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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 18, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspape Edited for CITY GLOBE HOME EDITION Th newspaper that makes all North low vot in Associated Prtii United international FuU Wirei MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY MAY 1J 1962 ons neighbo r UOc a Paper of Two N If Parachute trouble s orbit shcit CAPE CANAVERAL Fla world orbit flight of Navy Lt Cmdr Malcolm Scott Carpen ter jhas been delayed three days until next Tuesday to improve re liability of the parachute system on his spacecraft Aurora 7 The surprise announcement of the delay came lateThursday nightafter a mission review meet ing attended byCarpenter Oper ations Director Walter Williams and other top Project Mercury of ficials Bottle on Medicare is joined President vs AMA By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau Ken nedys speech in behalf of his medical care for the aged plan at a huge rally in Madison Square Garden on Sunday will be carried on all three television networks It also will be piped into similar rallies in about 30 other cities The American Medical Associa tion has brought from a halfJiour of prime time on NBCTV on the following evening Proponents of plans will appear oh ABCTV on May 27 The battle on medical care for the aged thus is joined While op position to the administration pro gram in Congress appears to be splintering outside in the real political arena tremendous propaganda forces are massed alternative plans are im port a nt only as they disclose a weakening of the opposition None not even the scKiallecl Rockf feller option which combine Social Security coverage with a system of federally financed private insurance seems to have much popular appeal The real battle will be fougn over the KingAnderson bill the one against which the American Medical Association is levelling al its heavy guns and for which the administration is lining up its strength Neither side shows the slightest disposition to com promise The chief AMA spokes man for example refused to ap pear on the same TV program with Sen Jacob K Javits NY and Rep Frank T Bow Ohio both Republicans who sponsor al ternative measures The tactical situation is tfiis The KingAnderson bill endorsed by President Kennedy in hL health message to Congress is op posed by Southern Democrats anc most Republicans Lengthy hear ings on it were held by the Hous Ways and Means Committee i 1961 but no action was taken A favorable vote in this committe is essential if the bill is to reac the House floor LeadeVs in bot houses confidently predict quic adoption if the measure is re ported out of committees in th regular way Thepressure is on Congres sional mail is heavy The Whit House is receiving a volume o letters exceeded onlyat Chrisl mas and during the steel pric controversy The politics in the battle i cruel The administration goal to get ifnota law at least roll call vote that can be used a a belly issue in the 1962 electio campaigns Gov Nelson A Rocke feller of New York has charged The administration can have political issue or a bill Thi is too important as a matter human concern for politic maneuver On the other hand the AMA and doctors in general seem to hurting their own cause by th same sort of intransigeance which the a d m i n i s t r ation charged Nothing perhaps coul have been more damaging in public relations sense than th resolution published by some Ne Jersey doctors early this month declaring that they would refu to participate in the care patients under the KingAnderso bill or similar legislation The AMA however defende the New Jersey doctors thoug the state medical associatio subsequently did dissociate itse from their position Ominonsl for opponents of the bill boyco threats are now being heard states Iowa for one an Louisiana for another Iowa Temperatures will average 5to 8 degrees above normal east and near normal west Friday night through next Wednesday Nor mal highs are from 70 north east to the middle 7Qs south west Normal lows are from about 50 north to the lower 50s south Rainfall will aver age 100 to 150 inches north west and 25 to 50 of an iijch southeast in showers and thunderstorms eaily in the period and again about Wed nesday North Partly cloudy con tinued quite warm through Saturday Lows Friday night 6771 Highs Saturday in upper 80s owa Partly cloudy to cloudy with occasional showers and thunder storms Friday night and Saturday morning Local ly heavy thunderstorms north west Continued warm Lows Friday night in the 60s High Saturday in the 80s Further cloudy not so warm Sunday Minnesota cloudiness scattered showers Highs Sat urday around 80 GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Friday Maximum 82 Minimum 60 At 8 am 71 Sunrise Sunset 733 YEAR AGO Maximum 52 Minimum 42 BUYS UN BONDS UNITED NATIONS N Y L informed acting SecretaryGeneral U Than Thursday it intends to bu in UN bonds Discussion centered on a ques ion raised nearly three months Why did the small stabiliz ng parachute on Marine Lt Col lohn H Glenn Jrs capsule un url at 27000 feet instead of the ntended 21000 feet Mercury officials apparently vere convinced at that time that t was a random failure not like y to happen again and no para ihute changes were inade in Car enters capsule Engineers were not able to ex plain the malfunction toWilliams satisfaction the spokesman said and at pm Eastern Stand ard Time after a 2vihour ses iion Williams decided to postpone he flight to provide a backup parachute deployment switch The correction involves install ng a second aneroid barometer iwitch Which is sensitive to alti tude changes When atmospheric pressure reached a certain point in this case 21000 the switch expands and releases the stabiliz ing chute The old and new switches will be hooked in series so that both must function before the paia chute unfolds A similar switch releases the main 63foot para chute at 10000 feet The second chute worked fine on Glenns flight and no change is planned on at The postponement to Tuesday gives unfavorable Atlantic Ocean weather a chance to clear away Weather experts Ijad given the flight only a 5050 chance of get ting off the ground Saturday be cause of winds and high waves in two ocean recovery areas Lt Col John A Powers as tronaut spokesman told newsmen it was known the day of Glenns flight that his drogue stabilizing parachute had deployed too soon Asked why nothing had been done in the weeks since Powers replied In evaluating a flight there are 90 million things vto do When it comes to a countdown this is the time people toe the mark and ask why this or that didnt work before SAME Or f he inside Editorials Page 4 Clear Lake News 5 Society News 47 Mason City News 8918 Latest Markets 9 Sports Comics 14 CubGazette 17 North Iowa News 20 CALL TO ARMS NEW YORK William Velez 25 was babysitting with his son Thursday night when he was alerted to report for duty during a statewide Nationa Guard mobilization test Velez walked into the 7lst Regimen Armory carrying William Jr N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES SEATO pledges support BANGKOK Thailand Thai Prime Minister Sant Thanarat told his cabinet that all SEATO na tions except France have Indicated willingness to send to join the 2800 US combat troops in Thailand Terrorism in Saigon SAIGON South Viet Nam Terrorists hurled a small homemade bomb into a downtown restaurant crowded withAmerican servicemen The blast in jured two persons slightly and raised fears that the Communist Viet Congguerrillas were mounting new wave of bombings irrthe capital Eugenie Anderson appointed President Kennedy appointed Eugenie Moore Anderson 52 Red Wing Minn to be United States minister to Bulgaria Mrs Anderson a native of Adair Iowa served as ambassador to Den mark during the Truman administration from 1949 to 1953 OAS threatens judges Judges trying Raoul Salan for crimes againstthe French state were threatened with death by the terrorist Army Organization if Salan is exe cuted V Tells of Fsfes dealings WASHINGTON A Republicansenator said that Agriculture Department officials canceled Billie Sol Estes cotton allotments and then restored them after a New Years Day meeting with Estes and two unidentified lawmakers This was more than favor itism Sen Karl E Mundt RS D was complete capitulation to a guy out on the make CITYAN IN THAILAND The Marine at right setting up camp near Udon Thailand has been identified as Pfc Gary McCauley son of William D LL Pholofat Gazette recognized him by facial features and a tattoo on the left arm Young McCauley had been sta tionedJn Japan and Okinawa and the photo was the no i orV m j V A uctpctu mm uiuimwa ana trie pnoto was the McCauley 302 Kentucky SE The elder McCauley first indication that he was among the troops as who is composing room superintendent at the Globe signed to the Labs border f No easing of crisis BANGKOK Thailand en PauUD Harkins flew here Friday to heTiew US combatforce in here no basic easing of the crisis1 in Southeast Asia The general overall command er of the force in Thailand and he US Military Assistance Com mand in South Vief Nam planned o visit the Marine outfit camping n a rice paddy field only 30 miles iouth of the Laos border The danger of Communist ag ression from Laos prompted Yanks will be kicked i out Nikita i Thailands government to request the sending of an American force much change in the situation which precipitated the crisis a news con ference Lt Gen James L Richardson Jr the jungle warfare expert in charge of the Thailand command and U S Ambassador Kenneth Dodd Young present The US buildup in this pro Western Oriental land moved swiftly and smoothly toward a planned peak of 5000 Army men and Marines jeeps arid other equip in C130Hercules transports flowed in at 15minute intervals Friday as crowds of friendly Thai stood by Asked whether he thought there still is a serious threat to Thai land from Laos Harkins said The Communistsare in a posi tion to do what they did in Nam Tha The potential is still there for them to do the same again He referred to the proCommu nist Palhet Laos offensive at Nam Thanear the RedChinese border ttfetfcal royal Laos Asked if the Marines would shoot suspected Communist infil trators from LaosHarkins said No The troops do not have the right to fire on suspect infiltra tors as of now Thetroops are here under the SEAT0 Southeast Asia Treaty Organization agree ment at the request of the Thai government We go where they think it is best Discord in state agency Ultimatum to Powers By DAN PERKES DES MOINES ADThe newly appointed administrative chief of the Iowa Conservation Commis sion has resigned because ofpur ported internal strife within the agency The Associated Press learned Friday At the same time it also was learned that Glen G Powers commission director was directed to straighten out the situation or resign by July 1 The resignation of Arden Mead of Des Moines came about two months after he was appointed chief of administration in a com mission reorganization move The resignation is effective May 31 A state official acquainted with the situation but asked not to be identified said Mead quit because Ire was fed up with the constant internal bickering at the commission Mead who formerly operated farm equipment agencies in Oma ha and Des Moines wasnot im mediately available for comment Several months ago the state comptrollers office ina critical report said there was lack of co ordination between the various divisions within the commission The state officialinan inter view blamed the agencys trou bles on the seven members of the commission The commissioners he said hire the director But it also hires his assistants and tells him when to fire Powers cant do anything withthe budget un less its approved by sion Powers actually has little power to doanything i tf i i a sevenlegged horse torn with Democrat Republican politics the source said Its the fish andgame irj ierests lands aad wa ers interests f The whole Conservation Com mission program js hurting he Hoffa charged with assault Union aide cut and bruised OBNOVA Bulgaria et Premier Khrushchev Friday branded President Kennedys or der to land Marines in Thailand an unwise decision and predict ed the Americans would ultimate y be thrown out of Southeast Asia The Soviet leader denounced American policy in Laos and South Viet Nam and accused the United States of spilling blood here to prop up proWestern re gimes Khrushchev made the comments n an impromptu speech to about 3000 collective farmers in this central Bulgariantown But the peech gradually turned into an lourlong lecture on foreign and Communistbloc affairs to a small roup of Western correspondents reporting his sixday visit to Bul garia Wagging his finger and speak ing directly to a knot of nine newsmen standing in front of him Khrushchev said he had read about Kennedys decision in the morning newspapers That is not a proof of great intelligence and it is an unwise decision he said He said the French army had fought Communists in Indochina for seven years before they got out The Americans may be there 15 years because they dont un derstand and wont get out But they will be kicked is just a question of time he said It would be best for the Amer icans to give up their role as the international policeman But noth ing will save the United States from its crash because the United States too has its working class and eventually communism will triumpjh there too I have said this in the United Stales and it is nothing new but I will repeat it and I will say it until the end of my WASHINGTON AP Team sters Union President James R Hoffa Friday asked and was grant ed a jury trial on a charge he assaulted a union aide Samuel Baron The trial was set for June 19 Hoffa accompanied by attor neys appeared briefly in Munici pal Court Also there was Baron sporting a cut eyebrow and bruised face Baron charges that he was floored twice by blows from Hof fa and shoved over a chairin a fracas at union headquarters Thursday morning Hoffa refused to discuss Barons charges withreporters butban teredwith them on other matters Baron 59 field director for the Teamsters national warehouse division took his complaint to the US attorney Baron a greying 152pound veteran union official displayed a blackened left eye a cut over his right eye and bruises on his face and legs Two deputy US marshals stood guard at Barons home in subur Silver Spring Md through the night The Justice Department said Baron asked that the guards be posted Hoffa clad in a giey checked business suit showed no signs of having been in any fight He would not comment on Barons charge Simple assault is a misdemean or and the maximum penalty is one year in prison Baron told a reporter the real cause ofthe incident was a dif ference between Hoffas concep the labor movement arid mine I never became part of his ma chine said Baron whohas been with the teamsters for 10 years I avoided him as much as I could Baron said he was called to the Teamsters executive offices Thursday morning for a negotia tions session He said Hoffa cursed him and asked him what he had been doing on his job When he tried to answer Baron said Hoffa wouldnt listen Whatever was on his mind I got the full brunt of H Baron said he went out to an anteroom Hoffa yelled at him I why dont you admit what youre doing And then he saw Hoffa come at v me with his fists clenched He clipped me on the left eye and knocked me About four people in the room restrained Hoffa Baron said but the union boss broke loose Baron said Hoffa hit him again knock ing him down When he tried to get out of the room Baron said Hoffa pushed him over a chair GLEN POWERS v HOFFA BOOKED ON ASSAULT Union President James R Hoffa left is booked byCpl E L Kutz on an assault charge sworn Photofax out by Samuel Baron of the Teamsters warehouse division Baron said hewas beaten up at the unions headquarters said because too many people are playing politics instead of working Another state official said Pow ers of Indianola has been trying to clean house but that the com missioners havent had enough nerve to buy his be cause Powers moved too quickly In the reorganization move earlier this year Lcs Faber was removed as assistant director of the commission and1 made chief of planning Officials said that Faber has been at odds with Powers for some time and that Powers has been unsuccessful in attempts to remove him Meadwas working under Fabcr when Mead decided to resign Powers reportedly told the com mission members several months ago to fire him if they felt he wasnt cutting it But the com mission declined and Powers was allowed to continue as director Powers has been director al most two years He succeeded Bruce Stiles who resigned under pressure and died later FEE SPRINGFIELD HI Its going to cost motorists to run out of gas on Chicagos Metropolitan Expressway sys tem starting June 15 The slate public works department said Friday that motorists whose fuel tanks run dry will be charged for emergency service y   

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