feguer shot andpjcd tj submit to the killed Bartels deliberately at the request of anypeace Graven said that in view wno had reasonable Two Yanks go on trial in Russian spy charge the evidence he would follow the recommendation of the jury About 100 persons were in the LONDON An American couple and three others charged with stealing naval se crets and passing them on to the Russians pleaded innocent Monday at the opening of Britains biggest spy trial since atom spy Klaus Fuchs was convicted a decade ago The famed main courtroom of the Old Bailey where Fuchs was found guilty of giv ing the Soviet Union the keys to the atomic filled as the case opened before Lord Parker the chief justice The accused are Gordon A Lonsdale 37 company director holding a passport but be lieved by the govirnment to bt a Russian Peter John Kroger 50 tillir his wife Helen 47 who the US Federal Bureau of Investigation says are Mor ris Cohen and his wife Lola American citizens and former residents of New York City Harry Frederick Houghton 55 and his fiancee Ethel Elii abeth Gee 46 both British civil servants The government claims they stole secrets from the British navys underwater weapons base Miss Gee passed them to Moscow over a highspeed radio transmitter hidden in the Krogers home Among the secrets which came into their hands the pro secution claims were drawings of Dreadnought the British nuclear submarine based on designs supplied by the United States The attorney general Sir when Feguer was However Bartels widow Ruth grounds for suspecting the motorist of being under the in fluence of alcohol However before a driver pccted of intoxication would ba courtroom sentenced attractive gave six j arrest b f met his death was not present lfccr demand that t bir h to their fourth child I months after her husband p as she had been when the jury received the Neither was Roy case Saturday Bartels father motorist submit to a test AN AMENDMENT to Riley plan which had been ap WHEN ASKED if h had nyiproved at an earlier debate oo Reginald ManninghamButler Statement to make F c g u e rljc bill was rewritten Monday headed the prosecution The walked steadily to the bench The action struck out a prpvi government contends that and made his reply in a wellsion for the safety commission Houghton and Miss Gee jconlrolled voice cr to revoke a license in the passed secret information to I He retained his composure as event a person under arrest was Lonsdale who relayed it to the I the sentence was pronounced willing to submit to cither the rings communication the innocentlooking bungalow in suburban Ruislip occupied by the Krogers The trial is expected to last a week Conviction carries a minimum penalty of three years and a maximum of seven The five were arrested Jan 7 At preliminary hearing last month the prosecution told of elaborate espionage appara tus including devices for pro ducing microscopic copies of messages and Chinese scrolls containing secret compart ments He was returned to the Black Hawk County Jail where he has been held since he was returned to Iowa from Birmingham Ala where he had been arrested nine clays after Bartels was killed On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 67 Mason City News 89 Latest Markets 9 Sports 1112 Comics 14 News Quit 15 North Iowa News 27 Clear Lake1 News urine or breath test instead of a blood test That amendment was offered by Rep Richard Stagcman RCouncil Bluffs Stagcmans earlier amendment had included a saliva test as well as urine or breath tests The Riley measure was fur thcr amended to provide fop direct appeal to district court from safety department sus pension of licenses on suspicion of driving while intoxicated An other change would provide for la sixmonth suspension on offense of refusing to sub I mil to a chemical test for intoxN jcation f   

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