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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 22, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for ON CITY GLOBE The VOL 102 Associated Press and United Press International Full Lease Wires newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors HOME EDITION MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY MARCH 22 1962 10c Paper Consists or Two One No 36 No photos in press building JFK wants his privacy By MERRIMAN SMITH WASHINGTON stairs at he White House Guardians of he new frontier like to believe that never be fore in relatively modern Amer ican government hasthere been such freedom of information and such untrammelled access to news Sometimes this is a matter of viewpoint The other night President Kennedy slipped out of the White House to go to a private party When he reached the building where the festivities were in progress his Secret Service protectors viewed with disapproval the waiting pre tence of two press association photographers No pictures decreed one of the agents This is private And where was this private anctuary where lensmen of the fourth estate were forbidden to piy their trade The public streetlevel lobby the National Press building structure largely occupied by men and women to whom news gathering and interpretation is fiot only a trade but a way of life And speaking of news the United States Information Agency USIA currently plans to send two reporters to Cali fornia with President Kennedy for written news distrib uted by the government over seas the other to do broadcasts for the Voice of America Although the President has at the Uni Van denberg Air Force Base it would be interesting to know what USIA and VOA have to say to the people of the Congo about the Presidents two days in Palm Springs land of the threecar garage and heated swimming pools Another journalistic mile stone 0 Roy Chalk wants access to the Presidents news confer ences Chalk is the Washington and New York Transit Company as well as a real estate financier His Transportation Corp of America recently purchased El Diario De Nucva York a large Spanishlanguage n e w s p aper published in New York The editor Stanley Ross wrote the White House asking that Chalk be given credentials as a Washington correspondent with the right to attend Ken nedy press conferences and ask questions Chalks editor also applied for accreditation to the press gal leries of Congress The chances of Chalk receiv ing a coveted White House press pass would seem o be a bit remote since recipients must first be cleared by the congres sional galleries which insist that more than onehalf of the re porters earned income come from his reporting job This however could be the start of something big Wouldnt it be interesting if Jimmy Hoffa George Romney Eddie Fisher Henry Ford II Mort Sahl and Toots Shor all brought newspapers and turned up at Kennedys news conferences firing questions and dropping little comments along the way Ik Preparation of script and cast for the movie version of PT 109 the story of President Kennedys World War II naval experiences has run into de lays The White House has re quested or suggested certain script changes and is having something to say about casting n Something this year the President will have some new helicopters at his disposal The new whirlybirds will have double engines and double rotor s thus increasing the safety factor considerably These however will be more or less interim aircraft because eventually he will be flown on short hauls by a turbojet vertical lift plane which will provide not only added safety but much more speed His current helicopters are singleengine jobs HORSEPLAY IN S Rep Ben Jensen in clinch with former heavyweight boxing cham pion Jack Dempsey represents Iowas 7th District in Congress They squared Photofax away on the steps of the Capitol in Washington when Dempsey was in Washington to attend a luncheon given for the secretary of defense and the joint chiefs of staff Air Force unit turning out fighter pilots in Viet Nam NHA TRANG South Viet Nam small US Air Force unit in this picturesque beach resort is turning out Vietnamese fighter pilots a r training program aimed at stemming the Commu nist tide in South VietNam If the Vietnamese had enough fighters and the pilots to fly them they could blast the Communist guerrillas out of the countryside says Maj Paid J Mercier of Scottsdale Ariz senior Air Force adviser here We are doing our best to fill that need And I dont think you could find a training program in clocked 1000 hours of training the United States that could time Six of the first class of 25 match our pace Vietnamese air force pilots art The lazy air of Nha Trang now combatready and Mercie famed for one of the finest stretches of beach in Asia is shat tered from dawn till dusk by the roar of T28 fighter planes practic ing divebombing strafing and napalm attacks The program started less than three months ago after President Kennedy ordered a major US military buildup in Viet Nam Herders group of four US Air Force flying instructors has The weather North Iowa Partly cloudy to cloudy through Friday with little change in temperature Lows Thursday night 2025 Highs Friday in upper 30s Iowa Partly cloudy to cloudy through Friday with little change in temperature Lows Thursday night near 20 north to near 30 south Highs Fri day 30s northeast to 40s south west Further day partly cloudy and slightly warmer Minnesota Variable cloudiness scattered showers Highs Fri day around 40 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Thursday 38 12 22 Maximum Minimum At 8 am Sunrise Sunset says his school turning oil 10 to 12 cbrhoat pilots a mont by summer The Vietnamese air force to train 610 combat pilots a year This is a real fighting squad know theres a war on said Capt Donal Whicker of Des MoinesIowa Merciers executive officer Theyve even knocked off their siesta and come back to work al 2 pm Despite the life and death slrug gle that grips this wartorn land most everybody else in South Viet Nam still observes the threehour siesta accepted throughout part of the world At full strength the 2nd Fighter Squadron one of two fighter squadrons in South Viet Nam wil have 40 pilots and 30 T28s YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 36 31 News in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Southern talkathon fought WASHINGTON Senate Democratic leader Mike Mansfield threatened the Senate with night and Saturday sessions in an effort to wear down a south ern talkathon against antipoll tax legislation plane is missing PORTLAND Navy patrol bomber with 10 reservists aboard is missing in stormy a flight between Washington state andCalifornia Princess Grace not broke MONTE CARLO Monaco Grace of Monaco announced the proceeds of her comeback film will be donated entirely to a chanty foundation for needy children and promising young athletes of this tiny country The princess academyaward actress Grace Kelly issued the announcement ill re ply to speculation that she was going back to work because she and Prince Rainier needed the money Jewelry store looted NEWARK N J Three stockingmasked gunmen smashed through the front door of a down town jewelry store and escaped with diamonds valued at up to half a million dollars Jackie is getting weary LAHORE Kennedy tired by her nonstop whirl of India and Pakistan can celled three of her engagements but attended a civic reception at the fabled Gardens of Shalimar The 32yearold first lady lovely in a lemoncolored gown was beginning to show traces of weariness World War H fighter bomber type of guerrilla warfare accord ing to American instructors here This country is hours long and 20 minutes wide said Whick T28 The T28 has two 50 caliber ma r Geneva deadlock only worsening Strikes plague Algiers Action by secret army ALGIERS AP A general trike by European workers dem onstrating their resistance to Al gerian independence shut down practically all activity in Algiers Thursday Railroad service plane traffic and city transportation halted Water gas and electric supplies were cut Garages and filling sta ions refused to sell gasoline Shops closed at noon when the order for the strike was issued No time limit was set on the valkout Employes of the air terminal Bounded traffic by demanding hat passengers produce passes Yom the European Secret Army Drganization which is fighting to teep Algeria French Labor unions gave the strike order in protest against the arrest Wednesday night of the secretary general of the Railway Union Fed eration But the movement ap peared to be part of the secret army campaign to paralyze eco riorriic activity Business conditions were jus beginning to return to normal af ter a general strike Mon day protesting the ceasefire be tween the French army and the Algerian nationalists which wenl into effect that day A secret army broadcast in Oran called for a twohour strike there tonight also The strike movement developed as the French army and police appeared to be putting up firm opposition to the European ex tremists seeking to wreck the ceasefire The secret army gave an ulti matum to government forces to clear out of Bab el Oued a work ers quarter in Algiers where trou ble is frequent by noon or be considered as occupation troops But the government forces stayed The T28 a highly maneuverable put French gendarmes and secret commandos battled openly for two hours in Oran Wednesday Throughout Wednesday night luropeans fired from balconies er Its just the right size for a and windows on French army pa t 1 1 1 rols cruising Algiers deserted streets Terrorist attacks account v uu IHQ Ull chine guns and can carry 1400 erf fr two Moslems dead and four pounds of bombs Mail carrier dies as result of car crash NEW Brorby 67 a rural mail carrier died at a Rochester hospital Wed nesday of injuries resulting from a twocar crash last Thursday Brorby who was delivering mail on his route was struck as he turned off Highway 24 miles east of New Hampton Thej driver of the other car Charles Pecinovsky Protivin was not in jured I Brorby had been a mail car rier here 48 years the last 10 as a rural carrier He is sur vived by his wife his mother Mrs Paul Brorby Minneapolis two daughters Mrs James Wes ner Minneapolis and Sally New Hampton Funeral services will be Fri day at am at St Josephs Catholic Church with burial in St Marys Cemetery 16 MINERS KILLED BURNLEY England A big cloud of dust ignited and exploded Thursday in the Haplon Valley coal mine outside this midlands town while 200 miners were underground An official statement said 16 men wore killed and 30 injured ivounded VERONICA IN 1940s Veronica Lake7 43 VERONICA TODAY Once screen siren now shes waitress ROM OUR WIRE SERVICES NEW Lake whose peekaboo hair style made her a favorite pinup to thousands of lonely GIs in World War II now is living a life that vaguely resembles many of the roles she once por trayed on movie screens The 43yearoid blonde has been discovered working for meals and tips in the bar and Testaurant of a modestrwpmr ens hoteLpnManhattans East Side Ever since word leaked out that the former glamor queen was waiting on tables offers have poured in from the enter tainment world urging her to try a comeback There were telephone calls offering her a engage ment in Las Vegas a part in an offBroadway play a role in a 20th Century Fox movie and a chance to appear on tele vision in Naked City All of them were refused The sudden rush of renewed publicity caught Veronica off guard She had it seems be come accustomed to the obscur ity that had fallen upon her in recent years In many of her films which now often are shown on tele vision Veronica played women who are down on their luck And that is an apt description of her own life three times the former actress readily admits she has her difficulties Imnot she sak must pay in ad Vance here Veronica lives in a a day room in the 14story hotel where she works Her boss said Veronica make to a day in tips as parttime waitress and hostess She started to be pretty helpful around the place serv ing customers three weeks after she moved in last November said the restaurant owner Joe Rauti She loves this She never felt happier Shes not hounded she speaks her mind nobody bothers her She uses crutches to sup port an ankle set 14 times in the two years since a fellow she was dating fell on it SAME Iowa Safctj Department Figures Black Flag Means Traffic Death In Past CJ Hours Erbe to make more flood inspections DBS MOINES Gov Nor man Erbe said Thursday he plan to visit several Iowa cities nex week to look over theiremergen cy flood preparations Erbe who completed a floo survey of the Sioux City are Wednesday said he will visit son City Cedar Rapids Waterloo Cedar Falls Charles City Mar shalltown and Ottumwa MalonTSeN his t his the Atest treaty fading A revolt by small nations BULLETIN GENEVA The Soviet Un ion proposed Thursday that ac ess routes to West Berlin ba turned over to the Communist East Germans who would con rol them under the supervision of an international authority an American source said The United States rejected this ap proach GENEVA AP Frustrated mall nations revolted briefly hursday against the big power talemate at the Geneva disarm ment conference and served no ce they intend to takea hand n trying to break the deadlock However the deadlock deepened lecause the United States Britain and the Soviet Union failed com iletely to find any basis on which hey could agree to negotiate for nuclear weapons test ban reaty According to high delegation sources the Western leaders here are taking the view that you never can tell with the Russians There was a twohour and 40 minute meeting of delegations of the three atomic powers this af ternoon to discuss a test ban Sir Michael Wright of Britain then told reporters We shall re sort to the 17nation conference that we have reached no agree ment Soviet Delegate Semyon Tsar apkin said We have reached a complete stalemate We have ound it impossible to agree A formal session of the full con erence had produced the brief but potentially significant revolt of the small nations Sparked by a move by British Foreign Secre ary Lord Home it seemed to be directed chiefly against Russia which the smaller Western Allies articularly consider responsible or the stalemate US Secretary of State Dean iusk and Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei A Gromyko are cochair men of the conference with re iponsibility for planning its work Manuel Telio of Mexico the presiding officer announced this morning the cochairmen had fail id to agree on how to organize the ivork and suggested that there be no meeting of the 17 this after noon In effect they were asking more time to dicker At that point informants fater reported Lord Home said sharply Lets get dn with it This bid or an afternoon meeting con rary to the recommendation of he conference leaders was im mediately supported by Italy and Canada Like Britain they are close US allies and would prob ably not have acted without some word to Rusk about their plans Diplomats who were informed on the closed meeting said that he brief discussion by Foreign Secretary Howard C Green of Canada and Carlo Russo Italian mdersecretary of state was bhint y to the point of big power failure and insisted on action by the rest of the conference membership Tello then ordered the informal afternoon meeting saying that was the sense of the conference On the nuclear test breakdown Tsarapkin said on leaving the meeting atthe Palace of Nations that no agreement is possible ex cept on the basis of national con trol Any kind of international con trol is out of the question he I asserted Or the Inside Editorials Page 4 Comics North Iowa News 8 Society News KMM213 Sports A left the remains of the decorations fred N Yvvn M f K fiecl N Y wades through a sea of bal from a college dance Latest Markets 18 Mason City News 1809 Clear Lake News 2021   

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