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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 23, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             Hopes dwindling for South Korea The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEG VOL 103 MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY MARCH 23 1963 10c a copy No 37 1 HES Karl F Rolvaag reads a humor maga zine Minnesota Recount Col oring Book in St Paul as he enthuses over a threejudge panels refusal to dismiss the gubernatorial recount which gives him a 91vote margin over incumbent Gov Elmer L Andersen a Republican An dersens intimates have said he told them This is the end of the line and that he will not appeal the decision u v Iowa Fair and warm Saturday I011 on nome night partly cloudy and con tinued mild Sunday Low Sat urday night in the 40s north east to around 50 southwest Minnesota Clear to partly cloudy and mild through Sun day bated until the session is well past the halfway mark j The governor praised the cur rent legislature as diligent and hardworking having passed a quantity of bills But he said the test of a legislature is not just how many bills are passed but to what extent the legislature comes to grips with the major public is sues that cry out for attention I would point out to you that at this mature hour in the session we have yet to see conclusive ac or other major bills on capital city and town punishment a state utilities com mission liquor control legislation taxes appropriations and many other vital issues of major public concern GlobeGazette weather data upihas Passed a reapportionmenl to 8 am Saturday plan a brucellosis control meas ure and a bill increasing benefits in the Iowa Public Employes Re tirement System The Senate has Satire is revived in Britain Some too hard to stomach By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTON Satire the late George S Kaufman once remarked is something that closes on Saturday night That gloomy dictum is fast deing disproved by a scattering of bright British young men who are busy in the United States as well as in their native land Britains broadest satire at the moment is probably the sprightly and irreverent tele vision show That Was the Week that Was Despite the fact that it is aired by the gov ernmentowned British Broad casting Corporation it even goes so far as to make fun of royalty A recent skit entitled The Queens Departure had the royal barge sinking with Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip aboard I When the same skit was in corporated into a revue in cidentally it was ruled off the stage by the Lord Chamberlain Britains censorship of legiti mate theatre bars portrayals of royalty Rather more arcane is a new biweekly magazine Private Eye Although a frequent target of its staff Prime Min ister Harold Macmillan sent them New Years greetings Randolph Churchill presented a subscription to Pierre Salinger President Kennedys press sec retary Later Churchill upset by some jaundiced cracks at his projected biography of his father Sir Winston sued Private Eye and got a public apology and a settlement Satire really comes into its own in the fourman British revue Beyond the Fringe which is now on Broadway These young men not so much angry as wickedly disenchanted accept any risk and take on to save starving villagers targets the church the by a fiveday delude Bllt he addcd education sexual mores politics nf a small group of men anything they choose to The death to11 from happen to compose a slim ture They even have the rarejeruptlon of sacred Agung voljmajority on a committee can use courage to poke fun at the headicano at 1264 The goverttheir power to kill legislation that of an emergent African nationJnor of Bal he expected itjis supported by public opinion and And as drama critic John Simon rise to at least 1500 sinceja legislative majority then I say points out What is done to Harold Macmillan for instance shouldnt be done to any chief of state not even if he has been a publisher and yet it needs doing One of the Beyond the Fringe group Peter Cook who runs the Establishment Club in Soho a center for the new satire has brought over a cafe revue called Establishment which outdoes its parent for deviltry Although this has been a sellout in Chicago Washing ton and now New York its humor is so rough and mordant again and again so spang on target that American audiences find parts of it tough to take And when a member of the Macmillan cabinet is identified by name as a homosexual one is inclined to wish young Cook who wrote as well as produced the show had retained a modicum of British rcticejnce So much of the new British satire is political that one wonders why it has proved so attractive here where the taste for sharp political quips has long been neglected The young men of Beyond the Fringe letj alone The make Vaughn Meader creator of the 4million record best seller The First sound like an antiseptic Bobj Hope i HughesGOP rift growing DES MOINES Democratic Gov Harold Hughes hit another lick Saturday in the squabble which threatens his honeymoon with the Republicancon trolled legislature Asserting that the democratic process is being short circuited he called for the public to raise its voice against heavyhanded committee and lobby techniques that prevent worthwhile legislative proposals from being publicly debated in By Lack of stability growing US aid still high By CONRAD FINK SEOUL South Korea United States has given heavily in blood and dollars to try to bring stability anticommunism and democracy to South Korea Isow 18 years after the massive aidj program began American hopes are dwindling South Korea has neither stabil ity nor democracy Bitter political battling between its military gov ernment and civilians diverts the watch on communism the Assembly Hughes remarks were prepared for a radio broadcast A similar blast in a speech in Des Moines Thursday night drew answering fire from Senate Majority Leader RobertlUgler RNew Hampton and Lt Gov William Mooty RGrundy Center They asked Hughes to be specific about the lobbying charges prercnis Like the Mongols and Japanese here before Americans got involved in Korea through for tunes of war The others came as conquerers winning World War II the Americans came as liberators of this Japaneseoccupied barren land of 25 million people Two choices seemed available Go home and let Korea drift into Communism already gripping the On the inside Editorials Page 4 The Surveyor 5 Religious Features 67 Society News 89 Mason City News 1011 Latest Markets Sports 1314 Clear Lake News 17 Comics 18 Business News 2021 North Iowa News24 City employes in slander action MARSHALLTOWN IV Hear ing has been set for next Wed ay and build Washington decided to try to build and the cost has been mounting ever since The bill for helping beat back a Communist invasion in 195053u vvas 20617 dead and 103284 wounded Financial aid now totals billion or 54 billion depend ing on whether military assistance DENIES SHELL WED Actress Joan Crawford shown with her 16yearold daughter Cindy said there is nothing to a report that she plans to marry New York Gov Nelson A Rocke feller I dont need this publicity she said And Im sure he doesnt Miss Crawford is holdingan award she ac cepted from the Philadelphia Womens AdvertisingLeague chief of staff was the front man clcir is called aid When Dr Syngman Rhee was ChongPl1 gme Smaster strateeistsChang l and C the new re was imprisoned in July 1961 charged with being a counter revolutionary He later fled to America in a US Air Force elected president in 1948 things were going fairly well The US military government had kept the nation on its feet and there was talk that perhaps South Korea could be a Showcase of Democ racy contrasting with Commu nist North Korea War came in 1950 and almost everything the United States had invested vanished in a rubbte heap Rigler in a speech to the se1 for next pointed out that the Court twoextending across the devastated has passed a reaDDorfHmmwU Lslts flcd b members of the country Maximum Minimum At 8 am Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 51 29 38 36 20 Food rushed to site of volcano eruption DENPASAR Bali ur gent request for rice and heli copters went out from this cap passed a utility regulation bill and Rigler said the House soon will debate that measure He said leg islative committees still are at work on liquor control legislation and added The governor knows full well the Republican leader Marshalltown police and fire de partments against Mayor W B Crosby and the City Council The actions involve the police and firemens benevolent as sociations and the sale of tickets to their annual dances Mem bers of the groups had been ordered to return money kept from the sale of tickets Rhee turned tough holding power with police strength Ap parently seeing no alternative Washington policy makers stuck with him pumping more money into the economy However when students took to the streets in April I960 charging Rhee was rigging elections Wash ington announced they had justi Ihe pohcemcn and fire men liable grievances I rl 1 A I r i I tun wen tut nepuoiican snitaiHco ship in both houses is committed I assocatons are That finished Rhee to a thorough debate nn fhk ftr pnvat anA that thev into exile again and to a thorough issue Hughes noted that normally no bill can be acted upon until it has been reported out of a committee to the floor for debate He said committees are necessary to had been slandered by the city officials The suits asked for an injunction hut no damages ital Saturday in a desperate and Perfect legislation for feared dead many persons are missing andthis is a perversion of the demo icratic process Chang became premier A softspoken man dedicated to democracy Chang wasnt tough enough for the job South Koreans began battling in the streets but Chang wouldnt crack down Watching from military garri SAME DATE T962 86 Safely Department Figures Blick Means Traffic in Fait M Honri He John plane Chung Hee Park with Kim Chongpil at his elbow took over the government Park personally assured Presi dent Kennedy he would return power to civilians in the summe of 1963 First he said the military mils deal with what he called corrup and inefficient politicians American aid continued More than 50000 American troops were left in Korea helping guard the front In late 1962 the junta split Kim then director of the powerful Central Intelligence Agency was accused of attempting to grab power Park acknowledged his regime was surrounded by rumors of financial scandals Nevertheless Park remained popular in the countryside and on Jan 1 he lifted a ban on political activity He permitted that he would be drafted as presidential candidate of the Democratic Re Kim sure sons throughout the count ry ever were young colonels generals who were more willing to crack down publican Party which formed and looked like a winner Civilian used their politicians however new political liberty andtalking about alleged scandals thanand power struggles within the junta They struck May 16 196T seiz Km ig Seoul in a coup so secretly j executed that even American field advisers didnt know it was coming Gen Chang Doyoung army Mrs Gross hurt in fall WASHINGTON The wife of Rep H R Gross Klowa was recovering in a hospital here after breaking her nose and fracturing a knee in a fall at the couples apartment in Arlington Va Exlowan has typhoid SIOUX CITY The daughter of n prominent iioux City attorney is gravely ill in a York City hospital with typhoid contracted in Switzerland Frank Margolin said his ailing daughter Mrs Henry Safran 25 a 1958 Miss Iowa candidate returned to this country from Switzerland on March 11 and her jJlness was diagnosed as typhoid if Blast wrecks Penney store SAN JOSE A bomblike boiler explosion blew a gaping hole in a downtown store leaving three persons dead in a maze of rubble and at least 71 in jured The blast from the Gfoothigh boiler in the basement of J C Penneys wrecked a drugstore on the buildings main floor and scattered glass and wreckage in the main intersection of this city of Where US dollars were spent abroad On March 16 Park reversed course and declared that only four more years of military rule could save the nation from chaos He proposed a nationwide vote on the idea but his political op ponents objected strongly saying that since they and the press are muzzled any referendum would be sure to result in an overwhelming victory for the junta The politicians took their fight to the streets kicking and shov ing in scuffles with Parks police At weeks end it appeared that in the streets the issue would be settled Coopers rocket on launch pad CAPE CANAVERAL UPl Astronaut Gordon Coopers Atlas New troops on border NEW DELHI Prime Minister Nehru said Red Lnma has moved in fresh troops along the 000 mile border between India and Tibet He warned that China may be considering further armed action at a time of its own choosing Must boost growth rote CHICAGO President Kennedy said that even without a recession the unemployment rate will climb steadily and swiftly to 7 per cent unless we step up our rate of growth Kennedy spoke of this dis turbing prospect in a speech following his dedication of O Hare International the worlds busiest airfield Didnt manage Salinger WASHIXGTOX if Presiden not lie or deprive the public of lial Press Secretary Pierre except that which national security inger has pleaded not guilty for the to charges that the Kennedy from our ad fnn ministration has managed newsj to arrinp ace ride C MJUIOWJ OF FOREIGN AID AVERAGE 19151961 an FOREIGN AID IN 1962 Inslead hc said Frfda il is He said natlons newspaper televino apologies for Tay I SIOn and Cdltors who dcPlotc d i tcrmine what their readers will between disoov ever taken by an read and what their listeners missiles in Cuba nd arrived at cape Monday installation was Arw he suggested a serious completed Friday with thn next should be made to see if project being the placing Of are manasinc copers space capsule atop the th in the public interest rocket That task is scheduled Thc Kennedy administration for sometime in April Salinger told a Womans Xa lf the shot goes as planned tiona Press Club luncheon 22 trips has co oortod t T W3S l T K Pa l bel0ve an imegral t arin ts Cooper will make 22 trips has nrit never will have a around the world in a little more of presenting a false im than 36 hours and return for to upublic landing in the Pacific Ocean In the Cuban crisis he do near Midway Island Iclarcd the administration did TU welould ThVhl   

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