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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 7, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas i Daily Newspaper Edited for ITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 102 The newspaper PreM tad United Press letenutiona HOME EDITION that makes all North to wans MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 7 WZ neighbors UOc a Paper Consist of Two Noltt Lockout Erbe says of railroad DES MOINES Norman Erbe Friday ac cused the Minneapolis and St Louis Raiftvay of locking out employes during the current strike by telegraphers against the Chicago and North Western Railroad which owns the M St L Erbe said he was sending this wire to President Kennedy The lockout action by the Minneapolis and St Louis Rail way is bringing undue economic duress to the communities it serves Would appreciate your efforts in halting this action The governor then was asked at a news conference Does this mean that you are accusing the M St L of locking out employes who want to work Yes the governor answered Industriesand farm produce dealers have complained that the interruption of service by the railroads is causing themprob lems in shipping Cuba now pawn in cold war Must be kept isolated By BEM PRICE AP Military Affairs Writer WASHINGTON infu sion of Soviet military equipment has made Cuba a major pawn in the cold war No longer is it just a Western Hemisphere problem It has an explosive potential embracing the entire system of US alliances If the United States should take military action r to remove the Cu ban three senators have recommended price would be far higher than many would suspect Further the United States would be accused of using the same tac tics it condemns when used by the Soviet Union If the nation permits Cuba to continue Erbe Thursday sent a tele gram to Kennedy in which he said the strike against Chicago and North Western is produc ing great problems for Iowa and the Midwest He asked Kennedy for con tinuing efforts to see that this disagreement can be solved soon Earlier Friday the Iowa Com merce Commission called on the to report to it in writing why service on the M St L was discontinued The M St L was acquired two years ago by the North West ern TheC o m me re e Commission said thatnumerous complaints received by it show that employes of the M St L are ready and willing to resume their jobs and it is possible to restore service on this division The telegraphers had a sepa ite contract with M St L In a letter to Ben W Heineman chairman of the North Western at Chicago the commission asked Deckers forced to lay off 200 Processors feeling NFOs fririch Livestock prices leveled off somewhat but more packing house layoffs were announced Friday on the fourth day of a farm groups rebellion against the market place The laying off of V200 em ployes at Deckers packing plant in Mason City Friday was laid in the lap of the National Farmers Organization NFO by Robert Dall plant manager Dall said there is no doubt that the NFOs livestock hold ing action has reduced receipts at the plant until the layoff has become necessary Earlier this week Decker officials said hog receipts at the plant had been lousy even before the NFO for a report on whether M St L employes are on strike and a statementon this information Whether there are points on the St L in which pickets are interfering with its operation the economic feasibility of operating he division and any other statis tical data commission said it was first CHILD SURVIVOR OE yearold Julie Clark is lifted to a stretcher at San Bernardino Calif by Air Force Sgt Daniel Ball as she and her sister Laurie 8 were brought from the scene of a mountain plane crash which killed the childrens parents The Photofax girls had spent three days beside the wreckage and the bodies of their par ents before search planes spotted them The private plane crashed Monday Laurie suffered a broken leg and both suffered bumps bruises and exposure Another photo on Page holding action started Monday and that it was hard to say what was causing the livestock shortage All departments of the plant willbe affected by the layoff Dall said Most of the workers affected however are in the iog slaughter and allied depart v The layoff will remain in ef fect Dall until re ceipts return to a normal pat tern for this time of year Dall would venture no guess on just how long this would be but commented that any farm ers holding hogs will have to bring them in sometime Dall admitted that the NFOs holding action has been more in some areasthan others including most of buying areas of the Decker plant Although the plant and all buying stations have been under members of the ready reserve of the armed forces to observation by NFO mem active it proves of the bers Dall said no incidents of tense international situation including Berlin and Cuba any kind have been reported Specifically Kennedy asked for the authority to call the re Curtailed operations also were servisls to active duty during the period between congressional ordered at the Rath Packing djournment expected within the next few weeks and next Feb Co Waterloo Co 8 about two months after the new session of Congress convenes Ottumwa Dubuque Packing Co In August last year faced with an earlier Berlin crisis Kenpubuque and Wilson Co Ce edy asked and received authority to call 250000 reservists The dar Rapids More than 600 em Vrtiite House pointed out Friday that since last August however Ployes were furloughedm all Kennedy requests authority to call reserves in future FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON President Kennedy Friday asked Congress for authority to order up to 150000 an ground for Latin guerrilla forces whichcould undertake what Soviet Premier Khrushchey wars of calls There is no doubt that the United States couldclean house in the nation would be will ing to pay the price The Communist regime of Fidel Castro has had three years in which to indoctrinate train and equip an armed force variously estimated at between 250000 and 300000 men These men are well equipped with former US weap ons and Soviet bloc arms Further the presence of 3500 Soviet technicians would provide a stiffening force for the Cubans These men undoubtedly would op erate the antiaircraft missiles they brought with them advised vbyatHejnejaan the Northf Western was dis continuing service over its lines Since receiving your letter this commission has received numer ous complaints from shippers and receivers of freight located oh the lines of the former Minneapolis St Louis Railway objecting to the discontinuance of service to them and stating that said dis continuance is severely crippling said shippers the commission said The agency added that any means of alleviating the economic hardship should be pursued to the fullest extent AIRMEN RESCUED PORT ANGELES Wash Navy patrol plane with 12 A successful US landing in Cuba and the destruction of Cuban armed forces would require far more than a few Marines If the United States is willing to stop all ships including those fly ing the Soviet flag by seizure or sinking if necessary then Cuba could be blockaded Military action against Cuba easily might set off a chain of Communist pressures against the United States and her allies in Korea Southeast Asia Berlin the Formosa Straits and the Middle East If Cuba were conquered the United States then would be 1ft with the task of providing a gov ernment Any government so in stalled probably would be viewed as a puppet regime even as the United States regards the regimes in Poland East Germany and Hungary In brief military solution to the Cuban problem is not a simple one Undoubtedly Cuba is becoming a mecca for dissident elements throughout Latin America The unrest in Latin America could be a fertile field for exploit ation by Communists native to the Western Hemisphere If Castro communism spreads the whole of Latin America coult be thrown into a turmoil afflictec with bloody revolutions counter revolutions and wars The Communist technique of nib bling at the free world until tto United States is isolated would be one more step nearer fruition And therein lies the danger ti the United States FERRY CAPSIZES SEOUL Korea UPI J ferry Jbarge capsized in th muddy rainswollew Han Rive mt Seoul Friday Police said about 20 of its 53 passenger were drowned board ditched in the ocean off orthwestern Washington Thurs ay night and its crew was res ued by the nuclear submarine eadragon On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News67 Mason City News89 Latest Markets 79 v llill 15 Comics VrVTTrV 14 Clear Lake News 17 TV Guide Pullout Section Johnson Pope in longchat VATICAJST CITY AP US Vice President Lyndon B Johnson called on Pope John XXIII Friday and afterward predicted great eco nomic and social advances will re sult from the forthcoming Roman Catholic worldwide council Johnson on the final day of his sixrnation 15day goodwill tour around the Mediterranean spent 41 minutes alone with the 80year old ruler of the Roman Catholic Church Then the vice presidents wife Lady Bird and 18yearold daugh ter Lynda Bird joined in the unusually long audience which lasted another eight minutes ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES is weaker heart is grow ing weaker and officials said his condition is grave The corivicted Soviet spy swallowed an overdose of barbituates Thursday in an effort to avoid being de ported to the U S Preliminary OK to Marshall The full Senate Judiciary committee approved President Kennedys nomination of Negro leader Thurgood Marshall to be a federal judge after a subcommittee had delayed action months Marshall former chief counsel for the Na tional Association forthe Advancement of Colored People was named to the Court of Appeals almost one year Sept 23 1961 Germans cheer De Gaulle HAMBURG Germany Tens of thousands of Germans cheered President Charles de Gaulle as he visited city hall following an announcement that he and Chancellor Konrad Adenauer had agreed to strengthen ties between France and West Germany 2 North Koreans captured SEOUL The United Nations Command dis closed that South Korean troops captured two wound ed North Korean soldiers in the trucezone clash in which three other Communist intruders were killed Birth control report shelved Surgeon General Luther L Terry said he decided against publication in its pres ent form of a birthcontrol research report because he believed it would be misunderstood and misiri terprefed Drastic action pondered RICHMOND Va A federal judge indicated he might issue an order that would prevent Virginia from operating public schools until it reopens schools in Prince Edward County closed three years ago to avoid integration he Army has established ew regular divisions and added o the strength of other services Press secretary Pierre Salinger declined to relate the Presidents request specifically to either Berlin or Cuba But he said it stemmed criti cal nature of the internationa situation The Presidents action came lesSthan two hours after Repub lican leaders called for a Formo satype declaration to deal with the Cuban situation The GOP leaders proposed that congress give the President authority to use troops if necessary to meet the threat created by Soviet strengthening of the Castro regime in Cuba The Republican spokesmen said in making the proposal that they had not discussed the resolution with Kennedy in ad vance The reserve request contained these provisions The reservists would be called to active duty for a period of no more than 12 months No member of the ready re serves involuntarily ordered to active duty last August would be called up under the new law Kennedy could authorize the defense secretary at least until next Feb 28 to extend any en listments appointments per iods of active duty obligated service or other military status expiring before Feb 28 This would apply to any component of the armed forces or the Na tional Guard but such tours of duty could not be extended be yond 12 months Fiveday Temperatures will average 2 to 5 degrees be low normal Friday night through next Wednesday Nor mal highs are from 77 northto 81 south and normal lows from 54 north to 57 south Turning cooler Friday night and Satur day with a warming trend the beginning of next week Rain fall will average about 50 of an inch in showers and thunder storms mostly during the first of the period North Iowa Mostly cloudy showers and thunderstorms late Friday night changing to rain Saturday Warmer Friday night lows in upper 50s Strong shifting winds and turning colder Saturday highs in the 60s Iowa Cloudy Friday night with scattered showers or thunder storms west warmer east lows 50s northwest to 60 south east Saturday strong shifting winds and turning colder with occasional rain west and north and scattered thunderstorms southeast highs 50 northwest to about 70 southeast Further outlook Mostly cloudy and colder with rain ending west during morning and east in afternoon or night Sunday Minnesota Mostly cloudy show In Davenport the Oscar May er Packing Co announced that 25 workers laid off Monday because of curtailed op erations The NFO which kicked oft the allout 16 states this in effort toboost produce prices said a Midwest meat shortage could ers Cooler in 70s Highs Saturday SAME Safety Department GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Friday Maximum Minimum1 At 8 am Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 67 48 55 86 59 deyelop this i Jv xiii rTiv Livestock receipts at corn belt markets have ibeen jdown and prices have been than normal ever since the holding action began in earnest Tues day Omaha however reported nearnormal conditions However the Friday price in creases were not as far above the normal levels as they had been in earlier stages the holding action Hog price gains were the smallest of the week Oren Lee Staley NFO presi dent reiterated that his organ ization is committed to non violence in keeping livestock away from buying stations At the same time Johnson County Attorney Ralph Neuzil at Iowa City said he has asked the county sheriffs office for a report on an alleged incident at Lone Tree last Sunday the day after the NFO holding action went into effect And at Maryville Mo A R Martin president of the Con sumers Oil Cooperative which also operates a hog buying sta tion said wire fences at his pas tures had been cut in 86 places Martin blamed NFO members Neuzil said he had no evi dence of violence against the movement of 21 head of cattle from the Duane Stock farm near Lone Tree to Rock Island HI last Sunday r Mrs Stock said a neighbor be rated her husband after he and trucker left with the cattle that she got scared went into town by car and some other cars followed her Cab is impaled by good Sir Edward New York dragon gets bloody nose Photofax KISS FOR THE Adam Clayton Pow ell DNY criticized for junketing in Europe while Congress is taking up key legislation is greeted by his Puerto Ricoborn wife Yvette on his return home Powell is chairman of the House Education and Labor Committee and his trip has been attacked by fellow congressmen led by H R Gross NEW YORK upon a time when knighthood was still in there was a young knight by the name of Edward Hess Now this Hess was a goodly fellow of some 21 summers who hailedfrom a land called the Bronx He rode knight errant into the neighboring province Manhattan on a white charger called Nancy with lance in hand and wearing a red tunic with falcon crest knights helmet and coat of mail He Was however only a knight for a day or so and be around the city of New York advertising for Brooklyns St George Hotel St George and the Hess was riding on First Avenue between 44th and 45th streets near the United Nations Building when a likely adversary appeared in the form of a New York taxi cab For the benefit of the uniniti ated a New York taxicab is a sort of modernday dragon that moves at high speed stops with great squealing eats money and has a call that goes honk honk This particular taxicab driven by Philip Viceconti pulled up be hind Hess and his trusty mount and went honk honk Neigh neigh went Nancy whirling about And before Hess could go nay nay his trusty lance had pierced the taxicabs in the grill Odd bodkins said Viceconti or words to the effect Egad said Hess twas but an milord Quoth Viceconti as the knight rode off into the sunset Go tell King Arthur he owes me 60 bucks for this radiator Mrs Stock said that in town group of men told her that her husband had better join the NFO or else She said she returned home called Sheriff Albert Murphy and was told 20 or 30 men were waiting for Stock to return Sheriff Murphy said Thursday night that the farmers he talked with seemed very peaceable to me and that they told him they just wanted to explaintheir pro gram to Stock Retail prices to go higher Managers of Mason City mar kets expressed concern Friday about the effect the NFO holding action is having on their Jineat prices i They said their wholesale prices for pork have increased in the last week and one said lie has had to pass this on in his retail   

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