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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 8, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE i The newspaper that makes all North I o wans neighbors HOME EDITION VOL Itt Associated Press and United International Full Lease Wires MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY OCTOBER W2 10c a Paper Consists o Two OM No 2M One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO 1300 pm Sun WOI Ames 610 am Tues WTAD Qulncr pm Thurs WSUI Iowa City 910 pm Sat The trend is toward union in W Europe THE DAYS WHEN was in school I can remem ber hearing idealistic orators predict a United States of Eu rope Few however believed that European nations with all of their historic rivalries and recurring wars could ever be brought together This however is the very thing that is taking place be fore our eyes The European Economic Community Common up of France Italy West Germany Holland Belgium and its impact on Europes develop ment is seen as a herald of even closer unity Certainly the success of the Common Market must be rated as one of the great achieve ments of our time Ithas not only brought prosperity and stability it has created an other powerful bulwark for the Western World against the ad vance of communism This coming week important new developments are expected The foreign ministers of the six countries are meeting in Brussels for further discussions of plans for a political union Another important decision fac ing the meeting is the admit tance of Great Britain to what has come to be known as the Common Market One of the difficulties facing Britain onentering the market has been vigorous opposition from members ofthe British They Cuban tirade in UN over Yank trade embargo UNITED NATIONS NY AP a stormy General Assembly session Cuban President Osvaldo Dorticos Toraddo demanded Mon day that the United Nations con demn as an act of war what he called a US naval blockade The Cuban president was inter rupted repeatedly by antiCastro hecklers His reference to an al leged US naval blockade brought prolonged burst of applause from the Soviet bloc a small group of African delegates and some visitors in the public gal leries He received another round of applause when he said Cuba has friends Cuba has friendly governments It is not alone A halfdozen shouting men and women were hustled from the public galleries by alert UN guards as they hurled insults at Dorticos Security reinforcements were rushed into the galleries and he assembly president threatened o suspend the meeting unless or der was maintained In a bitter attack on the Ken nedy administration the Cuban president accused the United States of acting in obvious con tempt of the United Nations in calling last weeks meeting of Latin American foreign ministers in Washington He said the meeting was aimed Foreign aid bll slashed Congress set to adjourn Photofax EJECTED FROM ASSEMBLY Neida Caruz is hustled from the United Nations General Assembly public galleries by a guard after hecklers interrupted speech by Osvaldo Dorticos president of Cuba Dor ticos was interrupted repeatedly by antiCastro heck lers He demanded the United Nations condemn as an act of war what he termed a United States naval blockade of Cuba Crash near Iowa Fails injures 5 IOWA members of an Albert Lea Minn family are hospitalized here one in critical the result of injuries suffered in a twooar crash north of here Sunday In critical condition is Georgia Furman 79 She is suffering from internal injuries and severe World Series Giants 020 000 4017 9 1 Yanks 000 002 001 3 91 Marichal Bolin Larsen ODell 7 and Halter Ford Coates Bridges 7 and Howard WP Larsen LP Coates HR Haller SF 2nd 1 on Killer SF 7th bases loaded Details on Sports Page PRESIDENT DORTICOS at persuading the other nations to join in the domestic subversion of my country Chief US Delegate Adlai E Stevenson indicated he would abide by UN tradition which for bids delegates to answer remarks made by a chief of state But he arranged a news conference to make his reply later the day He also was expected to deal with the Cuban charges at a later meeting of the assembly Assembly President Muhammed Zafrulla Khan assured Dorticoshe was doing his best to keep order He warned that he would clear the chamber if necessary i Dorticos assailed the joint US congressional statement which he readout that urged action against Cuba Cuban president stressed the phrase including the use of WASHINGTON Sen ate completed congressional ac tion Monday on a biU appropriat ing for foreign aid The total is more than a billion dollars short of what President Kennedy asked Passage of the bill a comprom ise worked out by SenateHouse conferees was by voice vote The House passed it Saturday by a vote of 171 to 108 Sending the bill to theWhite House moved Congress one more step along the way to adjourn ment but other hurdles remain to be cleared before the legislators can wind up the longest session since 1951 There was a question whether Congress could wind up the ses sion this week Sens Richard B Russell DGa and George A Smathers DFla insisted on en forcement of rule requiring three days to elapse before an ap propriations bill has been official arms in preventing the spread of y reporjed the Senate acts on shock Poverty is myth if the mother country JoinY the European Up to now theyve had a v tight little commerce ring all their own Prime Minister Harold Mac millan succeeded dispelling railroads1 finances probed these fears at least for the most part in a recent confer ence with Commonwealth lead ers He convinced spokesmen for some 15 allied nations that exclusion from Europe would mean certain economic and po litical decline for Britain whose exports to the Commonwealth are dwindling while its sales to the Common Market move up ward With economic and political ties to the continent Macmillan is convinced that the nation will not only provide an ex panding market for Common wealth goods but that such de velopment will make Europe DES MOINES A congres sional investigation of the finan cial structure of the railroad in dustry should precede approval of any proposed railroad merg ers H E Gilbert president of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen said Monday Gilbert said railroad workers have asked Congress to investi gate their industrys financial health because the nation is be ing flooded with false claims that railroads are poverty stricken and on the verge of bankruptcy The union leader spoke to the Iowa state meeting of the broth erhood Gilbert said railroad corpora ers employe firings and service curtailments We inrailroad labor believe the poverty claim is a myth and must be exposed if we are to keep the railroad industry grow ing and expanding to support our Gilbert said In no sense whatsoever can we find justification for the in dustry to cry poverty all the facts were known the public would see the railroads as being far better off financial ly than many other industries he added Gilbert asserted that standard financial indicators show the railroad industry is far from bankruptcy He said railroads paid more than in dividends since 1956 and had income not dispersed as divi Mrs Furman was riding in car driven by her grandson Jonathan Greene 17 when it was struck by a car driven by Thomas Van Beek Hollandale Minn The Green car wastravel ing north on Highway 65 and the Van Beek car was travelin south at the time of the acci dent Young Greenes uffered a broken pelvis His sistersGeorgia 11 dnd par ents Mr and MrsRobert Greene also arehospitalized 11 t Georgia suffered a broken shoulder G r e e n e suffered a fractured knee and Mrs r Greene suffered severe lacerations Van Beek who was treated or minor injuries and released las been charged withfailure to yield half the traveled portion of tlie highway Franklin County sheriffs officers and the high way patrol investigated the acci dent Courtto study MarxLenin doctrines m the hemi sphere on u i This is most bizarre he said Thisbarring some reversal Was it Cuba that was guilty llon un a a Egressions in this hemisphere supplemental appro e demanded priation bul President Kennedy admitted Democratic Leader Mike Mans hat the Bay of Pigs invasion was fielcl of Montana said he was rec arried out by troops prepared in onciled to stay here indefinitely he United States troops wind up all business repared in one Central American ountry for invasion of 11 n ing PARTLY CLOUDY V WASHINGTON K The Supreme Court agreed Monday take a further look at the whole question of prayers and Bib reading in public schools It announced it will review A decision by a threejudgefederal court inPhiladelphi that a Pennsylvania Jaw requiring Bible reading in public school violates the federal Constitution A decision by the Maryland Court ofAppeals upholding Baltimore school board regulation calling for a daily opening ex ercise of Bible reading and recitation ofThe Lords Prayer In its last term the high court ruled unconstitutional a prayer which New York State authorities had directed be used in public schools In the Pennsylvania case to be reviewed in this term the special threejudge Philadelphia federal court declared that Pennsylvania has seen fit the wall between church and state by its Biblereading statute ii TV program has a redllife mystery guest NEW YORK AP The CBS television panel show Whats My Line had a different kind of mystery guest Sunday night He didnt tellhis line His ap pearance on the show was a my stery even to the producers He Russell was trying to bring pressure on the House while Sathers eyed the money meas ure as possible leverage while he jockeyed with the President over a pension bill Russell blocked attempts to hustle the measure onto the Sen ate floor last week and threatened to insist on compliance with a more amenable to trade with tions had used the poverty mythdends that amounted to countries outside the Common to neutralize opposition to mergjbillion in 1960 alone Market So it will be with this grand design that Macmillan will seek membership in the Com mon Market at Brussels As stated in the Communique is sued at the Commonwealth Conference the British prime minister will present certain conditions demanded by Can ada New Zealand Australia and other nations for protect ing their markets A little history on the form ing of the Common Market will provide some perspective for understanding the issues tobe taken up at the Brussels meet ing The idea of European unifi cation goes back at least as far as 1638 Henry IV of France called for what he termed a Great Design a General Council of Europe a European Army and continental free trade This plan was never adopted but it was followed by similar proposals including those by Jean Jacques Rous seau the French revolutionary writer philosopher Immanuel Kent and our own William Penri After the American states achieved independence their example was commended to Europe by George Washington Benjamin Franklin and others Victor Hugo predicted 100 years ago there would emerge in the N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES 20th first a United century Twm 2 Please Congressman dies in crash EUREKA search pilot reported sight ing the wreckage of a small plane in which Rep Clem Miller DCalif disappeared on a flight with two other persons The sealch pilot reported the jplane crashed in the mountains and that there was no sign of life Food riots in Russia WASHINGTON Persistent rumors of riots in a town near Rostov in the Soviet Union last June have reached the United States and other Western governments during the last few months U ex perts have been piecing together bits of information whiqh have convinced them that some kind of public disturbance did occur at the town of Novocherkassk after the Soviet government instituted new food prices Lawyer meets Castro HAVANA New York attorney James B Don ovan and Premier Fidel Castro met secretly in what was purportedly the final phase of talks to free 1113 Cuban invasion prisoners t Quadros trails opponent RIO DE JANEIRO Leftist expresident Janio Quadros trailed his moderate opponent Adhemar de Barros in early inconclusive returns from the hotly contested Sao Paulo state gubernatorial elections The returns were the first to trickle in as Brazil began a Fortnights count of an estimated 15million votes cast Sunday North Iowa Partly cloudy through Tuesday little temperature change Lows Monday night in 50s Highs Tuesday 70 to 75 Iowa Slowly clearing Monday nightfog likely east northwest lows in the 50s Partly cloudy mild Tuesday showers likely northwest highs 70 to 75 northeast 75 to 80 southwest Further outlook Partly cloudy scattered show ers turning cooler Wednesday The states attorney general the Pennsylvania superintendent of public instruction and the Abing ton Township School Board in sub urban Philadelphia appealed to the high tribunal to reverse the decision The appeal said that to ban Bible reading in morning op ening exercises in schools would be to ignore the traditions of this nation Edward L Schempp member of a Unitarian church in the Ger mantown section of Philadelphia began the litigation His children attended Abington Township schools He contended the state law was unconstitutional even though the Legislature in 1959 pro vided pupils should be excused from the Biblereading period on written request from their par ents Upholding this contention the special court said Biblereading Two lowans among Viet Nam victims WASHINGTON lowans were vamong the seven persons dlled in the crash of a helicop ter in South Viet Nam Saturday the Navy said Monday The wasnt a guest either He just jumped up out of the audience ran on stage into cam era view and proclaimed Im your second mystery guest CBS sources said he was on camera for only a few seconds before being ushered off stage by producer Gil Fates and announcer Johnny Olsen Police were called but said no complaint was filed against the man whose name was not rule requiring three days to elapse Jbefpre the Senate can act on such V bill He hopes toforce the House to reverse its decision on a appropriation for the Department of Agriculture The House last week refused to accept about dead included Navy Lt Gerald C learned He was released Griffin of Dubuque Iowa Navy Hospital CorpsrBan Gerald 0 Norton of Moulton Iowa GAS VICTIMS DALLAS UPI Poisonous ung searing ammonia gas fumes that blanketed a wide area when an ice plant com pressor exploded Sunday and drove dozens of families from their homes At least 22 persons were treated SAME million worth of research projects acked onto the bill by the Senate including a peanut marketing research station in Russells home Georgia A bill permitting selfemployed persons to set up tax exempt pensions within limitsis now be fore Kennedy There has been speculation he might veto it It would become law at midnight Wednesday if he does not act on it before then and both houses are still in session On the inside Editorials 4 North Iowa News 8 Clear Lake News 9 Society 111213 News Quiz T13 Sports 1516 Latest Markets18 Mason City News 1819 Comics20 FiveDay Iowa Temperatures will average near normal in Iowa for the fiveday period Tuesday through Saturday Normal highs range from the lower 60s northeast to the up per 60s southwest Normal lows range from 40 along the northern border to the upper 40s in the south Tempera lures will be above normal and mild at the beginning of the period but will be turning cooler Wednesday and contin ued below normal thereafter Showers Tuesday night Or Wednesday and again Friday or Saturday will average one half inch in northern Iowa and about one inch in south ern Iowa t Minnesota Mostly cloudy light rain Highs Tuesday in 60s GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Monday Maximum 67 Minimum 53 At 8 am 55 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Sunday Maximum 60 Minimum 49 Precipitation 51 constituted an obligatory religious observance barred by the US Constitution Quinn Burns win in Hawaiis election HONOLULU can Gov William F Quinn will face a stiff fight with Democrat John Burns next month in their bid for the Hawaii gubernatorial post according to complete re turns from the nations primary election Quinn beat off the chal lenge of once running mate Lt Gov James Kealoa in Satur days primary with 44095 votes to 33277 for Kealoha At the same time Burns the former territorial delegate to Congress swamped Hyman Greenstein 71648 to 7871 SUPPORTS NIXON LOS ANGELES WVFormer President Dwight D Eisenhower hit the campaign trail in Califor nia Monday for his old running mate and vice president Richard M Nixon Republicans hope Eis enhowers v o t ewinning magic will help Nixon in his race for the California governorship against incumbent Edmund G Brown OUSTED OFFICIAL LEAVES MOS AP photoiaT COW Commander Raymond Smith the United States Smith was ordered assistant US Naval attache accused of out of Russia The US State Depart espionage in Russia and his Ellen are shown at Moscow airport prior to leaving with their three children for Copenhagen on first leg of journey to ment claimed the Russians were retali ating for the expulsion of members of the SovietUN delegation from the US fe   

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