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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 25, 1961, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edittd for fht MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL W The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Astoclited Prew and United Frew International Full Lease MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY SEPTEMBER 25 1961 We a Paper Consists of Two SectionsSection OM No 301 Some Germans wary Sharp watch on U S plan Gen Lucius D Clay Presides Kennedys envoy to Berlin had an hours talk with West German President Heinrich Luebke Monday on the situation in divided Berlin and Germany A spokesman for Luebke said the meeting was held in a cordial atmosphere at Luebkes official residence in Berlin No details of the talk were disclosed Gen Clay arrived in Berlin last week President Luebke who lives in the West German capital of Bonn came Saturday One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE to open West Berlins new Op era House He made a speech Sunday telling Germans to have full confidence in the Western allies We can really have con fidence in the firmness of our allies Their promises have to be taken seriously in every respect has not come here to surrender Berlin but to defend he did in 1948 Luebke KGLO U300 KWLC Decorah 1240 WOJ Ames 810 WTAD Quincy 830 pm Sun pm Sun am Tues pm Thurs WSUI Iowa City 910 am Sat What goes on behind that Berlin wall As President Kennedys per sonal envoy to West Berlin Clay told a private meeting of pub lishers and reporters last week that US officials are informing West German it must face up to the existence of Communist East Germany and let the East rermans have some authority over access to Berlin West Berliners generally in terpreted Clays offtherecord remarks as removing all hope or the reunification of Germany in the foreseeable future Mayor Willy Brandt of West 3erlin commented bitterly We lave lost1 some hopes but also some illusions By illusions the mayor meant the ability of many West Berlin ers to convince themselves that he concrete curtain thrown across the divided city by the ommunists Aug 13 was merely a temporary inconvenience British newspapers predicted a dramatic switch in US policy toward Germany is shap ng up despite the denials by iay and Washington The Daily Mail described lays offtherecord remarks as a calculated indiscretion The apers Washington correspond nt Bruce Rothwell reported resident Kennedy is about T begin this commentary with a few excerpts out of reports brought back to the free by some qualified observers who have been behind that new ly constructed wall sealing off East Berlin from West Berlin 1 Nobody can stay here even a few hours and escape the feel ing of evidence of the Communists failure that they are trying to hide behind their wall 2 A fourday trip behind the Iron Curtain in East Germany can be an education in fear I saw fear in the eyes of the young and old Communists and nonCommunists workers and businessmen shopkeepers and intellectuals And I saw armed policemen back away nervously from menacing crowds 3 new campaign of terror is under way all across the coun try Everywhere blueshirted boys and young men of the Comion to East Germany munistrun Free German Youth are being organized into vigi lante order groups They pa trol the streets cafes political meetings dance halls and parks 4 Walking along the Wol lankstrasse I felt an uneasy strange silence There were no smiles or laughter People in twos and threes stood on corj ners looking westward i 5 East Germany now must be considered no less a captive nation than other Soviet satellite countries In the light of all this it re mained for William R Frye United Nations editor for the Christian Science Monitor to come forward with this inter pretation of the phenomena herei covered Much of what Soviet Premier Nikita S Khrushchev has done is a confession of weakness or at least inadequate strength It is not really a display of confi dence at all This Frye added is pre cisely the opposite of the irApres sion Khrushchev has sought to convey He has blustered and threatened and attempted to in timidate the world with a giant multimegaton bomb He has sought to portray himself as a great colossus astride a trem bling globe But this well respected com mentator on world affairs hastens to point out the facts arc very different from the im pression the Kremlin would leave Nothing but the most polling military necessity thej Christian Science staffer con tends could have prompted Khrushchev to undertake a course of action so incredibly damaging to him in a hundred other ways as the resumption of Soviet bomb testing In some detail he explains that from a strictly tactical point of view everything the Kremlin has done lately has been de fensive rather than offensive in character Sealing off East Berlin Frye argued is equivalent to build ing a Chinese wall Its de fensive not offensive Barring the corridors to Berlin would be defensive not offensive Almost from the day hat join Turn to Pagt 2 WARMER North Iowa Generally fair and warmer Monday night and Tuesday Lows Monday night 4347 Highs Tuesday 7075 Iowa Generally fair and warm er Monday night and Tuesday Lows Monday night 4550 Highs Tuesday in the 70s Fur ther outlook Partly cloudy Wednesday Minnesota Partly cloudy warm er Highs Tuesday in 70s GlobeGazette weather data up 0 8 am Monday Maximum 59 Minimum 38 Sunrise Sunset 606 GlobeGazette weather data up o 8 am Sunday Kennedy goes to UN for peace race plea Maximum Minimum Precipitation 49 41 16 Understudy to be next for Willson NEW YORK AP Meredith AiUson announced Monday he has igned for production ofhis next i iroadway musical The Under tudy but declined to tell what is about If he sums up the plot in a entence it will blow the whole ling was the only explanation n aide would give of Willsons esire to keep the topic secret ntil opening night Despite the title he added the show will not have a backstage Setting Willson will write the show book as well as the music and lyrics repeating his triple stint in The Music Man and The Unsinkable Molly Brown The Understudy is being pro duced by the Stuart Co a white way management recently formed by Stuart Ostrow Premiere is scheduled for next season SABOTAGE UNLIKELY SALISBURY Southern Rho desia Col Bjorn Egge U N intelligence chief in Katanga has ruled out 99 per cent of the possibility that sabo tage caused the plane crash Ptiotofas PRESIDENTS FAN CLUB Jacqueline Kennedy wife of the President sits with members of her party three sistersinlaw Jean Smith Mrs Sargent Shriv in a section of the U N normally reserved for the er and Mrs Peter Lawford At rear are Mr and Mrs diplomatic corps as they listen to the President Pierre Salinger the Presidents press secretary and speak Left to right are Mrs Charles Wrightsman socialite friend of the Kennedys Mrs Kennedy eady to grant limited recognijwhich killed Dag Hammar Iskjold PDotofax BERLIN TUG OF WAR A 77yearold woman is literallycaught in an EastWest tug of war as she tries to escape from East to West Berlin An East Berlin policeman holds her arm while a West Ber liner grabs her legs as she dangles from second floor window of house in Bernauerstrasse on border of the citys Communist controlled and western sectors The West Berliner wrenched the elderly woman free and they fell into the waiting fire brigade safety net Teacher tot killed at Clarion CLARION A Des Moine school teacher and a fourmonths old baby were fatally injured Sun day night in a twocar collision on a Wright County road about nine miles southeast of here Sheriff Robert Blecker identi fied the victims as Edna Mc Cutcheon 59 Des Moines and Kathryn Freese fourmonthsold daughter of Mr and Mrs Verl Dean Freese also of Des Moines Freese 27 was treated at a lo cal hospital then rushed by ambu lance airplane to Methodist Hos pital at Des Moines suffering from a depressive skull fracture hospital attendants said He un derwent surgery early Monday Freeses wife Donna 29 suf fered fractures of her right knee cap and left ankle and leg cuts She was in fair condition Also under treatment in fair condition were Lee Maxheimer 32 and Betty Bunn 22 both of Clarion who had announced wed ding plans for next month Maxheimer suffered rib frac tures cuts and bruises and Miss Bunn was treated for head cut and fractures of the ankle hee and knee cap Sheriff Blecker said the two cars involved were driven by Freese and Maxheimer Yank pacifist on way to Russia HIROSHIMA Japan UPD American pacifist Dr E a r 1 e Reynolds sailed Sunday in his yacht for Soviet territorial wa ters to protest against Russian resumption of nuclear testing Also aboard Reynolds yacht the Phoenix was his wife their son Ted 22 daughter Jessica 17 and Thomas Yoneda a Califor nian friend who is studying in Japan A crowd of more than 1500 persons watched as the yacht pulled away from the pier Reyn olds said he planned to go through witti his original sched ule of sailing into Vladivostok harbor On the inside N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Ford talks at hand DETROIT Ford Motor Co has handed the United Auto Workers union a revised contract offer subject to peaceful conclusion of new agreements within the next two weeks The new offer paralleled the contract settlement reached earlier at General Motors where a twoweek strike ended Sunday mid night by order of the UAW executive board Ulbricht in Moscow German Communist chief Wal ter Ulbright arrived unannounced in Moscow presum ably for consultations on the latest developments in the Berlin crisis still in session WASHINGTON Congress went back to work Monday hoping for adjournment by Tuesday night at the latest The leaders were keeping their fingers crossed Still to be disposed of were three appropria tions bills 350 flee Katanga NDOLA Rhodesia More than 350 refugees from neighboring Katanga Province have fled into jthe moral force of the world com the safety of Northern Rhodesia since Sunday as the jmunity threat of more bloodshed mounted in the breakaway THE TROIKA To install a Congolese province Belgian settler Maurice Gaillard jtriumvirate or any panel or ro said the flight was mainly due to the rising terror of itating authority in the U N ad Unveils disarm policy Red demands turned down UNITED NATIONS NY AP President Kennedy proclaimed to the UN Assembly Monday that the United States possesses both the will and the weapons to resist Communist aggression in Berlin or any place else in the world At the same time he presented a sixpoint U S disarmament plan and challenged the Soviet Union to accept it so that the arms race can be discarded in favor of a peace race A half dozen rounds of applause dotted the 38minute speech of the President his first before the United Nations After he spoke the U S dele gation distributed to all 99 dele gations printed documents con taining details of the disarma ment plan A high U S source said the plan was one of the most bold and farreaching put forth any where It won immediate full and enthusiastic endorsement from Britain Looking forward to a resump tion of a long deadlocked disarm ament negotiations the plan called for disarmament in three stages It would wind up with scrapping of all arms and dis banding of all armed forces ex cept for enough to maintain inter nal order and contribute toward a UN peace force A new element in the first stage is a ban on transfer to nonatomic nedys speech to the UN GeneralJpowers of any control over atomic Assembly Monday SECRETARYGENERAL Dag HAMMARSKJOLDS DEATH His tragedy is deep in our learts but the task for which he died is at the top of our agenda The problem is not the death of one man the problem is the life of this organization SUCCESSOR TO HAMMARSK JOLD Our dedication to that U N charter must be strength ened by the selection of an out standing civil servant to carry orward the responsibilities of the lecretarygeneral a man en lowed with both the wisdom and he power to make meaningful Mrs Robert Kennedy wife of the Presidents brother Highlights of JFKs UN talk UNITED NATIONS NY AP Highlights of President Ken weapons Words of praise came from the great majority of UN delegates who listened to Kennedys speech The President in an address alternately tough and conciliatory told the Soviet Union the United States believes a peaceful agree ment is possible for the central world crisis that of divided Ber lin But he added that threat of force must be rejected because yielding to threats can only lead to war The Presidents address cov ered the broad spectrum of crises confronting a frightened world He proposed a sixpoint disarma ment plan and called for the creation of a UN peace force Kennedy urged the small na to restive Baluba tribesmen Reservists ready WASHINGTON Army Reservists called to ac tive duty in the Berlincrisis are expected to be com bat ready in four months half the time required to train such units in the Korean war The speedup in training the 120000 reservists who will go on ac tive duty next month was attributed by the Army to a newprogram emphasizing physical fitness Oliver plant to be closed for 2 weeks CHARLES CITY The Oliver orp plant here will be closed for the next two weeks accord ng to Frank Pryatel plant manager The reason for the first weeks shutdown Pryatel said is to give the plant time to take in ventory No reason was given by Pryatel for the second weeks shutdown Editorials Pagt 4 Society News iJt News Quiz Sports 1112 North Iowa 13 offs Some key workers will Latest MarkttsH icontinue to work through the Worktrs who have Vacations coming will take them during he first weeks shutdown Others will take voluntary lay Mason City News 1415 Comics Clear Lake News U 20 shutdown Pryatel said On Oct all workers who were working Friday will return to their jobs Pryatel continued James rector for Local 1315 United Auto Workers said the local union officials have agreed to ministrative offices would replace order with anarchy action witi paralysis and confidence wit gross confusion To give this or ganization three drivers ti permit each great power in ef feet to decide its own case would entrench the cold war in the headquarters of peace ARMS RACE It is there fore our intention to challenge the Soviet Union not to an arms race but to a peace race to advance with us step by step puoicuy stage by stage until general and complete disarmament has actu ally been achieved extend the present work con DISARMAMENT PLAN The tract for an additional week program to be presented to this from Oct 1 to Oct 7 The action was taken Clark said to allow more time for negotiating a new contract The present contract is due to expire Oct 1 Union and plant officials have been negotiating a new contract for the last six weeks Both sides have made a num berof proposals but as yet have reached no agreement Clark said assembly for general and com jplcte disarmament under effective international control woulc achieve under the eye of an in ternational disarmament organi zation a steady reduction in forces both nuclear and con ventional until it has abolished all armies and all weapons ex cept those needed for internal or der and a new UN peace force And it starts that process now today even as the talks begin U N EMERGENCY FORCES The United States recom mends that all member nations earmark special peacekeeping units in their armed forces to jbc on call to the United Nations to be specially trained and quickly available and with ad vance provision for financial and logistic suatoorU the United Nations and defeat Soviet efforts to impose a troika system of threeman control over its police power The troika he said would re place order with anarchy action with paralysis and confidence with gross confusion The President told the 99nation General Assembly the United Na tions very life is at stake in the issue raised by the death in Af rica of SecretaryGeneral Dag Hammarskjold He urged for new strength and new roles for the United Nations President Kennedy proposed an approach to disarmament which would be both farreaching and realistic It is therefore our intention to challenge the Soviet Union not to an arms race but to a oeace race to advance with us step by step stage by stage until gereral and complete disarmament has ac ually been achieved Wo invite them now to go beyond agree ment in principle and to reach agreement on actual plans he said Attacking the Soviet proposal to substitute a threeman executive or a single Kennedy urged strengthening of the charter first of all by selec ion of an outstanding civil serv ant to continue Hammarskjoldsi ivork Of the Soviet plan he said To nstall n triumvirate or any panel r rotating authority in thb United Nations administrative ices would replace order with itiarchy action with paralysis j nd confidence with gross con usion
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