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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 22, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                                Norvth Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for The VOL 100 M UTYV5LO newspaper that makes all North low HOME EDITION and laternaUonal Full Lciie q ns ne rs MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JANUARY 2Z 7c Paper Consists of Two One No One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor j BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO IHX1 KWLC WOI UW T m K hove been clipped T CAN IMAGINE THAT NONE A of the complicated situations confronting a new President during his first year in office is more baffling than what is broadly classified as intelli gence The field of agencies and arms of our national defense engaged in related if not identi cal activities make it a vertiable tanglewood There s a score or more of them The organization which would come first to the attention of the freshman chief executive is called the United States Secret Service It was established m 1860 under the Treasury De partment for the purpose of de tecting counterfeit money and the like But as time passed its duties were broadened to m elude ferreting out forgeries of bonds passports and the like With the advent of our alpha betical agencies the Secret Service found itself faced with a number of new functions Some of them had to do with the Fed eral Land banks some had to do with the Federal Deposit In iiirance Corporation still others with violations of the gold re serve and silver purchase acts Bot the duty most in the pub Uc eye performed by Secret Service and the one which would make the President and his family exist ence nearlyevery waiting hour of their is guarding the physical and yell being of all WhiteTlduse occu pants began injl930 The assignment over mansion and the grounds The staff for this de tail is in excess of 125 persons Then the Bureau of Narcotics charged with scrufi nizing illegal sales of narcotic etc and the Bureau of Customs charged with the prevention oi smuggling illegal and unde clared objects All ofthis of course is conducted under the Treasury Department Best known to public if not to the President and his family is the Federal Bureau ol Investigation FBI presided over for about as long as most of us can remember by J Ed gar Hoover It was my genuine privilege not long ago to spend an eve nmg in the company of Mr Hoover in connection with the award to him of the Mutual of Omahas C C Cnss award carrying with it a cash gratuity He was the seventh to be thus tited Others include Dr Howard Rusk Dr Jona Salk and the late Dr Tom Dooley The F BIs task is to inves tigate all violations of Federal laws except those specifically assigned to some other agency It has in cases which espionage sabo tage treason and other matters pertaining to internal security Kidnaping the white slave act and atomic energy matters fall within its field of interest The FB I was estabbshed in 1908 One of its original man dates from Congress was to as semble criminal statistics from police agencies and publish the results in the Uniform Cnme Reports Heavy emphasis is placed on cooperation with local police officers particularly in the building up of evidence in criminal cases At last count the FiBI had more than 150 mil lion sets of fingerprint cards in its files The chances are about five to one gentle listener that youre represented Moving over into the field of Intelligence work haying to do with foreign countries we find an even more tangled skein Army Navy and Air Force have their own separate intelligence units likewise the Department of State the Atomic Energy Commisison and the National Security Agency This last named National Security Agency is an ultra codemaking codebreak Turn Page 1 Please New troubles delay flight FKOM OUR WIRE SERVICES CAPE CANAVERAL Th ederal Space Agency said Monday it had postponed until Saturday its planned attempt to rocket astronaut John H Glenn Jr into space on Americas first manned orbital flight around the earth A new outbreak of trouble in Glenns Fnendship7 space capsule forced scientists to cancel plans to send the 40yearold astronaut on his threeorbit flight Wednesday Technicians early Monday dis covered difficulties in the sys Iowa Generally fair tern which will supply a vital flow of oxygen to Glenn on his 81000 mile voyage of nearly five hours Scientists on the million Mercury manmspace program said the three day delay will give engineers and technicians through time to correct technical diffi culties encountered in the Tuesday continued cold Lows H1 U1C night 5 to 10 below spacecrafts environmental con Highs Tuesday 5 to 10 above Further outlook Partly cloudy warmer Wednesday Minnesota Partly cloudy with scattered light snow north and central occasional cloudiness extreme south Monday night Occasional cloudiness Tues day A little warmer extreme south Monday night Little temperature change Tuesday Lows Monday night zero to 10 below Highs Tuesday 5 to 12 above Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 a m Monday Maximum s Minimum 9 Precipitation Tr snow Sunrise 7 33 Sunset 5 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 12 14 data Globe Gazette weather up to 8 a m Sunday Maximum 5 Minimum 12 Precipitation m snow Sunrise t 739 Sunset t 511 YEAR AGO Maximum 13 Minimum 12 On the inside EditorialsPage 4 Society Sports North News Mason City News Comics 78 910 11 1213 14 miles INDUSTRIALIST DIES GREENSBORO NC J Spencer Love 65 who built 000 m savings into the worlds waves in the biggest textile complex Bur day DOWNED policemen guardthe wreckage of the Bulgarian jet fighter after it crashed about 20 trol system during prelaunch preparations The decision to slip the his toric first voyage of an Ameri can into orbit came during a toplevel meeting of scientists and officials on the Mercury program at Cape Canaveral It was the second time in re cent days that the oxygen sup ply system had given techm cians headaches Earlier a valve problem caused a one day postponement The trouble cropped up early Monday during final checks of the myriad mechanical and electrical parts and seven miles of wiring that make up the bell shaped capsules interior Glenn was ready After a re iaxing day of church and televi sionviewing Sundaythe astro naut prepared himself for an other physical examination test that wasex pected to confirm astronaut physician William K Douglas belief that the spaceman to be was in as good shape as he ever hasibeen if not better And the thousands ol newsmen prehminary investigation indi and visitbfsjWho pouredinto the cates the Bulgarian plane that nearby beacfi areas were ready crashed in Italy Saturday was The tension mounted asthe on an aerial spying mission multimillion1 dollar prepara bons to tell tSK story to the world were Skies at the Cape must be al most cloudless if cameras are munique said to track the first part of the fhght properly aims mehKennedy WASHINGTON President Kennedy reported Monday the nation met its recovery aims in 1961 is making another giant stride toward full employment this year and can attain staggering worth of production in 1963 The time to erect a defensem depth against future reces sions is this prospering moment Kennedy told Congress m his economic report It was the third and last of the major White messages to the new ses iion The antislump weapons needed IB said are his twin greeted by most Republican Con gress standby pres dential powers to cut taxes tern Pbotofax miles south of Bari Italy Sunday The Russianbuilt plane crashed after flying over a secret NATO missile base Indications that plane was on spy mission ROME An Italian Dettrue caseof aerial espionage fense Ministry said Monday its v f 1C In tne days he will can be further supported be transferred Italy already has filed a strong of nearby Ban The pilot protest with Bulgaria and Italian Further investigation will whether the plane actually was spy photographs a com communique said the of fourfoot mg area would be permissible Late Sunday LjaLtf OUUQdy Ungton Industries died Satureightfoot waves churned the ocean sr as rs Glenn would land after one two or three orbits These areas cover thousands of square passes over a secret Allied mis sile base near Ban just before it crashed In a cautiouslyworded com munique the Italian Defense Ministry said it is continuing to question the pilot and examine the plane to estabbsh if the in dications so far existing of newspapers raised the new U2 cry identified according to docu A ments he earned as Milusc Sola kov Kirov born at Plovdiv m The Defense Ministry Feb 131939 He is single and a beutenant belonging to the tod Squadron ofthe lith Tan XI H f tefrntory nef Acquaviva from Bergovitza Kuomerets landing force The aircraft carries the Bulgarian air number The pilot who was thrown coat of arms of from the cockpit was found un and nas tne conscious He was rushed imM34 the accident the wings mediately to the civil hospital at of the plane were sheared off and A i iii TVQC Pn Acquaviva where he is still hos pitalized ihe plane was damaged but its fuselage is almost completely m NOT MUCH LEFT The contents of several homes at Lake Colo is spreadover a large area fol lowing an avalanche Sunday which killed six people Photofax and injured two Hundreds of volunteers started work Monday cleaning up the mess in TWIN LAKES Colo AP A jiant mass of snow slid down Colorados highest mountain Sun day sweeping over four houses snuffing out at least six lives Officials estimated more than tons of snow plunged down the southern slope of 14341fcot VIount Elbert in a mi It engulfed the western end of Twin Lakes a central Rocky Mountain village 140 miles south west of Denver The avalanche was more than 300 yards widei and 15 feet deep family was wiped out G L Shelton 50 his wifeMarie 40 their son Steve 14 and daughters Linda 9 and Vickie 8 all per ished Two persons were rescued from the buried wreckage of their home William Adamich 35 and his wife Barbara30 were hos pitalized in Leadville with frost bite and possible internal injuries Their son Billy 8 found dead Another son Michael 10 was missing The other two houses were va cant About 600 persons worked more than six hours in the frigidrnoun tain air probing the wreckage A neighbor Nels Lindstone 66 said that when he awoke at 8 he looked out of a windowand saw only snow and wreckage where the houses had stood Lindstone said he tried to tele phone the sheriff in Leadville but telephone lines were down He hailed a passing motorist to notify authorities Lindstone said he and a neigh bor walked through the snowcov ered wreckage until they heard faint cries for help They started digging It was another two and one half hours before the two survivors were found Mrs Adamich was pinned beneath heavy timbers across her legs and abdpmen Her husband was about 75 feet away The avalanche followed a three day storm that dumped 30 inches of snow The pilot suffered a fracture tactl excePt some light damage to of the left collarbone and the leftthe lower part of airplane arm aad a head concussion Military authorities are still ex amining all the material and the flying instruments of the plane In some fragmentary sen fences uttered immediately after the accident the pilot said that he escaped from Bulgaria in order to evade the political re gime of that country where he does not intend to return The pilot not to be put into contact with Bulganan diplomatic authorities in Italy We are not yet in a position Lo express a final judgment on the nature of the episode in which evidence has already been gathered of violation of Italian airspace 4 We can state that examination of the flight material comprising photographic apparatus including film for making aerial surveys and questioning of the pilot has brought evidence of a true case of aerial espionage Future de velopments of the situation will be brought before public opinion A Defense Ministry spokesman said processing of both motion picture and still film was being done by North Atlantic Treaty Or ganization officers at Ban and that development would be com pleted by Tuesday morning He said the pilot probably wouldbe broughtto trial in Italy New economic threat posed for Berlin was threatened Monday with an eco nomic squeeze by ttie Commu nist regime of East Germany The East German Communist Party newspaper Neues Deutsch land said Suijday that the East German Parliament would meet Wednesday to pass a new cus toms law levying duties on all freight entering or leaving West Berlin by road rail or canal All such freight aside from official allied military goods already is controlled by the East Germans but no transit levies are charged Rusk blasts Castro at conference poianly and unleash federal mon ey for quickacting public works Kennedy urged Congress to let PUNTA DEL ESTE Uruguay trigger up to blUlon iPTi TI c f Ending spending and matching PD TI c f i pening an ma US Secretary of State funds into the works lan Dean Rusk Monday told key South American foreign ministers the Fidel Castro regime is nol the real representative govern ment of Cuba and should be thrown out of the interAmencan system The tough line was taken by Rusk in a rapidfire series of pri vate talks with the chancellors in hotel rooms and front porches oi this beach resort Hemisphere diplomats put off the first ple nary session of their interAmeri can conference 24 hours to seek a closeddoor solution to the thorny Cuban problem Ruik emphasized his stand was not a lone US position but the position of 13 sovereign nations totaling 190 million people who feel very strongly the menace of Cuban communism diplomatic sources said Rusk met privately with the Argentina Brazil and Chile dele gation chiefs to urge strong ac tion against Castro at the con ference The position of his South American counterparts was said to be that no treaty pro visions exist for diplomatic isola tion of Cuba Sources saidRusk argued that Castros regime was not a legiti mate government and therefore was not envisioned m treaties or international Jaw regulating rea tions between governments A member of the L S delega tion who asked anonymity said the conferences success in iso lating Cuba could determine the fate of President Kennedys billion alliance for progress pro gram Rusk said bluntly the hemi under the alliance for progress SAME joblessness reaches danger points which he defined He also spelled out for the first time how much tax cutting leeway he he said to throw billion of new buying power intoa faltering economy in six months or if extended with Congress assent billion in a year The cuts he proposed would be up to 5 percentage points in each income tax rate bracket That would mean a one fourth tax re duction for the lowest taxpayer group but considerably less in proportion for the higherincome famihes t Further Kennedy said this Congress should Empower him to negotiate a reduction jn the tariff of the Eu ropean Common Market with a gradual lowering of US duties Lengthen jobless benefits per manently and enroll three million new workers under unemployment insurance Enact promptly the pending eight per cent investment credit for in dustry He also called for repeal of the Silver Purchas Act aid to educa tion at all levels health care for the aged under Social Security job training for idle youths and lob retraining for outofwork adults The President pledged that this recovery will not be nipped off he said that of 1959 tight money policy The outlook for stable living costs is favorable he assured Congress if unions and industry will show statesmanlike restraint m pay settlements to avoid a spiral of wage and price advance ThePresident said the country jnvj0 4 till VAC lit OCLLU LlltZ s p h e re must be guaranteed has achieved the immediate anus against Communist intervention he set a year recover so that we might be able to prenot from one but from two reces vail in our collective efforts for starting the economy the economic and social advances uphill and reducing joblessness while keeping price stability Confidence in the dollar has been restored he said This year national output should rise t about billion above the billion of 1961 he predicted adding This would be another giant stride toward a fully em ployed economy Kennedy disclosed he would have asked a tax increase to cov er the steep rise in spending neces sitated by last springs Berlin crisis if the economy had been in better shape Rumored appointment of M L Mason causes stir DBS MOINES AP Reports that Edward J McMahus of Keo kuk will not get one of the two federal udgeships to be filled by the Kennedy administration in Iowa have stirred up protests among Democratic followers of the former lieutenantgovernor The rumor was that McManus who had been prominently men tioned for an appointment might be sidelined in favor of Lawrence Mason 55 a Mason City Demo crat and former US district attorney In Mason City Mason re fused to comment on the report except to say that he had no recent information on the mat ter No official word has come out of Washington as to what the Justice Department headed by Atty Gen Robert Kennedy plans to do about filling the judgeships John J OConnor Democratic member of the Iowa Tax Com mission said he is wiring the attorney general not to make any decisions until McManus friends can take him to Washington and talk this thing over McManus an attorney who has served in the legislature as a member and lieutenant governor ran a close race for the governor ship in 1960 losing to the Republi can incumbent Gov Norman Erbe M L MASON OConnor said a move was building up among Democratic legislators and members oE the party organization on behalf He said the Keokuk man is highly qualified and ought to have the appointment and if the Ken nedy administration doesnt take care of him there will be a pretty bitter impression around the state   

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