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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 20, 1961, Mason City, Iowa North lowai Daily Newspaper Idlttd CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION VOL The newspaper that makes all North I o a n s Preu United Pmi Full UaM MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY APRIL 20 1961 neighbors Copy Pijxr Consists of Four Ont Nt 1M U S restraint not JFK FROM OUR WIRE SERVIOKS WASHINGTON President Kennedy warned Thursday that the United States might be forced to intervene in Cuba for its own the other American states fail to fight ef fectively against communist Downfall of Castro nearing Victory may be hollow By WILLIAM L RYAN Associated Press News Analyst MIAMI Fla the Havana radio proclaimed as a triumph for the Castro regime over its enemies may yet turn out to be the beginning of its downfall There were some things wrong with the Havana proclamation First the voice of the maxi mum leader still was curiously missing Second it conceded that anti Castro guerrillas had dispersed into hiding The antiCastro revolutionary council claims they have joined up with holdout rebels in the Escambray Moun tains and if so they are begin ning a resistance oddly similar to the one which brought the 26th of July Movement to pow er after a long hitandrun struggle SINCE THE victory of Fidel Castros 26th of July Movement on New Years Day 1959 there has been no pronouncement as important to the regime as the one Thursday morning In the past Castro himself never missed an opportunity to make an announcement of major importance Invariably he has taken to radio and tele vision and spoken for four or five hours at a stretch on mat ters far less critical than the business before the regime Thursday What has happened to him Is he just playing it safe cagily staying in the background until the smoke clears That would be unlike him Castro has had a penchant for lumbering loudly into any and all situations and dominating the show HAS HE BEEN shoved aside by the Communists who may feel he committed blunders which interfered with Soviet bloc efforts to organize the country and its economy in the image of a peoples racy It is possible Therej have been signs of Soviet ani noyancc with him j Is Castro still among the liv penetration of this hemisphere In a fighting speech he said U S restraint in intervening in Cuba is not inexhaustible Kennedys words were direct ed not only at Cuba and Castro but over their shoulders at Rus sia and Soviet Premier Nikita S Khrushchev The President said the rebels who invaded Cuba this week and have now fled to the moun tains are determined that Cuba must not be abandoned to the Communists And we do not intend to abandon it either he solemnly pledged Bluntly branding the Russians as those whose character was stamped for all time on the bloody streets of Budapest the President made it clear that he would not be deterred by Soviet threats He said Should it ever appear that the interAmerican doctrine of noninterference merely con ceals or excuses a policy of non the nations of this hemisphere should fail to meet their commitments against out side Communist intervention then I want it clearly under stood that this government will not hesitate in meeting its pri mary obligations which are to the security of our nation Speaking before the American Society of Newspaper Editors he declared that the revolt of the antiCastro forces this week is not over The Cuban people have not yet spoken their final piece and I have no doubt that they will continue to speak up for a free and independent Cuba Nor Kennedy said will this country accept Castros at tempts to blame the United States for the hatred his one lime supporters now have for his repression THE PRESIDENTS address amounted to a major foreign PRESIDENT KENNEDY words policy pronouncement The President said that those who staged automatic riots in the streets of free nations over the effort of Cubans to regain their freedom should recall the roll call of refugees who can not go back now to Hungary North Korea North Viet Nam East Germany Poland or to other lands from which a steady stream of refugees testifies to the cruel oppression now holding jsway in their homelands Kennedy added that there are from this sobering episode useful lessons for all to learn and the United States intends to profit by them FIRST HE SAID the peril to freedom will continue to rise if the selfdiscipline of the free mind cannot match the iron discipline of the mailed fist in economic political scientific and all other kinds of struggles as well as military Secondly it is clear that this nation in concert with all the free nations of this hemisphere must take an even closer and more realistic look at the men ace of external Communist in tervention and domination in Cuba It was not Cubas size that posed a threat he said but the fact that Cuba was a base for subversionof the hemisphere Third it is clearer than ever that we face a relentless strugi CAUGHT NAPPING Norways Sivert Nielsen looks on as Jaimja Wachuku of Nigeria catches a few winks of sleep during 99nation political committee Rebels say more to come AP Photofax meeting at the United Nations in New York Business of Cuban invasion was main topic of discussion Victory for Castro Revised tax plan offered Controversy anticipated WASHINGTON Kennedy Thursday sent Con gress a tax plan which he said would help modernize American business and create jobs He said a possible general tax cut should wait until next year The President said his posals would attack expense account living discourage tax cheating and reduce the worri some flow of US dollars abroad without cutting into federal revi enues In a 6300word special mes sage Kennedy described his program as a first though ur gent step toward broad tax re form in which he said could combine elimination of loopholes and discriminatory provisions with a lowering of basic tax rates Pay raise for Erbe under consideration DES MOINES jn every corner of the globe tees in the Iowa House and goes far beyond the clash ate Thursday were reported in By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Prime Minister Fidel Castros forces asserted they have wiped out rebel invaders on Cubas southern beaches and captured large stores of U S arm including Sherman tanks The rebel leaders insisted the main invading force has fought ihrough to guerrillas wailing in the Escambray Mountains of central Cuba to carry on the aggression but this docs not war against the proCommunist regime Echoing Castros claims Mos mean that the threat to the in dependence of Cuba has been re moved and that the intervention cow radio charged US Marines ists have relinquished their are poised to strike and repeat ed Soviet government warnings that the use of American forces would have dire consequences Moscow said Castro had dealt a colossal blow to the forces of criminal schemes An antiCastro leader in Puer to Rico reported Wednesday night that a new landing had been made in Cuba He did not WINDY Kennedys bill raising the Si an hour minimum wage to by 1963 and bringing 48 million additional workers under the act Kennedy won a smashing victory in the fiveday fight as administration forces blocked any major changes in his measure before passing it favor of an increase in the pay of Gov Norman Erbe The gov ernor now receives a year including for ex penses There were reports that some members of the subcom mittees are in favor of boost ing the governors salary to 000 a year Several state em ployes now receive the governor more than of armies or even nuclear arma ments The United States must draw its lesson from this Kennedy said and recognize that mili tary strength alone will not do Now it should be clear that this is no longer our security may be lost with out the firing of a single missile or the crossing of a single bor Ider N ews m a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Kennedy is popular Nixon WASHINGTON Former Vice President Rich ing He was reported to have ard M Nixonsaid Thursday he finds President Ken nedy is popular with the American people but that there is little interest and virtually no support for his program On foreign affairs Nixon told a news conference that the situation in Cuba is grave and he does not intend to pop off with criticism been fishing in the Bay of Co chinos area when the first anti Castro guerrillas hit the beach over the weekend and may have been in the area of fragments lion bombing Castros name was signed to the proclamation of victory over the rebels The army command signed the major communique Wednesday a departure from a custom in which Castro an nounced everything WHATEVER THE answer to the questions it seems likely that something has happened to change the status of Castro And something has happened too to the status of the regime because of the strike against it by people on the outside who want passion ately to return in peace to their homeland The regime has no guarantee that there will not be new and greater infiltrations swelling the small guerrilla resistance now in Cuba to a force which really can threaten to topple the Communist dominated ment in Havana govern I AM I DATE1HO13I Cubans reportedly MIAMI A Cuban radio station in Oriente Province said bands are playing in the streets of Cuban towns and the people are following them in wild jubilee It took two years for the gringos to pre pare an invasion the announcer said They werent here 72 hours until we ate them up S lodges protests WASHINGTON The State Department said the United States has strongly protested to Russia Bulgaria and Romania what it described as staged proCastro mob attacks against the U S legations in those countries Nehru puts blame on U S NEW DELHI Prime Minister Nehru of India charged that the United States fostered and encour aged the invasion of Cuba Seven more executed HAVANA Seven persons including Rafael Bencom identified as a U S citizen were executed by firing squads at dawn It raised the total number of executions for the past three days to 24 by Erbe DES MOINES Gov Norman Erbe has vetoed a school reorganization bill which would apply only to Scott County It was the second time this session that Erbe had used his veto power North Iowa Scattered showers or thunderstorms Thursday night lows 5055 Partly cloudy and colder Friday highs in the 60s Iowa Partly cloudy and windy The Senate outcome was in Thursday night scattercdjcontrast to House action last thunderstorms cast and The House defeated the ing colder west Friday genj administration measure and erally iair windy and colder I passed a bill providing for a Lows Thursday night near 40j Si15 floor with 12 million unconfirmed that more land ings were immenent THE CUBAN government com munique claiming total victory over the invasion force that hit the swampy beaches of Cochinos Bay Monday said Giron Beach which was the last stronghold of the mercenaries fell at pm Wednesday The Cuban Revolutionary Council which organized the striking force of Cuban exiles had said earlier that the land ings were only a phase of its campaign to overthrow Castro It disclaimed them as an inva sion We did not expect to topple ThC Senate Thursday passed Castro immediately or without minimum wage approved give the location of the beach head There were rumors THESE WERE among tht most notable items in the first step package A special tax incentive for business to modernize and ex entirely pand withholding of taxes on northwest to near 60 south east Highs Friday in the 60s Further outlook Saturday partly cloudy somewhat cold er Minnesota Cloudy wind show ers Highs Friday near 60 GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 a m Thursday Maximum Minimum At 8 a m Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 68 46 52 71 47 chain store workers brought under the act A Senate House committee will now try to compromise the differing bills with administra tion hopes high that legislation acceptable to it will result Last August the Senate ap proved 6234 a similar bill to the one it passed Thursday Kennedy then a senator was floor manager for the measure The House balked at accepting the Senates views and in the end no legislation was enacted On the inside Editorials Page 4 Mason City News 67 Latest Markets 7 Society News KMM213 Sports 1516 North Iowa News 17 Clear Lake News1819 Comics 20 setbacks the council said in a communique issued in New York We are not foolish enough to risk a defeat now This attack has been planned by profession als and it is going according to plan It is safe to assume that dividends and interest repeal of the special tax treatment given dividends and discouragement of corporate investment in com peting industrial countries Kennedy also proposed stricter curbs on taxdeductible expense accounts the elimination of for eign tax havens and the col lection of taxes from highin come movie move abroad in the hope of escaping the U S in come tax He said the business invest ment incentive would cut rev enues by billion a year However he said the other items would offset this and leave at million to spare MANY OF THE specifics wera sure to stir controversy aplenty However there could be little argument over Kennedys main objectives To stimulate the economy make U S business more competitive with faststep ping foreign competition and re duce the nations balance of pay the major effort by rebel troopsiments deficit is still to come The key item and perhaps the THE REBEL command now most controversial was the pro posed tax incentive for business appeared to be anticipating a mounting guerrilla campaign which they hoped would steadily attract popular support within Not a major Rusk MARIETTA Ga retary Of State Dean Rusk said Thursday the rebel uprising in Cuba was not a major invasion SensM refused Comment on rebel Cuba much in the Castros guerrilla expansion and modernization In essence Kennedy would permit companies to subtract from their tax bills an amount equal from the mountains of Oriente Province that ultimately brought the downfall of Fulgen cio Batista Associated Press correspon dent Bern Price in a dispatch from the U S Naval Base at Guantanamo Bay said antiCas manner ofito part of their annual invest campaignjment in new or improved facili Goldwater RAriz anddaims that the blood s h e Cubans in Oriente Thurmond DSC demarked tne beginning of a finalare fearful that the rebels aging of ncv or improved faeil Cuban airliner is seized in Bermuda HAMILTON Bermuda UPI US authorities T h u r s day seized a Cubana airliner when it made an unauthorized land ing at the US Kindley Air Force base on a flight from Prague Czechoslovakia to Ha vana The seizure of the Bristol Britannia airliner with 25 per sons aboard 11 of them passen gers was based on the technical point the plane did not have proper insurance and had been advised in flight not to land at the American base Thunderstorms in sweep across Iowa Thunderstorms and warmer temperatures moved into south ern Iowa Thursday and were moving northeastward across the eastern sections of the state Some hail was reported in the Montczuma area but for the most part rainfall was spotty and of short duration The showers preceded a warm front connected to a low pres sure system located in central Nebraska CHASED BY MIGS SEOUL Korea UPI A South Korean air force Sabrcjcl crashed 100 miles south of Seoul Thursday after being chased by three Communist Migs The in cidcnl touched off a nationwide air alert Barry jlivered lengthy closing speechesibaltlc for Cubas liberation waited too long to strike and in opposition to the bill Gold Rusk repeated denials that he thus allowed Castro to arrest or j water warned it might force aUS government aided the forces scatter leaders who might have jgcneral wage increase and causejopposing Cuban Premier Fidel been rallying points for an upi jlayoffs among marginal workCastro But he conceded ties Many businessmen already have indicated opposition to this tax credit idea Some hava said they would rather be al lowed to increase their deprecia tion allowances that is the amount they can set aside free from tax to offset the inevitable which must eventually be ers US advisors show up in their uniforms VIENTIANE Laos Gen Andrew Jackson Boyle commander of the new US Military Assistance and Advi sory Group here said Thurs day his men will go wherever to front line advise the La otian army in its critical fight with proCommunist rebels The changeover from the os tensibly civilianrun programs evaluation office to a full fledged military advisory group came with little more fanfare than Boyle appearing in a crisp khaki uniform in stead of his usual sport shirt Only a few of the 300man group turned up wearing uni forms which were airlifted in The rest had their uniforms at tailors for alterations I forgot how to salute private said Gen Boyle a youthful look ing 49yearold West Point graduate from Culpeper Va says ht hopes the impact of the changeover will bt more then uniform deep and that sight of Americans in uniform will uneasy frontline troops of tht Laos army rebels were receiving a great HOWS THAT MONTGOMERY Ala LTD deal of help both from outside source familiar with the activi quoted an AmericanjGov John Patterson and within this country ities of Cubans in Oriente as say He said this was not unusual ing the population hopes the re and said obtaining aid in this fashion has been a traditional means of waging liberation fights throughout history volt against Castro will succeed but they are doing nothing un til they have a better idea of what is happening proclamation urging signed a Alabama residents to eat more fried stewed or barbecued and followed it up with a proc lamation setting the week of April 2329 as Dieticians Week in Alabama ADDRESSES AT AND T STOCK HOLDERS Wearing a striped topper Wilma Soss addresses the annual stock holders meeting of the American Tele phone and Telegraph Co in Chicago AP Iliotolnx She criticized company officers for fail ing to publicize resolutions she made in her proxy statement The meeting set a record for stockholder atlcndanca with muse than 18000 attending f
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