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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 5, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for tht MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL The newspaper Associated Preif and United Press Internationa full Lease Wires that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY AUGUST 5 1961 7c a Paper Consists of Two SectionsSection One No 25t Adlai K not for war HYANNIS PORT Mass UPI Adlai E Stevenson US am bassador to the United Nations flew here Saturday to confer with President Kennedy Stev enson said he thought it was clear that the Soviet premier doesnt want war over Berlin Stevenson came here from New York to discuss strate gy at the UN General Assem bly meeting which opens next month He told newsmen that Ameri cas first objective is to pre serve Nationalist Chinas seat in the UN QUESTIONED ABOUT t h e Soviet note made public Friday Stevenson said he thought it was more conciliatory than earlier Russian statements on the Ber lin crisis 1 think it is clear that Mr Khrushchev doesnt want war he said He said that he believed the elements for a settlement or at least a postponement are pres ent in the situation Asked if the Berlin case might come before the UN assem bly Stevenson replied that he did not expect it QUESTIONS SURE to be on the UN agenda he said were the seating of Communist China Outer Mongolia and Mau ritania The United States opposes Red China favors Mauritania and has taken no public stand yet on Outer Mongolia Asked if Nationalist China might lose its seat to the Com munist regime Stevenson said WIND TUNNEL W Hensel left of ARO Inc which operates the wind tunnel at Arnold Center near Nashville Tenn and Lt Col C R Flint inspect shattered blades of a compressor which broke Phototax while testing a component of a Titan missile Hensel claims the breakdown has slowed down the testing programs Captured radio for d underground cause d ALGIERS Underground came into the sets of listeners j were talking from the radio sta UN seat of the Formosabased Nationalist Chinese government Tshombe seeks U N protection LEOPOLDVILLE UPD Katanga President M o i s c Tshombe has offered to come here to meet new central Con golese Premier Cyrille Adoula if the United Nations guarantees his safety it Xvas announced Saturday j A spokesman for Adoula saidj Tshombes message was re laved by UN chief representa tive Sture Linner this morning ADOULA TOLD Linner that Tshombe is welcome to come to Leopoldville any time hej wants the spokesman said But he stressed Adoula was not prepared to discuss the circum stances of a Tshombe visit Informed sources said Ts hombe apparently was anxious for highlevel talks before com mitting himself on Katangas participation in the Congolese parliament h t n tV T lr rightwing extremists Saturday here led many to believe that but that this governments first the caWe of the extremists had seized the Algiers on a midday news broadstation itself But they made no cast and launched a violent atappearance tack on French President Officials said the secret hook Charles de Gaulle Jin was done in such a manner The startling broadcast whichjas to throw two of the regular transmitters temporarily off the air and permitting the extrem TSHOMBE THEY said may be worried about Adoulas ex pressed desire to assert his Bomb for Frenchmen PARIS Two plastic bombs favorite weapon of President De Gaulles enemies in Paris early Sat urday One went off in front of the home of Paul Minot president of the Paris Municipal Coun cil the citys top ranking of ficial It damaged the front of the house and wounded the concierge The second bomb exploded in front of the apartment of JeanMaurice Hermann edi torial writer of the proCom munist newspaper Liberation Guardsmen off to camp for 3 weeks DES MOINES OPi The Iowa Nebraska National Infantry Division tion building itself THE BROADCAST back grounded with military marches continued for about half an hour and ceased abruptly regular news broadcast The speaker said he was broadcast ing from Radio Algiers IN THE NAME of Gen Paul Gardy a fugitive army officer the broadcast assailed De Official French sources said Gaulles policy of selfdetermin Algiers was quiet But Euro peans who heard the broadcast aii ciiiu Jti ists to give the impression heir homes were thinking another uprising was at I hand The idea The ation for Algeria It praised the organization of a secret army by the European settlers who want to keep Algeria a part of Babysitter being held in deaths of 3 Dubuque children Madigan aiThursday night died of suffocai babysitter for at least a dozen tion Dubuque families was schedi uled to go to court Saturday to POLICE Capt Byrne face some kind of began looking into the charges in the deaths of three of another chlld of Mr young children MrsWayne Nemmers Kar Police said the 29yearoldf f fd the Miss Madigan signed t hr e ejdeath of Michael Frtzpatnck statements admiting that she Jon of was the sitter when three ba bith ranging in age from four months to three years died The husky Miss Madigan who stands 5 feet 8 and weighs 192 pounds was described as being both mentally handicapped No suspicion tached to Miss and physically had been at Madigan until the county medical examiner de termined that Gail Nemmers 3 who had been left in her care Twister tears up Austin AUSTIN UPI Residents here Saturday were busy clean ing up debris from Friday nights tornado which ripped southeastern part Iowa Generally fair Saturday and Sunday Cooler northwest Saturday afternoon and over most of state Saturday night Low generally near 60 High Sunday generally near 90 Minnesota Saturday Variable cloudness and Sunday with chance of an isolated evening Rightists got the broadcast broke Cooper in support for aid program By ERNEST B VACCARO WASHINGTON UP A group of Senate or nighttime thundershower tedly a small minority of their France same A retired general Gardy by 60 paratroopers took into a over control of Oran in western Algeria last April after other rightwing military leaders had seized control of Algiers The speaker who read the statement in the name of Gardy kept repeating slogans then urged residents of Algiers to decorate their homes with flags and banners He ended with the warning The OAS strikes whom it through the of the city Damage was estimated at be tween 5150000 and S200000 One boy was slightly injured when he stepped on a live wire and a man was blown across a street but no serious injuries were reported The twister cut a strip about 10 blocks long and four blocks wide in a residential area The twister damaged roofs and win dows blew down garages and itore down trees and Mrs Russell Fitzpatrick July 14 j Miss Madigan who had acted as baby sitter for both of these families told police after her ar rest and after her recovery from hysteria that she liked to hold babies tight I was trying to give them love and affection she said POLICE CHIEF Percy Lucas said the woman had made three seperate statements in which she related that The oldest Nemmers girl Gail was being held across her lap and when the child cried she held her hand over its mouth quite a bit She held Karen Nemmers and the Fitzpatrick boy with theirj mouths close to her neck and Lucas quoted her as saying They seemed to gasp for air and their bodies went limp IN EACH CASE she put the babies back in their beds but on Thursday night after Gail Nem mers had stopped breathing Miss Madigan telephoned the widowed mother with whom she lived po lice said Dr Donald McFarlane county medical examiner said there was no indication in the autopsies of the other two children that death was from other than natural causes He said Karen Nemmers had a congenital heart ailment and the Fitzpatrick boy had virus pneumonia These conditions could be ag gravated by suffocation Dr Mc Farlane said Little cooler south portion Saturday afternoon and Satur day night but turning little warmer over state Sunday Low 45 to 55 northeast 55 to 60 west and south dav in the 80s Saturday to sup port of President Kennedys Treasury financed long term loan program for the develop ment of struggling new nations New time is old time for Koreans MARY MADIGAN held them too tight SEOUL military South governemnt Koreas decided Saturday to abolish Syngman Rhee Time The government said this wishes where when it wishes it wishes andi Korea in attack on aid country will advance its clocks half an hour at a m next Thursday officially adopting the same standard time as in Japan Rhees longtime strongman ruler of South Korea on March 21 1954 ordered the clocks turned back He contended Ko Miss Madigan saidher left arm is lame and injuries she suffered at birth partially closed an eye Police were told she was born with a spastic paralysis The mother of the Fitzpatrick boy regarded Miss Madigan as a good sitter who took excellent care of the children and did ex tra things around the house Police said there had been no other incidents involving the wom ans baby tending but that at least one family had refused to hire her because the parents felt she was too good to the children and would spoil them ON THE NIGHT Michael Fitz patrick died his father and moth er went to an Amvets meeting Miss Madigan did not appear to be overly devoted to children Mrs Fitzpatrick said But now Ike gives advice to his friend Nixon gets suggestions By New York Herald News Service WASHINGTON Gen Eisen hower wants former VicePresi dent Nixon to run for Governor of California and has told him so This is a switch Originally the former President felt the gover norship would be a trap that attorney tor Nixoj WQuld tave to prornise in i orrn Californias voters not to seek the Presidency in 1964 Now Gen Eisenhower who would like to see Nixon re nominated believes Nixon could promise not to seek the nomina tion yet honestly accept a draft Nixon who doesnt want to run for governor will make up his mind within six weeks GUESS WHO will be former vicepresident Nixons congress man when the new California district lines become effective next year James Roosevelt A few of Nixons friends are urging him to run for that House rea and Japan were in different las I think back to that night she Guard 34th 9000 men governments authority through out the troubled nation and to Ripley Minn and its restore order everywhere lannual summer field training Informed sources said Tssession hombes appeal for a meeting it will be the first time the was aimed at preventing milijwhole srlil tary action against Katanga byiierv and taken its GlobeGazette weather up to 8 a m Aug 5 Maximum Minimum At 8 a m Sunrise Sunset High Sunsen John Sherman Cooper nFOflrfltTI ilongitudesand that the times did say she had no plans for the RKy said there will be enough VIIV i VJi 11 jwerc not same until the next day so we could stay out Republican votes to put over1 SEOUL Korea iflA leadingJapanese occupied Korea in until 3 or 3 am if we wanted i the 5year S88billion loan proSouth Korean newspaper to jgram tacked the U S aid program Saturday and said Wed rather have a Maximum Minimum 90 62 67 88 66 the new central government Plambeck receives agriculture Oscar training all in onej summer i It also will mark the first time since 1940 the unit has hadi a threeweek no unit will remain at camp for SYCAMORE 111 UPI Twomore than two weeks men in the farm information field Friday received the first Oscars in Agriculture The awards went to Plambeck station WHO Recover seven bodies in bus taken from lake THE LOAN authority for the first part of this years for eign aid bill on which debate opened Friday The big fight will come first on a proposed amendment by Sen Barry F Byrd DVa to require the President to corne plant than billion worth of consumer goods The Hankook Ilbo Seouls three major added in an editorial What really matters is the quality of the aid instead of the amount If the U S aid is going one of dailies back to Congress each year for in the right directionlo build appropriations to finance thcieconomic stabililythe amount fund No votes are expected bedoes not maUer fore Tuesday or Wednesday COOPER a former ambassa dor to India joined Sen J Wil liam Senators vote for Peace Corps WASHINGTON sociate editor of Prairie Farmer Kennedys request for mil Moines and Jim Herb DCS Tompson as Chicago ilion to set the Peace Corps up The Oscars were for business has won approval of lor contributions in furtheringlhe Senale Foreign Relations American agriculture They werelCommiltoc The committcc Fri presented at an outing of farmiday rnjectec by an 11 to 6 vote information men sponsored by thea proposal by Sen Bourke B De Kalb Agricultural Association nickcnlooper RIowa to cut the On the inside Clear Lake news Page 3 Religious features 5 Mason City news Society news Sports Editorials Comics Building features North Iowa news 67 8 MO 11 12 1314 first year authorization to million and then approved the full amount by a vote of 14 to 0 with three members abstaining HERGISWIL Switzerland Seven bodies were recovered11811 thc Senate Foreign Rela Saturdav from thc bus that Committee in asking Sen ate passage of the foreign aid bill He said that longterm financ ing is an imperative condition 16 American tourists to PassaSe death in Lake Lucerne Wednesj day j Eight other bodies were still missing and were believed to have been swept out of the bus toward making our foreign aid program truly effective He called the term backdoor during its plunge to the lake nnancing which Byrd and jmany Republicans have used to llerc describe the borrowing author ity misnomer and a diversion in this debate on bed A police official said seemed to be little hope of find ing them Another body was recovered immediately after the accident A salvage squad raised thc bus to the surface in the little boat harbor of after two work Hergiswill village days of laborious PARIS TALKS PARIS W western for GERMAN IN RED cign ministers Saturday opened MOSCOW East German a conference on the critical BcrCommunist chief Waller Ul lin situation determined to re sisl Soviet threats but willing to U jncgolialc bricht has been in Moscow for scvcrnl days thc East German Embassy said Saturday foreign aid SAME Army doesnt want Castros fighting foe TAMPA Fla veteran Cuban diplomat says he has been turned down by the U S Army in his attempts to enlist and fight his old foe Fidel Castro However Guil lermo Bolivar Cuban coun sul to Tampa for 15 years says he rather expected it Hes 65 years old He said he had hoped to help train sharpshooters or make avail able his knowledge of Latin American affairs to the gov ernment LATIN TALKS PUNTA DEL ESTE Uruguay Latin American eco nomic conference opened Satur day with thc major participants determined to beat back any Cuban attempt to wreck the meeting seat instead governorship of the California They contend it to beat the Democratic Photofx BANDAGES FOR swatched in band apes Grace Smith 2 lies in a hospital bed at Chicago after a freak accident She tumbled backward while playing hit her head on a radiator handle The handle broke A screw lodged a half inch deep in the back of her skull Surgery removed it would be a coup son of a famous President and would return Nixon to the national scene in Washington The Republican candidate for President last year smiles at the indicates he is not altogether uninterested This is the way one of Presi dent Kennedys eggheads de scribes the Eisenhower adminis tration Overorganized over institutionalized and over stulti fied And I guess you might say he continues sheepishly that we are underorganized underinsti tutionalized and understultified THE KENNEDY administration is passing up no opportunities to spread its message Among the horde of New Frontiersmen on the speechmaking circuit next week will be Andrew T Hatcher Associate Press Secretary at the White House Hatcher will ad dress the Southern beauty con gress in Birmingham Ala on The New Frontier and cosme tology ONE OF THE behindthescenes reason the US is not going to resume nuclear testing for the foreseeable future Red China is believed to be making important advances in nuclear technology If the and then testing again the resumption would give strong impetus to the Chinese nu clear program and increase its demands on Russia for more help WASHINGTONS Army and Navy Club where many of thc armed forces retired brass live or stay while visiting the Capital doesnt have an airraid shelter an indignant resident reported the other day   

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