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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 5, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspapei Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newsnnnor u i t 11 newspaper VOL 102 Associated Press and United Press International Full Lease Wires that makes all North MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY MAY s NATO to get nuclear data lowans neighbors UOc a eopyTU Paper Consist of Two SectionsSection On HOME i fgPITIQNj No 74 I Precedent If I made to I be broken yS Kennedys set furious pace By MERRIMAN SMITH WASHINGTON UPI Presi dent and Mrs John F Kennedy are breaking ground in new forms of White House entertainment that will be difficult for future administrations to beat The President and the first lady who like to do things dif ferently have been setting a pace for White House parties that makes the staid formal receptions of the past seem dull and stuffy The President receives his hon ored guests in the family quarters and he the first lady and their party come down the winding stairway preceded by the colors and the Marine Band playing Hail to the Chief But after that the Kennedys and their social secretary Letitia Baldridge throw tradition ta the winds to make their parties gayer and to put their guests more at ease Every formal dinner party they have given in honor of a chief of state or topstrata guest has fea tured unique worldfamous artists with the accent heavy on culture Performing on the White House stage under the sparkling chan deliers in the golddraped East Room have been cellist Pablo Casals the Shakespearean Festi val Theatre Metropolitan Opera stars and actor Frederick March The next prominentmtisician to appear before the Presidents guests will be violinist Isaac Stern accompanied by cellist Leonard Rose and pianist Eugene Istomin Stern will play at a din ner honoring French minister of culture Andre Malraux and his wife The Kennedy guest list also con tains the names of persons known throughout the country for per sonal achievement in the arts sciences and literature Typical of the type of guests for the Malraux dinner will be playwright Tennessee Williams and actress Julie Harris President and Mrs Kennedy have the happy social faculty of always seeming to enjoy their own parties Both former Presidents Harry S Truman and Dwight D Eisen hower and their wives older and more settled always were con tent to let the State Departments protocol division lay down the rules They always started their parties promptly and ended them promptly by departing toward the family elevator at the appointed hour a broad hint for guests to leave Both Truman and Eisenhower stuck to a smaller entertainment budget Kennedy digs into his own ATHENS Greece AP The United States agreed Saturday to give its North Atlantic Treaty Organization allies more infor mation on the extent arid power of American nuclear stockpiles an official source said The US move was disclosed the NATO allies meeting be hind closed doors reportedly adopted a new nuclear policy call ing on alliance members to work out guide lines on how and when atomic tactical weapons should be used in event of a Soviet attack NATOs foreign and defense ministers had been seeking agree ment on a proposed policy for resort to nuclear arms in case of Red attack that would still give President Kennedy the final de cision The plan was contained in a re port read by NATO Secretary General Dirk U Stikker Sources said Italian and French representatives expressed reser vations on Stikkers report but diplomatically avoided any action that would obstruct implementa tion of the policy As a result informed sources saidthe NATO Permanent Coun cil which meets in Paris will handle the information exchange while military representatives of the NATO members work out the guide lines Stikkers report provided for such a procedure After a brief discussion the ministers agreed to this effect adopt ing the new nuclear policy France reportedly has reserva tions about the nuclear policy be cause it will not go as far as President Charles de Gaulle would like It does not change Kennedys right to veto the use of nuclear weapons something the French reportedly would like to see changed The idea of the guide lines is to work out the conditions un der which nuclear tactical wea pons might be used in war These conditions would guide field commanders in determin ing when to apply to the Presi dent of the United States for permission to use such weap ons A purpose of unified policy on guide lines is to give all NATO members a sense of participat ing in crucial nuclear decisions Medics rise against medical care plan POINT PLEASANT N J Leaders of a movement to get doctors to refuse to treat pa tients participating in the pro posed federal medical care plan for the aged pressed for more signatures Saturday More than 200 New Jersey doctors have signed such declaration They evoked outburst of criticism and pockets to enhance of the White House social events Jacqueline Kennedy who has set hair styles for teenagers and older women all over the country this week came up with a new modified Cleopatra hairdo It was flatter on top thanher style and bouffant at the sides hanging loosely Gone were the bangs she always kept brushing aside when they hung near her eyes The new hairdo was created by JeanLouis who boasts a socialite clientele in Washington particu larly among embassy wives Jean Louis often goes to the White House several times a week de pending on the first ladys sched ule He also designed a new hair do for blackhaired Lady Bird Johnson wife of the vice presi dent It is called La Ligne Coeur line of the a semi bouffant with a tendency for the curls to move forward Jean Louis said it is good for her personality Mrs Kennedy wore the Cleo patra style for her guest of honor appearance at a luncheon given by the Senate Red Cross ladies But the following night at the White House diplomatic reception she wore a simpler hairdo pulled back and pouffed up slightly with a comb with the ends turned irader an an announcement that a bill would be introduced in the New Jersey Legislature on Monday making it a crime for a doctor to refuse to treat any patient 1 in every 14 women divorced separated MADISON Wis un About one in every 14 American wom en either was divorced or sep larated from her husband at the time of the 1960 census a fed eral statistician reported Satur day The best record for to getherness was on the farm and the suburbs ranked next CLAY HONORED BERLIN Lucius D Clay President Kennedys per sonal envoy to Berlin who is leaving for the United States Tuesday was named an hon orary citizen of the first foreigner to get the honor since Czar Nicholas I Of Russia Iowa misses belt of bad rainstorms Showers and thunderstorm marched across north central am southern Iowa early Saturday But very little precipitation re suited and the state apparentlj escaped the severe storms agains which the Weather Bureau warned Friday night The heaviest rainfall reported was 18 of an inch at Counci Bluffs Lamoni reported 01 of an inch and Des Moines and Mason City had a trace The weather Bureau said th showers now have largely fadet out and the state should enjoj pleasant weather through the mid die of the day Thundershower ac tivity is likely to increase again late Saturday afternoon however Friday brought a foretaste o summer as the mercury soarec to 90 at Sioux City Other highs ranged down to 81 at Dubuque The forecast calls for cooler weather starting in the northwest part of the state Saturday after noon and spreading over the en tire state Saturday night Highs Saturday should be in the 70s in the northwest to the middle 80s southeast Lows Saturday night should be in the 50s and 60s The outlook is for pleasant weather and moderate tempera tures Sunday and Monday PRAVDA IS SO MOSCOW the voice of the Kremlin and one ol the most influential newspapers in the world celebrated its 50th birthday Saturday TITOV AND GLENN TEND THE GRILL Glenn and Titov Only the Newspaper ONLY THE NEWSPAPER is popular so early Millions of persons read newspapers at breakfast and millions more read them at midmorn ing coffee SHOWERS STEAKS BURN DESPITE ALAN SHEPARDS HEROICS AP Pholotax Iowa Partly cloudy throug Sunday with widely scatters showers or thunderstorm over most of state throug Saturday evening in east am south Saturday night and ir southeast Sunday Turnip cooler northand central Sat urday night and over stat Sunday Low Saturday lowe 50s northwest to middle 60 southeast High Sunday 60 northwest to 70s southeast GlobeGazette Weather Dat up to 8 am Saturday Maximum Minimum At 8 a m Precipitation Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 86 61 63 03 65 44 Army surrounds Venezuela rebels CARACAS Venezuela AP Government troops rolled ovei ight resistance to the edge of Saturday under orders o crush rebellious marines anc military policemen Loyal war alanes bombed and strafed the oastal city President Romulo Betancourt ccused the rebels of seeking to et up a Castrotype Communist egime in Venezuela and gave hem an ultimatum to surrender y dawn or be destroyed Two overnment destroyers steamed nto the port of Carupano 300 niles east of Caracas 8237 tickets by patrolmen in week DES MOINES WTThe highway atrols safety squads issued 8237 ckets on the primary and sec ndary roads last week in a epped up enforcement cam aign the fowa Saftey Depart ment said Saturday The traffic ampaign which uses saturation nforcement at unannounced times n various areas of the state will ontinue through May 31 Great but in space lousy with a steak T WASHINGTON much charcaai A latearriving Jonn H Glenn Jr almost burned the steaks Cosmonaut Gherman Titov wound up tn apron But everyone seemed to have a won derful time The A spurofthemo ment cookbut at Glenns modern brick home in nearby Arlington Va Friday night In the hurry to get the frozen steaks cooked someone poured on guest said it looked like Glenns garage was going up in flames Glenns fellow astronaut AI an Shepard came to the rescue with a bit of water to tame the flames Daddy cooked the steak and i almost got burned up saic Glenns 14yearold daughter Car olyn But they Titov and his wife Tamara seemed to like i N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Union denies Red ties WASHINGTON A government board says the International Union of Mine Mill and Smelter Workers is Communistinfiltrated and therefore can not represent employes under the National Labor Re lations Act Union officials denied the finding and said they would file an immediate appeal Chinese found in Laos VIENTIANE Laos U S military sources dis closed for the first time that the troops who captured strategic Laotian town of Muong Sing apparently came from nearby Communist China Although evi dence still was fragmentary the sources said that twothirds of the attacking force spoke Chinese Sailors held in slaying YOKOSUKA Japan U S Navy shore patrol men shot one American sailor in a gunbattle and ar rested four others later in the slaying of a Japanese policeman Yes things could be worse BERLIN East Berliners and East Germans have a new way of greeting one another since the Communist wall went up in the center of Berlin travelers coming to the western sector reported When some one says How are instead of the customary greeting Not so bad they now say better than m solitary confinement However the new greeting is used only between good friends Civil rights vote nears WASHINGTON Democratic leader Mike Mansfield Mont sent telegrams to the Senates other b3 Democrats telling them to be on hand next week for showdown votes in the Senates civil rights DZVttlG We had a very enjoyable evening Glenn said later that everyone put on aprons and pitched in to get the dinnersteak peas potato chips salad and ice the table Mai and Mrs Titov spent about an hour and a quarter at the Glenns Then the two spacemen and their wives hurried to a tele vision studio where Titov and Glenn taperecorded an interview in which Glenn revealed that the next American to journey in space will tow a balloon behind his cap sule to measure the drag in the sky above the earths atmosphere The Glenns had invited the Titovs to dinner earlier but plans were rather indefinite until Titov decided about 6 pm to take them up on it a National Aeronautics and Space Administration official said At the time the Glenns were attending a Soviet Embassy re ception for Titov and his wife There followed a mad dash for lomc to get the steaks out of Mrs Annie Glenns freezer The dinner capped another busy day for the Soviet spaceman He also visited a steel mill and made another television appearance He left Friendship airport in nearby Baltimore Saturday morn ng for Seattle and a visit to the Vorlds Fair there Glenn said in the interview that i addition to the 0inch balloon owed by a 100foot line the next S spacecraft would carry a transparent sphere contain ing liquids The purpose is to study the behavior of liquids in the state of weightlessness Astronaut M Scott Carpenter is scheduledto attempt a triple earth orbit this month matching Glenns three trips around the world Feb 20 Titov made 17 orbits in becom ing Russias second successful space pilot PROTEST ON SKATES GAINESVILLE Fla Eleven University of Florida students left here on roller skates on a 167mile trip to ask the governor for pay raises for their professors On the inside Editorials Page 4 The Surveyor 5 Church Features 67 Mason City News 39 Latest Markets 9 Comics 13 Clear Lake News 14 Society News 1415 Business News 7417 Transit Schedule g North Iowa News 20 US fires its fourth atom burst WASHINGTON AP The United States has fired the fourth nuclear burst of its Pacific series and tuned its antennas for the ex pected start of more Soviet tests Administration officials said a new Soviet round of nuclear blasts could come at almost any minute These officials said US detec tion stations have been alerted to watch for the tests which Soviet Premier Khrushchev said Russia would set off if the United States resumed testing in the atmos phere The fourth shot in the US se ries was announced Friday by the Atomic Energy Commission and he Defense Department The brief statement merely said this of the device It was dropped from a plane near Christmas Island as were the other three in the series winch began April 25 It was in the intermediate yield range of 100000 to 500000 tons of TNT like the first and second the third explosion was in the million Ion range The US Information Agency reports that so far reaction abroad to the US tests could be summed up as generally mild with showers and occasional thun derstorms SAME Uowa Department White Mcms No Traffic Death in 2J Hours Death in Hours LI amor grows in Iowa for positive property tax relief By DAN PERKES be needed to meet to help raise an additional mil DES MOINES AP Direct taxation as an indirect means of reducing property taxes continues as one of the most pressing politi cal issues of the day in Iowa The issue was given additional emphasis this week when a legis lative committee studying state revenue needs said it is consider ing possible sources of revenue that would replace part of the present property tax load The committee also that even without increases in state spending additional sources of revenue will be needed to meet the budget of the next bicnnium The committee said it is giving sorious consideration to securing necessary funds from the sales tax presumably by a boost from two to three a sales tax on all services motels hotels income tax and a tax on liquor by the drink The sales lax already has be come a prime issue in the pres ent primary campaign Former Ll Gov William H Nicholas of Clear Lake has pro posed a three per cent sales tax to help raise an additional mil lion a year for property tax relief through additional state aid to schools Nicholas seeking the Republi can nomination for governor in directly has accused his opponent incumbent Gov Norman Erbe of running away from the issue Erbe has said he would veto any tax increase if there were no guarantee the extra money would go for property tax relief The governor feels there should be controls on local government as through refer make state aid truly effective as property tax replace ment Some political observers feel hat Erbe is playing it cool on the tax issue They point out that Democrat Herschel Loveless defeated Re publican William Murray of Ames in the 1958 governors race be cause of Murrays advocation of a three per cent sales tax The Iowa Taxpayers Associa tion has neither taken a stand neither for nor against a three per cent sales lax The associations campaign is for property tax relief H believes also that any lax increase must absolutely guarantee property tax make a temporary adjustment The association further feels the answer to the property lax problem lies in slowing local gov ernment expenditures increasing the property tax base and shift ing more of the cost of local gov ernment to some source of reve nue other than property taxes Ray Edwards the associations executive secretary snid Satur v day that if there is no change in I he property t1x trend at all and local government spending contin ues at the present rate lowans can expect a 17mill increase within the next five years If million additionally in state aid were pumped back to local governmental units lowans still have a 10mill increase m property taxes within five years Edwards said Therefore we must stabilize the millage rate in addition to more state it is up to the legislature to take certain 4   

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