Saturday, August 11, 1962

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 11, 1962, Mason City, Iowa North lowag froily Newspaper for The VOL 102 news paper AciocUUd tad UalUd InUnutioiimJ ruU LCIM ITY OLOBE that makes ali North lowans 1 MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY AUGUST 11 HOME EDITION neighbors 10c paper ConiiiU of Two No 157 r Soviets put 3rd cosmonaut in orbit s Japanese saner than Yankees Behind US in industry By JACK RUSSELL Ntw York Herald Tribune News Service TOKYO Americans are more neurotic than Japanese and are likely to remain that way This is the opinion of Japanese psychiatrist Dr Akira Omi ex ecutive secretary of the Health Administration Study Council in Tokyo Dr Omi disclosed that in studies among Tokyo and factory workers he found that one pen cent suffered from neurosis one half per cent needed psy chiatric treatment and four per cent of the urban population can be assumed to have neurotic tendencies However he said that statistics available here from America showed five per cent of all Amer icans were neurotic two per cent required psychiatric care and 20 per cent of the entire population had enurotic tendencies Dr Omi who believes that neurosis is on the increase in Jap an said the cause was increasing urban ization industrialization and modernization Ke pointed to the Tokyo sky lines An ugiy conglomeration of tightly packed buildings with streets choked by noisy traffic in which 10 million people now live v The Japanese doctor saidthe Japanese find this environment new and are untrained to cope with conflicts in this new way of life He said the definition of neurosis was the same everywhere That it occurred when an individuals anxieties reached the point where his daily adjustment to life was disturbed Dr Omi said that the problem of man against machine was a new and heavy burden He said a Japanese still using the ancient abacus for mathematical calcula tions is liable to feel isolated and alone in an office with com puters and adding machines When asked why the Japanese rate of neurosis was lower than in the US he said We are be hind industrially compared to the US Despite Japans gigantic strides in industrial growth Dr Omi doubted if the Japanese would ever become as neurotic as Amer icans reportedly are Emphasizing the significance of infancy and childhood in emotion al development On Omi said The upbringing of children is entirely different in the two na tions In Japan the mother keeps her baby with her almost con tinuously by even strapping him to her back when she goes abou the house or outside he said When the Japanese baby i hungry he is fed and the mothe does not follow the American practice of nursing on schedule baby Khrushchev talks with man in space By ROBERT J KORENGOLD MOSCOW Soviet Union put its third man in space Saturday and appeared to be planning to keep him there for days if all goes well Seven hours after the 32yearold bachelor cosmonaut was launched the Russians said he had made at least four orbits of the earth The Russians also coupled their launching of a third man in Andrian an appeal to the United States to halt all highaltitude nuclear tests The appeal said it was known that such tests could jeopardize the safety of the Soviet cosmonaut The Russians have set off at least three nuclear tests in a current underway in Si beria and the Arctic but which have not been announced to the Soviet people The United States recently conducted a scries of high altitude nuclear tests in the Pacific but except for the possibility of one or two more the series is completed Actually at his announced BY THE PRESS One missile goes astray Other AOK EISENHOWERS VISIT LONDON CA President Dwight Eisenhower and his wife Mamie enter St Pauls Cathedral in London for an Photofax visit Saturday Following them up steps is their granddaughter Barbara Ann Eisenhower block space filibuster WASHINGTON S e n a t e aders filed a debatelimitation etition Saturday in a move to reak a filibuster against the dministrations communications atellite bill The petition which must get pproval of a twothirds major y of senators voting will auto matically come to a vote under ic Senates rules one hour after he Senate meets on Tuesday Democratic Leader Mike lansfield of Montana sent the etition to the desk after declar ng that opponents of the bil ave given no indication tha iiey are prepared to permit de ate to come to a close Before killing the petition lansfield tried and failed to ge unanimous consent to limit de ate Sen Russell B Long D a one of the small group o Democrats fighting the HouseYEAR AGO Thus Japanese not frustrated When asked if he were con cerned that the United Stales the power of the free world had such a reportedly high rat of neurosis Dr Omi said certainly dont believe America leaders are neurotic But if Americans fare badly a home they fare even worse Japan according to another Jap anese medical official Dr Kan Saito President of th Kaijo Building Clinic in Toyk said he had a number of Ame lean patients suffering from neuroses bred in the Japanese en vironment in which they had work The pace of PARTLY CLOUDY Iowa Partly cloudy Sunday with scattered showers and thunderstorms in the extreme eastern portion Turning cooler of the state in the west traveling speed Nikolayey should have made five orbits by the lime the Soviets announced his third orbit Nikoiayev a onetime umber jack was launched from an un designated place in the Soviet Union aboard the spaceship Vos ok III There was no word of vhere or when he would be brought back Nikolayev was reported to have withstood the blastoff with out ill effect and to be feeling well At one point he spoke by twoway radio with Soviet Pre mier Nikita Khrushchev vaca Lioning oh the Black Sea coast They exchanged felicitations and congratulations Feeling well Nikolayev in formed Khrushchev i congratulate you and I am proud that you have done The United States fired two ballistic missiles a success the other a opposite sides of the continent At Vandenberg Air Force Base Calif footlong fragments of an advanced Atlas F missile intentionally blown up when it strayed off course spattered a wide section of the Santa Maria Valley northwest of Los Ange les Meanwhile a Polaris A2 rock et was launched successfully at Cape Canaveral Fla in a test of components for the ad vanced A3 submarine model hotofax this brave Premier feat replied the and central parts Sunday Lows Saturday night from the 50s in the northwest to the 60s in the southeast Minnesota Variable cloudiness Saturday with scattered show ers Warmer in the east and central sections Clearing and cooler Saturday night Highs mostly in the 80s except in the 70s near Lake Superior GlobeGazette weather Demand resignation of Guido BUENOS AIRES Argentin rebel struggle against Argentinas army leadership Sat urday developed a call for the resignation of President Jose Maria Guido who had been run ning the country with military guidance Guido must resign declared a spokesman for Maj Gen Federico Toranzo Montero who set off the latest intraservice feud WednesAency Tass said On his third day There is no other solution tnP he Paid ms respects to THIRD COSMONAUT Andrian Nikolayev was identified by the Soviet News Agency Tass as tha cosmonaut aboard Russian spaceship Vostok III He is the third Soviet cosmonaut to be placed jn orbit Two new corporations direct Fashion Farm Moscow Radio broadcast the exchange throughout the Soviet1 Union Nikolayev was sending greet ings to various continents as he whirled around the globe once each 885 minutes according to the official Soviet announce ment His high point in orbit was 156 miles and the low about 113 miles At the beginning of his second orbit Nikolayev sent greetings to Africa the Soviet News The Air Force said strong winds blew particles of the At las over the mainland after the intercontinental rocket was ex ploded 35 miles off the coast No injuries or damage were reported Officials asked residents not to touch the pieces of debris possibly contaminated by acid Witnesses said the only Atlas model stored in a silo before launch vanished in a bright ball of orange flame followed by a jar ring roar heard for miles The goal of the giant missile was a target area nearWake Is land 4000milesdown the Pa cific missile range The Polaris missile said the Navy streaked to its targe 1500 miles away after a ground i launching up to 8 am Saturday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation Sunrise Sunset passed bill objected The Senates debatelimitation rule has not been successfully nvoked since 1927 despite nu merous attempts during filibust ers against civil rights meas ures Earlier this session two votes were taken on petitions to shut off debate adminis trations voter literacy test bill and failed to muster even a ma jority The measure then was put aside Long said he had an eighthour speech ready for Saturdays ses sion He had spoken Friday as opponents of the measure re sumed a filibuster interrupted by 10 days of committee hear ings and called the bill as crooked as a barrel of worms Mansfield said was submit Maximum Minimum data 79 60 66 73 85 59 ting the debatelimitation peti tion on the communications satellite bill on behalf of lican Leader Everett M Dirk sen ofIllinois as well as himself Grafton man to die after crash William Wirtjes 44 died at a Mason City hospital Friday afternoon of injuries received in an auto accident last Saturday night in which his wife was also killed He was the father of seven chil dren Funeral services will be Mon day at 2 pm at the Emmanuel Lutheran Church at Grafton withthe Rev Otto Zwanziger officiating Burial will be in the Grafton Cemetery with Bride Funeral Home Manly in charge Mrs Wirtjes funeral was held Tuesday for us The spokesman is Col Caries E de Moori Koenig intelligence offi cer for a rebel movement which claims support of85 per cent of the Argentine army Rebel troops moved up from po sitions on the north side of Buenos Aires Friday night while loyal units were poised on the other side But the navy intervened to keep the opposing forces separat ed while government officials and military officers conferred The rebel march was halted The meeting broke up about dawn with nothing decided except to extend the holdfire for a few more hours A rebel spokesman Said the GuidoTpranzo Montero meeting proved unsatisfactory Gen Toranzo Montero accepts nothing the spokesman said He said the resignations submittec within the cabinet apparently in eluding that of Defense Minister Jose Luis Cantilo are not Europe and conveyed greet ngs to the loyal friends of my country from the peoples of he socialist states A few hours after Nikolayev began his space journey an official Soviet Government ap peal was made to the United States not to jeopardize the safety of the Russian space man by any high altitude nuc lear tests The appeal said in part The common interests of allj countries in the exploration of outer space for peaceful pur poses unquestionably impose definite obligations on all states By CHARLES W WALK GlobeGazette Farm Editor MESERVEY Two new cor porations have been formed to operate Fashion FarmSwine Improvement Assn the nations largest livestock leasing corpor ation according to Carroll Mor ris Fashion FarmsSIA presi dent and general manager The purpose of the formation of the two new corporations attle Owners Corp and Swine Owners Corp is to liquidate the easing operation of Fashion sets at the farm Morris says shouldtotalabout He will meet with creditors soon Morris says to discuss continuation of the farms oper ation This means in particular that states must refrain from carrying out any measures which could in any degree hin der the exploration of outer space for peaceful purposes or endanger the cosmonauts flight The government of the So enough I cannot say more iviet Union expects that the gov offices is much slower than in the United Stales and an American working in Japan feels frus trated and may break down particularly if his home office is constantly demanding speed STUDENTS POLICE CLASH SAPPORO Japan Ml About 150 Japanese students clashed Saturday with police in this cap Ital of Japans island of Hok kaido as the youths tried to break ft public hearing on Japans constitution Under the rules it had tohave Born in Grafton Nov 17 1918 the signatures of 16 senators ihe was Ihe son of Henry and If it should win the support of twothirds of the senators vot ing Tuesday each senator would be limited thereafter to speak ing one hour on the bill and all proposed amendments On the inside Church News 4 Mason City News o Society t Sports Clear Lake News 10 Editorials11 North Iowa Maria Cruse Wirtjes March 25 1944 he was married to Hazel Loretta Turbett at Albert Lea They had lived in the Manly and Grafton vicinity since their marriage He spent 15 months in service during World War II Suryiving are seven children at home three brothers Henry Manly George Phoenix Ariz Raymond Grafton three sis ters Mrs Alfred Tena Schmidt Manly Mrs Em i Elizabeth Schmidt Manly Mrs Floyd Viola Nitschke Olranto No statement came from the presidential residence j A truce asked by Guido to avoid loodshed was maintained during the morning hours Downtown streets appeared normal BUS INTO RAVINE GRASSE France Ml Au thorities said Saturday that a crowded bus plunged into a ra vine near this Riviera city Un official reports said one person was killed and 12 seriously in jured eminent of the United States would display an understanding of the responsibility devolving upon it and refrain from car rying out nuclear explosions which could jeopardize the safety of the Soviet cosmonaut The Polaris carried guidance warhead and other components1 scheduled for use on the longer range A3 The A3 Polaris is designed for a 2880mile range The A2 which is operational can hit targets up to 1725 miles away Predict record corn yield DES MOINES this year of reduced acreage devoted to the planting of corn Iowas total corn apparently is bound ing back close to where it was ast year Estimates released by federa crop reporters indicated that the acres which were planted will have a record average of 76 bushels per acre The latest prediction of Aug was that the fall harvest in Iowa will be 744420000 bushels Tha falls only three million bushel short of 1961 when the record yield per acre was 74 bushels Even as Nikolayev spun around the earth Russian television view ers could watch him moving an talking in his confined cabin Films of the spacemans image appeared on screens at Sovie Along with new techniques get more out of the soil Mothe Nature chipped in with good grow ing weather so far this season Retirement of 34 million Jo acresunder the Kennedy admin istrations feed grain program FarmSIA Morris says News of discontinuation of the leasing operation Fashion1 FarmSIA came Saturday the fourth anniversary of Mor ris opening operation of Fashion Farm as a cow pool The corporations were set up Morris adds by investors of Fashion FarmSIA after that corporation became unable to meet its contractural obligations to these investors Offices of the new corporation are at Belmond The failure of FashioYi Farm lIA to meet its obligations ame about Morris adds be ause farmers to whom that corporation had leased dairy cows and hogs refused to meet their contractural agree ments with the corporation Under Fashion FarmSIAs manner of business investors would buy dairy cattle or hogs and turn them over to Fashion armSIA for management Fashion FarmSIA would then ease them to farmers who would raise the animals to a certain size and then in the case of the logs return part of o Fashion FarmSIA and keep he rest for themselves Poor management on the part of some farmers a hardwinter and disease among the animals has resulted in some farmers not being able to fulfill their agreements with Fashion Farm SIA Morris points out This in turn has meant that Fashion FarmSIA was not able to pay off its investors Final purpose of the new corp orations Morris says is to liqui date all animals now being held by farmers under the Fashion FarmSIA lease This involves between and million Morris says At present hei adds there are about 10000 sowsj and another 10000 offspring out under the leasing problem in several Midwest states This final liquidation proced fr J o ivvvt in ugi etui i 111 ai pi tracking stations and some of was jntencjed to hait additions t ure could take between two and hem were relayed over the Soviet the grain surplus maincinn SAME DATE1W1374 television network Viewers got a feeling of Niko layevs weightlessness Every now and then objects that looked like pieces of paper floated into the television image and Nikolayev was seen to reach out his hands to grasp them Inside his large space helmet Nikolayev barely moved his head At one point he unfolded a large piece of paper and appeared to be reading from a chart The image was fluttery but clearly discern able Government officials say there are two sides to the situation Under a bountiful peracre pro duction what they ask would be the size of Iowas corn output if the additional acres had been planted Under the government program last year 27 million acres were idled The 1962 estimates in this state are 24 per cent larger than the 10year average of the last dec adc Total corn acreage this year was 97 million acres five years Morris says Morris says no definite plans have been made about what to do with Fashion FarmSIAs physical assets which Delude Fashion Farm near here As BAKERY STRIKE ROME W Most Italians ate stale bread Saturday as bakers throughout the country went on strike in a demand for higher pay The strike their second in two weeks was scheduled to last until Sunday morning SURVIVES FALL A 17 yearold girl patient at the Syracuse Psychiatric hospital fall through the air after a plunge from the third floor ledge at top Police identified her as Jcanetle LcFlcur ot She suffered only minor injuries when she landed in shrubbery in In stitutions garden Syracuse P o s tStandard photographer Bob Johnston caught the fall after responding to a radio call