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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 7, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBE VOL 102 The newspaper Associated Press and United Press Internationa Full Lease Wires that makes all North lowans MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY MAY 7 W2 HOME EDITION neighbors 10c a copiOThls Iaiw Consists of Four SeclionsSccllon One No 71 Freeman enies favo rs to Estes One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO 1300 pm Sun KWJLC Decorah U24D pm Sun WOt Ames 610 am Tues WTAD Quincy 930 pm Thurs Iowa City 910 am Sat Cubans in US constitute a big problem PLIGHT OF THOSE 1179 prisoners taken by Fidel Castro last year in connection with the abortive Cuban inva sion has diverted attention from a much greater headache Thats the 100000 Cuban refu gees who have found haven in our country Answers charges by GOP Young Texan causes furor WASHINGTON of Agriculture Orville L Freeman said Monday the Billie Sol Estes case and its connection with his department is being ballooned all out of proportion to its im portance He told a news conference that despite all that had been written and said about the case the facts boil down tothis T h r ee department employes have been accused of receiving gifts from Estes West Texas fi nancier under fraud indictment but that Estes got no favors in turn from the department Freeman said the manner in which the department has han dled the controversial cotton acre age allotments held by Estes has been such that Estes might well complain that he has been sharp ly dealt with v There have been demands from Republican Congress members for a sweeping investigation of Estes relations with the Agriculture De partment Estes at 37 had built a West Texas business empire involving huge cotton holdings and storage of government grain r Last month he was indicted bv vatc through freea federal grand jury on charges communism and thci m worship freedom ol0f fraud which alleged he sold American way of life are most i fPeech and the press and civil chattel mortgages on nonexistent urgent for America fertilizer tanks Pholotax NAM THA shows how proCom munists pushed on from Muong Sing to capture Nam Tha provincial capital in northern Laos Dotted overland escape route to Houei Sai Shaded s dominated and neutralist Insurancemen told every week brings about more to Miami The number would be much greater if trans portation facilities were avail able Cubas Communist Par adise is just about as unpopular with those who live in it as the Marxist regime in Europes satellite countries where an iron curtain then a wall had to be erected to prevent an exodus Nearly all Cuban refugees come firstto Florida by air There are 16 HavanatoMiami flights a by Pan American twoby KLM Dutch airlines Each flight carries 90 persons Formerly quite a few unhappy to 200 a week made the 90mile trip arrS1 Sti in Estes rruing oy water now is in Re returned from a lie said he was gensecuring of cotton planting allot auth American countries Sunf Zlns because of a c k of the Must understand Commie strategy Another Story on Page 6 Greater study and understand ing of slitutional government and pri iin5i iua fertilizer vanKs to Dr Clifton L Ganus Jr recent trip t oo k Among questions that Repub Searcy Ark vice president of him Ecuador Colombialicans have raised is whether Harrtinrr Pnllotin Venezuela Rr a i 1 Artrnntini 11 r significant Although the refugees arriv ing by boat usually had no visas or visa waivers IJ S gave sanctuary to all except those who seemed to present a nual convention security risk Each waiver re quest is screened by our State South American countries Sun day and flew directly to Mason time rather than lakinS eacl Agriculture Department City to address theIowa separatelybut he said r T T ciation of Independent Insurance Agents meeting in their 56th an We can make so many mis Department When approval is taske just because of a lack o decided on the individual Seekiunderstanding said iailUiCU ing admittance is instructed to In his discussion of both over the aPath of the more expeditiously The depart e auiuuiamc jb iiisuiiLiea io masses and dominate HIP nW xijuALtdinc ia 11 ion ULLCU LU Uii seek passage on one of thelimmism and tne basic principles flights from Havana which have helped to make 151110 JA XiitvizJta J W at a t The flow of refugees fromAmerica great Dr Ganus point nhn tn ATiami ic ed out two essentials of lifp Cuba to Miami is expected to continue unchecked unless the Castro government decides to put an end to it The number of outstanding unused visa waiv ers has passed the 100000 mark ed out two essentials of life personal freedom and economic well being Menhave tried to achieve these through different systems socialism communism com the Communists strength in Preeman said that in looking South America was first of all in the universities among both student and faculty members Although in a minority they are so dedicated that they have back he could say that the de partment investigation and conse quent cancellation of more than 3000 acres alloted Estes in 1961 to grow cotton under a control program could have been handled tf vtffvsAJiivsuoi jf a MvUcll masses and dominate the has held that the allotments tions Dr Ganus pointed out The Communists also are strong in the labor organiza tions and dominate and control laborTheir third great strength is among the farmers where In reply to questions the sec poverty is a problem Dr Gan us said there are many in South America who are near starva tion and new waivers are being and American uon sued at the rate of 5000 a weekjcapitalism Under the latter wci Their fourth nf with only about 1500 managing have achieved the greatestjs the great apathy or to arrange out of three The question arises Why should Castro permit this em barrassing seepage of popula tion And the answer is that its cold turkey with him Its as crass as his offer to sell freedom to about 1200 prison ers for American dollars on the barrel head Cubas badly strained economy stands des measure of personal freedom and economic well being the world has known We have done this through a fundamental belief in God con est of the multitudes Ignorance had been obtained by Estes in an illegal manner from farmers who had been pushed off their farms by government agencies under the right of eminent domain Estes affair in passing with Presi dent Kennedy and had discussed P r it in detail with presidential aides weather data up DAUGHTER RETURNED Broad The sitter Jmmita Lopez 32 denial way singer Robert Goulet and his kidnaping the she meiily estranged wife Louise affectionately stopped off to visit relatives staving greet thendaughter Nicolette5 aft overnight The child been Hvnl er she by a babysitter withher mother ff SHOWERS North Iowa Considerable cloudiness through Tuesday showers and thunderstorms ending Tuesday r m er Monday night lows in mid 50s Highs Tuesday upper 60s or low 70s Congress in snails pace Polaris passes its test Atomic head is exploded WASHINGTON AP The Polaris missile fired from a sub marine in the Pacific dropped its nuclear warhead right in the pickle barrel an informed source said Monday This meant the nuclearpow ered submarine Ethan Alien prob ably placed the warhead within a mile of the intended target in the Pacific nuclear test area The Navy said it considered the irst full test firing of a Polaris test missile with its warhead a complete success It declined to give any details However it was learned the missile propelled the warhead close to the full range of nearly 1400 miles and that it exploded in the air The missile was reported to have been fired when the Ethan Allen was submerged Officials said the test firing was conducted under as close to com bat conditions as possible In a war situation the subma rine virtually always would fire its load of 16 Polaris missiles from beneath the surf ace where it would be safer from enemy at tack second of the The test involved a first genera tion Polaris missile It is pro pelled by solid fuel A second generation model now approach ing readiness will travel more than 1700 miles and a still later version be able to hit targets nearly 2000 miles from the launch at least theVU Sundays u IitUl Gon0rpqq g rKb b Iowa rfii i MVVIIIB cii ti uucwar explosion in Operation snail s pace This weeks program in the Senate and the Dominicthe series of US atmos liouse indicates little concern about the situation Pheric tests The four previous j Congressional leaders apparently have given up hope for shots ere dropped from planes Considerable adjournment and some of them are reconThe Polaris has been testfired h Tuesday thiS fai session amidsummer many times previously but always through Tuesday thunder storms over state Wanner Monday night lows 50 east 60 to 65 west Turning cooler west central Tuesday highs a uuiuujy WctlliedU A handful of relatively noncontroversial bills is on the Tne ballistic missile is one of se schedule for the WRPC House schedule for the week The Senates main attraction will be an effort to break a WPSl rpnlril Tnoerlaxr 1iitrW fiv itl uc la unon lo grcaK 3 uy uie umieu OiaiCS Further Fair Wedncsbuster now in Us u fa narmony again is day moderate temperatures FiveDay Iowa Tempcrattires will average near normal in northern Iowa to four toeight degrees above normal in southern Iowa through Satur day Normal highs 66 north east to 71 southwest Normal has stalled the Senates legisla lows middle 40s around 50 south north to Tempera tures will be near normal at the beginning of t h e period with gradual warming Wed nesday and Thursday turning cooler with scattered show ers Friday night and Satur day Precipitation amounts will average 15 to 30 inches jj v 141 Is OtL retary said he had mentioned the Minnesota Cloudy showers Highs Tuesday in 50s it in detail with presidential aides He said Atty Gen Robert F Kent0 nedyhad taken an active hand in Maximum major measure may get a sh toward enactment vhen theHouse votes Wednesday on a resolution to create a compromise committee to work out differences over a bill to aid higher educa tion The administrationbacked measure has passed the House and the Senate in widely different explosion in Operation with a dummy warhead the few pieces of ordnance ever developed by theUnited States topic for Blouqh flOBOKEN N J fl The chairman of U S SteelMonday urged harmony between govern ment and industry as the only way for the economy and the nation to make maximum prog ress Roger M Blough addres sing more than 1000 sharehold forces without having been given fullscale field tests Prior to Sunday there had been no combined US test of the two major missile U111CICIIL form but technicalities have keptlers al tne annual meeting of r n tne nati0ns biggest steel pro ducer termed incomprehensi ble however any suggestion in direct price setting by govern ment can ever serve the na tional interest in peacetime the investigation of the case being apathy and poverty amongimade by the Federal Bureau of these classes give the Comma nists their strength Such classes have nothing to lose N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES perately in need of our dollars r L i rrench in nuclear test Our littfe island neighbors economic plight went from bad to worse after the loss of the U S sugar market in 1960 It became critical this year when President Kennedy announced a total embargo on trade Heres how the refugees fig ure in the picture To obtain a ticket for the flight to Miami the Cuban emigre must give the Castro government S25 in U S cur rency In most cases this money has been received from a rela tive friend or other sponsor in U S In return the Cuban gov ernment hands over 25 pesos to pay for the plane fare At 1500 PARIS France set off a mediumweak under ground nuclear test explosion in the Sahara on May 1 a spokesman for Defense Minister Pierre Messmer said Denies charge of politics WASHINGTON Sen Glair Engle DCalif de nied an Eisenhower administration officials claim that Senate Democrats were playing politics with theninquiry into the strategic stockpile The denial came after it was charged that the governments strategic stockpile is loaded with 5044000 pounds of quartz more than eight times the estimated need for a three year war and 25 times annual con sumption departures a week this means 11 million a year Manned orbit trip near Investigation I wish to make it clear he said that when it first came lo our attention that some of our employes may have been in volved I called on the FBI for a thorough investigation This de partment will continue as an open book We welcome investigation of our activities Wrongdoers will be dealt with immediately I wish to emphasize that the government hasnt lost a not a single dime to Estes Free man said This cannot be said for some of the big finance com panics which apparently have lost millions to Estes The depart ment could have come out much worse DROWNS IN SINK NASSAU N Y na R Puisifer 19 placed six Gary in the sink in a sitting position Sunday Shc said she developed a severe headache and fainted When she came to the boys head was un der water CAPE CANAVERAL Preparations for hurl ing astronaut Scott Carpenter on a threeorbit trip around the earth are right on schedule for the May 15 target date set by the civilian space agency But the story doesnt end there Property left behind by Cuban refugees is confiscated Agreement to turn over every thing including bank accounts is the customary price of the exit permit The individual rcfu More Red Old to Indonesia gee may take no more than S5i i T r in U S money with him This MOSCOW Indonesian Poreign Minister Su bandrio announced agreement with the Soviet Union Turn to Page 2 Please for increased military aid to Indonesia Minimum GlobeGazette weather up to 8 am Sunday Maximum Minimum 62 data 90 63 SAME Photofax HEADS FOR IOWAThe Most Rev James J Byrne bishop of the Boise Idaho Catholic dio cese waves from plane as he departs for Dubuque Iowa where he wijl be installed Tues day as archbishop He was given a massive farewell tribute Sunday it out of a SenateHouse compro mise committee The first step was taken Mon day toward a Senate vote Wed nesday on the question of whether to shut off the Southern talkfest over the literacy test bill A peti tion for a limitation on debate was filed Senate Leacier Mike Mans field DMont and Everett M Dirksen RI11 presented the clo ture petition with 2 names A minimum of ifi was necessary For an election year both branchesof Congress have been moving slowly Up to May 1 only 45 public laws had cleared both branches and been sent to the President During the 1960 elec tionyear 417 such laws were enacted Even the introduction of bills has slowed down to a trickle Senators have introduced 165 bills to date and House members 622 In I960 there were 1497 Senate and 4830 House bills offered One reason for the slowdown Proof testing is one purpose of the nuclear tests which began April 25 in the Pacific The 30 or so explosions it is understood will include three types of effect and new weapons MAVERICK MOWER WEST CHICAGO 111 John Groth 76 drowned during the weekend when his power lawn mower went out of control and tossed him into a pond has been the absence of members involved in primary elections US spacecraft not good enough for Titov SAN FRANCISCO UPI Soviet cosmonaut Ghcrman Titov touring San Francisco Monday smilingly criticized the United States space program Titov said that if he were in vited to join an American in a US spacecraft I would be a bit afraid because there have been quite a lot of failures in your program He said he had seen Lt Col John Glenns spacecraft and remarked its not even good enough for flying in orbit Titov said earlier that he saw no God nor angels on his 17 trip orbit around the earth last August He said he did not be lieve in God Iowa mourns Lynes death PLAINFIELD Iowa Legislature has lost one of its best known figures with the death of J Kendall Buster Lynes 59 a member of the Senate for 20 years Sen Lynes for whom services will be conducted at Waverly Tuesday afternoon died at his Sen Lynes was a Republican andat various times he heldthe chairmanships of the top commit tees After his tenure as majority leader in the 1961 session legis lative newsmen voted him out farm near Plainfield Saturday night He had complained ot chest i pains and was found dead of a heart attack when his wife went into the bedroom Election needed DES M01NES UPI vacancy in Hie Iowa left by the death of Sen J Kendall Lynes wil be filled in the November general elec tion His term would have ex pired Dec 31 1964 standing legislator in the Senate He was a member of the Legis lative Interim Committee at the time of his death Lynes represented the 39th Sen atorial District composed of Brem er Butler and Franklin counties A lifelong resident of Bremef County Lynes was first elected to the Senate in 1940 His brother Rep William S Lynes RWaver ly is a member of the Iowa House and served a term as speaker The two brothers were associat ed in the breeding of purebred Ayrshire cattle and at one lime jSen Lynes was a director of the National Ayrshire Breeders Asso ciation In the 1961 legislative session Lynes was instrumental in guid   

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