Mason City Globe Gazette, June 8, 1962

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 8, 1962, Mason City, Iowa North lowag Daily Newspaper Edited for Horn c BEGAZETTE HOME EDITION VOL 102 The newspaper that makes oil North lowans neighbors AisocUted Press ind United Press International Full Wires MAtAM riTV MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JUNE W2 uoc Paper Consist o TwO SecllowSecUon On Charges Estes probe distorted No 10S No short cuts to the top Leah days for junior execs v By CHRISTINA KIRK New York Herald Tribune News Service NEW YORK Those bonus babies of the business world the management trainees have come upon leaner days In the boom years of the 1950 when expanding companies were beating the bush for executive talent bright young men with crisp new business administration diplomas were wooed and won with promises of a quick well paid ride to the top of the corpor ate superstructure Given the status title manage ment trainee they were set upon a twoyear course in executive development a few weeks in sales a brief stint in production a month or so in personnel anc finance with perhaps a universitj course in the humanities thrown in for seasoning At the end of their apprentice ship the new recruits were ex pected to take over the middle management job that would propel them unerringly to the upper echelons Atleast that was thetheory Today costconscious business men are the theory really works and other observers are questioning if it was ever really tried Management trainee programs are a misleading myth charges Lawrence Lansner placemen director of the Bernard Baruch School of Business Although they may hang glamour title on the job to attrac men who like to think of them selves as management people Lansner observes that what the companies really are after are good engineers accountants anc salesmen Spokesmen for a number of top companies agree We dont hire management trainees said a recruiter fo General Electric Co We hire men with a business or arts degree for sales and market ing financial people forfinance and engineers as engineers General Electric until last yea ran an elaborate advanced man agemeht course at itsCrotonville NY institute for it middlemanagement and topleve executives The classesare now ii recess while GE reevaluate the curriculum and the results But even the 1502 seasonei managers who took the GE cours were not guaranteed promotion Neither are the beginners enrblle in onthejob business trainin programs Nobody is promised a man sgers job says a GE spokes man Some of them do mov up of course But theres none o this Crown Prince The trend today seems to be to allow future managers to evolv out of their own special field o endeavor At American Cynamid Co fo example where 80 per cent of th top executives are chemists o chemical engineers managemen people grow from beginning job in researchmanufacturing o sales They must first prove com petency in their specialty befor being tapped for an executiv berth Many firms notably Procter J Gamble Co and Scott Paper Co still comb the campuses for youn men with executive potential pu them through the standard one o twoyear management trainee pro gram and graduate them to ex ecutive jobs The director of one such pro gram admitted that managemen training programs are ove rated and that some companie are disillusioned because the have sold themselves on some thing they dont need Another placement director say that to move up in business tc day new recruits must firs demonstrate technical competenc In their field plus the leadershi qualities of an executive AP Photofax TELLS OF T Ralph who was fired as as sistant Secretary of Agricul ture appears before t h e House Government Opera tions Subcommittee which is investigating the Biliie Sol Estes case Ralph a 36year old Californian was dismissed on grounds he used Estes telephone credit card for per sonal calls Ralph said the reason Secretary of Agricul ture Orville Freeman gave at the the dismissal was lets just say you and I are incompatible SHOWERS Fiveday Iowa Temperatures wiL average about three degrees above normal Saturday through next WednesdayNormal highs are from 76north to 81 south Normal lows are from 54 north to 60 south It will be cool at the first of the period turning warmer the first of next week Rainfall will average from 50 of an inch in the northwest to one to two inches in the south east in showers and thunder storms mostly over the week end North Iowa Cloudy with occa sional showers and thunder storms locally heavy through Saturday Lows Friday nigh 5560 Highs Saturday in th 70s Iowa Mostly cloudy occasion al showers and thunderstorm Fridaynight and in east and central Saturday Locall heavy rain likely east Low Friday night 5560 north1 t near 60 south Warmer north west Saturday nighs 7580 Further outlook Scatterec showers and thunderstorm with little temperature chang Sunday Minnesota Mostly cloudy show ers WarmerJ Highs Saturda in 70s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Friday Maximum 73 Minimum 57 HOTELMAN KILLED EXCELSIOR SPRING S Mo UPI Max Richmond 48 Ex celsior Springs former distric sales manager in Des Moines fo the Sheraton Hotel Corp wa killed Thursday in a collision c his automobile and a gasolin truck aint by former counsel Gave data to paper WASHINGTON AP Robert Manuel dismissed Republican ounsel to a House investigating ommittee charged Friday the iroups inquiry into the Billie Sol Sstes case is being and the truth suppressed The statement was made hortly before James T Ralph who was fired as assistant sec of agriculture last month evealed that Estes sent him wo money orders early his year and that hegave the money to the Democratic party lalph said his assistant Wil iam Morris got two otal of In a statement Manuel quoted an Agriculture Department offi ial as saying Estes personally pressured him by invoking the names of the late House Speaker iam Rayburn and Vice President Lyndon B Johnson but that John ons name was not brought into lublic testimony Manuel added This incident points up the way this investiga ion is being the ruth because shoddy preparation or a will ngness to cover up Manuel said another incident in volves a discussion by the sub committee in closed session o TOW to deal with testimony which would implicate certain members of Congress and at leas one very highranking administra ion official The testimony taken in execu tive session related to a list o ndividuals to whom Estes alleg edly sent gifts in the form o money orders Manuel added He said it was against thi background that he decided as a matter of conscience and dutj o the public to give a confiden tial Agriculture Department re port on the Estes case to a news paper reporter The reporter who Manuel de scribed as a longtime friend wa Earl Mazo of the New York Her aid Tribune It was for this action that Manu el was discharged after a day long subcommittee wrangle be hind closed doors Thursday Dem ocratic members spoke of breach of ethics his testimony Ralph sal he told h i s assistant Morris that the gifts from Estes wer embarrassing and M o r r i passed the information on t Estes Manuel charged that nu merous others also such money orders iricludin somemembers of Congress an at least one very high rankin administration official Manuel said Morris has of those who received the mone orders Morris told me Billie S o said he did not know my nam was on the list Ralph said He said the money orders ar rived about Jan 10 of this year Morris received money order from Estes at the same tim and also turned them over t the Democratic party Ralp said Knefes are skinned He falls 2 stories DUBUQUE UPI A Des Moines man escaped serious injury Friday when he fell two stories from a hotel window here after apparently walking off the window ledge in his sleep Dubuque police said Marion Koons 30 fell to the roof of a onestory addition below his third story window of the Page Hotel He was not injured ex cept for skinned knees He also complained of a slight pain in his back police said Another Des Moines man staying in the same room Ralph Beorgher 31 told police he awoke dur ing the night and heard moaning sounds After glanc ing around the third floor he looked out the window and saw Koons lying oh the roof Police and Beorgher theorized that Koons fell from the window while sleep walking NO ROOM FOR Matthes in water and Dick Scholl of Al Dicks Wrecker Service study the situ ation over before removing this car from the Wirinebago River Four Mason City youths wereinthe car when it went into the drink but all escaped with no seriousinjuries After rolling clown the bank and landing in the river the lights of thecarare still on car in river It was a wet night for four Ma onCity teenagers who were in a car that plunged into the Win nebagoRiver one mile north of Mason City on the rural exten ion of Carolina NE Except for cuts on the arm of one of the youths the four es caped only wet and scared from vhat could have been a tragedy The ordeal began at about 4 am Friday when the car driven y Darrell G Johnson 16 1020 Delaware NE went out of con rol on loose gravel after missing a curve The car went endover end down the river bank and into he water The car came to rest on its roof with the water up to the tires flooding the interior of the car Gary A Albertus 16 1713 Dela ware NE managed to break ou a window in the rear of the car and swim out He wrenched open a door to free the other three Albertus was treated for cuts at Mercy Hospital and released The other three were taken by ambulance to the hospital bu were released after observation Two girls in the car were Caro E Gallagher 14 and Jerry Lou Cawley 17 both of 1645 Washing car has been removed from the river and a deputy sheriff said charges probably would be filed against Johnson for failure to con trol his vehicle t Qn the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 67 Clear Lake News 7 Mason City News Latest Markets Sports 1M2 Comics North Iowa News 20 DESTROYER AGROUND NICE Franco The destroy er Sumner serving with the US 6th Fleet was grounded in a hig windstorm Thursday night SAME DATEmi2Sl N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Nasty note from Moscow MOSCOW Russia has warned the United States and its allies it will hold them responsible if West Berlin police continue shooting to protect East Germans fleeing the Communist sector the city State Department officials in Washington said the fairly nasty note from the Kremlinwas under study Halter on foreign aid WASHINGTON The House Foreign Affairs committee has tacked an amendment to its version of theforeign aid bill which would haltassistance to any country that uses arms aid for aggressive pur poses The action was said to be a direct result of use of U S military equipmentby India in its takeover of Goa and byPortugals1 repression of a rebellion in Angola To ban oddshaped letters WASHINGTON Very small and oddshaped letters will be banned from the mail beginning Jan 1 The Post Office Department announced the size ban will apply to envelopes less than inches long and 3 inches wide Record budget gets OK WASHINGTON The Senate Appropriations committee approved a record peacetime billion defense spending bill including the full million sought bytheAir Force for the controversial ES70 warplane SOUL Shoutinguniversity students tried again to march on the U S Embassy to demand American soldiers be tried in South Korean courts offenses Rainand more rainscheduled over weekend Two separate bands of thunder storms roamed across Iowa dur ing the night leaving heavy rain at some places in northwest Iowa The tnundershower activity has ended in the northwest and the second band of thunderstorms was diminishing in eastern Iowa vCarrollgot 262 inches of rain and some minor flooding is re ported on the Raccoon River there Sac City had 147 inches of rain Sioux City 113 Storm Lake 110 Spencer 95 Burlington 44 and Lamoni 11 of an inch More scattered showers and thunderstorms should move across the state Friday The thundershowers will contin ue Friday night and Saturday The heaviest activity was expect ed to be in the southeast and ex treme south portions of the state Present indications are lhat the showers and thunderstorms will continue into Sunday pledges to recommend Jan 7 fox cirf WASHINGTON Kennedy formally ledged Thursday to recommend an acrosstheboard ut in personal and corporate income taxes to Hake ffect next Jan 1 At a news conference Kennedy prodded Congress to act uickly on other economic measures he has urged There is no need he said for us to stand helplessly by nd watch our economy run out of gas He said that as a matter of fact the economy is progressing ut he acknowledged in effect that it lacks the zip deemed de and the nations eco nomic growth is not as great as t should be The massive tax overhaul which le will recommend this year to ake effect in January will in lude income tax cuts which aid will notbe wholly offset rby other provisions of the measure Seize 13 Germans flee Reds One carried an infant BERLIN Wl Bringing a baby with them 13 young East lermans hijacked a 500ton river ixcursion boat Friday and es caped to freedom under a hail of machinegun bullets East German police firing from i watch tower a pier a bridge and a patrol boat pumped over 200 bullets into the fleeing ves sel Nobody was hurt West Berlin police fired 10 shots back at the East Germans to check their fire The boat the Friedrich Wolf was riddled and here were bullet marks on build ngs on the West Berlin shore The escapees included eight men all employes of East Ber ins fleet of excursion boats five women and one cou ples 5rnonthold boy adults all about 30 of undertold police hey had been planning the escape ror a week As to the stock market decline he said most financial experts had realized for some time that an overpriced marketwould not Hold up after realization came c But he said theadjustment must not slow up the recovery Eco nomic indexes are up he said consumers have cash on hand and prospects are for recovery stepsmustbe taken to see that another recession does not arrive The tax structure he said must e such as not to put too great a strain on the compared with the booming Eu opean Common Market The effect of the heavy tax structure was shown in 1958 he aid as thecountry wascoming mt of a recession The President went on then to ecall some of the proposals he las pending before Congress and urge quick action on them Among thenrheYrted Thursday night the men in the group went aboard the Friedrich tVolf at her mooring besidethe River Spree and began drinking with her captain and engineer When the two were off guard ihey jumped them and tiec them up Under cover of darkness they spirited their women and the baby aboard Then at dawn the men got the twodeck boat moving They swung into the Spree and headed toward the center of Ber lin making for the point where the left bank of the river become the border between East and West Berlin Posts of Vopos as the East German police are called opened fire Racing the engines at their top speed of 10 knots the men aboard the Friedrich Wolf suddenly swung left and rammed the boat into the entrance of the Land wehr Canal Western territory The escapees moving quickly ir twos and threes sprang ashore They flung themselves to the ground to escape the whipping bullets When the West Berlin po lice fired the Vopos checked their fire The whole thing was over in 20 minutes The boats captain and engineer were allowed to get theboat un der way and return to East Ber lin Kennedy opened the conference with a volunteered statement on he economic state of the country and on taxes A measure to givebusiness to invest in new plant and equipment Standby authority tocut income axes by five percentage points case recession threatens Repeal of the 10 per cent trans portation tax on trainand bus travel Enumerating these and measures hesaid they are all the stimulus and safeguards now deemed necessary There had been reports that in view of the wild stock market gy rations Kennedy might urge an emergency tax cut nowto make sure the economy does not slide But his program as enunciated Thursday did not include this The President was asked about the Senates vote Wednesday to cut off US aid to Communist dominated countries applicable to Poland and Yugoslavia Kennedy recalled there had been attacks for years on the aid programs and I suppose people do get tired of the aid burden But he said the Poles for in stance did not want to be under Communist rule and he did not believe the United States should now slam the door on their hopes for eventual freedom Yugoslavia is a complicated problem he went on but Titos government has at least shown partial independence of Moscow NEXT STOP TBLISI USSR UP Benny Goodman and his jazz band ar rived in this capital of the Geor gian Republic Friday after rain storms grounded them at Sochi all day Thursday ESCAPED TO FREEDOM Bodo K 19yearold mechanic and Lieselotte W 18 look at a map in refugee camp in West Berlin after they successfully fled to freedom from East Berlin aboard a hijacked 500ton river excur Photofax sion boat They were among the 13 East Berliners who escapfed unhurt as they were fired upon by guards Bodo steered the vessel during the escape Their last names1 were not revealed v ;

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