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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 4, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for CITY GLOBE HOME EDITION VOL 102 The newspaper that makes all North ID wens neighbors Associated Prest and United Press International Fid Lease MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 4 19M i IWTTM IUCOUMI acncmDCK I70i Paper ot SectionsSection One No 177 have violated Russ air space Cuba now is a Red stronghold Expects war with US EDITORS NOTE A British newsman who has come out of Cuba writes in the following dispatch of the breadth of the Russian aid that is helping build a communiststyle strong hold 90 miles off the coast of fhe United States By ANDREW FYALL MIAMI UPDI have just re turned to Florida after a week in Fidel Castros fortress island where censorship and suppression are a part of daily life My dispatches from Havana last week were all conveniently lost by the Cubans Now I can reveal what I saw in the is land In t h e fields around the sky scraper city of Havana I saw row after row of canvas home of the Soviet technicians all brawny young men tanned by the hot tropical sun superbly fit and constantly in training They glared at me suspiciously over a barbed wire fence as I drove past their camp near El Cano 12 miles from Havana A radio mast was plainly visible from the roadway Several hundred yards away in a thicket of palm trees scores of Russian military vehicles and lor ries trucks were lined up But the only guns and uniform in sight were worn by Cubans Atthe gate of the camp which could have housed up to 3000 men Cuban soldiers carrying Czech submachine guns mountec guard A few miles away antiaircraft guns were being hauled into posi tion in a field adjoining a Cuban army camp All along the roac from El Cano to Havana troops were on the move In Havana the busiest place is the waterfront Every day sees the arrival of a new ship usually Russian but often a British vessel on charter to the Russians A few bring food urgently needed in Cuba But most bring Russians in baggy illfitting suits and army trucks which are quickly whisked off to secret destinations Some ships are unloaded a night and no one knows wha comes off them I asked several prominen Cubans the reason for this mili tary buildup in a countrj where eggs are rationed to five a month and butter is almost a luxury Their replies were summed up in the words of a young army officer who said We are not just preparing for an in vasion We already consider we are at war with the United States Our people dont mind some hardships while we are build ing up our defense strength He claimed he was speaking for 90 per cent of Cubas people but in the absence of free elections his words are clearly questionable From all parts of the world dedicated Communists like physics teacher Trevor Mar shall from Birmingham Eng have flocked to Cuba Marshall who admitted he is a Communist has joined with Russians and Czechs in helping to mould a new destiny for Cuba Like most instructors he is a privileged person With his wife and two children he occupies two rooms in the Havana Libre once the Havana his bill heavily subsidized by the government There is suspicion and dis trust throughout the island I was well aware that my every move was watched And when I left a young intelligence officer at the Alhanv airport insisted that I should remove my shoes and socks so that he could look between Photofax MOURNS DEATH OF Iranian father holds his son and mourns the death of his wife and their four other sons in the oasis village of DanIsfahan 150 miles northwest of Tehran during Saturday nights shattering earthquakes Only 700 of the vil lages 4200 residents survived the severe tremors West rushing aid to q uake victiiris DANISFAHAN Iran AP Weeping workers dug body after body Tuesday from the ruins ieft ay Irans worst earthquakes in 70 years and hurried them into graves to counter the threat of epidemics The official death toll from the tremors that devastated about 100 villages in northwest Iran Satur day night rose to more than flowing district hospitals and to Tehran The three savage quakes hardest in the oasis village of DanIsfahan home of 4200 per sons 150 miles northwest of Teh ran Only 700 persons were left alive Women in veils wailed as weep ing workers dug the mangled bodies from the ruins wrapped Cutback in hog receipts But weather is blamed No immediate effect of the National Farmers Organization holding action had been noticed at the Jacob E Decker Sons packing plant here Tuesday ac cording to officials One of the buyers said receipts of hogs had been slow but that was normal for wet cool weath er He said estimated receipts reported from Des Moines were lower than usual Expected were 35000 hogs A week ago the estimate was 54000 and a year ago 90000 NFO members have been put ting in an appearance at buy ing stations around the area but taking no action The buyers said they just dropped in hung around a while and then left Everything is quiet and peaceful as usual he reported At Corning Oren Lee Staley president of the NFO said the 16state marketing moratorium got off to a far better start than anticipated Staley said most major terminal livestock markets had trimmed back their early estimates of receipts when the expected postholiday delivery of animals failed to materialize Even after the cutback in re ceipt estimates Staley said NFO checksreported the actua deliveries were considerably the revised estimates Prices generally were higlten at the other major Midwest markets but officials disclaimed the NFO remarks They said the down urn in receipts is directly trace able to theweather CLOSED TO RUSSIANS US soldiers in battle dress guard the Hein rich Heine Strasse crossing point in U Photofax ern demands that Soviet armored units take a shorter route to the Russian war memorial in West Berlin This crossing S sector in Berlin The US command is normally manned by West Berlin po in the divided city appeared ready for a showdown with the Russians on west lice The Russians later quietly bowed to the demand 4000 The Iranian Red Crossthem in white cloth and carried said the dead might total 10000 and that the number of injured were beyond counting The Western worlds govern ments and relief organizations as sembled aid shipments for air transport US forces in Germany mounted an airlift to transport 10000 blankets 1000 tents and a 100bed hospital unit Thousands of soldiers and vol unteers dug the bodies in the wreckage of mud huts scattered over 23000 square miles of north west Iran Trains buses and trucks took the injured to over them on doors and shop sigris to hillside graves As the sun climbed in the sky and the temperature climbed to ward 100 the stench of death be came almost unbearable A barefoot man trudged past with the corpse of his baby son balanced on his head What shall I do God what shall I do wailed a boy his face stained with dried blood as he banged his head in the dust beside the bodies of his father mother and seven brothers and sisters N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Tax break for elders WASHINGTON The Seriate voted to allow persons over 65 to pocket all the profits taxfree on sale of their homes with a price tag of or less effective Dec 31 The plan an amendment to the tax reform bill is designed to give oldsters greater financial security The dwelling however must have been the principal residence of the owner for at least five years r Bolivia walks out on OAS has walked out of the Organization of American least temporar of a wrangle with Chile over use of Lauca River water Bolivia also announced its presi dent Victory Paz Estenssoro has postponed an offi cial visit to the United States because the sale of surplus tin from American emergency stockpiles is endangering the Bolivian economy Hoovers smoking again NEW President Herbert Hoov The NFO put the posh o its campaign of withholding attle hogs sheep corn and soy ieans from market Monday The allout holding action ac uaKy was launched at midnight Friday but the holiday weekend vas spent in sample checking and inal preparations for the mora orium which Staley said may last everal weeks The purpose of the holding ac ion is to bring food processors to he bargaining table to contract vith the NFO for farm products at higher prices than now offered in the open market Staley discounted any effect the ieup of the Chicago North Vestern Railway by a telegra phers strike might have on live stock shipments He said the receipts at t h e erminals were not an accurate ndication of the effectivenessof he holding action since normally only about 30 per cent of livestock marketed for slaughter go hrough them The other 70 per cent are handled by direct de ivery points such as the country buying stations Preliminary OK to 1cent postal hike WASHINGTON UPI The Senate Post Office committee Monday voted to increase by a penny the cost of mailing first class letters and post cards Under the bill the cost of mailing a first class letter would rise from four to five cents Air mail would go up from seven to eight cents The committee also recom mended a gradual threeyear step up in second class rates But it defeated the administra lions controversial proposal to North Iowa Clearing and colder Tuesday night lows in the 40sGenerally fair and a littl warmer Wednesday highs in upper 60s Iowa Clearing and colder Tues day night with scattered fros northwest lows 30s northwes to low 50s southeast Wednes day generally fair warmer west and north highs 6570 Further outlook Parti cloudy and warmer Thursday Minnesota Mostly fair cool Highs Wednesday near 70 GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum 80 Minimum 49 At 8 am 49 Precipitation 62 Sunrise Sunset College football slates on page 15 The major college football schedules will be found in this edition of the GlobeGazette on page 15 It is recommended that you keep this page as a reference to be used through out the coming season ALL THE COMFORTS MONTGOMERY Ala A classified ad in Monday Montgomery Journal read room apartment and shower water and garbage furnished Schools open The three Rs Claims U2 was intruder Flew over Sahkalin Is WASHINGTON The Unit ed States told Russia Tuesday that a US U2 aircraft may have vio lated Soviet territory unintention ally last Thursday The statement was in a note sent to Moscow with exceptional in reply to the Soviet pro test received here Tuesday morn ing The Soviet note charged that a U2 reconnaissance plane had flown over Russiancontrolled Sak halin Island north of Japan A patrol aircraft operated by the United States Air Force was in the northern Pacific area east of Sakhalin at about the time spe cified in the Sovietnote the US reply said The pilot of the aircraft has re ported that he was flying a di rected course well outside Soviet territorial limits but encountered severe winds during this night ime flight and may therefore lave unintentionally overflown he southern tip of Sakhalin President Kennedy personally approved the swift dispatch of the reply with the US explanation oE the incident The note added that US policy on flights over Sovietterritory has in no way been altered since President Kennedys state ment at a press conference Jan 25 1961 Kennedy said i then lights DES MOINES W Thousands of Iowa school children started to classes Tuesday and the chief of the Iowa Highway Patrol urged motorists to review the motorists three Rs 1 Patrol Chief David Herrick said drivers must he ready reliable and responsible in order to safe guard children who will be crossing heavily traveled streets and highways On their way to and from school To be ready Herrick said a driver must be alert for any action on the part of children near a street To be reliable he must have his car under con trol at all times and be able to stop short if he has to To be responsible the driver must strictly ob serve all speed limits and school stop signs Herrick also warned drivers to be prepared for a heavy increase in bicycle traffic on city streets as many children begin riding bikes to school He urged motorists to give the youngster on the bicycle a wider leeway than you would another car because the young bicycle rider has little protection and little experience in traffic On the inside Editorials Page 4 Clear Lake News5 North Iowa News 8 Society News 1011 Sports 13H Latest Markets 16 Mason City News 1617 Comics 18 Farm News 19 aircraft penetratJne the air space of the has been suspended since May I960 I have ordered that they not be resumed The US denied that the air craft was based in Japan de claring that there are no U2s SAME er smoked his favorite pipe for the first time since impose a onecent surcharge on undergoing surgery last week A hospital spokes man said Hoover was talcing regular nourishment stonds ALBANY Ga Negro attempts to crack the rigid segregation of this south Georgia city turned myul5s fof hidden valuables to the schools and were as before politely but firm J ly refused School superintendent J J Cordell said the Negroes were told that assignments for the new school year already have been made and will not be changed by integration attempts or for any other reason orhiddcn plans He peered at my feet stuck his hands inside my socks withdrew them empty and said All right sir Now you can Cuba newspapers magazines and other second class publications Olin D Johnston DSC the committee chairman esti mated that the proposed onecent increase on letters cards and air mail would yield an addi tional million a year in rev enues Johnston also said he intended bill with another measure to re form the pay of most federal employes LEADS CHILDREN TO nun leads integrated class into St Francis De Sales School in New Or leans Several white adults watch in background Children walked without disturbance into white Photofax Catholic ele mentary and high schools to begin the first parochial desegregation in history of Archdiocese of New Orleans in Japan They refused to say where the plane was based but speculation has centered on Oki nawa In its complaint to the US a Russian note warned of retalia tory measures if this happens again The Soviet news agency Tass said the note recalled the grave international complications it said were brought about by the U2 flight of Francis Gary Powers in May 1960 during the Dwight D Eisenhower administration and aised this question What is of the old iratic practice of the previous overnment condemned by Presi ent Kennedy himself or a pro ocative act of the bellicose US uarters which would like to cre te a new international conflict ike the conflict of I960 and to iggravale the situation to the maximum The US government must fur nish a clear answer to this ques ion The area cited is the lower east coast of Sakhalin Island and the coastal zone of the Sea of Okhotsk La Perouse Strait about 30 miles wide separates Sakhalin Vom Japans northernmost main sland Hokkaido South Sakhalin was annexed by Japan after it de eated Russia in the war of 190405 it was returned to Ihe Soviet Un on in 1945 after Japans defeat in tforld War II The Soviet Union charged the plane flew over the area of Yuz hnoSakhalinsk the Oblast capital Premier Khrushchevs anger over the Powers flight resulted in the wrecking of the 1960 fourpow er summit conference in Paris with President Eisenhower and British and French leaders   

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