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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 7, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edittd for Homt MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 99 The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Associated ud United Press International Full Wires MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY AUGUST 7 1961 7c a Paper Consists of Two One No lit US plotting Nikita MOSCOW UP Soviet Premier Khrushchev ac cused President Kennedy Monday of meeting with threats Soviet proposals on Germany He warned that if the United States begins a war the Soviet Union is capable of delivering a destructive blow to America and rendering US Allies harmless Khrushchev said President Kennedy seemed to see only a challenge to the United States in the Soviet Unions proposals At turns conciliatory and bold the Soviet premier at one jpoint said a n y Communist blockade of West Berlin is tirely out of the question SUNNY One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE CGZO UoUOi pm Sunday KWLU Decorah 12401 pm Sun W01 Ames 640 am Tuesday WTAD Quincy OSOi pm Thars WSTJ1 low City 1910 im Sat Will there be enough jobs togoaround npHE DECADE into which we are moving has been referred Iowa Generally fair through Tuesday Lows Monday night 6065 Highs Tuesday 8590 Further outlook Partly cloudy Wednesday Minnesota Partly cloudy with few scattered showers north variable cloudiness south Monday night cooler north west and extreme north warmer east central and south lows 50s north to 60s south Partly cloudy and cool er Tuesday highs 70s north He said it is cruel light1 Fiveday Iowa Temperatures jmindedness to think that any jwar in this age of nuclear j weapons could be kept withinj j bounds I j Such a spreading war he dei clared would bring war itself toj the house of the American peoj pie something that has not hapj pened since the Civil War j IN A MAJOR radiotelevision j address the Soviet premier inj sisted a German peace treaty I must be concluded without de lay We do not intend to infringe jvill average 5 to 8 degrees below normal Tuesday through Saturday Normal highs are in the 80s and normal lows in the mid to upper 60s Cool at the beginning of the period followed by a slow warming trend until cooler near the end of the week Rainfall will average about 25 of an inch in scattered thunderstorms about Thursday or Friday GlobeGazette weather data to 8 am Aug 7 up to as the soaring sixties Weve been promised a tre mendous economic expansion in our broad land upon any lawful interests of the Western powers he added Any barring of access to Ber lin any blockade of West Berlin is entirely out of the question j He warned that the Soviet Un jion may mobilize reserves and send more troops to its Western frontier Let us sit down honestly at a round conference table let us i not fan up war psychosis he said Let us clear the atmOs This business boom prognosphere let us rely on reason and Maximum Minimum At 8 am Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 78 53 65 83 65 Bulletin ticators say will come because of the war the great increase of births that started at the close of World War II This increase in births has been evident in every community not on the force of thermonuclear LANCASTER Calif into a mountain lake Monday sheriffs deputies reported The scene deputies said was Jackson Lake in the Big Pines area of the nearby San Gab riel Mountains No other de tails were known weapons I In Washington there was no immediate comment on Krushj chevs speech from Kennedy or I ithe State Department The Pres One of the early evidences of ident wgs ted to wait for an his bulge ot youthful populajofficial translation which cduld tion came in the school census take ag as J2 h before reports It has been necessary d wh ft comment to build many additional grade school classrooms The effects AT ONE POINT Khrushchev News Quiz 7 arc now being felt at junior j commended Kennedy as having Society News 789 high level shown common sense in wishing Sports 1112 Biif VwJ On the inside Editorials Page 4 Russian spaceman returns safely 17 trips aroun the earth in 25 hours SPACEMAN AND WIFE spaceman Gherman Titov Vasilyevna was This photo of Russian and his wife Tamara released in Moscow following Photofax government announcement of Titovs successful completion of orbital flight of the earth No indica tion was given when the picture was made Before shall be long of required course we lo provide to avoid armed conflict But he Latest Markets 14 said common sense is not enough Mason City News1415 and warned Western leaders not Comics 16 more high school space Then the wave will move along to colto play With the destinies Of the Clear Lake News 17 leges and universities people of the world Its when these youngsters j Hc complained that the Prcsl marry and begin having famijdent in his speech on Berlin last lies that the soaring sixties month did not touch on the es boom will reach its heightjsence of our proposals for a Then say the economists willlPeace treaty with Germany come a sharp increase in the Uo Vl demand for housing household goods and all other items that are a part of family life THIS EXPANSION in the wants of the American people is expected to provide jobs for the additional millions of work He said the President wrongly interpreted Russian gestures Transit Schedule 20 North Iowa News 22 Life term given to convicted Russ spy NEW YORK Pi Dr Robert A Latin American crash plan PUNTA DEL ESTE Uruguay The United States unveils of the InterAmerican Dejand Social Conference how the Latin American leadersibroad outlines of its alliance for velopment Bank said not as a plan to liquidate thejsoblen convicted Soviet spy past war but to start a sentenced Monday to life in one prison Soblen ashen faced and Khrushchev said the Americanseriously ill groaned as Feder President in his speech replied al Judge William B Herlancls to what he called peaceful Sopronounced sentence Then thej viet proposals with a resort tophysician collapsed in the arms Monclay pictured the phere as boiling with tionary ferment and appealed to all classes to support the U S program designed to secure the area against assault from world progress program later to the jn this age of popular and revoluInter American conference national revolutions alliance for communism ers who will be available jthreats two deputy marshals Doc this is a most sig Among these he listed thejtors who JSaid Soblen is suffer nificant are now begin ning to realize that this pre Presidents proposal for a 217 000 man increase in the armed dieted boom will entail somelforces of the United States problems President has asked Congress to legislation dealing with them It could very well be that spite of the expected industrial and business boom American youths will experience a harder time getting jobs in this decade than has been the case for the past 20 years Jobs were comparatively easy to land during the 1940s and 1950s The great economic ex pansion of the war and postwar years provided ample employ ment opportunities except in brief periods of recession Com petition for jobs was reduced by manpower demands of the military service and by opening of educational opportunities to veterans under the GI bill The situation is now changing and its likely to change even more The GI educational pro gram has all but ended and the enlisted personnel in the armed forces has fallen from 3 million during the Korean War lo 2 mil lion now ing from an advanced case oJ lymphatic leukemia predicted he will live less than a year TWO MIMTE MYSTtRY OF EVEN GREATER im portance are these two facts 1 The big increase in the number who will be seeking jobs 2 A decline in job opportuni ties for untrained and inexperi enced workers because of in creased use ot automation and other machinery In the next 10 years there are expected lo be 2G million per sons entering the labor force compared with 10 million the past dccndc More than over II Is going to be neccssiiry hut newcomers to our work form Imve solid background of Rcncriil educa tion plus IrniniiiK in ccrliiin specialties Hero arc sonic fac Continued on 2 Br DONATE SOBOI Paul Mannings sedan missed the hairpin turn above Cedar Grove and crashed through the temporary guard said In spector Winters That picture how the car came to rest in the Dr Haledjian studied the phtrtft graph The window pane by tbC driver was cracked and smeared with blood from the top frame to the bottom Other photographs showed body lying face down across the blood soaked front seat Manning died of head injuries apparently sustained when his head struck the window beside him said the Inspector He probably lived onlv a few seconds after the car stopped rolling have two witnesses contin ued the inspector Frank Cooper ami Al Ingram Cooper lives just above the turn He happened to glance out the wia dow and saw the two cars praching He says that as the cars got Within 50 yards of the turn the cac behind suddenly shot ahead and swerved to the right forcing the otherMannings earoff lie road In the brief moment the swerving car was caught in Mannings head lights Cooper recognized Al Ingrams black convertible Ingram admits passing Mannings car Ihit lie insists Manning stuck out his hand and Vavcd him ahead As lie pulled abreast Manningcalledonta friend ly greeting The inspector shruggedPerhaps Maiming turned his head lo greet foul Manning1 mimd hoirpin turn above Cedar end crathcd through the temporary guard rail Ingram and in that split second missed the turn Von dont believe that Mid Halcdjian skeptically Jf it was aa accident why should one of your witnesses lie WHO LIED 7 i W ft 10 J ton N ews in a utshell Hijackers hit WASHINGTON Act ing with rare speed a Senate subcommittee has approved legislation to make hijacking of an air liner a federal crime pun ishable by life imprison ment ii 4000 flee BERLIN Latest count shows 4000 East Germans fled into West Germany through the Berlin escapehatch over the weekend There are reports of growing unrest among East Ger man farmers Hassle seen ST LOUIS Mo Fireworks over the US Supreme Courts anti segregation decisions were a possibility as the American Bar Associa tion opened its 84th an nual convention Before the policymaking body of the association was a resolution calling in ef fect upon Southern states to cease their fight to preserve color lines ik Token in stride WASHINGTON Of ficial Washington took the Soviet Unions sec ond manned space sh i p flight in stri d e The general a 11 i t u I e was lets get on with our own space program here Speeches including a key address by US Secretary of the Treasury Douglas Dillon launched a schedule of digging and probing for the most effective methods of putting President Kennedys program into action Underscoring the atmosphere of urgency Felipe Herrera will be significant to Latin America only if it receives direct support of the great masses of workers and farmers faith of the middle classes and businessmen and endorsement of intellectuals and technicians Dillon will tell delegates to the InterAmerican Economic Basic agreement reached on USRussia air link WASHINGTON ThcTravelers going from one counState Department today anitry to the other now have jUnited Slates proposes to help Latin America tackle its age old problems of poverty and il literacy and approach the goal of economic stability Viewing this program as a common concern of the West ern alliance against commu nism the United States will in vite Europes developed nations to join in the drive to secure Latin America The Kennedy administration is prepared to commit itself to a 10year crash program to bol ster Latin America It is ready to start the program rolling with a billiondollar push in the first year Some Latin American dele gates already were complaining that the billion dollars was not enough and included sums pre Historic flight achieved Khrushchev is ecstatic MOSCOW ffl Soviet spaceman Gherman Titov anded safely Monday af er more than 17 circuits of the earth in his space ship Vostok II and reported o Premier Khrushchev I eel splendid The premier promised a tre mendous welcome to Moscow for he 26yearold major who trav eled more than 700000 kilome ters about 435000 roughly far enough to reach the moon and return He was in the air 25 hours and 18 minutes We shall congratulate and thank your parents at a personal meeting in Moscow Khrushchev said in a telephone conversation from the Kremlin to Titov some where in the interior We shall give you a worthy welcome in Moscow as a whole people as a whole country AS THE FIRST of the Soviet honors sure to follow Khrushchev told Titov he was being pro moted to full membership in the Communist Party The handsome major has been a candidate mem ber Titov son of a retired school teacher in Siberia manually con trolled his fiveton space ship for jcriods up to an hour slept more han eight hours and ate three meals while enduring the space ihenomenon of weightlessness Moscow Radio said He circled the globe every 886 minutes in an orbit that reached nounccd basic US at inbetween points piously approved agreement has been reached on tj 5 official said a number setting up an air route betweenof technical details still must be the two countries worked out before final agree A final agreement for com mercial air flights to link New York and Moscow should be signed shortly the department said Talks have been under way here since July 18 on establish ing a route which would be the first direct passenger air line service between the two nations ment is reached They expect flights on the 5000mile New YorkMoscow hop to begin next spring Pan American World Airways is slated to be the American carrier on the route and Aero flot the Sovietowned civil air line will be the Soviet carrier altitude of 15959 minimum of 1105 SAME DATE1960317 WATER Che Guevara left Cubas economic boss and US Secretary of the Treasury C Douglas Dillon quench their thirst AP Photofax with water al the initial session of the InterA rn e r i c a n Economic and Social Conference at Punta del Este Uruguay S a maximum miles and a miles Moscow Radio said Titov anded in a predetermined area near where the first Soviet space man Yuri Gagarin touched down after his pioneer flight April 12 Gagarin who made only one or it of the earth is believed to lave landed about 450 miles loutheast of Moscow TITOV TOLD Krushchev that after the landing I drank a lit le water and I feel splendid Before the telephone call sent Titov a mes age of congratulation on his he oic deed saying the feat has hown once again what Soviet man educated by the Communist arty is able to do Over and again Titov kept ending word back to earth that e was in great feeling fine I feel excellent un der conditions of weightlessness Shipshape order on board Throughout his flight the So viets said the handsome wavy haired Titov was kept in view from earth by television and while awake he maintained con stant twoway radio communica tion He was in a smiling happy golucky mood throughout the trip once wisecracking in a message to Muscovites 1 wish you had it so good I AM am eagle he said exultantly Recorded excerpts from his conversation were broadcast to Moscow lis teners Titov blasted off from an un designated launching site at 9 am Sunday His craft weighed 10407 pounds only 13 pounds more than Gagarins Vostok I The historic flight proved that a man can undergo the rigors of a flight to the moon without ex cessive ill effect The Soviets said the purpose of the flight was to study the ef fects on a human being of pro longed orbital flight and the descent to the earths surface MANY WISTIKN observers surmised that the flight had been limed to reiiforcc Khruih   

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