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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 21, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Idittd for Htt VOL CITYGLOBE The newspaper that makes all North Iowans Preit urf United Preu fnternitlonu full UM Wiro MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY AUGUST 21 1961 neighbors 7e Paper Conststt ot Two Nc VI Split feared on Bizerte issue FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES UNITED NATIONS NY Tunisia accused France Monday of classic aggression in hold ing the military base at Bizerte and warned it might accept any sort of assistance offered Mongi Slim Tunisias senior diplomat told a special session of the General Assembly his government had learned of a plan by France to join its Bi zerte forces with troops from its Army in Algeria and occupy all of northern Tunisia Slim accused French presi dent Charles De Gaulle of per sistently refusing to negotiate the withdrawal of the French jarrison from Bizerte which Tunisia contends violates its national sovereignty France refused to send a dele gation to the special assembly One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLU U300I pm Sundaj KWLC Decorah 1340i pm Sun WOI Ames 610 Am Tuesday WTAD Quincy OSUi pm Thurj TFSUI City 9101 tm Sat Improving the Uncle Sam image T17EST BERLIN isnt our only worry these days Its the immediate concern of the free world but for the long haul our No 1 problem is telling the American story in a way that will be believed by the uncom mitted nations now overrecep tive to the Kremlins misrepre sentations This is the job which Edward R Murrow most famous of the TV commentators took on in accepting President Kennedys appointment as director of the United States Information Agency It would seem that with such a choice product to sell the task ought to be simple But alas it hasn1 proved so for either Murrow or his several predecessors Russias propaganda gim micks hoisting a sputnik or or biting a man in space some times appear to create a more favorable impression on world opinion than some of our solid programs of good works for humankind But that may be an illusion because in UN tests we always come out on top Theres a strange disposi tion in many Americans to downgrade their country TESTIFYING before the Sen ate Committee on Foreign Re lations Murrow said the pri mary task of USlA is objec tive news reporting In the con session summoned at the re quest of 53 countries from Afri ca Asia the Soviet bloc and South America Its bank of seats inthe assembly hall remained vacant The Tunisian delegate urged the Western powers to forget that France is a member of the Western camp and to join with he Soviet Union as they did last year in the Congo debate when they demanded withdrawal of Belgian forces The session was called to deal with the grave situation in Tunisia after the Security Council deadlocked on steps to end the FrenchTunisian dispute The sponsors of the resolution included 31 countries from Af North Iowa Considerabkcloudrica and Asia plus yugoslavia THUNDER STORMS iness with scattered showers and occasional thunderstorms Monday night and Tuesday Not so cool Monday night lows upper 50s High Tuesday again around 80 Iowa Partly cloudy with scat tered showers or thunder storms through Tuesday Low Monday night near 60 High Tuesday in 80s Outlook for cloudy lit tie change in temperature Showers likely south portion Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average near normal Tuesday through Saturday Moderate temperatures at be ginning of period followed by a warming trend mostly the latter part of the week Nor mal highs are in the 80s and normal lows from the upper 50s in the extreme north to the 60s elsewhere Rainfall will average 10 to 30 of an inch in occasional scattered thundershowers Minnesota Cloudy showers Highs Tuesday in 80s GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Maximum 77 Minimum 56 Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum 81 Minimum 55 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Sunday Maximum 72 Minimum 48 THE RESOLUTION calls on France to withdraw her troops occupying Bizerte It also calls on France and Tunisia to open negotiations immediately on the withdrawal of all French forces from Tunisian territory The session posed a new test of the Kennedy administrations anticolonial policy Delegates from Asian African or neutralist nations waited to see if the United States would vote for the resolution or if it would abstain as it did on sim ilar proposals before the Se curity Council July 29 Informed sources said there was a possibility the United States would vote for the reso lution but many diplomats be lieved it would abstain One African delegate said unless the United States supported Tunisia it could expect little support from the anticolonialist coun tries if it should bring the Ber lin crisis before the United Na tions THERE WAS some belief the United States abstained on the Security Council vote because it thought then it could get the French to negotiate with the Tunisians Chief US delegate 4dlai E Stevenson now appar ently has abandoned this hope and Tunisians backers feel that he United Stev enson described as the oldest LIKE EATING Chaplain Capt Carlton H Mall a former resident of Mason City leaves a plane at McGuire Air Force Base NJ with his wife and five sons and daughters the Malls adopted during duty in Germany Mrs Mall said the adoption was sort of like eating we got started we couldnt stop The adopted sons and Victim of tractor on lake project RICEVILLEDonald Weaver 46 Saratoga was killed on the anticolonial power should join in the censure of France even though France is one of the United States most import ant European allies The French government has refused to discuss a schedule of withdrawal from the big Bi zerte naval and air base claim ing that Tunisia is trying to hold a gun to its head The French indicated they would boycott the General Assembly session three Johnson back from vital Berlin jaunt WASHINGTON W Vice t t s j Marvin Gronvvaldt farm test for mens minds he held here Sunday the U S must operate on the J basis of truth even though the about 6 pm truth at times seems hostile tol Weaver an employe of the the ideals of democracy jHoward County maintenance de Indianas Sen Homer CapeiPartment was driving a rock hart manufacturer of TV reloaciillS machine belonging to the ceiving sets when he was sent countyt overturned in a rut to Washington said he believed USIAs job is to sell the United States to the world just as a sales managers job is to sell a Buick or a Cadillac Ed Murrow knows that the assign ment cant be reduced to any such simple formula Nor is it a field for miracles rockloader and farmers who had rock piles had donated the rock to be picked up Weaver was assignment facing Ed the ann with a bad of ANYBODY WHO THINKS the of the inclined driveway to the Grunwoldt farm pinning him in the seat and crushing his left side A group of volunteers had been working Sunday on the LakeHen dricks project near here The county had offered use of the is either simple or easy just hasnt seen it in perspective In my wanderings about the world rock when the accident occurred Surviving are his wife the President Lyndon B Johnson Monday brought back to Presi dent Kennedy a report that the free worlds bonds have been strengthened by his 36hour visit to West Berlin The presidential jet touched down at nearby Andrews Air Force Base after a 7 hour 45 minute flight The v i ce presidents plane landed on a mist shrouded run way Despite the bad weather and the arduous and dramatic weekend journey Job n s o n seemed in good spirits The vice president was met at the airport with a minimum of fanfare by a handful of offi cial greeters They included House Speaker Sam Rayburn SAME Black Flag Means Traffic Death In Past 2J Houri DIES AT 84 PARIS UP Abbe H e n r Breuil 84 member of th French Institute and a notec Ipaleontologist died Monday DTex House Majority Leader John W McCormack DMass Undersecretary of State George W Ball and West German Am bassador Wilhelm Grewe JOHNSON WAS scheduled to report to the White House after JX Ken nedy re j turns from his Hyannis Port j Mass summer home In an ar rival statement read beside his plane Johnson said he had re turned from his conf e r e n c e s with top Ger JOHNSON man officials convinced that ties between United States West Berlin and West Germany already very N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES I have looked in on our USIAiLormer clcn Moses two sons setups in at least a score of countries Abroad its known a the United States Information Service USIS rather than USIA a service rather than an agency The formula which works in one country isnt necessarily ef fective in another The presen tation not only has tovary from one country to another but it must vary within the country It must be tailored to the dis tinctive needs of the particular community in methods and emphasis The person writing or broad casting Sudan Guinea Pakistan or wherever must know the educational back ground and the interests of his readers or listeners He must Raymond and Ronald at home two daughters Janet D e s Moines Mrs Karman Mavis Wallace Rochester Minn a grandson his father Lynn Weaver Tama a brother Har old Tama a sister Mrs Henry Granahan Enterprise Wash Funeral arrangements are in complete at the Bradley Funera Home Cresco Labor dispute at Rath plant ends WATERLOO remain ing 3400 employes of Rath Packing Co returned to work Monday ending a labor dispute which reducedthe companys work force from 4500 persons onc 1 relate his offering to the wantstThc company had reduced oper and the needs of those to whom ions in the hog department to he speaks THOSE WITH EXPERIENCE In newspapering or radio most Ccntfnutd en 2 off from m employes Mprc han wourkers wcrc rc leased recently when new equip men was installed Chrysler pact cancelled United Auto Workers union has cancelled its contract with Chrysler Corp effective Aug 31 The move had been expected It means the UAWChrysler pact will expire at the same time as similar contracts with General Motors and Ford Mikoyari repeats stand First Deputy Premier Anastas Mikoyan repeated that the Soviet Union wont with draw even one meter from its position on Berlin and Germany Mikoyan made his point during the final speechmaking appearance of his nineday unof ficial visit to Japan Critical vote in Guiana GEORGETOWN British in this tiny British colony of East Indians and Negroes on South Americans north coast is choosing a new gov ernment in an election that political experts believe may decide whether British Guiana moves on to democratic independence or Sovietstyle socialism if Adenauer lauds Johnson BONN Germany Chancellor Konrad Ad enauer in a telegram to President Kennedy said Vice President Lyndon B Johnsons Berlin visit cre ated an overwhelming impression in East as well as West Germany North Iowa boy killed in Minnesota SHEFFIELD Thomas Mahn 11 was killed near Greenwald Minn Saturday while returning from a fishing trip Mr with and his Mrs grandparents Earl Mahn AP Photofax daughters are Wolfgang 24 holding Carlton 2 Marie John Arthur 8 and Capt Mall holding Heidi Jane 7 months Capt Mallis the son of the Rev and Mrs Oswald Mall who now live in Wichita Kan The Rev Mr Oswald Mall formerly was pastor of St James Lutheran Church in Mason City His son was ordained in that church in 1943 Mails back with five adoptions McGUIRE AIR FORCE BASE N J Carlton H Mall an Army chaplain fornerly of Mason City Iowa and his wife Elsie arrived Monday with five children they adopted during heir German tour of duty The children are Wolfgang 24 John Arthur 8 Marie 7Vz Carlton 2 and Heidi Jane 7 months Wplfgang who fled East Ger many five years ago told news men I AM REALLY happy and I hank God that I have been idopted by such wonderful par mts Wolfgangs hometown in East Germany was not disclosed be ause he has relatives there He ame to the West by crossing he border at night Mrs Mall 40 who had no hildren of her own has ritten book about her experiences vith the youngsters she adopted will be published in October under the title PS Love You CAPT MALL is heading for Ft Sam Houston Tex after a threeyear tour of Germany He was stationed in Frankfurt Asked howhe cameto adopt the children Capt Mall told newsmen You get selfish when you dont have children to share strong have been made even stronger and more enduring The vice president who met with West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer West Berlin Mayor Willy Brandt and other West German officials praised what he termed the distinction and responsibility of free Ger man leadership Johnson labeled his reception and that of the 1500 U S reen forcement dispatched to Berlin over the weekend as heart warming THE BRITISH meanwhile rushed troops and tank rein orcements to the EastWest Ber lin border when 500 armed East German peoples police ap peared suddenly on the opposite side It was the first time west ern allied troops had taken up position on any part of the bor der since the latest Berlin crisis began eight days ago Maj Gen Sir Roman Dela combe the British commander in Berlin ordered a company of the Welsh regiment to the bor Sheffield and three younger brothers The car driven by Mahn collided headon with a car driven by Joseph J Och 18 Belgrade Minn Och was not injured Mr and Mrs Mahn are hos pitalized in Melrose Minn She suffered shock and lacerations He has a broken rib and leg in juries Richard Mahn 10 brother of Thomas is hospital zed with a leg fracture Two younger brothers Gene 9 and John 5 were treated for minor njuries and released Thomas was the son of Mr and Mrs Robert Mahn Woden Formerly of Sheffield Mahn s now manager of the Woden elevator Thomas is also sur vived by his maternal grand parents Mr and Mrs E J Droning Sheffield Funeral services have been cnlativcly set for Tuesday at 2 pm at the First Methodist Church here WarlnabyGrarup Funeral Home is in charge der armed with normal infan try weapons and backed by four Centurion tanks and antitank guns The peoples vo armed with machinejy0ur jfe guns and submachine guns andj Before joining the Army in appeared opposite the chaplain served as pas tor in the following churches sector as East German youths were erecting a new barbec wire barrier in the area The move came after most of the West Berlin police force was taken off a state of alarm as tension eased in the city million plant slated for Clinton CHICAGO tfl Swift Co and Skelly 00 Co Monday an nounced formation of an Iowa corporation to construct and operate a million nitrogen products plant near Clinton Iowa The new corporation will be known as Chemical Co the Hawkeye Present plans call for the plant which is to be located on land now under option about a mile southwest of Clinton to employ about 150 persons Officials said the plant will be near two railways and will be flanked by US High ways 30 and 67 Grace Lutheran Chufch in West chester 111the Redeemer Lu theran Church Oak Rest 111 and Lutheran Church Goshen Ind He was a Navy chaplain for two yearsin World War II Erbeto pay for photos bill is involved DBS MOINES Gov Nor man Erbe told the Iowa Execu tive Council Monday he has given State Treasurer M L Abrahamson a check for to cover the cost of all pictures of iiimself paid for by the council since Jan 1 He also said he will pay out of his own pocket to cover an additional 200 pictures the council agreed last week to pay for The governor said that since he has been in office he has received many requests for pic tures of himself from television stations newspapers and a number of private citizens THERE MAY BE an error about the state paying for these Erbe said A controversy over Erbes pic ture purchases was touched off last week when Secretary of State Melvin D Synhorst ques tioned whether it was legal or proper for the state to pay for the pictures Synhorst said this could be in terpreted as political campaign ing and he added that the cost of the pictures each was away out of line Atty Gen Evan Hultman said it would be illegal for the state to pay for any of the pictures if they were to be used for politi cal purposes Hultman also had received a request from Rep John Duffy DDubuque for a formal opinion on the legality of the states paying for the pictures MORE FUEL was added to the controversy when a news paper reported last week that most of the 200 pictures ordered by the governor had been distri buted to Republican county chairmen and vice chairmen Erbe denied this saying those pictures were paid for by his administrative assistant James Maggert The governor showed up at Mondays Executive Council meeting with three packets of pictures authorized by the coun cil He asked the council to rescind its action of last week saying he would pay the entira cost himself Erbe also said there has been static by Synhorst regarding personal news letter he has been sending out to interested citizens regarding happenings in he governors office He said Synhorst was taking ssue with the use of state post age on these letters Erbe declared he wiH continue ending out personal mail as iart of the governors office functions and the council did not object Jn the first seven months o 1960 his Democratic predeces sor Gov Herschel Loveless spent on office postage compared with during the first seven months of Erbes ad ministration On the Inside 2Minutt Mystery Page Editorials 4 Society News 678 Comics 9 Sports1112 North Iowa News 13 Latest Markets 14 Mason City News 1415 Clear Lake News 17 Transit Schedule 18 MEG IS 31 LONDON Mar garet was 31 Monday a few weeks from motherhood AP FREE TO ROAM Kenyatta African nationalist leader expected to play the major role in Kenyas political future appears with his daughter Margaret at Maralal north of Nairobi after winning UN restricted freedom from prison He had served seven years imprisonment and two years of restricted movement for his part in the Mau Mau uprisings i   

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