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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 29, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iotas Daily Newspaper Edited for Hw Home LOBEVjAZETTE HOME EDITION VOL 102 The newspaper t h a t m a ke s a 11 North 1 o w a ifs neighbors nd United mfcrnalional Ful Wire MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JUNE 29 W2 V 1wwe iw Paper ConsUU of Two ScclioiwScction One 121 Political pot in turmoil Ike views keen race By THE NEW YORK HERALD TRIBUNE NEWS SERVICE WASHINGTON Former Presi dent Eisenhower reportedly is tell ing friends that he regards no election this year as more im portant than Sen Thurslon Mor tons in Kentucky The Democratic nominee is Lt Gov Wilson Wyatt a political as sociatQ of Adlai Stevenson and a founder of the ultraliberal Ameri cans for Democratic Action The campaign could become a clear cut contest between the mod erate ideology of Sen Morton and the pronounced liberalism of Mr Wyatt Although Kentucky is normally Democratic the out come is expected to be close The Army and the Marines are fighting mad because the air force is trying to muscle into their ter ritory The Air Force is asking million to expand its guerrilla warfare forces If theres a strong chance it will Air Force would have 5000 guerrilla warfare specialists the same number au thorized for the Army Some people in Republican Na tional headquarters may be get ting chewed out this weekend When reporters seeking advance copies of a major address by for mer President Eisenhower in time to make early editions of Saturday morning papers called headquar ters they heard only a sweet re corded voice reporting the offices were closed until 9 am Saturday They could dictate a message for recording if they wished Few did L 7T 4f Otto PassmaniD La was telling a colleague r about his ef fort to explain hisvote for President Kennedyscontroversial Jax bill The explaining took place at a speech in Passmants district I explained it for15minutes he said and I had a main in the audience talking about running against me this fall If I had ex plained it for half an hour Id have had serious opposition Top Administration officials say privately that the pressures on Soviet Premier Khrushchev inside Russias governing circle are com ing more from the him to from the old hard line anti coexistence Stalinists on the Right The Ad ministrations major argument on behalf of aid to Poland and Yugo slavia is that to cut it off now would strengthen the position of the Rightists TT K TT The Presidents program in Coir gress is in tatters and some Sen ators now think that MrKennedy should send VicePresident John son back to fulltime duty on the Hill The VicePresident they argue should be given carte blanche as the Presidents per sonal representative operating oul of his old office which he still maintains and using his v a s t knowledge of what makes Con gress run to salvage at least some of the big bills President Kennedy told Aus traiian Prime Minister Menzies that U S experts now think there is a 70 per cent chance for Britain to enter the Common Market Afr Menzies was reassured on one point that the U S has no in tention of using its influence to hasten Britains entry at the ex pense of Australia and the other Commonwealth countries Trade in f stocks up active NEW YORK stock market resumed its upward course at the opening Friday in active trading Several leading stocks jumped off at prices or so above the close Thursday when the market scored its biggest gain since the spectacular rebound of May after the Black Monday break Brokers and analysts in Wall Street said the Thursday rebound was long overdue after eight con secutive sessions of losses Some also cited encouraging business news notably in the con struction metals and defense fields p S1 f j By VINCENT J BURKE Presi dent Kennedy scored the biggest egisiative victory of his admin stration when the House over whelmingly approved a bill that would give tariffcut than execu tive ever held The House passed the Presi first being moved tolf STlo glance it looks as thoughts house had cation via a bridge near Omaha found a home astride a railroad track JFK trad scores big i e law win dents trade expansion bill on a surprising 298125 vote and sent it to the Senate after defeating a Republican attempt to scuttle the measure The bill the first major revision in UStariff policy since enactment of the reciprocal trade program in1934 It is designed to help the United Dr Soblen future in Israeli hands By ERIC GOTTGETREU JERUSALEM Israeli Sector expulsion that could lodge him back in US hands seemed in prospect Friday for Dr Robert A Soblen bailjumping fugitive from life imprisonment in the United States as a So viet spy It was learned authoritatively that Prime Minister David Ben Gurions government is not will ing to grant Soblen a visa to stay in Israeland that his health per he is expected to be ousted soon The action may come before he is brought to trial on the allega tion of entering Israel with false charge which Soblen denies Cabinet machinery went into highest gear following the arrival Friday morning of a US State De partment request that Soblen be returned to the United States to start serving the sentence he was supposed to start Thursday DR ROBERT SOBLEN OLD MAN MOSCOW Moscow reported Friday that a farmer in Soviet Azerbaijan identified only as Muslimov has reached the age of 157 Iowa FiveDay Temperatures will average 3 to 5 degrees above normal through next Wednesday Normal highs 82 to 87 Normal lows 60 to 84 It will be cooler Saturday and warmer again Sunday or Mon day Precipitation will aver age light to moderate occur ring as showers or thunder storms intermittently through the period Amounts will run onehalf to threefourths of an inch Iowa Considerable cloudiness with scattered showers and thunderstorms through Satur day Locally heavy thunder storms south and central Fri day night cooler northwest lows 5560 north to the 60s south and cen tral Saturday highs in the 80s Further outlook Sun ny and warm Sunday Minnesota Fair through Satur day Cooler east and south Friday night lows near 50 extreme northwest to near 60 extreme southeast Cooler southeast Saturday GlobeGazette weather dat up to 8 am Friday Maximum 89 Minimum 62 At 8 am x 63 Precipitation 37 Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum 95 Minimum 66 Clarion fireman serves little girl from locomotive HANSELL ff TRobert IS7 Altwooll 50 of Clarion fireman on a Chicago and North Western train saved alittle child from I death or serious injury Thursday when he pushed her away from the moving locomotive The girl 1yearold Leslie Kelly daugh ter of Mr and Mrs Jack Kelly Hansell was standing only inches away from the track Altwooll sprinted along the en gine catwalk leaped out and grabbed the child The train was moving about 10 miles an hour Jtates meet the trade threat raised by Europes sixnation Com mbu Market On the crucial vote 210 Demo crats voted with 43 Republicans against the substitute Voting for it were 43 Democrats and 12 On the vote on passage ofthe Kennedy bill there were enough Democratic votes to pass the bil without GOP help Voting for i were 218 Democrats and 80 Re publicans Against were 35 Demo ats and 90 Republicans Barred from amendments and orced to choose between the two measures many congressmen who objected to certain features final y voted for the administration bill rather than deny the Presi dent new tariffcutting authority The trade hill which the President the fu ture of the country now goe to the Senatewhere the financ Committee is expected to star hearings the week of July 8 The present trade program expires at midnight Saturda but this is purely academi It tariffcutting authority alread has been exhausted and no tariff reductions could be mad point noted by con gresmen in arguing for its ex tension The protectionist opponent urged the House to approve th GOP proposal while they triei to determine which way th economy was going But a ma jority of the House heeded th Presidents warning that th trade program must be re jiggered now The President said he must b armed with unprecedented tar iffcutting powers so he can ne gotiate for bigger sales o American products to Europe Common Market On the inside Editorials Comics Band page Society newj Mason City news Latest markets Sports TV section Clear Lake news North Iowa news Page 4 7 89 1011 U 13 1516 1779 22 Approve funds for area plans WASHINGTON Ur ban Renewal Administration said Thursday it has approved a grant of to aid the Iowa Development Commis sion in preparing plans for the economic growth of Bremer County and the communities of Clinton and Osage CILLERS GENEVA Switzerland m Th World Health Organization says a least 15 billion of th worlds population are carrier of virulent tuberculosis bacilli eace approaches M on Algerian front KOM OUK WJKE SERVICES ORAN steps oward MoslemEuropean recoil iliation were under way Friday s Europeans in this battered city repaied for a Moslem admin itration to take over soon But as a committee met to fos r good will Europeans still lacked their belongings to flee and flames leaped into the sky from ahuge fuel oil fireraging lor the 5th day in the dock Srea The latest and most pointed reconciliation movement was re ported late Thursday by a French government spokesman He said a crosssection group of Euro peans met with Moslem counter parts and later issued a statement urging both communities to work together in Harmony for the future The meeting also produced a 23 member reconciliation committee half European half Moslem This committee arranged what it hoped might be a massive meeting in the citys main square Saturday Mexicans jubilant in welcome for US President MEXICO CITY Kennedy received a massive wel come Friday as he arrived in this estive capital and called on Mex co and the United States to carry on common revolutionary tradi ions by waging a new battle for economic and social progress Hundreds of thousands of Mex Operation for Winston in London LONDON AP Sir Winston Churchill was operated on Fri day night for his fractured left t hi g h Middlesex Hospital an nounced The announcement was made following Churchills return by special jet ambulance plane from Monte Carlo where he suffered the injury in a fall in his hotel room Thursday Churchill came back to London with his leg in a cast but in good humor He waved to crowds and gave the VforVictory sign as he was transported from London air port to the hospital A hospital official reported he was wheeled intoan operating room in Londons big Middlesex Hospital riot long after he was brought by jet ambulance plane from the Riviera He suffered the injury there when he fell while getting out of bed Thursday morn ing Doctors decided on the opera tion after study and consultation Two leading orthopedic sur Herbert John Seddon and Dr Philip H given theassignment of attempt ing to mend the break probably by inserting a pin at or near the hip Extend excursion air rate in Iowa WASHINGTON Aeronautics Board approved Thursday the proposal of Ozark Airlines to extend its 10day lo cal excursion fare to additional cities in Illinois and Iowa and to postpone the expiration date from Aug 1 o Oct 1 cans massed at the airportand along the motorcade route as the US chief executive and his wife anded for a threeday visit south of the border The main streets were gay with Japer Mexican and US lastily repaired after a night downpour Welcomed by President Adolfo opez Mateos Kennedy delivered a brief airport speech keyed to he burgeoning cold war over aim America that is posed by Marxist Fidel Castro of Cuba Mexico and the United States he said in his speech as pre pared for delivery are both chil dren of revolution who share a more than 2000miles of peaceful border Both the Mexican and the American revolutions he said had a common passion forthe expansion of social justice eco nomic opportunity national inde pendence and personal freedom t6day7he is to complete the work of revolu tionary ancestors to carry for ward a hemispherewide Alliance of Progress to win a better and more abundant life for the people of the Americas This task is as Vast and heroic he declared as thai undertaken by Washington and Hidalgo by Juarez andLincoln He referred to Miguel Hidalgo the Mexican revolutionist who died in 1811 and Benito Pablo Juarez the Mexican hero presi dent of the last century The task he said required con tributions by industrialized couri tries to nations seeking develpp ment and basic social reforms to share the fruits of progres with all SAME Iowa Department Means Traffic in Iisl 71 Hours PRESIDENT The Rev Dr Franklin Clark F r y 61 of New Rochelle N Y is the president of the new Lutheran Church in America Dr vFry long headed the United Lu theran Church biggest of the Jour groups merged in De troit to create the new denom ination Six lowans serve in new church DETROIT lowans two clergymen and four laymen have been elected to the various key agencies of the newlymerged Lutheran Church in America The clergymen and their post tlons are the Rev A Ejnar Fars triip executive council and the Rev Alfred J Beil board of pen sions Both are from Des Moines Elected to serve as lay leaders are James S Brown Des Moines board of American missions Mrs Enok Mortensen Des Moines board1 of college education anc church vocationsMrs A L Langhoff Ottumwa board of so cial ministry and Mrs Walter A Voss Sioux City board of world missions Children killed in car mishap LAKE VIEW ff Two chil dren and a man were dead Fri day as a result of a twocar ac cident on Highway 71 three miles east of here The victim of Thursday nights collision were Hurndon Wilton Schune man 50 of Yettcr and sisters Cherie Jo Julius 5 and Tam mie Julius 18 months day before the selfdetermi nation vote The Moslem National Liberation ront FLN called on Oran Euro peans to forget the things that divide us We offer you a brotherly and oyal hand dont hesitate to ac cept it said a tract circulated in he western port city Come to us Our neighborhoods are largely open to you Your safety is abso utely guaranteed Trie tract appeared as the ves tiges of organized resistance to Algerian independence appeared to have crumbled with the disap pearance for parts unknown of exGen Paul Gardy and the rest f the Secret Army Organization lierarchy which once swore to keep Algeria French Dear the tract saidlet us together make the indispensable effort to forget the things that divide us None of us is unaware that that effort will be immense andit must be of the measure of the great tasks that await us We think only of what can unite us in order to accom plish them Lale Thursday night informed sources said some 300 diehard OAS terrorists who had refused to end the bombings and arson in Oran even when so ordered by 3AS leaders have now given up in despair and are fleeing the city A column of black smoke that filled the air of half the city was testimony of 18 months of intense animosity The fire set Monday by European Secret Army Organiza tion flared up anew Thursday night despite millions of gallons of water being hosed into anarea of aboutthree acres of flame still harboredfearof retaliation ly the Moslem major ity or at least an overexuberant victory celebration July l or the day after Remaining activists have tried toVdye their hair and otherwise change their appearance Those who believed they have nothing to fear from the Moslems were out wardly calm But as one man said We may all have our throats cut yet Siamese twins die in surgery CLEVELAND Ohio OP mese twins Ann Marie and Amy Michelle DefayeUe failed to sur vive an operation to separate hem Thursday at University Hospital The twins daughters of Mr and Mrs Robert Defay ette of Sandusky were deliv ered by caesareansectionj in Providence Hospital at San dusky April 6 and later moved to the hospital here They were joined just below the chest PAPER DIES DUBLIN UPI Evening Mail Dublins oldest newspaper will cease publication within the next few weeks it was announced Thursday The newspaper blamed rising costs CRASH TAKES GRIDDERS LIFE This is the scene of an accident in Marshalltown which took the The crash occurred at a street nfe of James G Helgens 21 an outstanding end on story Page 13 last falls State University of Jowa football team V AP intersection   

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