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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 7, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             Doily Newspaper Edited for the VOL 1W The newspaper Associated Pnii United lotenuttonal Full Wire BEGAZETTE that makes oil North lowans neighbors MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JUNE 7 W2 HOME EDITION 10e Paper of Two The SOP reshapes platform Medical aid is big issue By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGaiette Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTON The new re publican policy statement is really an updating of the 1960 GOP plat form Rep Melvin Laird Wis man of the Joint Committee on Republican Policyand principles said in anticipation of the posi tion paper that the restatement was needed because so many things had changed in the past two tears Specifically he cited new situations in Cuba and West ern Europe The sevenpage statement was drafted by a 12member commit tee and approved by caucuses of all Republicans in the House and Senate It included this harsh indict ment of administration foreign policy Despite this nations position as the mostpowerful on earth the bankruptcy of its leadership was shown at critical times in the past year It was shown in Ber lin and Cuba It was shown in the hesitancy to resume nuclear testing when our national secu rity demanded it It was shown in the bluster followed by whimper ing in respect to Laos Within the last 18 months a Communist military base has been established 90 miles from the coast of Florida The tragic ti midity of those who withheld needed support from the Cuban patriots dispatched to free their country permitted the Communists to achieve their greatest triumph Jn a decade We should never tolerate such a failure Excerpts from the position pa were released Thursday It called for a thorough overhaul ol the tax system without speci fically mentioning tax reduction and fer a new direction for pub lic policy in order to advance the cause of freedom at home and throughout the Firing directly at President Kennedy the Republicans said The oftheard campaign cry Get America Moving Again has become a hollow echo The statement also The current administrationhas shown little understanding of or concern for institutions that but tress freedom at tion of the powers checks and balances state and local respon sibility and a free competitive economy It has demonstrated neither the wit nor the will to meet ef fectively the assault of interna tional communism or freedom The Republicans asserted that the overriding issue before the American electors in 1962 is Which party acts more effec lively to preserve and enlarge human freedom The Republicans want an amendment to the Communica tions Act of 1934 that would per mit national television debates during the 1962 congressional cam paign similar to the Kennedy Nixon debates of two years ago Inevitably the subject came up a recent press conference at which President Kennedy was asked whether he would be willing to debate domestic issues with former President Eisenhower on television Kennedy replied rather jauntily that neither f would be candidates this year but then went on to say more seriously I have already stated that I would debate if I were a candidate In 1964 against whoever I was running against and I havent heard any suggestionthat we de bate this time What next fall will bring we will have to wait and see The domestic issue on which the DemocraticRepublican ckfcv age is perhaps sharpest is obvi ously the question of medical care for theaged No compromise ap pears possible despite the several alternatives that have been in troduced Former President Eisenhower spoke for his party on May 21 when he declared I believe the proper approach the voluntary not the compulsory approach under the Social Security system Because they are opposed to the Kennedy bill Republicans in the words of GOP national chairman William Miller are loudly and falsely accused of not caring the problems of the Photofax TURNS Probstein who disappeared seven years ago turned up unexpectedly before a Federal Grand Jury in Washington investigating his relations with Teamster president James R Hoffa Probstein onetime St Louis attorney set up a taxi busi ness in Indianapolis in 1954 with money furnished by Hoffa Fateful decision Saves his not son WHITE ROCK Sp UPI Farmer Norman Doll had only seconds to decide Doll father of 10 was plant ing a field at his northeast South Dakota farm here Wed nesday His son and aneigh bor girl were seated on the bank of a creek dangling theirfeet in the stream He heard cries and glanced dyerjtoward the creekThe bank had given way dropping the two children into the wa Iri the stream swollen to a 7foot depth by heavy rains Doll saw his son Dennis il and a neighbor girl Judy Lehman 14 struggling for their lives Doll never hesitated He raced to the stream dived into the water and swam to the girl The farmer towed her to safety Then Doll returned to the stream for his son But the swiftmoying water had closed over the boys headand swept bis body down stream Dennis drowned Soviet bloc in economic parley MOSCOW Leaders of seven European countries in the Soviet bloc went into their second session today to unite and coordi nate their economic efforts Doors were barred to outsiders renegade the meeting that may bring forth a Red counterpart to the flourishing West European Common Market Moscow newspapers made bare mention of the secret conference but the Soviet government news paper Izvestia already had under scored that the time has come for more centralization of the Red blocs economies studied Ted cornered at conclave FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES SPRINGFIELD Mass Ted Kennedys political opponents charged hat the Kennedy ad ministration has turned on the heat here to help him win the Democratic nomination for U S senator The Democratic state conven tion opened Thursday with Ken nedy seeking the nomination against Edward J McCormack Jr House Speaker John W McCormack Both are backed by powerful Massachu setts machines and both are young and aggressive But the fightis getting rough and Irish eyes arent smiling McCormack charged that the Kennedy administration while outwardly keeping hands b f f actually has been going all out for Ted He said William C Hartigah had assist ant postmaster general to come here to campaign for Kennedy and thatthree from North Adams have been prom ised the job of local postmaster McCormack said he had docu mentary evidence of Kennedy administration pressure on the delegates and that some of it would jeopardize President Ken nedys chances for reelection But when he was asked to pro duce ithe declined I dont want to win the elec tion for senator and lose the presidency for the Democratic party in 1964 or have my doc uments used as campaign ma terial in 1964 he said McCormack challenged Ken nedys voting record by assert ing that he had voted only three times in Jhe nine years that he has been eligible to cast a bal lot K en n e d y disputed the charge V McCormack said he had a tape recording of a Kennedy news conference last March in which Ted asserted that he had voted everytime since I turned 21 McCormack said records in Boston disprove this The at torney general was preparing to play the tape recording when he discovered that the available machine at the wrong speed He said he would gel another machine and play it later To the best of my recollec tion I have voted in three of the last four statewide and na tional elections Kennedy said I voted in the primaries and the general elections in 1958 and 1960 I voted for the attorney general I believe I voted in the election of 1954 but the Statehouse informed me that therecords for that year have been destroyed I did not vote in 1956 I did not vote in the Boston city elec tions while Iwas in school or while out of the state working for my brother the Presi TEDS AUTOGRAPHEdward Ted graphs program for Shirley Saracina at Agawam Mass Democratic Womens Club annual dinner where he was their guest speaker KennedyMs a can didate for the US Senate running against Atty Gen Edward J McCormack HESOUTBEFORE GAME AT Richard didnt make it to the opening game While he Hell be oTo action Galls Red trade ban win rr FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WAMlNGTON UMdersec StiteGeorge W Ball said that denying aid to Communist Yugoslavia would constitute a no win policy in the cold wa rJ because it would dash all hope for proWestern elements there Ball the statement fore a Senate subcommittee less North Iowa Considerable cloudi ness and cool with occasional showers and thunderstorms Thursday night and Friday Lows Thursday night in low 60s Highs Fridayin low 70s Iowa J Cloudy and cooler with oc casional showers and thunder storms Thursday night and Fri day Lows Thursday night in low 60s Highs Friday near 70 Further outlook Little change expected Saturday Minnesota Mostly cloudy show ers Highs Friday in 70s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Thursday Maximum 74 Minimum 59 8 am 64 Sunrise Sunset than 24 hours after the Senate adopted an amendment 5724 aimed at Poland and Yugo slaviawhich would ban aid for alt Communistdominated na tions i The State Department official was replying to questions by Sen Strom Thurmond DS C who has leveled the no win charge at State Department policy Senate Democratic leaders hoped to muster enough votes to turn back a second challenge to President Kennedys bil lion aid proposal by Sen Bourke B Hickenlooper R lowa to trim million from the measure Party leader Mike Mansfield terror retiirns Truce ends in flames ALGIERS AP The Secret Army Organization renewed terror campaign Thursday after a sevenday truce mowing down Moslems burning down the main building of Algiers University and setting fire to the town hall and police station in a suburb Three phosphorous bombs start ed a roaring fire in the science and medicine building l of Algiers University Algerias main seat of learning Leaping flames were brought undercontrol two hours after the fire started The main building with its laboratories and libraries was gutted but the blaze was kept from spreading to adjacent buildings It was the most spectacular city fire in the secret armys ef rorts to turn Algeria into scorched earth before theMos lems take over an independent Algeria this summer Thursday afternoon police re ported the town police station on the hilltop El Biar sub urb were set fire Hundreds of Europeans watched he university fire from theside walks of the adjacent streets tfany motorists passing by blew heir car horns to the fivebeat ilogan Algerie Francaise Ak eria is This looks like July 14 shout id a man beaming He referred o the French Revolution in 1789 when crowds burned the rison EarlierThursday European ter orists struck at groups of Moslems with pistol andmachinegun at tacks killing four Moslems YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 70 61 Empty gesture soys lowan of tax cut talk DETROIT Sen Jack Miller RIowa says that sooth ing tajk of tax cuts by adminis tration spokesmen will not head off the divorce between President Kennedy and private business Talk of tax cuts without econ omy in federal government spend ing is an empty gesture Miller said Wednesday in a speech at a luncheon session of the National Republican Finance Committee SAME DATEmi251 Mont said do his best to defeat the Hickenlooper move Ball a witness before the Sen ate subcommittee which has been studying alleged muzzling military leaders asked for a few minutes to put the Yugoslav perspective Although he did not specifically mention Wednesdays Senate ac tion Ball said the United States in an era of nuclear stalemate must work with the great his toric trends which I am con vinced are working on our side This means he said working towards opening up the closed Communist societies Ball said the Yugoslavs are a proud people who have de N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES No comeback for Grace Grace now has decided not to appear ina new movie Marnie in Hollywood since directorAlfred Hitchcock has delayed shoot ing from this fall until next year Hassle in Estes probe t WASHINGTON A House subcommittee de layed resuming its hearings on the Billie Sol Estes case and argued instead over whether to fire Robert L Manuel a staff attorney Manuel counsel to Re publican members of the subcommittee drew the wrath of Democrats by allegedly leaking a secret Agriculture Department report on the Estes case to the New York Herald Tribune last week RuandaUrundi is topic UNITED UN General Assem bly resumed its 16th annual session to debate whether to fix July 1 as independence day for Bel gium s troubled African trust territory of Ruanda described by some delegates as a potential little Congo Laos princes confer three rival princes of Laos gathered in rebelheld territory for what may be the last chance at settling the troubles of this Southeast Asian kingdom Prince Bonn Oum the pro Western premier flew from Vientiane to meet neu tralist Pnnce Souvanna Phouma and Pathet Lao red Prince Souphanouvong Waitsee on tax cut WASHINGTON President Kennedy was re ported to have adopted a waitandsee attitude on the question of an immediate tax cut to pep up the econ omy not foreclosing the possibility of such action before Congress adjourns Kennedy was said to have no immediate plans to ask Congress for a tax cut veloped an economic system quite different from standard Communist doctrine Yugoslavia does 70 per cent of its trade with Western nations the Yugoslav state does not own all property and Western ideas flow in by unjammed radio he said Admittedly this is a Commu nist country Ball said butcdm ing up the new generation these people are Westernori ented Mansfield introduced an amend ment designed to preserve a pro gram covering shipments of sur plus farm products abroad It was expected to draw strong Re publican support in a reversal of sentiment from when the aid ban was voted Senate GOP leader Everett M Dirksen III said discussions of how to modify the aid ban were started when some farm state senators began griping be cause it would halt all surplus food shipments to Yugoslaviaand Poland The Mansfield move would specify that nothing in the billion aidbill would bar surplus farm shipments to any country which the President rules is not participating in any policy or pro gram for the Communists conquest of the world SCRUBADUB WASHINGTON yearold Todd Thompson crawled into a coinoperated washing machine Wednesday His mother ran up and saw him being tumbled and swirled in side She got him out after he had been in the machine about five minutes He was a little bruised and scratched but ex tremely clean Only the Newspaper ONLY THE NEWSPAPER can reach the heights of good reporting that todays fast pace requires You can keep up with the world if you read a newspaper The precarious truce whidi he city a nejy life dur ing the past seven days thus came o a shattering end Inthe administrative capital of Rocher NOMV east of Algiers French officials received the news of the new terror war In dark pessimism They are destroying the last hance of reconciliation with Mos ems one official said The European undergrounds commando squads went back into action shortly after French government executed two Secret Army killers at a fort outsideof Paris They were the first Secret Army activists sent before a fir ng squad but it did not seem ikely that the killings in Algiers were manifestations of Secret Army resentment at the execu tions ExGen Edmond Jouhaud he Secret Armys No 2 leader until his capture in Marchre mained in the Paris death row he had shared with the two men executed Thursday There wasan ndication that President De Gualle would spare Jouhauds life The Secret Army announced he end of its sevenday truce in Jie slaughter of Moslems with a pirate broadcast Wednesday night reporting a deadlock in its con acts with the Moslem national sts Esquamulose is stumper spelling bee ends in draw WASHINGTON AP Offi cials called the national spelling jec a draw Thursday and crowned Michael Day of Hardin I1U and Nettie Crawford of Roswel NM as cochampions The decision was reached after the two with all the rest of the Tield of 70 eliminated had en jaged in more than an hour of lead and head wrestling with words that grew stranger by the round The contest was halted when neither could spell properly the word esquamulose which means a smooth skin or without scales Twice beforein 1957 and in 1950cochampions were named On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 74f Sports 1112 Latest Markets14 Mason City News 1415 Comics H Clear Lake North Iowa News 11 t   

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