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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 23, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowis Daily Newspaper Edited for the VOL 102 T h e n e w s p a p e r Associated Press and United Press International Full Lease Wires i CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION that makes all North I o wans MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY MARCH 23 1962 neighbors 10c a Paper Consists of Two SectionsSection Ono No 37 1 A phony in j war over I the RS70 JFK holds the key By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTON As Intel lectually convinced as Rep Carl Vinson DGa and Secre tary of Defense Robert S Me Namara may be of the right ness of their own positions there are certain threedollar bill aspects of the debate be tween the House Armed Serv ices Committee and the Peata gon over the RS70 airplane once known as the B70 Chairman Vinson says Con gress has no desire to run the Defense Department and that he just wants to sit at the table and get across the idea occasionally Yet his com mitteesreport stipulates that the Secretary of the Air Force isdirected ordered mandated and required to utilize to the full amount all the money Congress votes for the RS70 Secretary McNamara is not going into the issue thus pre sented He simply says the RS70 will be obsolete before it is in production The President likewise has avoided a direct clash with Vinson I think that we should wait until the Congress has acted and the Appropriations com mittees have acted and then we can make a much better judgment as to what the final situation will be But it is a mat ter which I am confident or I am very hopeful can be ad justed satisfactorily1 Kennedy has said What Vinson jMcNamaraand Kennedy for vari ious reasons arc not saying is that there is no way Congress can force the Executive Branch to spend money it doesnt want to spend The Constitution gives Congress the power to raise and support but no where gives it the power to select weapons Nor docs the Defense Reorganization Act of 1958 That measure indeed gives the Secretary of Defense author ity to assign or reassign weapons systems development to one or more branches of the armed services and tightens nis authority over unified mil itary commands To give it through Congress however the Eisenhower administration had to withdraw a provision that would have had all defense ap propriated directly to the Secre tary of Defense mu in everv 1347 has voted the Defense De partment more than it was asked This has not always been spent of course Back in 1949 the Truman administration re commended that the Air Force be continued at a 48combat group level The House voted million more than had been asked for a 58group force The money was impounded and not spent Truman in 1950 canceled the first Forrestal big carrier against the wishes of Congress In 1958 Congress added some million to the budget estimate for the Polaris pro gram but only about half the increase was spent in the fol lowing year President Eisen hower also balked at spending funds appropriated to prevent reductions in strength levels of the Army and Marine Corps Numerous other examples ex tending into the Kennedy ad ministration could be cited Vinson until now has been a faithful backer of John F Ken nedy He was one of the few Southerners who voted to en large the Rules Committee last year And ironically his was the deciding vote last year in a committee decision not to ex pand the B70 program Moreover what Vinson lacks in authority he has aplenty in power and influence in fluence that the administration will sorely need when its medi care trade and other import ant programs come before the House Thats why the result in this partly phony war over the RS70 was a compromise a graceful compromise Kennedy has agreed to re study the RS70 program but at the same time making it plain he will make the final decision on the mailer DEPENDING HER daughter of a Columbia University professor plays on a rubble heap in front of the battlements of the midManhattan armory she wants the city to retain Peggy wrote city authorities not to tear down the armory to make way for a middle income housing project The building is now used to train national guardsmen and stable police horses Peggy pleaded with Manhattan borough president Edward R Dud ley not to take the armory away because we love it dearly We like to see the horses go in and out We think it is a castle 133 towns represented at polio serum clinics The VDay One clinics Tuesday in Mason City dispensed oral Sabin polio vaccine to persons frtfm 133 communities More than 100 of these communi ties are in Iowa However an initial tabulation ofthe more than 32000 application forms shows that vaccine was takenby personsfrom as far away as Jacksonville Fla SeattleWash Peoria Chicago Rockford and Oak Park III St Paul Denver Carmichael Calif Norfolk Conn and Pittsburgh Pa An additional 30000 doses will be available Sat urday to those who missed out on Tuesdays clinics Story on inside News in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Savannah starts sea trials YORKTOWN Va The worlds first ynuclear powered cargo ship the Savannah left here under atomic power to begin sea trials Aramburu gets the call BUENOS AIRES The government called on a national hero former LtGen Pedro Aramburu to step in and mediate the political crisis Aramburu was military leader of the forces which overthrew dictator Juan D Peron in 1955 and became provi sional president shortly thereafter Goes to electric chair CHICAGO Vincent Ciucci who received 12 stays of execution while confined for eight years in a Chicago jail died at am Friday in the electric chair The state contended Ciucci murdered his wife Anna 28 and their three children so he could marry another woman New IRS processing center internal Revenue Service selected Kansas City Mo for an automatic data processing center to screen income tax returns from nine midweststates Both Des Moines and Council Bluffs in Iowa had been under consideration Secret Army making its move in Algiers Another clash at Geneva Claims Russ plan Atests GENEVA AP Secretary of State Dean Rusk accused the So viet Union Friday of blocking a nuclear test ban treaty while pre sumably planning a new series of atomic weapon explosions Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei A Gromyko sharply denied the charge and blamed the United States for the failure to reach agreement on a test ban The clash came in the 17nation disarmament conference when the United States Britain and the So viet Union reported collapse of their efforts to start new negotia tions on a test ban treaty Gromyko said the United States is to blame for the failure because it has scheduled a new series of atmospheric nuclear tests and does not want a test prohibition Rusk said President Kennedy had emphasized the United States would stop all tests if the Soviet Union would sign a treaty with ef fective controls against cheating Kennedy has ordered the tests to start in late April unless such a treaty is signed Gromyko renewed the Soviet charge that the West wants to set up an espionage system He brushed aside Rusks charge of new Soviet test plans by saying it was a pretext to cover known American test plans Rusk said the Russians three to four years ago had approved sci entific plans for international in spection to police a test ban The ban is no less urgent now than it was in 1958 he said He declared the Soviet spy charge had no ra tional basis because the proposed inspection system could not be used that way Neel Hill to seek post held by H R Gross WEBSTER CITY Hill 40yearold Hamilton County farmer Friday plunged nto the 3rd District congres sional race which has been dom nated the last 14 years by Rep H R Gross Waterloo Repub ican Hill announced as a candidate or the democratic nomination rom the enlarged 3rd District o which 6 counties were added n the 1961 redistricting which rimmed Iowas congressional districts from eight to seven Hill said he had resigned from he Iowa Agricultural Stabiliza tion and Conservation Commit tee ASC and pledged to con duct a vigorous campaign from the very beginning Ultimate in anarchy Parents bow to dictators their children ages 12 9 LONDON Britons heard Friday of the ultimate in child anarchy two chil dren not yet in their teens who established a dictator ship over their mother and father The story of the tiny ter rors was told fay probation officer Catherine Lawrence One of the children no names were published was a girl of 12 The other was her nineyearold brother the real boss They ran the house They told their parents when to go to bed and set pm as the time Miss Lawrence said The girl wanted to share her mothers bed vSO the fa ther could not He was rele gated to another room AM the orders came from the children The parents in Wimbledon juvenile cou r t where the story was told ad mitted they were complete ly disciplined by their two children Among other things the children went to school only as it pleased SO per cent of the time Miss Lawrence said when she first moved into the case two years ago she found only one way to get the young sters to school I took them by the scruff of the neck she said Both children drank ale and stout and occasionally some thing stronger It wasnt his drinking I minded so much said the mother of the boy but his smoking I tried every way I knew to make him stop smok ing The boy took his fathers cigarettes The children were ordered to a county home Tonight I can smoke as much as I like said dad And I can stay up ail night if I want to said mother a slim blonde woman How did it all start I sup pose it is my fault the mother said I never belted him when he was young th clis Langerak Webster City Of Put emphasis on world The main priority must be to step up our interest in interna tional affairs Dr Corma Mow rey told more than 1200 North Iowa teachers assembled at the Roosevelt Fieldhouse Friday for the 40th annual convention of the North Central District of the Iowa State Education Association There is no sensible alternate but for people of the world to live together she told the teachers Dr Mowrey a former president of the National Education Asso ciation NEA and an NBA asso ciate director of lay relations told the educators There are no more frontiers We must learn to live with one another She con tinued Fiveday Iowa Temperatures for the next five days through Wed nesday will average 2 to 5 de grees below normal Normal highs are the 40s and normal lows are the 20s Precipitation will average about 25 to 50 of an inch occurring as showers atthe beginning of the period and again about the first of the week Clear Lake begins polio vaccine clinic CLEAR oral Sa bin polio vaccination program at Clear Lake got off to a late start Friday as the vaccine did not arrive until pm from the Mason City airport The delay was caused by a layover in Chicago from New The time is Here for all in the profession to look realistically at the task and to try to develop the greatest potential of the young people in our country The past has gone What we do in our schools is not only for the immediate community but for the nation and the world She emphasized this poinf So ciety needs more persons to de velop the individuals to develop more creative and flexible free minds and to develop greater moral fiber She added Are we nurturing talent or sometimes squelching the imagination and he inventiveness of the students by routine teaching The peoples colleges are the product of America and they are unequalled by any other system Dr Thomas B Merson Washing ton DC told the teachers We are now on a new frontier the junior college the assistant director for Commissions of the Battles French troops Outbreaks get worse ALGIERS Secret Army Organization units attacked French troops in Algiers Friday At least eight soldiers were report ed killed and 20 wounded as Euro pean terrorists stepped up their fight to keep Algeria French French military planes strafed he defiant worker suburb of Bab El Oued Four USmade T6 train planes sprayed machine gun mullets into large apartment build ings from which men with Secret Army armbands fired bullets and tossed grenades on French ground troops below them In Paris President Charles De Gaulle proclaimed his determina tion to use every means to smash the insurrections in Algiers and Oran The attackers fired on steelhel meted of them young draftees from hey deployed through the turbu lent European worker district of Bab El Oued The attackers suf fered some casualties as French man shot at Frenchman but the number was not determined Troops backed by armored cars sealed off Bab El Oued setting up barbed wire barriers at en trances to the area which houses about 50000 Europeans mainly of Spanish and Italian origin European residents hurled plas tic bags of motor oiJ into the streets to impede vehicles Troops poured ashes on the streets to counteract the oil By noon military authorities re ported at least three attacks against the troops In one case a secret army commando unit sur rounded a patrol of young draftees and seized their weapons Not a shot was fired The streets of Bab El Oued were practically deserted and all shops were closed But from balconies and windows the Europeans screamed defiance at the army European gunmen staged eight errorist attacks against Moslems hroughout the city killing four and wounding five others The European terrorists were not deterred by an impressive North Iowa Cloudy and windy ackcd with light snow hnginnirnr Triblop York The vaccine must be reer High School What7 packed in ice at each nirnnrt American Association of Junior military buildup in the city Ar said in his address vehicles were stationed at with light snow beginning Fril day night and continuing Sat urday Warmer Friday night lows near 30 Colder Saturday highs in low 30s owa Cloudy and windy with rain or snow south and snow north Friday night and con tinuing Saturday Lows Friday ice at each airport It was estimated that all school children would receive the vaccine in a twohour peri od The vaccine was to be given from l to 6 pm to all other persons at the Chamber of Commerce office Officials said the Chamber of Commerce Clinic will remain open until all vin iciLidtii uueu U11L11 nighnear 32 Highs Saturday personsare accommodated low 40s south to low 30s north Further cloudiness with precipitation ending and slightly cooler Sun day Minnesota Light rain or snow little temperature change Highs Saturday in 30s On the inside Editorials page 4 Comics 5 Mason City News 67 Latest Markets 7 CubGazette g Sports 910 Society News 1314 Clear Lake News15 North Iowa News18 SAME The universities are going to prefer students who go from high1 school to junior college This is going to be the situation in Iowa before you realize Merson said the state may be divided into 10 or 20 areas with sufficient area to support a jun ior college and that the institu tions established would be within commuting distance for the stu dents many points and military units ringed the Bab El Oued quarter which the Secret Army said Thurs day it would clear of French troops and police Despite the governments mili tary show Secret Army activists spread oil and tacks on the streets slowing traffic to a crawl in several parts of the city In a traffic tunnel near the University of Algiers a 10man unit stopped pedestrians and motorists to ex SEEK OUTER SPACE Momentarily corralled by a playpen the Feyre quad ruplets Holyoke Mass pause for a pic ture in advance of their first birthday March 29 Left to right Margaret Rob ert too busy chomping at the rail to Photofax look up James and Maureen In the race to get out of the playpen for keeps the girls are crawling first and Maureen may soon be walking Parents are Mr and Mrs Raymond J Feyre who have six other children   

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