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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 4, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             i rTi North lowag Doily Newspaper Edited for the i l v r LOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION VOL IK The newspope r Associated PTCM Md United Press lateruUoul Full Wlwi that mokes oil North I o wans neighbors MASON CITY MONDAY JUNE 4 m aac It ii 1 One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO fm Su KWLO pm Sw WOI CM WTAD fetteer Ttan WSUI City CM If not the UN what shall it be i IF YOU WERE TO ASK ME whether I think the5 United Nations has lived up fully to ex pectations I would have to ans wer No But if you pursued your q u e s t i oning with this onj Should we abandon UN My answer would be an even quick er and more forcible No Recognizing that the world organization designed to insure peace hasnt measured up to all the goals set for it is oife thing Devising an alternative course of action for our naUorrand our world is something else Im on the conservative side when I say that within tHe past year Ive hadra hundred letters assailing UN and urging that States withdraw from it For some strange reason an inordinate proportion of these critical letters have reached me from Arizona In each case Ive acknowl edged the letter in what I hope was a courteous tone Iveclosed my note with this question After weve got out of UN what do you suggest we do Ive asked for a specific alter native course of action i And would you believe it To this t day I have not received of answer to my query or not person had the courage tpftwhatever it would takeT our age of nuclear power am outer space exploration we should try going it alone J Later in this visit with jou Ill be hive times in my editorials that ourUN troubles stem primarily from the fact that back in 1945 we sen a boy to doa mans job But a time Id like to colnsider some of these troubles Vhich have piled up for UN And start by noting that they havenl come singly Earlier this year the World Rule of Taw Center operated connection with the Duke Uni versity Law School at Durham a scholarly look at the crisis confronting UN and came up with what it deemed to be the eight main causes Here they are in capsule form 1 Controversy over the pro piety of the Congo operation 2 questions raised by the fi nancial emergency and a bond issue plan 3 Concern about the future of the General Assemblys vastly enlarged membership 4 Concern about the limita tions imposed by a Security Council veto 5 Concern about Russias insistance on a troika Sec retariat Lost prestige resulting from inaction in and Ber lin 7 The controversy over seat ing Communist China 8 Pressure for US 7 with drawal from UN in favor of concert of free nations While the Congo story is by no means ended the prospect of success at this moment is regarded as good by many knowledgeable observers Dag Hammarskjold in death was alas more honored than when he lived And his successor U Thant of Burma has exceeded fondest hopes How the difficulty created by the failure of a large number of UN members to pay dues and assessments will be re solved is still in doubt The mat ter is still being kicked around on Capitol Hill and the World Court hasbeen asked to give an opinion In the meantime however somebody has recalled an amazing bit of prophecy from early 1945 Beardsky Ruml who lived his boyhood at Cedar Rapids la was active in the founding of UN Meeting with a group in New York City one night he discussed the proposed organiza fwr of Ne Destroy rocket in atomic test Primary turnout light 1030 at polls here by 2 pm Same trend across Iowa DRIVER ON THE LAM Fred Ohliger niinus lifc stock car after it lost a wheel arid a shoes and one sock already has shed his burning at Tampa Fla Ohliger aveteran of 12 years of fac trousers as he escapes his flaming superrmodified ing was treated for second and third degree burns Mayor at French death scene Atlanta mourns 121 PARK CAP The grieving mayor of Atlanta arrived in Paris Monday to help1 identify bodies of cultural of his city vic tims of the Worst i singleplane disaster in Vviatiorihistory Mayor Ivan Allenhad set out onj his sad journey soon after an France jetliner crashed back to earth as it took off Sunday and burst into flame A total 121pas sengers 8 crewmen and Air Atlanta agent Investigators studied reports in dicating the plane developed some troubleas flown tneOrly Joints taieoff and the pilot tried unsuccessfully to brake1 to a halt 5 All the passengers wereAmerj cansand of the Atlanta Art Association en route home with happy memories and mementoes of tour galleries and gulled alive from flaming wreckage Kilt died ina hospital to inspect hfecenepf theraccidentimme csi S OnlytwdtAifFrance invthetail end ofthebig safety in theflarningcrashjit OrlyField outside Paris Asteward was Turn to Pago 2 No action on Intoximeter test jn Ibwd DESMOINES state Executive Council Monday de ferred for further study a re quest by the State Safety Depart ment for authority to purchase 50 Intoxtmeters to be used in a pilot program for scientific test ing of suspected drunken drivers State Safety Commissioner Carl Pesch had proposed using the de vicesin Franklin Butler Brem erv Hardm and Black Hawk counties i saidhis department has beenstudying for several months the possibility of enteringinto a pilot program to determine when a person is operating a motor ve hicle while the influence of alcohol The Intoximeter is a portable device whicrhj can determine whether a person is drunk by a breathing Ltest Severalmembers of theExecu tive Council questionedthe feasi bility of at this time t t s Secretary of State JMetvirt Syn borst said the program could be a highly controversial thing Why dont we wait until the legislature passes a1 bill permitting f this pro Thisis tarmatter for the legislature to State Auditor Chet Akers said there is no requiring a suspected drunkendriver to sub mit to a breathingtest so whats the use of having ft The Intoximeter units cost about 5 each Cerro GordoCounty au thorities andtheMason City po lice department already are test ing the device1 Newsman named to head Rotary LOS ANGELES P Miller prominentWest Coasl newspaperman Monday was named president of Rotary Inter national Miller Joseph A AbeyReadingvPa The president elect is executive director of the Pacific Coast edi tionofthe Wall Street Journal and president and publisher of the Patos Verdes Newspapers Inc of California N in a FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Trade plan approved WASHINGTON TheHouse Means committee formally approved President Kennedys request for broad new authority to cutor eliminate import duties in return for similar trade concessions abroad Venezuela revolt put down PUERTO CABELLO Venezuela Government troops completed a mopup of diehard rebels involved in an abortive revolt which President Romulo Betan court leftists Casualtieswere estimated at more than 400 reversed WASHINGTON The Supreme Court the convictionsof six Negroes on chargesof disturb ing the peace in connection withva sitin incident at a Shreveport La bus station Policy on speeches reviewed Undersecretary George W Ball told Senate inyestigatorsthat the State Depart ment hadtakenanuinber ofsteps In recent months improve itspVlicies in Preview of speechesby mil the department strict ly of such words as victory in reference to the cold war No plan to merge armed forces WASHINGTON Defense Secretary Robert McNamara assured House jrivestigators he Has no plans to set up a single service replacing the Army Navy and In any case he said such action would be absolutely impossible without first get ting theapproval of Congress Stocks due for O1 I inking spell develops NEW YORK stock market went into a sinking spell Monday inactive trading However the price fall and the trading volume were far more moderate than on the big days of last The decline and the slower trad ing out the expecta tions of some brokers who said the market was due for a rest after last ueeks frantic perform ances Analysts commented that a drop in prices could be expectec as the market attempts to form a base from which to launch an The decline was general with losses of key stocks ranging from a few cents to The more volatile issues encountemi rougher setbacks International Business Machines for example falling to early Monday afternoon The New York Stock Exchange ticker tapewhich last Tuesday ran more than two hours behind transactions lagged three min utes for a while in the morning and then caught up withtidentification of f thebodies he would for their told newsmenin tanemotion filled Voice that he1 had come to Franceunder particularly tragic conditions HeJ said the Atlanta had died in the acci dent Alien said he had come to Paris on behalf of the residents of TAUanta to view thescene of the crash and to hear official re ports accident i Pretty Francoise Authie one of the was so ast So sudden I didnt have time to realize what was going Witnesses Roland Hoche one of Air Frances most pilots apparently ried frantically to halt the air liner after engine trouble devel oped as roared down the run way but the plane was going too fast f The fourengine air liner a fewfeet then plunged to the ground and thun deredahead for 300 yards toward a cluster of homes in a village bordering the airfield Spouting f fames the jet smashed through a fence at the end of the runway and v raced wildly over a rolling wooded slope before coming cto a halt al the doorsteps of homes in the hamlet of Viiteneuvele Roi The takeofflustbefore 1 pjh was in clear bright of Paris sunniest days thissum mer The inspector generaTin charge of the investigation said he noted skid marks on the runway which indicated the pilot his brakes on for about 500 yards The smoul dering wreckage wassearched for the automatic recorder which wouldgive a clue to the planes final fatal seconds i Air France said the American built Boeing had flownin from NewYork only a few hours be fore andhad been inspected be fore the return flight It showed no trouble on the eastwardcross ing officials said The death toll of 130 was the worstin a singleplane crash in aviation history exceeding by one the number killed in a 1953 crash of a US Air Force C124 Gtobemasler near Tokyo BIG RED MEETING MOSCOW UP 1 East Ger man Communist Chief Walter Ulbrkht arrived from Berlin Monday the first ofthe Soviet blocleaders coming to Moscow for Communist summit meet ing The meeting was expected to discuss aid ttade and eco nomic cooperation as well a wider political questions With a light vote predictedl Vlason Cityans Monday cast 1030 ballots in the primary elec ion by 2 pm as compared with 1123 four years5ago and 1631 n the 1960 presidential election year The figure was far below the 3514 ballots cast in the record year of 1938 y With open until S pm here stillwas time for the voters to roll up a reasonable btal in the election w h 1c h should have special interest icre William Nicholas Clear Lake turkey grower is a can di4ate for the Republican nom ination for governor He op poses the present governor Norman Erbe There also is a four way con est for the office of constable in Mason City with only two jobs availableThe candidates on the Republican ticket are Julius N Cutler James M Me nJiSTr Bohn v The polling placet in Mason City are First ward 1st precinct School Administration Building 1st ward 2nd precinct works 2nd precinct Courthouse 2nd 2nd pre cmct McKinley School3rd ward 1st precinct Pntchards garage 3rd warded precmct Roosevelt Elementary School 4th ward S 4R garage4th ward 2nd precinct National Guard Armory tThe vote by precincts at 2 pm Prec 19SS JHO 1942 NorthIowa Decreasingcloudi ness Monday night lows in 50sPartly cloudy Tuesday w i d e I y scattered showers thunderstorms highsin 60s owa Partly cloudy through Tuesday widely scattered showers or v thunderstorms likely Anight lower 50s t northwest to lower 60s Highs Tuesday 60s north to middle andupper 70s i south Further outlook Partly cloudy warmer Wed nesday scattered showers thunderstorms FiveDay Temperatures r through Saturday to average near normal with minor daily changes Normal highs upper 80s south nor mal lowsjfmid50snortli to near 6CT south Precipitation to aver age to inches occurring as v scattered showere and thun derstorms throughout period Minnesota Cloudy through Tuesday Warmer highs on GlobeGazette WeatherData up to 8 n Maximum so r 51 IWIP IW2P U 141 163 222 212 107 118 201 165 2W2P 99 106 3WIP 227 284 3W2P 100 134 113 4WIP 188 252 117 4W2P 51 234 57 Most major cities in the state reported morning totals below totals for the same period in 1958 in which 293000 persons voted Early totals in Des Moires were slightly ahead of the 1958 pace but Burlington Mason City Davenport and Sioux City officials said totals were run ning behind the morning totals in the primary four years ago In some polling places ir Sioux City the early totals were only halfof the 1958 figures However weekend rains in most ofIowa were expected to keep farmers out of the field and boost the rural vote later in the day Voters were chosing thei candidates to run in next fall general election for US senator governor and a full slate of state and congressional offices They also were voting on controversial consti t u t i o n a amendment to change the meth od of selecting Iowa Supreme Court and District Court judges The polls opened at 7 amCST in cities where voter registration is and at 8 a m in the rest of the states precincts All polls close at 8 pm OFFICERS CHARGED SEOUL Korea The U S Army Monday charged two American lieutenants with un lawful detention and assault andbattery in the beating of a South Korean caught stealing at a front line base of the Isi Cavalry Division Davis W Swanson 25 Galesburg 111 and Thomas M Wilde 25 Wadsworth UK also were charged with giving false tcsti mony during an investigation in to the case Adevice falls into i 1 i r the ocean v Malfunction in Pacific r l f O 1 fi malfune ion tacking j systenv of a Thor missile caused failure early Monday of a U to deto nate a highaltitude huctear vice above Johnston 1 1 t I The missile was destroyed id flight only 100 seconds before nuclear warhead ploded C the Pacific and sank Precipitation Sunrise YEAR AGO x go Minimum 48 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Sunday t Maximum 57 Minimum 47 Buffalo Center man receives PHS post WASHINGTON Don ald J Galagan1 dental director of Jie commissioned corps of the Public Health Service Monday was named assistant surgeon gen eral Galagan a native of Buf falo Center Iowa has served with the public health service since 1937 SAME sifttj Flrar iBUek Flf MCMI to Fast S The Atomic Energy Commission and the there was no danger to personnel on Johnston Island elsewhere in themidPacific test zoriel r V i r J The Thor was launched ISfmin utes before the detona icn As it neared the finngfalti tuderbelieved to be 30 to 40 miles safety officer of Force 8 Bordered the Brocket strayed The only that the tracking system mal functioned Radios thVscount dowiipLckedmp Jhe Thor launch voice was nega rs no further wordj There had beten de lays the planned f submegaton blast A megaton to million tons of TNT The failure followed two 24hotn xtstpooements of the hetfirst of three or four blastsin current The postponements were not officially explainedbut reports inHonolulu blamed cloudy weather and possi ble technical difficulties Joint Task Force 8 had no word on when anothefshot will be at empted They want to analyze his one before iheysay anything further aspokesman said The United States went ahead with the shot despite a Soviet gov ernmentcharge from Moscow Sunday that the test would carry the nuclear arms face into outer space The Moscow complaint said the highaltitude blast could disrupt communications endanger future astronaut and change the A spokesman for Joint Task Force 8 said let them complain They know more about these tests han we do Thats what were trying to find out ELECTION ON Clear Lake had good reason to be an early bird atithe polls Monday Nicholas is opposingGov Norman Erbe for the Republican nomination for governor He also dropped in his ballot on the judicial reform matter f   

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