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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 16, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 100 The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors AHocUttd Urtted IU Uis Win MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY OCTOBER 16 1961 CowW of Two SeeHOMSeeltoOn Ne ft French demand slowdown in Berlin dealings LONDON UP Britain acted Monday to speed moves for a negotiated settlement of the Berlin crisis despite Frances insistence on a slowdown John Russell chief Foreign Office spokesman announcedj Britains top expert on German affairs Sir Evelyn Shuckburgh probably will join his American French and West German op posite numbers in Washington soon for policymaking talks The date for this meeting has yet to be set Russell told newsmen He said it would replace the fourpower Western meet tentatively set for London Thursday but which the French blocked The French government wanted more time for thought Russell told reporters seeking the reasons for the cancellation Cancellation of the Big Four meeting underlined the difficul ties the Allies will face among One Mans A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO 1300 KWLC Dccorah 1240 WOI Ames 1040 WTAD Quincy 930 pm Sun pm Sun am lues pm Chnrs WSTTI Iowa City 9101 am Sat Will there be a blending of the races themselves if they ever get into negotiations with Russia over Berlin The future of interallied talks remained obscure as the Western diplomats discussed what to do next The United States had an invitation out to the proposed participants to come to Washington In London the Foreign Office said its delegate Deputy Un dersecretary Sir Evelyn Shuck burgh would go to Washington IA West German spokesman jsaid over the weekend the Bonn delegate Deputy Foreign Min t to ister Karl Carstens planned to H T the moment I can t think leavg foj Wednesday of a question with more ani schfeduled In Washington swers than what lies ahead Secretary Of State Floyd America in the field of race w dropped his pian to go lations Youll get a wide range to of none of them will be amply documented I Frances Jean Lalois Direc The bitterest foes of desegretor of European Affairs in the gation insist that it would lead Foreign Ministry apparently inevitably to intermarriage and was going to no meeting on ne they assume this to be the worst in London or of all fates for our country This contention is most often met with the word and a counter claim that the added proximity of the races that comes with equality under Washington The French stand is that the Allies would weaken their bar gaining position by rushing into negotiations with the Reds over a Moscowcaused dispute while LUIlcs W1U1 cquauLj uuuci the law is no real sense conthe Kremlin is threatening Ber ducive to intermarriage in has displayed no wil hHgness to negotiate on any of Colored People NAACP con sider the intermarriage claim a red herring designed to divert consideration of the fundamen tals involved in racial equality Then there are those who pro ceed from the thesis that a blending of the races is inevi table Among those who have OIIIIts predicted the amalgamation ofj News the white and Negro races isj rransjt historian Allan Nevins His I words i I do not for a moment believe that in our mighty American On the inside Editorials Page 4 News Quiz 5 Society News 8910 Sports 1314 Latest Markets 16 Mason City News 1617 Comics 18 20 Schedule 22 North Iowa News 24 river of many nationalities two DEFECTORS REWARDED TAIPEI Formosa UP The Chinese Nationalist air force currents can flow side by side Monday presented worth down the centuries without ultiof gold bars to two members of mately becoming one I Chinese Communist air cite a dozen analogies from hisforce who defected and brought lory to prove that such a proa cropdusting plane with them cess is inexorable irresistiblejoct 7 Once the Negro is as welleduj cated as wellmannered asj wellpaid as welld r e s s c d and wellguided as the whites once the colored race has be come socially economically and culturally the absolute equal of the white race then intermarriage will become fre quent Nobody will advocate it but it will be an inevitable result Arnold Toynbee the famed British historian has expressed the view that intermingling of the races is one of the two HEARTY WELCOMES TO the mighty and the lowly received equally warm greetings on arrival in this country Monday At left Vice President Lyndon Johnson shakes hands with a camel driver Bashir Ahmad whom he met on a dusty road in India last Photofax spring Ahmad is a guest at Johnsons ranch in Texas At right President Kennedy offers his hand to Urho Kekkonen President of Finlandthe first visit to Washington for a Finnish chief of state WARM North IowaGenerally fair and continued mild through Tues day Lows Monday night in upper 40s Highs Tuesday in lower 80s Iowa Generally fair and mild through Tuesday Lows Mon day night 4652 Highs Tues day 8085 Further outlook Mostly fair warm south but possibly cooler north Wednes day FiveDay Iowa For the period Tuesday through Saturday tem peratures will average near normal Normal Jiighs from 60 to 67 degrees Normal lows from 38 to 44 degrees Mild in the first part of the period but turning colder Friday and Sat urday Little or no rainfall indicated Minnesota Fair and continued warm high near 80 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Monday Maximum 79 Minimum 40 Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum 66 Minimum 31 GlobeGazette Weather data up to8 am Sunday Maximum 58 Minimum 36 card that went astray has given the American Peace Corps its iirst black eye in the field Nigerian university students de manded Sunday that the corps unit sent to teach Nigerians be Tells of squalor in Nigeria Would quit Peace Corps IBADAN Nigeria post expelled because of criticism of 1000 students at Ibadan Univerboro Mass quickly apologized to ii ntirtrttr f IiniTimClf 17 nllf f IOC Y17V1 f primitive living conditions in this yearold African republic written by an thought in the group Her postcard home dropped ac cidentally on the campus stirred jity College to an angry demon stration denouncing the American volunteers as agents of impe rialism Margery Michelmore 23 Smith College honor graduate from Fox N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES SAME Bulletins MOSCOW Soviet Union has fired another multi stage rocket more than 7500 miles into the Central Pacific the official Tass New Agency said Monday NEW YORK Coast Guard reported that a one man yellow life raft has been sighted by a fleet of planes seeking an Air Force bomber that disappeared over the North Atlantic during Opera tion Sky Shield II Emergency landing FORT WORTH Tex A propjet Braniff Elec tra plane with stuck landing gear and 49 persons on board made an emergency landing on a cushion 01 foam at Car swell Air Force Base Nobody was hurt Sukarno is ailing JAKARTA Sukarno will fly to Vienna Thursday for purposes of further diag nosis and treatment of a serious kidney ailment Ultimatum on Singapore KUALA LUMPUR Malaya Malayan Premier Tengku Abdul Rahman told Parliament Malaya would not allow Britain to use Singapore as a SEATO base once Singapore and Malaya were merged Court upholds ruling WASHINGTON The Supreme Court affirmed a decision holding unconstitutional two acts of the Louisiana Legislature designed to aid that state s efforts to prevent racial desegregation Fires first Polaris CAPE CANAVERAL Americas largest mis silefiring nuclear submarine launched its first Polaris rocket from the Atlantic Oceans depths about 200 miles southeast of this testing center The 6900 ton USS Ethan Allen sixth member of the nation s growing fleet of Polaris submarines conducted the shot under stiff secrecy imposed by the Navy Erbe withholds decision DBS MOINES Gov Norman Erbe said he was undecided whether to appoint an Iowa committee to help resolve a boundary dispute between Iowa and Nebraska Yanks rescue Cubans 45 fled homeland MIAMI Fla AP Fortyfive Cuban refugees 18 of them chil dren arrived in Miami Monday after a Coast Guard rescue off lithe Bahamas island of Cay Sal Iwith a US destroyer standing by The destroyer sped to the scene after reports that a Cuban boat had fired on the small leaking craft bearing the refugees But refugee arrivals in Miami said 11 they heard no shots We heard no shots but later heard rumors that there had been some was the unanimous re port of six women aboard The women and children were taken to a Miami hotel The 21 Tien aboard were detained by im migration authorities for ques loning P S Willmore chief immigra ion official in Key West and Sir Robert Stapledon governor of the British Bahamas issued brief itatements The British governor who sent policemen to the tiny island to nvestigate said shots had been exchanged between two Cuban Ishing boats just offshore after the refugees landed Willmore told newsmen I university authorities for writ ing the thoughtless card and offered to resign from the corps in an attempt to quiet the up roar Peace Corps Director Sargent Shriver said in Washington he talked to the Nigerian arnbassa dor and he turbed He said it was the type of thing you could expect in this MARGERY MICHELMORE Rubbish suitor says of marriage WALLINGFORD Conn API Robert R Nielson 28 of Bridge port Conn tried to patch things up with his former fiancee Sun day night He failed So police said he went looking for vengeance on a source of his troubles He was arrested moments after he heaved a huge garbage can through a window of the jewelry store where he gagement ring not seem dis kind of operation and I agreec with The anfiArnerican demonstra tion was organized after someone reportedly had found on the cam pus grounds the postcard thai Miss Michelmore had written to a friend in Boston telling him With all the training we had we were really notprepared for the squalor and absolutely primi five living conditions rampani both inthe cities and the bush We had had no idea abou spoke with the Cuban political refugees and they said that they were not shot at and that there was no shooting in their vicinity while they were on Cay Sal or while they were in the Cay Sal is leased by Clarence B Moody 63 owner of a Miami dredging business and once a builder of homes on islands near Miami Moody said that he had notified the Coast Guard Satur day morning to pick up the ref ugeesafter receiving a radiotel ephone call from a caretaker on the island Then in the afternoon Moody said he received another call from the caretaker Cleo Sears Thfs time he said to me A Cuban boat is firing on the ref ugees on shore We are resper ately in need of help I notified the Coast Guard Moody said The Coast Guard boat and a we jJou iiciu uu iutci awuu what underdeveloped means It destroyer already enroute were told to wait offshore Saturday night The pickup was made the next morning really is a revelation and once we got over the initial horrified shock it is a very rewarding ex perience Everyone except us lives in the streets cooks in the streets and even goes to bath rooms in the streets She described the university as great fun but added I just hope they do not repeat last and Mrs Joseph Szabo talk with members of a family of 16 they welcomed j one ot tne two to their Lorain Ohio home after fire destroyed the sources from which enduring home occupied by the big family Holding her baby world peace would originate Joan is Mrs George Barker Beside her seated is her husband Other members of the family are front row from left Carol Linda Shirley Robert Gary and Dennis Barker Back row Janet Ruth Ann holding Michael and Everett The Szabos son Nick went to investigate when he heard fire sirens and brought the Barker family back with him Three other Barker children are not shown The Szabos have 12 grown children Photofax The other he says is world government And how long is this going to take Again if you accept it as a fact youre confronted with a wide a s s o r t m e nt of guesses ranging from 500 or 1000 years to never Such sta tistics as are available would tend to support the never pre diction more than the stated time forecast j Curiously enough the highest rates ever recorded for Negro white marriages were in large northern cities in the decades following the Civil War The in cidence of such unions had dropped sharply this century A survey of the 97600 mar riage licenses issued in Wash ington BC over an eightyear period in the 40s showed that only 373 of the couples were made up of men and women of different races and that in only of those 373 cases was a Ne gro involved That was 26 Negro Turn to 2 Half of Fords 16 plants back in production DETROIT Ford Motor Co Monday resumed production of cars at half of its 16 as sembly plants following a 13 day strike by the United Auto Workers Union But it was uncertain how soon the company would be back in full production An insurgent group of tool and die makers at the Rouge in dustrial complex in Dearborn Mich defied orders of the UAW leadership to join a backto work movement of Fords 120 000 production employes The UAW Executive Board Sunday ordered local unions to call off strikes at all but two of Fords 85 plants The board re fused strike authority to the loo and die unit ruling that its problems could be settled in further negotiations at the loca level after the group went back to work Challenges claim of high drug prices WASHINGTON UP1 Sen ate GOP leader Everett M Dirksen Monday challenged a statement by the chairman of he Senate AntiTrust subcom mittee that prices and profits n the ethical drug industry are excessive and unreasonable The Illinois Republican offered the challenge as subcommittee chrairman Estes Kefauver D Tenn opened another round of learings into pricing and li censing practices in the drug industry years Lumumba riots This was a reference to antiwhite demon strations in Lagos capital of this former British colony of 35 mil lion people after former Congo Premier Patrice Lumumba was slain in Katanga The American girls postcard bought the enwas C0pied and circulated among the 1500 students here by the Ibadan University College Stu dents Union which described her comments as damaging to ourj country Shriver said no action has been aken on Miss Michelmores of er to resign but that she is free to quit at any time ONLY HMSPAPER ONLY THE NEWSPAPER tai lors itself to fit the readers needs so closely Day after clay the newspaper seeks out the trends of modern life and reports them to you National Newspaper Week CHEST AT Mason City Community report after the first week of general solicitation is 74142 or 54V4 per cent of the quota See story Page Old textbooks used A furor develops over McGuffeys TWIN LAKES Wis TJPI The Twin Lakes School Board is scheduled to decide whether to keep the 82year old McGuffey reader as an elementary school textbook and risk loss of its state school aid grants State School Superintendent Angus Rothwell has said he can and will cut off state aid to Twin Lakes schools if the board continues to order use of the 19th century in struction classic to teach reading Rothwell was backed by county school superintendent Margaret Gustafson who said The McGuffey read ers have to go Rothwell described the Mc Guffeys as totally out of date and lacking all the developments that have been made in reading over the last 50 years He claimed 20 pages of the book violated constitutional bans on re ligious instruction in schools Rothwell also said the Mc Guffeys have several un truths in their pages contain grammatical errors and ar chaic words Board members responded to Rpthwells charges by tear ing out or pasting over the offending passages Four of the five board members voted to reintroduco the McGuffey readers in Au gust contending they are only books available that teach reading by the phonetic method   

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