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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 30, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the VOL 102 Th c newspaper Aisoclatcd UnJled Prew International Full wirti IT Y GiO BE that makes all North I o wans MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JUNE 30 1962 HOME EDITION Difficult work ahead for Kennedy By JACK BELL WASHINGTON Kennedy may have to hit the campaign trail hard he expects to win in Novemberthe working majority he concedes he now lacks in Congress In words somewhat more severe than he has employed before Kennedy this week told his news conference that a share of the blame for the roadblocks his pro gram has encountered in the House rests on some Democrats who have been voting with Re publicans for 25 years Kennedys specific mention of 1938 as the inaugural date for the enduring Southern DemocratRe publican coalition pointed the fin ger at a select group among 19 House members who have been in Congress that long or longer Excluding the Republicans Kennedy could count only a few as Reps Howard W Smith DVa William M Colmer DMiss and Frank W Boykin D the implacable op position But the historicalminded Presi dent obviously was talking about the far wider range of conserva tives who have been elected in subsequent from the who how deny him a working majority on hiscon troversial bills Kennedy appeared to believe that to overcome this coalition the Democrats would have to win a bare minimum of six additional administration supporters in a House that now is divided 263174 In favor of Democrats over Re publicans This will take some doing in an offyear election since the party in control of the White House has lost ground in every such contest since 1934 With Republicans showing signs of resurgence Kennedy will Have to prove on theV campaign trail that he can rub some of his re puted high acceptable Democratic candi dates Churchill sleeps after operation By RAYMOND E PALMER LONDON hospital re port said Saturday Sir Winston Churchill 87 spent a comfortable night after an operation to fix his neig h b o rs 10c a of Two NO m thigh bone The added that he slept well report Philip H Newman senior ortho paedic consultant at the Middle PRESIDENTS RELAX President Kennedy of the United States and Pres ident Lopez Mateo of Mexico their first AP Pfaotofax formal Conversation behind them Sit dowirtolurich at the National Palace in ignores guards in Mexico MEXICO CITY dent Kennedy Saturday placed a wreath on the monument to Mexican Independence and ig noring security guards walked into the cheering crowd to shake hands with spectators It was the first direct contact between the President and the people of Mexico City who had turned out by the hundreds of thousands Friday to cheer his arrival Smiling and beaming nodding his greeting the President clasped hands and pressed for ward toward his bubbletop limousine The wreathlaying was the briefest ceremony of the 48hour presidential visit and began the most strenuous day in Mexico City for the President and his wife Sandwiched between the cere monies was a meeting with Mex ican President Adolfo Lopez Mateos to continue talks on Cuba and other hemisphere problems The ceremony1 caused a tre mendous traffic jam on Re forma Boulevard the main thoroughfare Lawyer Mateos is compromiser Vnlled Sportsloving Jnten but sex Hospital androne of the men of sports cars who performed the operation an swered the question the world was askingwhen he left for home Friday night The old man is all right he said Britons also took comfort from thefact that although a room was reported prepared at the hospital for Lady Churchill to be near her husband she spent the night at their home in Hyde Park Gate The wartime prime minister was reported to have fallen into a sound natural sleep after the 90minute operation Steel pins fun through the fractured ends of the bone near the left hip to hold them together JFK fourth president to visit Mexico MEXICO CITY ident Kennedy is the fourth US chief executive to visit Mexico The first was William How ard Taft who met with Mexi can president Porfirio Diaz in 1909 in a hands across the bor der meeting at the adjacent cit ies of El Paso Tex and Ciu dad Juarez MontefVey In 1943 President Franklin Delano Roosevelt visited Mon terrey Mexico and each Presi dent since then has visited the country In March 1947 President Harry S Truman visited Mexi co City President Dwight Eis enhower holds the visits to Mexico twice to bor der towns and once to Acapul co President Kennedys visit lo Mexico City is in return for a visit to Washington by Mexican President Adolfo Lopey Mateos in I960 f President Adolfo Lopez Mateos of Mexico is a lawyer whose service as labor minister made him known as the nations great compromiser and led to hiselection as chief execu tive Goodlooking and softspoken the plays host to President Kennedy during a threeday visit is especially fond Whenever he has the time Lo pez Mateos takes one of his three European sports automo biles out on the highway and zooms far ahead of his official entourage Duringworking hours how ever the President follows tra dition and uses the black limou sine that befits his office A school teacher turned pro fessional politician he won na tional prestige while labor min ister in the cabinet of President Adolfo Ruiz Cortines for skill in reconciling opposing points of view The revaluation of the peso from 860 to 1250 to the US dollarin 1954set off an infla tionary chain reaction that pushed Mexico toward eco nomic crisis But Lopez Mateos succeeded in meeting that crisis on the labor front where more than 50000 strike notices werefiled Not one major strike took place however and Lopez Mateos maintained that record for the following years ADOLFO LOPEZ MATEOS After becoming president he again demonstrated his political and parliamentary skill in hold ing together divergent factions by appointing all livingMexican ex presidents to government posts One of his many talents is as an orator It was this ability whichlaunched him on his po litical career in his native stale the State of Mexico which adjoins the federal district He won a national public contest when he was just 19 and scon was drafted as private sec retary of the government In stitutional Revolutionary Partv Other important appointments followed He headed the school which became the Mexico State University and represented Mexico at various international meetings in the United States Latin America and Europe He became a federal senator and of the PRI during the presidency of Miguel Aleman Lopez Mateos political phil osophy is described as liberal in the sense of acceptance of change and modification through revolutionary processes in soci ety In practice the slogan of he has utilized social justice which at one time was that ofa fascisttending group the Sinar quistas lie has also preached social peace This suggested a recon ciliation among social and eco nomic classes to avoid internal conflicts Internationally Lopez Mateos who has a keen interest in world affairs views his country as playing a vital role in the world community by exercising a moral influence on prevailing powertense conflicts The president is an avid read er He particularly favors his torical books from his big li brary in his fourbedroom house vuv u 11 nj jf 11 u I Jl in the San Jeronimo section of volume of production Mexico City Lopez Mateos and his wife and their 18year old daughter since he was labor minister Like Mexicans he is volume fond of folk music but the presagainst ident also likes classical music especially Beethoven SAME Sifetr Department IWbile FU Meaoj No Traffic Dttth IB Put 24 Hours Deaths predicted July holiday CHICAGO UPI Between 110 and 150 persons will die in traffic accidents across the country during the 30hour July 4th holiday the Nation al Safety Council predicts The Council also says 6000 to 8000 traffic injuries could be expected in the period from 6 pm Tuesday until midnight Wednesday Upturn in stocks for week NEW YORK UPIjThc stock market closed out the weekson an upturn that marked the first time since late April gains were posted for three consecutive trading sessions The advance on the New York Stock Exchange Friday was riol as impressive as Thursdays major rally but Wall Street was cheered by the continued upward trend Smaller gains on the big the days most active was up to on also showed board Wednesday Steel issues closed higher de pite news of sharp cutbacks n production planned y major manufacturers U S Steel stock 91100 shares The Dow Jones Industrial Averages picked up 393 points to close at 56128 Standard Poors index 500 major stocks closed at5475 inp 034 Turkey controls opposed WASHINGTON OR The Agri culture Department announced Friday that turkey producers urned down by a large margin a proposed national marketing order for turkeys in a referen dum held June 1822 Out of a national total of 7188 producers voting 3116 growers or 434 per cent favored the marketing order program Vot ng against the order were 4 072 producers or 566 per cent A marketing order program cannot be put into effect unless it is approved by at least two hirds of the growers voting in a referendum by number or by Those who voted in favor of he program represented a marketing volume in t m J3OX Avecita have lived there ever 845241000 pounds of live tur keys or 50 per cent of the total voted Those voting the order represented 144626000 pounds marketed in 1961 of turkey Red China defiant Fires biggest guns By JOHN RODERICK TOKYO China Satur day brushed off President Ken nedys call for a mutual renun ciation of force in the Formosa Strait after defiantly firing its most powerful display of artil lery power in 13 years within sight of the Nationalist offshore island of Quemoy The official New China news agency which speaks for the Peiping regime described Ken nedys call for renouncing force as a desire to see the Chinese people renounce their right to liberate their own territory of TaiwanFormosa Red China has repeatedly re jected a noforce agreement first preferred by President Eis e n h o w e r The Communists claim that the question of For mosa is an internal affair and that they cannot be restrained by an international agreement from taking steps against Pres ident Chiang Kaisheks Nation alist regime The Communist news agency made plain this posilionhas not changed Itsaid the Peiping press reported Kennedys state romise health care gains support in Senate By JOE HALL WASHINGTON bipar tisan plan for givinghealth care tll M to the aged through Social Sec u e m rityrity financing has been un veiled in the Senate and appears to have a good chance of passing And Democratic whip Hubert H Humphrey predicted that there was a possibility it would clear Pe VVred the House this vear would 8iven the benefits of the the House this year too A good big Senate vote would give it impetus in the House said the Minnesota senator The administrations health care plan has been bottled up in the House Ways and Means Commi tee a majority of whose mem bers appear to be against any Social Security health plan The new compromise picked up support of five Republicans as soon as it was explained to the Senate Friday bySen Clinton P Anderson DNM He described it as the product of weeks of negotiations to gather bipartisan backing It contains the same benefits as the Kennedy measure but would also coyer personsnot under So cial bring in private health insurance policies The only other time the Senate votedon a Social Security health insurance plan was in 1960 when it was defeated 5144 with only one Republican supporting it The Senate is to begin debating the of the most import ant of the 1962 sessionMn Mon day Andersons proposal will be of fered as an amendment to a Housepassed public welfare bill Anderson who has been carry ing the ball in the Senate for the President on the explosive health care his Republican backing largely because he agreed to write in an option feature covering private health insurance policies Thus a person reaching 65 ould elect to have his benefits handled by the Sofcial Security Ad ministration but he also could elect to continue with a private insurance plan if it gave him at least the same benefitsas the basic Social Security package If he took the option and needed uospitalization or other services he Social Security Administra tion would reimburse his company administrative costs Other key l It would be financed by an increase in Social Security pay roll taxes1 2 Its benefits are identical to administration nursing home care home health services and hospital diagnostic 3 The estimated 25million peo program along with the 15 million expected to be1 under Social Secur ity or the Railroad Retirement Act by 1964 when the plan would take effect Both those under Social Security and those outside it would get the benefits as a matter of right with no test for financial need Variable cloudiness with scattered showers and thuhder storms south and central Highs 8085 Warm and sunny Sunday Minnesota Partly cloudy Highs 8288 GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Saturday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Sunrise Sunset i YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 84 62 71 93 67 ments at his news conference Wednesday under pointing out that this reveals anew the canning and craftiness of US imperialism At his news conference Ken nedy directed words of warning at Peiping while commenting on the Red Chinese military build up Nationalist off shore islands of Quemoy and Matsu The United Slates will take the actionv necessary to assure the defense of Formosa and the Pescadores Kennedy declared But he also said a 1954 agree ment binding the Nationalises not to move against iRed China without US agreement is still in force I indicated that our in terests in this area isdefensive and we would like to have a re nunciation of the useof force Kennedy said The United States also reportedly told Chiangs government that it flatly op poses its threats 6a the Communists The Peiping press however emphasized what il Called nedys intimidating tone and re ports of the i departure of sev eraI frotri Japan for the Formosa Strait the very time the ChiangXaishek gang is feverishly preparingto invade the mainland Midsummer dream Pay TV premiere begins with plug from officials By RONALD E COHEN HARTFORDConn UPI A ihreeyear test of payasyousee elevisionhadits premiere here before300 subscrib ing families but assessment of the experiment will have to await public acceptance It may be many months before the first decodertype pay tele vision venture is declared success ful or unsuccessful Other sub scription television experiments have been attempted before but all utilized leased telephone vires to pipe broadcasts to viewers 0fficials ChannellS which has the Federal Communi cations ap proval to conductthe three year test said they hoped to have 5000 subscribers by January The ultimate success of the ven ture lies in how many subscribers are willing to spend how much money in return for first run movies sporting events broad way shows and programs unin terrupted by1 commercials Newton Minow FCC chairman said Friday night the attention of the entire communications world wilJ be focused on the Hart J f uukikAi j AUJL LJ JC 3 Equity arid a longtime advocate 75 cent weekly rental charge and of pay television said that 25 cents to for the ford for the next three years would be more than a city i will be a stage Bellamy Minow Gov John N Dempsey and vv 1 at in a kuuiUuny uu LUC icti for the cost of the payments plus frcl are He added pay televi runl 1 r l sion could justify itself by pro viding previously unavailable pro points of the comgramming and giving the public greater latitude of selection The first nights programming was kicked off by a yearold Old VicPJayers a DUD Sunrise at Campobello pet production narratmg a the life of Roosevelt resident Bellamy president of Nonsubscribers however will by have to pay if theywanttore Actors is the decoder a William Glenn Hartford mayor appeared on halfhour unscrambled introduc tion program New Horizons As a possibleindicationtofu ture acceptance of subscription switchboardof theultra high frequency c h a n n e i was swamped with phone calls from viewers who had seen the intro duction and wanted to be cut in on the movie A second feature was Shakespeares A Midsum mer Nights Dream with the voices of Richard Burton and the On the inside Editorials Page 4 Religion news 89 Mason City news 1011 Latest markets 11 Society news 12 Sports 1314 Building news1819 Clear Lake news North Iowa news 24 MEXICO TURNS IT ON Standing in an open limousine on a street surging with a wildly welcoming throng Presi dent Kennedy leans to shake the hand V of a woman wellwisher in Mexico City Church bells rang and the crowds 10 to 12 deep shouted Kennedy shows Upcoming r for the maxi mum price will be the FloydPat tersonSonny Listen heavyweight championship fjghfe from Chicago in September A billing tape is inside the de coder and the subscriber removes the tape once a month and sends it along vith a check for the pro grams watched tothe station A master tape remains inside the decoder The station pipes put its scram bled picture and the viewers tune in their decoder to a pre scribed code number to unscram ble their sends out picture The station an advance program listing Subscribers were most enthusi astic over the absence of com mercials One man said RKO General which is conducting the experi ment in association w i t h the Zenith Radio Corp picked a good time to start this We are faced with a summer of reruns and old films on commercial tele vision I think they have a good chance to provide us with some new and fresh entertainment Most families doubted pay tele vision could replace commercial video but seemed hopeful that the two could work side by side One subscriber said he doubted lis family would watch subscrip ion television every night but it will be nice lo have a wider range lo choose from U S ttrbring 7500 troops back from Europe WASHINGTON W The United States probably will with draw about 7500 Army troops From Europe this summer in formed sources said Saturday This would be the first reduc tion of US strength there since the Berlin crisis military build up last fall The men to be pulled back would be support troops quar termaster signal ordinance and the like TRY BEGINS VIENTIANE Laos UPI The pew coalition government Saturday appointed committees to police the kingdoms ceasefire and integrate its three lostile armies and civil adwin slrauons   

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