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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 27, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper that mokes oil North lowans HOME EDITION VOL 102 Associated Press and United toleroallonal Full MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JUNE 271962 neighbors 10e Paper Consists of Four SectionsSection lit Salk to direct research Scientists to probe secrets By DELOS SMITH NEW YORK UPD Dr Jonas E Salk got overruled He wanted this new center of science to be the Institute for Biological Studies and it is so called in the preliminary announcements Instead its name is going to be The Salk Institute for Biological Studies It doesnt exist now except as a set of architectural plans a building site in San Diego a board of trustees a director Dr six resident fellows one of them is Dr and four nonresi dent fellows Yet it was dedicated last week and the plan is to move in a year hence thats the kind of confidence Basil OConnor has in himself and his associates have in him Every thing depends upon the public contributing during the next few weeks to a building fund No one could believe the confi is misplaced He is Amer icas champion fundraiser Through the March of Dimes OConnorraised the millions which led to the development of Salks killed virus antipolio vaccine and to the live virus vaccine which is promising to replace it iriithe next few years 1 With his National Foundation he is raising the building fund Overruling Dr Salk were OCon nor Dr Warren Weaver who is chairman of the trustees Gerard Piel president of the board and the business men lawyers and scientists who are its members Their view is that Salk has the breadth depth flexibility yet dis cipjine of mind to lead a differ ent kind of scientific assault on the basic secrets of life which biology longs to expose There must be no triat he is the leader they held Salk is self conscious about a fullfledged in stitute bearing his name but he had to give in life biological studies are going on in every university in in iciuui cuut lea public and private and are the tions preoccupations of many scores of thousands of scientists But at the Salk institute scientific atmosphere will prevail which exists no where else In the words of Weaver in an organ of the American Association for the Advancement of Science it be an atmosphere of un paralleled freedom and flexilibity within which the controls will rest with the scholarscientists Theyll have no worry about personal security because theyll be appointed for life with no strings attached Theyll be in Sioux City manager mayor break SIOUX CITY Man ager Connie Bodine has told the City Council it should find a new city manager or a new mayor Bodines remark was disclosed dependent of any need to underTuesday by Mrs Marie D White take specific projects in order a nnembcr of the council who to get grants of tax or charitable funds hpransp thpv will ho sald Bocllne hadwritten WASHINGTON United States announced Wednesday that the next manned orbital flight will be planned for as many as six orbits sometime later this summer with astronaut Walter M Schirra as the pilot D Brainerd Holmes manned PROTESTS PRAYER RULING The a sign he his outdoor HWalworth rector of board protesting the Supreme Courts Innity Episcopal Church in the Long decision banning an official prayer in Island community of Northport looks at New York public schools Terrpr declines as ria nears vote reported figures in the organization were that former Col Jean Defourone captured By ANDREW BOROWIEC ALGIERS of the terrorist Secret Army Organiza tion in Oran which has virtually held that city in its grip for months appeared Wednesday to be giving up the bloody struggle It was too early to be navaivj give jii N LV laiu Since biology is the science ofthat the secret army was fading I i L i t i flfr fhfa eroQiin nmn A l off the scene in the western Al city world in countless laboratories there were these indica of the secret army leaders in western Algeria made a broadthe Oran paper Echo DOran and cast Tuesday night ordering a halt a leader of the European commu i sabotage in Oran nity said Algeria should become reports circulatindependent in peace In an edi ed in Oran that exGen Paul on Gardy had fled Oran with several of his aides Gardy had announced to independence he was taking over leadership of the secret army after severaltop funds because they will be en dowed And they wont be bur denedby administrative duties nor handicapped by a frozen depart mental setup Weaver who is a former presi dent of the association and one of Americas best known men of sci ence expects great things to come from biological studies in the next 50 years He expects it to conquer diseases of all kinds but even more significant he continued it will advance mans inner life of the mind and the spirit At last man will begin to under stand his own nature his place in the total universe of living and nonliving matter his essential oneness with the star the cell and the atom Investigate other federal grain shortages cases WASHINGTON offi cial of the Department of Agri culture says the agency is inves tigating about 20 cases involving shortages of government grain in private warehouses In addition to the Billie Sol Es tes case Alex V Barbour Jr op erator of a grain elevator at Knoxville Iowa recently pleaded guilty at DCS Moines and was se tenccd to threeyears for steal ing 156785 bushels of government corn When asked about the number and size of current cases the de partment official said Tuesday the tolalof such cases usually is 40 to 50 a year a confi dential letter to all four council members Mayor George W Young was elected to the council in 1960 and then named mayor in a vote of the council He previously served as mayor eight years ago Bodine in his letter to the coun cil criticizedthe mayor for fail ure to exert the proper political influence to get financial assist ance for the city and its major projects Bodine said Im primarily concerned about the inattention irresponsibility and ineptness of the mayor as a political leader to the extent this inadequacy touches on the citys financial soundness Bodine accused the mayor of failure to get state and federal assistance to finance twin inter state bridges over the Floyd Riv er in Sioux City failure to push a request for federal disaster re lief to help defray the costs of last springs floods here and lack of interest in other Sioux City projects Mayor Young declined comment on the letter Tuesday But Mrs While accused Bodine of shifting the citys financial plight to some one else The fact is that Sioux City is broke Our borrowing pow er is exhausted and completion of our master projects is in jeop ardy This is true Mrs White said despite a special consultant Mr Bodine hired in Chicago to advise us on financial affairs Bodine has been city manager since 1958 X On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society news 79 Clear Lake news 1617 North Iowa news 18 Sports1920 Comics 26 Mason City news E Smith in challenge to Hickenlooper CEDAR RAPIDS B Smith of Ames Democratic nom inee for US senator Tuesday night challenged his Republican opponent veteran Sen Bourke B Hickenlooper to meet him in a television debate Smith had been given equal time by the American Broadcast ing Company to answer state ments made by Hickenlooper on a previous network program in which he appeared with other senators Speaking on a program aired by stations KCRGTV Cedar Rap ids and WOITvy Ames Smith said that defeat of the Kennedy administrations farm bill meant a reversion to the Republican farm program under former Sec retary of Agriculture Ezra Taft Benson Fair exhibitors get new deadline DES MOINES Fair officials r em i n d e d exhibitors Wednesday that because of ear lier dates for the fair this year the deadline for entries in the na tional stock show is July 25 The fair will be held Aug 1726 Livestock breeders will compete for in premium money Members of the 4H clubs will try RIGHTS LAWS Laffont the director of were no fresh reports of violence in Oran which has frequently been tortured by explo sions and fires for weeks Tele phone communications cut by sabotage were returning to normal A huge fire on oil tanks on the waterfront caused authorities to close the port Tuesday blocking the exit of European refugees by ship for at least 48 Hours Soyer a French official who has been trying to mediate between Orans secret and the Moslem National Liberation Front predicted a peace agreement by Friday He left for Oran apparently taking new instructions Extend air injunction for 10 days NEW YORK AP A federal judge has ordered a 10day ex tension of his temporary ban against a strike by Pan American World Airways 500 flight engi neers Daniel Kornblum counsel to the engineers union said he would seek an immediate review of US Dist Judge George Roslings ac tion by the US Court of Appeals Rosling ordered the extension Tuesday 20 minutes before the ex piration of his order which last Saturday ended a strike against Pan Am four hours after it started Rosling called counsel for Pan Am and the union back before him again Wednesday for contin ued argument on the airlines ap plication for a fullfledged injunc tion Eastern Air down since Saturday when the engi neersstruck it along with Pan for and Future Farmers of Amsatd it would await the out America and vocational agriculcome of further court proceedings tare entries for in the Pan Am case before decid ing on its course of action Eastern said resumption of RAPIDS m Stale service would take several days Rep David Stanley RMusca to arrange and added If rc tme proposed here Tuesday sumed under present circum mght that the legislature pass stances there would be no assur laws against discrimination in ance that operations would con housing ancT employment linue Manned orbital flight scheduled space flight director of the civil ian space agency said the deci sion as to the specific mission that is how many orbits will ac tually be depend upon many technical factors which will be evaluated constantly up to the time of flight and even during the first turns around the earth If the mission goes to six orbits it would involve a ninehour flight compared with the 4 Vhours of threeorbit missions The two US orbital flights so far have been for three turns The flight plan will call for con siderable drifting flight to con Ulbricht rejects proposal on Berlin BERLIN Germanys Communist leader Walter Ulbricht has rejected a Western proposal for fourpower talks to prevent vi olence along the Berlin wall and promote free movement in the di vided city Ulbricht told the East German Communist partys Central Com mittee his regime is prepared to talk with West Berlins city ad ministration on normalizing re lations This is a matter concerning East Germany and West Berlin not the occupation powers he said The four powers can only nego tiate a removal of the occupation regime in West Berlin Ulbricht added All that is needed to stop trouble along the wall he continued is to stop border provocations from West Berlin stop revengist and militarist propaganda from West Berlin and muzzle RIAS the US radio station in the American sec tor of West Berlin X Ulbrichts remarks were report ed by ADN the East German news agency The United States Britain and France in notes Monday to the Soviet Union proposing a meet ing accused East Berlin guards of killing defenseless people trying to flee to West Berlin The notes said in all cases in which there had been an exchange of fire between West Berlin and East Berlin Guards the East Berliners had fired first An explosion blew a hole in the Red wall Tuesday night at Koch Congress prays in defiance WASHINGTON Su preme Court decision banning praper in New York public schools had further repercus sions in Congress Tuesday After both bodies started with prayer the House took up a resolution authorizing the printing of a pamphlet describing a congressional prayer room the resolution was adopted Rep H R Gross RIowa asked beforehand whether the pamphlet would violate the high court ruling Other comments included one from Rep Ben Jensen Rlowa who said I had always thought we could safely assume that acknowledgement of a Su preme Diefy was somehow a universal common ground in this blessed land Promises relief in postal rates for publications WASHINGTON Olin D Johnston DSC says his Sen ate Post Office Committee will provide relief for newspaper and magazine publishers from postal rate increases voted by the House We realize the bill as it came from the House would do irrepa rable damage and put a good many magazines and newspapers out of business he saidTuesday Johnston the committee chair man made his comments at a tearing at which magazine pub lishers writers illustrators and photographers and a paper mill executive protested a proposed boost in second class rates strasse a few hundred yards from Checkpoint Charlie the interna tional crossing point into East Ber lin West Berlin police said they did not know who set off the blast or what kind of explosive was used The police said the explosion knocked out more than 20 windows in a nearby West Berlin office building and created a sizable hole in a section of the wall that East German labor brigades had been reinforcing Substitute farm Bill under study WASHINGTON AP House Agriculture Committee is putting together a farm bill with somewhat stricter provisions than present law to substitute for the tightly controlled administration program rejected by the House last week No final decisions have been made but among preliminary proposals is one to abolish the 1958 feed grain plan blamed by Democrats for increasing sur pluses This plan would go back into effect if Congress took no ac tion The committee change would provide for reversion to an earlier authorization for the secretary of agriculture to set corn and feed grain support prices at from zero to 90 per cent of parity and im pose acreage allotments but not marketing quotas There would be no price support for noncomplying farmers if al lotments were set and the Com modity Credit Corporation would be barred from selling grain at less than 50 per cent of parity Lutherans discuss aid to education WAVERLY district delegates of the American Luther an Church had up for discussion at their state convention Wednes day the issue of whether the ALC should join the World Council of Churches In session here were pastors and lay delegates from 395 con gregations Dr Frederik Schiotz of Minne apolis president of the American Lutheran Church told the conven tion Tuesday that radical right wing groups have invaded the church and have created fear and tension Dr Schiolz said that such groups working in the name of Christianity opposed the recent decision of the World Council of Churches to admit Russian Ortho dox churches to membership There has been an Orthodox re vival in the Soviet Union and the rightwingers do not realize this said the ALC president who made the Delhi meeting part of his re cent world tour Dr Schiotz said the ALC must take a stand very soon on the controversial question of federal aid to education He asked How far can we go in accept ing federal aid or state assistance before religious freedom becomes eroded LUTHERAN FUNDS DETROIT Lutheran laymens group says more han million has been raised since 1953 to help build 482 churches in the US and Canada Iowa Generally fair through Thursday Warmer northeast Wednesday night lows in the 60s Highs Thursday 8590 Furthero u t 1 o o cloudy with scattered showers and thunderstorms Friday Iowa FiveDay Temperatures will average near normal to slightly above normal for the fiveday period ending next Monday Normal highs range from lower 80s north to mid dle 80s south Normal lows range from about60 north to middle 60s south Cooler Fri day and Saturday Scattered showers and thunderstorms during the period particular ly on Friday and Saturday Precipitation from onehalf to one inch Minnesota Mostly fair through Thursday Warmer east and south Wednesday night south erly winds diminishing some what lows 5868 Continued warm Thursday highs 8592 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Wednesday Maximum Minimum 53 At 8 am Sunrise 435 Sunset 757 L D George given sentence GHAHLES CITYLouis Daniel George 43 Minneapolis in Dis trict Court here Wednesday was sentenced to an indeterminate sentence of not more than 10 years in the penitentiary at Fort Madison He pleaded guilty to charge of forgery George gave Gildner Clothing Store here a check for June 21 in payment for a suit of clothes He received in change The check was signed with the name Mamie Enstad Minneapo lis George admitted to police that he had stolen the check blanks from Mrs Enstad LEWIS LOOT NEW YORK fiveroom hotel suite of comedian Jerry Lewis and his wife Palti was footed of in jewels Tues day night while they were at a studio taping a television show serve fuel for reentry maneuver ing If theflight goes to five or six orbits it would mean landing about 300 milesnortheast of Mid way Island in the Pacific Ocean although thespacecraft would launched from Cape Canaveral Fla That is because of the rota tion of the earth during the extra flight time A fourorbit mission would bring the craft down about 200 miles east of Midway Landing points for one two or three orbits would remain the same as in earlier MercuryAtlas missions off the southeastern coast of the United States In making the announcement the National Aeronautics and Space Administration official said We believe that another orbitmission will increase consid erably our growing knowledge of space flight Anything more than three orbits should be considered a bonus The NASA official said astro naut L Gordon Cooper will serve as backup pilot toSchirra Schirra a Navy lieutenant com mander is a graduatebfthe Na val Academy at Annapolis is married and has two children He is a native of New Jersey The selection of Schirra and planning for six brbitsVhad been reported earlier bytheSan Diego Union ina copyrighted story from Washington for Wednesday edi tions Selection of the primary and secondary astronauts and the de cision to extend the mission fol owed nearly a months study by NASA on the Malcolm Scott Car penter flight the Union said Estes trial postponed No jurors PECOS Tex J a Starley granted Billie Sol Estes a continuance Wednesday of his trial on charges of defrauding afellow Reeves County farmer The district judge said that aft er hearing both the defense mo tion aridvthe stand taken by the state he felt it would be futile to attempt to try the in Reeves County at this time Although both thestateand de fense said they opposed any change of the trial site to another city Judge Starley said he was still considering that possibility Dist Atty R B McGpwen told the court the state did not join in the defense motion for continua tion or agree with the defenses contention that a judge could not be obtained for a fair trial But he said he felt the proce dure of usually granting a first continuance should probably honored COLD WAR MEDAL The new Armed peditionary Service medal for service on Cold War fronts which was announced by the Defense Depart ment Tuesday will be awarded generally for at least days service in a Gold War crisis since July 1 No reason is given for that starting date   

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