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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 24, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                                North Daily Newspaper r Honv VOL MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper that mokes all North lowans neighbors HOME EDITION Uttltod WirM NOVEMBER 24 UOc Paper ConiliU ol Two OM MO Pak RAWALPINDI Pakistan AP China has offered to sign a nonaggression pact with Pakistan informed sources said Saturday The offer was made in a note from Peking to President Mohammad Ayub Khans govern ment Pakistans Foreign Minister Mo hammad Ali refused to comment on the report But he said he had received and accepted an offer from Premien Chou EnLai to visit China at an early date Ali made the remark to news men in the lobby of Parliament House Reliable parliamentary inform ants said however that the re port was correct and that the Chi nese offer was not being consid ered by the government The Karachi Englishlanguage Daily Dawn carried the report prominently It said a point of the proposal pact was an offer by China to help Pakistan against aggression from any quarter even from within It added that the Chinese had raised no objection to Pakistan remaining a member of the pro Western CENTO and SEATO al liances if such a pact were signed The reported offer came during an emergency session of the Pak istani National Assembly which has heard strong criticism of the United States and Britain Pakis tans allies for rushing arms to India Pakistan feels these arms are a threat to her Some Pakistanis in the disillusionment with the Western powers have been talk ing of adopting neutralism as a policy Red Chinas unilateral cease fire on the border with India and the offer of a troop puliback has bolstered the Pakistani view that the present IndianChina conflict is only a temporary flareup which merits no Western assistance to Jndia In the debate Saturday the nonaggression pact Teachers eyed by union No says NEA By MOfeT J SULLIVAN CHICAGO Ameri cas public school teachers pro fessional people who should be represented by a professional association or are they em ployes who should join a trade union and demand higher wages through collective bargaining The clash over this question spells possible trouble in the schools The 800000member National Education Association NEA stands on the belief that teach ers dont need unions Just as staunchlythe 75000member American Federation of Teach union believes that only through collective bargain ing will teachers realize a fair wage In recent years the AFLCIO has been putting on a drive to organize teachers out of the NEA and into AFT Last year the Chicagobased AFT won by a substantial mar gin a collective bargaining elec tion giving it the right to nego tiate for New York Citys 40000 public school teachers Last April the teachers uinioi drew national attention by stag ing a strike in New Yorks pub lic schools Twenty thousand teachers formed picket lines and caused a oneday closing of schools It paid off said AFT na tional president Carl J Megel The teachers won pay hikes ranging from to a year They caught in a political bind between Republi can Gov Nelson Rockefeller and Democrat Mayor Robert Wag ner of New York but they broke the impasse The NEA at its Denver con vention in July launched a counterattack NEA Executive Secretary Dr William G Carr in a convention speech charged that organized labor was trying to recoup its declining membership with a drive aimed at whitecollar workers beginning with teach ers He said the AFLCIO was spending heavily in a drive aimed at affiliating all public school teachers in a whitecollar union with emphasis at first on the big cities Carr said that union affilia tion was incompatible with a teachers professional status and that the teachers professional obligation was to place the welfare of students above all other considerations He said teachers strikes are strikes against the student not the employer He pledged that NEA members will never walk out on the students in their charge Megel calls such arguments more evidence of the fear com plex permeating the National Education Association these days Their NEA charge that union membership is declining is false Megel said in an in terview If anything its on the upswing As for socalled in United States was accused of making a local border affair between India and China into an expanding fullfledged global war for its own benefit The accusation was made by Sardar Bahadur Khan brother of President Ayub Khan and leader of the opposition He said the supplying of arms to India disregarded Pakistans safety and security Khan said the Pakistan govern ment should change its foreign policy become neutral and with draw from CENTO SEATO and other pacts immediately He advocated a policy of friend ship with all nist or capitalist W Averell Harriman US as sistant secretary of state who is in India at the head of a mission surveying Indias arms needs is expected here in the next day or two to meet Ayub Khan Pakistan has shown increased irritation over the American and British arms buildup of the Indian army requested by the New Delhi government to fight the Chinese Communist border invasion The Pakistanis are worried lest the arms eventually be turned against Pakistan by India in the longfestering Kashmir dispute In the eyes of Pakistanis the IndiaChina undeclared war is a temporary conflict that will soon blow over while IndianPakistan rivalry will remain for a long time at all If anything union affilia tion enhances the professional status of a person a resolution calling for state laws requiring teacher partici the imposition of sanctions against recalcitrant school disthe authentic ones which the pris tricts on receives through various chan The NEA founded in 1857 is nels every day the largest organization of Thats not all Officials say a teachers and other school perman answering Whites descrip such as principals andjtion has left a trait of checks wperintendents forged on the prison account WHO LEFT THE FAUCET ON looks like someone left the water faucet open at the home of Wayne Pollreisz Gaston Ore The water actually is due Photoiax to flooding of the Tualatin Kiver The flood was caused by a heavy rain storm Iowa Clear to partly cloudy Saturday night partly cloudy Sunday A little warmer north west Saturday night and west and central Sunday Lows Sat urday in 20s Highs Sunday in 50s Outlook for Monday Lit tle change North Iowa Partly cloudy and warmer Saturday night and Sunday Lows Saturday 25 to 30 highs Sunday in lower 50s GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Saturday Maximum 48 Minimum is Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum 41 Minimum 25 N i ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRESERVICES Forgery artist writes his way out of prison RIPLEY Tenn AP Em barrassed officials fear a man serving a forgery sentence has written his way out of the Fort Pillow State Prison Farm near here Howard Lee White 33 of Mem released Jast Saturday after the necessary papers had compatible concepts I say not been received by prison authori A i ll T f ties The papers proved to be for geries Nothing like this has ever hap xanb IJCJJ The NEA convention adopted pened here before said Warden Bill Hunt Only an expert Hunt said could pation in salary discussions and have detected the difference be tween the phony documents and Mariner heating up WASHINGTON Mariner the U S space trav eler speeding toward a midDecember date with Venus has lost some power and is heating up but is still expected to complete its mission the National Aeronautics and Space Administration reports Mar iners assignment To scoot within 20000 miles of the sister planet and by instruments get a closer look atr cloudveiled Venuss surface Already the bug shaped space vehicle holds the worlds record for long distance 18 million miles Trade boycott plan dropped UNITED NATIONS Hopeful of channeling Katangas rich mining royalties into the Central Con go treasury U N Acting SecretaryGeneral U Thant is reported to have dropped plans for a trade boycott against the breakaway province The secretarygen eral was said to have abandoned the idea of sanctions to force Katanga into line JFK to visit armed forces HYANNIS PORT Mass President Kennedy plans a flying trip to military bases in Georgia and Florida Monday to visit with armed service units which were alerted during the recent Cuban crisis May reject Cuban crisis plan UNITED U N diplomatic sources believe the United States will reject several parts of a SovietCuban plan to settle the Cuban crisis that in cluded lifting the U S quarantine of Cuba Holiday toll still mounting CHICAGO Death on the nations highways continued to mount as the 102hour Thanksgiving holiday entered its third day The totals showed 265 killed in traffic accidents 31 in fires and 53 from miscellaneous causes for a total of 349 SAME DATE1H157S On the inside Clear News 3 Latest Markets 4 Mason City News 45 Religious Features 7 Editorials n Society News 12 Sports 1314 Comics 2t Business News 1122 North Iowa News 24 Clarify points Nehru Ceasefire in 3rd day NEW DELHI India lia has asked Red China to clari y several points of its offer to settle the undeclared Himalayan jorder war the Foreign Ministry iaid Saturday A spokesman said Foreign Sec retary M J Desai summoned he Chinese charge daffaires in New Delhi Friday and put to lim several points about Chinas ceasefire proposal which required clarification He said the Chinese diplomat is obtaining clarifica tion from Peking The Foreign Ministry spokes man declined to say what the points were Red China ordered its troops in he disputed border areas to ceasefire last Wednesday It promised to pull its troopsback on Dec 1 to a point 12M miles behind what it described as the line of actual control The Indian spokesman said the Chinese proposals are still under consideration although Prime Minister Nehru has indicated he would not accept the Chinese terms By acceptance the Indi ans would have to give up claim to 12000 square miles of disputed territory in Ladakh on Indias northwestern border with China Nehru has indicated he believes the border fighting will erupt again and that he wants Chinese troops off what he considers Indi an soil The Indians were believed tak ing advantage of the Chinese ceasefire to bolster their military strength US and British military aid missions here continued their ap praisals of Indias longrange mil itary needs Nehru again predicted a long struggle with Red China as the Himalayan fronts remained quiet for the third day under the cease fire In a message addressed to a youth rally Friday Nehru warned his nation of a long struggle and a difficult one and we must not imagine that the struggle will be over soon because of various dip lomatic moves The reference to various diplo matic moves presumably included the Peking offer under which both sides would pull back miles from what China calls the actual control line If have to give up 12000 square miles it claims in Ladakh on the northwestern Red China indicated it wanted no stalling MATERIALISM BLAMED MOSCOW Moscow News admitted Friday that the number of devout Jews in Rus sia is decreasing but blamed it on materialism rather than Soviet administrative measures Give your fair share CLEARED IN SLAYING Airman Anderson held in jail for seven months for a double murder which Mountain Home Idaho Sheriff Earl Winter says another man has confers with his attorney Robert McLaughlin TKeodore Thomas Dickie 22 who admitted the double slaying had previously confessed to the rapeslaying of a 10 yearold Boise girl 200 on f he loose It s playtime for Iowa 4H By CHUCK WALK GlobeGazette Farm Editor CHICAGO was play time Friday night for the 200 4H members from North Iowa here on the annual Mason City North Iowa fair youth award trip The majority of the youths spent ihe evening in one of two ways Seeing a movie that wont be back home for another six months or seeing a stage play that will neverbe back home Favorite movie for the North lowans seems to be The Long est Day a war film or Its Only Money with Jerry Lewis A few heartier and wealthier souls managed to sit through three hours of Mutiny on the Bounty Favorites among the stage plays were Carnival with FIRST THINGS FIRST ROYTON England UPI About 100 women employes were forced to flee Friday when their factory caught fire But all stopped long enough at the cash avtum tuiuu uuc 11 maia icrs to pick up their agreed to the puliback it would Pavcnecks before the building l A burned down Anna Marie Alberghetti Marj Mary starring Julia Mcade o the long running Sound of Mu sic Saturday the entire group boarded buses for a popyla sight seeing tour of Chicago Stops on the tour were the Loop North Michigan Avenue the Gold Coast and Washington and Lincoln Parks The highlight of the trip how ever came Saturday afternoon That was when the group tourec the fabulous Museum of Scienc and Industry Always a favorite of the trip goers this group was no differ cnt As one boy put it They could have dropped me off here Thursday and Id onlj have been able to see the firs floor by the time we leave Sun day Strange as it may seem one of the most popular attraction at the museum for the North lowans was the model farm Other popular sights were the miniature coal mines the an tique airplane display and th television room where the group could see how they looked on the screen i Probers checking air crash puzzled ELLICOTT CITY Md The unaccountable crash of a United Air Lines Viscount puzzled experts Saturday as they investi gated the tangled wreckage in which 17 persons diet j All aboard perished in the crash andfire Friday of Flight 297 en route from Newark NJ to Atlan ta Ga via Washington DC The crash of the fourengine turboprop airliner occurred in bright sunshine about 10 miles southwest of Baltimore Ed Slat tery of the CAB said We are concerned because there was no weather connected with the crash Another piece in the puzzle was the report from the FAA that the Viscounts veteran pilot Capt 111 THE COMMUNITY CHEST Milton J had no tragedy The FAA said radio communi Balog 39 apparently hint of approaching cations with the plane as it pre pared to land at Washington shortly after noon Friday were entirely routine The FAA saic Balog had acknowledged instruc Lions only three minutes before he Viscount capable of carrying 44 passengers disappeared from the radar scope monitoring its approach Witnesses said the plane sudden 5y nosed sharply into woodet faimland owned by Clark Gaitnei in Howard County The descent o the airplane was so steep that i cut only a small swath through the hardwood forest The plane looked like it wa in trouble when I first saw it said Gaithcr Wings were flutter ing and the body quivered Then just as if someone ha turned it the nose headed straigh down for the woods and the air liner hit with a tremendous ex plosion and fire V Amish taken to court A conflict on teachers INDEPENDENCE AP name of this community signifies he attitude of 10 Amish parents icheduled to appear in court here Saturday afternoon because they want to send their children to teachers of their own choosing State law says children under must be taught by certified teachers 16 Some residents of the Amish lommunity in northwest Buchan an County want to continue send ing their children to Amish schools where teachers have only ighthgrade educations The Amish were warned in Sep ember that the law was being vi olated Ten parents later were ar rested and charged in Justice of the Peace Court with failure to send their children to schools with certified teachers The 10 posted bond for ap pearance Saturday before Justice of the Peace Joe Koeppel Dan Borntreger head of the fourman Amish school commit tee was asked to comment I guess if they want to put some of the Amishmen in jail then I guess they will he said The Amish want to be left alone to pursue their simple way of life They are quiet people with strong family ties maintain them selves on their farms and pay their bills and taxes The men are bearded The women wear bonnets and long skirts The boys wear broadbrimmed black hats The Amish use horses for farm ing and ride buggies for most local travel Their homes gener ally are without electricity and running water It is part of their belief that Amish should teach Amish Andrew Kaufman M father of two children in one of the two Amish schools put it this way Why should we hire a college Irained person to teach when all we want is an eighthgrade edu cation We do not work in fac tories We are just plain ordinary farm people Though 10 parents were charged with misdemeanors in failing to send their children to certified teachers the Amish schoolsface perhaps a more serious challenge in anSther court J J Jorgcnscn county superintendent has asked for a District Court injunction to close the schools He said he acted aft er warning that the schools failed o meet standards required by law Two privately operated now have 37 students Classroom objects include arithmetic read ing writing spelling health ge ography and history Borntreger said the Amish pay their teachers a month and cant afford the higher cost of outside or college trained teachers He summed up the feeling of his people this way We are trying to keep our chil dren on the farm We do not be lieve in sending them to town schools because we want to pre serve our simple way of living and we feel this would be lost if they went to town schools   

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