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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 28, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Doily JNewspaper Edited for the Horn The ClirGLOBEGAZETTE VOL in newspaper that mokes all North lowons neighbors Uw Wlm NOVEMBER j mj HOME EDITION UOc Ptper of Four No 2St Lockheed strike to spawn action Castro is O J fallen idol of Latins Nationalists are dismayed By WARREN ROGERS JR New York Herald Tribune News Service WASHINGTON Fidel Castro is the fallen idol of South Amer ica Throughout the continent his following was on the move Bui now his feet of clay are show ing and there is no longer a single spiritual leader to guide those who hold out the promise of a better life to the im poverished oppressed masses The Fidelistas are confused and on the defensive The hopes they pinned on their hero have toppled with them Instead of a titan first slaying the dragon Batista and then enfeebling the Colossus of the North he is ex posed as a mirage manipulated at will by the Kremlin This is heartbreaking for Latin American nationalists There is so much to do land and tax reform health education wel fare means of production re distribution of wealth and the overcoming of other basic im pediments to economic and so cial development The way is hard for a reformer and the cry to rally behind Fidel was being answered in greater popular support the essential first step But all that is gone now The example of Fidel shines no more for the nationalistic reformers Their disillusionment is reflectec in their own statements in newspaper editorials and in the boldness of governments which rote within the organization o American States on the side of the US without fear of being Castro cast a long shadow before he capitulated a the behest of Russia to the US demand to rid Cuba of Soviel offensive weapons Now in the eyes of Latin America he is just like everybody else if not in worse shape than average He is in deep economic difficulty cut off from his neighbors bj trade restrictions and forced to depend almost entirely on hi fickle friends the Russians whose sphere of influence as has been demonstrated lie thousands of miles away Before Oct 22 when President Kennedy forced a showdown there was little to offset the gen eral image of Fidel Castro as a demigod the Russians as self effacing friends of the friendless and the US as a bumbling anachronism In defiance of the Monroe Doctrine the Commu nists were arming Cuba The of Pigs invasion had failed miserably A Communist wall had arisen across Berlin with no strong US reaction A troika government had been imposed in Laos after the US was forced to withdraw its obje tions The impact of Oct 22 on Latin America was immediate and widespread Nowhere did the blow fall harder than in two of the biggest countries Brazil and Venezuela The Brazilians who had been in the vanguard of the Castro supporters checked signals and began a disengage ment In Venezuela President Romulo Betancourt took heart in his backtothewall struggle against Communist terrorists guerrillas But the successful US stare down of Russia over Cuba will have only an ephemeral effect While it has tarnished the of Moscow and Ha vana it has not ended the for a way out of the continents socioc c o n o m i c agonies It may as a matter of fact enhance the symbolism of Red China as an example for the underdeveloped nations feel a greater kinship to China than to Russia Photofax ON form at am in front of Lockheed Aircraft Corp Burbank Calif one of the giants ofthe aerospace industry and a key defense contractoras the International Association of Ma chinists started its strike against the corporation The picketing was orderly Extraordinary status for Southern colleges DALLAS Miss and six other Mississippi colleges were put on extraordinary sta tus Wednesday by the inte grated Southern Association of Schools and Colleges for permit ting Gov Ross Barnett to inter fere with the enrollment of Negro James Meredith in Sep tember The action was taken at a meeting of the college delegate assembly The assembly speaks for the entire association on matters affecting 388 southern college members m 11 states The college delegate assembly also put Mississippis state in stitutions of higher learning un der continued and careful ob servation At the same time the assem bly warned that an encroach ment by pressure groups or in vestigating committees or puni tive legislative action upon the institutions could lead to com plete loss of accreditation Dr Henry King Stanford president of the University of Miami is president of the ex ecutive committee He refused to explain what extraordinary status means N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES More witnesses against Hofta NASHVILLE Tenn The government called more witnesses in its bid to link James R Hoffa with a truck leasing firm it contends was formed to dis guise a payoff to him for labor peace The govern ment nearing the end of its lengthy case against the Teamsters Union president offered testimony and documents designed to show that profits from the truck company were used to pay income taxes and buy stocks for Hoffa Angry over plane incident VIENTIANE Laos An angry Premier Prince bouvanna Phouma demanded that Communist leaders explain why they shot down an unarmed supply plane and killed two of its three American occupants Souvanna Phouma who had personally ordered the private American plane to fly into Communistdom inated territory to supply his neutralist troops acted swiftly as a possible revival of civil war threatened Laos Commotes death sentences President Charles de Gaulle commuted to life imprisonment the death sentences of Edrnond Jouhaud former general who helped lead the Secret Army Organization and terrorist Andre the Monocle Canal De Gaulles action brought the pen alty of Jouhaud in line with that of the top OAS leader former Gen Raoul Salan sentenced to life imprisonment May 23 To follow Barnetts footsteps JACKSON Miss Alabama Govelect George Wallace says he plans to follow in the footsteps of Mississippi Gov Ross Barnett to try to thwart arty attempts to integrate Alabama schools US likely to invoke TH law Vital defense work delayed FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON The govern ment is considering invoking the TaftHartley Act to bring a halt to the Lockheed Aircraft Corp strike the Defense De partment said Wednesday President Kennedy would have to invoke the act which requires a 80day cooling off period Members of the International Association of Machinists IAM struck Lockheed facilities in Florida California and Hawaii early Wednesday Lockheed is one of the nations largest defense contractors producing Polaris missiles Agena spacecraft air trans ports and numerous other items The Pentagon spokeman said that the department was study ing the impact the strike could have surveying alternate means of production and re quiring that any new contracts given Lockheed must have special scrutiny and specific ap proval of Army Navy and Air Force secretaries He said Lockheed had an enormous number of defense contracts but he was unable to name anyproduct that was under conside ration to be shifted to any other producer The department announcec Nov 17 that it was considering whether alternate production sources could be used in event of a work stoppage at Lockheed Meanwhile the union machin ists were picketing Lockheeds production plants and missile bases in a widespread strike af fecting some 55000 employes from Cape Canaveral to Hawaii Negotiators said they still were hopelessly deadlocked on the crucial union shop issue which had stalled mediation at tempts Only two of Lockheeds nine di visions are involved in the strike 3ut these two employ about two thirds of the companys work force The struck facilities include LockheedCalifornia Co plants at Burbank and Van Nuys and Lock iced Missiles Space Co instal lations at Sunnyvale Van Nuys and at the Vandenberg Air Force Base Calif missile test center Also struck are Lockheed facili ties at the Cape Canaveral mis sile test center in Florida and at Honolulu Hawaii The company says work on the Polaris missile and other defense items will be slowed but not stopped Negotiations broke down about an hour before the strike began The chief unresolved issue was whether employes would be per mitted to vote on setting up a union which a eligi ble workers would be required to join the union to keep their jobs The company said it was unai erably opposed to compulsory un ionism Trie union noting a union shop election had been recom mended by a special presidential xard would not accept a con tract without such an ejection MUST PAY PENALTY OMAHA Neb UPI Mu nicipal Court Judge Jay P Gills Tuesday dismissed vagrancy charges against two couples found living in an apartment on one condition They have to get married within 10 days APELDOORN The Nether lands Queen Wil tielmina of the Netherlands the last of E u r o p es Victorian queens died in her sleep at her Het Loo palace Wednesday She was 82 Queen for 50 years she reigned through the zenith of the Dutch empire and exile during the Nazi occupation of her homeland She abdicated in 1948 as Netherlands rule in the East Indies neared its Mikoyan meeting studied JFK holds trump card FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON President Kennedys meeting Thursday with Soviet Deputy Premier An astas Mikoyan may provide some clue as to the possibility of lowering EastWest tensions now that the perilous phase of the Cuban crisis has passed Officials said the President would be willing to discuss So vietAmerican relations and oth er critical issues in general terms but had no intention of doing any negotiating with Premier Khrushchevs No 1 roubleshooter Mikcyan arrived in New York Monday after a 24day Cuban visit Khrushchev sent him there to deal with Premier Castro fol lowing Kennedys Oct 22nd proclamation of a blockade to orce Russia to withdraw its nu clearcarrying missiles and bombers from the island Since Monday Mikoyan has been talking with US and United Nations officials in New end Her daughter Juliana bePrince Bernhard was with the York The Soviet and American A QUEEN THROUGH THE Former Qtreen Wilhelmina who died Wednesday at the age of 82 is shown at various stages of her 50year reign as queen of the Netherlands Left to right When she was crowned queen in 1898 in 1934 during World War II Photofax and in 1947 the year before she abdi cated the throne and her daughter Juli ana became queen She took the title of Princess Wilhelmina after abdicat ing so there would be no question as to who was queen Former queen of Netherlands Wilhelmina 82 last of Victorians is dead came queen youngest Princesses Margriet and 11 JVVOOVL3 AiCUgjLJtU Clllli The former queen had suffered Marijke at Soestdijk Palace Prin from diabetes and in recent weeks cess Irene was visiting in Eng developed a heart condjtion A land and Crown Princess Beatrix medical bulletin said despite a was in Hong Kong on a world slight improvement her condition tour took a turn for the worse Tues day and death came at am Queen Juliana was at the palace with her mother but other mem bers of the family were scattered costs show decline WASHINGTON AP Living costs as measured by the govern ment declined onetenth of one per cent in October It was the first retreat recorded during 1982 in consumer price costs Somewhat lower store prices for meats reversing part of a large increase in September were pri marily responsible for the slight decline announced by the Labor Department Wednesday in the liv ing cost barometer The index dropped to 1060 per cent of the 195759 average On the former 194749 base the index was calculated at 1301 Arnold E Chase price division director of the Bureau of Labor Statistics said various shifts in prices should result in a further slight decline in November Living costs Compared with a year ago the October living cost level was 13 per cent higher The last time the government living cost index de clined was in December 1961 million for new school OKd at Marshalltown MARSHALLTOWN UPI Voters here Tuesday over whelmingly approved a WO bond issue to build a new high school and gymnasium The vote was 4658 in favor and 1237 opposed or a margin of 7902 per cent Only 3 60 per cent majority was needed to pass thp issue The school to accommodate 1500 students and the circular jym to seat 5000 persons will be built on a 485acre sits in south Marshalltown Construc ion will start next year with completion set for 1965 On the inside Editor Page 4 Society News 1910 North News U Comics 21tt Cleer Lake News 2475 Latest Markets 34 City News 3435 SAME DATElH152 CLOUDY cloudy through Thursday Lows Wed nesday night in 30s Highs Thursday 45 to 50 Iowa Partly cloudy to cloudy through Thursday Occasional drizzle west and northwest Wednesday night colder northwest Thursday highs 45 to 50 Further outlook Cloudy mild chance of rain Friday Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average 3 to 7 degrees above normal Thursday through next Monday Normal highs are from 35 to 42 de grees and normal lows from 18 to 25 degrees It will be colder Thursday or Friday turning warmer again Sunday or Monday Precipitation will average 50 to one inch and locally 2 inches in rain Thurs day through Saturday and pos sibly again Monday Minnesota Light rain mixed with snow A little cooler highs Wednesday in 40s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Wednesday Maximum 52 Minimum 27 At 8 a m 40 Sunrise 722 Sunset ddi Princess Beatrix it was an nounced will return home at once cutting short a trip that was to have included Japan and the United States Like Englands Queen Victoria Wilhelmina was called to the throne at the age of 18 marriec a German consort was a stickler for the formalities and conven tions and practiced homely vir tues as an example to her people World War II was a turning point in her life She escaped to England by warship four days aft er Hitlers armies invaded her country and spent the war years there except for a trip by bomber to the United States to address Congress and a trip to Canada it 1943 to visit Juliana and her daughters She encouraged the Dutch army to exile and rallied the resistance at home At the wars end she put on her oldest coat and rode a jeep for her triumphant return to the is land of Zeeland where bombing had let the sea waters through the dikes In 948 after celebrating her golden jubilee the aging queen abdicated in favor of Juliana and went into retirement Born Aug 31 1880 Wilhelmina was the only child of King Wil liam III of the royal house of Grange Nassau and Princess Emma She was only 10 when the king died and her mother served as regent untii Wilhelmina be came 18 and ascended the throne n 1898 Three years later she married Hendrik royal duke of Mecklenburg who died in 1934 ROSE BOWL QUEEN PASADENA Calif wjNancy Davis a 5foot 7inch who hopes someday to have a career as a was chosen queen of the 74th Tournament of Roses representatives have yet to agree on a formula for carrying out Khrushchevs pledge to per mit UN verification that the offensive weapons are gone and the establishment of some sys tem to guarantee against their reintroduction Kennedy holds the trump card in playing out the final phases of the SovietAmerican clash over Cuba since he intends to withhold his no invasion of the island pledge until satisfied on the guarantees US officials said they be lieved Mikoyans principal rea son for wanting to see the Pres ident was to try to assess Ken nedys mood American officials said hey did not expect the President to initiate any discus sion of issues beyond Cuba but that he would review the cold war situation in general terms if Mikoyan opened that line of dis cussion Russia was reported o have dropped Castros fivepoint de mands for a Cuban settlement including withdrawal from the Guantanamo naval base by the United States But Mikoyan was said by re liable sources to back Castros refusal of onsitc1 inspection of offensive weapons systems in Cuba unless the US agrees to reciprocal inspection of inva sion bases in Florida and else where in the Western Hemis phere 5000 more Indian troops make it back NEW DELHI UPI More than 5000 Indian troops cut off on the Northeast Frontier by at acking Communist Chinese troops a week ago have returned safely to their own lines A de fense ministry statement raised official estimates ofthose who have come back by 4000 men ndicating that the Indian de Teat at Se Pass may have been i tactical loss but did not take a heavy toll of lives PLANE TALK FOR Y B W Howe Vcntir cSx vv nowe Calif during visit to Incna in its now dormant con flict with Communist China   

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