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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 13, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspapei Edited for the Home CITY GLOBE HOME EDITION VOL 102 JT h e newspaper that makes all N o r t h 1 o w a n s Associated Press and United Press nSternatlonrt Full Lease Wires MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY APRIL 13 1962 neighbors UOc a Paper Consists of Two Ona NO n As talks resume Berlin access be topic WASHINGTON AP The governments earlier this week in new round of USSoviet talks on preparation for the talks mLPOfSibAtyt0HatBerlin Sfr The circulated ment is expected to concentrate for reaction and commenti at the outset on the problem of is understood to have stressed the guaranteed access for Western need for guarantees by the Soviet powers between West Germany union of unhindered access to i u u West Berlin bysurface and air u Wl11 be held routesThe possibility was raised here Monday by Secretary of State that this could d under Dean Rusk and Soviet Ambassaan international authority that has f operational control of the supply The United States set forth its iine ideas on the requirements of an access agreement in an informal Informants said this position on working paper submitted to Allied the critical access issue was sub stantially the same as that taken by Rusk in talks at Geneva last month with Soviet Foreign Minis ter Andrei A Gromyko So far as could be learned from official sources the United States still considers totally unacceptable a Soviet counterproposal for East German control of the supply lines under limited supervision of an international authority Relativism M fs I is foe of churches New version of Commandments By LOUIS CASSELS United Press International Thou shall not Presumably what Rusk wants o explore further is whether the Soviet Union acceptance of the concept of an international author ty provides an opening to bring closer the conflicting US and So viet positions closer together The Soviet proposal was hinged on a number of conditions aimed at obtaining the withdrawal of Western forces from West Berlin Irr ncoLcin luiucs iium west Thou shalt not bear false and winning recognition for the nPQQ 11 n inc P witness unless youre in a jam Thou shalt not last German Communist regime commit The Western Powers by con adultery except when youre to really in love the maintenance of their protec Moses would never recognize in Beiv this version of the Ten Comin and land of guaran mandments It is a moderntees aganl Communist mterfer version It has never been writ fnce h trafhc be ten down on tablets of stone West Berbn and West but according to US religious niany leaders it appears to have Gen Lucius Glay President r Kennedys personal representative in Berlin has decided to leave There is great coricerriamons his assignment after stating he Jewbelieves the tensions in the be Protestant Catholic and ish leaders about this popular leaguered city tendency to add convenient lessen escape clauses to the Command ments which have tjeen the basis of the JudeoChristian moral code for of years Theologians call it moral relativism The moral relativist they say himself first time of a wage truthfulagood SriwsT can trust him The Teamsters Local 638 went nn h P an eye on strike and Pickets late M Thursday after the final after He would never think of robnoon Star was put out and em bmg a bank That would be pioyes belonging to other ma criminal and also dangerous jor unions refused to crosj sees no great harm In clipping the company for a U S concillatlon commission expense ace Cnarles La Valley said the dispute of a new contract wa a serious situation and not optimistic about few bucks on his count ought to pay me a better salary or in pressing a spurious damage suit was insurance company can early afford or in defrauding the government somewhat on his income tax return take it all if you let If he reads in the newspaper about a janitor who returned a sackful of money that fell out of an armored car he sits down and writes the janitor a letter telling him how stupid he was If he happens to be an electric explains to a congressional com mittee that he didnt do any thing really criminal He just violated a law that was incon venieht to his business If his favorite TV quiz shows geniuses a sucker who wouldnt lie for He does have a code of sexual morality in fact two of them The other which he privately regards as the only suitable rule for a robust man like him self is borrowed from romantic movies and novels It holds that marital infidelity is excusable if it results from a mutual if fleeting passion sanctified by the name of love Dont get the moral relativist wrong He doesnt want to re peal the Ten Commandments He thinks they are a great guide to conduct especially for the other fellow and provided ol course that you them too far dont carry will continue to IS it Dy was newspapers Star to for the anri he an FRIDAY THE WHOOPS 13TH Its here again that dreaded day for superstitious people Friday the 13th Which means youd better watch your step This young lady at St Petersburg Fla seems to be trying to get her bad luck over with early by stepping off a curb in posed photo onto a convenient banana peel But if youre worried at all the best solution is to stay away from ladders black cats and the like fact why not just stay an bed Youll be safe the house collapses Blame blame whos to blame on Atesting rHatterf GENEVA tfi The Soviet Union attempted Friday to in diet the United States and Britainbefore world public opinion for refusing to accept an unpoliced moratorium on nuclear weapons tests The American and British delegations rejected allegations by Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister Valerian A Zorin before the j Y lan rr ill UClUtti Lllli LflG SiQGiinGS general disarmament conference The eight middle and several group nations in the conference refrained from getting drawn a diplomatic cross fire be the big nuclear powers Zorin argued that the proposa for a moratorium did not come at York news conference from the Soviet Union but from Tthe pnce Increase could from the Soviet Union but from y1 r India and some of the other cpun ries at the conference which want o see all testing stopped we can maintain our SAME DATE 196T150 Iowa Safety Department Figures Black Flair Means Traffic Deith In Past 34 Hours He said the United States and how long Britain could not find the courage position to reply to these small powers Among other producers which The American and British delehave not yet announced price gations turned down the moratorhikes are Armco Kaiser Great ium idea Thursday when Zorin Lakes and Colorado Fuel Iron N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES formula NEW YORK The states Republican governor and the citys Democratic mayor huddled for vnviiii hours here and came up with a formula that will give Industry executive who is city schools an additional millionand possibly caught fixing prices he blandly permit final settlement of the wage dispute that led explains to a congressional comto a oneday teachers strike US Brazil in pact WASHINGTON The U S and Brazil signed an agreement to commit S267 million in Alliance f or Progress funds to develop Brazils peiennially de who played ihim for Pressect and politically unstable northeast section After all he asks Asks death of Jouhaud PARIS The prosecution asked the death sen tence for exGen Edmond Jouhaud on trial for at One which he expects his wife tacking the security of the state as a leader of the and children to follow is based Secret Army Organization on Biblical teachings It forbids sexual relations outside of mar f riage with no ifs ands or buts Resigns federal post WASHINGTON Emery E Jacobs resigned as deputy administrator of the Agricultural Stabili zation and Conservation service after his name was linked with gift giving by Billie Sol Estes West Texas grain storage king now under indictment for fraud Opinion on smokes vendors DES MOINES toya Atty Gen Evan Hult man issued a ruling to clarify the legality of cigarette dispensing machines in Iowa A machine which re quires an intervening human agency between a cus tomer and the sale is lawful Hultman said adding that a remotecontrol device inaccessible to the gen eral public must be operated for each transaction V Inland Steel not boost P Blow to bigger firms CHICAGO The Inland Steel Co broke the chain of price rises by steel firms Fri day by announcing it will not make any changes in prices at time The company in an action which may cause price boost ng firms to reconsider issued his statement Inland Steel Co announced that it will not make any ad justments in existing prices of ts steel mill products at this time The company has long recog nized the need for improvement n steel industry profits in re ation to capital invested It be lieves this condition which does exist today will have to je corrected Nevertheless in full recog nition of the national interest and competitive factors the company feels that it is untime ly to make any upward adjust ments Inland Board Chairman Jo seph L Block in Japan on a vacation told correspondents that even though steel prices are not adequate we do nol feel that an advance in stee pricesJat Xthis time would be in thenational interest You prices with dont negotiate stee labor unions bu in this case it must be pointec out that the union was asking for the lowest wage increase ir a postwar year Block said Inland the nations eighth largest producer has stood on while US Steel other companies announced increases of a ton Roger M Blough chairman of US Steel was asked Thursday at a New York news conference Inland and Annco Steel torp decline to boost prices It would definitely affect us Blough said and I dont know President Kennedy promptly hailed the Inland decision as very ood news Told of the announcement as he escorted the Shah of Iran to a waiting automobile outside the White House Kennedy smilet specifically asked them a yes or no question Zorin said Indian Delegate Ar thur F Lall was the author of the moratorium idea Western sources told newsmen after the session that remarks Zorin directed to the United States broadly and said Very good very and Britain were abusive in tone and seemed to be pitched on the BlotuSh sajd Thursday that US cold war level Steers action was overdue addin US Ambassador Arthur H Dean and British Minister of State Joseph B Godber told the confer ence they answered Zorin on the moratorium idea because that was specifically a Russian proposal Dean expressed regret that the eight nonaligned countries at the table had failed to find a way to get the Soviet Union to change its rigid policy blocking the conclu sion of a test ban treaty Unless Russia quickly agrees to some kind of a policed plan the US will resume experiments test ing in the atmosphere at its Pa cific testing grounds Both sides have been making repeated attempts to pin the blame on each other on the mat ter of resuming atomic testing Successful new testing of Zeus POINT MUGU Calif AP The NikeZeus antimissile rocket still under development has made its first transocean trip in which all three stages were tested Missile and ground guidance elements of the system used in the test performed as expected test objectives were met the Army announced after Thursdays launching The NikeZeus system is de signed as a weapon against at Maximum Minimum hat proper pricing was part o the picture involved in keepin production facilities up to date and competitive When costs keep moving up ward and prices remain substan tially unchanged for four years Blough said the need for some YEAR AGO improvement in the costprice re lationship should be apparent Blough added that US Steels own profits in 1961 were 57 pel cent of sales and at million were the lowest since 1952 Road patrolman is suspended DES MOINES highway patrolman stationed a Ottumwa has been demotec and suspended for 30 days in nsion other than saying it wm serve auri for conduct unbecoming academic year an officer of the Highway Pa trol Pesoh said the case involved Shaffer MISSION TO MOSCOW NEW YORK wiBenny Good man will appear in Moscow for the first jazz concert of his Soviet THAT TWAPPED FEELING If expression means anything it isnt funny seems to be the dec laration of Steve Frederickson 3 Racine Wis when he got caught while trying to crawl through a sewer pipe Steve the son of Mr and Mrs Alfred Frederick son rests his head on a pillow while a policeman keeps close watch as a solution is considered A ham mer and a chisel did the trick Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average 3 to 6 degrees below normal Friday night through next Wednesday Normal highs are in the upper 50s north to the lower 60s south Normal lows are from the middle 30s north to about 40 south It will be cool at the beginning of the pe riod with a warming trend over the weekend but cooler again by the middle of next week Precipitation will average 05 to 15 of an inch in showers Sunday or Monday North Iowa Fair and warmer Friday night lows near 30 Partly cloudy and warmer Saturday highs in lower 50s Iowa Fair and warmer Friday night lows 3035 Partly cloudy Saturday warmer south highs 50 north to 60 south Further siderable cloudiness with chance of showers Sunday Minnesota Mostly clear warm er Highs Saturday in mid 405 GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Friday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation Sunrise Sunset 34 19 25 Trace 45 23 Castro frees 6 more POWs HAVANA Ca tro has released six more inv sion prisoners at an undisclose price They will fly to Miam Saturday with the 54 wounde and six captives originally bar gained for Exile delegation sources sai Castro agreed to the additiona releases because the committe was able to make a halfdoze more reservations than ex pected on the commercial fligh to Miami There was no identification furnished for the six new prison ers to be released However they were understood to be ix ihe lowprice or head category in Castros ran som demand Expanded Peace Corps gets OK WASHINGTON has voted to more than double thi Peace Corps budget and let th agency sign up thousands of nev volunteers Under the measure Kennedy i authorized to spend million to put 9970 volunteers into th corps by the fall of 1963 entagon applies force WASHINGTON ff Th e entagon Friday ordered de ense contractors and their sup diers to shift steel purchases 3 those companies which have ot raised prices The action was announced by ecretary of Defense Robert S IcNamara In a statement and brief ews conference McNamara Iso said that If the steel price increase Tans out across the countrys conomy national defense costs ould rise a billion dollars or nore a year The impact of increased costs could affect the dollar balance abroad and we cannot expect o maintain our forces over eas if our trade balance does not improve At the direction of President ennedy the pentagon is ex amining possible substitutes for steel McNamara said that iron and steel prices have increased 90 per cent since 1947 while non ferrous metals prices have in creased only 40 per cent The Presidents brother Atty Gen Robert F Kennedy an nounced that he had ordered a grand jury inquiry to deter mine whether the new steel price increases involvedcrimi nal violation of the antitrust laws The administration also was considering other moves to jring public and legal pressure on the steel industry For one thing the Justice department was considering possible court action to break Steel orp the nations biggest steel maker On the inside Editorials page 4 CubGazette 7 Clear Lake News 9 Mason City News1011 Latest Markets n Sports 1314 Comics 17 North Iowa News 20 ANOTHER ATEST WASHINGTON UPThe Atomic Energy Commission has touched off another lowyield underground blast at its Nevada test site The est fired Thursday was the 27th announced in the current series and had the blast equivalent of not more than 20000 tons of TNT New Hampton publisher heads Iowa Press Assn DES MOINES E Feul ing 46 New Hampton weekly newspaper publisher was elected president of the Iowa Press Asso ciation Friday He is the 47th president of the association succeeding Maurice B Crabbe of the Eagle Grove Eagle Feuling publishes the New First coed gets top student post at Luther DECORAH A woman has been elected student body presiHampton Tribune and New Hamp dent at Luther College for the ton Economist first time in the colleges 100 Other new officers are James history W Wilson Carroll Times Herald the State Safety Department three male candidates The commissioner declined in eing etected the highest to disclose details of Shaffer nn flt suspension other than saying was student post on the campus She will serve during the 196263 Miss Preus is the daughter of Dr and Mrs Herman A Preus Luther Theological Seminary mileage reports daily reports in St Paul Last summer she and issuance of summonses by toured Norway as a flutist with uv 1lf II ID VJU V tacking intercontinental missiles tour on May 30 his 53rd birthday the Luther College concert band A junior Latin major Miss Preus has been duchess of the student bodythe past three years for accumulating the highest number of honor points among women students Journal record sec retary and Neil Maurer Laurens Sun treasurer R M Westerfield West Union Fayette County Union and Wil liam Lindsey Leon Journal Re porter were reelected to the board Benjamin Carter Jr For est City Summit was newly elected to the board Holdover directors include Dwight V Purcell Hampton Chronicle Robert K Beck Cen terviile lowegian and C Wiley Beveridge Williamsburg Journal Tribune JOHN FEUL1NG was named winner of the gen eral excellence award among daily newspapers North Iowa newspapers and the awards given them include Dccorah Journal won general The Keokuk Daily Gate City excellence in the weekly division   

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