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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 29, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for tht VOL 102 The newspaper Associated Press and United Press Internationa Full Lease Wires I CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION that makes all North lowans MASON CTY IOWA SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 29 W 2 neighbors UOc a Consists of Two SectionsSection One No 19f Royal pair without m a home An endless honeymoon By HAROLD K MILKS MADRID Spain AP Hand some Prince Juan Carlos and his Greek princess bride Sophia are on a seemingly endless honey moon because they are in the middle of a political tugofwar which may decide when or becomes the next king of Spain At one end of the rope is the princes father pretender Don Juan At the other is Gen Fancisco Fran co the Spanish caudillo Both have dug in their heels monar c h i s 1 sources here Juan Carlos future The prince and princess mar ried last May 14 in Athens are back from an aroundtheworlc honeymoon which seems destinec not to end until Juan Carlos father and Gen Franco agree on his future The situation requires an early meeting of Gen Franco and Don Juan monarchists say The future position of the prince in Spain must be settled satisfactorily be fore he can come back here to live The young prince and his bride paused in Madrid after their mar riage only long enough to make a required appearance at the home of Gen Franco for lunch They have been traveling since in the apparent hope that on their return the question of the princes future i would be settled Last week they spent only 20 minutes at Madrids airport en route from Switzerland to Lisbon for a visit with the princes father They plan two weeks their future in Spain still re mains may rgo to Athens for a visit with the brides parents But this cant go on forever The demands of the Count of Barcelona royal title of Don Juan de Bourbon and the needs of Spain must be reconciled Basically monarchists say there are two major problems to be resolved for Prince Juan Car los now 24 and his Greek bride Don Juan wants Gen Franco to give Prince Juan Carlos an offi cial position and possibly with it the title o Prince of Asturias which in Spain is equivalent to that of the Duke of Windsor in England monarchists say The second problem is agree ment on a formula by which Don Juan will formally abandon his own claim to the Spanish throne in order to pass it on to his son Thus far he has refused to re nounce his claim and his son has shied away from accepting ap pointment as heir apparent with out his fathers formal approval Official sources here are silent on the situation Kohler strike ended after eight years SHEBOYGAN Wis UPI The Kohler Co and the United Auto Workers Saturday an nounced agreement on a one year contract ending the na tions longest major labor dis pute The plumbingware firm and local 833 of the UAW have been at odds for eight years ever since the union members went on strike in 1954 Talks reopened here June 28 for the first time in five years following the U S Supreme Court decision June 4 that Koh ler must accept a National La bor Relations Board ruling and rehire 2000 strikers The nations longest strike be gan April 5 1954 Withip a few months strike Koh ler the name for both the plumbingware firm and village it built for workers became in tense 4 NUNS AMONG DEAD MESICK Mich headon collision of a car and a station wagon killeS six per sons Friday four of them Ro man Catholic nuns enroute to a weekend teachers workshop LEE P LOOMIS Loomis retires after 37 years as publisher Lee P Loomis publisher of the Mason City GlobeGazette since April 1925 Saturday announced his retirement as publisher effec tive Sept 30 Although he will no longer func tion as the active head of the Ma son City GlobeGazette he will continue on as president of the GlobeGazette management board In addition to serving as presi ient of the management board Loomis will continue to serve as chairmanof the board of Lee En terprises Inc the parent corpor ation of the Lee Newspapers Loomis came to Mason City from Muscatine in 1925 where he was publisher of the Muscatine Journal In 1949 upon the death of E p Adler he became head of the entire group of Lee News papers and served as their presi dent until the merger in 1960 of all of these companies into Lee Enterprises Inc At that time Philip Adler Davenport became president of the enlarged company and Loomis became chairman of the board a position he still holds Loomis has been noted for the range of his civic activities par ticularly with regard to the sev eral building fund activities which he has spearheaded He was chairman of the Good Samaritan Home campaign and was chair man of the building for St Johns Episcopal Church He served for many years on the board of the North Iowa Fair In the professional field Loomis has been the recipient of many honors The latest of these was the 1961 University of Minnesota Award for distinguished service in Journalism Loomis was the founder of KGLO the first of a group of Radio and Television stations known as the Lee Stations and is chairman of the board of the companies which comprise this group The stations include KGLO Radio and TV Mason City KHQATV and WTAD Radio Quincy 111 WMTV Madison Wis and KEYCTV in Mankato Minn The business activities of the newspaper will be headed by Ray N Rorick under the title of gen eral manager Western Railway strike has given he green light to idle passenger and freight trains in nine states Freight and passenger service will resume in a day or two or three said North Western chair man Ben W Heineman The news ilated freight carstarved ship ers of grain livestock and sugar beets in the harvestheavy Mid west Some 35000 Chicago commuters lave been promised full service when they go to work Monday morning President Kennedy announced he settlement late Friday night after Heineman and union offi cials including 22 railroad broth erhood leaders had met in the Washington office of Secretary of W Willard Wirtz The pact sent to arbitration four unsettled issues including crucial questions on elimination of jobs by the railroad that triggered the strike by the Order of Railroad Telegraphers The company and union each are to name an arbitrator and agree jointly on the selection of a third arbitrator The arbitration board is to hand down its final and binding deci sion on the disputed matters with in 10 days Telegraphers walked off the job Aug 30 in a dispute centered on job elimination procedures The agreement mediated b Wirtz arid federal mediator Fran cisA ONeill Jr came after fiv days of talks on a dispute ove backtowork arrangements Thatdispute snagged negotia tions when it appeared the teleg N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Just a stomach upset MOSCOW Mrs Igor Stravinsky said her Rus sianbom composer husband suffered a stomach up set during a concert but was able to go on and con duct very well Mrs Stravinsky denied reports that her husband had suffered a mild heart attack Stravinsky is here at the invitation of the Union of Composers and is conducting a number of concerts of his own works mean business McNamara WASHINGTON Defense Secretary Robert S McNamaras statement that nucleararmed allied planes are on strip alert at the East German bor der was an effort to influence Soviet Premier Khrushchevs thinking Administration sources said that remarks Khrushchev has made recently have left an impression that he doubts that the Allies would use nuclear force to save Berlin Home for to moon SAN DIEGO Calif It was the same as any other classified ad extolling the merits of a 500 home except that it reported the house was upfor sale because the owner is leaving for the moon The owner is Navy Lt Cmdr Charles Conrad Jr one of the newly named American astronauts NFO remains optimistic National Farmers Organiza tions NFO market rebellion is a month old fat farm prices were falling instead of rising Oren Lee Staley president of the organization remained op timistic and said the holdingaction mightbe ex tended from certain grains and livestock to include Walkout of 30days is ended But 4 issues are unsettled CHICAGO of Llc lvcauj he 30day Chicago and North up to 8 am Saturday raphers had major issues The union agreed on most wanted the 1000 owa Partly cloudy through Sun day Scattered showers and thunderstorms west and central portions Saturday night and northeast portion Sunday A little warmer Saturday night lows 45 to 50 east to 50s west Cooler northwest Sunday GlobeGazette Weather Data Maximum Minimum At 8 am Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum G5 33 44 61 34 Also faces fine for contempt B r k h NEW ORLEANSPaul B John son lieutenant governor of Mis sissippi failed to appear Saturday before a federal appeals court to explain why he barred p Negro from the state university His de fiance invited arrest and a fine for contempt of court idc ng Spy charge against an American sailor NEW YORK FBI ar niv UtlbU ilt rested an American sailor Friday Newport RI Drummond is a na mgnt on charges of passing Navy secrets to officials of the Russian delegation to the United Nations The sailor seized in his car out de a diner on the Boston Post iload Larchmont NY was sit ing with a Soviet UN delegation member A second Russian was nside the diner at the time the FBI said FBI director J Edgar Hoover dentified the American as Yeo man 1st Class Nelson Cornelius Drummond 33yearold Negro as striking telegraphers plus 15sOO other rail employes who respected picket lines to return to work immediately The company said t could not afford to do so until Ml operation was attained Neither the company nor union would say Friday how the backto work disagreement was settled However it was announced that 1000 telegraphers and 3000 track workers were to return immedi ately 1 man back at work in Mason City Getting some 65 men back on heir jobs in Mason City on the M St L division of the Chi cago and North Western Rail way which includes both lines turns out to be no simple or quick task D L Perrin division super ntendent said Saturday that only one man the station agent went back to work during the day Second man to report he said would be the telegrapher vhose shift started at 7 pm The rest report as their normal shifts fall due All M St L telegraphers and agents report Monday for heir normal shifts Perrin said the first being scheduled at 7 am Movement of trains here will also start Monday he said Switch engines will be working through the day and empty cars can start out from the American Crystal Sugar plant Monday aft ernoon for the loading stations n Minnesota First meat cars will move out of the Jacob E Decker and Sons plant Monday evening and other local industries also are expected to have normal service by that time Royal Wentworth 1017 1st NE acting picket captain for the telegraphers union and ployment claims agent said he Satellite by Canada is successful VANDENBERG AFB Calif Alouette Canadas entry into the world satellite fraternity successfully c o m pleted its first orbits Saturday Canada joined the United States and Russia in the exclu sive satellite club by blasting her first vehicle toward polar orbit Officials said communica ion is good and everything is unctioning according to plan The 300pound vehicle carry ng the longest antenna of any spacecraft ever built was com pletely manufactured a n d equipped by the Canadian Re search Board and makes that country the second free world lation to enter the space age business of orbiting satellites Great Britain has equipped a satellite with instruments but hasnever produced a full vehi cle The launch which scored an other first by employing a Thor Agena B booster combination vas conducted at this United Hates missile facility through a cooperative program with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration Described as a topside soun der the Alouette is designed to investigate upper levels of the ionosphere and space noise that disrupts telecommunications Alouettes long ingly referred to by scientists as the longest setof whiskers in a tissuethin strip of steel rolled to form a tube 150 feet long It will trail another antenna 75 feet long On the inside Clear Lake NewsPage 3 Editorials 4 CubGazette 5 Religious Features 67 Mason City News 89 Society 10 1314 The Surveyor 17 Comics 18 Business News 1920 North Iowa News22 20 West nations helping Cuba WASHINGTON UPI Meri chant ships flying the flags of 20 free world nations made 185 trips ive of Baltimore Aid Drummond in handcuffs and he two Russians were taken to 7BI headquarters in Manhattan larly Saturday Arraigned later efore US Commissioner Earle N Bishopp Drummond was held on bail and taken to the ederal house of detention The Russians were released by he FBI under their diplomatic mmunity after they had been dentified at FBI offices by three other Soviet diplomats The FBI said the two Russians had no been questioned Hoover said Drummond a 16 year Navy veteran had been un der close observation since hi naval service inLondon England in 1958 In 1959 he was reassigns to the United States Drummond FBI chief said is specifically charged with traveling to New York on Aug 13 and Sept 7 After the trips 11 classified documents and a mini ature camera were found secreted n the trunk of Drummonds car Hoover said FBI agents said the camera vas bought by a Soviet UN em ploye in New York last February The FBI said Drummond was closely followed to adiner in uburban Westchester County by a car occupied by Evgeni M Prokhorov 31 a second secretary and Ivan Y Vydrodov 38 a third ccretary of the Soviet mission to tiad received from he master team at Boone that North Western em ployes were to return to their jobs Saturday at the normal time for their shifts igned to the US Navy base at he United Nations Vyrodov entered the diner vhile Prokhorov parked the Rus ians car alongside Drummonds mto Prokhorov then entered Drummonds car the FBI said idding that when Drummond was rrested agents found on the eat of his car between himself md Prokhorov eight classified US Navy documents Johnson had been summoned by 10 same court which found Gov Barnett of Mississippi guilty f civil contempt Friday Barnelt also boycotted the court le was given until 11 am Tues ay to clear himself by obeying court order to admit James H leredith 29yearold Negro to ROBERT KENNEDY Armed Alabama group heads for Mississippi A 200m an contingent of Alabam carrying arms an ammunition was scheduled t leave Saturday to help Gov Ross Barnett keep a Negro pu of the University of Mississippi the University of Mississippi If he fails to do so he will be arrested placed in the custody of Atty Gen Robert F Kennedy and fined a day Meredith made three attempts to enroll in the university On one of those occasions Johnson backed by a line of state police turned Meredith back Barnett barred the Negro the other two times That left up to Kennedy the assignment of taking him into custody The Justice Depart ment has assembled 700 deputy US Marshals at Memphis 80 miles north of the Oxford Cam pus where 500 state troopers and sheriffs deputies last Thurs day massed to halt Meredith The marshals are being aided in Memphis by about 110 US Army combat engineers sent to Tennessee to act as house keepers for the federal police The loophole giving Barnett ntil Tuesday to comply with ie court order made it evident here was not likely to be any more by the federal government ver the weekend although the egistrars office was open It vas expected Monday might ba howdown day Barnett was at his office at he Capitol when the news of lis coriviction arrived He went mto a huddle with lawyers and state legislators and sent out word to newsmen he had no comment Friday night Barnett went to A spokesman for the newly ormed Citizens for Preserva ion of Democracy CPD said he men would leave here ap parently by bus or truck Once in Mississippi the men loped to join former Maj Gen dwin A Walker who has the executive mansion under the protective eyes of the state po lice who stationed themselves around the building1 In conflict over Mississippi situation came in res oromiscd to lead a conservative priate means rusade protesting any use of 4j uL vjUUKitjoa ederal troops to enforce intefrom Mississippi telegraphed the ration at the University of MisWhite House that the highest issippi Walker led the parastate of heat and tension prevails roopers into Little Rock Ark in Mississippi a holocaust is n 1057 but later resigned from in the making It urged the ex tie Army He says he was on ecutive branch to withdraw fed he wrong side in 1957 TRIP PENDING PARIS newspaper cral troops in Memphis and set at rest all reports and rumors that troops are to follow In Washington a source close ranceSoir said Saturday Pres P dent Charles de Gaulle has Presldent Kennedy said the eptcd an invitation from Presi ent Kennedy to visit Washing on probably sometime in Jan ary to Cuba during June July and August of this year the US Maritime Administration said Sat urday The maritime flags of Greece Britain West Germany and Nor way accounted for 61 per cent of the trips CHARGED WITH PASSING SECRETS first Class Cornelius Drummond 33 sits in a police car taking him to a New York courthouse for ar raignment on charges of passing Navy secrets to of ficials of the Russian delegation to the United Na tions Drummond native of Baltimore Md was ar rested by the FBI diner in Larchmont N Y V olutions and public appeals to President Kennedy Seven Norih rn senators signed a resolution hat would express the sentiment f Congress that it supports the xecutive branch in an effort to enroll Meredith by every appro Seven members of Congress will exhaust every al before using troops but troops will be used if Bar nett resists strongly enough A presidential proclamation re quired to dispatch troops to Mis sissippi was reported already in the drafting stage At Atlanta the executive coun cil of the Southern College Ac creditation Board warned Bar nett Friday night that his states schools and colleges are in dan ger of losing their accreditation The board gave Mississippi offi cials until November to take cor rective measures on what the board called political involvement of Ole Miss Argentine ship is damaged by blaze NEW YORK WFJames se verely damaged art Argentine cargopassenger ship berthed at a pier at one point the 549foot vessel threatened to the blaze was put out Saturday by more than 200 firemen During the more than four hour battle to save the 11340 ton Rio Jachal 29 firemen were injured or sickened by dense smoke Seventeen of them were hospitalized none in serious condition along with one crew member SAME   

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