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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 18, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the VOL 102 T he newspaper Associated Press and United Press International FuU Lease Wires CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION 19 slash in foreign aid that all North lowans MAWN CITY IOWA TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 18 1962 neighbors UOe a Paper Consist of Two SecttonsSectton No WASHINGTON slash of about 19 per in new funds for the foreign aid program was recommended Tues day by the House Appropriations Committee If sustained by the House later this week the committees action Red Chi no issue at UN again Its become annual chore By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau NEW YORK John Foster Dulles used to say in regard to the admission of Red China The United Nations is not a reforma tory for bad governments So long as Fidel Castros Cuba re tains its credentials along with a good many other nations that dont have to be identified this argument evades the issue A more logical case was made by former Vice President Richard M Nixon when the annual debate began last year Nixon saidthat public opinion in the United States by an overwhelming majority was opposed to the admission of Red China to the UN And he cited a growing minority opinion that the United States is bearing too much of the burden financial and otherwise in sup porting the UN W i t h these consideration in mmcJNixon said of Red Chinas withdrawal of the United States from the world organization or a reduction to mere token participa tion Either would doom the or ganization to the impobnce of the Leagueof Nations At the past 11 sessions of the UN General Assembly theUnited States has succeeded in blocking Pekings hopes For the seven years from 1954 through 1960 we kept the question of Red Chinas membership off the General As sembly agenda Last year with the influx of new Asian and African members our strategy changed We agreed to a vote but insisted that it be treated as an important ques tion This would require a two thirds majority for approval This stipulation carried by a 61 to 34 vote with seven nations abstain ing Actually the question of seat ing the Reds and unseating the Nationalists failed of even a1 would give the aid program in additional money for the current fiscal year instead ofthe requested by President Kennedy The President had asked for about million more than Con gress had authorized in separate legislation prescribing financial limitations on the program for military and economic help to friendly nations The committeeimposed cut was about as deep as Rep Otto E Passman DLa predicted sever al weeks ago Passman chair man of a subcommittee that drafted the aid money bill after several months of hearings set a reduction goal of close to bill at that time Even if Congress provided no new money this year the commit tee said in a formal report ac companying the bill there would be enough money left over from prior appropriations to finance the program for about 25 months Most of the carryover however has been earmarked or obligated The pipeline of unexpended funds is increasing at an alarming rate the committee said esti mating the balance at billion as of June 30 1962 The committees report con tained caustic criticism of some phases of the aid program and re ferred to expenditure estimates as pie in the sky figures The program for the present year proposes economic assist ance for 73 nations and seven for eign territories and possessions and military aid for 58 countries Some of the help the committee complained goes to neutral na tions that have often criticized the United States and its allies but have refrained from criticizing the Soviet Union v The committee wrote into the bill a ban against use of economic and military funds to assist any nations whose government is based upon that theory of govern ment known as communism The prohibition was aimed at Poland and Czechoslovakia but a specia exceptin was made for a hospi tal project in Poland In cutting million from the billion requested for direct military aid the committee said the military part of the program has been overfunded in recent years One nation it commented has been given enough rifles and carbines to provide two weapons for every soldier it maintains Tiros 6 in orbit Hunts hurricanes CAPE CANAVERAL Fla AP The sixth in a series of Tiros plenary s camera alert for hur otVier India had long been the faithful sponsor of the Mao Tsetung regime but retired from that role in I960 un doubtedly as the result of the rape of Tibet and Indias own border troubles with the Reds Despite the growing cleavage be tween Soviet Russia and Red China over ideological and other matters Russias foreign minister brought the question ofmember ship formally before the 1960 ses sion Russia again acted as spon The electronic weatherman shot away from Cape Canaveral at am aboard a threestage ThorDelta rocket About two hours later the National Aero nautics and Space Administration announced the satellite was in successful orbit about 400 miles high It was the 11th straight success ful satellite launching for the 92 foot Delta vehicie this nations most reliable space booster It sor in 1961 and is expected to realso made six successful launches peat this year in as many tries for the Tiros o j t satellite program Red Chinas chances look lttle The also could preditt better than in previous years The the weattfer for next United Nations has 104 members scheduled orbital flight o U S counting Nationalist China Of SZu Wafer M Sclhirra Jr NASA announced more than i Then have rejfive hours after launch that the lations with neither The whole debate of course is to some extent academic There is real doubt that Soviet satellite was performing as planned and had taken its first set of cloud cover pictures as it whirled over the Mediterran T wiiiiieu over uie ivieauerran Russia honestly wants Red China ean Sea and North Africa on admitted and no credible evidence the second orbit at all that Red China wants in The pictures were stored on If it did it unquesionably could gain the twothirds vote neces sary just by offering convincing proof of willingness to abide by W W OU1UC Uj Ofc the rules and bylaws of the club Bulletin UNITED NATIONS UPI Muhammad Zafrulla Khan of Pakistan was elected president of the 17th General Assembly session Tuesday He received 72 votes to 27 for G P Mala lasekera of Ceylon magnetic tape and relayed to earth as Tiros 6 passed over a ground station at Point Mugu The pictures were of excel lent quality a NASA spokes man reported He said both television cameras aboard the vehicle were working Tiros 6 originally was sched uled for launching in November but was advanced tvra months to provide insurance fn case the ailing Tiros 5 satellite should lose its one remaining camera eye Phototax FIGHTS LAWSUIT Actress HedyLamarr gestures in a Los Angeles Superior court where she is the defendant in a law suit brought by two lawyers claiming she owes them in legal fees for past services She maintains her agreement with them is that shed pay the from profits of a 1956 Italianmade Love of Three Queens but that there were no profits because the film never was exhibited in the U S The judge took the case un der advisement Even in cars Court admits boys will kiss girls DES MOINES M The Iowa Supreme Court ack nowledged Tuesday that young men sometimes kiss their girl friends while driving a car The court made this point in holding that Jerry Wilcox 17 failed to show that Don ald Hilligas 17 was guilty of reckless driving A car driven by Hilligas and in which Wil cox and two girls were pas sengers was involved in an accident on a Poweshiek Coun ty road in December 1960 Wilcox asked in a damage suit filed in District Court at Montezuma District Judge L Carson directed the jury to find in favor of Hilli gas saying that recklessness was not established although the boy obviously was negli gent Hilligas denied he was kiss ing Dorothy McDonald at the time of the accident He said he had his arm around her Donna Jean Collins 16 who was riding in the backseat of the car with Wilcox had testi fied that Hilligas was kissing Miss McDonald All the young people lived in the Brooklyn vicinity In upholding Judge Carsons decision the Supreme Court said It is common knowledge that young drivers kiss their girl friends while driving and have since the advent of the automobile Railroad union OK arbitration proposa Stall on trade bill denied WASHINGTON AP The a tongue lashing for its faltering to get down to business Tuesday on President Kennedys trade expan sion bill Senator Everett M Dirksen of Illinois Senate Republican leader said that his side would be ready to call up its amendments and et them voted on promptly Democratic Leader Mike Mans field of Montana clearly unhappy over lack of progress in the first 1 of debate Monday adjourned the Senate after only four hours Its not a very heartening spec tacle he said to see the worlds nost deliberative body making a spectacle of itself This rebuke came after eight quorum calls had been necessary to fill in the time while unsuc cessful efforts were made to get senators to the floor to present amendments or even to make speeches Republicans denied they were seeking to stall however and saic the bill as revised in the Senate Finance Committee had become available only as the session be gan They said several hours wer needed just for the technical task of drafting amendments to fit int the new text Dirksen told a reporter thatth first amendment likely would b the one on which foes of the bil hope to roll up their biggest vote The proposal would knock ou the adjustment assistance section of the bill a new feature of trade legislation strongly urged by Ken nedy Under it a variety of spe cial aids could be given indus ries and workers harmed by im port competition SAME BUck Flag Klesns TraKto In Fast 24 Boaril N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES 29 tunnel under wall BERLIN Twentynine refugees tunnelled un der the Berlin wall to West Berlin in the largest mass escape since the wall was built a West Berlin city government has revealed Morgenthau opposes Rocky SYRACUSE N York Democrats long racked by internal feuds chose Robert M Morgen thau at a chaotic state convention as their guberna torial nominee Morgenthauformer U S attorney in New York City and the softspoken son of a famous Democrat nominated unanimously over four rivals on the second ballot to oppose Republican Gov Nelson A Rockefeller in the November election Warning to college board JACKSON Miss Mississippis attorney gen eral has reminded hardpressed state college board members that they and not Gov Ross Barnett likely will wind up in jail if they refuse to admit Negro James Meredith to the University of Mississippi Cuba will be main topic WASHINGTON United States has in vited the foreign ministers of 19 Latin American re publics to meet Oct 23 for an informal discussion of the Soviet arms buildup in Cuba Russia prepares blast UNITED NATIONS The Soviet Union tossed into the General Assembly a new demand for the seating of Red China andthere also were signs the Soviet Union plans an allout blast at American pol icy on Cuba The move came a few hours before the 104nation assembly opened its 17th session if Specific agenda to cause delay WASHINGTON sides accepted Tuesday President Ken nedys request to submit remain ing issues of the threeweek dhi cago and North Western Railway strike to arbitration But no im mediate end to the walkout was assured The question arose as to just what will be arbitrated by a threeman panel George Leighty president of the striking AFLCIO Order of rtail road Telegraphers suggested that agreeing on what should be arbi trated might be a longer and ITS OK WITH W Heine and North Western Railroad and two of his associates give their approval to President Kennedys request for bind ing arbitration to end the 20day strike Photofax The telegraphers union also agreed With Heineman at Chicago are W J Fremon assistant director of personnel and C J Fitzpatrick president of the firm North Iowa Generally fair through Wednesday Lows Tuesday night 4855 Highs Wednesday near 80 Further cloudy and turning colder Thursday owa Generally fair and slight ly warmer through Wednes day Low Tuesday night in upper 40s High Wednesday in upper 70s Banker favors aid fund pool Minnesota Partly cloudy no j WASHINGTON AP Eugene Black 64 retiring president of he World Bank questioned Tues day the economic and political wisdom of foreign aid programs sponsored by individual countries He said many nations should pool aid funds in a vastly expanded international fund Black long a vocal supporter of MiVlJ ViU WI J IIVJI t TWVC41 OUlJLJVJi LCI Uk temperature change H Tg h US aid program gave his Tuesday in views in a strongly worded fare n h r u w iu T wel1 adclress delivered at the GlobeGazette Weather Data annual meeting of the World Bank t O fft and affiliated organizations Black specifically suggested that the industrialized countries which can afford aid programs put a greater proportion of their aid monies into the International Development Association IDA The American banker favored p to 8 am Tuesday Maximum 68 Minimum 43 Sunrise Sunset EAR AGO J Maximum 76 Minimum 49 Gretel defeats Weatherly in second Cup race NEWPORT R i tie challenger from Australia efcated Weatherly the Ameri an defender in the second race uesday of the current series or the Americas Cup the vorld championship of yachting The victory margin was 300 ards The Australian sloop was oundly beaten in Saturdays pening race over the 24mile riangular course some nine miles at sea off Newport It was the first time in 28 ears the American entry had ost even one race in the bestof even matches Huge turnout for TedEd balloting BOSTON UPI Massachu etts Democrats voted in appar nt record numbers Tuesday on he issue of whether 30yearold Edward M Ted Kennedy is oo young and inexperienced to sit in the United States Senate The Presidents youngest brother is a slight favorite lo de feat Edward J McCormack 39 yearold nephew of House Speak er John McCormack for the Democratic nomination for U S senator Rain clouds blew out to sea early and a mild tempera ture made voting ideal multination aid programs on these grounds 1 Aid from an individual nation is apt to be conditional on pur chases of the givers more tedious problem than nego tiating the actual issues In announcing the response of the union and the carrier Ken nedy said at Newport RI that the purpose of the Labor Depart ment meeting would be to work out details of resumption of serv ice on the Acting Secretary of Labor W Willard Whiz called in Leighty and board chairman Ben W Heineman this afternoon after both sides had notified President Kennedy of their acceptance of his call for arbitration Heinemans acceptance mes sage to Kennedy called for prior agreement upon the precise questions to be arbitrated before rail service would be resumed eightys message of accept ance said that while his union accepted arbitration it felt that a resumption of negotiations would be a faster method of end ing the strike The message to the President was released at a news confer ence just before Leighty headed for the session with Wirtz In the same session with news men Leighty said he has known of cases where it look weeks just o agree on what matters outside irbitrators were supposed to de cide Leighty indicated the telegra phers agreed to Kennedys arbi tration proposal with a good deal of reluctance Leighty said there are only three or four issues that ought to be included in any arbitration He added that the union is not go ing to yield to everything Mr Heineman proposes to be arbi trated Kennedy wired both sides Mori day night from Newport R I iell ng them there was no excuse or a continued stalemate Kennedy proposed hat an inde pendent threeman board give its uling within 10 days with the uling binding on both sides The plan would limit the arb trators to considering the ques ing aid favored by private firms 3 recommendations announced June piace 14 by the presidential emergency otterboard The President stuck by the rec at home whetherthe projects ommendation nf h the are well iustified nr ommendatipn of his emergency are well justified or not 2 Singlenation aid programs have a susceptibility to political influences whether overt or other wise Black called this my most serious criticism of bilateral aid programs The American bankers views were certain to attract worldwide attention and perhaps stir up a political hornets nest at home board saying they were fair to both sides and consistent with the public interest The findings of the presidential board Photofax BACK IN PUBLICS EYE Former President Her bert Hoover wears his famous smile as he leaves Co lumbia Presbyterian Medical Center in New York after a monthlong stay Hoover 88 entered the hos conditions pital Aug 20 and underwent surgery for removal of a malignant intestinal tumor prominently in the bitter dispute which centers over the firing of telegraphers the railroad says are necessary The emergency board last Juna recommended the union withdraw its demand that no telegraphers jobs be eliminated without a union ok It also asked that union and management negotiate an em ploye protection and job retrain ing program The Presidents bid for peace in the dispute came after a par ticularly bitter exchange of charges by Heineman and Leighty Monday A union aide read a letter fay Leighty which charged that Heine man had told him the railroad would meet the unions demands if it were not for the effects it would have on other railroads and other rail labor disputes Heineman denied the charge and said he had contacted US labor mediator Francis A ONeill Jr who Heineman said agreed that he had made no such state ment The proposed arbitration board would be made up of one man chosen by the union one by man agement and a third member of mutual choice If management and union can not agree on the third member the President pro posed that he name that arbitra tor On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 89 Sports n12 Clear Lake News 13 Latest Markets 14 Mason City News 141518 Comics Farm News 17 North Iowa News 20   

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