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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 21, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edfed for BE VOL 192 Preu United rreu International Full wUei The newspaper thot mokes oil North lowons neighbors MASON dTV IOWA MONDAY MAY II HOME EDITION One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL Globe Gazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE fm Sum pm Sun IflW tu KGLO KWLC Deeorth WOI ABCI WTA0 Qvjacy 939 WSUI Uwa City Could we adjust to disarmament IS A BE pitching word Mis the multisyllable counterpart of motlfer home love and peace especially the lastnamed peace It is being pointed out by realists that nations could con duct war in the face of com plete disarmament so far as conventional weapons of war are concerned Men could fight with sticks and stones But that jarring note pretty much falls on deaf ears What adds a bit of cynicism to the matter is that the Com munist world taking its lead from the Kremlin itself ismore vociferous about disarmament and peace than the free world This is in spite of the fact that world domination by whatever means required has never been rescinded as the central goal of Marxism There are of course increas ing signs that the arms race is hurting the Communist econ omy more than it is ours But there arefew diplomats in the free world so naive as to take Communist professions of a de sire for peaceful coexistence at full value Deceit and treachery are principal weapons of com munism it be Russias orChinasbrand i T J1 v T But among peaceloving peo that includes muiti plied millions shackled by com munism behind the Iron Curtain is a for dis armament It long stridetoward Jifting the terribleburden of arms on the world economy along with be ing in the direction of abandon ing the resolvent of national dif ferences It was at this point that Rob ert B Shaw took over recently in a challenging article for the Magazine of Wall Street What he wrote was premised on these two alternatives facing mankind 1 Virtual destructionof bur civilization through nuclear warfare 2 International agreement to reduce the costof armaments On the assumption that man kind would be wise enough to choose the latter course he pro ceeded to a consideration of No 17 U1 AP Photofax publican party principles for the lall Vrf o Hi li VAL1 fice to discuss a fresh statement of Re what would happen to our own economy if there were a rather quick disarmament Its no secret as Shaw pointed out that many are afraid of complete disarmament A high level of military spending has imbedded itself in our way of sudden cessation its reasoned would almost certain ly invite depression The Magazine of Wall Street writer understands this point i of View but he insists that by plan ahead the crisis could be averted His idea is to divert huge defense expenditures into those areas of our country where they will offer new avenues of growth and revital ize stagnant regions take up the slack of unemployment and provide new jobs and prosper ity in an expanding economy His case makes sensed This year our defense expen ditures will exceed billion When this is spent we will have little of permanence to show for it Consider what billion would do channeled into con structive investments The huge reduction of taxes alone would make possible a tremendous in crease in the purchasing power of our people The magnitude of armaments costs can be realized when we compare it with other items in our economy Elementary and secondary schools includ buildings cost only bil lion a year Thats only a little more than a third of our annual outlay for our military This isnt to say that adjust ing to a peace economy wont lake some doing Some of our Urger corporations draw 50 per Torn 2 Please North Iowa Mostly cloudy wit scattered showers and thun derstorms Monday night an Tuesday Locally heavy rain of up to 1 to 4 inches Low Monday night in the 50 Highs Tuesday upper 60 north to low 80s south Iowa Showers and thunde storms through Tuesday Heavy rains of up to one t four inches likely over mos of state Little temperatur change lows jMonclaynigh 50s extreme north toJ uppe 60s south High Tuesday 60 northeast to the 80s south west Outlook for Wednesda cloudy and slightl cooler with some scattere showers and thunderstorm east v Fiveday Iowa Temperature will average near normal ii northern Iowa to five degree above normal in the soull through Saturday Norrna highs in the lower 70s nort to upper 70s southwest Nor near 50 extrem north to middle 50s south west It will be cool in the north and warm and humic in thesouth at the beginning of the period but will turi cooler and less humid in th south Thursday and Friday Precipitation amounts wil average one to three inche in showers Monday night anc Tuesday and again about Sat urday Minnesota Cloudy showers Highs Tuesday in 70s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 aimMonday Maximum Minimum c Precipitation GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Sunday Maximum Minimum 80 50 Plenty of rain in Iowa forecast More rainand plenty of it was forecast for Iowa in the wake of thunderstorms that dumped more than 5 inches ol rain in parts of the state Harlan reported 537 inches Massena 5 Cumberland 3 Greenfield 2 and many com munities measured more than 1 inch of rain after Sunday nights heavy showers and thun derstorms Some damage also was reported from high winds that accompanied the heavy rains in west and central Iowa Thunderstorm activity was expected to resume late Mon day and continue over most of Iowa through Tuesday night or Wednesday morning SAME AMAd dy denies Wo chance for liquor change Most Want it as Erbe DES MOINES is no possibility thatf liquor bythe drink will be approved by the 1963 Iowa Legislature because most lowans are satisfied with the present liquor t control laws Gov Norman Erbe said Monday think it will be passed by the next session of the legisla ture or ever will be passed until people in communities in Iowa have liquor control enforcement as now provided in the Iowa Code and demand a change by the legislature he said Locally the situation is just the way people want it Erbe added Asked for his personal views on liquor by the drink Erbe said That is a moot question since as governor of the state the question isv not going to be pre sented to me and my views are of no significance This isnt a question of reve nue It is a question of morals If t were approached on a revenue basis the state could get into slot machines horse racing and gam bling But the people of Iowa are not discard morals for reve nue Most people in Iowa feel the liquor control act ie the est way to makeliquor available o those who want it Probably over 2 million peo Ie in Iowa have respect for the awand obey jt Erbe said He added that a few people in some communities Avant the law enforced the way they prefer it and not as he legislature in tented it A Harold H u g h e s Democratic candidate tor governorin the June 4 primary has proposed that liquor by the drink be adopt ed and said this would increase revenue to the state by more than million Asked about alleged violations of the liquor Jaws Erbe said it is up to local authorities to en force the laws and they are en forced in the manner in which people who elected theofficers prefer He said it is not up lo the state to see that the laws are enforced in local communities Several years ago the attorney jeneral Dayton Countryman ried to substitute state law en forcement for local law enforce ment and it was a sad experience The state did not have the sup port of local authorities Erbe said Erbe said there is a possibility Rowans would vote for liquor by the drink if present laws were rigidly enforced But he added that this enforce ment would have to come at peal level and there is no agita ion for a change News in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Promises Russ space feat cosmonaut Maj Yuri Gagarin the Soviet Union put its third manned spaceship around the earth within this year Gagarin who arrived for a oneweek visit said the spaceship would carry either one man or more than two de pending on the type of vehicle used 6 convictions overturned f WASHINGTON The Supreme Court over turned the contempt convictions of six persons who calked at answering questions from congressional committees investigating Communist activities The ugh tribunal said the convictions had to be set aside because the indictments returned by the grand jury against the six failed to identify the subject under congressional subcommittee inquiry at the time each witness was interrogated r No I goal Boost output nrnwWAHINGPN Prcsiderit Kennedy said the pioblem facing the nation is not how labor and man agement shoulddivide fruits of production but how to increase output so everyone will have more to e Presirdent was the first speaker at the White House conference of national economic issues Another gangland slaying P0f CgICAGO The stabbed and beaten body of Peter Budeau a professional gambler apparently gangland as a police informer was found i irnu ty trilllk of hl Bludeau was the 10th victim of a ganglandstyle execution in the in StfefJ the seventh to be found in the past three weeks Says doctors are informed DES MOINES pres dent ofthe Iowa Medical Sociel said Sunday night that Presiden Kennedy was in error in statin that doctors are not familiar wit provisions of the KingAhderso bill to give medical care to th aged under social security Dr George H Scanlon of low City issued a statement on beha of the medical members to challenge commeni by the President in his televise speech at New York City Because we are in complet possession of all the facts we ar unalterably opposed to the ac ministrations plan Dr Scanlo said Were opposed to it becaus the coverage it would provide totally inadequate to meet th complete health care needs i those who may really need help It pays for institutional car only with the patient paying th first 90 Scanlon said there are lowans over the age 65who woul not be entitled to any benefit under the King Anderson bil since they are not eligible for so cialsecurity benefits Those who are fully capabl of paying their own hospital bill withoutbecoming involved in thi federal scheme would receive the same benefits of those with limit ed he said Scanlon said Iowa doctorssup aort the KerrMills law because it is capableof providing com plete hospital and medical serv ices to those with modest income and who need as sistance he said As a matter of fact low Medical Society in session thi past week adopted a resolutio directing the society to use its re sources to encourage the low to appropriate fund for KerrMills We hope those who heard th President on Sunday wil have op wrtunity to hear the other side o his issue when it is discussec Monday night on national tele vision by spokesmen for Amer can medicine ScanJon said The administrations bill ha come under firefrom many doc tors groups particulary those in New Jersey Iowa and Louisiana Sheffield man water skiing drowns in Texas SWEETWATER Tex AP The body of an airman drowned in Sweetwater Lake while wate skiing Saturday was recoverec Sunday night He was Airman 2C Robert J Muhlstein 23 Sheffield Iowa About 50 persons searched the area where he drowned some 300 yards off the east shore A peace justice G E Davis ruled accidental drowning Muhl stein was with the 683rd Aircraft Control and Warning Stationa Says Salan tried to follow De Gaulle PARIS French vice ad miral Monday told the court rying exGen Raoul Salan for reason he is convinced Salan was trying to follow the same alh Gen Charles de Gaulle followed in 1940 Vice Adm An dre Ploix a former commander of naval air forces in Algeria from approving Sa ans action in leading the ter rorist Secret Army Organization n Algeria But he said ho could mderstand the moves of anyone vho went underground to honor previous promises to keep Al geria under the French flag On end on for 10 hours Bingo bug bites LONDON worlds first bmoo limited roared back to London in record gambling time On board were 340 bingo players so keen on the game that tnev took over an entire train for a round trip excursion from London to Brighton No one hadas much as a glance for some of Englands prettiest countryside Tley played bingo on the hourjourney from London to Brighton they played bingo in an amusement arcade in Brightonthey played bingo at lunch and they played bingo on the return trip to London All in all the bingo went on for 10 hours Muriel Johns one of the passengers said Too much bingo Oh no When the bingo bug bites you Jt really bites you Chiang agrees to accept refugees from Red China TAIPEI Formosa AP Na tionalist China announced Monday it is ready lo accept all refugees from Red China wishing to come to Formosa from overcrowded Hong Kong where thousands ol hungry fugitives are being herded back across the border 7World criticism has rained down on Nationalist China anc British1 authorities in Kong alike because of the human trag edy of Chinese being forcetHo return to Red China aft er escaping The United Nations and various countries have contended the ref ugees should go to FormosaAnd the British whosay they simply annot handle any more refugees lavebeen assailed onall sides for sending thembackbehind the BambooCurtain The Chinese Nationalist Cabinet On the inside Editorials pagc 3 Mason City News 6726 Latest Markets7 Sports 900 North Iowa News 11 Clear Lake News Comics 12 20 News Quir21 Society News 2425 QUEENS CHAPLAIN DIES WINDSOR England UPI Anglican Bishop Eric Knightley Chetwode Hamilton 71 dean of Windsor and domestic chaplain 0 Queen Elizabeth died Mon 1J announced the decisioh artd allo cated 1000 tons of rice for imme diate emergency relief for refu gees nowin Hong Kong The government also decided to ask othercountries welcoming refugees such as Brazil to help handle v the tide of refugees Nationalist has taken someof the refugees after eyeful screening since the influx into HongKong beganshortly aft er the Red the mainlandin 1949 The Free China Relief Associa tion agentsin HongKohg are now screening 1000 refugees for reset tlement in Formosa But taking 1000refugees will make hardly a dent in the thousands upon thou sands of refugees in HongKong It may take some time before any substantial numbers of refu gees arrive in The government plans security measures to safeguard againsl any influx of Communist agents trying to come to Formosa in the guise of refugees A joint meeting of Chinese Na tionalist Interior Ministry official and the Free China Relief Asso ciation decided to expedite plans for reception and resettlement of refugees in Formosa The flow is continuing despite ef forts of Hong Kong police and British troops to cut if off at the Jorder of Red China From 6000 to 7000 refugees were rounded up last week end and sent back reports from Hong Kong said Medical bill is f target JFK plugs for support BY THE ASSOCIATED1 TRESS The Kennedy administration with the Presidentleading the assault has carripd aplea for itt medical care for the aged pro gram across the nation in ari attempt to bring pressure to bear on Congress the American MecU ical Association goes on nation television Monday night to counter the move i While President ad dressed persons at New York Citys Madison Square Gar den Sunday VicePresident Lyn don B Johnson and other admin istration spokesman sounded calls supportofmedical care for the aged under Social at more than a score of rallies acrossthe country t i Many listener including samm grayhaired recipients of benefits under the KingAnder son bill chanted WewiUwe will spokesmen told themto writetheir and urge support for the meas ure Kennedy whose speech was carried on nationwide television predicted that the bill would pass Congress this year or as the tide comes in next year He noted that Britain adopted similar legislation 30 years ago The American Medical Associa tion which vigorously opposes the Kennedybacked takes to the air at 6 pm Mon day in a networktelevision pro gram to answer the administration The president of the associa tion Dr Leonard W Larson blasted the bill and the rallies saying the US Treasury isjseing looted in a massive propaganda blitz designed to pressure Con ress into enactingthe program In astatement after the Ken nedy speech Larson said Giant Madison Square Garden rallies cannot conceal this fact The tingAnderson bill would force an mmediate 17 per cent payroll tax ncrease on workers earning or more andtheir employ ers GOING BACK TO RED CHINA A Hong policeman assists an elderly Chinese who is being sent back to Communist China after an illegal en trv and a night in a temporary8 shelter in the British carrying loaves of fhi the borde n xvith him as he China today announced it will w accept refugees from Red China who are being sent across the border from overcrowded Hong Kong Larson described the measure as radical and said it would give1 lie federal government wvcr to control medical practice1 n hospitals The AMA favors Ihc present CcrrMills law which provides for edcral assistance to states but eaves administration of a prdr jram of medical care for iridir gents over 65 to the stalestheiri selves Under the KingAnderson meas ure Social Security recipients would be eligible for medical aid financed through a Social Secur ity payroll tax increase ofone fourth of one per cent on employes and employers The President said at least half the mail he has received on the bill has been wholly misin formed about its provisions This is not a campaign against doctors he said because doc tors have joined with us This is a campaign to help people meet their responsibilities We do not cover doctors bills here We do not affect the free dom of choice You can go to any doctor you want and you work out your arrangements with him We talk about the hospital bill and that is an entirely different matter Kennedy invited he nations doctors to write to him rather han the AMA to get the facts on the KingAnderson bill Vice President Johnson carried he administration plea to St ouis where he told an openly artisan audience of more than a thousand that Hhe program is sound reasonable and digni icd approach to the health prob cms of the aged   

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