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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 25, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION VOL 102 The newspaper that makes all North I o wans neighbors Associated Press and United Press International Full Wires MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 25 1W2 noe a Paper Consistt o Two No ItS Showdown near in college case Russ fish fleet port in Cuba K I Too late to apply Doctrine Monroes idea Prevention By LYLE C WILSON WASHINGTON Monroe Doctrine UPD The has something in common with the weather Just plain ordinary weather It is this Everybody is talking about the KEY WEST Fla Minister Fidel Castro announced Tuesday the Soviet Union plans to build a major port in Cuba as a base for its Atlantic fishing fleet Castro addressing his nation on television1 after signing a contract for the port with So viet Fisheries Minister A A Ishkov said the port will cost 12 million pesos The cost will be met by the Soviet Union Castro said through a credit to finance purchase of the necessary ma chinery to operate the port It will be built by Cuban la borers with Cuban material the prime minister said and the na ion will be compensated for this ontribution by additional food JAMES MEREDITH Monroe Doctrine but nobody is doing anything about it Cuba has made the doctrine a talky topic There is reason why nobody is doing anything about the Monroe Doctrine in relation to Cuba That reason is this The Monroe Doc trine was and is a preventive doc trine It was designed to persuade certain European powers not to do things invithe Hemisphere in mos cases could persuade and preven only when supported by strong very of hardnosed war if the European powersr per sisted More simply Mr Monroes doc trine was a device of statecraft in tended to help keep the Unitec States out of war by preventin the development of a situation in which the national interest woulc compel the United States to under take a war The essential points that bea on the situation which has been allowed to develop in Cuba ar these The Monroe Doctrine was intended to prevent hipments from the Soviet Union Castro said however the port actually will belong to Cuba and will be operated by Cuban workers The prime minister did not announce the location of the port mmediately Indications have been reported that the Castro government plans to build a naval base at Banes on Cubas northeastern coast about 8 miles north ofthe US naval base at Guantahamo Castro said the port will be constructed and used by Russia under a 10year contract How ever he referred to the pact as a mere formality It surely will continue much longer than 10 years he said The peso is regarded on a par with the US dollar by the Cas tro government However for eignexchange brokers in Miami give about 16 US cents for a Cuban peso It was not known which standard Castro was us ing when he referred to the port as a 12millionpeso installation On the inside Woman 104 has k successful gall bladder surgery NEW YORK AP The gall bladder surgery was the first op eration the patient had ever had It was successful The healing was normalRecovery was ac cording to schedule The was routine in all respects but patienj was 104 years old Doctors at the Brooklyn Hebrew Home and Hospital for theAgec said Monday the patient Sara Perler is doing fine and tha A state federal conflict Attempts to enroll again NEW ORLEANS AP The US 5th Circuit Court of Appeals issued a sweeping restraining or der Tuesday prohibiting Gov Ross Barnett and a large number of county city and other state offi cials from interfering with the registration of Negro James H Meredith at the University of Mis sissippi In addition to Barnett the order names Mississippi Atty Gen Joe T Patterson State Commissioner of Public Safety T B Birdsong nd district attorneys police Kiefs and sheriffs which the ourt described as representative f their authority throughout the poodles Judy and Tiger wound up in the hat check room of Trinkaus Manor a res taurant near Utica NY The French poodles each valued at were dressed up with hat checks Photofax while the dogs owners Mr and Mrs Milton S Frankle New York City were having dinner Judy and Tiger had roast beef later Plane lost wing on ditching tier recovery from the operatic was even faster than in som younger The physicians said they hav found no reports in recent Amer can medical literature of abdominal surgery in a patient of such an advanced age After 104 years the spokes man commented Mrs Perler finally has an operation to talk about ntire state The order was signed by three udges 00f the Appellate Court hey set a hearing for Oct 5 in Orleans The order was issued on the re quest of the US Justice Depart mentwhich only Monday pressec a contempt charge against univer sity officials leading to the prom LONDON serv cemen and their dependents almly went through a ditching rill as their Flying Tiger air iner plunged into the stormy At antic The heroic story of courage in he last fatefulmoments before he crash landing of the Super Any attempt by the European Editorials Page 4 powers to extend their political system to any portion of this hemisphere Clear Lake News 5 Society News 67 N Any interposition by a Euroi Sports pean power for the purpose of op1 pressing or controlling in any other manner the destinies of the Latin American governments who have declared their independence and maintained it These are two of five basic points certified by the late J Reuben Clark who in 1928 wrote for the State Department a memo on the Monroe Doctrine Clark was undersecretary of state Clarks scholarly analysis clear ly shows that in purpose and in application Mr Monroes doc trine was a preventive measure like wearing rubbers against the threat of heavy rain As wearing rubbers would serve not much purpose after the feet were wet so the Monroe Doctrine is not likely to be of m u c h use after the fact of old world intrusion into the new world as communism has intruded in Cuba The doctrine was stated in 1823 Cuba has figured since in a dozen developments which could be con sidered as coming within area of the principles underlying the Mon roe Doctrine More often than not over the years the doctrine was the basis of sturdy US diplomacy to prevent Great Britain from seizing Cuba from Spanish control The United States was ever eager and anxiousto prevent a great naval power Great Britain from controlling the strategic Cuban harbors and bases and thereby the naval situation in the Caribbean This was true in August 1849 when Spain was be lieved to be negotiating cession ol Cuba to the British The State Departmentinformed the US minister to Spain that This US government is resolutely determined that the is land of Cuba shall never be ceded by Spain to any other power than the United States The cession o Cuba to any foreign power would in the US be the instant signa for war That ended that Farm Features13 Latest Markets 14 Mason City News1415 Comics 17 Trouble still not over in Argentina BUENOS AIRES W Mass resignations from the powerful council of admirals confronted President Jose Maria Guido with a new crisis Tuesday The air force pledged to his sup port ordered an alert of all 67 units for new trouble in Argen 1112 Itina There were reports of pockets of discontent in all the services over the new military leadership that kicked out the army command in last weeks uprising Story of bravery courage kmsteUation in darkness Sunday night was told Tuesday by some of the 48 men and our women Twelve of the 76 persons aboard the fourengine charteredairliner are known dead Bodies of 10 men and two women were recovered Sixteen including two children are missing A US Air Force spokesman said later There is little hope that any more survivors will be found unless a raft is remaining afloat somewhere The captain scribed as a hero by other sur ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES New polio cases studied OMAHA authoritiesinvestigated three new polio cases in which the victims became ill shortly after taking Type III of the Sabin oral vaccine Dr Robert C Eelkema said circumstantial evidence against the vaccine strong in the cases They brought to five the number of persons con tracting polio after taking Type III Peru sounds twin warning UNITED warned Russia to get out of Cuba and at the same time cautioned the United States not to meddle in Peruvian affairs Blast wounds 3 policemen ST LOUIS shotgun blast fired from the darkness wounded three St Louis County police officers who were trying to disperse an unruly ex cited crpwd of some 300 persons in suburban Kinloch The crowd was protesting the killing Sunday of a man by a Kinloch policeman Flareups of violence have been occurring ever since the shooting in the predominantly Negro community of 8500 Yank plane buzzed by Russ BERLIN Two Soviet fighter planes zoomed past the nose of a US Air Force transport in the BerlinFrankfurt air corridor almost causing an ae rial collision Sharp notes to Moscow MOSCOW The United States Britain and France in sharp notes charged the Soviet Union was responsible for the brutality of the Communist East German regime and accused if of maintaining tension in Berlin ise by officials that Meredit would be registered The promise of the official however came in the face 6 counterrhoves at Jackson by Ba nett who has sworn he will g to jail rather than see Meredit enrolled at Ole Miss The Appeals Court Monday gav the State College Board until 4 pirn Tuesday to let Meredith en roll Meredith planned to register in Jackson where the board normal ly sits rather than the campus at Oxford This was part of the boards agreement witluthe court But even while courtroom agree ments were being made in New Orleans Gov Barnett was mak ing counter moves The 64yearold governor who promised to go to jail rather than see Meredith knock down 114 years of segregation at Ole Miss took these actions 1 He obtained a state court or der forbidding university officials from enrolling Meredith and for bidding Meredith from enrolling 2 He issued an executive order directing state police to arrest anyone who tried to arrest or fine a state official in connection with the Meredith case Meredith calm but attentive in the court room seemed not at all sure that the end of the long road was in sight Ive been admitted a lot of times before he told newsmen referring to three previous federal court orders that so far have not succeeded in putting him in the classes at Ole Miss The board issued a statement after the hearing saying that it bowed to the court because it was apparent that fine and im prisonment in amounts unknown to us would not prevent Mere diths admission FATAL BLAST ELISABETHVILLE Katanga the Congo Indian sol diers were killed and three in jured when a UN patrol hit mine Monday North Iowa Generally fair Tuesday night and Wednesday Cooler Tuesday night lows 3440 Highs Wednesday 6670 Iowa Generally fair through Wednesday Cooler Tuesday night lows 30 north to mid 40s south Highs Wednesday near 70 Further outlook Partly cloudy and warmer Thursday Minnesota Mostly fair warm er Highs Wednesday around 75 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum 63 Minimum 44 At 8 am 49 Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum 59 Minimum 38 T e m ppr Ory h a It to the cost of living Only the Newspaper ONLY THE NEWSPAPER puts the of the news the gems of information into print for you day after day Its a jewel of consistency Steels contempt case squelched WASHINGTON UBThe Senate Judiciary Committee squelchec Tuesday its antitrust suocommil tees contempt of Congres charges against four steel com panies and nine of their top ex ecutives The 9 to 5 vote was a clearcu victory for the steel firms in re fusing to comply with subpoena from the antitrust subcommittee for detailed figures on their cost of production The Re public National and tended that disclosure of the in formation would give compet itors both at home and abroad an unfair competitive advantage Diphtheria hits 3rd Iowa family SIOUX CITY Ifl An out break of diphtheria which has taken one life has spread to a hird Sioux City family a city health official said Monday The latest case diagnosed as diphtheria was that of Jimmy Thorson 14 It was the eighth case reported in a week The Iowa State Health Depart ment was sending personnel to Sioux City to aid in seeking the source of the outbreak and to help in controlling the disease ROM OURWIRE SERVICES prices hich have pushed up living osts by 12 per cent in the past 2 months leveled off at least emporarily inAugustBut gov rnment experts said another mall increase was in prospect ext month The Labor Department said s consumer price index was nchanged last month at Julys ecord jpeak Medical care was nchanged for the first time nee 1954 Average prices also ere unchanged for food hous ng medical care and personal are Advances for transportation eading material and recreation vere offset by lower average irices for apparel As a result the departments iverall consumer price index re mained unchanged at 1055 per cent of 195759 prices On the former base of 194749 he August index was 1294 Wage rates of some labor contracts are led to this old index In announcing the August fig ures Robert J Myers dep uty labor statistics commissioner said he expects the September living cost assembled next show a rise be cause of higher prices for meats due to the Midwest farmers strike arid to still higher charges for gasoline and used cars Medical care an item which had been rising steadily was un changed this August for the first month since June 1954 A continuing decline in cost of prescriptions and drugs offset continuing gainsin medical fees and hospital room rates Com pared with a year ago medical costs are up 26 per cent Average earnings of factory workers declined slightly in Au gust but were still on a record level for the month The average weekly takehome pay of the fac tory worker with three dependents was Myers said the farmers meat strike had nothad a great effect on meat prices He said it pushed prices up quickly but there was a fast corresponding decline so that he anticipated little net ef fect or any continuing higher meatprice level eggs increased season ally in August but they at their lowest level for the atran average 513 cents a dozen in grocery 21 years his crew of eight and ic 68 passengers were brave and magnificent when he told them he ad to ditch There was no panic and this verted a greater loss of life Survivors aboard the Canadian ircraftcarrier Bonaventure and he tiny Swiss freighter Celerina old of the last minutes as the plane dropped towardthe tossing waves 500 miles west of Ireland Ditching drill advice and a punning commentary were given 10 the passengers dufingthbsellast few hideous moments before im pact a radio report from tha Bonaventure said was believed to have been The three families where diph theria was diagnosed are neigh bors givenby the navigator of the air whose position reporting in cidentally was proved excellent As a result of this briefing sur vivors and those bodies recovered were all wearing life jackets The crew of the Celerina risked death to rescue the survivors from rafts in the stormtossed One crewman was reported in jured A helicopter from the Canadian aircraft carrier made 13 trips Monday under the most difficult radio message said land medical supplies clothing and cigarettes on the Cel erina There is a doctor on board the Celerina thought to be one of the survivors and he has sufficient supplies to tend the injured until their arrival in Antwerp the Bonaventure said The Canadian rescue ship said it recovered a life raft with the oody of one of the planes four stewardesses on it She was not identified by name The radio report said the im pact on landing ripped off the port wing of the big and with two precious lifcrafts of the six buffeted those sitting on the left side of the plane Of the survivors it said Those on the port side were cut bruised had missing teeth and two have broken bones It added that when the Cana dians reached the Celerina they found the survivors dazed and in a state of shock The message relayed some poignant tales of selfsacrifice and love It told of an Air Force major who held his wifes head above water on one of the liferafts her shoulder dislocated Both were covered with bruises and cuts but they survived There also was the case of the young German bride who hand in hand with the American Army sergeant she had married nly about a year ago jumped nto the sea from the ditched plane She was rescued He is missing Photofax YES THEYRE OLD PALS Pakistan President Ayub Khan and former President Dwight Eisen hower old friends embrace each other as they meet at a Washington dinner party Eisenhower was a guest at the dinner held in the Pakistan Embassy In background is the Pakistan Ambassador Aziz Ahmed SAME 1   

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