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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 29, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Editod for tfo MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION VOL 1W The newspaper Associated frtu ind Intenwttoul Full Wire that makes all North lowans MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY NOVEMBER n e i g h b o r s ConsUU el Two No 251 Regents budget increase has no fat A need for supersonic airliner JFK awaits final report by WILLIAM DICKINSON JR GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTON How mans technology may outstrip his actual to his embar again illustrated by projects here and abroad to build civilian aircraft able to fly at more than twice the speec of sound Technical problems in de velopment of such a jetliner now seem well on the way to solu tion But such a ship will be in ordinateJy expensive so cost Iy in truth that it can be pu in the air only if liberallj financed with public funds With so much of the taxpay ers money being poured into outer space travel and research the Kennedy administratioi probably would like to escape the task of having to sell Con gress and the public on laying out the million that has been suggested as the minimum government contribution to de sign and construction of three prototypes Yet this is precisely what N E Halaby administra tor of the Federal Aviation Agency is believed ready to recommend in a forthcoming report to the President A decision to plunge ahead would be made easier perhaps necessary by the allbutfina agreement between France anc Great Britain to cooperate in de velopment and construction of a Mach 2 1400mileanhour air transport It would be designed to carry 90 passengers across the Atlantic in less than three hours a 50 per cent time sav ing over present schedules Under the present plan French and British aviation companies would be subsidized by their governments up to million to work together on the plane Hopefully prototypes would be in the air within four years and production models on the airlines by 1970 FAA Administrator Halaby ha said that If we lose the jet mar ket to the French or British or perhaps to the Russians then we would have a serious bil lion balance of payments prob lem not to mention a loss of up to 25000 jobs Halaby thinks the United States should develop only a Mach 3 transport capable of flying 2000 miles an hour or more because he con siders the Mach 2 plane a short term aircraft with only limited commercial appeal Estimated costs of developing the first three Mach 3 models eome to twice the total assets of the countrys major aircraft manufacturers So some form of federal assistance is a must Thereafter the airlines doubt less would need help in making purchases they stil owe billion on subsonic jetliners now in service When Halaby submits the FAAs report to the President in December aviation experts will be looking to that document for answers to certain vexing ques tions Would operation of super sonic transports ever be eco nomically feasible How would the problem of sonic boom be handled Would cosmic radia tion be a danger to passengers at the crafts 70000 foot cruising altitude And is there real promise that all the technical problems will be licked LOST BOY FOUND SIOUX CITY Wilde 9 missing since he failed to return home from play after school Wednesday was found on the McKinley School playground Thursday morning The boy tofd police he became lost and decided to spend the night on playground IT DOESNT PAY TO ormula prescribed for a long and happy marriage by Mr and Mrs Jesse Smalley Seattle Wash shown with their 72nd weddinganniversary cake The elimination of marital combat helps your general health too says Smalley who is 93yearsold I havent been to a doc tor since 1918 he says And Mrs Smalley 90 has only been to a doctor once in the past 36 years No special treatment even for JFKs sister SANTA MONICA Calif Patricia Kennedy Lawford the Presidents sister and wife of Pe ter Lawford is going to have quite a change of pace during the next month Shell visit the wrecking yard where autos smashed in traffic accidents are interred And shell visit children at the Kennedy Child Guidance Center in St Johns Hos pital to make a survey The fcrst activity sounds like a strange choice for a Kennedy and an actors spouse It isnt a choice Its a court sentence imposed Wednesday when she pleaded guil y driving with an expired opera tors license The clinic survey also is part of the sentence Shell write a re port on the number of children who are patients being treated for accident injuries Theres a personal touch to the hospital chore The center is named for her brother Joseph P Kennedy Jr killed in the war Her junkyard report is expect ed in two weeks the hospital sur vey in 30 days The court decree was made by Municipal Judge W Blair Gib bens widely known for his un usual penalties in traffic cases He once had a coffin brought into his court and stood tapping it as he lectured 30 motorists N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Wont Thant to stay on UNITED Soviet Union and the United States were reported agreed that U Thant of Burma should be kept as UN secretarygeneral until late in 1966 Diplomatic sources said the Security Council would meet Friday to recommend Thants election million loss on contracts WASHINGTON The General Services Admin istration GSA reported that the government faces a loss of at least on its nickel stockpiling contracts with the Hanna Mining Co once headed by former Treasury Secretary George M Humphrey Wonts freedom for atomic police f GENEVA The West will accept an interna tional scientific commission to police a nuclear test ban only if the Russians letthe commission roam freely Western sources said Sweden proposed the immediate establishment of the commission at the 17nation disarmament conference here Russ renew German treaty talk MOSCOW The Soviet Union called for aGer man peace settlement for the first time since the Cuban crisis in moderately worded notes to the Unit ed States Britain and France The identical notes asked for normalization of the situation in West Bernn but contained neither a time limit nor any specific proposals recount some Mmnesoto votes ST The Minnesota Supreme Court or dered the state canvassing board to reassemble and count disputed amended canvass returns from the counties of Blue Earth Douglas Grant Koochiching Le Sueur Morrison Otter Tail Stearns Stevens and VVatomvan The county canvas amendments in those counties swung the lead from Lt Gov Karl Rolvaag the DemocraticFarmerLabor candidate for governor to Gov Elmer Andersen Soy 3 colleges must keep pace FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES DES MOINES The Iowa Board of Regents Thursday submitted a whopping million a year budget request to Govelect Harold Hughes which it said was needed to keep pace with the explosion of knowledge in the atomic age If there is any fat in this budget we cant find it board member Maurice Crabbe Eagle Grove Republican told the Democratic governorelect Crabbe described the budget request as the final and best that can be produced It represents an increase of more than 32 biennSm boards annual appropriation for the 196163 secretary emphasized that the regents not plan on any tuition increase in the next two years He our present fees are near Vote fails the top for our kind of The total asking for operation administration and maintenance of the boards general office and six institutions was for each year of the 196365 bi innium This is an increase of over the annual appropd a t i o n of ranted by the 1961 legislature In addition the board asked for during the two year period for capital improve ments up from the current budget of The regents budget proposal coming on the 7th day 01 Hughes hearings nearly doubled the administrative ask ings and more than tripled the capital improvements requests thus far submitted by state de partments boards and commis sions Coupled with a per year request from the Pioneer Law makers who trimmed their ask ing by per year from the current appropiration the re gents proposed budget swelled the total thus far submitted for administrative purposes to million per year This is an increase of million over the combined current budgets for the same state agencies The capital improvements to tal now stands at million up million over the 196163 appropriation for the same de partments The major portion of the in creased budget was earmarked for the three institutions of high er education Crabbe said increased enroll ment anticipated as the result of the postwar population ex plosion made it necessary to prepare the university and col lege curricula teaching staffs and physical facilities for the in flux of students He said that after the 1920s little was done for 30 years to mprove the physical plants of ihe three institutions and sup port since then has been spot y Owasa to keep school IOWA FALLS A proposed merger of 12 sections of the Owasa School District with the Iowa Falls School District failed to pass at a special school elec tion Wednesday The measure was favored in Iowa Falls 952 The vote in the Owasa district was 3737 with one spoiled ballot Since i simple majority in each dis trict was required Owasa for the time being will keep its elementary school The Owasa district operates school with the first eight grades and sends its high school students to other districts on a uition basis Last December the merger passed in a vote of the two districts But later it was ruled invalid by the State Supreme Court because voters in all 37 sections of the Owasa District ast ballots in the election The iigh court ruled only residents in the affected sections should be allowed to vote Two other proposals involve merging 20 sections of Owasa with Eldora and five sections with Hubbard These have also been defeated Further steps in the reorgani zation proposal have not been planned at this lime Government of Algeria bans Commie party ALGIERS Algerian overnment has banned the Com munist party Information Minister Mohamed Hadj Hamou told newsmen Pre mier Ahmed Ben Bellas govern ment decided on the ban several days ago Ke gave no further details Wednesday night the Arab lan uage Communist party paper Al loury was banned During the sevenyear na ionalist revolution the Commu lists at first did not support the then reversed their stand but never took an impor ant role in the fight The Algerian rebel organization had close ties however with the Soviet Union Communist China and other Communist countries PFLUEGER DIES MIAMI UPI Albert Pflue ger 59 an authority on fish and one of the worlds foremost taxi dermists died in a fall at his home Wednesday SAME SPOKESMAN FOR AMISH Dan Berntrager farmer northwest of In dependence acts as spokesman for the Amish residents of the area during a court hearing Despite the threatened loss of two schools which have been Iholofnx operating without state approved teachers Berntrager said only about a tenth of the 750 persons living there are planning to move to an Amish set tlement in Canada North Iowa Partly cloudy through Friday Lows Thurs day night 3035 A little warm er Friday highs in the 50s Partly cloudy through Friday with considerable fog west late Thursday night and early Friday Lows Thursday night in the 30s A little warm er Friday highs generally near 60 Further outlook Partly cloudy and continued mild Saturday Minnesota Mostly cloudy show Highs Friday ers warmer in 50s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Thursday Maximum 50 Minimum 40 At 8 am 43 Sunrise Sunset 440 YEAR AGO Maximum 40 Minimum 19 3 motels hit TV thieves theft of two television sets from the Acre age Motel here was discov ered Thursday morning just before the reported theft of a television set and radio from the Spencer Motel Spencer and two television sets from the Suburban Motel at Em metsburg According to Horace Clap saddle proprietor of the Acre age Motel two men registered just before 9 pm Wednesday They gave their names as A W Allen and Bob Davidson both of Jackson Minn They took separate rooms When the maid opened the rooms Thursday morning discovered neither had been used The TV set and the bed spread from each were miss ing It is assumed the spreads were used to cover the TVs while they carried them to the car Keys to both rooms were also missing Authorities from three coun ties Clay Palo Alto and Kos suth are investigating As far as they have determined the two men registered at each of the three motels about 25 miles apart all on Highway 18 between 7 and 9 pm The names used in h e register here are not listed in Jackson CubGazette g North Iowa News10 Society News 111213 Sports 1514 Latest Markets 18 Mason City News 1819 Clear Lake News20 Comics 22 TITANIUM PROBE WASHINGTON nvestigators studying national stockpile practices for signs of extravagance Thursday turned heir attention to the space age nota titanium Pope has stomach disorder anemia full of spirit VATICAN CITY John XXIII is suffer ing from a stomach disorder that the Vatican said Ihursday has provoked a rather intense anemia Ivoman Catholics around the world were asked to prav for his recovery A Vatican communique said the blood Sith a affravation of symptoms of gastropathy for which the 81yearold pontiff has been for some time under nec essary medical and dietary treatment Vatican sources said Pope John awoke full of spirit Thurs nrt Imnl watch Shis aPattment Under Ulc suffered years from a prostate condi tion and there had been reports surgery might be ncccssarv Disease claims 5th child Pray for a miracle GRAND RAPIDS Mich UPI Mr and Mrs Rus scil Johnson who havelost all five of their children to a rare congenital disease are praying for a miracle in an ticipating the birth of their sixth child next February Funeral services will be held Friday for their fifth child who joined her three brothers and a sister in death two days ago Barbara 9 ami her broth ers and sister all died of the same illness sometimes called Schildcrs Disease which doctors describe as a progressive degeneration of the central nervous system The Lord has been good to us said Mrs Johnson clutching a tearsoaked band kerchief He has given us children to love and enjoy to care for and watch over There is no bitterness in our hearts There is no known cure or therapy because the real cause of the disease has not been determined Dr John Lowry a pediatrician at the University of Michigan said We treat the symptoms as best we can There arc no miracle drugs Lowry savd I3r John Rucknagle mem ber of the human ficnetics de nccssarv One medical authority here said the term gastropathy could mean a simple stomach disorder or a serious ailment such an ulcer The authority said the genera term gastropathy would not include a prostats an indication that the stomach disorder was a sepa rate ailment The communique made no mention of a prostate condition Pope John was 81 just last Sunday The medical authority said anemia could be serious in partment staff at University Hospital in Ann Arbor said the disease may be caused by recessive genes of the par ents Suzanne Marie 2 died Oct 15 this year Before her were Stephen 2 who died in Au gust 1957 Joseph 2 died June 1958 and David 2 months January 1959 And while the couple has been told that their chances of having a child without the disease grow slimmer with each one they maintain their courage and faith in God Possibly our baby will be normal we will pray a man his not neces sarily Apparently Pope John himself has been concerned about his health for some time On Sunday after celebrating a birthday mass he said We are at the start of our 82nd year Will we arrive at the end of it We are not excessively concerned Any day is a good day to be horn and any day is a good day to die The night before his birthday he revealed he had been reading a prayer from the Roman Catholic Office of the Dead At another time during the past   

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