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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 27, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North lwas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Homt CITY GLOBE VOL 102 The newspaper Associated Press and United Press International Full Lease Wires Mild protest i on Atesting that makes all North I o wans MASON FRIDAY APRIL 27 1962 HOME EDITION n e i g h b o r s We a This Paper Consists of Two SectionsSection One No 47 n m Ivanov has good look at corn Actually hes Mr Kin US EDITORS NOTE Premier Khrushchev in a talk with US publisher Gardner Cowles ex pressed the wish he might adopt a disguise to visit the United States and see everything interest ing including agriculture He would be just a man named Ivan ov he explained All this is not likely to happen but heres how it might turn out By WILLIAM L RYAN The round man with the full flowing red beard and walrus mustaches gazed out of the win dow as the train sped through Beaver Junction and whistled past fields green with tall corn Kukuriiza he muttered his little blue eyes filling with tears Hey You talking to me stranger asked his lanky Ameri can seatmate Kukuruza Corn said the round man nodding his bald head in the direction of the fields I luff corn You do hey You a stranger in these parts The round man thrust out a chubby hand Ivan Ser geyevitch Simple citizen of great Soviet Union Jones said the other taking the hand Simple farmer from Beaver that he waved corn What you doing in these parts Mr Eye vanov Ee Vanov corrected the round man I come to United States to be able to see at peace everything interesting to study agricultural production in United States From Russia hey You one of these here Communists Mr Eye Vanov EeVanov Da I am so to speak member of party which oc cupies leading role in allpeoples state That so well Think o that Ever meet that old bird Krooshev He says hes gonn bury us mean Nikita does no mean he will bury you He we will be at your grave when you are buried Oh said the American Hov do we get buried then Each vegetable so to speak has its season Moscow was no built in one day You do not un derstand progressive nature o MarxismLeninism Class struggle which we of course will help along will dig your grave Yoi are capitalist Masses so the say ing goes will overwhelm you Wait a minute Mr EyeVanov I aint no capitalist And I aini no member of any masses eith er If you are not capitalist then you are one of toiling peasan masses Look Mr EyeVanov Howd you like a punch in the beak Who you calling a peasant any way EeVanov Then you are reall capitalist Dont go pinning any labels on me mister But all this corn the round man waved toward the window Got too much of it If you ask me corn is for the birds For birds Birds In Sovie Union corn is for pigs Sausag on handle so to speak Corn i great weapon in struggle to over take United States We will j who eats most Mr Capitalist Shucks who cares about tha around here Everybodys losing weight these days Nobodys eatin nothin Ha Progressive impoverish ment of masses Already masse starve for bread in capitalist Unit ed States cried the round man triumphantly Nuts Mr EyeVanov saic the farmer rising as the train slowed Anyway heres where get off EeVanov said the round mai glumly and he turned to the win dow again to stare glumly at th tallcorn FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Communist and pacifist ban hebomb groups around the vorld staged brief and general y mild protest demonstrations gainst the renewal of American nuclear testing in the Pacific But as the United States went ahead with plans to set off the econd blast in its current ser es v of atmospheric nuclear ex losiohs the general reaction ippeared to be one of concern than bitter condemnation as had been anticipated The official Communist party newspaper Pravda told its read ers in Moscow that there were protests from all over the world against the new US tests But he angry words came mostly Vom Communist officials Mild disapproval from most neutral nations and staunch backing western allies were the other general reactions around he world At Geneva a Western diplo matic source said the Russians apparently had decided to stay on at the 17nation disarmament conference despite their previ ous threats to walk out if the US resumed nuclear blasts Observers said the Russians apparently felt they had more to lose than to gain if they walked out since the eight neu ral nations at the conference made it clear they intended to itay The only violence came in Japan where a group of the most extreme leftwing Zenga uren Student Federation marched on the US embassy n Tokyo for the second time An estimated 2000 of the stu are so radical that he Communists expelled the organization several years part in the demonstration Some students pelted the em Dassy compound walls with stones and then scuffled with Japanese police guarding the aiulding Some of them staged a sitdowh whejj their attempt to enter the compound was halted But po Jce broke that up swiftly by picking up a number of them aodily and carrying them away The rest went home Earlier light planes Hew over Tokyo dropping leftistprinted handbilis Purging citizens to march on the US embassy Few showed up In New York an estimated 3 000 persons quietly picketed out side the United Nations head quarters The demonstration lasted about two hours under the sponsorship of Women Strike for Peace an American banthebomb group i Steels plead for patience NEW YORK Steel industry appeals to the iiiblic not to prejudge the case have followed a federal rand jurys indictment of the UnitedStates Steel Corp Bethlehem Steel Co and two other steel com panies on charges of violating the antitrust laws by onspiring to fix prices and rig bids The appeals were made by the president of the U S Steel nd the president of one of the smaller companies The indict ncnt made the same charges against five company executives nd a trade association Government officials said the ndictment had no connection with he steel industry controversy that tarted earlier this month when US Steel and some other pro ducers announced a price increase PUFFING General a centuryold locomotive moves along First Street Southeast on its way to a Washington exhibition This locomotive fig assorted creaks and groans Photofax ured in the great locomotive chase when Union raid ers in Georgia fled with it during the Civil War The General comes rolling in A OT TI mi WASHINGTON has slowed The General to a walk but the ancient wood burner re tained enough pep to complete its latest barely The star of the Civil Wars Great Locomotive Chase toot tooted into town Thursday to take part in ceremonies commemorat ing creation of the Medal of Hon or It ran smack into a skirmish with a section of District of Co umbiarailroad tracks The General now is 107 years old and its joints have stiffened But it started out jauntilyenough on a Himile run to Yard tooting its whistle belch 2nd test in US series WASHINGTON Unit ed States Friday fired the second shot of its planned series of nu clear tests in the atmosphere Like the first on Wednesday it was a detonation of a device dropped from an airplane in the vicinity of Christmas Island in the Pacific An announcement from the Atomic Energy Commission said the shot was touched off about 10 am CST and the detonation was in the intermediate yield range This description is used for a shot with a force greater than the explosive force of 20000 tons of TNT but less than one million tons of TNT LIQUOR CRACKDOWN BURLINGTON The num ber of convictions resulting from a recent drive to clamp down again on the sale of liquor by the drink here was up to five Friday Mary Linneman an employe of the Pabsl Blue Ribbon Tap and James Lord operator of the Aristocrat pleaded guilty in Municipal Court Thursday and were fined and costs each SAME DATEW1171 Black Flat Means frafflo Death In Fait 24 Hoari ing black smoke and fiercely hiss ing steam An hour and a half later The General arrived Average speed one miie an hour In the interim the passenger car loaded down with newsmen dignitaries and Civil War buffs was lost and a second load of digni taries waiting at the Navy Yard had their fill of a hot sun The curves were just too much for The Generals joints But some railroad fans said it was a tribute to the old enginethat it at all of the credit too should go to W AlvinGaines manager of equipment for the Louisville Nashville Railroad which owns and keeps The General Decked out in a stove pipe hat and gray frockcoat Gaines of Louisville Ky walked alongside the engine armed with a big oil can He oiled guard rails and sig naled the engineer to back up a bit and then inch forward Receiving his signals was Rus sell White of Covington Ky As White brought The General to a halt before a sharp bend and then eased the locomotive back and forth until thecurve hadbeen cleared Crowds of onlookers cheered N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Rusk Red envoy meet again WASHINGTON Secretary of State Dean Husk and Russian ambassador Anatoly Bobrynin held another in their series of conferences on Berlin The meeting was their last until midMay each his own QUINCY 111 Mr and Mrs Paul Butler have painted their house what might be called defiant lavender A sign posted in front of it reads We dont like the color of your house either Wants legal maneuvering Sam J Ervin Jr DN C said any southern election official who denies quali fied Negroes the right to vote ought to be taken to task but taken to task in a constitutional manner krym made the statement in the southern senators talkathon against the administrations voting rights bill which would abolish state literacy tests as a vot ing requirement and make a sixth grade education proof of literacy for voting in federal elections Opposes rail pay hikes CHICAGO A spokesman for the railroads contends the Kennedy administration should head off a wage boost for 500000 nonoperating rail workers next week by a presidential factfinding board Erbe lauds hfs party DES MOINES Gov Norman Erbe said the iowa Republican party has administered state gov ernment without the meaningless razzledazzle some politicians use as a pose for leadership Addressing the state convention of the Iowa Republican Work shop Erbe said the main task of his administration has been to repair the many cracks and holes in the foundation of our state government that were left us by the Loveless Democrat regime Showers end heat wave Record summerlike tempera tures came to an abrupt end in Iowa Friday as a fastmoving storm system swept across the state touching off scattered showers thunderstorms and hail Temperatures dropped stead ily in western and northern sec tions as gusty north winds pro pelled cooler air into the state Although the brisk northerly winds cut temperatures sharply from the summerlike highs of the last few days they were not expected to falJ appreciably be low normal for late April Mason Citys high on Thurs day again was 86 other record for the day Tins weeks siege of hot weather broke record existing for as much as 50 years A weak low pressure system passing north of Iowa and an other to the south of the state wereresponsible for the svidden change Forecasters said there would be another abrupt change Sat urday night when a storm sys tern from the Pacific northwest reaches Iowa accompanied by cloudy skies and thunderstorms which will spread across t h e state Sunday Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average 10 to 15 degrees above normal Saturday through n e x t Wednesday Normal highs are from the mid 60s north to the lower 70s extreme south Normal lows are from the lower 40s north to the upper 40s south It will be warm at the begin ning of the period turning cooler late Sunday or Mon day Rainfall will average about 50 of an inch in show ers the fisrt severaP days of the period North Iowa Partly cloudy to cloudy with scattered showers or thunderstorms Friday night and in southeast Saturday cooler Lows Friday night in lower 50s Highs Saturday 55 65 Iowa Partly cloudy scattered thunderstorms east and cen tral cooler Friday night lows 50 west to lower 50s east Sat urday generally fair west partly cloudy east with show ers and cooler extreme east in mornings highs 55 north east to 72 extreme southwest Further outlook Consider able cloudiness with showers and thunderstorms Sunday Minnesota Partly cloudy show ers warmer Highs Saturday 7282 Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 am Friday Thingswere different back on April 12 1862 That day 22 Union raiders led by spy James An drews of Kentucky stole the en gine north of Marietta Ga and sped toward Chattanooga leading Confederate troops on a hectic 87 mile chase The idea was to burn bridge and otherwise play hob with Con federate communications But th federals were captured and eigh hanged as spies Six of the survivors receive Medals of Honor Thats whyTh General is figuring in ceremonie commemorating establishment the medal during the Civil War Safety squads on job in IpWa DES MOINES low Highway Patrol safety squads last week stopped almost 12000 motorists and issued 2172 tickets for traffic violations and faulty equipment State Safety Commis sioner Carl Pesch said Priday It was the first full week in which these specialpatrol squads aturated a designated area in an inforcement drive Pesch said the campaign will continue until Memorial Day Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 86 55 64 04 58 32 On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News67 Mason City News 89 Latest Markets 9 Sports1112 CubGazette 15 Comics Clear Lake News 17 Transit Schedule 18 North Iowa News 20 f a ton The increase de nounced by President Kennedy vas rescinded The alleged conspiracy con erned the sale of forged steel o the Army and the Navy elec rical companies and others The sales involved were esti mated at million a year Leslie B Worthington president of US Steel issued a statement that read in part We intend to contest in the courts the charges contained in this indictment and we ask that lie public withhold judgmenl un til the case has been decided in ourt A Bethlehem spokesman said in a statement that the company has long had a policy ofstrict compliance with all laws applic able to its operations and we would be greatly concerned if any Bethlehem employes had been violating the law Iri addition to the Big Two ol the industry the companies in dicted were the Erie Forge Steel Corp of Erie Pa and the MidvaleHeppenstall Coof Phil adelphia The trade association named was the Open Die Forginc Institute Inc of New York City The individual defendants i convicted on the conspiracy charge could be sentenced to a maximum one yeair in prison and fined each The corporate defendants if convicted could be fined each i The indictment charged Governors stand firm on Guard FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES DES MOINES A governors revolt against proposed cut jacks of Army Reserve and Na tional Guard units spread in the Middle West Minnesota Gov Elmer L Andersen joined the governors of Iowa Missouri Nebraska and Kansas in announcing he vould fight the cutback Opposition also developed in he east Virginia Gov Albertis Harrison said he could neither affirm or assume any 10 cut in National Guard strength until he has more in formation on the proposal The revolt which included Democratic and Repu b 1 i c a n governors was sparked Thurs day by Iowa Gov Norman Erbe Erbe fired off telegrams to the nations 49 other governors urging a united front and warning your state may be next Erbe acted after the Army National Guard Bureau in Wash ington ordered Iowa to elimi nate one of its three battle groups Erbe said he wouldnt do it 3ids and prices were synchronized through the trade association serving as a clearing house US Steel board chairman Roger Blough was in New York jto attend a dinner Blough made a few off the cuff remarks say ing Id better make a little confession My real reason for coming here was to get away from the headlines I thought some of you would like to see my wound stripes Congress absorbed the news of the steel pricefixing indict ment with cautious and only mildly partisan reaction Ande r s e n an nounced he would refuse to sub mit a plan for elimination of two Minnesota battalions I stand firm on my inten tion to protect the strength of the Minnesota National Guard he said Any proposed reorganization of the nations guard must be approved by the Congress be fore being taken up by the var ious states he said After ac tion by the congress it would be up to the states to consider but not necessarily approve such a plan Caught in the middle was Maj Gen Donald W McGowan chief of the National Guard Bureau who was carrying out Pentagon orders THE CYCLING PROKOPS They are not a circus act just an Iowa family that likes bicycling as recreation The bike started out as one built for two then room was made for four now the Joseph Bud Prokop family Griswold i i Phoiofax totals five and Prokop is seeking ideas for squeezing in a fifth seat Besides the Mr and Mrs shown are son Steve 6 in front and daughter Pat 7 at the rear V   

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