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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 7, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for tU Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME ED4TION VOL 102 The full Wlrw newspaper that makes all North lowons neighbors MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JANUARY 7 1W3 lOc t Paper or Two SectionsSection NO Meredith threatens to leave Ole Miss One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO 1300 WOI MO WTAD Qvincy S30 pm mm pm Than WSUI low City 010 pm St The case for intelligent foreign oid TF EXPERIENCE ISA PRIME qualification for an under standing of the subject Paul G Hoffmans new book World Without Want oughtto be the most authentic treatise yet turned out on the subject of foreign aid Its from the Harp er Row Press It was Paul G Im proud to number him among my most loyal personal friends who converted the Marshall Pian from an idea into a living reality None but the unreconstructed rebels in oppo sition to foreign aid would dis pute the claim that todays highly prosperous Western Eu rope is a fruit of the Marshall Plan charted and administered by Hoffman Until he accepted that assign ment Hoffman had been identi fied with the automotive indus try as head of the Studebaker Corporation Since then how ever he has retained an active interest in extending aid on businesslike principles to the economically backward nations of the world This volume World Without Want has been written from a background of almost 15 years of continuous contact with the subject during which his oftrepeated contention has been that no foreign aid can be sup ported or defended on any other basis than that of selfinterest He is presently managing di rector of the UNs Special Fund The overall problem Hoffman recites in his opening chapter is that two out of every three people in our world today eke out a marginal existence strug gling against the four malignant curses of our times Hunger Poverty Ignorance and Chronic 111 Health I hope he states to con vey to you in this book some sense of the seething unresl among people in the scores oi underdeveloped countries I have visited some hint of the intensity of the peoples deter mination to better their condi tions and some idea of their understandable impatience an impatience which is one oi the most potent forces in the world today In a panoramic sweep Hoff man acquaints readers with the and the ignorance which prevail in lands of bur geoning population His purpose is to accentuate his contention that it doesnt have to be so something CAN be done about it By way of explaining and per haps justifying American con cern in this broad field the former South Bend man harks back to the days when our young nation was the benefi ciary of both capital and tech nicians from older lands Brit ish capital for example built some of our first railroads In the long view accord ing to Hoffman the 100 under developed countries are a great new economic frontier If per capita incomes in the under developed world were to be liftedin the sixties year by year by only 25 per cent ex ports to these countries from the industrially advanced world would more than double Some four and a half million Jobs in US now are dependent on foreign trade of which aboul t third relate to underdeveloped Turn to 2 Please North Iowa Partly cloudy and mild Monday night and Tues day Lows Monday night in the 20s Highs Tuesday 3844 Iowa Partly cloudy and mild Monday night and Tuesday Lows Monday night in the 20s Highs Tuesday 30s northeast to 40s southwest Further out cloudy and mild Wednesday Fiveday Iowa will average Temperatures a little below Negro not to return unless conditions there are eased normal in the northeast and 3 to 5 degrees above normal in the southwest Monday night through Saturday Normal highs are from the lower 20s in the northeast to around 30 in the southwest Normal lows are from 5 to 10 above zero in the north to near 15 degrees in the extreme south It will be unusually mild at the be ginning of the period turning colder about the middle of the period Precipitation will aver age 15 of an incH or less in light snow Wednesday night or Thursday Minnesota Variable cloudiness scattered flurries Continued mild highs Tuesday in 40s GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Monday Maximum 33 Minimum 17 Sunrise Sunset Inquest ordered after woman leaps from car ALBERT LEA in quest has been ordered in the death of Bernice H Wikeron 34 Albert Lea She was killed in stantly Sunday when she jumped from a car on Highway 65 a mile north of Glenville Minn According to Freeborn County Sheriff Everett Stovern the driv er of the car John A Bergland 34 Albert Lea said they were having an argument when Mrs Wikeron jumped from the car which was going about 50 miles per hour Bergland stopped a passerby and asked him to call the high way patrol He stayed at the scene until the patrolman ar rived Mrs Wikeron a divorcee lived with a brotherinlaw and sister in Albert Lea ACTOR HAS SURGERY HOUSTON Tex ft Actor Clifton Webb underwent sur gery Monday to correct an ab dominal aneurysm a bubble that forms at a weak spot in the wall of a blood vessel FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES OXFORD Mere dith said Monday he does not plan to register for the next se mester at the University of Mississippi unless the school takes steps to ease the harass ment that has made life at Ole Miss difficult for him Meredith first Negro know ingly admitted to the university said he does not plan to regis er for the spring semester unless very definite and posi tive changes are made to make my situation more conducive to learning There long have been reports thatMeredith is having extreme difficulty with his classes largely due to the pressure that has been all around him since his entrance on the campus during rioting the night of Sept 30 caused two deaths and brought thousands of federal troops to the campus Meredith said the decision not to continue unless his con ditions are met was based on a consideration of all the ele ments pertinent to the Missis sippi crisis and its deepest meaning and of all the aspects of my personal relationship in it with it and to it Meredith in a statement giv en to newsmen calied to his dormitory room Monday morn ing emphasized we are en gaged in a war a bitter war for JAMES MEREDITH Kennedys play game me WASHINGTON does presidential impersonator Vaughn Meader really sound like President Kennedy said recently that Meader in realty sounded like his youngest brother Teddy But when Sen Edward Ted Kennedy DMass was asked whether he thought Meader sounded like him he replied with a laugh Meader sounds more like Bobby than he does Atty Gen Robert F Kennedy was not available for his views on the matter On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 1011 Sports 1314 North Iowa News 15 Latest Markets H Mason City News 1617 Comics 8 Clear Lake News 21 ON ONE CONDITION TUCSON Ariz MVDuring a speech in Tucson George Pat erson Canadian consul general in Los Angeles was asked about the possibility of one gov ernment for both Canada and the United States Paterson replied We wouldnt mind taking you in as a province but dont bring your national debt with you To try again on burning of greens Thirteen will lucky for Girl Scouts this burning of the greens sched uled for the 12th day of Christ mas had to be postponed be cagse of an 11th night misfor fire to the Christmas trees which had been collected for the event But now its on trees have been collected to make a bonfire in East Park and the blaze will be set off 6 pm Monday the 13th the equality of opportunity for our citizens The enemy is de termined resourceful and un principled The harassment that has made Life on the campus a difficuli one for the 29yearold Kosciu sko Miss native was empha sized Sunday night when crude lyprinted handbills were dis tributed on the campus calling for separation of the coon from the curriculum and the im peachment and execution o President Kennedy for backing Merediths entry into the uni versity under federal court or der Meredith said he plans to re main in Mississippi but did no say whether he would transfei to a Negro school Meredith made the statemen just before leaving the dormi tory Baxter Hall for his morn ing classes He said I wilUiave nothing further to say about thi matter until after the end of thi semester at which time I will be free to answer any questions and acknowledge any requests Semester examinations begin next week and the new semes ter begins the first week in Feb ruary The school and Meredith per sistently have refused to discus his grades but just as persisten have been reports that he i having difficulty with his schoo work It was reported last month after newsmen interviewing stu dents and school officials tha although by intensive studyin Meredith could pass his course he is a good candidate t flunk out At that time universit sources said that Meredith wa a reasonably intelligent studen but was having trouble concen trating in an atmosphere wher his life was literally in constan peril There also were lesser an noyances such as firecracker in the dormitory halls and ou side slamming doors shouts and insults Atty Gen Robert F Kenned said Monday it would be reflec tion on the entire United State if Meredith quit because of ex treme racial intolerance Kennedy said Meredith is a free to leave the school as h was to enter it But he ex pressed hope that Meredit would consider that he chos to go to the University of Mi sissippi and the energies an hopes of many of his fellow cit zens have been involved in h day of Christmas admission and tendance continued a MURDER SUSPECT Robert Middleboro Mass soldier peers from his jail cell at Sigourney after his arrest by the Iowa Highway Pa trol Hammand was driving an Omaha taxi whose op erator William Edwards was found slain at Council Bluffs N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Peru rounds up more Reds LIMA government stepped up what it described as operation cleanup to foil the threat of a communistinspired revolt in Peru Although of ficial statements said about 300 agitators had been seized throughout the country other sources placed the number at between 700 and 1000 persons Big evening for Sandburg NEW Carl Sandburgs own words it was a beautifully tumultous evening It was a bril liant literary dinner at the WaldorfAstoria celebrat ing Sandburgs 85th birthday and the publication of his new book of 77 poems titled Honey and Salt Boston has more stranglings BOSTON Police listed a mugging and an at tempted robbery as theprobable causes of the 9th and 10th strangle slay ings in the Boston area in the past six months Police said there appeared to be no connection between the slayings of Donna Ella Saun ders 16 of the Roxbury section of Boston and Har old L Carlman 69 a variety store owner in nearby Salem and the unsolved stranglings of eight women Congress opens Wednesday 88th Congress will con vene Wednesday facing immediate battles over its rules and longrange proposals by President Kennedy for income tax cuts and new spending programs British attack denied Claim US defense fails LONDON news papers said Monday swift British jets slipped past US defenses re cently in a mock Hbomb attack that could have wiped out major cities including New York Wash ington Chicago and Los Angeles US and British officials denied the report Four British newspapers said the exercise was carried out by four Vulcan bombers about two months ago The bombers fly up to 600 miles an hour A spokesman for the North American Defense Command in the United States termed the re port a lot of nonsense The British Air Ministry first said an exercise took place about two months ago but declined to say whether it was a success Then after some apparent con fusion the ministry came around to the official American version Reports referring to an exer cise a couple of months ago are wrong an Air Ministry spokes man said The last occasion on which took part in an exercise of this kind was in an operation referred to as Skyshield II about Oct 14 1961 That exercise was a joint operation designed to test de fenses The spokesman declined to com ment when asked if British bombers penetrated North Ameri cas radar network in the 1961 exercise FIRE CLAIMS 5 WALLINGFORD Conn UPI elderly men were killed Monday when fire swept the century old Central threeslory Hotel Expected twins she has 15pound boy SALT LAKE CITY Erwin Frank who thought she was going to have twins gave birth to a 15pound oneounce boy The child arrived Satur day night at Latterday Saints Hospital The infant is the sev enth child of Mrs Frank and her husband An editorial 8 SAME llowa Department Learnalanguage records A tested too Mason City GlobeGazette LEARN A LANGUAGE Record Coupon No 1 newspaper claims contained several important strategic im plications particularly that manned bomber has many mora years of useful life as a nuclear deterrent Vulcans were to have been used to carry the nowscrapped Sky bolt they will carry the improved Blue Streak standoff bomb which is to be the basis of Britains independent nuclear deterrent until the nation is equipped with Polaris missiles The Daily Express Sketch Tel egraph and Herald all reported the strike Had the attack been real it would have wiped out several ma jor American cities including Los Angeles Chicago and New York the Herald said The Express said it understood the operation succeeded because the Deltawing Vulcans were so fast and apparently flew at an altitude of about 12 miles It said some of the Vulcans were fitted with electronic counter measures to keep American pa trol planes from detecting strike In Denver Maj Ford Dawson a spokesman for the North Ameri can Defense Command said there was no truth to the newspaper reports He termed them just a lot of nonsense Dawson said it was not the pur pose of the Royal Air Force to pierce US air defenses When ever flights were made over the United States he said advance warning is given to prevent Allied planes from being mistaken for enemy craft The Herald said the British planes flying from bases in Brit ain were opposed by nearly 1000 NORAD supersonic fighters They got through to their tar gets by using new decoy radar signals which confused the Ameri can radarwarning system Herald reported READERS SHOULD KNOW that the Learna Language Records being made available to the Globe Gazette family on a cost basis have been tested in a hundred or more places and proved themselves to be remarkably effective Before giving serious consideration to this serv icetoreaders project we contacted a dozen news papers which had either completed the program or were in the midst of it at the time of our inquiry These papers ranged geographically from the New England states Hartford Courant oldest Amer ican daily to Honolulu Hawaii The Advertiser with a number in between In each case we dealt with a personal While there were varying degrees of enthusiasm as would be expected every report was definitely favorable Some bordered on the ecstatic with respect to both the public acceptance and the effectiveness of the records as a language aid But even with we wanted to be werent satisfied We arranged with a wellrespected language teacher known to be cool toward this approach to examine the records with a critical ear It was her report even more than the testimonials from our farflung journalistic colleagues that per suaded us to take on the task of serving as a clearing house for the LearnaLanguage Records in the dozen counties served by our newspaper There is of course no representation on the part of those who processed the most assured ly none on our they will perform a mir acle There must be a real desire and a real effort on the part of the learner With a reasonable amount of perseverence it has been demonstrated dozens of times in dozens of places the user of our LearnaLanguage Recoids can acquire enough proficiency in any of five tongues offered to get along in the countries where they are spoken Another point revealed in the numerous places where there has been a widescale distribution of the discs is that the excellence of the pronunciation em ployed in them is of pronounced aid to language stu dents who havent had the benefit of authentic ar ticulation of a tongue No age bracket has an exclusive in this program Obviously the offering can be helpful to youths who are engaged in a language study But the records can open new vistas to adults as the KGLOTV Spanish courses have demonstrated Then too the discs are not perishable They can be made available for the future use of youngsters not now sufficiently mature Shall it be Spanish French Russian Italian or German Thats for the individual to say The question must be answered on the basis of individual prefer ence or need In other places some have electedto work on two or more Some indeed have played it across the board Up to this time the Chicago Daily News is No 1 m the matter of LearnaLanguage Record dissem ination But other papers with smaller circulation have served thousands of their readers The Globe Gazette has the hope that its readers will avail them selves of this offer in large numbers The GlobeGazette has only one interest Its that there be an extensive use of what is being offered as a service to readers It was this consideration which prompted a pricing somewhat below the cost involved for the records and the servicing aspect of the pro gram k A mild cancer panic among men on West Coast LOS ANGELES f specialists say a mild panic among Southern California men resulted from the recent cancer deaths of four prominent actors Doctors at the Cancer Detection Clinic say the usual ratio of three women to every man requesting an examination has changed to nearly two men to every woman Actors Charles Laughton Thomas Mitchell Jack and Dick Powell died within 18 days of each other Dr Sol Baker president of California division of the Ameri can Cancer Society said Sunday that the first reaction of people was to think an epidemic had begun People die of cancer every day Dr Baker said and the deaths of four prominent men in a tow was just a coincidence   

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