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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 21, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             Daily Newspaper Edittd for LOBE VOL 102 newspaper that makes all North I o wa n s n e i g h b o rs MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 21 W2 V 21 1MZ tTe a Consists of Four SectionsSection On HOME EDITION No If Key role is played by lowan Hes the new Vandenberg By ROWLAND EVANS JR Ntw York Herald Tribunt News Service WASHINGTON Occasional ly words are spoken in the Sen ate that have a high national significance far beyond the im mediacy of the moment asthese spoken In the flat somewhat brittle accents of Iowa were heard there recently when Sen Bourke Hickenlooper made a brief re port on the OAS meeting at Punta del Este What he said was important much as an endorsement of Secretary of State Rusk although that in itself is inter esting enough It was import ant because Sen Hickenlooper is unquestionably on his way to becoming the indispensable Republican senator in the ad ministrations foreign policy designs the Arthur Vanden berg if you will of the Ken nedy administration Talking about Rusk Sen Hickenlooper told the Senate that he had never seen a more able vigorous patient con sistent and statesmanlike ap proach to the issues involved at Punta del Este than that demonstrated by the Secretary of State Husk has a brilliance of mind and a patience which I am frank to say I could not find within myself I think I would have blown my stack several times a day if I had had to endure the disquieting and irritating things which he en dured with tremendous patience and kindness and yet with com plete vigor and firmness Hickenlooper of course was there at Punta del Este as part of the small bi partisan delega tion of Congressional advisers The Democrats were wise to send him there Sen Fiilbrigbt the chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee was wise to have suggested to Kennedy at dinner on Feb 19 that he invite Sen Hiekenlooper to the White House for a chat before Hickenlooper left the next day for Punta del Este Hickenlooper is without ques tion the most important Repub lican on Fulbrights committee But his importance to President Kennedy goes well beyond his standing as number one Repub lican on the Foreign Relations Committee He is also senior Republican senator on the Joint Atomic Energy Committee And finally he is the chairman of the Sen ate Republican Policy Com mittee From these three van tage points the Senator from the onetime bastion of isola tionism is in a fair way to mak ing or breaking Republican sup port for the President in almost any foreign policy enterprise you care to name As it happens Sen Hicken looper has no thought today of obstructing a single one of the Presidents foreign policies He disagrees on many details but on no fundamentals During the whole first year of the Kennedy administration the serious partisan disputes over foreign policy could be wrapped up together and dropped into a thimble Debate there has been of course de Pholofax ASTROBABE One of the many John Glenns born in the nation Tuesday is John Glenn Tinsley shown in the arras of his parents Marine Capt and Mrs Dale Tmsley Cherry Point NC He was born at the Marine Corps station hospital a minute be fore his namesake lifted off on his historic space flight bate over atmospheric testin0 over doing business with the Soviet Union over Castro and Cuba over possible intervention in Southeast Asia over the UN military operation in the Congo and so on But not one of these including the Congo dispute has yet become the kind of hot parties into real political con S2S sf ft iSarssrsi E affic up noon A P Christensen fiict others still beneath the horizon war And for just this reason the senator from Iowa becomes influence to the country the Administration N ews in a utshell next CAPE CANAVERAL engineers jubi lant over John Glenns space flight began to ready Pad 14 for Ameri cas next manned orbital attempt in 60 to 90 days Pad 14 was the blastoff point for Glenns historic triple circuit of the earth Tagged to follow on an other threeorbit trip is Air Force Maj Donald K Deke Slayton Sparta Wis who turns 38 on March 1 Cant relax NEW CONCORD Ohio stronaut John Glenns parents said they were finding it difficult to relax with all of the attention being showered on them and this com munity telephone has been ringing all morning Mrs John H Glenn said Telegrams have been coming in from all over the coun try Girl released LEOPOLDVILLE Congo Thring 22 was released from custody by a Con golese court She had been held in connection with the investigation into the slaying of a US assistant military at tache Red jets seen BERLIN Soviet fighter planes appeared in1 the Berlin air corri dors again but refrained fromha r a s s iri g acro batics around western aircraft 9 inches already in some spots Many roads are blocked The second major storm in three days borne on an east wine which mocked highway fences in many areas dumped up to nine inches of new snow 01 Iowa Wednesday At least three more inches were forecast The storm claimed at least two lives Several hundred schools and scores of factories and business places were dosed Buses ran late or not at all Traffic slowed tb a crawl Abandoned cars and trucks studded many roads A 15 mileperhoor wind caused drifting and blocked highways and secondary roads over a wide area Polk County plows were callec in at midnight because they coulc not cope with the windblown snow Forty plows went into operation in Des Momes and vicinity at mid night I At least two plows Mere aban doned in Sioux City one of the hardest hit sections City buses and taxis were off the streets there during the night Sioux City received seven inch es of newlsnow giving it a total of 17 inches Residents stockpiled ood Tuesday when the Weather Bureau of the approach mg storm Heres a capsule look at new snow and total snow on the groum in various cities in the state Wednesday morning Spencer 929 Mason City 427 Des Moines 812 Council Bluffs 89 Burlington 610 Ottumwa 4 9 Dubuque 117 Davenport 38 Ce dar Rapids 519 The fresh snow followed close on the heels of a big storm last weekend which plastered north ern Iowa with up to 24 inches Northwest Iowa again was pected to bear the brunt of the new snowfall third of major pro portions in the state this winter A storm Dec 22 left 13 inches in its wake in the Des Momes area and crippled the city for a time Considerable oneway traffic was reported in the Marshalltown area where plow crews worked hrough the night in an effort to ceep roads open The east wind created addition al drifting problems because snow ences along most Iowa highway are set up toprotect roads from winds out of the north and west The forecast called for the snow 0 diminish Wednesday night with he mercury dropping to near zero n the north to 15 above in the south On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 1011 Clear Lake News 2021 2324 North Iowa News 27 Comics v 30 Latest Markets 36 Mason City News 3637 Transit Schedule 42 Few troubles on main roads in North Iowa Schools with rural attendance generally were closed througout the Mason City area as school buses stayed in their garages Many rural roads were impass able with the combination of the weekend storm and the new 4 to 5inch snow Primary highways throughout the district from Estherville to the Mississippi River across commission said light fast vuniiiuoauju aaiu iigni lasi containsthe seed of partisan trucks were able to keep up AnH iitefr 4In c with the snow There should be no difficulty UC IIU UillHJUlW figure of immense potential on primary roads he said un t f All Cerro Gordo County plows were out and roads were pass able except in the area from Clear Lakes south shore south ward through the Thornton area Ozark Air Lines Inc report ed flights about on time at Ma son City Wednesday The plane for Chicago left Wednesday morning about 10 minutes late The incoming plane from Chi cago was 15 minutes late The plane from Omaha was 45 min utes late Ozark expected remaining flights about on time and the field to he kept open The Wa terloo field was closed at 9 am Wednesday and less the wind quickens and drifti Jefferson Transportation Co ting becomes worse There is i reported all buses operating TrJi o A ucn ticn Vandenberg 15 years loose blowing snow on the roads ago was the indispensable Re publican to Truman throughout the district now he added about on limeThe morning bus from Minneapolis arrived in Ma son City 15 minutes Sale COLDER fcears jbrunf sform More snow up Honors for G led by President North Iowa Heavy snow di mihishing Wednesday nigh and ending noon Mostly cloudy and cold er Wednesday night and Thursday Low s Wednesdaj night zero to 5 above High Thursday 1015 Iowa Mostly cloudy Wednesday night and Thursday with oc casional light show graduaUj diminishing and ending mos sections by Thursday after noon Colder Wednesday night lows zero to 5 above north to near 15 south Highs Thurs day 10 15 northeast to the 20s southwest Further outlook Mostly cloudy with occasiona snow flurries and continued cold Minnesota Cloudy locally cold er diminishing snow High Thursday around 15 Fiveday IowaTemperatures will average 5 to 10 degrees below normal Thursday through Monday It will remain con tinued unseasonably cold with only minor daily temperature changes Normal lows are from 10 to 17 north to near 20 south Normal highs are in the 30s Precipitation will average 50 to 75 of an inch and locally more than one inch m occasiona snow or rain during the period Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 a m Wednesday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation 16 12 16 27 VA IN snow House OKs billion debt ceiling boost1 WASHINGTON WVThe House las approved and sent io the Senate a temporary bifiion in crease in the national debt hm t The vote was 251 to 144 The increase will boost the tempo rary limit to S300 billion The Treasury plans to ask for an additional increase by June 30 ENTERS POLITICS LOS ANGELES ory Pappy Boyington author and World War n air ace an nounced plans to enter the polit car wars Boynton a mis fle consulting engineer said he would seek the Democratic nomination for Congress in the 10th District SAME GLENN CHECKS HIS Atechnician inside the capsufe Ppokes Astronaut John Glenn checks his space through escape hatch capsule aboard the Destroyer Noa after throughwhich Glenn emerged from his his three orbit flight around the earth space vehicle Nikito laudatory wants space pcipl MOSCOW Premier Khrushchev congratulated Ameri ca Wednesday on Lt Col John H llenn Jrs orbital flight and sug testedthat the UnitedStatesand the Soviet Union pool their re sources to explore outer space He made his proposal in a mes lageto President Kennedy quot ed by the official Soviet news agency Tass Western observers said the Umishchev suggestion on fu ure space ventures was strict y a JS had made several such iestures in the past with no esponse Khrushchev said such a joint ffort would be very beneficial o the advance of science and vould be acclaimed By all peo ples who would like to see scien and not be used for cold war purposes and the arms Tass quoted Khrushchev as say ing I should like tohope that thegeniusof manwho penetrat Sports bulletin The Newman High School bas ketball game scheduled for Wednesday night at Britt has been postponed until Friday due to the weather f BLOOD TEST LOS ANGELES W Come dian George Jessel 63 will sub mit to bloodgroup tests for use in the paternity suit against him Jessel is being sued by actress Joan Tyler 27 She is demand ing he support her daughter ed the depth of the universe wil be find ajroadt6 ari en during peace andto ensure pros perity to all peoples on our planet earth which in the space age thoughit does not so large is still dear The Soviet leaders message was followed by congratulations from Yuri Gagarin the first man to circle the earth in space anc Ghermari Titov whose 17 orbits mark mans longest stay in space Congratulations poured in from around the world The Japanese were especially enthusiastic say ing the United States deserved greater praise than the Rus sians because the US publicized every phase of itfrom the prepa rations leading to the launching to the completion when the astro naut was picked up from TOO MUCH SNOW An aluminum awning cover day when it dropped in front of Moellers clothimr mer two stnrp fvnnfc rioai T oirac TUV j H UIIl iuueuei b cioimn ing two store fronts on Clear LakesMain Street lies on the sidewalk after it collapsed under the weight of snow No one was under it in midforenoon Wednes store and the store which formerly housed the Ward furniture store Approximately 16 inches of snow have fallen in four days Parade set at capital JFK to fly to Cape CAPE CANAVERAL Fla AP John H Glenn Jr relaxing after his fantastic space vpyage Wednesday began to tell sxperts about the roundtheworld rip and prepared to receive the nations thanks from President Kennedy Friday The President planned to come o Cape Canaveral to greet Amer cas first orbiting space pilot on lis return here from his post Qight isolation on Grand Turk slarid in the Bahamas Kennedy arranged to take with um to Cape Canaveral the fam ily of Glenn including his par ents and his wifes parents Monday morning the astronaut will fly from Canaveral Beach and join the President again for a triumphal flight into Washington They will land at Andrews Air Force Base just outside thecapital and go to the White House by helicopter Press Secretary Pierre SaJinger aid Glenn and Kennedy will talk iriefly in the Presidents office it about noon Vice President Lyn on B Johnson will escort the lations ranking space man in a larade to Capitol Hill where the astronaut will be greeted by members oE Congress Kennedy millions of Glenns countrymen and millions more around the globe hailed the new conqueror of the cosmos who Tuesday whipped three times around the world in 4 hours 5fi minutes in his twoton Friendship spacecraft Glenn was flown to a special lospital on Grand Turk late Tues ay after he had been recovered y the US destroyer Noa 22 minutes after his capsule had plashed into the Atlantic Ocean 66 miles from the island f Preliminary examina t i o n s how no signs of physiological hange John is in excellent ondition said Lt Col John Powers Glenn the nations newesf ero rose at am after be ng kept busy in physical check p and balance tests and other bservations until almost 1 am t which time he had been up early 24 hours Dr Ashton Graybiel a Navy hysician from Pensacola Fla ut Glenn through the balance nd disorientation tests which had devised He indicated Glenns per ormance was almost identical vith that before flight said Bowers Graybiel feels Glenns ense of balance has not been ffected t Glenns program includes a lorough examination of vision rain and nerve gain for comparison with his reflight the start f the full debriefing by engi eers Unlike Russian astronaut Ti ov who flew around the world 7 times in 25 hours and 18 min tes last Aug 67 Glenn suf ered none of the discomforts have given the language new The Friendship 7 spacecraft ras brought to Grand Turk by he destroyer Noa then flown o Cape Canaveral Fta for in pection by specialists Powers aid it appeared outwardly to be the same condition as the apsule which orbited the chim jpanzce Enos in December 1 What the astronaut tells the doctors scientists technicians and engineers at Grand Turk and in weeks of briefings lo follow will help shape the future course of this nations space program   

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