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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 14, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North lowma ly Newspaper for VOL 1W The AsaocliUd PICM end United International full CITY GLOBE newspaper that makes all North lowani MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY AUGUST 14 1W2 HOME EDITION neighbors 10o t Paper tA Four A miracle in Europe since 52 Monnet was architect By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGuette Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTON plus coke plus iron ore equal There is only one way to em wars between nations That i to merge them into one1 These two aphorisms created by Jean Monnet tell in capsuJ form almost half the miracle o postwar Europe Except for th Marshall Plan no force has con tribuled more to the growinc strength prosperity and unitj of Europe than the European Coal and Steel Community Es tablished in Luxembourg Citj just 10 years ago it began op crating on Feb 10 1953 The first physical act was shipmen of 40 tons of coke by rail from Wincheringen Germany t Apach France The community was known as the Schuman Plan af ter a French foreign minister but its real architect was th man who was to become it first president Jean Monnet The former brandy salesman from Cognac was also the archi tect of Euratom and the Euro pean Common Market Justly known as Mr Europe Monnet dreams now of a true Atlantic community Speaking at Dartmouth College on June 11 1961 he declared Just as the United States found i necessary to unite just as Eu rope is now in the process o uniting so the West must movi towards some kind of union It is the beginning to thi more orderly world we mus have in order to escape destruc tibn The Treaty of Paris March 20 had created th Coal and Steel Community car ried a clause which left ihe dooi open for any European nation to join the six charter members Germany Italy and the three Benelux countries Thi clause was aimed primarily a the British Just as Britain finds its commonwealth ties dif ficult to reconcile with the Euro pean Common Market so did she find them impossible to rec oncile with the Schuman Plan in 195152 When the six nations pooled their steel and coal resources their combined output was 415 million tons of steel 250 million Ions of coal a year Their goa for 1957 was 50 million tons o steel 280 million tons of coal Inclusion of Britain in the Common Market and the Coa and Steel Community woulc unite an area which in 196 turned out about 103 million ton of steel or about 5 million lon more than was produced by the United States The community also mined about 400 million tons of coal According to United Nations data Western Europe will be able to produce upwards of 167 million tons of steel by 1965 the six nations of the present Com munity 1095 million tons In the same year planned US capacity will total 160 million tons a year As for the European Common Market made possible by the Community President Kennedy told Congress in submitting the draft of the proposed Trade Ex pansion Act of 1962 The growth of the European Com mon Market an economy which may soon nearly equal our own has progressed with such success and momentum that it has surpassed its original timetable and laid the groundwork for a radical alter ation of the economics 6f the At lantic alliance This progress has proved Jean Monnet a prophet as well as a planner As operations began he declared This new Com munity is a revolution in Eu rope perhaps the greatest Eu rope has known We are em barked upon a liberation of Eu rope from its past On the inside Society News 101112 Clear Lake News 13 1711 Editorials 20 North Iowa Newt 22 Latest Markets 24 Maion City News 2427 Comics 2t Farm News2 North Fair to partly cloudy and warmer Tuesday night and Wednesday Lows Tuesday night 5560 Highs Wednesday in mid 80s lower Fair to partly cloudy warmer Tuesday night and Wednesday Lows Tuesday night 5560 northeast to near 60 extreme southwest Highs Wednesday lower 80s east to upper 80s west Further out and warm Thurs day Minnei ota Partly cloudy showers warmer Highs Wed nesday in 80s GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum 77 Minimum 49 At 8 am 61 Sunrise 5i7 Sunset 7is YEAR AGOr Maximum 37 Minimum 57 Humphrey to be questioned about records burning WASHINGTON W A govern ment auditor told Senate stockpile investigators Tuesday they should question George M Humphrey former secretary of the Treasury and his son Gilbert Humphrey about burning of records covering multimilliondollar profits on stockpiled nickel Walter M Henson a supervisor for the General Accounting Office who has spent months auditing the records and income taxes ol the M A Hanna Corp said the records were destroyed in Feb ruary and March of this year That was shortly after Presi dent Kennedy urged the current special Senate inquiry led by Sen Stuart Symington DMo Henson testified that two com panics set up by the Hanna in terests formerly headed by George Humphrey had netted profits of more than million on investments of about mil lion in supplying nickel under a series of contracts signed Jan 16 1953 just before Humphrey took office as secretary of the Treas ury under former President Dwight D Eisenhower The former secretary has asked hat he be called as a witness and is scheduled to testify Thursday TO HONOR GOLDWYN HOLLYWOOD movie maker Samuel Goldwyn will be honored Aug 26 at a testimonial banquet marking his 30th birthday and 50th year in ihe motion picture industry SAME Safety Department Fljnret Berlin protest awaited Crowds stone Red troops BERLIN AP The Western powers expected strong Soviet protests and new threats Tuesday following West Berliners attack on the Red wall and Russian ve hides during the first anniversary of the barricade Rioting crowds hurled paving blocks and curses Monday nighl at the barricade which was begun a year ago and now divides Berlin with stone steel barbed wire and military fortifications Reinforced West German police repeatedly drove wildly screaming demonstrators back from the wall which has become a symbol of West Berlins isolation and the Communist repression in East Germany One crowd frushated in its at tempts to reach the wall sur rounded three Soviet army vehi cles near Checkpoint Tiarlie in the US sector The soldiers were returning from guard duty at the Soviet war memorial in West Ber lin The angry demonstrators hurled stones and beer bottles smashing the windows of a bus Youths closed in on two sedans shouting pigs and dirty bums West German police finally freed the Soviet vehicles Brig Gen Frederick 0 Hartel US troop commander in Berlin went to Checkpoint Charlie to in vestigate the attack West Berlin Police Commission er Erich Duensing said about 2000 West Berliners stoned his men along the wall in the Bern auerslrasse area three miles north of the trouble near Check point Charlie Newsmen at the scene said the stones appeared Joe aimed a East German police beyond wall but that some struck Wes police cars blocking the way to the wall West police finally scat teredthe rioters with a water con non Earlier in the day East and West police hurled hundreds of tear gas grenades across the border at Wilhelmstrasse after an East German water cannon drenched youthful West Berlin marchers West Berlin officials had urged a quiet observance of the day in cluding three minutes of silence at noon to be broken only by the tolling of the Freedom Bell a replica of the American Liberty Bell West Berliners drowned out most of the bells peals with blar ng auto horns CARY DIVORCED SANTA MONICA Calif 2ary Grant and Betsy Drake are no longer man and wife be cause he preferred television 0 talking to me said the act ress Miss Drake 39 won a di vorce Monday in Superior Court when she testified he told me he was bored with that he didnt want to be married any more iS Au COEDSwoosie Kurtz 17 after the bomber The Swoose piloted by her muchdecorated father Col Frank Kurtz during the early days of World War II walks with her dad and mother on the campus of the University of Southern California She has enrolled as a freshman at the school from which her parents were graduated Its back to school in Mason City But whats going on See page 4 for the newest things in school Two girls sweep honors at North Iowa Fair beef show A pair of girls stole the spot ight in the baby beef show at the s North Iowa Fair Monday Sandra Christensen 15 Clear Lake and Sharon Curran 17 Mason City showed the grand and reserve grand championship animals respectively of the how The thrill was especially big for Miss Christensen the daughter oE Mr and Mrs Ray Christensen jecause it marked the first time she has showed baby beeves at he fair Gloture on satellite bill OKd WASHINGTON Sen ate chiseled a page in history Tuesday by voting a debate limi ation to break the back of a fili buster against the administrations communications satellite bill The vote was 63 for cloture and 27 against Thus for the first time in more han 35 years the required twq hirds majority of those partici pating approved a bipartisan lead ership motion to invoke the 45 yearold cloture rule Under it each senator will be limited to a otal of one hours further talk The action forecast Senate pas late this he measure to set up privately owned but government regulated corporation to launch and operate satellites in a global communica ions system The house passed the bill May 3 by a 3549 vote Liberal Democrats fighting for government ownership charged in talk that the pri vate corporation to be half owned by communications firms and half by purchasers of its be dominated by Backers of the bill disput ed that And President Kennedy Atty len Robert F Kennedy Secre ary of State Dean Rusk and oth er administration leaders had all called for passage of the bill in ts present form Republican Leader Everett M Dirksen of Illinois joined Demo cratic Leader Mike Mansfield of Montana in sponsoring the cloture motion Piled up onthe Senateclerks desk were about 185 amendments But many of them were duplicates and Dirksen said he thought only about 25 actually might be of ered Columnist Hearst group part company NEW YORK W Columnist Vestbrook Pegler and the fearstowned King Features Syndicate have parted com pany An announcement from he King Features office Mon day said too many irreconcil able differences on vital mat ers have existed between the parties to continue a workable relationship Pegler 68 had vritten a controversial column if opinion for King Features for 8 years Miss Christensens grand cham pion was an 840pound Shorthorn which had been born and raised on the Christensen farm Miss Christensen will be a sophomore at Ventura High School this fall Her father was unable to be pres ent to see her win the coveted crown as he was busy attending an Air Force Reservemeeting al the MasonCity Airport champion which was the cham p i o n Hereford of the show weighed 860 pounds It also was born and raised on the Curran farm Miss Curran who will be a senior at Mason City High School is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Ben Curran Also in the running for the grand championship was the champion Angus of the show a 970pound animal showed by Mike Dolan Dougherty Mike 13 is he son of Mr and Mrs Robert Dolan He will be in eighth grade at St Pats School this fall Kenneth Fulk meat specialis with the Marketing Division o the Iowa Department of Agricul ture was j u d g e of the show There were 213 entries in th show Other youngsters who showe eitherj place am mats in their class were McArthur an Alan Curran both of Mason City Greg Marzen Marble Rock Roger Butler Randy Fischer an Barbara Younge all of Thornton and Mike Dougherty Dougherty Zirbel an Ralph Larsen both of Clear Lake and Jack Hiller Thornton Hirsch Rock well Sue Dougan and Barbar Alitz both of Mason City and Dick Larson Dougherty The Curran family also ended up with the top junior showman North Iowa Fair schedule TUESDAY Imperial Shovvs on Midway 8 Weaver Show at grandstand WEDNESDAY Imperial Shows on Midway e n class dairy sheep and swine shows pulling con test and tractor rodeo and FFA dis trict livestock judging contest Swenson Thrill cade Swenson Thrill cade N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Mountain tunnel cleared CHAMONIX France French workers blasted out the final 10 feet of rock midway in the Mont Blanc Tunnel and joined workmen from Italy some 9000 feet beneath Western Europes highest peak The tunnel when open to traffic late in 1963 or early 1964 will be one of the worlds longest highway tubes miles will connect France with northern Italy through the Alps Erbe blasts JFKs coterie Norman Erbe said that we cannot relegate the colossal problems confront ing our nation to a compact coterie of whiz kids in the Pentagon In a speech delivered at the 63rd national convention ofthe Veterans of Foreign Wars Erbe said basic policies guiding the national leaders must be formed by the people Fans at Marilyns crypt WEST LOS diminishing train of visitors is filing past the unmarked crypt of actress Marilyn Monroe They come in jalopies and Cadil lacs all ages some just curious and some who sin cerely wish to pay their last respects to Miss Mon said Guy Hocket managing director of the Westwood Village Memorial park where the actress was entombed but all are quiet and orderly Joins Peace Corps of 69 NEW oldest Peace Corpsvolunteer has left to give a hand to a young republic Oscar Haugen 69 Argyle Minn is bound for Tunisia with 39 other experts in the care and use of heavy road building equipment Reserve breed championships were captured by animals showed 1 y Dennis Baker 11 Clear Lake showman Mike seTc fereford Jack Eno 18 Sheffield Shorthorn and Steve Humphrey 17 Clear Lake Angus the show Sharons brother Jay 2 was named the top junior md and Roger Butler was third In the senior division of the ihowmanship contest Jack Eno was first Dick Larson was sec ond and Ray Ebbers Rockwell was third In other activities on the tax cut urged Maps path of economy WASHINGTON UPI Presf dent Kennedy told the nation Monday night that July economic figures indicate there is no dan ger of a recession this year But he said that while the coun try can take some heart from a general upward trend in busi ness activities and employment the economy still is operating billion below its capacity To remedy this he urged Con gress and the people to push for passage during this legislative session the proposals he has made to speed business recovery The President said he will ask Congress next year for a top to bottom acrosstheboard cut in both personal and corporate in come taxes retroactive to next Jan 1 His statement ruled out an im mediate tax cut urged by some inside and outside his official family as a needed spur to the economy But the Chief Executive said he felt next year was the right time for a tax reduction because he found no current economic crisis He also said putting off the re duction until next year would per mit responsible consideration f the cut But he said that if the un xpected if the na ion slides toward recession later this will call Congress nto special session to lighten the far too heavy tax burden rounds Monday Duane Huff Mason City was named the win ner of the first class in the trac tor pulling contest Four other classes will be held in thecontes during the last three days of th fair District junior judging Mon day was highlighted by the selection of the three champion breed heifers of the show These championships went to animals showed by Christy Greiman Garner Angus Nancy Harms Alden Hereford and Tom John son Latimer Shorthorn County champions in the beef leifer classes also were selected They were Sharon Curran Ma son City Hereford Roger But er Thornton Shorthorn and SheJia Uthe Thornton Angus Reserve champion heifers were showed by David Fulghum Ma n City Angus Alan Curran Mason City Hereford and Doug 3oyington Mason City Short horn In the purebred heifer show manship contest first place went to Roger Butler second to Alan Curran and third to Sharon lurran At the Monday night grand stand show 1200 appreciative spectators watched as area youngsters took spills and bumps ike rodeo veterans in the Junior Rodeo sponsored by the Mason City Trail Riders Club Winners in the contest events ncluded George Mathews Ma son City bareback bronc riding Pricilla Friecllinc Plymouth girls steer wrestling Bill Rum eiiote Mason City boys rescue race and boys barrel race amela Crawford Mason City irls rescue race and Sue Stillwell Mason City girls bar rel race He described the present tax system as a drag on economic recovery and economic growth biting heavily into the purchasing power of every taxpayer and every consumer A number of Democrats in Con gress applauded his speech A number of Republicans accused Output climbs WASHINGTON Wide spread gains pushed industri al production to a record high in July the Federal Reserve Board said Tuesday board said its fndex measur ing the output of factories mines and utilities increased by one point to a new peak of 119 Since 100 in the index rep resents average output in 1957 19 per cent higher than the av erage for that year Professional acts featured at he rodeo included the Thorn him of playing electionyear poli tics They emphasized a favorite GOP theme that slashes in gov ernment spending should accom pany tax reductions Kennedy said that an immedi ate tax cut asan emergency measure would not be justified or enacted He called fn particular for en actment of his measure to give factories a tax break for invest ment in new plants and equip ment The President said his admin istration had been faced with the double problem of recovering from the recessions of 1953 and 195960 The President listed five priority bills which he said would help strengthen the economy if they were enacted before Congress leaves in September Besides the investment fax credit to stimulate business in vestment they included the pub lic works bill a youth cmptoy RubA Dub and his educated mule Also appearing was the Trail Riders drill team under the supervision of Cliff Phillips jp Only the Newspaper ONLY THE NEWSPAPER sheds light on complex sues of modern life en lightens like information thats where the newspaper tWrml unemployment compensation and the trade bill aimed at letting the United States effectively trade with the European Common Mar ket The President said that the real key is the Congress which he said had done more to strengthen the economy and com bat recession than any other Con gress since the secondWorld War As examples he cited passage of unemployment compensation bills the area redevelopment pro gram job retraining the food stamp plan the lowering of the so cial security retirement ago from 65 to an optional 62and various welfare measures The President said there had been a recovery from Ihe last recession to the extent that there appeared no danger o business slipping back into slump And he said prices in re cent months had teen more blc than at any time World War II so that inflation remains no longer   

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