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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 29, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home CITYGLOBE HOME f EDITION VOL 100 he newspaper that makes all North I o w a n s AssoeUttd PWSI ind Prtts TnternaHonal Full Wires MASON CITY MOWA WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 29 1961 neighbors 7c a Copy Paper Consists of Four 44 Chi mp returned safely from orbit ytrff vw fftrt Repeal of TH law spurred JFK studies new plan By JOSEPH R SLEVIN New York Herald Tribune Newsservice WASHINGTON The admin istration is actively discussing a plan to repeal the TaftHart ley Act injunction power The plan calls for including the repealer in a new national emergency disputes law that President Kennedy will lay be fore Congress in January Kennedy promised to propose a new law when the govern ment obtained an injunction to end last Julys 18day maritime strike A presidential bid for repeal of the 14yearold TaftHarUey injunction would be enthusias ticaiiy welcomed by organized labor The injunction is prob ably the most cordially hated section of a law that labor vio lently dislikes A TailHartley injunction bars a strike for 80 days The Presi dent can seek injunction from a federal court whenever he finds that a strike threatens the national welfare The former Congress of In dustrial Organizations the CIO half of the present seized on the injunction section to brand the TaftHartley act as a slave labor law President Truman promised to repeal the measure never was able to persuade Congress to his views Kennedy believes that the TaftHartley act emergency dis putes provisions must he chang ed to obtain more effective North Iowa Mostly cloudy Wed nesday night and Thursday turning colder Low Wednes day night in lower 20s Highs Thursday in the 20s Iowa Cloudy Wednesday night and Thursday Turning cold er northwest Wednesday night and over northwest and ex treme north Thursday Lows Wednesday night in lower 20s northwest to lower 30s south east Highs Thursday 2530 extreme north to 40s south Further cloudiness and quite cold Fri day Minnesota Cloudy much cold er Highs Thursday in 20s GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Wednesday Maximum 40 Minimum 19 New policy by JFK on silver means of preventing crippling nationwide strikes The repealer plan contem plates substituting a status WASHINGTON sil ver certificate a familiar item of currency since 1878 will disap pear from circulation if Congress approves President Kennedys new silver policy All and bills are silver certificatesL as are some and bills All of these would be discarded daring the next 25 or 30 years to be replaced by Fed eral Reserve otes which are backed by While Congress would have to approve this part of the Kennedy plan the President ordered Tiies May free reserves earlier President is hopeful WASHINGTON AP Presi dent Kennedy Wednesday told men called into military service they may get out of uniform within less than a year Urging them not to grumble in the meantime he said they pro vide the strength to spare the United States a choice between humiliation and a holocaust Somewhat heatedly Kennedy took note at a news conference of newspaper stories reporting discomforts and possible short comings in equipment and train ing programs for reservists and National Guardsmen summoned to service as a result of the East West crisis over Berlin The President said his adminis to some specu lation never intended to hold men called up for more than a year The hope he said is to let them out before the end of the 12 month period for which they were orig inally ordered to service Kennedy also observed that Congress approved the callup which the administration initiated last sumrher Kennedy in a clear attempt to Trouble develops in capsule space trip is shortened FKOM ouit WIRE SERVICES CAPE CANAVERAL United States scientists rocketed a chimpanzee named Enos twice around the globe Wednesday and then displayed their finesse by returning him safely to earth when trouble developed in the space capsule Bui difficulties during he second orbit in two aspects of the spaceships operation dimmed U S hopes of putting a man into orbit in 1961 the same year the Russians performed the feat A perfect performance in Wednesdays dress rehearsal flight would have meant a slight chance Enos who did his part of the job perfectly was recovered mharmed from the sea 500 miles south of Bermuda at pm by the Navy destroyer I r 1 1 Stormcs His capsule had been It S TCJllOUt nOt in Johnny quo section for the injunction law The section would be mod eled on a provision of the Rail way Labor Act hat has won wide support among labor in dustry and professional media tors The Railway Labor Act auth orizes the President to appoint a factfinding board in a dis pute The appointment has the effect of a TaftHartley injunc tion for it requires labor and management to maintain the status quo which means no upwards of 60 days The parties must keep the status quo for 30 days while the fact finders are and they frequently grant re quests for an extension of time Then hey must preserve the status quo for an additional 30 days after the fact finders re port There is a major difference between the Railway Labor Act fact finders and a similar board that the President is authorized lo name in preparing to seek a TaftHartley act injunction The TaftHartleyact allows the board to do no more than find facts while the railway group is authorized to make recommen dations for a solution The administration believes HOHUM LETS BE OFF Enos the chimpanzee selected to rocket around the world three times relaxes in his couch just before he was taken from hangar to launching pad at Cape Canaveral for his orbital flight in the svater 1 hour and 25 min SHELBYVILLE Tcnn AP mud a and probably be kept there about a day and flown John Rowe is back at work afterjback to the Cape probably Fri spcnding 10 days recovering from day fall into his fallout shelter j The destroyer reported the The 12 x 30fool underground j animal is alive and appears to shelter he built brought lavish oraise from civil defense cngi normal Enos diapered and strapped neers Such crouds lo secm a pressurized couch w a s Ihc model shelter that aloft at am EST bought a insurance policy as protection in case anyone got hurt around it He discovered a hitch in the policy after he fell through the escape hatch cracking several ribs He wasnt covered day an immediate end to Treas ury sales of silver at artificially low prices This will lead at once to an in crease in the market price of silver which perhaps will rise from the old pegged rate of 915 cents an ounce to or more As a side result manufacturers are likely to increase prices on jewel ry silverware holographic film and other items with a high silver content The Kennedy program would represent the most important na tional change in silver in many decades In effect the President wants to end silvers status as an important monetary metal and make it a freely traded commod ity like copper or soybeans The program drafted at the Treasury also would end the re current and often bitter political battles over silver The metal Bolster the morale of the reserv ists and guardsmen whose lives were disturbed by the muster of additional strength said the sol dier on duty in a cold and windy camp is rendering the same val uable service as an airplane on 15minute alert with the Strategic Air Command Kennedy said his administration had felt adequate strength Another Story on page 20 He said the armed forces were Grading of the roadway for prevent a war notInterstate Highway 35 in North the nation lacked conventional military Norih interstate road fo Commence in 1965 to fight a war I Iowa will start in 1965 and 1966 Kennedy declared once again j under the Iowa Highway Com that this country wants to negojmissions fiveyear primary tiate a peaceful settlement of road building program EastWest issues but does not in The commission announced tend to surrender He said a key point n any fu ture negotiations with the Soviet Union will be the question of in ternationalization of the adminis tration of the autobahn land route to Berlin Kennedy in reply to questions about the show of US force off the Dominican Republic last week said the United States that the recommendations en courage settlements by mark ing out an area within which I would have no more political ap peal under the new plan than any other mining product Kennedys decision stemmed rom a steady decline in the Treasurys supply of free silver not needed for currency backing Tnis supply dropped from 1235 million ounces on Jan 1 to 22 i illion ounces as of Monday night The stockpile of free silver has declined because of purchases by silver users at the Treasurys sales price of 915 cents an ounce and because of silver withdrawn the union and the employer can agree and it will include the plan in ifs proposal Labor unions traditionally have looked favorably upon the recommendation power but in dustry dislikes it for it fears that public opinion may be mo bilized in favor of a costly set tlement The administration will not ask Congress for additional to seek a settlement if the factfind recommendation and status quo procedures do not yield a solution would be if one country in this hemisphere moved against another with force The President had been asked if the United States was prepared to use force to thwart any attempt by the regime of Fidel Castro in Cuba for instance to overthrow another government He said the United States would K concerned about aggression particularly if its source were the Castro regime Bode woman dies of injuries in for use in coins the fiveyear program Wednes day in Ames The commission in 1965 and 1966 proposWto let contracts totaling about for rightofway grad ing bridges and culverts along the Interstate 35 route in Wright Hancock and Winncbago coun ties By the end of 1966 the com mission proposes to let con tracts that would result in the grading of the interstate route north to Highway 9 in Winne bago County by an Atlas rocket The simian taken 18 months ago from the African ungles was scheduled for a 44hour voyage through space trips around the globe at 17500 miles an hour He went straight to his work of pulling levers and was vc wardcd with a lunch of banana flavored pellets by the time he crossed the Indian Ocean on his first orbit Plunging through space at heights of 99 to 146 miles the capsule ran into trouble on the second orbit and space admin istration officials decided to bring it down Signals relayed from Point The commission proposes toJArgucllo Calif fired the retro let contracts in 196G for the rockels which caused the cap of Interstate 35 paving from II i A Miracle on 34th St New stage play for Willson HOLLYWOOD Calif ff Meredith Willson composer authorlyricist of The Music Man has been commissioned to write book music and lyr ics for the stage version of Miracle on 34th Street Producer Stuart Ostrow said Working title of the new pro duction is The Wonderful Plan Ostrow head of Stuart Co said Tuesday it will pre cede The Understudy for which Willson also will write book music and lyrics on the Stuart Cos schedule Willson currently is rep resented on Broadway by the musical score for The Un sinkable Molly Brown now in its secondyear The Music Man is inits fourth year of a national stage tour N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Aigona crash ROCHESTER Minn Mary Capesius 61 Bode Iowa died in a hospital Wednesday of injuries suffered ina collision near Algona Monday Kennedy directed the Treasury Mrs Capesius who was trans to stop using the tockpile as a ferrcci here from St Annes Hos source of supply for coinmaking He said thai henceforth silver needed by the mints should be withdrawn from monetary re serves with an equivalent amount of silver certificates pulled out of circulation at the same time Site for hearing on car sales garage switched The 7 p m Board of Ad justment hearing Wednesday on construction of a car sales garage al 19th SW and Jeffer son will be moved from the City Hall to Music Hall The decision Ionise the large meeting space is based on indications that a large number of Rolling Acres pital at Algona suffered head and shoulder injuries when her car collided with a county gravel truck at a county road intersection 4te miles south and 2 miles west of Algona Officers said her southbound car struck the left side of the eastbound truck throwing the truck in the ditch The driver Cliff Blanchard 38 Algona was not injured She was alone in the car Mrs Capesius is an aunt o Mrs L W Hurley 511 Jersey SE Mason City On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News891011 Comics 18 Mason City News 2021 Latest Markets 21 TILL CHHISJMAS residents may appear in opj Sports 2324 position lo the proposed con struction North Iowa News 27 Clear Lake News 3233 No individual shelters WASHINGTON President Kennedy said he will ask Congress for a Civil Defense program giving the federal government central responsibility for providing community fallout shelters He said the administration did not believe the government could engage in the task of building shelters for each in dividual home Mob shocks ELISABETHVILLE Congo Sen Thomas J Dodd DConn said he was shocked by the action of a mob of Katangese troops who dragged two Unit ed Nations officials away from a party he was at tending and beat them with rifle butts I guess this is the Congo after all added Dodd who has j been a leading defender of Katanga in the United States Await word from Russia GENEVA The United States and Britain sought to determine whether Russia intends to stand pat on its proposal for an uncontrolled ban on nuclear testing Negotiators feared that further negotiations here might be pointless as they awaited a reply from Russia at the resumed threepower nuclear confer ence Discounts Earhart story TOKYO A former Japanese navy pilot who was on Saipan Island shortly after Amelia Earhart disappeared in 1937 said it was impossible that bones found on the island were those of the famed woman pilot Hi tosh i Tsunoda said he was certain Miss Earhart and her navigator were never on Saipan Highway 210 in Story County to Highway 20 in Hamilton County The program dates refer to the letting of contracts In many cases the actual project will lot be completed until the fol owing year The program calls for 520000 in contracts through 1966 on the interstate highway contracts for the primary road system The S330million fiveyear highway construction program for Iowa stresses spccdcdup building of the interstate road network in Iowa But the plans show decreased emphasis in the primary system The program calls for com plction of Interstate 80 from Davenport to the Missouri River sulc lo rocnlcr the atmosphere and descend on a parachute into the Atlantic First explanations were that there had been an abnormal tem perature rise in the capsule I probably caused by trouble with an electric current inverter There was also attitude control trouble in the system which determines the capsules posi tion in relation to the horizon The chances of orbiting a man had been considered marginal at best during the remainder of this year but there had been talk here of a Dec 21 target date An Alias rocket was to be made ready as soon as possible One by one the worldwide net of tracking stations reported con tact with the spacecraft and tele metry data showed thai Enos performed exactly as scheduled by 1066 I The commission said the pro He did not miss a trick gram for 19621966 reflects thcispace agency officials said His last legislatures juggling of tlicjjob was to react to colored lights road use tax fund and the stead ily rising costs of building new roads Construction by pulling levers a work task which would help to show how ne withstood the crushing force of gravity and the effects of wcight of the primary j road system is decmphasizcdjlessncss because only about million Throughout the flight to the a year will be available for prijtimc hc was abruptly called out mary highway building Under o heartbeat respi ration andljody temperature were to be within normal lim ROSE Sis sell 18 Pasadena Calif will reign as queen of the 1962 Rose Bowl on New Years Day Shes a freshman at Pasadena City College Among the seven finalists was Joan Zeman daughter of Mr and Mrs John Zcman Pasadena and granddaughter of Mr and Mrs L M Butler Clear Lake Miss Zcman was Junior Rose Bowl queen last January thc old formula of distributing the road use tax fund the com mission in recent years received f n as much as million annually i An announcement from the Na for primary road svstem tlonal Aeronautics and Space Ad ministration at pm said Basically the conimissionihat as thc spacccraft traveled said thc fiveyear primary prolacross thc Padfic Occan near thc gram is thc last four years of its sccond orbit the 19611965 plan stretched oulidctcclcd increased inverter tern vcr a longer period There and an attjtude control of new otncr tnan a sprinkling of new projects An invertcr is a device used to nlpntriMl rnrrfnt from AP electrical current from AC the commission said I The Interstate highway progi ress under the new proposals isi10 uv stepped up considerably Ninetvi Thc attltudc system per cent of the cost is carried lies on electronic detectors lo de by the federal government amltcrninB whether the spacecraft is the proper course If it is not signals are sent to hydrogen pe u iroxidedriven jets on the side of jterslatc 80 from Davenport iolhc c Thc jet action DCS Momes is scheduled for com 10 per cent by the stole The program shows that In SAME plction in 1961 The route from Highway 71 near Bray ton in west ern Iowa to Missouri Valley will bc completed in 1066 supposed to return it to the proper course YOUNG THIEF NABBED WATERLOO UPI The This will complete the entire casc Of the pedaling purse route from Davenport to the Mis souri River The first step on Interstate 35 north of DCS Moines will bcSmutcdI taking two pursesfrom taken under the new proposals snatching bandit was solved Tuesday Officers said Charles E Rueter 14 Waterloo acU the school he attended and also A little work is scheduled on eight other thefts in which he Interstate 29 along thc up behind women on his River from Sioux City lo Council bicycle and snatched their purs Bluffs jes as he rode by   

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