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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 13, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Idited for ttw VOL MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper that makes ill North I o vans neighbors Preu ud Called Preu Full MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY MAY 13 W1 Copy lThli Piper ConsUU of Two Stctioufecttoo OM HOME EDITION Nt 1M A bit of humor by Adlai U N likes his attitude By MARTIN G BERCK New York Herald Tribune Ntws Service UNITED NATIONS N Y Adlai Stevensons flashes of humor penetrate even the densesl clouds hanging over the United States Mission to the UN which he heads Though official silence on the abortive Cuban invasion is the rule at least for the moment at the United States mission and General Assembly debate on the question may have been the most difficult episode in Stevensons career there is no check on the Stevensonian tendency to jest and lampoon He told a group the other night that the Cuban debate and its aftermath reminded him of the way Mrs Franklin D Roosevelt described her mail after she ap peared on a television commercial for margarine IT WAS ABOUT equally divided he quoted her as say ing One half was sad because I had damaged my reputation The other half was happy because I had damaged my reputation Stevenson brought to the UN a reputation for wit and elo quence and a brand of liberalism most delegations found attractive Despite whatever embarrassment the United States may have suf fered in the Cuban affair he re mained the assembly sessions dominant figure Henry Cabot Lodge the Eisen hower administrations chief dele gate seemed to cast himself i the role of a knight in shinin armor going out to slap the Com munist dragon and was noted fo delivering angry counterblast both on and off the floor to ever Soviet attack Stevenson sometimes could ac complish the same thing bu with an air of good humor Only recently he recalled tha during World War II in Washing ton it was said that one eithe had a heart attack or ulcers o developed a sense of humor sometimes think that it is a sense of humor that has saved us here he added EXPOSED TO the sessions firs full Soviet denunciation of the West Stevenson who was member of the mission during the early days of the cold war in 1948 and 1947 remarked Well this is where I came in When a friend congratulate him on the 5914 vote in favor o the US position in the recen Korea debate Stevenson re marked What a paradox Ive spent half my life trying not to be an advocate of the cold war but here I am praised by all my friends for being such a good cole war warrior But he can shake a fist while invoking history and philosophy when the situation required Anc as he did during two presidential campaigns as Democratic candi date he would agonize for two or three hours pencil in hand on legalsize yellow pads to polish a speech f Lodge employed short sentences in a simple and direct style Booming them out in a parade ground voice at a fairly rapid clip Stevenson in a thinner al most reedy voice uses a rising andfalling manner of oratory He appears to speak more slowly though a stenotypist swears the wordsperminute rate is the same OUTSIDE THE UNs meeting rooms both men were far too busy to spend much time taking their ease in the delegates lounges where much of the UNs behindthescenes business is transacted In view of many delegates Lodge was a proper Bostonian who tried hard to be a friend of many delegates but was not al ways successful because of a rather aloof manner Despite his Princetonian bent Stevenson is more of a gregarious expansive midwesterner who seeks out people Showing special cordiality to the new African ambassadors Steven son has visited many in their homes He can be seen sitting on the floor listening to music with group of Africans visiting the Greenwich Village apartment of an upper Voltan diplomat and ap parently having the time of his lift I GlobeGazette photo by Jo Moore MOTHERS DAY HAS SPECIAL Oliver De Wald Mrs Jerry Haxton Mrs Wally Mothers Day Sunday has special meaning for the Smeby and Mrs Michael Shanks back row Mrs new young mothers Ogling their young ones Robert Boyd Mrs Eugene Thomsen Clear Lake and through the nursery window at Mercy Hospital are Mrs Frank Livers Holding Mrs Shanks new front row left to Mrs Donald Elsbury Mrs daughter is Kathryn Swaroff a student nurse 2car accident follows prom Fun night turns into tragedy rom Our Wire Services MARSHALLTOWN A gala night of fun for a group of State Center High School youths turned into tragedy early Satur day on a slight curve on a road near here Two cars one of them said o be over the center line of he road smashed together kill ing Steven Goecke 17 the son of Mr and Mrs Earl Goecke State Center Three other teenagers in his car were injured one critically The youths were en route home from the State Center JuniorSenior Prom held at the Elmwood Country Club here The teenagers were heading for an allnight party planned by parents at State Center The party was called off when word of the tragedy was received Highway patrolmen said a car registered to Les Grimm 53 DesMoines was over the center line of Iowa 330 about 3 mile west of here Patrolman James Lueder said Theres no doubt about it the car was over the cente line The patrol and other of ficials were searching for man believed to have run ou of Grimmscar after the acci dent Grimm received a skull frac ture Authorities said he denie driving the car Witnesses told Marshall Coun CHANCE of RAIN Iowa Considerable cloudiness Showers and thunderstorms and cooler northwest and ex treme west and a few scat tered showers east portion Saturday afternoon Showers and thunderstorms over state Saturday night and Sunday Strong shifting winds and turning much cooler west and central Sunday Low Saturday upper 40s extreme northwest to 60 to 65 southeast Highs Sunday 50s extreme northwest to 70s in southwest Minnesota Partly cloudy north west mostly cloudy with scat tered showers and thunder storms east and south por tions Cooler or turning cooler most of east and south por tions Saturday afternoon Cooler Saturday night excep extreme northwest and cooler southeast Sunday Lows Sat urday 30 to 40 north 40 to 55 south Highs Sunday 55 to 61 north 60 to 70 south GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Saturday Effective July 4 Antimarriage mill bill signed by governor Maximum Minimum Sunrise Sunset 87 60 Boone youth is accident victim BOONE Mt George Parker 8 Boone was killed and four ither young people injured in a necar accident at Ledges State ark Friday night Parker was a son of Mr and Mrs George Parker of Boone The car young arker was driving was goin down a hill from the state gams arm to the Ledges Parker lost control the car ran into a ditch he occupants were thrown out nd the car landed on top of arker SAM I DATI1tMU7 DES MOINES era of quickie marriages in Iowa will end July 4 A bill passed by the legis lature and signed Friday by Gov Norman Erbe will go into effect on that date It requires a threeday wait ing period between the time application is made for a marriage license and the time it can be issued No waiting period has been required up to now and many couples es pecially young ones have come into Iowa to avoid wait ing periods in adjacent states The bill authorizes marriage license applications by mail for any outstaters wishing to be married in Iowa This will eliminate the need of their making two trips to the stale Gov Erbe signed a total of 23 bills Friday and still has 20 others on his desk Among those approved were the fol lowing appropriation bills For buildings at board of regents institutions 000 increasing agricultural land tax credits from million to million for completion of the sanitary sewer in the Lake Okoboji Spirit Lake area To help the Ames School District with its building prob lems to develop lakes and carry on other im provements in the state parks to acquire property for a proposed arti ficial lake in Cass County to dredge North Twin Lake in Calhoun Coun ty N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Truckers wives protest WASHINGTON About 40 wives of automo bile transport truck drivers picketed in front of the White House protesting what they called rate cutting by railroads They were seeking action to prohibit railroads from piggyback hauling of new automo biles which has forced motor carriers to lay off more than 4000 truck drivers in the past year Sandbags whip floods ST LOUIS Sandbags triumphed over flood crests in embattled middle western towns City after city reported their levees were holding against the ponderous crests which have moved down rivers in Illinois Indiana and Missouri Johnson reaches Manila MANILA Vice President Lyndon B Johnson flew in from Saigon to assure jittery Filipinos that the United States will not let the Communists take over Southeast Asia Despite pouring rain and steamy 90degree heat about 500000 of Manilas 2 million people turned out to cheer Johnson n Reconcile tax muddle ST PAUL Minnesotas 10man legislative tax conference committee is continuing discussions be hind closed doors The unit is charged with reconcil ing House and Senate versions of the omnibus tax bills and their deliberations are expected to have a primary bearing on the length of the special session ty Sheriff Asa Landes that they were sure at least one other person was in the car but au thorities have not found the per son They said several cans of beer were found in the front seat o Grimms car One of the can was opened Landes said Marshall County Medical Ex aminer Dr A T Sauer sal Goecke a junior was killed in stantly in the crash He wa pinned behind the wheel in th wreckage and it took 1 hour an 45 minutes to free him Most critically injured wa Ann Hilleman 17 a junior a the high school She was hos pitalized at Des Moines witl severe head injuries Also injured was Beverly Dat ers 18 a senior listed in satis factory condition at Marshall town and Kenneth Westphal 17 also a senior He was in good condition with face cuts Authorities said they were in vestigating to determine if crim nal charges would be filed in the crash Three Demos in Chicago indicted in vote fraud CHICAGO West Side Chicago Democratic pre cinct workers are the first per sons to be indicted by a county grand jury probing fraud charg es in the November presidential election Indictments were returned against Sam Jantelezio a pre cinct captain and his two assis ants Thomas Compobasso and Michael Gibellina Richard M Nixon lost Illinois key 27 electoral votes to John Kennedy by a few thousand otes Republicans have charged hey were stolen from Nixon hrough vote frauds in Demo raticdominated Chicago wards The indicted men were pub ic employes Special assistant states attor ey Morris J Wexler who heads he probe said paper ballots rom the precinct were analyzed y the FBI earlier this month He said erasures and new Xs were discovered REPORTER FREED HAVANA Uf Associated ress reporter Robert Berrellez as released from La Cabana ortress prison Friday night Berrellez was among those ar ested in a big roundup carried ut by Cuban authorities at the me of last months abortive in asiou attempt On the inside Clear Lake News Page 3 Editorials 4 CubGazette 5 Church News e7 North Iowa I Comics Society News 10 Sports 1111 Latest Markets 14 Mason City News 1415 Bwsintis News 1417 Ceasefire pact formally signed in Lads jungle Roadblock by Russia at Geneva GENEVA UPI Secretary of State Dean Rusk said Satur day a onehour meeting with Soviet Foreign Minister Andre Gromyko failed to break the EastWest deadlock delaying the start of the 14nation Laos peace conference Rusk charged the Russians with having injected a new condition into the conference ground rules by insisting on giving the Communist rebels equal representation with pro Western and neutralist delegates from Laos at the meeting The secretary told newsmen that the U S delegation to the Laos peace conference wa ready to meet on 10 minutes notice but could not sit down now until the dispute on Laotian seating was resolved CONCERNING HIS talks with the Soviet foreign minister Rusk said there was no prog ress yet Rusk accused the Russians o throwing up a lastminute bar rier to prevent the conferenc from opening On their demand for rebe representation the U S officia said This is not the basis o which we were invited and cam to this conference The secretary declined to pre diet when the conference migh open When newsmen asked him this he simply laughed and said Dont give up your rooms joys ASKED WHETHER the United States had any intention of giv ng in to the Soviet demand said We will have to talk this ole thing over among the delegations I do not know what he answer is going to be He said the Russian condition vas contrary to the basis on vhich the conference was set up when only representation of egallyrecognized governments as called for Rusk made no mention of when he would next meet with romyko But Gromyko himself said following the session that the conversation was not con cluded TRIAL RECESSED GLENWOOD first de Tee murder trial of Charles 20 Minneapolis was nearing its end Saturday with he jury adjourned for the week nd The young defendant is accused of participating with a ompanion in a crime spree hat ended in a lulling at Coun il Bluffs KISS OF FREEDOM The Owl Banghart 60year old last member of the boot legera Roger Touhy gang be hind bars kisses the wife who has waited 28 years for his freedom He has been pa roled from Stateville 111 where he was imprisoned in 1934 with Touhy for the dis puted kidnaping of John Jake the Barber Factor a crime he insists he did not commit 29 homes gutted in brush fire HOLLYWOOD Calif W Fire swept through the scenic rushcovered Hollywood Hills with explosive fury Friday night leaving many homes des royed or damaged The flames pushed by gusts up to 40 mph blackened more more than 1000 acres before ire fighters got the upper hand here were no reports of seri us injuries SCORES OF residents were vacuated from the elevated esidential district a mile or so rom Hollywood and Sunset oulevards All of the homes burned or hreatened were on hillsides near Griffith Park Observa ory Among those lost was lovelist Aldous Huxleys Observers counted 29 homes pparently destroyed or heavi y damaged The blaze started about iear Beachwood Canyon an rea often used for scenes in Western films WITHIN 17 minutes after the irst alarm officials declared major emergency Powerful swept the flames through rush crisp from one of the riest years in the areas his ory Talks due to open at once BAN NAMONE Laos o r m a 1 ceasefire document vas signed here Saturday by delegations from the govern ment and the proCommunist rebels They agreed to open ullscale military and political alks here Sunday Delegations from the pro Western government in Vien iane the leftist Pathet Lao rebels and neutralist political groups will participate in the talks aimed at setting up a coalition government and pos sibly sending a unified Laotian delegation to the 14nation con ference in Geneva Separate delegations already are in Ge neva IN BAN NAMONE village in rebel territory there was speculation that the talks here could eventually lead to a meet ing among the three key figures in the Laotian political tangle neutralist Prince Suvanna Pho uma Prince Souvanouvong chief of the Pathet Lao and Gen Phoumi Nosavan military strongman of the Vientiane gov ernment A communique signed by all three groups who met in the presence of International Con trol Comission members in this jungle village recalled that mil tary commanders had given the order for a ceasefire to all units in Laos on May 3 But he communique added cer ain violations of the ceasefire have occurred in certain places It made no specific reference o recent attacks on progovern ment Meo tribesmen who control mountaintops far behind the ines of Sovietsupplied Pathet ao rebels THE THREE sides pledged fa enew orders to their respective military commanders to ensure ic ceasefire was being effec ely enforced The formal move in a com munique signed by representa ives of the three factions was big step to give the shaky easefire in Laos a firmer foun ation It could also clear the way to tart the Geneva conference on aos The Geneva talks were eing held up by a procedural1 ispute over which Laotian dele ation should be represented The decision to open political nd military negotiations rep esented a considerable conces ion on the part of the Royal iaotian government AP HOMES BURN IN HOLLYWOOD HILLS Fire consumes a home back ground and approaches another fore or two from the downtown section of the film city These homes are in the Beechwood Drive area where the blaza ground as a raging brush blae swept began about midevening through the Hollywood hills just a mila   

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