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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 10, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for HM I i MASON CITY GLOBE VOL 102 The newspaper Prew tnd United Press International Full Wlret HOMEV EDITION that makes all North lowans CITY IOWA MONDAY SEPTEMBER JO 1962 neighbors UOc a Paper of Two No 182 One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGaxetfe Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO 1300 WOI Ames WO WTAD Qulncj 930 WSUI Jtowa City Sifl pm SUB am Tuts pm Tburs tm Sat Publicity is publics best protection U7HEN IN DOUBT COVER TV up conceal That seems to be of all too manj governmental workers at al levels Nowhere is it more prev alent or more inimical to the public welfare than in Washing ton D C That is the central theme o a book by an lowan Clark Mollenhoff of the Cowles Publi cations just off the Doubleday Co Press Webster City and Burnside Iowa both have their claims on him along with Drake University and Des Moines The title appropriately enough is Washington Cover Up Its a story produced by the kind of reportorial digging which has brought the author a Pulitzer Prize along with jus about every other recognition that can be bestowed on Washington reporter by his fel lows and by the public While freely granting that there are situations and sub jects which warrant the tight est kind of with respect to weapons and national former lowan charges that lcunlimited secrecy has been employed to hide incompetence laxity bungling and outright frauds in the Defense Department in the foreign aid program and in doz ens of other areas volume too is a profound to the evil of truthsuppression stated in the opening chapter ir this hardhitting1 paragraph It is well to remember that every withholding of govern business from the pub lic is an encroachment upon the democratic principle that government officials are ac countable to the people It fol lows that citizens should re gard all governmental se crecy with some suspicion as an encroachment on their right to know I cant think of a better way to set the tone for this review than to let the author Clark Mollenhoff amplify the point of view enunciated in the previous paragraph The American citizen should reject all arbitrary claims to secrecy by thebureaucracy as sharply as he would reject any claims tp a right of the execu tive branch to bypass Congress in levying taxes A wise citizen should be as outraged at arbitrary secrecy as he would at arbitrary im prisonment Logically he should insist on the same safeguards against arbitrary secrecy that he would against unjustified ar rest or taxation The publics right to know is that basic Unfortunately the lowan added there is a general ten dency to regard government secrecy as only a problem for the newspapers And even with in the newspaper profession there is a tendency to ignore government secrecy until it in terferes with a story the indi vidual reporter or editor wants to develop I anj not interested in plead ing for any special right of ac cess to government information for newspapers or reporters Hollenhoff vital as their function is newspapers magazines television and radio for the most part merely pro vide an orderly process for dis seminating information about government to the people who do not have the time money or technical facility to acquire for themselves In short Clark Mollenhoff casts himself in the role ofrep resentative of the American public when he often he the musty records where information of vital in terest to taxpayers is concealed After having thus established the rational foundation of his approach this lowan turns his torian In support of his key VIEWS CHURCH RUINS Former baseball star Jackie Robinson hand on looks over ruins of Mt Mary Bap tist Church Another Negro church three miles further west was also leveled by fire Negro integration lead ers who had been working on voter registration blame the fires on segre Photofax gationists The burned down churches are located about 15 miles northwest of Albany Ga scene of racial demonstra tions and mass arrests of negroes since last December Far left is Dr W D Anderson leader of the Albany Move ment integration activity North Iowa Clearing colder Monday night lows in 40s Fair warmer Tuesday highs about 70 Iowa Clearing continued cold Monday night lows in 40s Fair warmer Tuesday highs 70 to 75 Further outlook Gen erally fair warmer Wednes day J ow Temperatures will average near to slightly be low normal through Saturday well below normal early in the period hut warming to above normal by Friday then turn ing cooler Precipitation amounts expected are one fourth to onehalf inch near the end ofthe week Minnesota Clearing warmer HJghs Tuesday in 70s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Monday Maximum 63 Minimum 43 Precipitation 10 Sunrise Sunset Interest up in school board vote Voting in Mason Citys school election usually light com with even the poorest vote n primary and general elec ions came up with a surprising 54 total to 2 oclock Monday The total of ballots was only 2 behind last years figure and veil ahead of either 1959 or 1960 Sparking the interest undoubt dly was the fact that four can didates are seeking the two eats on the school board They ire Richard Bailey Robert Campbell Dr E W Kopal and Henry Pendergfaft Leslie G Hawkins and Joel F Hanes present members are not eeking reelection Their terms xpire next Monday evening when he two new members will be worn in The polls close at 7 pm for chool elections an hour earlier iian other elections The vote by precincts up to 2 m Monday and in the three revious school elections at the ame hour was as follows 1959 I960 7967 1962 10 13 rec st nd rd th th fn 7th 8th 22 20 U 37 20 34 8 29 45 17 68 25 44 27 34 35 76 42 59 44 61 13 31 36 65 34 66 43 66 13 N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Polaris base in Pacific WASHINGTON The Navy announced that a new U S Polaris missile submarine base will be set up in the Pacific at Guam similar to that now oper ated at Holy Loch England Troops leave Algiers ALGIERS Deputy Premier Ahmed Ben Bella and regular army Col Houari Boumedienne are Al gerias rulers and preparing to nominate the nations first legislature sheavily weighted in their favor Bbumedienhe marched 5000 men of his Communist equipped Army into Algiers Sunday ending the chaotic sevenweeks occupation city of rebel lious guerrilla forces of Wilaya zone No 4 v Polio outbreak fought PASADENA Calif Medical authorities bat tling a polio epidemic in Pasadena gave oral vaccine to thousands of residents of a 65block area Six cases of paralytic polio have been reported here in four weeks the first cases in Pasadena since 1959 Integration makes headway NEW ORLEANS Attendance rose at inte grated Roman Catholic schools in Westwego arid Buras La as the second week of integrated school began An estimated 160 white children and two Ne groes went to class at Westwego across the Missis sippi from New Orleans The school in Buras 60 miles south reopened its doors and 11 white children arrived for classes but none of the five Negro chil dren who attended the school on opening day showed up Soben has brain damage LONDON Robert A Soblen has suffered seri ous brain damage that will take some time even to assess The runaway spy lay in a coma racked by con vulsions more than 100 hours after taking a massive dose of barbiturate doctors said in an effort to block attempts to fly him to the United States to begin serving a life sentence TOTAL 165 268 346 354 NEW TERRITORY JAKARTA Indonesia statement that the coverup is Peace Corps Director Sargent nothing new in official said Monday American ton he goes clear back to the a Indonesian officials will work out an agreement to bring Turn to 2 jthe Peace Corps to Indonesia GlobeGazette feature 56 schopls take part in weekly News Quiz From the Berlin wall to outer space the news of the next nine months will be of great importance to every American The Mason City GlobeGazette is doing more than bringing the news to your doorstep each day It is cooperating with 56 schools to keep young Americans informed of the events that are shaping their future As a public service the GlobeGazette sponsors a unique picture news service in classrooms in North Iowa This news service is called VEC News Filmstrip Program Each week a filmsfrip made up of news photos from every quarter of the globe is projected in the classroom Students discuss the news events related to the pictures and are encour aged to increase their knowledge through newspaper reading and other outside activities As school opens this public service begins its 4th year in Mason City area Teacher reaction to this new teaching tool has been enthusiastic In addition to the News FHmstrip schools are furnished with Study Filmstrips which discuss newsrelated topics in depth These study filmstrfps cover such subjects as American government conservation foreign nations trade etc As another public service to both students and adults the GlobeGazette publishes a weekly News Quiz which is used by many teachers in theirclassrooms along with VEC news film strjp program The NewsQuiz also provides entertainment and information for readers at home Together the News Filmstrip Program the study Film strips and the News Quiz are providing North Iowa students with an unusual and challenging opportunity to keep abreast of the news Nationalists admit sending U2 that was downed over mainland TAIPEI Formosa on Na tionalist China admitted Mon day loss of a U2 plane on a routine reconnaissance mis sion over Red China It said it was one of two of this type purchased from the United States in I960 Nationalist Air Force head quarters said the U2 has been missing since Sunday on a flight to find out about con ditions on the Communistheld China mainland The Red Chinese in a broad cast from Peiping claimed to have shot down a Nationalist Chinese U2 over east China Sunday morning James Shen Chinese Na tionalist government spokes man said in a brief statement that the U2 highaltitude re connaissance planes were pur chased from the Lockheed Aircraft Co in the United States and that they had been used since December of 1960 Shen claimed the National ists have every right to fly over the Communist mainland since it is our territory A Peiping broadcast in Eng lish late Sunday was brief It said A USmade U2 high altitude reconnaissance plane of the Chiang Kaishek gang was shot down this morning by an air force unit of the Chinese Peoples Liberation Army when it intruded over East China The broadcast left unan swered such questions as the fate of the pilot the altitude of the plane its exact loca tion and exactly how it was brought down There also was a question whether Uie Red Chinese have highflying aircraft or mis siles to bring down a plane at the altitude at which the U2 flies The Chinese Communists have made repeated charges that U2s have been supplied to t h e Nationalists by t h e United States The U2 is the kind of jet air craft flown by Francis Gary Powers when he was shot down near Sverdlovsk in the Soviet Union May 1 1960 Soviet descriptions of how Powers U2 was hit said a ground to air missile had done the job The Soviet Union protested last Tuesday that an Ameri canpiloted U2 violated Rus sian air space over Sakhalin of nine minutes on Aug 30 Reserve policy gets OK A plug by McNamqra ROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON The Senate Armed Services committee Mon day unanimously approver President Kennedys request foi standby authority to call up 150 000 military reservists if needed to meet cold war emergencies while Congress is out of session The swift action came shortly after Defense Secretary Robcr S McNamara urged the com mittee to approve the requestec authority to provide a flexibil ity of response which could b crucial if world crises eruptec suddenly The measure also would allov Kennedy to extend enlistment of servicemen through next Feb 28 if necessary McNamara said the regular US military forces are strong today and their strength contin ues to improve The authority for a limited callup of Reserves however would provide us with a flexibility of response which could be cru cial if the international situation deteriorates suddenly and specific crises occur he said He said he hoped sincerely it would not be necessary to use the stand by authority to call up 150 000 Reserves while Congress is out of session But he said the resolutions ap proval would permit a prompt re sponse to any crisis short of measures which would require a declaration of a national emergen action which would involve mplications of a most serious nature President Kennedy has made crystal clear his recognition of the threats with which we are faced and the pplicy of this government not to allow the export of Com munist aggressive purposes by Torce in this hemisphere or in oth er areas of the world Mc Namara said The secretary said the United States at any time may face a challenge requiring an immediate and effective response and that the enactment of the resolution would constitute an endorsement by the American people of our determination to make that re sponse and provide us with the means to do so McNamara said the callup of Reserves during a Berlin crisis ast year provided tangible evi dence of this countrys response when our vital security interests are involved Since that time he said the Army has added five combat di visions to bring its strength to 16 he Marine Corps has brought its active strength to 190000 men and improvements have been made in the operational strength of the Navy and Air Force SAME Department Flpireit Black Flat Meant TraHIo Death to Fatt 24 Uonn Photofax A FULL Kennedy and former President Dwight Eisenhower talk in the Presidents House office Eisenhower just back from a European tourgave Kennedy a report on his obser vations and findings there It was the fourth time the two men have met to confer on worldproblems She shed pounds Gave up lunch ing to be new queen NEW YORK Jac quclyn Jeanne Mayer a once chubby little girl who gave up eating lunches to realize her dream of some day being Miss America began her years reign Ve Monday But before leaving Atlantic City and the scene of her triumph Sun lay the auburnhaired beauty rom Sandusky Ohio performed he last official act required of all the Miss America contestants he ate lunch When she walked down the U7 oot runway moments after the Vliss America crown was placed on her head Saturday night Jackie presented to the cheering Convention Hail crowd a graceful ind comely figure befitting a cauty queen The hazeleyed 20 rearold Northwestern University tudent stood Sfcet5 115 pounds and measured 362236 in the vital statistics department Butfour years ago you never vould have known her she said at her first news conference I was always chubby until I was about 16 years old she said Her weight I guess its all right to say it I weighed 150 pounds After her year as Miss Ameri ca Jackie said she intends to complete her education at North western She hopes eventually to become an actress The Miss America scholarship was one of the most important things to me Now I can go on to my masters degree or even my doctorate if I decideId like to do that much she said Her title carries with it a 000 scholarship and personal ap pearances during the year are ex pected to bring her about Scholarships also went to the four Wisconsin Joan Mary Engh Miss Texas Penny Lee Rudd Miss South Carolina Evelyn Keith Ellis and Miss Hawaii Patricia Lei Anderson JACQUELYN JEANNE MAYER Ohioan is Miss America Market turns to steady11 More animals broughtin CORNING National Farmers Organizations program of holding livestock from mar kets to force higher prices met mixed success on Midwest mar kets Monday The Chicago Stockyards report ed the heaviest run oE cattle in four months Hog receipts were the largest in two De partment of Agriculture said Kansas City also reported 3000 more cattle than last Tuesday the first full marketing day after the NFO announced its holding action Although cattle shipments were higher at some markets hog re ceipts continued to dip below nor mal this time of year1 Sheep receipts also were lip Oren Lee Staley NFO president said Monday We anticipated his because a tremendous effort has been made by processors to direct livestock to four mainly Chicago Indianapolis Omaha and Kansas City He said the direct buying points and direct delivery points which Staley contends handles 70 per cent of the livestock were hold ing very tight The terminal markets handle only 30 per cent of the livestock he said Staley said that NFO checkers outside the terminal markets re port that livestock is coming in from much farther distances than normal Bill Rotundo manager of the Oscar Mayer meat packing plant at Davenport said Shipments were quite good and were par ticularly so Friday We have the necessary number of hogs for our work today Gary Hoist president of Scott County Davenport NFO said Weve noted an increase in selling by nonNFO members Fri day and Monday He said it ap parently was caused by higher market prices for animals Prices were steady at the Deck er plant in Mason City and at Wilson in Albert Lea and Hormel at Austin Prices for steers heifers and butcher hogs climbed to three and four year highs at the Baltimore Union Stockyards Monday The increased receipts at Chi cago was attributed by livestock experts to higher prices paid last week At Omaha the worlds largest livestock market cattle hogs and sheep receipts were considerably below a year ago Staley said that as the NFO ac tion moved into its second week its members may hold feeder cat tle from the market if packers start slaughtering them to supple ment dwindling shipments On the inside Editorials page 4 North Iowa Clear Lake News 9 Society News 177213 Sports News Latest Markets 13 Mason City News 1819 Comics SHOWMAN DIES NEW YORK showman Pat Rooney II 82 whose handsin pockets soft shoe routines delighted audi ences for more than 70 years died Sunday of a heart attack in his hotel apartment   

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