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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 22, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             K Northjtowas Daily Newspapei Edited for Home l I CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 102 The newspaper that mokes oil N orth I o wa n s n eig hbo rs CITY IOWA MONDAY OCTOBER ZJ HOME EDITION lOo a copyJThts Paper Consists of Two SectionsSection One No ill 9 ere t y n Policy change on Cuba or Berlin expected momentarily i One M crns Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO 1300 WOI Ames 640 pm Sun Keep Latin America in our camp K MERICAN DIPL 0 M A C Y irom the beginnings of our republic has had no more dif ficult or perplexing problem than maintaining the friendship and good will of our neighbors south of the Rio Grande And by this I mean all of the nations in what we call Latin America In the early days our primary concern was their exploitation by the European nations claim ing them by right of discovery Combined with this altruism it should be admitted was some slight consideration of our own security It was out of this situa tion that our Monroe Doctrine was conceived and promulgated That document announced to the world in rather strident tone that br6pkno miliUry iriterf erehce by f 6reigng6v erri the Western Hemisphere Im plicit in this doctrine was a pledge that we have no interest in airs pf other hemispheres meaning Europe of course t That placed Uncle Sam n a Big Brother role As Latin American nations began to feel their oats and this has been particularly true of Argentina they to resent1 the guard ianship pf hemispheric peace written into the Monroe Doc trine This resentment gave rise to such expressions as Colossus of the North and Yanquis not Photofax TRAFFIC MacDonald 31 mother of four shows how she acts as a roadside vamp to slow down fast drivers outside of village of Graveley England Wearing a halter top and jeans Mrs Mac Donald gives the hitchhiking thumb sign to every passing truck When drivers pull up to offer her a lift she says Thank you for stoppingI do hope you will observe the speed limit I1 saw drivers whistling at girls in the village and that gave mean idea she said later Yanquis go or disliked the wanted home But liked Monroe Doctrine was in effect until World War I It was then that we ourselves departed from one of the premises inherent in the document We began mixing in Europes affairs in a big way Our dispatch of marines to pro tect our interests during fre queht banana wars in Cen tral America and elsewhere opened Uncle Sam to a lot of criticism too A new approach to our Latin American relationships seemed to be in order Under Harding and Coolidge the term partner ship began to be heard sug gesting that our paternalism toward Latin America be tempered with a little mutual consultation Then came a new phrase and a new concept good neighbors and good neighborship as the core of pur Latin American policy The term had its first use dur ing the Hoover Administration but it did not come into full flower until Franklin D Roose velt started givinghis attention to the land to our south It looked very much as if at long last we had found the long sought formula for bringing peace and understanding to our Western Hemisphere But that happy eventuality wasnt to be Fascism began to show itself in certain of the South American nations with a heavy Italian stock notably Argentina A little later Hitler ism showed up in a menacing form notably in Brazil and Chile Then came the distant drums of war and an ominous threat to the free world Face4 by that menace the United States began employing such tactics as seemed to be needed to beat Hitler and Mus solini in their bid for Latin Americas blessing Our pro gram pretty much took the form of ladling out money where it would do the most good A Turn 2 Money scattered along ditch bandits nabbed ALTOONA man was killed and two others were in jured when their crashed in a highspeed chase after the Al toona State Bank was broken into and burglarized Officers said the dead man was Paul W Smith 37 of Westmont 111 Hospitalized in Des Moines in fair condition were Harry Smith 42 of South Chicago 111 and Tony Walters 32 Aurora 111 Altoona Police Chief Don Le Mars said someone forced open a door of the bank Sunday night or Monday morning then hammered open the night deposit safe The burglary was discovered after officers found money and bank papers at the scene of the wreck A car with Illinois tags and car rying three men sped away when the Highway Patrol tried to stop it for a routine check near Al toona The car went off the road at a curve near Mitchellville Officers said money and papers were strewn along the roadside Highway 90 between Mitchellville and Altoona was closed while offi cers picked up the money and pa pers Newsmen at the scene said more than hadtwen picked up within two hours Highway Patrolman Calvin White of Des Moines said the car vyent off the road at 100 or 110 miles an hour as he pursued it He said the car also contained drills capable of making holes four or five inches in diameter in hardened metal N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Catholic liturgy studied VATICAk CITY The Ecumenical Council settled down to work with a Latinlanguage debate on possible reforms inthe church liturgy including the use of modem languages instead of Latin in cer tain parts of the Mass A closed meeting of the 2537 Roman Catholic prelates also heard the results of the election of members of vital commis sions Air of mystery in Britain LONDON British government quarters ap peared mystified and nheasy about the air of crisis reported in Washington Authoritative diplomatic sources said Britain has received no information on Washington developments UN tackles Red China issue UNITED NATIONS While Communist China and India battle on their border the U N General Assembly opened debate on the annual attempt to seat the Chinese Reds in the United Na tions Delegates predict the Communists would lose Hold ike asks WASHINGTON Former President Dwight D Eisenhower says political snipers should hold their fire while President Kennedy is trying to deal with an international crisis Chinese utilize tanks Border of India aflame NEW DELHI India IndianChinese border conflic raged into a third day of heavy fighting Monday with Red China reporting a strong attack by Indi an forces in the eastern sector o he rugged Himalayan frontier A New China News Agency broadcast said Indian troops in Hsialinkung on Indias Northeast Frontier launched a violent at tack and the Chinese were com pelled to hit back in selfde fense There was no immediate con irmation here of an Indian at ack but the Indian Army in re treat in the first two days of fighting reported continuing Chi nese pressure on at least three points of the 1000mile snow covered border When the fighting first erupted Saturday the Chinese accusec the Indians of launching violen attacks against which they sai they had to take counter measures One new Chinese objective ap peared toJ be Chushul airfield only air supply base for Indian troops facing the Chinese in the LadakK theater ofoperations 90f miles west of the Northeast Fron tier area which is near the air field Indians said fighting also continued in the Chipchap River valley of the Ladakh front Each side continued to accuse the other of aggression Chinese Communist propaganda organs hammered on charges linking the strife While intruding Indian troops are launching massive general at tacks ori Chinese frontier guards the Peiping paper Ta Kung Pao said US imperialism has come out in the open to support and encourage the Indian reaction aries The US State Department said in a statement Sunday our sym pathy iswith India as it seeks o meet this unprincipled chal lenge to its national integrity The Chinese claimed Monday to have captured seven Indian strongpoints in the eastern sector and several points in the Ladakh area to the west Thieves fire at cops with cases of liquor Le CENTER Minn ricials at Le Center after cleari ng the whisky smell from one of their squad cars continued their search Monday for liquor thieves The thieves escaped arrest dur ng a bulletmarked auto chase When officers attempted to stop a suspiciouslooking car it sped out of town Chief Clell Connor ired a shotgun blast in the air Police gave chase and exchanged hots with the fleeing car Cases of whisky were shoved outthe back window of the car and the police car had to dodge he cases The thieves got away as one case scored a direct hit Later it was found t ha t 14 cases of been taken from the municipal liquor store at Cleveland Minn SAME DATEmiMI Iftwa Safety Department FlM MCMI fek rait U GEOGRAPHY IN CUBAN and J AlZCVtlllC forces of the United States are concen trated in t h e FloridaCaribbean area Naval maneuvers which began on Oct 15 are concentrated off the small is land of Vieques just east of Puerto type were recently shiftedto Key West Another concentration of U S power is at the Navy base at Guantan amo Cuba There was a tight coyer of secrecy in Washington over reports and Rico TPT cTmnA speculations that the U S was about to Jtico Jet fighters of make a major move in the Cuban crisis PARTLY CLOUDY North Iowa Clear to partly cloudy Monday night much colder frost or light freeze west and north lows 28 lo 32 west and north to middle 30s southeast Highs Tuesday in 50s Further ally fair continued cool Wed nesday bwa much cooler Monday night frbstorfreez ing temperatures 32 to 35 Generally fair continued cool Tuesday high in upper 50s Minnesota Clearing colder Highs Tuesday near 50 LWeather Data upto8am Monday Maximum Minimum 45 Sunrise Sunset 5J20 YEAR AGO Maximum 63 Minimum 31 w IT x Top party leaders the dark CHICAGO Ever ett Dirksen Republican minor ity leader was among tho con gressional leaders summoned to Washington Monday Dirksen declined to speculate on the Kennedy summons It could be Cuba it might be Berlin maybe India has asked forhelp he said Dirksen said All I know is at its a highly urgent matter J r xt GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Sunday Maximum 59 Minimum 32 ELLA WEAKENS HALIFAX NS no longer a hurricane swept northeastward off the coast Mon day with squalls up to 70 miles an hour Leadership on both sides of the aisle hasbeen summoned back Thats all I can say Dirksen met the airport vith Sen Alexander Wiley of Wisconsin ranking Republican on the Senate Foreign Affairs committee who had flown in from Milwaukee Wileysaid I wouldnt care to speculate its undoubt edly i foreign problem rather than domestic Dirksen and Wiley were wait ing for Rep Leslie Arends of Illinois House minority whip before flying to Indiana to pick up Rep Charles Halleck and to t r Minneapolis to take aboard Sen Hubert Humphrey The same twinjet AirvForce plane flew to Cedar Rapids Iowa where Sen Bourke Hick enlooper was waiting The air craft then left fo Washington Halleck and Humphrey said Cuba was the best bet big buildup of troops in the south Of course they never tell us Republicans anything they never have under Presi dent in all likeli hood this has something to do with Humphrey added however that Ive been a cerned over this conference with Soviet Foreign Minister An drei Gromyko last week He 1 tr i romyko the United States was fanning a major move in Ber in or Gromyko may have said Sen Kenneth Keating goes to people Ndtion a Waits TV address WASHINGTON Kennedy asked Monday for tirne on television to address the nation on a subject of the highest na idhal urgency at 5 pm The White House announced that Kennedy also had scheduled meet ngs of the National j Security Council the Cabinet and cbrigres ional leaders of both parties in he afternoon While mostspeculation cen ered on Cuba there was some ndication that the crisis before hePresident might not be lim ted to Castros Sovietbacked military buildup but might in volve a major problem of over all foreign policy The Defense Department an nounced it would hold a briefing for reporters about 30 minutes after Kennedy finishes speaking fuel to speculation that some military decision was in volved Before the White House an nouncement was issuedIheDe fense Department cancelled a huge Navy Marine maneuver scheduled to start Tuesday off Puerto Rico White House press secretary Pi erre Salinger declined to elabor TT n I vnv ummgcj uBwiueu to eiaoor Halleck sad we Jearned a ate on his phrase a subject of the couple of days ago aboutthis highest national urgency o the nation Democratic He said the television and radio networks hadbeen asked lo set aside a half hour for the address and Republican eaders in Congress were asked to to the White House at 3 Pm Vice President Lyndon B John on already was in Washington rifteen senators and representa iyes including chairmen and top minority members of the Armed irei liromyko last week He n or me Armed aid Kennedy may have told and Foreign Relations Sromyko the United States was Committees of Congress were the Russians have something up Saiinfier said A3r Force planes their sleeve were sent to bring the senators flnrl t 1VCLC7 isked to attend the conference vith Kennedy Salinger said Air Force planes pncerh his recent report th a ix intermediate range missile bases were under construction n Cuba Keating said that the ases would be operationa vithin six months and that their pmissiles would have a 2000 to 2500 mile range Kennedy up to now has main tained the Soviet buildup in Cuba was defensive but he has said the US hands posi lion could change if the buildup took on military offensive capa bilities SALINGER BRIEFS White House Press Secretary Pierre Salinger tells reporters at the White House that President Kennedy has Photofax asked for time on television to address the nation on national urgency cloaked in mystery a subject of the highest The action was and representatives to Washington Kennedy conferred in private Monday morning with key admin istration officials including Secre tary of State Dean Rusk and Sec retary of Defense Robert S Mc Namara t The high level sessions held while evidence mounted that some major international develop ment was imminent Among those at the White House Monday morning were Llewellyn Thompson former ambassador to Russia and now a State Depart ment adviser on the Soviet Union and Martin Hillenbrand director of the State Departments Ger man Affairs Division For 36 hours Washington has been alive with conjecture that a new crisis was brewing in Cuba In answer to questions however Salinger said he did not believe that Edward Martin assistant secretary of state for interAmeri can affairs participated in the White House talks Monday A US order cracking down on ships carrying goods to Cuba is expected early this week Other activity led to speculation that Kennedy was readying a more dramatic move against the Com munist regime of Fidel Castro Among weekend developments lightening this speculation were military movements secrecy ihrouded SaturdaySunday work by Pentagon leaders and nedys abrupt cancellation of a political tour on grounds he had a cold On the inside Editorials page 4 North Iowa News 3 Clear Lake News 9 Society News 1 01 1 12 Sports 1314 Latest Markets 10 Mason City News 1417 Comics   

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