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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 11, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowai Daily Newspaper ttw Th VOL 100 newspaper that AwocUted Prew tatf United fjret rntenuUmalFull Wire makes all North Towans HeigHbors MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY NOVEMBER 11 1961 HOME HHtlON Paper Two No Seek to revise iobl Problems of press secretary Must serve as mother hen By RICHARD McFARLAND MINNEAPOLIS UPI The press secretaries for President and former President Eisenhower swapped notes and each figured he had about the best boss in the world Pierre Salinger Kennedys press secretary and James Hagerty who held the job in the Eisen hower administration spoke at the 15th newspaper guild memo rial lecture at the University of Minnesota My relationship with President Eisenhower was like father and son Hagerty said Outside of my own father hes the greatest man I ever knew Salinger described President Kennedy as a man of action who probably has a keener under standing of communications than anyone Ive ever seen1 They agreed the job of press secretary has become tremen dous He is a spokesman for the President a schedule maker and in Hagertys words a circus mover of about 250 aides and newsmen on presidential trips Hagerty said the secretary is an advisera buffer and if needed a fall guy He estimated he also got about eight calls nightly between 11 pm and 7 am Salinger said the greatest re sponsibility is speaking for the President and the care with which you have to weigh what you say Nothing is more important to day than for people to know what the President is doing and say ing he said Hagerty agreed but said its discouraging that polls show comics and sports are better read than front pages Both said they are trying to promote free flow of news to the public Salinger said Kennedy wants the freest possible access to information Hagerty recalled he used to take some information stamped secret for no reason and tarn But bpth said its a job to con vince everyone that a president communicates enough and has enough leadership I heard that same nonsense V M MOLOTOV Future of Molotov in doubt VIENNA Austria WVA Vienna Moscow express train bore for mer Soviet Foreign Minister V W Molotov home Saturday to face the consequences of his de nouncement last month by the So iet Communist party The 71yearold Bolshevik u oser in top level infighting be ween Communist theoreticians slipped out of Vienna virtually mnoticed Friday night He had een a quiet resident of this city for more than a year as Soviet delegate to the International Atomic Energy atomsforpeace organization Molotov went to theSoviet Em bassy Friday Police and news men who maintained a watch on he building said they did not see i i m depart An unexplained power failure in the night blacked out the area around the embassy for about 20 minutes Austrian authorities confirmed that Molotov and his wife Pau lina boarded the ViennaMoscow express here and crossed the border into Czechoslovakia at Ho henau at 11 pm There was no indication of just what was in store for Molotov in Moscow although his denunci ation by the congress was consid ered a preliminary to actual loss of party membership Khrushchev told newsmen President orders a new study More help is wanted WASHINGTON Presiden Kennedys orders for a study o the unemployment count wen seen on Capitol Hill Saturday a the first step in a drive to revisv and expand the unemployment in surance system Congress this year swiftly com plied with Kennedys first legis lative proposal an emergencj extension of unemployment insur ance benefits for workers wh had exhausted theirs But an administration bill mak ing permanent changes in the in surance system broadening cov erage increasing benefits and raising taxes has been in the House Ways and Means Commit tee without action since June Kennedy appointed a commit tee headed by Robert Aaron Gor don University of California economist to study the method by which the government arrives at its estimates of unemployment The committee is to make recom mendations for any needed im provements Secretary of Labor Arthur J Goldberg who suggested the study remarked it was es sential that the public have complete confidence in the sta tistics Early this year some ques tions were raised about the validity of the unemploymen Figures cited by governmen spokesmen especially to whai extent these represented fam ily breadwinners out of work The Ways and Means Com mittee for example heard test imony that samplings in Ohio cities showed among the long erm unemployed a high con tent of single persons of wom en working until marriage un ii pregnancy or until they ob tain some special earning oals such as money for Christmas purchasing The study Kennedy ordered presumably would be aimed either at proving the validity of the unemployment totals now n 22nd Soviet On trips Hagerty said the press party congress last secretary has to be a mother mancecl nat and his fol hen I respect my fellow newsbwrs U1LJV11 J Moscow Tuesday that Molotov 0 Fate is of no practical impor tance We havent decided yet auima Informed sources said the staff spokesmen trying to of the Soviet Embassy here had Persuade Congress to vote per manently higher payroll taxes for a more liberal iinemploy ComiTumist ment insiirance program month de The being compiled more defensible figures if nec essary Either result would strengthen the case of men he grinned but theyre all prima donnas and blame the secretary when anything goes wrong Hagerty said he is asked three main questions about his move from the White House to the American Broadcasting Company The answers he smiled are Yes my present job is easier No I dont miss Washington 111 at all No I will never go into poli tics again as long as I live He said Salinger has his re spect admiration and deep sym pathies dismissed from the party for opposing Khrushchevs policies in the 1957 power strug gle STRIKE AVERTED DETROIT eleventh hour agreement Saturday headed off a national strike by 15000 United Auto Workers union employes at the Bendix SAME On the inside Editorials Page 3 Clear Lake News 5 Church Features 67 Mason City News 89 Latest Markets 9 Comics 10 Society News 12 Sports 1314 The Surveyor 17 Business 18T9 Transit Schedule 20 North Iowa News 22 DRAWINGS STOLEN LONDON WVTwo drawings by the French artist Honore Dau micr valued at disap pcared Friday from Londons Vic toria and Albert Museum Both done in pen and ink they depict amiably court scenes City surprise ArtOGreen 326 Pennsylvania SEImcs S Here he Wfld Wav that hs old Navy uniformhas shrunk Art doesnt oyva Partly cloudy to cloudy in the southeast otherwise generally fair Saturday night and Sunday A little warmer in the northeast and nofth central Saturday night Low Saturday night will range from near 40 degrees in the northeast to 40 to 45 in the re mainder of the state tatfook foi Monday Partly cloudy with little change in temperature GlobeGazette weather data p to8 a m Saturday Maximum 54 Minimum 25 At 8 a m 37 Sunrise Sunset 454 EAR AGO Maximum Minimum 37 23 actor Mitchum says of Yank troopers PARIS UPI Actor Rob rt Mitchum Saturday said News in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES E German guards defect BERLIN Nearly 200 East German border guards have defected to the West since the Commu nist wall went up in Berlin last August West Berlin authorities said today This is nearly double previous Chimp flight pending CAPE CANAVERAL Fla The explosion of an Atlas missile that killed a small monkey will not delay an attempt to launch a chimpanzee into orbit next week officials report Careful analysis of data radioed from the missile showed the trouble should not be experienced on another Atlas scheduled to lift the chimpanzee into orbit on the last scheduled Project Mercury launching before an American astro naut is whirled into orbit Friend of US QUITO Ecuador Ecuadors newlyinstalled president Carlos J Avosemena says his government is neither rightist nor leftist and that he is a friend of the United States cere a wreath set the tone fot monies across the country The occasion was solemn he backgroundof events grim Plan by Nehru utopian Moratorium on cold war UNITED NATIONS N Y W rime Minister Nehrus call for a moratorium on the cold war sets an elusive goal for the dip omats who must deal with East West differences Many delegates felt the Indian eaders suggestion to the Gen nal Assembly Friday that the 03 UN members cease politi al bickering and devote a year o harmonious pursuits is admir able in concept but Utopian in Tact He called for cooperation n all cultural or whatever To comply fully with such a scheme the world body would nave to set aside for a year con sideration of such overriding is sues as disarmament and the stopping o nuclear weapons which Nehru con demned as basically evil It would also virtually out debate on the many colo nial questions foremost in the minds of the UNs 49 Asian and African members These involve attacks of most of the big powers and arc closely intertwined with cold war issues Various delegates hailed Neh lus call for a united attempt to avoid the terror of nuclear dis aster instead of thinking about burrowing under the earth like rats in a hole Many expressed disappoint ment however that the Indian leader did not advance more concrete proposals than a gen eralized appeal for political and cultural cooperation Interpretations of what he did propose varied US Ambassador Adlai E Stevensonsaid the idea of a year devoted to cooperation was a good one but hardly new The United States he said had been cooperating with nations for years One African delegate quoted a iaying When there is too much salt in the dish it is hard to im prove There is too much trouble at the UN now for Mr Nehrus suggestions to have much ef fect he said India itself has been one of he most controversial members Tnmh rof the United Nations in recent ul irears has been accused of aggravating the explosive dis armament problem by trying to equate the Soviet Unionsrecent giant explosions in the air with ana U S underground Nation pays honor to its veterans WASHINGTON President Kennedy went to Arlington Na ional Cemetery on Saturday Veterans Day to honor the dead there and the millions who served and still live The program at the Tomb o he Unknowns where the Prpsi dent spoke briefly after lavine aggravatnS lhc wrWth L aying armament problem u nee to visit America Ahnn About u Chlbk SouthKoreas man is headed for the United States to seek suPPort for his military regime hours before Parks departure police re of American to Pll ing craft for v Eisenhower r M enerossed in a display the Tru ilndependence MoThe the halchet and shook hands a dedication ceremony at Kansas soldiers o a scene in Casablanca flight cancelled rrii HLIfBON The Portuguese airline has can Bowing the hijack The nation was mobilizing to de fend itself against a possible war The hour for the Arlington Ccre nony was 11 time of Jay when the Armistice ended Vorld War I fought it was said then to end all wars There have been two major conflicts sincc World War The Pet hamsters of Caroline now on deceased list WASHINGTON if Two of 3 LULU viL If and the Koren Kennedys bie and no more ceremony was a matter of afew minutes includ ingthe time forthe Presidents remarks THANKS ANYWAY ROCHESTER N Y When an outoftown motorist ran out of gas in suburban Greece an obliging policeman brought him a canful When they started to pour the gasoline into the car il ran out on the street Police said the cars gas off a few film version of the DDay Normandy landings because of foul weather It was raining the wind was blowing and the sea was rough and these soldiers were afraid to board the landing craft he said I had to hop aboard first myself with other actors and stunt men before they gave in Mitchum said of the 250 soldiers provided by the US Army F Zanucks The Longest Day The troops were members of the 16th Infantry Regiment of the 8th US Division stationed in Baumholder Germany Their commanding officer Col Joseph M Conway who did not take part in the land ing agreed it had been a little rough Mitchum said and told him this is the best train ing my men have had since the last war The hamsters who once bur rowed into the news by escap ing their cages and White House in a weekend of freedom that ended with one being picked out of President Kennedys bathtub have died The news came without fan fare a twoword response to a reporters query about their deceased When where or how wasnt explained by the White House Those questioned Friday werent even sure Caroline who will be 114 adjusters hard at work 4 Nov 27 had been told Average fire claim LOS ANGELES w In surance claims the devastating BelAir and To panga Canyon fires range from to averag ing about Theyre running very high one official said Fri day Adjusters from many parts of the West have poured into the stricken area to sift the ruins of Southern Californias worst fire and lo help home owners collect an estimated million for insured losses Some 450 homes were de stroyed all but nine in the BelAir section The General Adjustment Bureau representing 320 stock property insurance com panics says 32 adjusters flew in to join a local staff of 82 They began examining the fire scene less than 24 hours after the blaze began and two days before it was con trolled Phil Stmkins the bureaus regional director could not say how much Hollywood notables or other certain in dividuals were claiming But he said some payments began Tuesday We urge the insured not to operate under shock not to complete their listings un der duress said Simkins Stmkins estimates 30 per cent of the amounts claimed will be for homes nearly 70 per cent for personal belong ings You must remember that fine art can build some of these personal claims up pretty fast says Simkins Some homes in the area he says contained collections of original paintings and statu ary Most policies will also pay holders for additional living expenses the motel rooms and restaurant meals taken while a familys home is re built Simkins said BelAir vic tims usually were insured to full value To recover valuables bur ied in debris but not de stroyed a shaker device sim ilar to a goldmining mech anism sifts ruins where a homeowner recalls leaving such items Simkins estimated adjusters should finish their work with in three weeks   

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