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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 19, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper for the Home i CITY GLOBE VOL 102 The newspaper Associated Press and United Press International Full Lease Wires that makes all North lowans MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 19 W2 neighbors We a of Four One HOME EDITION President gets biaaest victory President cant flee politics Overtones to every move By ARTHUR EDSON HOUSTON Tex pres dent may not have politics upper most in his mind every time h makes a move But once the dee is done its bound to have fo better or worse political conse quences No president has been more aware of this than John F Ken nedy Rarely has it been more sharp ly illustrated than in his trip las week to took over space installa tions at Huntsville Ala Cape Canaveral St Louis and here Especially here This was advertised as a non political jaunt and on the sur face it was Kennedy dutifully mentioned th space program is bipartisan He fetched along Sen AlexanI BACKGROUND der Wiley of W i s c o n sin ranking Re pub 1 i can on the Sen ate to prove the h a s no objec tions to the United States gettin a man on the moon first But a few nagging questions kept bobbing up How come Kennedy chose to travel at this Could itbe possible that with Congress stil in session and with Kennedy hav ing no desire to stir up the ani mals this was thought to be an ideal way to make news without creating problems 1 Could the President or anyone else without scientific training assimilate much on such a hurry up journey A giant Saturn boost er rocket such as he saw at Huntsville has to be seen and heard and be scared of be believed But couldnt the President get as much informa tion in one wellwritten letter par ticularly since hes a speed reader Does the sight of a president scurrying through a plant or ah installation really boost workers morale Or is it the morale of the Democratic party that gets the lift This thought was expressed in a cartoon by Jim Berryman of the Washington Evening Star He drew a Democratic donkey ap plauding Kennedy and saying First in space first in peace first in November Kennedy stood to reap a nice harvest of political hay even it it wasnt planned that way How can a politician miss H he goes all out forastronauts When Kennedy got to Houston all n o npolitical pretense was dropped Kennedy said he had invited only top representatives and sen ators on the space committees This burned up Sep Bob Casey a Democrat in whose home dis trict all the activity was to take place Casey hasnt been too en thusiastic a New Frontiersman All the earmarks of a slap in the face Casey cried Not so Kennedy told a news conference Kennedy brought along an all star cast with this road show in cluding Vice President Lyndon B Johnson Texas No 1 politician and David E Bell Bureau of the Budget director Bell will have a lot toxsay about how much money is spent on Houstons Manned Space Center This burned up Jack Cox Re publican candidate for governor Political blackmail he called ft On the inside Editorials Page 4 North Iowa News 67 Latest markets12 Mason City News 1213 Society News 1516 Sports 1720 Clear Lake News 212223 Comics 24 y North Iowa Generally fair and considerably colder Wednes day night with frost or freez ing temperatures lows 2635 Fair and continued cool Thurs day highs in the 60s Iowa Generally fair and con siderably colder Wednesday night with frost or freezing north lovs 2635 north 3642 south Fair and continued cool Thursday highs in the 60s Further outlook Fair and slightly warmer Friday Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average 5 to 10 degrees below normal Wednesday night through next Monday Normal highs are from 70 de grees in the northeast to the middle 70s in the southwest Normal lows are from the upper 40s in the extreme north to the lower 50s in the south It will be cold at the beginning of the period followed by a warming trend Sunday and Monday Rainfall will range from little or none in the northeast to 25 to 50 of an inch coming in showers over1 the weekend Minnesota Fair and continued cool Highs Thursday 5462 GlobeGazette Weather Data up to8 am Wednesday Maximum 74 Minimum 43 At 8 am 49 Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum 73 Minimum Trade bill approved by Senate New power on tariffs FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON President Kennedy won his greatest legis lative victory since entering the White House Wednesday when the Senate passed 788 a trade bill giving him unprecedented new powers to cut tariffs The measure came through three days of debate virtually in the form the President want ed It now goes to a House Senate conference to iron out minor differences Of the eight votes cast against the measure on final passage seven were Republican ballots The sole dissenting Democrat was Strom Thurmond DSC The seven Republicans were Sens Wallace Bennett Utah Prescott Bush Conn Norris Cotton N H Carl Curtis Neb Barry GoldWater Ariz Len Jordan Idaho and Karl Mundt SD N ews in a utshell ROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Stigmatic dies K 0 N N E RSREUTH Neu mann 64 an almost leg endary figure died Tues day of a heart ailment With the exception of 1951 Miss Neumann has appeared to enter a trance on Good Friday of each year and suffer the agonies of Christ on the cross with blood appar ently streaming from her eyes andhands Raps aid cut WASHINGTON retary of State Dean Rusk said this countrys foreign policy objectives will be greatly endan gered if Congress goes along with a billion foreign aid cutordered by the House Appropria tions committee Strike nears eral mediation director William Simkin reported significant progress in efforts to avert a strike scheduled for Saturday against the nations ma jor missile making com panies Beat 2 Kennedys BOSTON If any of fice seekers want advice on how to beat a Ken nedy in an election they should ask John TDris coll he defeated two of them Driscoll won re nomination to a second term as state treasurer by defeating men named John F Kennedy and John M Kennedy CRASH INJURES 33 OFALLON Mo Grey ound bus clipped the rear of a ractortrailer near here Wcd esday injuring all 33 passen ers aboard the bus Administration forces sue ceeded in fighting off everj major effort to amend the bill drastically The bill was a key stone of the Presidents legisla tiveprogram which has had rough going during the last two sessions of Congress The bill extends the reciprd cal trade act for five years until June 30 more impor tantit arms the President with broad tariff cutting Authority to bargain down world1 trade barriers and encourage firm trade partnership withthe fast growing European C o m m o n Market In proposing his trade p r o gram as a bold new instru ment of American trade policy Kennedy said Our decision could well affect the unity of the West the courses ofthe cold war and the growth of our na tion for a generation or more to come After accomplishing nothing in the first day of debate Mon day the Senate got down to ausiness so earnestly Tuesday that it was able to act on 19 amendments But it took the ongest session of the year to do it running 14 hours and 20 min utes Several major efforts to water down the bill were included in he defeated amendments but lone of the proposals touched he major powers in the bill These include authority to cut all present tariffs 50 per cent and a completely new power to eliminate duties entirely Jack Frost may make Iowa visit Frost or freezing temperatures appeared likely for parts of Iowa especially the northern portion Wednesday night With skies generally clear emperatures shoulddrop to 26 35 in the north and 3642 in the south Scattered light frost was forecast for lowland areas in southern Iowa Brisk norfherly winds brought cooler air into the state Wed nesday No 190 and his Passenger John TURNS TURTLE F6R FICKLE STORK Police atState and Federal which HaTlman S Federal were checkeclTr w driven south by Uel B Howe SW and A nod to common market But Britain to go slow LONDON leaders Wednesday gave Prime Minister Harold Macmillan a care fully hedged goahead to continue tus efforts to lead Britain into the European Common Market But the Commonwealth states men took the action on the firm understanding that Britain will ake accountof Commonwealth fears and seek a better deal for Britains Commonwealth partners when negotiations with the six Common Market countries are re sumed in two weeks A communique issued after an unhappy 10days of wrangling catalogued various reservations expressed by the Commonwealth leaders t The communique said the Com monwealth prime ministers trust ed that a closer association be tween Britain and Europe would not be allowed as it developed to weaken the cohesion of the Commonwealth or its influence for Even supporters gre amazed Teds margin is surprising V RELMAN MOR1N tVlP nnminnfinn r ii re By RELMAN BOSTON AP Edward M Ted Kennedy a sensational win rief in the Massachusetts Demo craticprimary looks like a poli tical natural today and his back ers are predicting that he will drive through in November to a seat in the US Senate It is the seat vacated in I960 John F Kennedy when he was elected President Ted crushed his opponent for the Democratic nomination Mas sachusetts Atty Gen Edward J McCormack Jr in a blitz tha dumbfounded his own supporter no less than McCormacksy Shortly after the first returns his headquarters notified Presi dent Kennedy at Newport R I He said he was very pleased said one of Teds chief lieuten ants The younger Kennedy who is 0 and making his maiden run if for elective office took it all wit glacial calm By about 10 pm some thre hours after the polls closed h was on his from his Bostqj apartmenf heac quarters and then to a frantic roaring victory celebration at the Touralne Hotel Lodge over Curtis in closer contest BOSTON W Its another KennedyLodge election battle for fourth round in a long line of bouts for high political office TheDemocrats nominated Edward M Kennedy youngest brother of President John F Kennedy for the U S Senate by a landslide in Tuesdays primary The Republicans picked George Cabot Lodge son of Henry Cabot Lodge former U N ambassador who once held the Senate seat at stake in November The nominees are both young men Kennedy turned 30 age for a senator last Feb 22 Lodge is 35 Kennedy ran better than 21 in the voting across the state over hirival State Atty Gen Edward J McCormack Jr nephew MEAT SHORTAGE BERLIN East Germanys Red rulers Wednesday appealed to the population to save kitchen scraps and keep pigs in their backyards to help overcome the meat shortage SAME Newest spacecraft Its the Sigma7 CAPE CANAVERAL UPI Americas newest manned spaceship has been christened the Sigma7 The name for the belfshaped Mercury capsule now resting atop Atlas booster on a launching pad here was picked by Walter M Schirra Jr the man who will ride it into space m4u S T8fh letter th Grcek meaning many The suffW 7 is in reference to the seven Mercury astronauts of which Schirra is a member If all goes well Schirra and Sigma7 will be rocketed into space Sept 28 to make six orbits of earth before landing in the Pacific Ocean Names of the other space vehicles were flight of Alan B Shepard Jr Liberty flight of Virgil I Gus Gris som voyage of John H Glenn Jr flight of M Scott Carpenter AH Russian manned spaceships have been named Vostok meaning East House Speaker John W McCor mack DMass Lodge was in a closer battle for the GOP nomination with Rep Laurence Curtis The lead see sawed back and forth Shortly before am Lodge made his victory speech at his election headquarters Curtis concession came later with a congratulatory message and a promise of support in the election campaign Complete returns gave Kennedy 556206 McCormack 246542 Lodge 238708 Curtis 192465 The Democrats nominated a Yankee blue blood Endicott Chub Peabody to head their state ticket as the candidate for governor Peabody defeated Clem ent ARiley state auto registrar Peabody will run against incum bent Republican Gov John A Volpe a son of Italian immigrant parents who was renorriinated for a second term without opposi tion The Republicans placed a Ne gro on their ticket nominating EdwardW Brooke for attorney general Brooke was the first Negro on a statewide ticket in Massachusetts two years ago when he tran unsuccessfully for secretary of state AP Photofax THE Kennedy and his wife were talking to campaign workers top photo when they were informed that State Atty Gen Edward Mc Cormack Jr conceded the Mas sachusetts Democratic nomi for senator That brought even wider smiles and whoops of joy Below Rep Laurence Curtis right congratulates George Cabot Lodge who won the Republican nomination for same post countries of Britains worldwide alliance It was preceded by a marathon dispute over Britains proposal to i link up with Europe Almost every of Britains partners ex pressed fears and anxieties that the project would hurt their old time tradingarrangements and Political unity The communique explained that various Commonwealth leaders had expressed the economic As he was hoisted onto concern to their stage in the converted ballroom countries and the ex he looked like a man who had ten towhlch thefr interests had known all along that it would be n so far been met in the Com like this Imon Market negotiations nifici E P v m vhen she tried to speak into voiced bv would have to end if Britain joins Europe on terms so far gained in negotiations with the Common Market six France West Germany Italy Nether lands Belgium and Luxembourg The 2000word communique seemed likely tobe interpreted in different ways by different coun tries For Macmillan it represent ed an interim indorsement of pol icies which he is determined to carry out y I The three old white Com His juggernaut victory appears countries are ail big 0 be the result of four main facProduccrs of what officials de Kennedy name in Masscribe as temperate achusetts Teds natural talent cereals meat All fear their or politics a precisionengi W0uld be gravely in eered organization and a debate Vred tney were suddenly de hat backfired on his ojjiponent njed the tarifffree arrangements Weeks before the sdl in Boston politician told this cor espondent Hes gqtmore po tical savvy already than his rother had in his first campaign seems to come more naturally 1 him than it did to Jack when s was starting The younger Kennedy worked ard driving himself day and ight He covered the state from nd to end He spoke at five and x rallies a day His voice gave ut toward the end Like the Presidents 1960 cam aign this one was supported by smoothworking professional rganization well supplied with money One of the key figures on the earn is Kennedys brotherinlaw tephen Smith He is married to he former Jean Kennedy Smith says the turning point in he campaign began to appear fter Kennedys first televised de ate with McCormack In that ap the attorney general aid Kennedy that without the amous name your candidacy ould be a joke We took some samplings of pinion after the debate Smith said Ted was the underdog be fore that But we found people switching It definitely must have backfired on McCormack Only the Newspaper Jv ONLY IN THE NEWSPAPER goes beyond reporting your favorite sports to give you background information on players team standings and a record of performance Blank check for JFK on Cuba FROM OKR WIRE SERVICES power ful senate committees Wed nesday unanimously approved a resolution that would give PresidentKennedy a congres sional blank check to deal with communism in Cuba includ ing the use of troops if neces sary The resolution drafted by the Foreign Relations and Armed Services committees declared US determination to use all means needed to block communism from endangering the Western Hemisphere It was designed to strength en the Presidents hand in dealing with the threats posed by communism in Cuba under Fidel Castro and the Soviet arms buildup there The joint resolution which bolh Senate and House are ex pected to approve Thursday would require the signature of President Kennedy and reflect unanimity between the White House and Congress in the de termination by the United States To prevent by whatever means may be necessary in cluding the use of arms the MarxistLeninist regime in Cuba from extending by force or threat of force its aggres sive or surversive activities to any part of this hemisphere It also would put the Presi dent and Congress on record in asserting determination 1 to prevent in Cuba the creation or use of an extern ally supported military capa bility endangering the secur ity of the United States 2 To work with the Organ ization of American States and with freedomloving Cubans to support the aspirations of the Cuban people for selfdeter mination   

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