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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 25, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North lowai Daily Newspaper Edited for tfw Homt MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper that mokes all North lowans neighbors VOL Associated Prest tnfl United Pren Cnternatlonal Ful Wires MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY AUGUST 25 1961 7c Paper Consists 61 Two No 2711 access Allied OKd for now FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES BERLIN East German Com munist boss Walter Ulbricht said Friday his regime would honor fourpower agreements on Allied access to isolated Berlin until a German peace treaty is signed Discussing the future of Ber lin he said the Soviet Union will continue to control Western traf Emphasis on desalt processes Fresh water shortage seen By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau SUNNY North Iowa Fair to partly cloudy through Saturday Lows Friday night 5560 Highs Sat urday 8285 Iowa Fair to partly cloudy fic through East Germany as agreed in an East GermanSoviet agreement of Sept 20 1955 He stressed that this agree ment would be observed until a German peace treaty is signed The Russians have said they will sign such a treaty this year Meanwhile Britain warned the Soviet Union anew that any bid to interfere with flying rights into West Berlin would create a dangerous situation and that Mos icow would be to blame The Foreign Office disclosed it has advised British nationals con templating visits to East Ger many that they would travel at their own risk A spokesman told newsmen the through Saturday W a r m e States Britain and France southeast Friday night lowsjwill send notes rejecting the in lower 60s southeast to lower Soviet charges that use of the 50s northwest Highs corridors to Berlin is being in lower 80s northeast to about j abused by the Allies a 90 southwest Further outlook veiled threat by Rus cloudy and mild Sunsia to clamp down on flights day COMMUNIST guards fired warn WASHINGTON Shortages 0fMinnesota Fair cooler Highs fresh water will affect every re gion of the United States by 1975 This is the sober estimate of the Saturday near 80 ing shots to scare away about 30 West Berliners who had crowded to the barbed wire bar GlobeGazette weather data rier jn the French sector to watch up to 8 am Friday Minimum At 8 am Sunrise Sunset Office of Saline Water established under the Saline Water Act of Maximum 1952 The ominous facts are As a nation we consume 312J billion gallons of fresh water ai day The available supply comes to 515 billion gallons a day Al ready there are shortages in sev eral regions One especially dry town Coalinga Calif for twoj years has been obtaining all of its drinking water from an elec trodialysis plant treating brackish wells i 79 57 64 ORDINARILY we think of fresh water primarily in terms of hu Clouds may hamper view of eclipse Partly cloudy skies were ex Red activity on the other side West Berlin police said of the incident at Frohnau that a Com munist suddenly ordered Go back 100 meters 110 yards or we will shoot The crowd did not move Then came a rattle of gun fire Western police persuaded the people then to pull back for their own safety The incident was another in outbursts of violence on both sides of the border that kept tension and tempers high in this 13th day of the border war of nerves WRECKAGE OF DEATH CAR is the wreck Photofax ing Maguire and his son Danny 6 Police said the age of a car driven by Wilfred J Maguire Council speedometer was jammed at between 100 and 105 Bluffs that smashed at high speed into a parked truck on a superhighway south of Council Bluffs kill miles an hour Later three other Maguire children were found dead at their home Profit sharing plan at stake Union AMC contract set man consumption Not so by anyjpected over the state Friday FOR THE FIRST time since means as International Nickelsjnight and the clouds coidd hamil946 the U S Army garrison in Corrosion Reporter reminds us iper Iowas view of a nearly toJBerlin has artillery WhPii nnp rpmpmhprc taj eclipse of the moon whichsix 105mm howitzers The how begins at pm The midjitzers have a range of about one ton of steel 20 tons to will be reached at yards An Army spokes When one remembers that 275 tons of water are needed to make one ton of sulfuric acid and 20 pm barrels of water to refine one man said they are fitted to use Echo I the manmade standard shells and not rnous industrial appetite for wa 1 i uit lllallinctUC UaliUUU hLen0r satellite will pass over Iowa at rising in the westnorth ter becomes apparent and t the th e atomic warheads Tank guns have been the biggest arma ment of the garrison swelled consumes 45 per cent of the uu by reinforcements last Sunday in he US Agricultural irrigation 6500 men demands another 45 per cent Thej Tnus be a big skywatch Foj third straight day remaining 10 per cent goes nigf lf troops patrolled the 25 household use iclouds don t interfere mile EastWest Berlin border Smallscale desalinization of Pleasant temperatures wereTwenty American soldiers and ler by evaporation has been for the weekend with a tank were stationed at the ticed on shipboard for centuries jonly a few scattered light showFriedrichstrasse trouble spot tlement announcement both sides had a ballroom reserved at a downtown hotel UAW President Walter P FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES DETROIT United Auto Workers union and American Motors Corp are believed close to a settlement in their efforts to write a trailblazing contract providing the industrys first profit sharing plan This could be the day To pare for the possibility of a setthird day of secret negotiations Reuther AMC Vice President Edward L Cushman and 10 other officials from both sides met through the night in their to reach an agreement for 25 000 workers The UAW hopes to reach an agreement with AMC by this j weekend and then use it as a lever against General Motors Ford and Chrysler whose con tracts for 500000 workers expire in six days The AMCUAW pact does not run out until Sept 6 Thomas Jefferson as secretary of state on Nov 21 1791 summar ized for Congress the history of salt water conversion from the 16th century until his day But little concerted effort to solve the cost problem of conversion was made in this country until prospects of a nationwide water shortage loomed after World War II THE SALINE Water Act di rected the secretary of the inter ior to undertake a fiveyear pro gram in search of a practicable LONDON UPD A campaign is under way in Sir Winston comfortable weather which them on the other side of Churchills WansteadWoodford ers late Friday and FridayJTwelve Communist police and a night expected to mar the cannon were stationed op fi 11 JL1 1 1 Move launched to force Winnie out of Commons covered Iowa for several days Bulletin WASHINGTON UP United States Friday launched a satellite from Wallops Is land Va to scout the space trails for perils posed by cos mic dust and grit the border The border crossing point atj Friedrichstrasse was the only one still open to Western traffic going into East Berlin PLANS VACATION WASHINGTON UPI The White House said Friday that President Kennedy hopes to take a vacation of a week or 10 days at Cape Cod possibly in Sep tember j constituency to have him resign lowcost means of producing from sea water or from other waters water of a quality suit able for agriculture industrial municipal and other beneficial consumptive uses The program subsequently was extended through 1963 but until recently it has been conducted on a rather leisurely basis It became apparent in the i960 presidential campaign that spend able money was forthcoming no matter who was elected The Re publican platform took credit for initiating the research and pledged its continuance John F Kennedy j said of saline water The first country thats able toj do that will earn far more prcsi tige than we lost by being second in outer spate INDUSTRY OP late has been getting its feet wet In addition to Inco Strainers Wells Ionics American Machine Foundry Westinghouse Electric General j Electric and Fairbanks Whitney j ate pioneering Two University ofi California engineers on Aug 23 1960 announced development of a method of desalting water 100 times faster than by previous I processes Now the administration is askj ing for unlimited j as to continue the research and demonstration pro gram for an indefinite period Sites have been selected widely separated for five demonstration plants producing desalted water Ihesf i EICHMANNS SON TAKES BRIDE Argentina following their civnTa i ucoL tit r j 11 f T T j j i 11 nnoniinp ir in rvnnnmini Horst Eichmann 21yearold son of nage Horst is the son of the man now tiling II till 11 1 I Til i 1 T i p i 1 I 1 method is achieved it will be one I Ado I Lichmann and his bride hlvira on trial in Israel for the mass slaughter of the major technical develop Teresa Ptimmer 21 stand in registry of Jews under Hitler The bride is the ments of the century j office at Tigre near Buenos Aires member of an Argentine family below that headline the news paper stated Churchill should go That is the cry that is getting stronger in some circles in Wanstead Woodford Editor A R Tittman said the newspaper was not in any sense conducting a campaign to ob tain Churchills resignation We are simply reflecting and reporting what more and more people are saying Tittman said The newspaper reported that Liberals and Socialists Labor Should he resign In an editorial ites clajm that Sir Winston is no longer able to represent the conj btituency properly j Alan Philipott chairman o Liberal party said everyone will agree Sir Winstor has done a tremendous service to this country in the past but in view of his advanced years there is widespread feeling that the time has come for a younger man to take over Churchill stated in a Woodforc speech in October 1959 that he hoped to slay in Commons until he died from Parliament to make way for a younger man The 86yearold Sir Winston has been returned to the House of Commons regularly since 1945 In editorials and news dis patches in the past several weeks the constituencys local weekly The Woodford Guardian has raised the question Sir Winston N ews in a utshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Peace Corps OKd WASHINGTON President Kennedys bill inext dav or so we may no to establish the overseas settlement before the T n contract expires Romney said Peace Corps on a perma how were nent basis has been progrcss in the talks and ap passed by the benate peared hopeful of a settlement The measure which now goes to the House au Negotiations at the Big Three were placed on the back burner while the AMCUAW talks neared a climax But if no AMC agreement is reached this week end the union is expected to turn again to the Big Three WHILE A news blackout was imposed on the UAWAMC talks sources close to the negotiations held at an East Side riv erfront both sides al ready had reached agreement on substantial areas of the contract but it was not yet cer tain that a settlement would be reached before the weekend AMC President George Rom ney said that unless UAW ne gotiations are settled within the Mother grieves family Father kills four self COUNCIL BLUFFS Judila Maguire was supposed to go home from the hospital Friday or Saturday to her husband and four children Officials delayed telling her that she didnt have a family any more The distraught husband Wilfred J Maguire 33 a Council Bluffs truck driver killed the children and himself Thursday and left a note saying he couldnt take it any longer In the morning before the old est children Mary Frances 14 Floyd 13 and William 12 awak ened from their sleep Maguire strangled them with a cord ripped from a Venetian blind But the youngest child Danny 6 had awakened Maguire put him in the family car and drove out on the divided highway Inter state 29 Barely beyond the city limits a stalled stock truck was parked on the shoulder Maguire crashed into the rear of it deliberately according to Dr A L Sciortino Pottawat tamie County medical examiner Maguire and Danny died in the wreck This was the story put together by the sheriffs office after hours of investigation that did not un fold until late in the day when two brothers of Maguire found the older children dead in their beds A suicide note Maguire had written referred to his troubles and a traffic accident last Febru ary in which both he and his wife had been injured Mrs Maguire had suffered from recurrent headaches and a week ago she went to the hospital for treatment The note addressed to his wife and signed Love Mac read Sorry but this is the best way out Pains in back from accident Feb 9 1961 and bills since then I cant take any longer All three kids in trouble all the time make it worse Written on the note after the signature possibly after the older children died were the words Danny woke up Him too Authorities said they knew of no trouble involving the children and On the inside Editorials Page 4 Mason City News 67 Latest Markets 7 1 North Iowa News 8 i Sports 910 Society News 1314 Clear Lake News 14 Comics 15 Transit Schedule 16 TV Guide Pullout Section ACTRESS WEDS HONOLULU Au Meadows and Robert F iSix president of Continental Air Lines were married Thursday n an Episcopal ceremony thorizes million for the corps first year with the intent of putting 2 700 volunteers abroad or in training by next June 30 U N vote near UNITED The U N General As sembly is winding up its Tunisian debate and all indications point to over whelming approval for a r e s o lution calling on France to take her troops off Tunisian soil Schools ruling RICHMOND Va A Romney in a speech Thurs day at Mukwanago W i s stressed the importance he placed on AMCs offer of a prof it sharing plan for union mem bers I BELIEVE the idea of progress profit sharing is an American fundamental he said We are determined to move ahead in this respect It was unlikely however that the Big Three would go along with the AMC profit sharing plan When the UAW tried for a similar plan in 1958 the indus try denounced it as alien to the free enterprise system They apparently have not changed their attitude In threeyear contracts offered the UAW Tuesday the Big Three proposed a total 21cent hourly wage increase plus im proved fringe benefits But the SAME DATE1WO3W federal judge has ruled companies made no mention of that Prince Edward j prof it sharing County Va must stop The UAW rejected the GM of allowing the use of pubCer Tuesday theFord proposal lie funds for private chrysler schools so long as its public schools are closed in a segregation dispute Charge by Cuba UNITED Cuba has accused the United States of setting up an atomic base and a remote control rocket base in Puerto Rico Wont meeting WASHINGTON The United States Brit ain and West Germany pressed France to agree to calling a foreign min isters meeting with Rus sia on the Berlin crisis in New York late next month MAGUIRE DANNY that Maguire might have referred to problems of caring for the youngsters while his wife was away Maguires back pains may have hampered his work driving a truck for the Burlington Trans fer Co here The medical examiner fixed the time of the deaths of Mary Frances Floyd and William at about am The time of the crash on highway was about am A motorist in the opposite lane told authorities he saw Maguire plow into the parked truck for no ap parent reason A neighbor of the Maguires Mrs Don Williams said she saw the father leave with Danny and there was no indication of any thing being wrong in the house Photofax CHILDREN three children were be lieved strangled by their father Wilfred J Maguire at their home here he took another child and deliberately crashed into a parked truck killing him self and the child police said These three are Mary Floyd and William Maguire i   

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