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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 2, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for Horn G VOL 102 Associated Press United InternatlonaJ Full Wires The newspaper that makes a 11 N or t h lo w a n s neighbors HOME EBITION Symbol sought by the GOP Quest is on for spokesman By EARL MAZO New York Herald Tribune News Service WASHINGTON Many of the nations foremost Republicans have been agreeing for months privately about the sore need for a representative leadership group to speak for and sym bolize the Republican party Meetings have been held ideas f o r m u 1 a t e d tables pounded but nothing tangible has happened yet The roadblock isin Congress It is not unusual for a partys congressional leaders to visu alize themselves as THE party and therefore no surprise that chieftains of the Republican minority balk at the very thought of outsiders poach ing on what they view as their prerogative to speak and act for the party Of course making the partys record in Congress is for bet ter or worse their responsbil ity But notwithstanding the im portance of Congressmen there is vastly more to the toplayer leadership of a political party even one out of power than its contingent on Capitol Hill The shepherds of the Repub lican minority can claim the right to represent onlya seg ment of the party membership segment that is relatively smaller even than its under sized flock of Senators and House members Certainly they cannot speak for the 16 Republican governors hundreds of Republican sheriffs and other state and local officeholders the party organizations from national to pfecfncTlevels or private nont officeholding Republican fig ures like former Presidents Eisenhower and Hoover former MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY MARCH 2 T962 7c a Paper Consists ot Two SectionsSection No 19 DIPLOMATIC SERVICE Howard P Jones U S ambassador to Indonesia arrives at his office in Jakarta cour tesy of motorcycle rider Henk Masengi all happened when Jones emerged j Ap Photofax irom a diplomatic meeting and found his car bogged down in flood waters caused by heavy rains Masengi an acquaintance gave him a lift to the U S embassy US to start Atests in the air next month Vice President forth Nixon and so And what of Congress itself Ten states have no Repub licans in either house fourteen more have no Senators and three others no House mem bers All told 27 states or more than half the country have little or no representation in the Con gressional minority commanded by Sen Everett McKinley Dirk WASHINGTON The United States will resume testing nuclear weapons in the atmosphere next month unless the Soviet1 Union agrees quickly to a reliable nu dear test ban The longawaited announcement of the Presidents decision on new US air tests will be carried across the nation by network ra dio and television and to the world by the Voice of America Five states to form development council WASHINGTON of five states took preliminary steps Thursday night to set up a midAmerica industrial develop ment council Formation of the council was recommended by vv AVI ill C U ll IV sen the Senate leader and Rep Govs John 5 Charles A Halleck his Buford counterpart who have been pernessec Franl forming almost weekly before Nebraska Norman A Erbe of press and public as the voiceilowa and Jonn Anderson Jr of Dalton of Mis Ellington of Ten nessee Frank B Morrison of The White House announcedjministers meeting with the Soviet only that Kennedy will speak at at which the nuclear tests The in and of the Republican party appearances are billed formally as The Ev Charlie Show Republicans have reasons to be grateful to Ev and Charlie for their tireless con scientious and usually effec tive direction of the partys con gressional affairs They are authentic spokesmen for their respective domains But the national parly is badly in want of a more repre sentative policy leadership and a more appealing public relations front The Democrats had a some what similar problem a hah dozen years ago After Adlai Stevensons defeat for President in 1956 a boardbased Demo cratic Advisory Council was created to function as the voice of the national party A main objective was to keep the mostlySouthern leadership in Congress from being projected as the image of the national party This bold venture caused great controve rsy Congressional moguls jealous of their claimed prerogatives to be THE party kicked and fussed But the council which in cluded former President Tru man Stevenson govern ors mayors party leaders from every section and also Con gressmen held firm and pro spered And so also did the Democratic party After Sen Kennedy a council member was elected president most of its membership which by then had become a sort of shadow cabinet was taken into the new administration Many ranking Republicans believe it is essential now for their party to have an organ ization somewhat like the Demo cratic council as the recognized policy maker and spokesman for Republicans nationally Kansas 6 pm Central Standard Time on the subject of nuclear testing and disarmament accord ing to reliable advance indications he will make a lastchancebid to the Soviet Union to join in a nu clear test ban treaty backed by strong international inspection which could make further testing unnecessary Authoritative informants safe that barring some radical and un expected change in the nuclear test situation Kennedy was re solved to go ahead with the test series for which preparations be jan about two months ago These informants declared how ever that the tests would not start until April In the meantime the disarmament negotiations are scheduled to get under way at Geneva on March 14 and the United States and Britain are seeking a preliminary foreign News in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES ers at Geneva iate last year called for national inspection sys ems which the United States and 3ritain denounced self inspection Kennedy has said that the Sov SERVICES Spacemen visit U N NEW YORK Astronaut John Glenn entered the world of diplomacy as he and his fellow astro nauts took a short ride to the United Nations for a quiet reception at the invitation of acting secretary general Thant Saturday Glenn gets a big reception from his home town of New Concord Ohio U2 plane is missing EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE Calif A U2 plane the same type that went down in the Soviet Union two years ago was long overdue on a training mission and presumed down somewhere in the desert A break for reservists WASHINGTON The Defense Department an nounced that early releases will be granted an esti mated 3100 military reservists on active duty who wish to study oiteach in schools and colleges The re leases can be obtained up to 90 days before the end of the oneTyear term for which reservists were called up last October Bomb threat on Flight 1 NEW YORK American Airliries Friday can celled Flight 1 to Los the same flight that crashed because of a telephoned bomb threat A Civil Aeronautics Board spokesman said FBI agents were summoned immediately to try to locate the caller and the aircraft itself taxied into a hangar where police searched the plane and found no bomb of major Soviet gains in nuclear erecay recon ropons if the Soviet Union holds structed the accident in this way S ieS Shortly after Adenauer recalls envoy BONN Chancellor Konrad Adenauer has instructed his Moscow ambassador Hans Kroll to return immediately and explain reports alleging that he proposed Western recognition of the Oder Neisse line It was the second time in four months that Kroll been in difficulty with the govern ment Burma again has new government Airliner tragedy probed Recorder is sought NEW YORK of emergency workers struggled in icy water and biting winds Friday to recover bodies of Thursdays air crash victims They also searched the wreckage for an in strumfent which might show what caused the AmericanAirlines jet to plunge to disaster killing all 97 aboard Fiftythree bodies have been taken from the shallow waters of Jamaica Bay The instrument sought by air experts is a metal globe about the size of a basketball The device is an automatic flight recorder It seeps a secondbysecond record af a planes speed altitude direc tion and gravity forces By a careful study investigators might be able to ascertain wheth er it was man or machine which failed FAA Administrator Najeeb Ha laby who flew here along with half a dozetf air safety specialists from the Civil Aeronautics Board emphasized there was no indica tion of vtoat might have gone issue would be discussed From the timing ofthese devel opments it is obvious authorities said that there is still ty to agreequickly on a nuclear test ban treaty but such agree ment would require a reversal in Soviet policy on the inspection issue Officials expected that Kennedy emphasize this opportunity in his broadcast address and per hapsin other ways urge Soviet Premier Khrushchev to reconsid er his position and tackle anew the problem of test ban negotia tions the heart of the issue is that he United States and Britain as sert any acceptable test ban reaty must provide an interna tional inspection system to pre vent cheating M he last Soviet pro posal made to the Western powsteermS and braking are used on PRINCIPALS IN MILITARY COUPBurmesTDe fense Chief Gen Ne Win seized power for the second time in three and onehalf years as the Bur mese Army took over the country Prime Minister U Nu and members of his cabinet were placed under arrest Total weight was under the al lowable limit and none of the four jets had been run over the allowable time Halaby said When the plane arrived here from Tulsa Okla Wednesday the crew had fSported some trouble the radioand cabin pressure system but this was corrected Halaby said a checkback on the previous 10 pages in the jets log 30ok disclosed no uncorrected de fects and thus far there has been no indication of malfunctioning The guesses on what caused the uncontrolled dive ranged from hydraulic boost failure on mod ern planes controls are moved by North fowa Fair to partly cloudy hydraulic fluid just as power Confetti deluge weighed Glenns best by test NEW YORK UPI Paper is the bizarre barometer by which they measure hero worship along the Canyon of Heroes and in terms of sheer volume John Glenn surpassed them all The astronaut broke all existing records No hero from the past who preceded him in the triumphant journey up ticker tape alley was showered with as much confetti and scraps of lost plain paper as was Glenn in Thursdays parade witnessed by four million persons The citys sanitation department the final voice of au thority m such proclaimed him the winner and new champion ThursdaV nShf the department already had hauled in 3474 scrap paper and harried officials predicted they willbe collecting more for severahdays r UTLC f9Ure is certan double the 1750 tons of con fett hurled at Charles Lindbergh and already has eclipsed the previous singleday record of 3249 tons tossed on Gen Douglas MacArthur im 1951 when he returned from Korea The endof World War II in 7945 touched off ing flurry that dumped 5438tonson city streets but that was over a twodaiy period automobiles to malfunction of the autopilot The CAB flatly refused to spec as unreliable uiate but one veteran American Airlines 707 captain theorized that autopilot system This pilot theoretically recon was conducted in Nevada on Oct 30 1958 Kennedy wants his atmospheric est announcement out of the way rtell before the March 14 disarma ment conference Kennedy has promised publicly that no tests will be conducted at Christmas Is and made available by the Brit sh before the Geneva conference opens This pledge lot preclude apparently would lowyield above ground test shots at the Nevada noving grounds at any time The British fired their first under iround test explosion in Nevada Thursday INFLATIONARY TIMES TOKYO tfVThe Japanese fe nale is developing a v bigger Histline According to Health Ministry statistics the average chest circumference for the 18 female in 1902 was 312 nchcs By 3912 it was 314 inch es and in the mid1920s 316 nchcs Since 1955 it has ex panded to 326 inches SAME DATEWT80 found the tail of the 707 yawing swinging from side to side in the brisk wind To stop the yawing he turned on the rudder yaw damp device which is part of the autopilot system The auto pilot usually is not engaged until a plane is well airborne but it is possible to activate the yaw damp er without engaging the rest of the system If the autopilot malfunctioned at this moment other words somehow becoming engaged along with the yaw rudder may have become locked in a hard left turn from which it was impossible to recover On the inside Editorials Page 4 CubGazette 5 Mason City News 67 Latest Markets 7 North Iowa News 8 Sports910 Society News 1314 Clear Lake News 14 Comics 15 Transit Schedule 16 TV Guide Pullouf Section PRINCE GROWING UP LONDON Charles the schoolboy heir to Britains throne has taken a small step toward joining adult company He attended his first palace luncheon party given by his mother Queen Elizabeth II Charles sat in for his father Prince Philip away South GiobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Friday Maximum o Minimum 22 At 8 am 7 YEAR AGO Maximum 44 Minimum 33 Friday night lows zero to 10 above Mostly cloudy Saturday with chance of light snow near northern border warmer highs in 20s Iowa Mostly fair Friday night lows 515 Partly cloudy and warmer Saturday highs in the 30s ries Warmer in 30s flur Highs Saturday Producers Association at its an nual meeting here The association announced that Jerry Gault 24 Britt received an award given annually to an outstanding senior in agronomy James D Prendergast 20 Port Dodge a junior in civil engineer ing received the first scholarship Robert R Welp Fort Dodge was elected president Ray Cook Jr vice president and Robert L Miller Des Moines executive secretary Newlyelected members of the board of directors are Robert Coonradt St Ansgar Ralph Kin cad Marion Richard E Sargent Des Moines and John Schildberg Greenfield Premier arrest Army back in control RANGOON Burma mas defense chief Gen Ne Win eized power Friday for the sec ond time in 3 years as the Bur mese army took over the country n a bloodless coup that caused no excitement Prime Minister U Nu and other members of his government were placed under arrest and the na tions Parliament suspended as he army seized strategic commu nications transportation and se curity points throughout the coun ry The coup caught U S diplo mats by surprise and officials were reluctant to assess its im plications without more infor mation But the initial reaction was that the overthrow ap peared based on internal poli tics and would not effect Bur mas neutral role in internation al affairs An army source said about 10000 troops and 30 tanks took up posts at key points throughout the capital and blocked all main roads leading in and out of Rang oonHeavily armed troops backed by tanks ringed Rangoon Airport Allflights in and out of Burma were canceled In Rangoon howeverthere were no troops on the streets and city dwellers went about their busi ness seemingly unperturbed by he events A large concentration of soldiers took station at the cen ral police station in the heart of the city and smaller concentra ions were seen at all other po lice stations Win declared in a radio broad cast appealing for calm that the army had acted to halt a vastly deteriorating situation and to save the nation from disintegration What motivated the staunchly Britt youth among winners of Iowa Limestone awards DES MOINES UPDTwo Iowa State University students were each awarded scholarships itoiauiiiiuy Thursday by the Iowa Limestone generals action was not immediately clear But the coup coincided with opposition to a government plan Burmas private and a rise in to nationalize import trade strength of theextreme leftwing of the countrys ruling party The nationalization plan had been scheduled to go into force Thursday The government had claimed that foreign interests were gaining a stranglehold on the nations economy and that many Burmese firms had been transferring their import licenses to foreign companies The 2500 private traders af fected by the nationalization and a number of politicians fought DISCUSSING GRAIN Among participants in the second an touring nual North Iowa Agricultural Institute are left to right Sen Jack Miller JR la Glenn Pogeler chairman agricul tural committee of the Mason City Chamber of Commerce and State Sen Leigh Cmran RCerro Gordo County   

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