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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 8, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily News piper Idittd for VOL Pes vnuea The newspaper that makes all North lowans Fun M Wlre MASON CTY OWA THURSDAY FEBRUARY 962 BEGAZETTE neighbors 7c a Paper Consists of Two Seclionsstciton HOME IDITION No r wins a WASHINGTON it ville L Freeman was capricious n enforced distortion of the and arbitrary and meat prod truth the US Court of ucts to which it applied were set aside Thursday a government requiring an imitation misbranded order ham label on smoked hams WThe court to by Secretary of Agriculture OrArmour Co against ment of the order in can end wiretaps Technology too good By VICTOR WILSON New York Herald Tribune News Service WASHINGTONExpierts the wiretap field concede that a new bill sent to Congress by Alty Gen Robert Fy Kennedy to legalize federal wiretapping could do a lot of goodS But they also wonder if this or anysimilar bill will everclean up jungle of The stumbling blockthey point out is modern technology of electronics Advancements in this have been so farreaching and even astonishing that its now pos sible for a person with proper equipment to listen in on a tele phone conversation without tap ping the even be in the same building True Kennedys bill would sub ject illegal to a maximum injafl and a 510000 fine Its broad enough to cover device except say an extension tele phone Butt the experts point out Penalty hasnt when the gain even the death stopped murder seems to outweigh the risk And they add thanks to tiny transistors listeningin devices are now so small and easily cealed that Federal agents would have to frisk every citizen in a given town to make even a dent in eavesdropping for blackmail purposes Besides there arent and cant be that many Federal agents An ideal but by no means fool proof solution these students of the subject say would be to regulate manufacture and sale of eavesdropping devices But this they view in the freeenterprise United States as mere pie in the i Sky Blackmailers private eyes in officially required to be grossly The Appeals Court directed a Federal District Court to enter a preliminary injunction asked by enforce The decision was anofher step in a long battle between meat packers who contended theaddi tion of water improves the quality of the meats ind consumer groups who contend purchaser are defrauded by the addition of water The addition of water to federal ly inspected hams had been au thorized by former Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Taft Benson who noted that the practice al ready was used on hams proc essed and sold within a state His order permitted addition of mois ture content up to 10 per cent of the green or unciired weight of the hams Freeman last Nov 17 amended the regulation to require that bams to which the water was add ed be labeled imitation ham Armour Co challenged the Freeman order but was denied an injunction by District Court It was that action which the Court of Appeal overturned Thursday Irreparable injury to Armour From the enforcement of the regu lation is apparent without demon stration the Appeals Courts de gision said for the attempted marketing of meat products thus officially required tobe grossly misbranded could not fail to dam age its good name Withdrawl from the interstate onlyother al of course cause loss of profits which could never ae recaptured said Freemans order had the effect of forcing a meat packer into violating the statute which forbids misbranding and nothing in the record as presently constituted supports or justifies such an enforced distortion of the xuth The secretary could easily have made this litagation unnec essary by merely requiring that labels on moist hams bear a leg end showing the nature and ex tent of the added moisture 2nd ISU professor may enter politics STORY CITY sec ond member of the Iowa State University history department s considering entry into the po itical arena old mother confirmed she may seek the Republican nomination for Congress from Iowas 5th district Dr Elbert B Smith an this year Mrs Egenes 31year Demo ratic nomination for US sena or officers have all caught on to what electronics have done for eavesdropping They would no more tap a wire to obtain information than tip off the person or firm they have under surveillance They ail know about Section 605 of the Federal Communications Act promulgated in preelectronics 1934 which bars the physical tapping of a com munications line So Ions as they dont touch a line theyre safe from the law unless they get caught using the information they obtain electron ically for illegal purposes Hence they use tiny micro phones concealed in a finger ring tie clasp or coat lapel ornament i with a concealed wire running toi Pletely out of hand small recording devices in their pockets to get the goods on their subject Some use for legal or illegal purposes socalled spikemikes Aimed properly they can pick up and record a conversation between two or more persons across a broad avenue Evidence obtained by wire tapping is barred in all federal courts But these type devices never touch a wire it was pointed out Thus evidence collected by one such gadget was allowed as admissible in a Washington fed eral court The wire tapping situation is as theAttorney General said in legal chaos Five states New York Massachusetts Maryland Oregon and Nevada have made it legal via legislative fiat for law enforcement purposes But since Feb 27 1961 so far as can be learned hereN not a single case in any of these states nailed down by wiretap evidence has been presented to a jury North Iowa Partly cloudy t cloudy occasional light Thursday night and Friday Not so cold Thursday night lows 815 Highs Friday 2025 Iowa Partly cloudy to cloudj with scattered light snow like ly Thursday night and north east Friday Not so cole Thursday night lows 10 nortl to 20 south Highs Friday nea 20 north to 30 south Furthe cloudy Satur day with cliance of light extreme northeast Minnesota Variable cloudiness light snow Warmer high Friday in 30s GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Thursday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 14 2 5 36 4 New Tiros satellite in high orbit CAPE CANAVERAL Fla AP IV the fourth in a series of highflying electronic weather men soared into orbit Thursday to photograph the earths cloud cover The 285pound cameracarrying satellite rose skyward in the nose of a 90foot ThorDelta which blasted off at rocke am AH three stages of the booster fired on schedule and two hours later the National Aeronautics and Space Administration ai nounced that the package was i in orbit about 400 miies above the earth Confirmation of orbit came when the Wallops Island Va racking station picked up signal Tom Tiros TV as it zipped over head at the end of one orbit at In Washington officials said Tiros began taking good pic ures during its first orbit Weather scientists in Washington stood by to transmit the satellites nformation to forecasters all over ie world The Tiros series is intended as the forerunner of a global system of space weather stations Tiros IV is much like its prede cessors but has a vastly improved ens mechanism to prevent distor POET RECOVERS MIAMI UPI Poet Robert Frost 87 was reported quite satisfactory Thursday in a Miami hospital where he is be ing treated for lung congestion News in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Atests in air at hand WASHINGTON President Kennedy apparent ly is preparingthe country for announcement that the United States will resume nuclear tests in the atmosphere because of secret Russian practices But he also s leaving the door open to Russia to join in an ironclad test ban agreement at Geneva next month which would make such experiments unnecessary and halt the atomic arms race before it gets corn British to test in Nevada LONDON Prime Minister Harold Maemillan announced that Britain will test one of its nuclear devices in Nevada within the next few weeks Maggert seeks Senate post DES MOINES Robert Maggert said he plans to resign as state superintendent of buildings and grounds and seek the state Senate seat vacated by X T Prentis RMount Ayr who is now a member of the Iowa Tax Commission Mine toll reaches 270 SAARBRUCKEN Germany Grimy rescue workers searching for possible survivors of one of the worst mine disasters in Germanys history found more bodies raising the death toll to atleast 279 Much studying for FCC Chairman Newton Minow said the Federal Communications Commission has a lot of studying to do before it decides whether to renew its request for power to regulate television networks V OSAKA Japan F Kennedy took his meetthepeople campaign to the Japanese coun tryside Thursday waving and smiling in good humor both at the thousands who cheered him and the few hundred mustered by the Communists to jeer him Arent they a friendly peo ple the US attorney general said to a newsman several times during the day as farmers house wives workers and children mobbed him enthusiastically His enthusiasm was undamp ened by several leftist demonstra tions that dogged his trail as he criss crossed the countryside shows sign of temper from Kyoto to Osaka before boarding a plane for Tokyo He ran into one group of 300 shouting Communists outside a textile mill in Kyoto Waving ban ners and shouting Kennedy go home the demonstrators surged toward the Kennedy bus but po lice swiftly moved in and pushed them back Showing his usual calm the at torney general got off the bus and waved to the demonstrators In furiated they closed ranks across the street and kept up their chants as Kennedy and his wife Ethel and US Ambassador Ed win 0 Reischauer and his Japa neseborn wife spent an hour tour ing the mill On leaving Kennedy again smiled and waved as the bus pulled away At this the demon strators sang the Communist In ternationale Although placid in the face of demonstrators Kennedy showed a flash of temper for the second time publicly in Japan at a luncheon given him by leading businessmen of the Kyoto area After hearing criticism of US aid policies and what some called a fumbling American foreign pol icy President Kennedys younger brother retorted heatedly I just want you to understand that the United States has es tablished quite a record in the world he said We have not arrived at the vision we have to day culturally scientifically and economically just by luck We are not without fault Kennedy added But we went into World War II against our will and we do not seek now to domi nate other nations Other nations have suffered much but many of us have suffered personally He cited Communist aggressions and said When we all sit around and analyze what is wrong with those Yankees I hope we can consider the general picture UNDER ORDERS Secretary of DefeiTsf Robert McNamara confers with Willis Lawrence right chief Pentagon censor before being called upon to testifybefore a Senate subcommittee on censoring of speeches of military officersUnderorders of Presi dent KennedyMcNamara refused tcTlet Lawrence identifyjhe menwho alteredthe speeches Mason Cityons held in tab robberies TwoMasonCity youths are being questioned In Texas in onnection with taxicab robber es they told officers they com mitted between Mason City and Fort Worth Tex The two were identified in Texas as Dennis L Burgener 19 and Frank Huerta 18 The young men said they wistedchains around the necks of taxi drivers in Des Moines Kansas City Mo Oklahoma City and Tulsa Okla and Dal las and Fort Worth TexT police reported The two were arrested at Hal ton City a Fort Worth suburb The arrest was the result of a burglary report youths made which was doufated by po lice Officers said a burglar got into their motel room through a bathroom window but police found cobwebs on the window sill and held the pair Actress two others found on island A rora Our Wire Serried NASSAU Bahamas Actress Jayne Mansfield bedraggled and suffering from severe ex posure was taken to a hospital Thursday after rescue from vhat her husband said was a boating accident brought on vhen his wifepanicked because she thought sharks were near The 28yearold blonde was potted by plane with her veightlifter husband Mickey Hargitay and a hotel promotion On the inside Editorials Page 4 Clear Lake News6 Society News 1011 Sports 1314 North Iowa News 15 Latest Markets Mason City News 1617 Comics jg Transit Schedule 20 California boy M victim of old age WATSONVILLE Calif UPI diedof old age Wednesday although he man on a narrow sand island Jbout 15 miles from this British town Dr Meyer Rassin said had suffered quite severe ex posure and the effects of bites rom numerous mosquitoes and and flies Hesaid he wanted d examine her again to see vhether a chest infection might et in Miss Mansfield a girl with a 402235 figure has long held ame as a far better personal ublicity agent than actress Their 17foot motorboat was ound floating overturned off Rose s 1 a n d Wednesday evening Thursday a US Coast Guard amphibiau buzzed the island nd spotted the three on its east rn end Iowa flier killed in French crash DOUZILLAC France U Air Force F101 jet fighter rashed into a warehouse Thurs only u Dr Thomas Schmida said the youth died of progeria a rare disease which causes prema S e ture agn He said that only hree workmen in the building apt Richard Musgrove 23 was about 50 cases have been re ported in medical history in cluding one which resulted in a similar death in Italy about a month ago Young Balidoy first was dis covered to have progeria at the age of five but Schmida said the boy did not have much trouble until a year ago when he weighed only 30 pounds We know very little about the disease except that it is not hereditary said Schmida add ing that the boys internal or gans developed an old age pat tern Arthur was the son of a farm laborer He is survived by three brothers and one sister all re ported in normal health THOMAS HONORED NEW YORK UPDThe Boys Ctubs of America Man and Boy t u 111 iwa iriaii ctuu JDUj ay killing the pilot and burning Award will be presented to com Censor plea b JFK is uheld dent Kennedy invoked the trine 6fexecutive privilege Thurs day to forbid Pentagon personnel to tell a Senate subcommittee the names of censors who altered texts of specific antiCommunist speeches The chairman promptly upheld the plea I am convinced this executive Question man in recent fires CEDAR RAPIDS UPI A bearded53yearold man was held in jail here Thursday tin der questioning about fpurr ie cent fifes in t northeastern Iowa and be had con sented to a liedetector test Robert SeeSuleri tains it said Chairman John Stennis DMiss Up to the time of the presi dential intervention Stennis had been one of those attempting to elicit answers on the point The only subcommittee mem ber objecting to the chairs ruling was Sen Strom Thurmond D SC whose charges that the military had been muzzled against antiCommunist state ments set off the subcommittees study Thurmond did not appeal Sten nis ruling immediately to the subcommittee membership a coursewhich would have been open to him v Secretary of Defense Robert S was picked up Wednesday mgbt on a yagrancy charge and authorities said his description matched that of a man seen loitering near the scenes of re cent fires at Mclntire Independ ence Oelwein and Evansdale Seehusen reportedly spent nights before or after the fires in Bails at Charles City Oelwein and Independence Seehusen has denied anyf con nection with the fires which de stroyed a church at Mclntire Sunday and business buildings at Independ ence Sunday night Oelwein Monday and Evansdale Monday night Deputy Fire Marshal John Hanna Des Moines who inves tigated each of the fires said he had not turned up any def inite evidence of arson but the possibility iad not been ruled out usMcNamara read to the subconv Marines get food to sn owbourid j a pa nese American Corps helicopter made four landings in this snowbound Japanese vil lage Thursday and unloaded two and one half tons of food for its hungry first delivery of food in 40 days The 400 cheering residents of the mountain village in southern Japan were on hand to greet copterfrom theMarineair acility at Iwakuni near Hiro shima Other nights will follow SAME mittee a letter fromthe President invoking the xecutiye privilege and directing Defense Depart ment personnel f r om top to bottom not to disclose the in formation about any individual changes in texts The President held it would not be the public interest to permit the subcommittee to ques tion the censors and on this basisStennis sustained the chief executives right to invoke execu tive privilege Since the days bf George Wash ington Stennis said neither the cbuitsnor theCongress ever has overridenrpleas of vilege by a president under the constitutional system of checks and balances which he said pre vents one branch of government from imposing its will on the others Over objections from Thur mond that the talking should be done by Willis D Lawrence chief Pentagon censor who jyasion the stand McNamara the questioning to read the presiden tial letter Previously Stennis had ordered Lawrence to answer a question about individual censorship ac tions The specific question was Which censormade changes in estimonyprepared by Army Lt Gen Arthur G Trudeau research chief for a House Space Com mittee hearing Lawrence on Jan 31 had de clined to answer under McNa maras orders Kennedy at his news conference Wednesday gave his full backing to McNamaras previous refusal o permit release of the informa ion saying he would not permit harassment of individual cen sors Thursday he followed up with the written directive edian Danny Thomas Sunday The n i Auviiiaa ouiiudy l fje Authorities identified the pilot as performer will receive the award from Supreme Court f Knoxville Iowa He leaves a William 0 Douglas at ceremonies vidow Judith and three children here SKETCHES PRESIDENT AT CON Miriam Muster a Port Worth Tex artist displays a sketch of President Kennedy she was working AP Photofax on during the Presidents news confer ence the State Department auditori um The President is at rostrum in background   

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