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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 19, 1961, Mason City, Iowa North lowai Daily Newspaper fdittd for Hw ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper that makes all North I o wans neighbors VOL Associated Press and United Preji Internationa Full Lease MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 19 1961 7c a Paper Consists of Two Ont No 29f To push Tunisian for top U N post College is all right Fees up 71 in 8 years By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTON This is the week when most of an estimated 42 million American young peo ple start off to or go back to college And this is the week when a good many of their par ents finally face up to the fact that college today is a pretty expensive proposition Fees to state residents at major public universities in creased by more than 71 per cent in the years between 1952 and 1960 the American Council on Education reports US Of fice of Education projections in dicate that the average tuition in private colleges and univer sities this year will be as against a year in 193940 At public institutions the rise in the same period has been from to Some specifics on this years college costs have been pubi lished by the Life Insurance Agency Management Associai tion Anybody who attended University of Alaska in 1938 paidj in tuition and fees of with room arid board His son will pay in tuition and fees this year or With room and board At Harvard its for tuition aloneup from in 193940 Thats by no means the highest Tuition at Dartmouth is Benning ton which lumps tuition and room and board is asking a year from its 345 women stu dents The cost of going to collegcj has easily outstripped the rise in the cost of living In the eight year period covered by the American Council on Education survey ended in 1960 the cost of tuition fees and room and board for instate students at public institutions rose 35 per cent as against a rise of 115 per cent in the general Con sumer Price Index This of course does not include this years tuition boosts The rise for overall costs at private col leges and universities is prob ably considerably higher None CLOUDY North Iowa Fair Tuesday night lows in lower 50s Partly cloudy Wednesday southerly winds 1520 miles an hour highs in upper Os Iowa Generally fair Tuesday night lows 5055 east 5560 west Partly cloudy Wednes day highs 7580 Southerly winds 1525 miles an hour Further outlook Somewhat cloudy and cooler with scat tered showers Thursday Minnesota Growing cloudy showers Cooler Highs Wed nesday in 70s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum Minimum Sunrise Sunset 78 48 Resume talks on Katanga Carry on for Dag of the data given so far covers clothing travel books allow ance and other necessities The college population ex plosion probably accounts for a HOWARD E JACKSON Top Kiwanis office to Mason Cityan Howard E Jackson Mason City Tuesday was elected gover nor of the IowaNebraska District of Kiwanis International His term begins Jan 1 The election took place at the annual convention of Kiwanis at New Inn at Lake Okoboji Spirit Lake was the host club Lynn Schlotterbeck Charles City was chosen lieutenant gov ernor for Division 3 including 11 clubs Nearly 800 Kiwanians attended the convention including 20 men and 18 women from Mason City NDOLA Northern Rhodesia highranking UN dele gation arrived in Ndola Tuesday seeking to carry through the Ka tanga peace talks shattered by UN SecretaryGeneral Dag Ham marskjolds death in a plane crash The chief UN negotiator i Mahmoud Khiari chief of civil operations in the Congo He flew to Ndola from Leopold ville while UN intelligence ex perts probed riddles of the wreck that kiHed the secretarygeneral A British government statement said a further task for the delega tion will be to help identify the mutilated bodies of some of Ham marskjolds entourage The statement said Britain is doing all possible to facilitate con tact between the delegation and President Moise Tshombe of Ka tanga who pulled out Monday af ter an overnight stay at this neu tral border town Tshombe returned to Katanga after vainly waiting for 24 hours for Hammarskjold to arrive for peace talks Only late Monday did Tshombe and the world know Hammarskjold was dead in the shattered wreck of his aircraft Tshombe flew back to Ndola Tuesday to meet Khiari Salvage workers pulled another body from the wreck Tuesday morning making a total of 15 dead There is one survivor Lt Col Ben Matlick US air attache from Leopoldvilie who in spected the wreck Tuesday said he was convinced that speculation that the plane may have been shot down was groundless The possibility of sabotage or CLERGYMEN RELEASED The Rev Robert L Pierson 35 a freedom rider from New York and Evanston 111 reads a statement in front of the Jack son Miss jail after he and 12 other Episcopal priests Photoiax gainedfreedom on bond following a desegregation conviction They said they acted to implement church teachings Pierson is a sonrinlaw of New York Gov Nelson Rockefeller Production to resume Wednesday Lift suspensions of Deckers In a surprise development Tuesday afternoon the man agement and union officials at Jacob E Decker and Sons an nounced that the hog killing crew would go back towork at 9 am Wednesday Others of the approximately 650 idled since Monday morn ing will be called back as work becomes available said P J Thogerson general manager at Deckers Both sides had reported Tues day morning that no agreement armed attack had drawn banner was reached Monday night and headlines in Rhodesian no further meetings were pers The lone survivor Harryj scheduled In in idaftemoon Julien an American UN securityj however Thogerson reported good deal of the inflation US Jackson became a member of Department of Education figurcslKiwanis in the fall of 1948 has a show a rise of 83 per cent inject 13year attendance record guard was quoted as saying a series of explosions shook the fourengine DC6B before it plunged into a forest reserve north of town and burned Seasoned pilots who viewed the fireblackened wreckage agreed with Matlick They said it looked like typical results of a crash caused in a landing approach by loss of power or faulty instru ments A Ndola hospital spokesman said the survivor is as comforta ble as could be expected adding He still is very ill and is under heavy sedation He has not spoken here Barber civil avia college attendance in he pastiand has been in a11 Ki decade as against a gain Ofwanis work since lhat only 51 per cent in the total He wasu President of school population club in 1956 He has at For all their expanded plant American colleges are not at tracting as many of our most talented youngsters as theyd like The Presidents Committee on Education Beyond the High School reports that nearly half of the top 25 per cent of all high school graduates have never en tered college The 1957 report of the National Manpower Coun cil estimated that only 25 per cent of girls rated as talented continued beyond high school One answer might be the Shriners mester system now in use at the University of Pittsburgh Penn State and other universities and being instituted this year at Harpur College the liberal arts institution of the State Univer sity of New York Under this plan a student may opt to at tend three trimesters as op posed to two semesters a year By studying 11 months a year he can complete the normal fouryear course in two years and eight months This is a considerable advantage for any body going on to graduate school tended six district conventions and three international conven tions In 1958 he was lieutenant governor of Division 2 Jackson is the newlyappointed county assessor for Cerro Gordo County Prior to this appoint ment he was with the Standard Oil Co for 25 years as supervisor of taxes and real estate He has been active in Chamber of Commerce work and is a mem ber of the First Methodist Church American Legion and Masonic organizations including Col tion director of the Britishrun Central African Federation heads the inquiry into the crash The UN intelligence work is directed by Col Bjorn Egge a Norwegian Hammarsk jo Ids death prompted President Kennedy to decide to go before the United Nations Friday or Monday to affirm at a time of crisis lor the United Nations support for the United Nations and its that management had agreed to modification of the pay scale for Wednesday which caused the original disagreement Under discussion were one Or two hours pay for members of the hog killing crew That crew was suspended Thursday noon and has networked since Final details of the agree ment will be worked out at a meetingat am Wednes day according to M Douglas McMannes president of Local 38 of the United Packinghouse Workers With representatives present from the international union and Armour and Co of which Deckers is a divi sion negotiations continued from 4 to about pm Monday Under discussion was managements suspension of the hog killworkers Thurs day noon and consequent lay off Monday of the pork processing workers The trouble at the plknt started Wednesday McMan nes explained when a fore man refused to relieve a man who for more than an hour asked to go to the restroom when the man finally left the line the foreman fired him As a consequence a work stoppage resulted during two short periods Wednesday Management finally resolved the problem and the men re turned to work Thursday the union asked management for a meeting with its grievance committee to discuss differences in pay time allowed for various men on Wednesday The manage ment refused to meet Mc Mannes said and when the union insisted on the meeting the management suspended all the men in the hog kill department McMannes noted that simi lar trouble is being met by the union in a number of Armour plants throughout the country Slim is choice of West Job must be filled principles a White House It would also allow colleges to increase enrollment by as much as 35 per cent without building new plant Newsweek estimatesthat if all the nations 2000odd colleges vvcrc to go trimester they would create ipacc tor 12 million students almost half the increase ex pected by 3970 Two men killed in blast at Oskaloosa OSKALOOSA m Two men were killed and athird was bad ly burned in an explosion during installation of a boiler at the Continental Manufacturing Co Tuesday Dead are Lee Smith 36 and Louis Kiefer 24 both of Oskaloosa and employed by the company installing the boil er Homer Tarr 41 Oskaloosa employed by Continental which manufactures overalls and den im jackets was badly burned FREEDOMS CRAWL BERLIN East Bcrlin crs crawled over rooftops Mon day night and then slid down a rope to freedom in West Berlin police rcporled Tuesday spokesman said The death also leaves the Congo on the brink of chaos Bluffs upheld on water fluoridqtion DES MOINES Iowa Supreme Court Tuesday upheld the right of Council Bluffs to fluoridate its water supplies Pottawattamie County District Court in a test case had said the city had no authority to enact the water fluoridation ordinance The high court ruling which re versed the District Court said that Council Bluffs acting in good faith and after due deliberation enacted the ordinance which it deemed to be a health measure District Judge R Kent Martin held a year ago that the ordinance was invalid and void and issued a permanent injunction against His ruling was in a suit brought by C L Wilson Harriet Bryant UN troops whowent on and Dorothy Car offensive last week to disarm jterfor themselves and as repre Tshombes troops and bring Katangas mineral wealth back sentatives of other resident tax ers and users of the public water under the Congos central govj supply eminent were still fighting a standoff battle with Tshombes army Cool front will cloud Iowa skies A cool front moving in from the west will bring an end to the gen erally fair weather Iowa has been enjoying the last few days In creasing cloudiness and scattered showers are expected by late Tuesday The showers are due to enter the northwest first and move eastward across the state Wednes day More showers may be ex pected to accompany the cool front Wednesday night and Thurs day However the Weather Bureau said temperatures wouldnt change very much he plaintiffs contended that Council Bluffs planned to use so dium fluoride a poison regulated by Iowa law for fluoridation pur poses They said fluoride was not to be added to the water for the purpose of purifying the same and making it more potable They contended the city was in violation of Iowa law and it had no expressed power from the Iowa Legislature to add fluoride to the water CALL TO WORK WATERBURY Conn MVThe Board of Aldermen unanimously approved Monday a proposal that ablebodied men on relief be put to work on Civil Defense projects including construction of fallout shelters N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Space center at Houston WASHINGTON The U S Space Agency has picked Houston Tex as the site of a million lab oratory which will serve as command center for manned flights to the moon in this decade and to the planets later reaches Berlin BERLIN Gen Lucius D Clay hero of the 194849 blockade flew into Berlin as President Ken nedys personal representative with the promise that the city will remain free in the face of new Commu nist threats Filibuster curbs shelved WASHINGTON The adjournmentbent Con gress has killed a proposal to impose tighter curbs on Senate filibusters and scuttled a presidential re quest to raise postal rates Fallout on increase NEW YORK Radioactive fallout borne on winds from Russias Arctic proving ground has risen to a record high in the nations capital and some other northern and eastern cities But the Public Health Service said the new levels posed no health threat unless sustained over a long period of time To return Dags body NDOLA Rhodesia The body of United Na tions Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold rested ina leadlined casket in a small Ndola hospital Indi cations were that it will be returned to New York for services and then to his native Sweden for burial SAME DATtlHOW lifttf OtpirtMin On the inside Editorials 4 Society News8910 Sports 1314 North Iowa News 15 16 Comics Latest Markets 18 Mason City News Clear Lake News Farm News Two Guard divisions get call to duty WASHINGTON Na tional Guard 32nd Infantry of Wisconsin and the 49th Armored of bejchina infe called to active duty The two guard divisions along with two others were put on no tice Sept 6 that they faced pos sible callup The other two divisions given priority ratings and slated for re enforcement to full strength are the 26th Infantry of Massachusetts and the 28th Infantry of Pennsyl ROM OCR WIRE SERVICES UNITED NATIONS NY nformed diplomatic sources aid Tuesday the General As embly will name Mongi Slim f Tunisia to take over the duties f Secretary General Dag Ham marskjold Slim is slated to be elected resident of the assembly when t convenes its 16th regular an nual session Outgoing assembly president rederick H Boland of Ireland vas expected to suggest that Slim be named as coordinator f the manifold UN a sort of interim secretary gen ral in addition to perform ng his presidential chores The Western powers were ready to support the plan The powerful AfroAsian bloc was certain to do so Blost of the Americans were expected o go along The only opposition was ex pected from the ninenation So let bloc and perhaps Cuba But diplomatic sources said the Russians were expected to accept the proposal grudgingly as a stopgap measure They were not expected to push at this time their demand for a Troika system of three sec retaries general to run the Unit ed Nations There were two uncertainties as the assembly opened One was the timing of the move Tuesdays initial meeting was a short one as the group ad journed out of respect to Ham marskjold The sessions are to re sume Wednesday The other was final assent of Him and the Tunisian govern ment Slim is the number one diplomatic trouble shooter for President Habib Bourguibas government which might be re luctant to release him Chief opposition to the plan was that Slim would have suf ficient to do as assembly pres ident But western backers of the proposal for him to take the office pointed out that the as sembly elects 13 vice presidents most of whom could be put into r service to share the presidential load A new secretarygeneral must be nominated by the Security Council with the agreement of all five permanent the United States the Soviet Union Britain France and Soviet vana Callup of the Wisconsin and divisions will raise Army strength to 16 divisions In addi tion there are three combat ready Marine divisions Two other National Guard di yisions the 26th Infantry of Massachusetts and the 28thIn fantry of Pennsylvania have been placed on priority status Developments in the world would determine whether the 26th and the r28th would be called at a later date If conditions improve he said the Wisconsin and Texas guard divisions may be released from duty in less than 12 months Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara said no decision has been made to send any divi sions to McNamara at the samt time created a new unified command putting 50000 Air Force men and Army personnel into a single airground force The new command will include two crack paratroop the 82nd at Fort Bragg NC and the 101s at Fort Campbell Ky 1819 jand the Air Forces tactical air command units under Gen 20 21 Frank F Everest 7 Foreign Minister An Gromyko said there must be three secretariesgen eral of the United Nations He said of the suggestion that Slim be appointed interim sec retary general Wehold to the principal posi tion on this matter that any one person ivould not be good Gromyko said the question of reorganizing the U N secre tariat structure must be solved right sooner the better Queried by reporters Gromy ko said that to change the sys tern would take a charter amendment He also said no charter amendment was pos sible until mainland China is seated in the United Nations Bulletin WASHINGTON Iowa Army Reserve or Na tional Guard units were dered to active duty Cjct 15 They were 1063rd Aviation Company Waterloo 404 Sig nal Company Waterloo 495 Engineer Battalion Burling ton 301 Field Hospital Cedar Rapids 411 Ordnance Bat talion Maintenance and Sup ply Headquarters and Head Daven port REACHES MOSCOW MOSCOWMVBelgian Foreign Minister PaulHenri Spaak ar rived in Moscow Monday niflht for talks with Soviet Premier Khrushchev
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