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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 28, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Daily Newspaper EdiUd for Hw CITY G The VOL 100 rnH newspaper that makes all North lowans United frtss Full Lesi Wires MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY NOVEMBER 28 1961 Few hopes as neighbors 7c a Paocr Consists o Two SectionsSection HOME EDITION No 4S open GENEVA 0 The United States Britain and th SovietUnion Tuesday began another round of talkson a nuclear test ban that appear doomed to failure froh the state One Western official called the resumption of negotiation a pure propaganda exercise High Western sources said East and West were farther awaj from a treaty for a controlled ban oh nuclear testing than at anj time since they first began nego tiating on Oct 31 1958 The talks were resumed in re sponse to the demand of an over whelming majority of the UN General Assembly They had beei broken off by the Soviet Union abrupt resumption of nucleai testing last September On eve of the new session the Soviets published a new treaty draft which in the viev of Western officials sounded the death knell to any hopes for i treaty at tfiis time The Russians in effect ruled oul any realistic prospect ri an in ternational control and inspectior system to prevent secret viola tions Without such a system the West says any nuclear test bai is unacceptable because there can be no assurance against Telling off JFK in a nice way President asks for it By DOUGLAS CORNELL WASHINGTON AP The people are telling President Ken nedy whats on also telling him off a stacks of oversize blue postcards piling up at the White House They praise him warmly or criticize him on his administra tion harshly They talk about socialism communism nuclear tests a balanced budget fallout shelters Caroline racial and re ligious intolerance More than anything else they are strongly for or strongly against medical care for the aged financed through the Social Secu rity System These blue I cards are special ones already addressed to Ken nedy at the White House and even carrying the salutation Dear Mr President They were on hand for anyone who wanted to rpick them up at the series of regional conferences jusj staged in 12 cities under gov ernment allspicesCabinet mem bers and squads of other toprank administration officials made the circuitdelivering speeches tak ing part in panels answering questions The objective the administra tion said was to tell the people about the record of Congress and the administration and to obtain their views A survey of the first 200 cards contained contributions from eight cities Chicago St Louis Nash ville Denver Detroit Cleveland New York andPhiladelphia The one topic that stands out in the first communications is medical care for the aged On a numerical count the number of cards expressing opinions on this issue nins about 5 to 4 against such care under the Social Securi ty financing plan the administra tion recommends But the figures dont give a complete picture Nearly half the total cards re ceived are from St Louis And more than half of the St Louis cards are from doctors All told St Louis had checked in with 87 cards 49 from physi cians All 49 were typed all looked as if the typing was done on the same machine Five were from individual doctors and 44 were in pair of cards identically word d but each signed by a different doctor From all cities 52 cards op posed the medical care program 44approved it doctors lined up against the medical care pro gram a number of nurses told Kennedy they are for it Some of the doctors called the plan socialized medicine But a Philadelphia woman told Kennedy I am hoping that you will help pass the bill on social ized medicine The people take sides too on whether the regional conferences were good or bad More seem to like the idea than to dislike it on the basis of the first 200 cards that came in Theyran about 3 to 1 in favor of the conferences Several cards commented favor ably on the way he Presidents brother Atly Gen Robert S Kennedy htd handled himself at conferences A Pennsylvania woman in red and black typing puther views on this into rhyme that proposed a new song Hail to the to the Chiefs People wno attended the Nash ville conference came up with some matters nobody else men tioned One man advised Kennedy to integrate our country into the Common Market cheating The Soviet draft also sought to prevent the United States from continuing underground nuclear tests launched after the start of the recent Soviet ol matching Soviet advances in nu clear weapons with its own tests in the atmosphere The United States and Britain were consid ered certain to reject such an ob vious trick intended primarily as a propaganda gesture to fallout fearful nations in Asia and Af rica lack both of prospects Soviet and Despite the O OO w i U11U Western representatives apparent ly were prepared to go on talking indefinitely rather than be ac cused of refusing to negotiate The Soviet draft also renewed demands to merge the test ban talks with general disarmament negotiations and the high West ern official said the United States and Britain probably would even tually have to accede to the So viet insistence on this AUTRY HOLLYWOOD FINED W Western actor Gene AutryS2 coowner of the Los Angeles Angels has pleaded guilty to a drunken driving charge and paid a fine ssian pap North Iowa Generally fail through Wednesday warmer Lows Tuesday nighl in the 20s Highs Wednesday in lower 40s Iowa Generally fair through Wednesday Warmer Tuesday night lows 20s east to near 30 west Warmer east and south Wednesday highs in the 40s Further outlook Partly cloudy and colder Thursday Minnesota Partly cloudy warmer Highs Wednesday in low 40s GlobeGazette weather up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum Minimum Sunrise Sunset print ticisms data 35 17 Tots hurt when car hits bikes Two Plymouth school chil dren were in good condition in Mason City hospital after be ng struck by a car Tuesday norning Kay 10 and Austin Smith 7 aughter andson of Mr and Irs Harley Smith were en oute to school riding bicycles hen they were hit by a car riven by David Joseph Morris 1 2307 22nd SW They were taken by Smells mbulance to t h e hospital here Kay was treated for a factored pelvis and other in uries arid Austin was treated or a broken leftlegand other njuries The accident ocurred at just outside the north city mits of Plymouth on blacktop outity road A third child n a bicycle was riding along ith the Smith children but was ot hit Morris told a highway patrol man he had noticedthe chil ren on bicycles and had owed down to avoid hitting hem Morris is to appear in court n charges of failure to control s vehicle and driving with an ued drivers license officers aid der CHILD AS MOTHER Columbus Ohio prays at the foot of a lad as firemen rescue her twoyearold daughter frorn a flame and smokefilled home Fht htT hollng tJle Child on VjuBt her from other firemen inside the house FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Chimp ready CAPE CANAVERAL US Scientistsput fin ishing touches on a 93 foot rocket scheduled to hurl a chimpanzee three times around earth Wed nesday The shot is the final rehearsal flight planned for an attempt to send an astronaut on Americas first manned orbital voyage within a few weeks Gunman captured GARY Ind A trig gerhappy gunman killed two men shot another and was found at home sleeping like a baby The gunman who wore cowboy boots during his rampage is Paul Ken nedy 20 dishonorably disc h a r g e d from the Marine Corps and an ex convict on probation af ter serving a year of a burglary sentence Rocky flies home HOLLAND I A New Guinea Gov Nelson Rockefeller began a long sad journey home bur dened with the realiza tion that his missing son Michael 23 probably is dead No trace of him has been found Dominican unrest SANTO DOMINGO DR The Army sent tanks and troops into the center of the city to dis perse ugly mobs threat ening violence to enforce a general strike against the government if J N action UNITED NATIONS The General Assembly wound up a monthlong debate on colonialism calling on all powers to end colonial status throughout the world without delay It took no action on the Dutch Indonesian dispute con cerning West N e w Guinea Editorials Page 4 Clear Lakei News i Society News8910 Sports 1314 Latest Markets U Mason City News 1617 Comics20 Farm News21 North Iowa News 24 Warmer weather moves into Iowa Warmer weather began mov ng into Iowa Tuesday after a chilly night which saw temper atures drop below thc 20degree mark over most of thc state LeMars reported an over night reading of 13 degrees Ma son City Davenport Dubuquc and Waterloo had 17 degrees DUicr lows ranged up to 22 a SiouxCity and Council Bluffs Thc warming trend was due o spread over the state Tues day night and Wednesday un dcr mostly sunny skies David is a grand old name Meg LONDON UPI Princes Margarets baby has been named David Albert Charles i yas announced Tuesday An of icial source said David was chosen as the first name be cause both Princess Margaret nd her husband Antony Arm strongJones now Earl of Snow don like the name very much David is the given name of the Duke of Windsor of whom Margaret is known to be extremely fond Savannah gets first load of nuclear fuel WASHINGTON AP The nu clearpowered merchant ship Sa vannah is getting its first load of fuel An Atomic Energy Commission spokesman said the loading of the million ships reactors with 17000 pounds of uranium oxide Fuel is expected to be completed this week at the Camden NJ shipyards The fuel is enough to provide service for 3i years without refueling BLACK CATS HAVE THEIR Some of more than 100 black cats which responded to a newspaper ad seeking sagacious black cat for a motion pic ture role line up outside a Hollywood movie studio Each was brought in for an the casting di rector who so far has eliminated all but 20 One white cat was brought His owner explained hewas brought as company for his black pal Photofax Philco agrees fo i J if 7 sell out to ford FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES PHILADELPHIA holders of the Philco Stock Co rp Tuesday approved sale of the company to Ford Motor Co Stockholders approved t h e a vote of 3426653 to Approximately 250 persons attended the meeting at Philco headquarters here There was extensive questioning of Skin ner by stockholders sale by 80801 Philco jected to the sale President James M SHOPPING DAYS C TIU CHWTMAS Skinner Jr announced that the ransaction will be closed on or before Dec 11 probably in Dearborn Mich Common stockholders voted 3335940 in favor of the sale vith 80471 against Preferred holders voiced approval by a vote of 90713 to 330 who on ob thc grounds that the proposed ex change of shares of Philco stock for l share of Ford stock was unfair The action came only a day after the government filed an antitrust suit against Ford for ts acquisition of Electric Auto itc Co last spring Ford of ticials expressed agreement that here was no violation in the In message to Russ What JFK said EASTWEST RELATIONS f AH ULtl lll sense WAR AND PEACE My W3S IvllIff in At Tir i j nu ui itViropc y sjstcr s niisbsnif nt nf r PC Want to prcvenl another war out of Germany what we should attempt to do is work out Tr lhrink WG C0uld havc pcacc in ths century in central Europe if we can reach an accord over West Berlin BERLIN We recognize that the Soviet Union can sicn anv WSh W that trealv to 11 t7 4 any the East German authorities What we be so dangerous however is iJlc claim that that treaty will dcny us our rights in West Berlin y if the Soviet Union attempts jurisdiction over West Berlin to the then this treaty does not bring peace GERMAN REUNIFICATION To divide a country to divide a city to put un a waif in them NowT diminish not intend to permit SOViCt CUBA out thc revolution it was slated Bill Castro did not keep his there would be Soviets blamed for ills Views given big splash WASHINGTON ennedy told the Soviet people hrough their own government newspaper Tuesday that the root if EastWest troubles is the Rus effort to commimize the sntire world In an interview with Alcxei Ad hubci editor of Izvestia and son nlaw of Premier Khrushchev he US chief executive laid icavy stress on the aim of free om of choice for he the peoples of Eastern Eu do not have it Kennedy made two new propos als International operation of the ifeline superhighway to West Bcr in and nonaggression pledges between members of NATO and he Communist Warsaw Pact The President when informed hat the Soviet newspaper pub ished the interview completely even the antiCommunists blasts called it a marked step forward in AmericanSoviet understand ing Russian citizens snapped up all copies of Izvestia from news stands in about five minutes White House sources said Pre mier Khrushchev gave clearance to the interview The idea was the result of some five months discussion between White House press secretary Pierre Salinger and Russian press officials Kennedy dealt with the Berlin conflict as the focus of EastWest ensions overshadowing issues uch as trade and disarmament agreement on Berlin could ead to peace in this century in Central Europe Kennedy said But he firmly turned thumbs town again on a settlement that vould give the East German pup let over West Ber in or its access routes On another najor point of East Vest conflict Kennedy told the Soviet editor ff we are able to achieve an igreemem on cessation of nuclear ests that would bring other igrcemcnts on disarmament Kennedy granted the exclusive ntcrvicw last Saturday in Hyan nis Port Mass The interview took up 10 solid olumns in Izvestia a fact the Vhite House took as ai indication t had been carried in full despite ts presentation of a point of view ever before given publicity in he Soviet Union Word came in from the embassy that there was just one substan tial change in Moscows version and it was not In what Kennedy himself had o say The Washington text had Ad zhubei saying only that results of Khrushchevs visit here in 1959 were not completely satisfac tory In Izvestia he said positive results were brought to nothing by the well known actions of the then Eisenhower American admin istration Throughout the 8000 words the exchanges read more like a de bate than a questionanrianswer discussion such as an American newsman would have with Ken nedy At times Adzhubei sharply disagreed with Kennedy and told him so Once he said he Soviets would be happy if Kennedy would admit that US interference in Cuban affairs was a mistake Kennedy apparently attached great importance to his meeting with Adzhubei as a way of getting hviews across to the Soviet SATELLITES Yalta and Potsdam agreements called for free election in Eastern Europe but these elections have not been held NUCLEAR TESTS MSJSSar rA iSSliSJ SAME T   

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