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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 4, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited for ON CITY GLOBE The newspaper that makes all North I o wans HOME EDITION VOL 102 Associated Press and United Press International Full Lease Wires MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY OCTOBER 4 1M2 neighbors 10o a Paper Consists Two No 201 New clampdown on Cuba shipping Miss game site switched OXFORD Miss The University of Mississippi Thursi day shifted its Saturday football game with the University of Russ cops are worst in world i Cant handle the traffic By GEORGE SYVERTSON MOSCOW AP Soviet cops this year are going to have a spe cial national holiday in their hon or The Day of the Soviet Mil itia will be celebrated Nov 10 the militias 45th anniversary This appears to be another step in the Soviet regimes stubborn effort to brighten the public image of its men in blue Ever since the antiStalinist re action set in authorities have trying to reeducate the gu public order as well as the gen erally hostile public Judging from daytoday rela tions the cam paign still has a long way to go Most Western residents regard Soviet policemen as probably the most ineffectual traffic cops in the world Crowds of pedestrians constant ly swarm across streets against the light ignoring angry shouts from the cop on the corner Cars brazenly jump traffic lights in full view of the police man on duty or whiz past his mo torcycle on the road well above the speed limit Sassing of policemen is almost a national past time One Western resident was stopped because his car was dir is a strict rule against dirty cars The Westerner having listened patiently to a lecture on his duty to keep his car clean calmly walked around the policeman carefully looking him up and down Houston from the riottroubled campus here to Jackson about 200 miles to the south The status of the game sched uled here as the Ole Miss home coming had been in doubt since the rioting on the campus last Sunday following the arrival of Negro James H Meredith to en roll as a student The campus and the city have been under the guard of federal troops to preserve order Federal officials had ex pressed concern at the prospect of a football crowd probably 20000 to 30000 ing into the tense situation Hemingway Stadium where Ole Miss was scheduled to play lies 600 yards from the dormitory of Meredith The campus was quiet during Merediths fourth day of classes and there were no incidents The clergy of Oxford all but one denomination asked the people for a time of repent ance Sunday A joint statement asked for acceptance of the Photofax began an in ternational search for a wealthy young Boston socialite whose slain boyfriend was found nude in a padlocked room of her Bea con Hill town house Authorities said Suzanne Clift 21 a blonde postdebutante had a passport and visas for several countries actions of the court and whole tiearted compliance with these as individuals and as a state The military garrison which at one time totaled 12000 re duced its strength by nearly 4000 Wednesday The rede ployed troops were not beyond recallable distance A group of Ole Miss professors said they had evidence that ef forts to placethe blame for last weekends rioting on federal marshals was unfair and almost completely false Bulletin WASHINGTON 10 Con gress sent to President Ken nedy Thursday the trade ex pansion bill carrying broad authority for him to work out economic arrangements with the European Common Mar ket North Iowa Decreasing cloudi ness Thursday night lows in low 50s Partly cloudy warm er Friday highs in low 70s Iowa Occasional rain or drizzle extreme northeast Thursday night warmer west lows in 50s Partly cloudy Friday warmer east mostly clear west highs in 70s Furthe outlook Partly cloudy rnild Saturday Minnesota Mostly fair warmer Highs Friday in 70s GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 anu Thursday Demand to allies by US Firm stand on threat WASHINGTON Kennedy has decided to clamp down where possible on shipping engaged in trade between Cuba and Soviet bloc countries An an nouncement is expected within a day or so The move which has been un der study for some time would be the first action by the United States following Wednesday nights unanimous interAmerican foreign ministers condemnation of the Sovietsupported Fidel Cas tro regime in Cuba Secretary Jf State Dean Rusk and 19 LatinAmerican foreign ministers agreed unanimously hat the SinoSoviet intervention n Cuba constitutes an attempt IS THAT YOU MR PRESIDENT happy astronaut Cmdr Walter M Schirra takes one of three telephone calls a few minutes after he emerged 3 for Iowa justice Erbe to make final choice DES MOINES AP Three men in the Iowa legalprofession have been recommended for ap pointment to the state Supreme Court to succeed Justice Ralph A Oliver who will retire Monday Names of the three were pre sented by a judiciary advisory committee late Wednesday to Gov Norman Erbe who will se lect one to fill the vacancy The three are District Judge Harvey Uhlen hopp 47 of Hampton and former state Sen William C Stuart 42 of Chariton both Republicans and Jonathan B Richards 50 a Red Oak attorney and Democrat Erbe has said he will not the appointment this week The governor is a Republican and if he adheres to party lines the choice would be between Uhlen hopp and Stuart It will be Erbes second ap pointment to the Supreme Court In filling the vacancy the gov ernor followed the same proce dure he initiated earlier when Justice William L Bliss retired I was to name an llmem pnotofax advisory committee to make Pacific Schirra was congratulated by recommendations Erbe said num Presiclent Kennedy and Vice President erous attorneys and District Court Johnson for his sixorbit flight and Judges applied for the post vacat o convert the island into an armed base for Communist pene tration of trie Americas They called on all countries to consider urgent measures to deny goods and shipping to Cuba and to builc up new security measures against the danger of Communist aggres sion Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 56 50 52 36 69 34 AID FROM RUSSIA JAKARTA Indonesia The Soviet Union Thursday de livered a 19200 ton heavy cruiser and two frigates to the growing Indonesian navy from his Sigma 7 spacecraft on the then he talked to his wife in Houston by Justice Oliver76 deck of the carrier Kearsarge in mid Tex ringing in N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES and finally announced Your boots are dirty The embarrassed policeman sheepishly waved the driver on his way As in most Communist countries the number of men on Soviet po lice forces is a state secret Even a casual survey indicates this is one of the most intensively po liced states in the world For the most part the militia Communists dont like the word police performs ordinary police dutiesand does not normally take part in the work of the security organs of secret police There are five types of militia Administrative Res ponsible for maintaining public order in ternal passport control traffic sanitary inspections Criminal Charged with com batting crime surveillance of so c i a 11 y harmful elements and fighting prostitution and juvenile delinquency Industrial Serving as guards for industrial establishments ex cept topsecret sites Departmental Various units guarding railroads waterways airlines prisons and the Moscow subway Militia reserve Including foot mounted and motorized units organized along semimilitary lines usually found only in ma jor cities Communists used to talk about police forces as a feature of cap italism that would wither away in a Communist society The 45yearold Soviet militia appears to be a going concern that shows no signs of dying out Kennedy has head cold WASHINGTON President Kennedy is suffer ing from a head cold and canceled his appointments for the day The White House said the Presidents condition was described technically as a minor upper respiratory infection More Soviet housing delays MOSCOW The official Soviet News Agency Tass said it will be six or seven more years before every Soviet family can have its own apartment Most Soviet families still live in single rooms sharing kitchens and baths with other families Wants TH law utilized WASHINGTON President Kennedy ordered the Justice Department to seek a federal court in junction under the TaftHartley law to halt a strike of longshoremen on the Atlantic and Gulf coasts Pope makes pilgrimage LORETO John XXIII made an his toric pilgrimage by train to the shrine of Loreto where he prayed for the success of next weeks ecu menical council then left to journey to Assist for a similar pilgrimage to the shrine of St Francis of Assisi The 80yearold pope was cheered by tens of thousands of persons and was greeted by Italian President Antonio Segni Daisy swings toward Florida MIAMI Fla Daisyj a flighty mass of swirling winds that nearly blew itself out over the weekend swelled to hurricane force and aimed toward the Florida peninsula Daisys center was located approx imately 775 miles east of Miami Unemployment rate unchanged WASHINGTON Employment set a Septem ber record last month but the unemployment rate failed to decline from the relatively high level of 58 per cent the Labor Department reported told the LatinAmerican rninistersand the State Depart ment sent word to North Atlantic Treaty Organization the United States is planning to take immediately the following steps to prohibit or discourage shipping to Cuba 1 Close United States ports to all shipping of countries which have any vessels whatever en gaged in carrying arms to Cuba So far as USofficials know this would apply only to the Soviet Un ion since only its vessels are now carrying arms to Castro Soviet ships rarely if ever call at US ports 2 Deny any US government cargo to foreign flag ships of any owner whose vessels are used in trade between Cuba and the Sino Soviet bloc There was a recent case of a Yugoslav ship which carried Soviet grain to Cuba then went on to Houston to load US government surplusfood for de livery to Egypt under the foreign aid program Controversy blocked that shipment but there have been The governor picked a Republl Icanto succeed Justice Bliss He 1 appointed Polk County District I Judge C EdwinMoore 58 of Des IMoines The committee recornmenda Itions for Olivers post included relatively young men Judge Uhlenhopp has seen jmany years of public Be fore his election to the District Court bench he was county attor ABOARD USS KEARSARGE IN PACIFIC Astronaut Walter M Schirra Jr woke up early ears ringing with praise for his spectacularly precise sixorbit world flight Wed nesday Schirras scorched capsule para chuted into the Pacific at am Midway pm full view of hundreds of crewmen packed across the bow of this flattops flight deck So precise was the navigation by both Schirra and the recovery force that the Sigma 7 spacecraft came down in a calm sea only a few thousand yards ahead of the Kearsarge Unharmed and in his own words happy as a lark Schirra de cided to remain in his spacecraft until it was hoistftd aboard almost an hour after splashing into the Pacific 285 miles northeast of Midway Island After a medical exam ination two doctors reported Schirra apparently suffered no ill effects A space agency physician Dr Richard Pollard of Houston Tex 17orbit trip upcoming in US space program said the astronaut experienced no difficulty at bbdfM functions were the same as if unf der the conditions of gravity Poilard said Schirra ate very containers of fruit and some liquids When youre having that much un you just dont get hungry Pollard quoted Schirra who lost several poundson the mission A Navy doctor Lt Cmdr Max Traummer of Springfield Pa told a news conference Schirra ost more than that playing a game of football Pollard said Schirra ate a hearty dinner before going to bed two minute steaks grapefruit salad mixed vegetables ice tea and a strawberry sundae While Schirra slept the Kear sarge steamed toward Midway CAPE CANAVERAL Fla AP others of that kind and they are Buttressed by WaUer M Schirra ow to be prohibited Jr g space success lhe United 3 Flatly bar all United States tates expects To send at least one maybe more oneday space missions up arly next year To send two men into orbit in wned ships from carrying goods o Cuba Officials said they do not now of any such ships but that S policy should be clear on this since pressures are being ut on foreignowned shipping 4 Close United States ports to ny vessel which on a continuous oyage is employed in trade be ween Communist bloc countries nd Cuba This restriction is par llel tothe one denying US gov rnment cargo to any vessel in he Cuban trade but the aim here s to prevent such a vessel from licking up privately owned cargo The overall purpose of the anctions is to make it much more expensive and difficult for the So iets to supply Castro with either arms or nonmilitary goods On the inside Editorials Page 4 Clear Lake News North Iowa News I Society NewsMO11 Sports 1314 Latest Markets U Mason City News U17 Comics 18 FOUR FOUND DEAD LOS ANGELES blarin radio a complaint a beatin and fusilade of gunfire left fou dead Thursday in a West Lo Angeles hotel Police at firs theorized that a berserk gun man caused the carnage an fled Later they theorized tha one of the four victims fire the shots maneuverable spacecraft by ate next year To beat the Soviet Union to the moon in this decade by these areful sometimes plodding steps nto space W a 1 te r C Williams Project VI e r c u r y operations director tepped out of the Mercury control About dawn the Sigma 7 space craft was placed on a tug to be taken to the island for transfer center Jess than an hour after Schirra was plucked from the Pa cific Ocean landing area after his sixorbit ninehour space trip He told newsmen that the United States expects to send a Project Mercury spacecraft on a 24hour 17orbit flight early jn 1963 One of these special 24hour spacecraft is now being tested in the dustfree white room in Han gar S where Schirra spont the night before his spaceadventure Williams said that three of these spacecraft are being prepared as are three AUas boosters HARVEY UHLENHOPP neyand state representative from Franklin County Stuart served three terms in the to a carog plane for delivery to Iowa Senate but resigned from Cape Canaveral The Kearsarge will head back to Pearl Harbor where it is due Saturday The flight and the manner in which it was conducted made a special impact on Europe where millions on both sides of the Iron Curtain tuned in films on television shortly after the launch in a program relayed by the Telstar communications sat ellite Moscow radio called Schirra a courageous son of the Amer ican people hat body in January He was a leader in urging the judicial re form amendment to the Constitu tion and legislative reapportion ment Richards is the son of the late Paul Richards who served on the state Supreme Court The advisory committee named by the governor was headed by Chief Justice Theodore G Gar field of the Supreme Court and these other members Atty Gen Evan Hultman Ma son Ladd of State University of Iowa and Martin Tollefson of Drake both law deans JohnBo eye Red Oak president of the Iowa County Attorneys Associa tion William P Butler Mason City president of the Iowa Dis trict Judges Association Lloyd Karr Webster City president of the Iowa Bar Association LeRoy Voights Des Moines president of the Iowa Junior Bar Association W Earl Hall editor of the Mason City GlobeGazette Jack Lewis Des Moines secre tarytreasurer of the Iowa Feder ation of Labor and Stafe Rep Frances Hakes RLaurens NAVY CREW REACHES The crew of a Navy whaleboat from the AP Phototax capsule until it reached the deck be cause I have a dry bird and I want to carrier Kearsarge attaches lines to askeep it that way The fjotation collar tronaut Walter Schirras Sigma 7 capwas placed around the spacecraft ear sule preparatory to hauling it to the lier by a team of frogmen dropped from carriers deck Schirra stayed in the a helicopter 432 SAME Department Fljurttl BUek to u   

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