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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 22, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Horn ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newsnaner fknf m L A 11 MIL i HOME EDITION VOL 102 newspaper that makes ail North I Associated Press and United Press International Full Lease Wires owans neighbo r s MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 22 1962 UOc a Paper Consists of Two SectionsSection On No 193 TANKS MOVE UP IN ARGENTINA A tank of a rebel column moves up in Avellaneda Argentina near Buenos Aires enroute to Plorencia Varela where Sleeping sickness clashes occurredIn a move to prevent rsavy proposed that a threeman junta take control of the country mystery Mosquitoes blamed now By DOUGALD EFERGUSON ST PETERSBURG Fla AP onat its normal pace in this resort areawhere sleeping sickness hastrtaken more than dozen But city officials and business people wonderj how publicity abou the epidemicwill affect their win ter tourist business There is rib panic in the streets Businessmen are not closing their shops or retrenching Motel owners are not turning their mortgages back to banks There has been no mass exodus of people Officials point out that at least fivetenths of one per cent of the 400000 people in Pinellas County have come down with the illness Charles Wentz was one of these It was Friday afternoon when the 54yearold sales engineer be gan feeling sick at his stomach His temperature rose to His head ached He saw double At times he was delirious A doctor treated him for an in testinal virus Then Wentz mind went blank A spinal tap and blood tests were taken Encephalitis said the doctors They explained to Mrs Wentz her husbands brain and nervous sys tem were inflamed by the virus Today 25 pounds lighter he is recuperating Doctors say he will be able to return to work in about two months Iowa Partly cloudy Saturday night cooler north lows 40s north to 50s south Sunday showers southeast partly cloudy northwest highs in the 60s Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 am Saturday Maximum 61 Minimum 43 At 8 am 47 Precipitation 31 Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum 79 Minimum 51 Wentr had a severe case Some shake it off without even going to a doctor A lot of mystery surrounds sleeping sickness the laymans term for encephalitis There are three types predomi nant in the United States Eastern equine western equine and the St Louis variety The St Louis type the strain prevalent here is con sidered benign and seldom fatal Yet 10 per cent of the patients here have died Doctors blame the high death rate on the large number of elder ly persons living here Older per sons often in poor health are un able to produce the antibodies that counteract the virus Health officials believe the virus is seeded in Pinellas County They theorize the virus is carried by birds The county has the largest bird population in the state The birds like it here because the older folks feed them I But birds cant give encephalitis to humans Doctors blame the mosquito the same insect that carries yellow fever and malaria for transmit ting it from infected birds to hu mans City andt county insecticide fog ging programs have been doubled An emergency federal health laboratory has been set up to study mosquitoes and birds to de termine which species are prime carriers and reservoirs of the vi rta The dating game even in jail DBS MOINES un An at tempt by three prisoners in the county jail to dig through a wall of brick and steel into an ad joining cell block containing women was discovered late Fri day The prisoners are the same three who escaped from the jail Aug 24 only to be recaptured within 23 hours Sheriff Wilbur Hildreth said Saturdaythe latest incident ap parently was not another at empt to escape but merely slot by the three men to get into he womens cell on the fourth floor of the jail On the inside Religious Features Page 45 Mason City News 67 Latest Markets7 The Surveyor g Society News irj Sports 1112 Business News 13 Comics 74 Editorials 15 Cfear Lake News 18 North Iowa News20 BROKEN BONE BIRKHALL England Queen Mother Elizabeth was rest ing Saturday after breaking a small bone in her left foot The 62yearold queen mother who is vacationing here stumbled in her house and broke the bone Full story on page 20 Fashion farm lease pending are continuing in an attempt to lease the physical plant of Fashion Farm Inc near Meservey to an eastern investor an official of the company said Friday night The farm has been closed since Aug 11 when owners of livestock the corporation was managing set up two new companies to liquidate their assets If the leasing contract is signed the official said an attempt will be made to pay the creditors of Fashion Farm A new corporation the Meservey Livestock has been formed to handle the operation of thefarm if the lease is signed The company would basically be interested in a cattle feeding operation at the farm Officials believe between 2500 and 3000 head of cattle could be raised on the farm each year A complete story on the rise and fall of Fashion Farm Inc can be found on page 20 of todays Globe Gazette to Negro marking time in college contempt case James H Meredith Negro kept up hisjdith It freed slaves An historic order comes back home WASHINGTON W President Kennedy marked the 100th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation Saturday by say ng it must be regarded not as an end but a beginning The Presidents remarks were carried by radio and tele vision to the nation and ceremonies here marking the return t Washington of the original draft of the proclamation that Abra ham Lincoln first made public 100 years ago Gov Nelson A Rockefeller of New York presented the doc to Allan Nevins chair man of the National Civil War Centennial Commission The draft of the proclamation was sent to Albany N Y in 1864 where it was raffled off at a bazar for wounded Union sol diers The state of New York purchased it and has possessed it since Kennedy said Lincolns procla mation which freed three mil lion Negro slaves in 10 Southern states launched a century that since has seen the struggle to convert freedom from rhetoric to reality It has been in many respects a somber story The President said that during much of the period Negroes were divided by segregation denied the vote subjected to terror and refused equal oppor tunity for education and employ ment Looking back at this period SAME Sufctj Department Fifureil iBIack Flat Means Traffic Death In Past 24 Hours lo admit Mere The 13 members of the College Board in effect the vigil of watchful waiting Saturday as the Justice Department pre pared another attempt to press a contempt citation against Univer sity of Mississippi officials US Dist Judge Sidney Mize Friday cleared the chancellor dean and registrar of contempt charges that followed after Gov Ross Barnett intervened and re fused to allow Meredith 29 to en roll Mize who had turned down C Merediths petition for an admisi knowr t t I I VtAMA one must observe two remark State able facts Kennedy said board of trustees for all Missis first IS that desPte hu sippi institutions of higher learnmiliatlon and deprivation the ingsare scheduled to appear in retained his loyalty to the New Orleans Monday on the sameiTjmtcd States a contemot scratic institutions contempt charg to demo The sec Argentina hovers at brink of ch aos Internal dispute worsens Army units in clashes BUENOS AIRES ies of Argentinas feuding mili ary factions turned topsyturvy overnight Rebels who had been lighting President Jose Maria Guides government sent a tank column into battle in Buenos Aires at dawn Saturday tokeep him in power Machine gun fire rattled in ex change between the World War II Sherman tanks and troops of 5en Juan Carlos Lorio erstwhile supporter of Guido who split with lim and joined a navy move to oust the president and install hreeman military junta The clash came in Constitution Plaza site of one of the capitals major railway terminals Frantic military and political maneuvers had turned the tables in the night The original rebels headed by Ongania now the legalists of constitutional gov their continued aim they pledge to keep Guido in pow er and insure elections for a a PRESIDENT GUIDO en Juan Carlos called themselves With return ernment as government The loyalists who had battled with many words and occasional shots for Guido through four days of crisis are now the rebels The navy which had kept Rail strikes end nears WASHINGTON wi Govern ment mediators meet with union and management negotiating teams again Saturday for an other effort to end the 24day telegraphers strike on the Chi cago and North Western Rail way Acting Secretary of Labor W Willard WirLz said he was confi dent agreement would come soon He said the railroad and the AFLCIOOrder of Railroad Telegraphers probably will come to terms this weekend Union President George Leigh ty drafted a backtowork order Friday mediators said A long list of isues has beer settled Wirtz said and the tw sides now are working towar agreement on which questions should be the sidelines proposed a throe man military junta to stop the drift toward civil war Rear Adm Gaston Clement of fered his resignation as navy sec retary Then he attacked Guido in a blistering note accusing him of for the bloodshed cnd demanding his resignation The note accused the diminutive hief executive a former senator if failing properly to use the pres ciency he inherited from Arturo Prondizi six months ago It said c was permitting the nation to rift toward chaos which could let t fall into Communistextremist innds The navy proposed a Javy Rear Adm Carlos Sanchez anudo Army Lt Gen Arturo Os ario Arana and Air Force Com modore Oscar the nly way out of the crisis But the cavalryled rebels urned legalists spurned a truce ffer and refused to attend a top evel meeting to discuss the plan his meeting held at a heavily uarded building of the navy sec etariat broke up inconclusively fter two hours Guido talked by telephone with en Ongania whose headquar ers are at Campo de Mayo 10 niles outside Buenos Aires and aid he would stay at the helm mgania welcomed that On the other hand a key leader f the loyalists turned rebel an ounced Gen Lorios troops are ow battling in a revolution to he end for the junta with the im of installing Gen Ossorio Ar na in power The navy declared Guido who ollapsed for a while at govern ment house Friday had offered is resignation to the council of dmirals But Guides secretary enied it Chforine gqs may bring evacuations AUSTIN Tex UPI Four een C119 Flying Boxcars ew 150000 cots from Berg trom Air Force Base to a six remainin submittec to arbitration on The key issue in dispute is union demand for some voice if determining whether any more telegraphers will be laid off by Lhe railroad Some 600 have seen dropped in economy moves over the past few years POOR HUNCH DERBY England Roe 26 canceled her wedding a few hours before it was to begin Friday because her fiance David Graham Hardy 22 lost all his money betting on a horse named Wedding Expenses N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR Dairymen OK holding action PROCTOil Minn Some 400 northeastern Minnesota dairymen gave a shouted vote of approval to the National Farmers Organization proposal to add rmfk to the list of products being withheld from iftar ket NFO representatives said no decision on the milk question would be made until returns are in from the 10 states where votes on the question arebeing taken To launch Canadian satellite i The Agency has an nodncedthat a Canadianbuilt1 satellite called the Alpuette may be launched by a US rocket next week from Point Arguello Calif The 320pound satel lite designed to study the ionosphere will carry the antennaof any spacecraft ever built a tissue thin strip of steel rolled to form a tube 150 feet from up to tip Helping hand from Germany West Germany has agreed to pay billion during the next two years for US arms and military services and negotiations are un der way for similar agreements with France and Italy Cool to NikitaJFK talks WASHINGTON Soviet PremierKhrushchev reportedly hinted to foreign visitors recently that he might like to have a talk with President Kennedy on the Berlin situationlate this year US officials are cool to such a meeting because of the danger that sharp disagreement at the summit level would in flame EastWest tensions t Apologize for actions PAWURT Germany The US Army and the American embassy in Bonn hase apologized for the actions of three American soldiers who recently assaulted three Nigerian students visitingGermany 7oep oSClents were lsiven 105 German marks to cover an amount missing after they were attacked contributed by soldiers belonging to the same unit as the three troopers held for investiga tions Strike threat postponed WASHINGTON The Machinists union and Lockheed Aircraft have agreed to extend their labor contract indefinitely cutting off a weekend strike threat against the missilespace firm The agreement virtually eliminates the chance of a major strike in the immediate future in the nations aerospace in dustry Although classes started Fridayond is that desPite deprivation from Air Force Base to a six at Ole Miss there were still twoiand the Negro has ounty area in Louisiana and days of registration left Satur never working for his own saluatinn day and Monday But plans of the Air Force veteran have been disclosed Nor were not his own salvation It can be said I believe that Abraham Lincoln emancipated Mississippi The cots and 190 tons of bedding are for persons who may be evacuated from a order three times until was told to grant it by an appeals court ruled that the board of the three defendants h I Observers here thought Merejtury dith a father of two might the slaves but that in this cen since our Negro citizens act until the appeals court hand ed down its ruling in Mondays hearing zone potentially endangered by deadly chlorine gas A sunken iiury smce our iNegro 1100 Shave emancipated themselves off liquid is to be vj raised from the Mississippi Riv er and authorities want to be Kennedy continued And the task is not finished Much remains to be done prepared in case any gas es capes AS RUSSIA ATTACKED US Pak istans Muhammad Zafrulla Khan new president of the UN General Assem bly sits with head bowed during Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gro Phototax mykos scathing verbal attack on United States in regard to Cuba Bur mas U Thant UN secretarygeneral bites his lips r   

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