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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 20, 1962, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Editedfor Homo VOL 102 The newspaper that Associated Press and United Press International Lease Wires CITY GLOBEGAZETTE makes all North I o wa n s n e i g h b o rs MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY SEPTEMBER M 1942 OME EDITIQN S 10c Paper Consist of Two SectionsSection stop any arms shipments New peace bid in Argentina unrest FROSI OUR WIRE SERVICES BUENOS AIRES President Jose M Guido summoned rebel General Juan C Ongania to his private home Thursday to re sume peace talks between lead ers of Argentinas rival army factions The renewed peace bid came only hours after government Stravinsky goes back to Russia Hell find it changed By PRESTON GROVER MOSCOW AP Igor Feodor oyich Stravinsky comes back to his Friday to demon strate for the Russians what has come of the musicalrevolutionhe took to the West a half century ago and to hear what they have done with music while he was gone J1 The mutuariinpact on his first return in 48 years is likely to be considerable perhaps affection ate forces went into action against a 35tank rebel armored column advancing on Buenos Aires from Magdalena at the mouth of the Plate River A Terse government announce ment said 40 prisoners had been taken It did not say whether any fighting had taken place or there were any casualties The prisoners were taken in an early morning contact be tween rival scout patrols in the area south of Lanus the big industrial city six miles south of Buenos Aires The dispute which threatens economic all ytroubled Argen tina with civil war is between two rival army factions over the appointment of Gen Jose Oeta vio Cornejo Sarayia as secre tary of war and Gen Juan C Lorio as army commander in chief The 12000man garrison at Campo de Mayo 20 miles south of Buenos Aires has backed Gen Angania ina demand to oust the secretary of war and the army chief President Jose Maria Guido ordered the rebels at Campo de Mayo to surren der They refused and the gov ernment brought in troop re inforcements to defend Buenos Aires as the rebel forces ma neuvered toward the city could His Russian tour brisk crackling of g oo d will such as Amer ican poet Rob ert Frost en gendered on his recent S o v i et visit Stravin sky Ru s s ian born and Cal iforniaAmerican by choice is no less an outspoken individualist than the Californiaborn New Englander Frost Stravinskys triumphant return is a belated and reconciliatory part of celebrations of his 80th birthday now three months past In the earlier phases of the four score birthday celebrations Stra vinsky was entertained by the Kennedys in the White House and somewhere along the way in Rus sia he is expected to meet Pre mier Khrushchev as Frost did and as the touring good will clar inetist Benny Goodman did before him this year Khrushchev was friendly but frankly told Goodman he didnt dig Bennys music and there is speculation as to whether the pre mier will comment on Stravinsky Many others over the world have violently Soviet arbiters of art have pre pared the way for Stravinsky in recent months by permitting for the first time renditions of many of the Stravinsky works that had been unacceptable under Soviet doctrine The small wiry octogenarian composer will find little of the old Russia on this first visit since 1914 World War I There is a niece in Leningrad Xenia Stra vinsky whom he will meet His father a famous basso at the old czarist St Petersburg Leningrad Opera and his first teacher Nicolai RimskyKorsakov are buried near each other in Novodevichy Cemetery The elder Stravinsky turned Igor away from music and sent him to law school where he met a son of RimskyKorsakov and then Rimsky himself and his fu ture was settled The classic academic imprint of Rimsky and the avantgarde en couragements of the ballet enter preneur Diaghilev gave young Igor the surefingered grasp and the inventive fire that made him famous and endlessly contro versial and now welcome in a more tolerant homeland Stravinsky will conduct concerts in Moscow and Leningrad near Oranienbaum where he was born June 17 1882 North Iowa Increasing cloudi ness warmer through Friday Lows Thursday night upper 30s Highs Friday in 70s Iowa Increasing cloudiness warmer through Friday Lows Thursday night 38 to 44 east 45 to 50 west Highs Friday in 70s Further erable cloudiness Saturday scattered showers little tem perature change Minnesota Partly cloudy warm er Friday highs 6875 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Thursday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 59 31 4G 78 55 Mariner has gone four million miles WASHINGTON UPI Mar iner 2 the Venusbound space rocket was 3943461 miles from earth at noon Thursday Travel ling at 6453 miles an hour the instrumentfilled spacecraft is expected to arrive Dec 14 for a half hour probe of the myster ious planet There WAS frost but damage appears light Jack Frost visited North Iowa earlyThursday but most area people agreed after checking that whatever damage he brought was limited The low temperature reported for Mason City was 31 Ed Dorow Mitchell County extension director said that the frost probably will turn some of the corn leaves brown but just how much damage it did to the ears will remain to be seen Dorow did however say that all the corn would have been better off if the frost would have held off for another 10 days or two weeks R V Wilkinson Rock Falls said the frost1 apparently did lit tle d a m age to his corn and thinks most of the corn in his immediate area is beyond the stage where even a hard frost would do much damage Mrs Leigh Curran and Mrs Willard Fulghum Jr both of rural Mason City also re ported light frost but agreed there appeared to have been lit tle damage to the corn The same report came from Mrs Ben Vierkant rural Mason City and Mrs Robert Sherrard St Ansgar Mrs Vierkant how ever admitted taking the pre caution of covering her flowers Another warning to Reds Will protect our friends ROM OUR WIKE SERVICES WASHINGTON Secretary of State Dean Rusk told Congress hat the United States has warned Cuba that it would in tercept any shipments of Com munist arms or troops from Huba to other Latin American ountries it was revealed Thurs day There has been increasing evi dence that some of the material ent to Cuba from Russia actu illy is earmarked for insurgent forces in other American coun ties Rusk said the United States is determined to keep the Communist influence con ained in Cuba The Senate meanwhile over whelmingly approved a fight fmust resolution giving the President authority to us e roops if necessary in the Cuban situation The vote was 861 with only Sen Winston Prouty RVt dissenting United Nations Cuba charged that Washington is pre Paring aggression against the Communist Cariij bean stronghold Rusk made the disclosure in testimony to the Senate Armed Services and Foreign Relation committees He also said Presi dent Kennedy would of course move immediately with tile nee essary forces if Cuba attacks the U S naval base at Guantanamo Bay N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Rocky nominated as expected BUFFALO N Y Confident Republicans marched into the state election campaign under the banner of Gov Nelson A Rockefeller to seek a smashing victory that would enhance his presiden tial prospects Amid some shouts of Rocky for presi dent the governor was nominated by acclamation for a second fouryear term at a quiet and orderly state convention Missilemakers bow to JFK WASHINGTON Two major missilespace pro ducers have bowed to President Kennedys request and accepted compulsory union membership proposed by a special presidential board for settlementof their contract disputes with two unions The agreements ended the threat of a strike Saturday against North American Aviation and General Dynamics Convair Division Minimum pay hike endorsed MIAMI BEACH Steelwqrkers union conven tion delegates gave thunderous support to a resolu tion calling on Congress to raise the minimum wage to an hour The resolution said the present min imum wage of an hour is not enough in a na tion as rich as ours Progress in strike talks wii WASHINGTON Acting labor secretary W Willard Wirtz met with labor and management in a further attempt to end the 22dayold Chicago anft North Western Railway strikeThe meeting was con sidered a sign that progress had been made in decid ing what issues in the dispute would be submitted to arbitration since Wirtz had been meeting separately yApT1 and Order of Rairoad Telegraphers ORT representatives Rusk oration also that said without dab there ions that the disclosure by the Soviet news agency Tass that Russia was supplying Castro with arms has caused consid erable concern among the Rus people themselves The secretary said in this nection he was hopeful that President Kennedys strong statements on conditions under which this country would inter vene in t h e Caribbean might cause Moscow to go slow on aid to Cuba Rusk also discussed the cir AP SIGN TELLS STORYMississippi Gov Ross Barnett JAMES MEREDITH son John 2 retires DES MOINES Nor man Erbe announced Thursday he resignation of Justice Ralph A Oliver 76 of Sioux City from he Iowa Supreme Court Justice Oliver gave no reason or his resignation but he has been in ill health for some time The resignedjurist was the old est member of the court in point of years of service He joined the bench in 1938 The resignation is effective Oct Erbe said he would follow the same procedure set up to select icials pulledall the stops Thurs ay in their eleventhhour legal attle to keep Negro James Mere ith from enrolling at the Univer ity of Mississippi The 29yearold Air Force veter an was expected to arrive on the ampus of the allwhite school icon totry to become the first of lis race to register in the 114 year history of the school At Jackton state justice the peace convicted Meredith in a 10minute trial ona charge o falsevoter registration or dered hisarrest The was the sec ond issued against growing outof a discrepancy in Merediths listing of his residence In seeking as a voter he listedhis homeas Hinds Coun ty butinhis testimony during his desegregation suithe said he livec in Attala County Neither where abouts were unknown Thursday vxb U V4k UM HJ OtiCUl cumstances in which US armed three nominees for the vacancy orce might be committed in the as was used in fillingthe place William Cuban situation He said no of resigned Justice United States has strong com mitments for joint action the world and is en with 42 allies nose to Union around gaged nose with tne Soviet around the globe It is almost inconceivable that the engagement could be ome hot at one point and not Decome hot at others and at each of these points we are necessarily involved with our allies he said The third day of the present session of the UN General As sembly saw Cuban ambassador Vlario GarciaInchaustegui take the rostrum to level the charge as soon as US Ambassador Adlai E Stevenson had com pleted a major US policy speech which touched only brief y on Cuba Stevenson listing what he threats in a dark and precarious world said the Xiban government without out side support was carrying on campaign of vituperation Hemisphere subversion and in the Western On the inside Clear Lake News Page 3 Editorials 4 Comics 9 Sports 13H Mason City News18lt Latest Markets 19 North News24 L several City The nominating committee will great nation can ever aban Bliss of Mason don its elementary right of unimonths ago ateral action if that becomes The TO WII1 necessary for its own security be composed of the chief justice He stressed however that the oi the courtthe dean of the State University ofIowajLaw School the attorney representa tives of district court judges the County Attorneys Association the State Bar Association the Junior Bar Association and three non lawyers The nonlawyers W Earl Hall editor of the Mason City GlobeGazette Erbe explained he is using this procedure to fill the vacancy in view of the adoption by the vot ers in the 1962 primary election of the constitutional amendment providing for a change in the method of selecting Supreme Court and District Court judges The official procedure to use in cases such as Justice Olivers resignation have not yetbeen set up MORE SPUDS PLEASE BERLIN WVEast Germanys Communist leadership caught in a food crisis Thursdayde manded a speedup in the potato harvest SAME ppi moves to Nero student OXFORD Miss AP State df nor any of his attorneys was at trial Justice of thePeace Homer Idgeworth meted out the maxi mum year in jail and fine In an earlier arrest warrant is ued against Meredith he was ac used of perjury a felony with a maximum possible sentenceof 10 years imprisonment Wirtz nomination gets Senates OK Thfr Sen ate confirmed by vot Thursday President Kennedy nomination of W Willard Wirl as secretary of labor Wirtz i moving up from the post of un dersecretary to succeed Arthu J Goldberg who resigned to accept an as iiember ofthe Supreme Court Goldbergs nomination to the lighcst court ispendingin the ienate Judiciary Committee The two cases tie in with a bill assed by thelegislature Wednes ay and signed into law by Gov oss Barnett in the predawn ours making it illegal for the niversity to admit anyone with a riminal record There was speculation Meredith vould be arrested on a state war ant charging him with false qter registration Hinds County Atly Paul Alex mder said a criminal warrant had been issued charging Mere dith with periury in connection with his voter registration appli cation was expected to show up a number of federal marshals If the university refuses to en roll him the registrar likely wbuld face federgl charges Federal courts up to and in cluding theSupreme Court have ordered Meredith admitted to the university as a transfer student oming from Jackson State Col ege for Negroes THEYLL FLY DYNASOAR Here AP photofax are five of the six test pilots named to 37 Capt William Knight 38 Maj Rus fly the DynaSoar in earth orbit prob sell Rogers 34 and Maj James Wood ably next year Left to right are Capt 38 A fullscale mockup of the Dyna Albert Crews 33 Maj Henry Gordon Soar is in lower photo Another group of spacemen LAS VEGAS Nev WVThe weirdestlooking space plane this ide of science fiction was un eiled here Wednesday by the Force Its the X20 DynaSoar sched uled to be blasted into a 100mile ugh orbit around the earth by a Titan III booster sometime in 965 A model of the triangular haped black spaceglider 35 feet ong and 20 feet across was shown publicly for the first time at the Air Force Association con vention Technical men familiar with sketches and photographs of the X20 were startled by the vicious ugliness of the fullscale mockup With its upturned wingtips and long snout the X20 looks like its designer managed to cross a manta a The Air Force also announced the names of the first six men who will fly the X20 The pilots all from Edwards Air Force Base Calif are Maj Henry C Gordon 37 Maj James W Wood 38 Maj Russell L Rogers 34 Capt Albert H Crews Jr 33 and Capt William J Knight 33 all of the Air Force and Milton 0 Thompson 36 test pilot for the Nationat Aeronautics and Space Administration Sometime next year of these men will be at the controls
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