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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 4, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             Norih owas Daily Newspaper for the HeTie CITY G HK1E VOL 100 The newspaper th a t makes a 1 1 orth i uu ghbors JFK on Cuban Paoor ConsSsU o Two SectionsSection 41 dsb sug One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GiobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE Castro must peddle it to the Communist bloc Cll 910 sS One news service looks at itself T AM LATELY HOME FROM Dallas Texas where 1 par ticipated in what could be de scribed as a clinical study of the worlds greatest newsgath ering agency It was the annual meeting of the Associated Press Managing Editors Association Present were about 400 news men most of them with theii wives Special entertainment was provided for the latter but I was impressed by the sizable number of women at each of our workshop type of meetings Its no mean compliment when you can pull milady away from such attractions at the Nieman Marcus department store or the Dallas Trade Mart The featured speakers outside our profession included person able young Robert Kennedy the attd Gov Luis Munoz Marin of Puerto Rico Both of them but par ticularly the boyish attorney general madethe headlines in the Dallas newspapers Bob Kennedy started out by expressing some disappoint ment that he hadnt been able to go into a huddle with the Dallas publisher who only a few days before as a guest in the White House had directed some highly uncomplimentary remarks at the President In a story or two told with a broad grin Bobby disarmed most of his editorial critics in the audience One of them had to do with the fact that its much easier to make promises in acampaign than it is to make deliveries in office In the question and answer period that followed the lunch eon talk one editor tried to get the attorney general to predict what lies ahead for Jimmy Hoffa Kennedy however took the position that because the case is in process of adjudica tion it would not be appropri ate for him to express an opinion j Another question had to do with extending the antitrust legislation to big labor unions While granting that xmder pres ent conditions there is the pos sibility of power abuse the Presidents brother concluded that correction does not lie in the direction of making busi ness and labor come under the same governmental restraints and regulations North Iowa Clearing and much colder Monday night with di minishing winds lows 1525 Partly cloudy and colder Tue day highs in middle 30s Iowa Mostly fair Monday nigh and Tuesday Colder Monda night lows 15 northwest to 30 southeast Colder east an south Tuesday highs in th 40s Further cloudy and slightly warme Wednesday FiveDay Temperature for the fiveday period Mon day night through Saturda will average 4 to 8 degree above normal Normal high will vary from the lower 30s in the north to the upper 30 in the south Normal lows wil range from 15 to 18 degrees in the north to near 20 degree in the south will be turning colder Monday Preslden U S Cuban e for si night and Tuesday and minor variations thereafter Precipi tation will average near nor mal of about 15 to 25 of an inch occurring as rain 01 showers Monday night and Tuesday and again in the lat ter part of the period Minnesota Fair and colder Highs Tuesday around 30 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Minimiim At 8 am Precipitation Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Sunday Maximum Minimum At 8 am 35 36 Trace 48 35 41 35 38 SAME flowa Safety Department Figures Black Flap Means Traffic Death In Fast 21 Hours 41 i vj outidj ior si Oil COS til US u cf f 11 i in v nottiGr SSQ mi The presidential decision also came as the council of the 21 of nercd a shoull or shouwn or sanction againstcuba Kennedy previously had set Cubas sugar quota at zero through the end of this calendar year Monday he continued th ban through next June 30 in the national interest Castro government announced in October that it had negotiated agreements with Communist bloc countries to sel annually for the next four ears But the price was less than one cent a pound and experts predicted Cuba would get mostly bartered goods in return The United States used to pay 2Mcents a pound over the world mar ket price This amounted to a premium of about million year to Cuba of fh n Ure experts said Cubas normai share of the U S market for the first half of next year would have been at least 1575000 tons US sugar prices are about per on above world market prices one specialist estimated Department experts said the continuation of the ban on uban imports would not in itself have any direct effect on u b market prices or on American sugar growers The federal ui uu mnencan sugar growers The federal sugar act which expires next June allows the administration to reallocate the Cuban quotas to other foreign countries on a emporary basis Industry opposes sugar allotments President Kennedysextension of the ban on Cuban sugar mports will have less effect on North Iowa and Southern Minne sota sugar beetgrowers than will the activities of Secretary of Agriculture Freeman Freeman favors an allotment program for beet growers as veil as othersegments of agriculture it was pointed out by John Oliver agricultural superintendent at the Mason City plantof he American Crystal Sugar Co If the secretary should impose acreage controls it might veil erase the gams made by the local industry during the last ear Oliver said We took on about 30 new growers this year1 Ahe noted and sugar beet acre Instrument package sent over South Pole POINT ARGUELLO Calif UPI A 29pound package o nstruments was hurled abou 7600 miles over the South Pole londay where radiation infor mation was radioed back to arth with less power than i akes to operate a flashligh ulb A Blue Scout Jr solidfue ocket fired from the nava lissile facility adjoining Van enberg Air Force d the saucershaped payload eep into space N To a question as to whether the department of justice was planning to crack down on gambling in Las Vegas the at torney with a knowing the posi tion that this was a matter to be decided on a basis of slates rights This answer drew as much laughter as his earlier funny stories Puerto Ricos Gov Munoz im pressed his hearers as much by his impeccable English as by his rather profound thoughts re flecting the Latin American point of view He admonished against pastingjxlious political labels on Latin Americans So cialists he explained should never be identified as Commu nists There seems to be a wide spread feeling in U S he pointed out that communism is the only issue But there are other issues in Latin America issues that must be resolved before communism can be banished The issues he said arc Turn Page 2 To rule on school prayers to The Supreme to lule whether prayers in public schools are consti tutional It accepted for argument and ultimate de cision a case involving a prayer said in the schools of New Hyde Park N of children in four Saying of the the SS P1 to the flag The prayer reads Almighty God we acknowledge our depend ence upon thee and we beg Thy blessings upon us our parents our teachers and our country Underground blasts scored Jhe Soviet government declared Wfsiern Powers stop all nuclear ncluding underground explosions fallout it will re such nuclear tests as it deems necessary for the consolidation of its defense capacity A few United States announced lowyield underground nuclear blast Promotes religious liberties ELHf T16 Third General Assembly of SUnCl1 Churches approved a resolution Provide their citizens with unrestricted religious liberties Agree on Laos neutrality conference on Laos aKtv that a draft declaration of neu tianty that could bring peace to that Southeast Asian kingdom by Christmas age jumped from 7400 acres in 1960 to 10700 in 1961 The domestic sugar producers consider themselves entirely capable of controlling output to avoid an overSupply Oliver said particularly since they still are under a sales quota Unless the foreign market fails to deliver its quota do mestic producers are permitted to sell only a limited amount based on average sales in re cent years Banning Cuban imports is a step in the riglif direction Oliver said because it makes the US less dependent on for eign production Russia and its atellites now produce a third of the worlds sugar he pointed out border NARROW EASTWEST BERLIN BORDER GAPS Overhead view at top made Monday showvs how the Com munists have narrowed gaps in the wall at Berlins Heinrich Heine Strasse checkpoint between east and west sec tors of the divided city Awater truck is at the auto entrance for cars iiito West Berlin At right is the canopied entrance for people In foreground are Photo fax East German policemen In background are steel tank traps in the East German sector Below U S soldiers with auto weapons backs to camera at stand behind sandbag barricade just across the border in West Berlin facing East German soldiers on duty as Communist workmen work on the new wall action Gaps are narrowed North Iowa and Southtrn Minnesotas sugar production Ihis year has been exceptional Oliver reported With less than 50 per cent increase in acreage tonnage production will be about twice what it was last year The production per acre is considerably higher he said and sugar content is good Main factor in the increase he ad mitted was the very favorable growing weather On the inside Editorials page 4 Society 101112 Sports 1314 Latest Markets 16 Mason City News 1417 Comics jg North Iowa News 20 Clear Lake News Transit Schedule 22 Katanga tensions climb after threat roadblocks ELISABETHVILLE Katanga Minister Evariste Kimba of Katanga threatened Monday to shoot down all planes flying over this secessionist prov ince and Katanga troops followed up the declaration by throwing up roadblocks on main roads leading the authorities They offered no resistance unnea tor remova when arrested and were being of all roadblocks The communi held m the county jail Monjquc said the United Nations had day threatened to use force as author shopping days left Two of four escapees at Eldora held Two youths who escaped from the Iowa Training School at Eldora Saturday night have been taken into custody here and two others arc being OA sought in Cerro Gordo County S said Alfred Roux 17 and Larry to the airport and the UN Indian troop camp Kimbas threat was termed a very grave statement by act ing UN Chief George Ivan Smith who reported it at once to UN headquarters in New York Katanga troops killed one UN soldier wounded three and seized 15 hostages during the weekend Katanga soldiers Monday block ed roads with tree trunks oil drums and heavy rocks All traffic was turned back Two armored cars moved up to one road block UN troops moved up three arm ored cars to face them At an abandoned military sup ply depot in Elisabethville Katan ga paratroopers dug in and took up defensive positions When asked what they were doing 0 Bnen created a stir by charg ing Britain and France tried to hamstring him while he was U N representative in Katanga OBrien let loose with his blast after resigning from his UN post and then from the Irish Foreign BERLIN AP Working hrough the night under flood ights 2500 East German workers narrowed the seven crossing points between West and East Berlin Monday and strengthened he adjacent sections of the Ser in wall with more concrete The US command rushed up platoon of 30 battledressed in antrymen as a show of force at he Friedrichstrasse checkpoint in he American sector the crossing lesignated by the Communists for Allied personnel and other for eigners With a bazooka and two ma chine guns set up behind sand bags the American soldiers faced several hundred men of the East German peoples army also in battle dress with machine guns The British increased their patrol on their short stretch of border near the Brandenburg Gate and Drench officers were reported ob icrving the activity along the bor der of their sector The formidable new walls were about seven feet high and five feet hick Tank barriers of steel hedgehogs were cemented into the ground Only small passages for traffic about eight feet wide for vehicles and two to three feet for pedes rians were left open The East Germans said they vere strengthening the wall to protect East Berlin from any ill advised Western action The In terior Ministry added that it was East Germanys reply to US troop movements on the 100mile autobahn linking West Berlin with the free world Maf Gen Albert Watson II US commandant in West Berlin rushed a written protest to his So viet counterpart Col Andrei I Solovycv Watson called the new East German action an illegal viola ion of the fourpower occupation agreements oil Berlin and de manded Soviet assurances lhat here would be no interference vith Allied and civilian traffic be ween the US sector and Berlin Watson called the East German explanation an obviously ridiculous justification Before the work started at 6 pm two US Army buses took half a hundred uniformed Air Force reserve officers from Wash ington on a twohour tour of East Berlin Among them were Sens Barry Goldwater RAriz and Howard Cannon DNev both one star reserve generals A group of offduty Soviet sol diers on the street spotted the buses broke into smiles and ex changed waves One member of the group Sen Jack Miller RIowa was driven across into East Berlin separately m civilian clothes and was stopped by the East German peoples po lice Miller said he showed his Senate identification card and the checkpoint officer passed him through with a smile thanks and Remains are not those of Earhart says professor Raymond 17 were arrested Sunday evening by sheriffs dep uties at the Wheel Inn Cafe north of the city limitsAn un identified person had tipped off This is war with the United Nations Tension between Katangans and UN troops is at flashpoint In a communique Sunday night Kimba said the Katanga govern ment had rejected an ultimatum by the United Nations for removal Authorities were combing the area for two other youths be lieved to be in the vicinity Both captured escapees de nied having stolen either of two cars suspected to have been taken by one or more of the four who fled Eldora One was stolen from a church at Union Sunday morning and another was taken Sunday aft ernoon Neither had been covered Monday re VN ized by the Security Council and the Katanga government had warned in turn that force will be met with force Tn Paris Katanga President Moise Tshombe declared that if UN forces attempt a new armed in Katanga the fighting will be on a major scale because the Katangan peo ple arc determined topreserve their freedom Irish exdiplomat Conor Cruise FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES SAN FRANClSCOAn anthro pologist said Monday that hu man bone fragments and teeth found on the Pacific Island of Saipan were not the remains of Amelia Earhart and her navi gator Dr Theodore McCown pro fessor of anthropology at the University of California said the remains appear to be those of more than two persons Also they appear tobe from Orien tals rather than Caucasians McCown said The bones were taken from a grave on Saipan by Fred Goer ner a newsman for radio sta tion KCBS ID San Francisco who has spent more than two years trying to solve the 24 yearold Earhart mystery The famed Lady Lindy and her navigator Fred Noonan disappeared in 1937 on a flight between New Guinea and How land Island during a roundthe world trip Gocrner believes they were captured by the Japanese and that they died on Saipan Jules Dimes Columbia Broadcasting Co radio vice president and general man ager of KCBS said Our faith in the basic details of the story reported by Gocr ner is unshaken the tcstimony of so many residents of Sai pan that a white woman flyer was there and in fact the receipt only of more informa Uon from US soldiers who had been on the island during World War II convinces us that the search for the final chapter of Miss Earharts life will indeed be completed as a result of the evidence which Fred Goerner had reported Dunes referred to letters from Ralph R Kanna John son City tf Y and x Fred Chapman West Coxsackee N Y both of whom recalled seeing snapshots of Miss Ear hart when they were on Sai pan during World War II   

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