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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 24, 1961, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 9 The newspaper that makes all North I o wans neighbors Associated nfl United Pres International full Leas Wires MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY AUGUST 24 1961 7c a PaperConsists of Two SectionsSection On No 174 3 air corridors are threatened WASHINGTON USier Press secretary Pierre on the question of the government is expected to rejectger said the comment would be airesponse A meeting of the West speedily and completely the Sostatement Later a formal reply tojern ambassadorial group which viet charge that the Western powthe Soviet message received here I has been considering the Berlin ers are using Berlin air corridors to ferry West German spies agi tators and saboteurs to West Ber lin Wednesday evening would drafted Salinger said The note from Moscow demand led an end to what it called was scheduled at the State Department Word of the Soviet note arrived here while the ambassadorial jeu an enu 10 wnac n caneu un The White House said the Unitlawful and provocative was meeting late Wednes ed States would comment on the in West Berlin and the airlanes day latest threatening Soviet note lati The Western Allies were being II U S strategists saw the Sovi et charge as part of a continu ing move to isolate and finally I swallow West Berlin which lies inside Communist territory The US position has been that IQ 1 3 II and Friday Warmer Thurs day night lows 5762 Highs Fri day in lower 80s schools Classes are beefed up By G K HODENFIELD WASHINGTON itf Renewed emphasis on reading riling and rithmetic and a rapid spread in foreign language teachingJMinnesota Variable cloudinessjhave the spaceage science and howto showers cooler High Friday in au corndors ent in the rights of the Western powers as postwar occupation North Iowa Partly cloudy to be in the city Proce widely scattered showers orjdures for exercising access to the thundershowers Thursday night city have been spelled out in vari ous agreements To yield to a Soviet demand for control or limitation of the air Iowa Partly cloudy with widely traffic to West Berlin would in scattered thunderstorms US opinion only pave the day night and Friday Warmer Thursday night lows middle 50s east to lower 60s west Cooler northwest Friday highs in the 80s Further outlook Partly cloudy cooler south and east Saturdav way for an eventual complete clampdown on this lifeline to the city The purpose of the Soviet move seemed to be to try to scare the Western powers byi Lawmen set for gunmen Barricades up in town FACING EAST IN tanks and infan trymen hold positions on West Berlins Friedrich strasse close to the border as they face Communist East German waterarmed cars across the dividing line The Red hose cars face the west in the left and right background The Friedrichstrasse border point was the scene of an incident when one of the Red tank cars loosed a stream of water at newsmen claiming that the Russians power to block the study courses That will be the pattern in many public schools this fall when more than 37 million pu pils return to the classroom A survey by the National Edu cation Association NEA indi cates thatgrade schools and high schools from coast to coast are adding a fourth the curriculum The survey doesnt necessar ily indicate a trend But some of he examples cited should please even the most bitter of those critics who call American education soft IN DAVENPORT Iowa for instance English classes for all low 80s GlobeGazette weather iup to 8 a m Thursday Maximum Minimum Sunrise Sunset data 78 48 under the stars Friday night and 7th and Sib graders will be exjsee the big celestial show a tended from 46 to 92 minutes ainearly total eclipse of the moon jwifh Echo I as an added attrac Informants added that the Russians never before have challenged the Western powers lover their rights to carry whom like by air into and out of West Berlin And it could be presumed that the Russians would demand the right to screen passengers transported well as transported out They do not now have that right It would immediately seal off the major escape route of East Germans who have been assured of a way into West Germany once ithey got across the border into DES MOINES out West Berlin Eclipse of moon Echo over Iowa Among the items of interfer ence the note said was the re peated appearance of West Ger man officials in West Berlin day In Beverly Hills Calif It did not specifically men dcnls in grades 7 through 12 will The eclipse will start at last weekends visit of be expected to write at least convenient time to takcChancellor Adenauer one theme a week Auburn Nthe kiddies with you The mid1 Y plans increased emphasis onipoint will be reached at pm teaching pupils to so Echo I the manmade balloon does Harvey 111 and Ml Lebsatellite will pass over Iowa at anon Pa pm rising in the west A poor reader is inevitably ajnorthwest and passing to the poor learner Many schools this southwest N ews in a utshell fall will introduce special courses to meet this problem The weather is a bit uncertain as partly cloudy skies are fore Cheyenne Wyo hopes to idencast for Friday But if you can tify potentially poor readers asjpenetrate the cloud cover the early as kindergarten Many citieclipse will be well worth seeing ies such as Farmingdale NYJ An eclipse of the moon occurs will offer remedial r e a d i n gjwhen the Earth comes between courses all the way throughjthe sun and moon It can happen grade school and high school jonly when the moon is full Fridays eclipse will be about On the Inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 891011 North Iowa News 12 Sports 1516 Latest Markets 18 Mason City News1819 Comics 22 Clear Lake News 28 FOOD RATIONING OLYMPIA Wash ington has become the firsl state in the nation to start ac PROGRAMS of anthigg per totaj A tmy ecjge of tjon on a foodrationing plan for metic and mathematics particlthe moon will remain outside the a national emergency The 750 ularly those developed at YaleearuYs shadow With binoculars000 heads of household in the and the University of Illinoisor lowpower telescopes it is posjstate probably will register for are winning general acceptance sjbic to see some of Ihe largerjthe program the week of Nov across the country the NEA craters of the moon as they passlfi Gov Albert Rosellini ordered survey indicated into registration Ml Vcrnon XY has gone a step further with a course in the arithmetic of flying de signed to show the new import ance of mathematics in the space age In another move to keep the schools in step with the space age Parma Ohio reported it will introduce this fall a course in astronomy complete with planetarium Foreign language courses arc spreading so rapidly through the US public schools that the figures arc running far behind the facts IN SANTA CRUZ Calif all pupils from kindergarten through the sixth grade will get Spanish lessons this fall Marion Ohio is working toward a 10year se quence in Spanish Most educators agree that many college students flunk out in their freshman year only be cause they dont know how to study This year for the first time in the annual NEA survey many high schools reported they plan special courses to meet this problem In Laredo Tex for instance there will be a onesemester course in how to study designed especially for collegebound stu dents Boise Idaho and Tyler Tex plan similar programs emphasis on taking notes in the classroom ASUB PAYS CALL TOULON Franco iV The U S atomic submarine Shark arrived at this French naval base Thursday for a stay FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Moon flight base WA S H IN G T 0 N The National Aeronau tics and Space Adminis tration announced that Cape Canaveral will be the launch site for send ing a man to the moon The site will be enlarged by about 80000 acres It now covers 17000 acres if Senate backs plan WASHINGTON The Senate has approved 60 39 President Ken nedys plan to train more than 100000 unemployed workers in new skills The fouryear mil lion program is aimed at chronic emp 1 o y m e n t such as auto m a t i o n causes Buses held up BERLIN Three U S A r m y sightseeing buses which had been twice halted at the bor der by Communist East German police later were permitted to enter East Berlin Nehru to Moscow NEW Minister Nehru will go to Moscow Sept 6 for conferences with leaders of the Soviet Union The announcement came only 24 hours after he told Parliament that the So viet position on East Berlin traffic curbs is legally right Acquitted in tower deaths RIGHT ON THE BORDER US Army officers confer alongside the Friedrichstrasse border checkpoint in Photofax West Berlin under the nozzle of an East German water thrower drawn up on the Communist side of the line Yank troops get tear gas bombs after water episode BARABOO Wis UPI Deputies Thursday barricaded the Sauk County jail where one of three Chicago gunmen ac cused of gunning down Wiscon sin law officers is locked up Undersheriff Mike Spencer in dicated he is fearful that asso ciates from the Chicago under world would try to rescue Law rence Nutley 25 Were not dealing with small ime boys Spencer said We know they the accused gun men are well associated BARRICADES were set up in the street in front of the jail lust off the main street of this south central Wisconsin town which was once the nations cir cus capital A dozen armed of ficers kept guard around the jail Nutley and two other Chi cagoans are accused of killing a Sauk County deputy and cri ically wounding the Lake Del ton Wis police chief Monday The gunmen opened up when the two officers stopped their car and tried to question them One of the trio Richard Nickl 28 was wounded and captured in the first hour of the chase Nutley was flushed from the Wisconsin Dells woodlands Tues day The third gunman identi fied by the FBI as William J Welter Jr 23 still evaded one of the greatest manhunts in Wisconsin history REPORTS along with cloth ing found Wednesday left au thorities pretty well sure that Welter had not fled the area A loose dragnet extended from Baraboo north to the junction of the Lemonweir and Yellow Riv ers about 100 miles northwest of Milwaukee Search headquarters shifted to BararJIo former headquar ters of Ringling Brothers Bar num and Bailey circus If still in the area Welter apparently was barefoot and without coat or shirt with nighttime temper atures in the 50s and 60s How ever there are a lot of aban doned houses from people whove gone home Spencer said WANTS SHORTS BANNED WASHINGTON W Shorts and womens slacks should be banned from the stately halls of Congress says Rep Walter L McVey RKan He introduced a bill to prohibit such attire in the Capitol It would apply only to persons over 12 BERLIN offi cers handed out tear gas gre nades to a US detachment guarding the West Berlin border with the border The checkpoint is the only one through which the Communists are now allowing for eighners to enter East Berlin Photofax HOMESICK A tear falls from the eye of Myung loon Chung 8 Korean orphan while aboard plane that brought her to United States She was home sick for the only home she knew the orphanage of Oregon farmer Harry Holt at Seoul Korea Holt has moved to Korea to spend all his time working with orphans most of them fathered by American serv icemen This sad little girl photographed by Phil tii Wolcott of Eugene Ore RegisterGuard who ac sixdayi companied the flight cheered up on arrival in Port land Ore NEWBURGH N Y ir courlmartial T h u r s d a y ac quilted Air Force Col William M Banks 46 of negligence in the collapse of a Texas Tower in the Atlantic Jan 15 with a loss of 38 lives The board of eight officers up held a ruling by Col Jean Ryd strom the courts law officer sustaining a defense motion that Banks be found innocent Banks stationed at Stewart Air Force Base where the court martial is being held was in overall charge of the radar tower A chief specification against Banks was that he failed to keep himself advised of storm threats and failed to keep in touch with the officer in direct charge of the tower Thursday after Communist forces A US tank stood loosed a stream of water against photographers A witness said two American soldiers were hit by spray and the water was quickly turned off when one reached for a grenade Western troops have orders to disregard the Red warning for everyone to stay 109 yards back of the border The brush at the Fricdrich itrassc checkpoint illustrated the resolve of the Western Allies to make a military show at every point where Communists tamper iiiarcl there SAME Black Flag Means Traffic Death in Past 2i Hours A crowd of about 300 curious West Berliners milled about The Communist waterarmed armored car moved up after Western cameramen closed in Iff photograph the East Berlin scene and ignored a Red policemans signal to move back The water gun did a bit of ing too serious But at that point the American troops were issued the grenades A new Communist restriction of ravel from East Germany was disclosed Foreigners living in 3ast Berlin and East Germany lave been barred from leaving he Redruled country since the Communist clampdown on refu gees was launched Aug 13 JERRY E NALAN Nalan honored for saving life Mason Cityan to receive Red Cross highest award Jerry E Nalan 602 E State W EARL HALL a past mem Nalan a teacher at State Cen will receive the highest award of the American National Red Cross for giving emergency first aid treatment which may have saved the life of Ann Hille man 17 State Center ber of the National Board of Governors of the Red Cross will present the award to Nalan at the first All Volunteers picnic of the Red Cross Thursday night at the Girl Scout Camp Gay The American Red Cross Ccrjwood at Clear Lake Two other Clifford Sheldon one of two lificatc of Merit will be prcjawards also arc to be presented civilian defense attorneys ar gued in his dismissal motion lhal regulations did not require Banks to keep himself advised scntcd by the Cerro Gorclo Counj According to Dick Nesjc ler Community School was cited for administering artificial respiration to Miss Hilleman The accident occurred about five miles west of Marshalltown on Highway 330 shortly after midnight The car from State Center in which Miss Hilleman was a passenger and a car ty Chapter through w h i c hj water safety chairman Nalan from Dcs Doilies collided head Nalan received the firsl aidis the Sfith Iowa resident lp re training which enabled him to ccive this honored recognition on 0 but rather stipulated that staffiassisl Miss Hilleman after a twoAwards for life saving wcrcj NALAN WAS driving on High members advise him of storm car collision near Marshalltown threats May 13 established by the Red Cross in way 330 with a friend Arncl E Thompson of Eagle Grove Their car was the first to arrive at the accident scene seconds after the collision After checking the DCS Moines oar and finding it impossible to open the jammed doors to reach two men inside Nalan and Thompson turned to the State Center car where Nalan checked the condition of four oc cupants Miss Hillcnian had suf fered head and facial injuries Nalan then carried her to a ditch beside the road and ob served that she was having dif ficulty breathing He immedi ;