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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 5, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North lowoi Daily Newspaper fdittd for HM MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL The newspaper that makes all North lowans AuocUttd Prtif nd United rwu FulJ Wire MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY APRIL S 1961 neighbors 7e s Copy Paper Consists ot Four No IM t here L Head Bad times for some i fishermen New England in trouble By WILLIAM G WING New York Herald Tribune News Service GLOUCESTER times have come to Gloucesters fishermen These sturdy men of the sea who did much to create New England are disappearing They arc taking their leave at the dawn of an era when the country may be forced to turn to the sea for more food The principal reason is for eign competition Now that fish can be quickfrozen fishermen from Iceland to Japan can send their catch to the American market at prices that make it almost impossible for the Gloucesterman to compete FOREIGN competition has been stiff enough to elbow the New England fisherman out of the biggest new development in the fisheries Fish sticks These are fingerlength pieces of fish meat cooked frozen packaged on assembly lines and sold in chain stores from here to Arizona Fish sticks are changing eat ing habits from fresh to frozen fish This also is hard on the New England fishermanwho works for the fresh fish market He has been hurt too by the decrease in supplies of some fish But the coup dc grace comes from his continuing to sell at the prices of a decade ago while everything he buys boats nets motors insurance goes up in cost i So after the fisherman brings trips with no out or goes North Iowa Considerable cloudiness and colder Wed nesday night lows in the 20s Partly cloudy continued cool Thursday highs around 40 Iowa Partly cloudy west most ly cloudy east Wednesday night colder lows 2532 Gen erally fair Thursday highs 40s east to 50s west Further Considerable cloudi ness chance of rain or snow north and east continued cool Friday Fiveday ClOUDY Hopeful of agreement by Russia Big issues on agenda WASHINGTON Iff B r i tish Prime Minister Harold Mac millan and President Kennedy met Wednesday for talks on world eroblems Of foremost concern was the crisis in Laos and prospects for a ceasefire there A fleet of limousines brought the British leader and his rank ing foreign affairs advisers into ouajthe White House three minutes through next Monday Nor1 ahead of the scheduled start of mal lows are in the 30s and three days of intensive policy Iowa Temperatures normal highs in the 50s Coldi cr at the beginning of the period with no decided tem perature changes thereafter Precipitation will average 10 of an inch or less in the north to 20 to 40 of an inch in the south occurring as rain or snow mostly Thursday night or Friday and again about Sunday or Monday Minnesota Cloudy continued cold Highs Thursday in low 30s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 amWednesday Maximum V 4ij 30 Trace Minimum Precipitation Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 46 29 OFFICER ARRESTED IN THE CON GO A Swedish U N soldier stands guard over unidentified white officer arrested with Katanga troops at Elisa discussions Macmillan went directly into the White House and was ush ered to Kennedys office where he was greeted by the Presi dent The Cabinet room was chosen for the formal discus sions THE BRITISH have received indications from the Reds that Russia will accept the British plan for a verified ceasefire before the beginning of 14na tion talks on pacification of the troubled Asian nation Kennedy leaving an adminis tration policy conference at the State Department Tuesday night said that the ceasefire is what we are most anxious 10 have and we are hopeful that well have one But the critical situation in the distant Southeast Asian kingdom FROM OUR WIKE SERVICES was only one of many major is N in a few brokers fish he sells broke He has almost none of the cushions enjoyed by other American food producers Fish ermen are as far outside the comforts of the Welfare State BOATS HAVE been fishing out of Gloucester since it was founded in 1623 Fifteen years ago as many as 411 boats were using Gloucester fish piers in the summer Threequarters of them are gone now Of thc hundred or so still fishing 30 utshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Victory claim NEW YORK The management of Allegha ny Corp has claimed vic tory in its fight with the Murchison interests to retain control of the big holding company To leave Congo UNITED NATIONS N has noti Ihe White House meeting Others include the problem of Red China and a growing movement to give it UN membership the Cuban and Congo situations the prospect of a crisis later this year over Berlin and the stale mate in negotiations with Mos cow for a nuclear weapons test ban treaty THE PRESIDENT and prime minister have scheduled four meetings before Macmillan leaves next Sunday for Canada In addition to morning and afternoon sessions Wednesday they will meet again Thursday Stock market going but no gains EDITORS NOTE It was a crazy day in the stock mar ket the busiest since 1929 on the American Stock Exchange the biggest on the New York Stock Exchange since a presiden tial heart attack in 1955 Yet the state of the U S economy seemed to have stood still A trend may have indicated and a warning was sounded But there was no one to answer the big By LeROY POPE NEW YORK UPI The boneweary big men of business and the incredulous cleaning women of Wall Street were in total agreement The bushels of tickertape littering brokers offices were a near record In one day Tuesday more than 7 million shares of stocks had changed hands on the New York Stock Exchange million worth of business on paper A considerable propor tion of Americas estimated 15 million shareowners compared with 65 million five years ago had been on quite a buying and selling spree Yet when it was all over very little seemed to nave changed Price averages computed by different means showed only slight In effect the market Ididnt go anywhere This meant that for just about every stockholder who wanted to sell all across the country there was someone who wanted to buy And it was impossible to single out any major reason for the exhausting pace the w a y President Eisenhowers heart attack was blameu for the previous 7million share day AP Phototax port building injuring a number of the U N troops before they were rescued by other Katanga armymen An ad bethville Congo airport Arrests fol vance guard of a battalion of Irish U JN lowed attempt of natives to seize trol of the field Mobs later stoned air troops flew in and occupied the airport Wednesday First showdown on road use tax bill DES MOINES The Iowa sues scheduled for discussion at Senate began its battle with the numbers Wednesday when it took up debate on the contro versial allocation of the road use tax fund The issue has been tabbed as one of the most controversial of the session since it effects the pocketbook of every Iowa resi afternoon ing and Saturday morn West German Chancellor Kon are big trawlers that go out to fjed the United Nations iAncl that it is ready to comply jlo immediately with U N French resolutions calling for the iGaulle withdrawal of Belgian military personnel from the Congo Demand withdrawn UNITED Russia dropped the U2 ancl RB47 plane incidents the North Atlantic Banks Of the smaller boats 42 be long to the Whiting Association ancl according to Raymond Kershaw the association man ager their average age is 24 years He estimates that only five of these are solvent The rest of the boats are in debt Kershaw says some by as much as This means the number of boats will continue to dwindle since1 there is no sign of hope Many men on thc piers think Gloucester will have no fish boats within a few years rad Adenauer is due here next for talks with Kennedy plans to ply Cold wind and snow in Iowa Blustery northerly winds put an icy touch to Iowas weather Wednesday Light snow fell at Mason City and Spencer Temperatures Wedne s d a y were expected to remain in the 30s contrasting with Tuesdays top reading of 60 at Davenport and Sioux City dent The road use tax fund is the first strictly bread andi butter issue to come before the current legislature As in the reapportionment is sue the battle for shares of the approximately million fund apparently puts the rural forces against the city and towns legislators The focal point for debate was Senate File 466 a sliding scale formula proposed by Sen D C Nolan RIowa City chairman of the Senate Highways Com mittee NOLANS PLAN would give 50 per cent of road use money to primary highways 40 per cent to secondary roads includ ing farmtomarket and 10 per cent to cities and towns starting Jan 1 1962 The following year the formu per cent and secondary roads 38 per cent The allocation to cities and Vote gains setbacks for GOP Sept 26 1955 MARKET OBSERVERS in stead offered a number of little reasons Some investors wanted cash for income tax they sold Some investors acted on word from President Kennedys chief economic adviser Walter W Heller that the end of the re cession might be at they bought Some speculators may have By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Republicans flexed their mus cles in Texas Tuesday but St Louis handed the GOP a set back in its drive to woo big city votes Republican Jolw G Tower a Gold watertype Republican led a field of 70 in the Texas spe cial election to fill the Senate seat left vacant when Lyndon B Johnson resigned to become vice president The only major question re maining as the Texas Election Bureau finished counting the votes was who would face Tower only Republican on the p xirby and the ballot in the June 3 runoff The race for second place was be tween Sen William A Blakley currently holding the job by temporary appointment and Rep Jim Wright j WITHIN HOURS after ALTHOUGH TOWER led theiclosing bell gave the exhausted nearest Democrat by 135000jtraders on the floor of the ex change a chance to rest New been looking for a quick profit so they bought and sold A bitter proxy battle between Pennsylvania multimillionaire AMin D Wirhir n fhp riph Murchison Brothers of Texas accounted for about oneseventh of the total on the New York shares of Alleghany Corp uy joovw towns under the Nolan planjvotes thc combined vote of thcchange a chance to rest would be on the basis of bO per ive leading Democrats was 670York stock Exchange President noon Q tin d11 flPT fPflF DOtHI n i cent need and 40 per cent popu618 morc than twice Towers Nation controversial dogs for scientific research bill was returned to the Senate after the lower chamber tacked on several amendments oefore approving the measure 8720 runoff j There is disquieting evi In St Louis Democrat Rayjdence that some people have mond R Tucker won a third not yet discovered that it is fouryear term as mayor by aiijnp0ssjijie to get something for 41428vote margin over Repubjnotnjng lican Ben H Lindenbusch Fij Funston said these rue on i A t ina1 unofficial returns g a v did not use the word spec THE BILL provides that Lindenbusch 59 attempting to wanted unlicensed and claimed dogs sheltered by prij vate and public agencies inj THE REPUBLICANS eluding humane societies mayjhoped this campaign would be provided to licensed rej mark the first success of their ok search laboratories for scientifdrive to revive the party orgam ic purposes The laboratories zation in the big cities would pay up to for each dog ithc GOP fared poorly in last it received falls presidential election resident pians 10 piy Clearing weather was forcjla would be divided on a 493912 e Mav 31 to confer with cast for Thursday with tcmperaibasis and by 1964 and there President Charles delves in the 40s east to the cities and towns would get 1 i4 per cent primary roads 48 west but the United States re 3 Iowa women killed in crash PRATT Kan A flaming headon collision of a gasoline transport truck and a car near Pratt Tuesday killed four per sons question of Communist THE GLOUCESTER fisherj ancl Tibet from the Unit mens fortunes have declined ec Nations agenda in re even though the United States remains one of the greal fish catching powers Thc only countries that catch morc ac cording to thc Food and Agri culture Organization of the United Nations are Japan and Communist China But since 1959 thc biggest part of the United States catch has been for factoriesand chick en farms rather than food for people These are the socalled industrial fish mostly a sardine like species called menhaden which arc squeezed for oil for paint and other uses and ground into meal for animals and poul try Most of this kind of fishing is done south of Ncw England Gloucester like the rest of Ncw England is chiefly inter ested in edible fish precisely the kind called groundfish These are such species as cod halibut haddock redfish and flounder that feed on or near tht bottom the ground GOP strategy WASHINGTON Re publican congressional leaders appear to be con structing a record aimed at putting the blame on the Kennedy administra tion if Laos eventually falls into Communist hands including three lowans dics were burned beyond recognition The Highway Patrol said suppression of Hungary found at the scene in dicated thc iowans wcre Grace Van Dyke Mount Pleasant and Helen ancl Florence Campbell sisters of New London All three in their 60s At New London thc town marshal said Helen and Flor ence Campbell were supposed to be on their way home from an annual winter vacation in thc South No 1 law violator Marcello deported GUATEMALA Carlos Marcello New Orleans under world chieftain deported from the United States arrived here Tuesday aboard a US border patrol plane and promptly dis appeared Marcello 51 reputed ly directed a huge policepro tected crime syndicate With headquarters in Louisianas Jefferson Parish adjoining New SAME DATIlfMlOl Orleans Ho had been labeled One amendment approved byj the House included one for lje nef ing that the dogs be than it has been for the tacular so far comfortably while kept at anylPpf1 elSht Ega If but no one is guaranteeing that won1 be matched A1 Ihotofax FOR THOSE WHO CANT BRUSH AFTER EVERY MEAL Cleaning dinosaur dentures is an annual h Funston issued a VAJ ivr JXCIlii vuiovvu iaoucu a tlon i total The figures would about the heavy trad In the House meanwhile the I to favor a lone Democrat in the mg make improper use of the facili h a of the investment commu a nth and a 7080j000 shares 6n the Ncw j York Exchange and 4202000 on for lje nef American Exchangewas has been for the tacular so far Ea Former Sister Kenny chief gets 70 e MINNEAPOLIS UPI The echjefs and feuding with the executive director of the On one occasion sister Elizabeth Kennedy Foun jnamcd a parrot as police chiefjdation Marvin Kline Wednes nually to the state department Ojj J teacher The deleat ended vi i f H stormy vears of firing police tain the animals from the ovu council On one occasion Elizabeth Kennedy Foun Rep Leonard C Andersenjnamcd a parrot as police chiefjdation Marvin Kline Wcdnes RSioux City proposed an day was scntcnccd up to 10 amendment which would cxj JnciHp iycars in tho state prison for TliC inSICJc Igrand larceny Execution of the Society News 78910 sentence has been stayed for 45 Sports 1920 days to permit him to appeal Editorials 22 Comics 23 Clear Lake News 24 Mason City News 2627 Latest Markets 27 North Iowa News 31 empt the 13 humane societies in Iowa from the organizations which would have to make dogs available It was defeated 67 36 The Senate defeated a similar amendment before passing its version of thc bill three weeks ago I his conviction and sentence Kline was found guilty in Janu ary of using fraud and deceit in gaining a salary hike from to 848000 from the chari ty in 1957 Trading stamps for cash plan approved by House DES MOINES UPI Traddeem books of the stamps former Tea Co Burlington from nr Mmm would be out on a cash instead of merchandise district court decision that ng stamps would be put on a jn s redemptionjsaid the stamps should be clas cash basis under a bill passed ccntcn jsificd as i discount by the Iowa House Tuesj day Thc bill which now goes tojoriginai um wuiun wmm thc Senate would require mejicslablishcd lhc slamps as a dis1 t chants offering thc stamps with 0 n on purchaifs ccnl slalc s purchases to give the buyer P i Bcnncr appealed thc ruling ccntcrs isifjcd as i discount L Such wjM ITI j i nillCIltl isiis LU t spring iob for maintenance staff at Chicago s Mu between taking the WHILE THE HOUSE deon grounds the stamps were not the No i fnlhc scum of Natural History In fact they uac a vacuum slamps Or lhcir equivalent bating Uic fauvcr   

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