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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 20, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Daily Newspaper iditat lor Hw MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The VOL 99 newspaper that makes all North Awoclated Press tnd Onlttd international mil Wire MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JULY 20 1961 neighbors To a Copy Paper Consists of Four SectionsSection No 244 President wont call Reserves now Business executives i j on campus Training pays off By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Resident Bureau WASHINGTON Businessmen are back in college this summer on composes throughout the na tion Colleges and universities are extending their facilities to indi vidual companies for special edu cational or training programs or running refresher courses of their own to which the business com munity is invited A pioneer program of this sort was the Institute of Humanistic Studies for Executives established in September 1953 at the Univer sity of Pennsylvania under spon sorship of the Bell Telephone Co of Pennsylvania Bell system comi panies granted 17 middlerun man agement executives ten month leaves of absence with full pay to attend the institute The curj riculum was not management i training but liberal arts THE BELL experiment was genj erally rated ajsuccess Students appeared to have increased self confidence heightened objectivity and improved ability to make de cisions The idea quickly caught on though on a reduced scale The Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies in Colorado experimented with organized twoweek summer sessions for business executives Pomona Col lege offered twoweek cram cour ses in literature philosophy and poetry The Case Institute of Tech nology which had a management development program added a number of courses in the human ities An indirect offshoot of the Bell program is the Dartmouth Col lege Conference in Liberal Artsj for Executives an eightweek JulyAugust program on the camp us at Hanover NH The stated objectives again are not manage ment training but D To broaden interests and extend the habit of inquiry and reflection 2 To sharpen awareness of the social political and economic climate of today and the managers place in it 3 To lay the groundwork for a sustained program of selfde velopment SHOWERS 12 perish some missing Flash flood engulfs town CHARLESTON W Va missing 20 at One time droppedjing rivers that picked up buildas they were swept off their dden summer Storm stallprhctpariilv linoc 05 if thpv Uprp fmmrfatinnc North Iowa Partly cloudy through Friday with scat tered showers or thunder storms Friday Lows Thursday night in lower 60s Highs Frijsudden summer storm stalledjsteadily day around 80 jo v e r Charleston Wednesday One of the dead a boy about night turning streams into rag owa Partly cloudy with scating torrents that battered houses trees and trailers into tered showers or thunder storms northwest and extreme west Thursday night and over east and south central Friday Lows Thursday night near 60 Cooler northwest Friday highs 8085 Further j cloudy with scattered showers or thunderstorms below nor mal temperatures Saturday Minnesota Partly cloudy show ers Highs Friday near 80 GlobeGazette Weather up to 8 am Thursday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation Sunrise Sunset iEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 6 was believed to be one of the four missing children of a ings as if they were childrens blocks and dashed them against each other foundations Mayor John Shanklin asked that the city be called a disaster The storm in less than four i area Gov W W Barron roused piles of rubbish Twelve persons were firmed dead The single family The others were hours dumped more than fiveifrom sleep at White Sulphur N ews in a utshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES No postal hike W ASHINGTON P r e s i d ent Kennedys chances of getting some increase in postal rates this year have all but been killed by the House Post Office committee The committee voted 13 to 9 to postpone any further consideration of the matter Blast kills 2 CULVER CITY Calif property men were killed and a third feared dead finches of rain on the area ItjSprings quickly conferred with conj Small creeks that usually drycame so suddenly that some pertop state officials on the emer number ofiup inmidsummer became roarsons still were in their homesjgency VIRTUALLY ALL of the dead were drowning victims One man stepped from his stalled car was swept underneath it and drowned Grimy search parties soaked from head to toe searched the shambles along the dozens ofj creeks for the storms victims through the long night and morn ing hours It was a job that would go through the day Many areas still were not accessible My God man there are houses up there in the middle of the street yelled one rescue group to another at the height of the rampaging stream Dont get caught up there That street a few hours be i fore was a pleasant residential district lined with modest homes Thursday it looked as if a sudden tornado had swept down the hollow CHARLESTON a city of some 85000 lies in the narrow valley of the Kanawha River where it NO MOVIE overturned car considerably stripped by the flash flood that hit the Charleston W Va AP Photofax area lies toppled at the entrance of a movie drivein The death toll continues to rise injured when a transfer French launched a coordi vault containing gun jnated attack by land sea anc Tunisia claims French renew Bizerte attacks TUNIS ifi Radio Tunis saidlcily of Bizerte badly damaged To beef up Army Marines Draft to be increased AIR ARRIVAILa Voane Kidney Glidden Miss West ern Iowa was among the first contestants arriving at Clear Lake for Governors and the only one whose back ers chartered an entire air is joined by the Elk River Its line to bring her here for the steep hills on every side pro vide onesided funnels as you would fold a piece of paper to into narrow DARTMOUTH OFFERS three courses during the summer con ference Science and Religious Values The Individual and the State Modern Man in Literature In the past few summers the group has enjoyed discussions with such men as Arthur F Burns Robert Frost and Vilhjal mur Slefansson The seriousness with which the college adminis tration views this sort of adult education is evidenced by the fact that the director is Dartmouths clean of the faculty Arthur E Jen sen On a typical Hanover summer session day the are enrolled this hear two lectures in the morning followed by group discussions The after noons are free for study and rec reation after dinner an outside speaker is brought in The dents all middle management ex ecutives live in a college dormi tory DO THESE liberal arts courses for businessmen pay off in any thing but cultural overlay Evi dently they do or at least man agement is willing to make a sizable investment on the theory that they do The overall cost for the Dartmouth course is per to his yet the college has had to take precautions to keep enrollment limited The National Association of Mutual Savings Banks sponsors a similar management development conference at Dartmouth in the summer this with the emphasis on history and economics with an enrollment this year of 28 bank ers A concurrent Dartmouth pro gram is the management object ives conference this one for 15 highlevel executives from several powderfor movie westair Thursday against Tunisian ems exploded at Metrobarricades surrounding t h e GoldwynMayer studios Aid bill OKd W P r e s i d ent Kennedys fiveyear foreign aid bor rowing program has won overwhelming approv a 1 of the Senate Foreign Relations committee French naval base at Bizerte In Washington meanwhile the United States called on France and Tunisia to stop fighting without delay and peacefully settle their dispute The broadcast reported the Only 5050 chance for space shot ing to drive France from t big naval base it retained after its Tunisian protectorate gained independence in 1956 told a news conference 24 Tunisians had been killed in clashes with French troops Sources in Paris said two French soldiers had been killed and 20 wounded in clash ba mounted a diplomatic ofjes with the Tunisians Wednes pour water mouthed jar The steepness of the hillside quickly dumped the raiafair into the narrow troughs The water built up force and its momentum swept everything in its path Families by the twos and sixes straggled into hastily prepared shelter areas at the Salvation 4rmy and Union Rescue Mission enters The smell of hot coffee blended with the odor of wet in the attacks and its water and electricity supplies cut THE FRENCH were silent on this latest report from the un declared war aimed at forcing the French out of the big North African base But President Habib Bourgui fensive to back up his civilian military show of force He took the case to the United Nations and broke diplomatic but not consular relations with France over the issue a bone of con tention between France and its ormer protectorate long be ore violence nesday Trial nears end JERUSALEM Atty Gen Gideon Hausner concluded his crossex amination of Adolf Eich mann forcing a final Thursday for the third time to numerous confession from the ex iwash out astronaut Virgil I1 wounded Gestapo officer that he Grissoms ride into space was part of a Nazi a Redstone rocket broke out Wed day and early Thursday El Salvador says it crushed plot SAN SALVADOR El Salvador The government says it has crushed a Communistled revo lution plot timed to erupt on CAPE CANAVERAL Fla TUNISIAN troops and cillhe July 26 anniversary of the resisted thciCastro movement in Cuba A billion budget deficit in last year WASHINGTON WiThe Kennedy administration announced that the budget Deficit in the past 12 months totaled above earlier estimates Secretary of the Treasury Doug las Dillon and Budget Director David E Bell said in a joint statement that the deficit was higher than expected because the revenue and expenditure effects of the recent recession were greater than anticipated Miss Iowa Pageant She ar rived at the Mason City Mu nicipal Airport aboard the Caroline the flying stock of the SVzmonth old Carroll Air Lines which operates air taxi service between Carroll and Des Moines Governors Days start on Friday Clear Lake Iowas vacation capital becomes the political center of the state Friday eve gathering of politicos ning The headed by Gov Norman Erbe and Sens B B Hickenlooper and Jack Miller is for the an nual stag party of the Associa tion for the Preservation of Clear Lake at 6 pm at the All Veterans Social Center Mem bers of the Iowa Conservation Commission are the guests of honor The event each year draws nearly a quorum of the two egislative houses and more ithan a quorum of the socalled heroically icommunique said a large quani Figures which they released house of lobbyists and raclio said and they sufMy of Marxist propaganda that a biggerthanfore dead and seized when government forcesjcast increase in defense spendin Falls Waterloo and Vin ton do not meet accepted standards in treat i n g sewage sufficiently for discharge into the Cedar River A health depart ment report was present ed at a hearing on al leged pollution of the River which is used as a source of public water supply at Cedar Rapids SWIMS CHANNEL DOVER England George 22yearold Dover hotel companies The bankers groupclerk completed an English Chan also sponsors nt Brown Univerjnel swim to Boulogne Thursday sity a summer graduate school of spiracy to camouflage the mass slaughter of the Jews behind a blanket of lies But after two weeks of blistering attack the former head of Jewish affairs for the SS main tained to the end that his actions were done on or ders from his officers Pollution cited DES MOINES The municipal sewage treat ment plants at Cedar A report from the national space agency weather team in dicated no better than a 5050 chance that the rocket could be launched at 5 am Friday Iowa Time as now scheduled Some 5000 men involved in the Radio Tunis said French against the plotters Wedalso was a major factor man shoot stood by waiting for a go or no go signal peared Another weather briefing on superior j Fridays attempt was set for 10 pm Thursday The third countdown on the rocket started at 6 am The count is split into two sixhour periods The space agency said there is no assurance that heavy cloud layers in the Cape area planes from the carrier Arro manches fired rockets in low leVel attacks on the barricades It added that the planes were backed up by the big guns of the cruisers Colbert Bouvet and Chevalier Pual This re ported would be broken up by Fridays shot time Wednesdays attempt was called off 10 minutes and 30 seconds before liftoff after Grissom had been in his Lib erty Bell 7 spacecraft for three hours and 22 minutes ap for artillery barrage to be a cover thrusts Radio Tunis said were being made by French armored cars and tanks The Tunisian president try nesday Unofficial sources said several men were arrested On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 1011 Sports 2324 Comics Mason City News 3031 Latest Markets 31 North Iowa News 34 Just 30 days ago Dillion saic the deficit for the 1961 fiscal yea which ended June 30 would be un der billion SUSPICIOUS LOT TOKYO Osaka Cit Transportation Bureau was ad 26 Imonisned Wednesday for exces Clear Lake News 36373839 TtansH Schedule 42 jsive zeal in searching a young conductress The girl was strippec naked and searched by a womai supervisor on suspicion of stealing worth of bus receipts Two additions to Boy Scout camp reservation dedicated savings banking which concerns itself directly with savings bank operation in 21 hours 35 minutes She was the first British woman to swim the channel from England to France MARBLE ROCKTwo vital ad ditions to the rapidly expanding Boy Scout Winnebago camping reservation on the Shell Rock north of here were formally dedi cated in an impressive ritual Wednesday night One was a sizable headquarters building given by Mr and Mrs Tom Albrecht Greene The other was a Trading Post given by the Kinney Lindslrom ition Foundn tee member presided over the ceremonies held in a spacious clearing in front of the Trading Post The Albrechts were present and the KinneyLindstrom Foundation was represented by its trustees George Ludeman chairman Ma rie Oelkers and Ira Stinson E W Clark a fourth member was un able to attend Thc headquarters building it was revealed is dedicated by the i Albrechts to Mr and Mrs Peter Herbert Olirt Mason City Jong in appreciation of their SAME 28 Safety Department Black Flat Mcmit traffle Ocatk in 31 Hours gional executive committee mem ber gave the dedicatory address and formally thanked the donors Ray Rorick advisory commit part in the development of the reservation In his brief talk Ohrt pointed to the pronounced contrast in con ditions facing Americas youth and those which prevail behind the Iron Curtain he had seen at close range within the year Recognition of guests was by Judge William P Butler Dr K B Kerr Charles City gave a brief history of the camp project Bill Owen St Ansgar an Eagle Scout led the audience in the Boy Scout oath Invocation was by Msgr Arthur J Brcen benediction by Wallace Nelson camp chaplain Participants in the dedication program with wives joined the boy campers for their evening meal in the giant lining room and sat in on a parents night camp fire after the dedicatory rites other hangerson Chief activ ity aside from the bountiful meal is political conversation THE STAG is only the first of three days of activity in con nection with Governors Days at Clear Lake They conclude with the Miss Iowa contest Sunday evening in which 32 beauties are seeking the title and the right to compete at Atlantic WASHINGTON President Kennedy was re ported Thursday to have decided on strengthening U S armed forces through larger draft calls and in ten sifled recruiting be cause of the Berlin crisis Responsible sources said the President will add three new divisions and build up others to bring Army and Marine strength to 20 divisions This course of action was de cided on instead of resorting to a declaration of national emer gency and a callup of National Guard and the Reserves ONE HIGH administration of ficial who said he did not ex pect activation of the Reserves now pointed out that this deci sion could be reversed quickly if Kennedy thought conditions were getting worse This official was familiar with details of the meeting late Wed nesday at which Kennedy and his top advisers reached a final decision on what steps to take to meet Russian threats to Ber lin Kennedy is telling the Western Allies of these moves this week end before reporting to the American people at 8 pm Iowa time Tuesday night and Con gress next Wednesday The Army has 14 divisions The Marines have 3 However one Marine and three Army divisions are below strength These would be built up and two ew divisions added to the Army nd an additional one to the Ma ines making a total of 20 di isions of U S fighting men THE ARMY has just issued a draft call for 8000 men for Au gust the largest since last De cember If the Marines turn to the draft it will be the first time since April 1952 There also seem to be gen ral agreement that Kennedy would seek a billion to bil lion increase in the billion defense budget And it was con sidered likely that measures would be taken to expand the airborne bomber alert and keep more ships at sea Kennedys reported steps to build up U S military might do not go as far as recommenda tions for mobilization made by some of his advisers But most administration officials consid er them adequate to give the United States a more realistic military posture in the light of this countrys farflung commit ments without actually placing the nation and its economy on a wartime basis OFFICIALS SAID one of the principal effects of the new steps should be to place Ken nedy in a position of negotiating from strength particularly with regard to conventional military might if and when the Berlin City in the Miss America test i crisis reaches the conference It was considered quite pos q i There will be public ta enl siblc thal an Eastw shows at pm ooth Saturon lho Berlin d G An nnrl Citnrl tir filler Qtr OtJTl day and Sunday Saturday evc the girls will be introduced lems might be held this fall Of ficials considered it almost cer from the City Park Band Shell tajn the Russian and V iern foreign ministers would get The new Miss Iowa will be logether sometime in September announced at 10 pan Sunday or laler Thc would de at the Coronation Ball in thejtcmine whcthcr lhe malter urf Ballroom eventually would go to a sum SATURDAY activities include am parade in which the Vtiss Iowa contestants and Gov Srbes party will be featured he governor will speak in City ark at am The gover ior also will hold a reception rom to pm at the Clear Lake High School student enter Union worship services are cheduled at am Sunday t the City Park Band Shell Thc Clear Lake Yacht Club as races starting at pm aturday and Sunday m Sunday and 10 VISIT NEW ZEALAND WELLINGTON New Justice Earl Warren and his wife arrived by plane Thurs day for a fourday visit mit conference Resounding defeat for Jimmy Hoffa CHICAGO UP A Teamsters Union local given solid support by President James R Hoffa and whose president once was accused by a Senate committee of running the nations most corrupt was ousted Wednesday as bargaining agent for Chicagos two major taxicab companies A reform union headed by Dominic Abata the locals first president who lost his job in 1952 to Joseph P Joey Glimco won the right to represent about 5200 organized cab drivers and cab garage em ployes   

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