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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 11, 1962, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edittd for the LOBE VOL 102 newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Wlr MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 11 W2 HOME EDITION 10c Paper ContUU of No IIS 1 9 Defending coverage of JFKs Are charms overexposed By MERRJMAN SMITH WASHINGTON UPI Back stairs at the White House One of the more recent provoca tive contributions to dialogue about presidential image has come from a nun Sister Mary Paul Paye She is on leave from College Misericordia at Dallas Pa for graduate study of mass communications at Syracuse Uni versity Sister Mary Paul writing in The Nation magazine thinks the American public is being danger ously overexposed to the super ficial charms of President Ken nedy and his family Furthermore she puts most of the blame on the press Her article which has been quoted and analyzed nationally said at the outset The gentleman smiles the youngster slides up to a pony on the lawnthe lovely lady bows Cameras click tapemachine whirl and the American public is exposed again to that danger ous phenomenon The personality cult of the President I protest vehemently vigorously apolitical ly and almost alone Sister Mary Paul recommended several antidotes among them greater emphasis in the news papers and on radio and televi sion to news and features of in herent rather than the social affairs of jhe first lady and similar storfes of socalled human interest appeal The White House elections or noelections should guard it self more stringently against frivolous reporting is another recommendation by Sister Mary Paul While the nuns stature as an authoritative critic of the presi dency seems to stand largely on publicity which her article re ceived she came unwittingly close to expressing feelings sometimes heard within the first family and its circle of intimates The President and his wife for example would like far less public attention paid to their recreational pursuits Theyd be much happier if reporters and yacht photographers ignored cruises and water skiing In fairness to the President however it must be reported thai he accepts a certain amount oi this type of news coverage as in evitable His wife is not quite as philosophical but she does co operate at times in presenting to the world public pictures of her self and her children at play the President and his family are reported arid photographed such places as Hyannis Port New port and Palm Beach might ask themselves several test questions 1 Do they think the newspapers should have kept quiet about the golf and trout fishing of former President Dwight D Eisenhower Or his taste of weekends at Gettysburg Augusta and the quail Micnaei nf news of any presidential activity involving iSJitri anl a where she Caught was a patient at the samwlcntics hospital He was sentenced to want the White House under arvy 50 in ri n other administration to be in the position of being able to determine what should and should not be printed about a president and his family On f he inside Editorials 4 Clear Lake News 7 Society News 89 Sports 1112 North Iowa News 13 Maton City News 15lt Latest Markets U Comics 1 IT MISS AMERICA VISITS POSTER Jean Mayer Miss America 1963 has fun with eight yearold Lola Lucas St Louis poster girl for the Muscular Dystrophy Association Miss Mayer 20 from Sandusky Ohio made New York her first stop on nationwide tour after winning her title in At lantic City NJ N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Visits space centers J IJUNTSVILLTE Kennedy visited two of the nations major space cehterson the first leg of a twoday tour of US projects aimed at over taking the Soviet Union in space Red China scolds US again China scolded the United States loudly again about the flight of the Chinese Nation alist U2ilane downed over theChina mainland but the Nationalists npr the US government gave any indication would halt Nationalist spy flights over Communist China V Oil sideline softspoken Texas lawyer who op erates oil wells as a very nice sideline admitted surveys showed a number of his wells were illegally drilled at a slant apparently to tap oil from beneath adjoining leases H M Harrington was one of the few witnesses to appear before a Texas legislative committee who did not refuse to testify Just crocodile tears UNITED NATIONS The United States said that Russia exploded a nuclear device in outer space last year US Ambassador Francis T P Plimpton denounced the Soviet Union in the UN committee onthe peaceful uses of outer space for its crocodile tears about the dangers to astronauts caused by an American nuclear explosion in space over the Pacific Ocean this summer Unions charge ganging up five raihroad operating Critics of the manner in which unions have accusedthe entire railway industry of e President PnH hfc ganging up against striking telegraphers of the at Chicago North Western Railway ItT if Threat of holocaust over Cuba United stand by lawmakers FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON The United States Tuesday dismissed as obvious propaganda Soviet Premier Nikita Khruschevs warning that the United States keep hands off Cuba gr risk nuclear war State Department press offi cer Joseph W Reap said US policy on Cuba was still that enunciated in a White House statement last Tuesday declar ing that any aggression by Cuba in the hemisphere willbe pre vented by whatever meansmay be necessary Reap rejected as utter non a Soviet claim that Unit ed States could not negotiate on the Berlin crisis until after the November congressional elec tions and therefore was willing to take this into account Earlier Secretary of State Dean Rusk and congressiona leaders of both parties unitec in declaring that the Kremlins warning will not shake US firmness in opposing Fidel Cas stro Rusk said We are a grea country We or afraid We will procVed asw find necessary Senate Republican leader Ev erett M Dirksen endorsed thi view He termed the Russian claim that nuclear war coulc start over cuba an uhveilet and naked mus be answered iri kind Let there be no timidity Dirksen said Democratic and Republican members of Congress similarly scoffed at Khrushchevs nouncement thathe would put off any Berlin negotiations until after the November balloting They called it a crude attempt by the Russians to intrude into the American electoral system Reap said for his part that the United States was prepared Berlin talks at any time He said this country had not given Russia any reason to believe they had to be suspend ed because of the elections or anything else In branding the Soviet blast against U S policy on Cuba repetitious propaganda Reap said that during the past two years the Russians had issued 15 warnings in one form or an other against the U S attitude toward Castro Moscows threat of a nuclear iclocaust followed by a few hours charges by Cuban Pre mier Fidel Castro that the United Statesis preparing to at tack his North Iowa Fair and warmer with increased southerly winds Tuesday night lows in the 50s Partly cloudy and warmer Wednesday with chance of showers northwest part of zone highs in low 80s owa Partly cloudy Tuesday night warmer lows 50s east to near 60 west Partly cloudy chance of scattered showers northwest and extreme north central Wednesday warmer east highs in the 80s Further cloudy Thurs day turning colder scattered showers southeast Minnesota Growing cloudy warmer Highs Wednesday in 70s WARM GlobeGazette Weather up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Sunrise Sunset Tough climb Data 60 39 53 Huffsqnd puffs by economy WASHINGTON sonal incomes and nonfarm employment rose to record highs in August the govern ment reported Tuesday Corporate profits increased in April May and June This came as a mild surprise to government economists There were the high points oi reports on the economy which were generally ancour strong of expansion Government economists was learned estimate the gain in total business activity in July August and September at about billion TKe vsnce in the preceding three months was billion On the unfavorable side it was reported that mortgage foreclosures on nonfarm pro perties have continued to rise The total of 53743 inthe first half of the yearwas the high est for any JanuaryJuly pe riod since 1939 If the trend continues this years fore closures will go well above the 73000 listad for 1961 Commerce Secretary Luther H Hodges reported at a news conference that personal in come advanced by billion last month to a record season ally adjusted annual rate of b i M i on According to Hodges corporate profits were about 11 per cent higher than the figures for a year ago Im inclined to think busi ness has picked up a bit Hodges commented July and August are encouraging Over the shortterm I think busi ness is going to remain good NEGROES WOUNDED RULEVILLE Miss UPD Shotgun blasts ripped through the window of a homeMonday night Fought appeals to high court MOINES WThe Negroes in the Mississippi Delta warn of pirates Ships hit off Cuba KEY WEST Fla ana radio said Tuesday a Cuban reightei and a British cargo ship lave been attacked by what the iroadcast labeled a pirate ship No mention was made of casual ics or the extent of damage The broadcast monitored in ey West said the ships were irect on off the northern coast of uba but did not specify the time The Cuban vessel identified as he San Pascual was hit 18 times and eight shots whistled through he crews cabin the radio said The British ship the name of vhich sounded like New Land ook 13 hits the Havana account aid The Cuban military claimed he attack was carried out by a 40foot ship with two motors painted white and gray appar ently a PTtype vessel The British vessel may have een the Trafalgar Steamship Co sugar cargo freighter ane In London Trafalgarsaid he Newlane left Havana Monday night under charter The company said it did not know the 7043tbn ships destination because the charter had been arranged by its agents for the Caribbean area Havana radio the Cuban ressel was carrying a load of molasses the Bitish freighter a oad of sugar for Socialist coun ties Calling the alleged incident a cowardly attack agamstthe Cuban government the broadcast said a second British a name whichsounded like Apple the attack be cause it was delayed in reaching the area The in HM wake of shelling of Havana Aug 24 by The youth who led the Aug 24 attack said last week that ships with Communist flags would be considered military targets Juan Manuel Salvat the attack leader made that statement to newsmen n Caracas VenezueIa The spotlight has been focused recently on shippingto and from Cuba by an increase in military ihipments from the Soviet bloc to idel Castros regime and reports hat much of this isibeing carried n ships chartered from NATO al ies or the United States Sen Everett Dirksen RI11 said ast week 61 vessels of four NATO ountries are delivering Commu ist supplies to Cuba He said ongressional leaders were in armed at a White House briefing hat most of the military material omes in British German Nor wegian and Greek ships THAT TKTTIPT C nrYTkTI re GlobeGazette Photo by Walk 1HAT FfcELS GOOD Oren Lee Staley president of the National Farmers Organization could be say ing This little piggie stays home but hes just giving massage after speaking in Ma son City Monday night Staleys feet have a right to be have been on the go almost constantly since the tyFOs holding action started last week With Staley is Kenneth Hyde Clear Lake NFO pres Gordov on Page x Leads rally here Go ahead shake your finger laughs Nikita WASHINGTON or Secretary StewartUdali told cwsmen Tuesday that Soviet remier Khrushchev demon trated his quite earthy and uite human sense of humor when offering to pose for a pho ograph with him in Russia last week Udahl said that just as he picture was about to be tak n Khrushchev told him If By CHARLES W WALK GlobeGaiette Farm Editor Last week for the first time in a long while a lot of people inthe city realized that pork chops and KoOT nfoolr 9 VWAU JJ4JJ1 JH andwounded two Negro girls acitll help you out with the voters uve in the voter registration of o of SAME DATE1W1434 roti can go ahead and shake finger in my face le now source of says NFO leader beef steakcome from the XT Lee Staley Rea Mo president of the National Farmers Organization summed upthe suc cess of his organizations livestock holding action to an audience of more than 1200 at the Moose Hall inMason City Monday night The success of the action Staley continued has been great er than we ever coiUd have realized at the start He pointed out that many of the cattle bought on the 12 terminal livestock markets Monday were stockers and that nor wouldnt even be counted irithedays receipts Despite the success of the ac tion thus far Staley warned this is no time to become com placent OBJECT FROM Alamos NM scien tists believe the 14pound chunk of metal is a piece of Russias Sputnik IV satellite which broke up and fell over Manitowoc Wis It was sent to Los Alamos Photofux for measuring of gamma radiation induced cosmic rays A piece was sawed off by the Smithsonian In stitute for analysis before it was sent to New Mexico five spy Soblen dies LONDON AP Fugitive spy Robert A SoWen died in a London hospital Tuesday andescaped the life sentence that awaited hirri in a US federal prison for wartime espionage for the Soviet Union Soblen died in Hillingdon Hospi tal where he had lain unconscious since last Thursday He had taken an overdose of barbiturates just before he was removed from Brix ton Prison for deportation to the United States Dr Cyril Barnes who was In charge of Soblens treatment told newsmen Soblens death was due not to the drugs he had taken but rather to exhaustion following convulsions and damage to the brain presumably caused by hem orrhage Barnes explained that Soblen had taken a quickacting barbitu rate and it had been eliminated from the body chemically 24 hours before death larnts Mid Sobltns Dr Dina Soblen a psychiatrist like her husband was at his bedside when he died Sheflew to Lon don and had been at the hospital with him since Friday For more than a year Soblen was suffering from what doctors said was incurable leukemia There are going to be days when receipts will go up When those days comewe will have to work all the harder to keep the receipts down the following day s The purpose of the action Is not to help farmers market 100 hogs or20 cattle next week but to enable them to sell their products for a fair pricefor years to come These are our products We are not expecting the processors to pay us an unfair price but they should know that we will fight for a fair price Staley continued Fn order to be a complete sue cess Staley added the holding action will have to continue at its present rate of success for two weeks and perhaps part of the third week Staley rioted that the people who have been saying the NFO couldnt hold the products arent merely peo ple who have been farming farmers for years Staley also contended that the hog price wouldnt be within a hundred of what it is if it werent for the Holding action The packers and processors ;