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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 22, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             Iowa House to be wooed story on page HOME EDITION 700000 idle in strikes The New York Shipping Association is to decide whether to heed a presiden tial admonishment and end the long costly Atlantic and Gulf Const dock strike New York City publishers said they possi ble Whifc House interest in the 45diy printers strike Elsewtiere little progress was reported in the Philadel phia transit strike despite a shuttletrain wreck Cleveland went into its 54th day with out regular newspapers and other strikes continued at an oil refinery and defense plant in the St Louis area Across the nation more than 100000 workers were idle through labor unrest and millions of Americans felt the pinch Most of the force idled were longshoremen and mari time workers who have been striking from Maine to Texas for 29 days The International Long shoremens association al ready has voted to accept the presidential panels rec ommendation Another i sensation Soviet novel goes on sale The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 102 MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JANUARY 22 1963 lOc i copy No 2M By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGaierte Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTON The first big literary controversy of 1963 is breaking It is centered about a novel One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich Russians were ling to queue up all night in Moscow to buy the magazine in which it appeared The book itself is news The way it is being published here is somewhat less important news but is not without a certain juicy element of struggle First off One Day is abou a former collective farm work er serving in the Russian arm who is captured by the Ger mans He escapes and crawl back to his own lines He is then arrested as a spy and sentencec to 10 years in a Siberian con centration camp under th nctorious Artcle 58 of the Sovie penal code The book is th story of one day in 1951 during that sentence The writ er Alexander Solzhenitsyn a mathematics teacher had simi lar experiences Now it is no longer news in Moscow that Russia had con centration camps under Stalin nor that Uncle Joe was a not entirely benevolent dictator In his famous secret speech of February 1956 N i k i t a Khrtfshchev said of Stalin He had completely lost conscious ness of reality he demonstrated his suspicion and haughtiness not only to individuals in the XJSSR but in relation to whole parties and nations But One Day describes the squalor of the concentration camp in detail not in convenroads icnt euphemisms The author makes it clear that the inmates were largely not political crim inals but ordinary humble non party Soviet citizens And he destroys as the translator of one version of One Day Ron ald Hingley points out the myth that Stalin didnt know what was going on down below Youll get no sympathy from Grandpa Whiskers one of the prisoners in the n o v e 1 shouts He wouldnt trust his own brother let alone you Interestingly enough two US publishers are putting out dif fering versions of One Day simultaneously dayanddate as they say in show business E P Dutton Co in coopera tion with British publisher Vic tor Gollancz is issuing the authorized edition translated by Ralph Parker a former British war correspondent This is the version that has been ap pearing serially in the English language Moscow News Frederick A Praeger had a different translation made by Hingley and Max Hayward the latter a cotranslator of Dr both of Oxford Uni versity And Praeger boasts that his version is unauthorized neither sponsored nor author ized by Moscow as advertised in Publishers Weekly Dutton has signed an agree ment with AmRus Literary Music Agency US representa tive of the Soviet state book trust Mezhdunarodnaya Kniga This originally had been viewed as purely a business courtesy but now Dutton says it will pay royalties to the Rus eians as consistent with the aims of the American Book Publishers Council and the mis sions to Moscow by Adlai Stev cnson Morris Ernest and others to seek Soviet adherence to copyright agreements Prager who sees it much more simply steal from them and they steal from is pay ing the equivalent of royalties to the International Rescue Com mission Royalties or no royalties the significance of Ofhe Day may be not that it could be published at all but that the West is mak ing such a fuss about what would be considered routine criticism anywhere in the Free World oric treaty signed France Germany Mercury to plummet even lower Strong northerly winds shoved jitter cold air back over Iowa Tuesday after a few hour release from the subzero weather Mon day evening The 20 to 30 mile an hour winds were kicking up snow and the blowing snow was limiting visi bility in parts ofthe state About 40 schools were closed Tuesday uv southwest Iowa mosl of them in an area southwest o a line from Harlan to Mount Ayr to heavy snow was falling in the southwest part o the state But highway surfaces were not bad because the wine was whipping the snow off the Red Oak had IVz inches of snow Tuesday and all schools in Montgomery County were closed The cold air made its return after southerly winds forced tern peratures upward rapidly early Monday night The mercury climbed into the 20s in centra and southeast Iowa and into the teens over most of the state be fore the winds shifted to the north Temperatures fell rapidly throughout Tuesday reaching 2C below in the northwest and near 10 below hi the southeast It was 4 above zero in Mason City at 3 am Tuesday By 2 p m it had slumped to 12 below Cloudiness will diminish slowly in western Iowa Tuesday nigh and over the eastern part of the state Wednesday It will be verj cold again Wednesday with high from zero to 10 below Floyd woman offers for gold leaf DES MOINES Iowa farmwife may have launched a program for getting a shiny new gold plating for the Statehouse dome Mrs Paul Erb rural Floyd sent a check for to the De partment of Buildings and Grounds to help pay the esti mated cost of applying a new coating of gold leaf to the main dome of the Capitol The House Committee on Pub The House Committee on Public Lands and Buildings planned to discuss the matter with an eye to launching a pub lic fundraising drive to raise the necessary money On the inside Editorials 4 Clear Lake ft Society News 1011 Sportt 1314 North Iowa Newt IS Latest Markets U Mason City News 141723 Comics II Farm News tt forth Iowa Cold wave Tues day night lows 2025 below Northerly winds slowly di minishing Tuesday night Gradually clearing and in tensely cold Wednesday with only slight temperature rises owa Cold wave Tuesday night with temperatures falling to 1525 below and rising only slightly Wednesday Northerly winds slowly diminishing Tuesday night Gradual The Weather clearing Wednesday Further outlook Partly cloudy and cold Thursday Minnesota Partly cloudy much colder Highs Tuesday 12 to 22 below GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Tuesday Maximum Minimum Precipitation Sunrise Sunset 3 20 Tr of snow On most wonted list Baby X ff DALLAS Tex X the abandoned infant who won his battle with pneumonia left Methodist Hospital Tuesday He will have no worry about finding a permanent home Dallas County juvenile division caseworkers took Baby X for placement in an unnamed foster home Some family will then adopt him The hospital and juvenile workers have been flooded with appeals to adopt the sevenpound nine ounce infant His parents have never been located The baby was found beside a South Dallas road two weeks ago He was wrapped in a bed sheet and a pink throw rug and propped against a tree He was blue with cold He steadily progressed in his fight against pneu monia and gained seven ounces in his stay at the hospital He received many woman send ing a layette with everything from booties to blan kets Dallas contractor B H Standifer who found the child volunteered to adopt him Standifer who has three daughters said I neett a fishing com panion May lead to unified Europe FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES PARIS French President Charles De Gaulle and West German Chancellor K o n r a d Adenauer Tuesday signed an historic treaty pledging coop eration between the two nations that have fought three major wars in the last 100 years The historic document pro vides that the beads of the two nations will meet at least every six months that their minister of foreign affairs and defense will consult frequently and that they will exchange troops and training facilities for joint maneuvers The treaty is in line with De Gaulles conception of a loosely linked Europe of the Fatherlands and provides no supranational authority nor a common parliament The ceremony took place af ter Adenauer appealed person ally to De Gaulle to refrain from provoking a complete breach in the Brussels talks on Britains entry into the Euro pean Common Market Ger man sources said De Gaulle had promised to consider the suggestion Adenauer offered De Gaulle a facesaving compromise un der which the Brussels negoti ations would be suspended temporarily while the Common Markets executive commission draws up an inventory of points on which Britain and COSTLY DUBUQUE BLAZE Dam age wasestimated at more than 000 in this fire from an unknown cause that destroyed the Leo F Ely lumber AP yard and offices on the northeast side of Dubuque Firemen became heavily coated with ice as they vainly fought the fire in 10degree below weather New bill in Senate FBOM OUR WIRE SERVICES restrict the sale of goods on Sunday was intro duced in theio w a Senate Tuesday The Sunday sale ban bill was introduced by Sen Jo Flatt RWinterset and three Other senators and would prohibit sale of all ap pliances groceries and other items onSundays The billwould not apply to drugs medicines and other items such as toothpaste and shaving cream sold in drug stores and would also exempt iarm by i books gasoline aiuf items i ujsied to repair automobiles athletic equipnient airr craft or boats Prepared food such as that sold luv res taurants would also be ex empted from the Sunday oahl The bill would provide a fine of or 30 in jail for the first offense and a or 90day jail sentence for a second violation The purpose of the the bill said is to prohibit any interference with the com fortable enjoyment of life or property and promote health safety and welfare of tfae people Principal tar g e t s of the legislation are the large su permarkets which sell every thing from galoshes to chew ing gum appliance stores and discount houses in the big ci ties However the act would effect Sunday sales in small neighborhood grocery stores as well as the supermarkets But restaurants filling sta tions candy stores funeral homes and drug stores with certain limitations would re main open Alleged road patrol morale problem concerns governor the six Common Market na tions still are deadlocked German sources said there arc strong hopes that Ade nauer persuaded the French leader that the Brussels situ ation is critical and that an open breach must he avoided West Germany favors British membership in the Common Market and has endorsed the American project for a multina tional nuclear NATO force British bitterness ever De Gaulles position welled up Mon day night in a sharp speech tby Prime Minister Harold Macmil lan warning the French president against trying to dictate the future of free Europe Macmillan told a political rally in Liverpool that no country in these days can stand entirely on its own Alliances are essential to security De Gaulle and Adenauer agreed Monday on a treaty of close co operation in diplomacy defense and culture open to other states of Europe which they hope will repair their differences in foreign policy West Germany backed away from an exclusive inner alliance with France inside the European and Atlantic communities DES MOINES Har old Hughes said Tuesday he is concerned about what he called a morale problem in the State High way Patrol Ive heard reports of a morale problem among patrolmen throughout the last year Hughes least two dozen patrolmen have press their opinions on law en contacted me personally about morale in the patrol The governor said he is not cer forcement techniques tain what is causing the problem Ji but I intend to find out I think part of the problem is that the j j JUt II to kliClV KIC said at a news conference want tobe able to ex N ews in a FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Photofax BOOBYTRAPPED BRIDGE en gineers of the United Nations force in Kohvezi re move four tons of explosives from the 400yardlong bridge over the Lualaba River The UN troops oc cupied Kolwezi peacefully with Premier Tshombe on hand to welcome them SAME DATE1H223 Senate gets liquor bill DES MOINES bill introduced in the Iowa Senate by Richard Turner RCouncil Bluffs The measure first liquor be tossed into the upper house hopper would legalize acrossthebar sales of liquor on a statewide basis without provision for county or local option to go dry Castro to free 1000 more Red Cross rushed plans to accept Fidel Castros unexpected offer to free more than 1000 persons from Cuba this week More than 900 relatives of the recently freed Cuban invaders will be brought to the US aboard the freighter Shirley Lykes presently unloading ransom cargo at Havana and approximately 205 CubanAmericans will be flown out by weeks end Khrushchev inspects troops Premier Khrushchev left East Berlin to inspect Russian front line troops stationed in Communist East Germany Wonts France included in pact official Soviet news agency Tass charged that France was trying to foil any East West agreement on ending nuclear weapons tests The charge followed a Russian statement that any test ban treaty would be a failure unless France signed which it has hinted it would not do And some ofthe complaints have heard have been of a fam y nature such as a fear of being The governor and other mem aers of the Iowa Executive Coun Monday rejected a request rom State Safety Commissioner Carl Pesch for to conduct survey of patrolmen which Pesch said would have found out whether there is a morale prob lem Asked why he turned down the request Hughes said I think we can find out the patrolmens atti ude for nothing if the men feel hey can speak freely without fear of later recrimination have indicated to me hat at this time they believe they have to keep quiet for their own protection To solve the problem Hughes said he feels he must talk to top officials in the State Safety De partment The governor also said he had ward reports of conflicts between the State Highway Patrol and county sheriffs He said he under stands that the conflicts come from the sheriffs fear of a state olice organization and a fear that the state patrol is trying to do the sheriffs work I think there definitely is a place in our society for the county sheriff Hughes said They can do the job if the local peopte them their support Sports bulletin MINN E APOLIS Quarterback Ron Vanderfcelen of Wisconsin the hero of the Rote Bowl signed a oneyear contract Tuesday with the Minnesota Vfeinfs of the Na Football   

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