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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 26, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             Liquor plan opposed story on page HOME EDITION Capitol chatter Legislature it M n is at ease Longshoremen back to work NEW YORK pulsethat threatened to prolong the beat of the waterfront from Maine to Texas began throbbing again Saturday after a deadly silence of 34 days Some 60000 longshoremen end ed the longest and costliest dock strike in Atlantic maritime his tory after their leaders received a report that President Kennedy was fed up with local quibbling DES MOINES UPI veeks of a legislative session y as committees process bills measures upon which awmakers can act Friday the Senate stood at tase for a few minutes A re xirter asked what was happen ng and he was told the cham ier was at ease Why he asked generally One wag replied Because they havent got anything to do and they dont want to go home Crimea is gay place of Russia Its Florida on BlackSea During the first few things move rather slow and begin fashioning the The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 102 MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JANUARY 26 1963 10c a copy No 361 House orders Cuban probe yet Rep Tom Riley RCedar Rapids had a little trouble re membering he was oh the floor of the House and not in a court of law during his first speech While addressing House Speak er Robert Naden RWebster City attorney Riley slipped1 calling Naden your honor in stead of the customary Mr Speaker Sens Scott RWest By GREGG COLDSPOT National Geographic Society The Crimea the Riviera of Russia for nearly two centuries is fast becoming FloridaontheBlack Sea walkout But there were at least two areas along the coastline where longshoremen refused to go along with their unions order to returr to work Both cases involved loca disputes In one 2000 longshoremen at Mobile Ala want a contrac clause whereby they would be paid a set amount in case it rains and work is stopped A union spokesman said ship owners re jected a longshoremen proposa to return to work while a presi dential board studies and nego tiates the rain clause vum The other holdout area was at mittee Several committee mem Norfolk Va David Alston an I LA tional vice president was report ed as saying his Norfolk dock workers would remain on strike o back up the warehousemen in the local disagreement But another holdout area fell in line when Texas longshoremen agreed Friday night to put aside a local contract issue over size of work gangs and return to the Union and Leo Elthon RFer tile showed up at a meeting of he Senate Public Utilities docks Sunday They acceded several hours Russias famed winters are unknown on the peninsulas sunny south coast The climate is subtropical Summers are hot and dry winters mild If snow falls it melts quickly The scenery is far from the popular concept of the Russian landscape The slopes that lead to the deepblue waters are dot ted with white villas vineyards palm trees olive groves mag nolias and bright patches of flowers Modern hotels and westernstyle camp sites have sprung up in recent years Jazz bands and Hollywood musicals are popular On the beaches frogmens Dippers water skis and bikinis are common Teen agers play transistor radios all day and most of the night Even the official Russian tour after Kennedys Assistant Secre tary of Labor James J Reynolds told a Galveston meeting of Texas longshoremen and shippers The President has tried to keep his lands off this thing as long as he could Now hes pretty fed up Reynolds then stalked out of the meeting A few hours later ILA Presi dent William V Bradley who was in Texas trying to straighten out the situation there gave the order for a complete return to work on the Atlantic and Gul coasts Bradley said local issues would be negotiated later The union had held at the start of the strike Dec 23 that the walkout would continue until al local issues were settled MRS CAMPY DIES GLEN COVE N Y Roy Campanella 40 wife of for mer Brooklyn Dodger catche 1st agency has entered the spirit with a folder extolling the Cri mea In spite of the uncertain English one blurb has a fa miliar ring Comfortable shooting boes and highly qualified huntsmen will be placed at the disposal of a touring hunter You are sure to have a thrilling hunting A little tired but successful you return to Yalta Along with the antiers of the killed dear sic you bring with you your Hunt ers Trophy Certificate The balmy Crimean coast long has attracted visitors Phoenicians Greeks and Ro mans established colonies there The peninsula later was over run or occupied by Goths Huns Khazars Byzantine Greeks Turks and Tatars The Tatars swept into Russia in 1237 killing and plundering to set up an oppressive rule that lasted more than two centuries Ivan III finally threw off their yoke in 1480 but the Tatars re mained entrenched in the Cri mea making annual forays into Russia to take slaves Gregory Potemkin favorite of Catherine the Great c o ml plained that the Tatar strong hold was a pimple on Russias nose The blemish was re moved in 1783 when Catherine annexed the Crimea In 1787 the Empress and a huge entourage toured southern Russia and the Crimea Potem kin governor of the southern territories had sham villages erected in the frontier region to impress Catherine False fronts of the famous Potemkin vil lages were struck and re erected along the route during overnight stops Cities and villages were de veloped later and the northern steppe of the peninsula became an important wheatgrowing region Russian tsars and nobles built ornate palaces on the Cimean south coast After the revolu tion the mansions were con verted into rest homes and san itariums for tractor drivers steel workers who had exceeded their quotas and other exem plary citizens Livadiya Palace built at Yal ta for Tsar Nicholas II was the headquarters of the war t i m e meeting of President Roosevelt Prime Minister Churchill and Premier Stalin Roy Campanella died of a hear attack in her home Friday whil talking on the telephone The Campanellas were separated in August 1960 ers were checking to see if nough members were present o official action could be taken They discovered neither Scott or Elthonwas a member made matters worse commit ee chairmen Sen Richard Tur er RCouncil Bluffs had sked Elthon to make sure he would be at the meeting Sen D C Nolan Rlowa City still believes the word adopt should be used in place of propose in a constitution al amendment despite A11 y Gen Evan Hultmans op posite ruling The ruling came in con nection with NOLAN the Skaff plan of reapportion ment which Nolan also opposes To explain the difference in words Nolan asks Did you propose to your wife or did you adopt her Rep Howard C Reppert D Des Moines received a plumb ers plunger as a birthday gift from an unidenti fied Republican Reppert stood on the floor of the House and displayed the gold painted plunger gaily dec orated with gold lace and imi tation jewels He then offered use of the tools to any lobbyist whose pet bills get clogged up in com mittee The Weather Iowa Partly cloudy Saturday night and Sunday Occasion al snow extreme east Satur day night Colder southeast Sunday Lows Saturday night 10 to 15 below Minnesota Mostly fair and continued cold a few widely scattered snow flurries most ly north Highs Saturday 2 below to 8 above Lows Sat urday night 15 to 25 below GlobeGazette weather up to 8 a m Saturday Maximum Minimum At 8 a m Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum data 10 19 17 36 21 Photofax RUSSIAN TAUGHT IN HAVANA SCHOOL A class his picture was made by a pool phoTographer Cuban student writes Russian phrases on a chalk permitted in Havana this week to photograph refu board m a Havana Cuba school under the guidance gees that came to America on the freighter Shirley of an unidentified Russian girl right teaching the Lykes Buildup reports studied WASHINGTON Sen ate Preparedness subcommittee has set out in a maze of claims to gauge for itself the perils of Soviet military power in Cuba and to see if it is swiftly increas ing Sen John Stennis DMiss the subcommittee chairman ordered the investigation Friday saying Reports which have come to me indicate that the continued presence and buildup of military might in Cuba is rapidly convert ing Castros forces into the sec ond most powerful military power in the hemisphere Since these forces were eon trolled by the hostile rulers of Communist Russia it is impera tive that we examine carefully the threat which it poses to our security and the state of our own military preparedness to meet and counter this threat Sources said military and intel ligence officials would be the witnesses for the hearings which they expect to begin in two weeks behind closed doors Stennis ordered the investiga tion hours after hearing Secretary On f he inside Editorials Page 4 Clear Lake News 5 Religious Features 67 Mason City News 89 Latest Markets 9 Society News TO Sports 1M2 The Surveyor 15 Comics 14 Business News 1718 North Iowa News 20 N ews in a utshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Seeks sub base WASHINGTON US is looking for berth ing facilities for its Po laris submarines soon to be stationed in the medi terranean Most probable site for a supply base for the subs which will re place Jupiter missiles now in Turkey and Italy is Rota Spain on the At lantic side of Gibraltar Status unchanged BRUSSELS The U S will continue tariff ne gotiations with the Com m o n Market whether Britain joins or not U S envoy Christian A Herter announced Strike averted SEATTLE Wash President Kennedy lias stepped in to delay for 80 days a strike that would imperil the national safety at t h e missile building operations of Boeing Aircraft Co Crash injures 33 empty North Western railway commuter train dead heading back to Chicago after a run to the North Shore suburbs rammed a standing 400 stream sagging under rule of Castro By JOE McCOWAN JR MIAMI visiting US newsmen found even on tours guided by the Communists that onceprosperous Cuba is sag ging at the seams under the rule of Fidel Castro Two young government offi cials guided the band of news men who were permitted to enter Cuba aboard an American ransom freighter which r turned to Florida Friday with 1170 Cuban refugees The tours happened upon what the guides called spontaneous demon strations of the peoples great enthusiasm in the revolution Find five bodies near wrecked 652 GREENVILLE Maine UP The bodies of the five remaining crewmen missing in the crash of a B52 Stratofortress near Greenville were found Saturday The Air Force said all five bod ies were found on the line of flight stretching back about one On arrival in Havana last Friday aboard the freighter the newsmen representing on a pool basis all American news media were informed that a special program had been ar ranged for them during their stay in Cuba Raul Lazo a Cuban foreign ministry employe responsible for foreign news correspondents said he and Antonio Cardos would be guides for the Americans During the tour one auto broke down and another had to be sum moned to finish the drive In the next couple of days the Ameri cans were to see countless auto mobiles and buses broken down and standing alongside downtown streets as well as rural highways Havana once known for having great numbers of new American automobiles neither new nition maintenance and of low grade petroleum being refined into gasoline The tour passed numerous cane fields then stopped at one just west of the sleepy town of Limo nar Several macheteros cane loading cane on a truck When the from their Americans two cars alighted workers AP Photofax STYLED IN STEEL Tailor and Cutter Britains magazine of male fashion gave its okay for elegance to this vest and bowler combination The vest made of stainless steel mesh and secured by a padlock is for the man who has everything and wants to carry up to in cash in special pockets The bowler lined with steel and foam rubber and vest will ward off bullets blackjacks and knives according to the maker who is aiming at the bank messenger trade and a half wreckage miles from the AGED MOURNERS PIETRALCINO Italy Michele di lorio died Friday at the age of 104 At his bedside were his brothers Nicola 102 and Luigi 100 today can obtain cars nor parts for the old ones Most cars need muf flers headlights and ignition parts Tires even on vehicles of high echelon government officials need retreading or replacement As a result of this problem Ha vanas streets have acquired an oily sticky coating sidewalks are flocked in from nearby fields joined hands in a circle possibly 40 feet in diameter swung ma chetes in the air and began danc ing and singing the Communist song Internationale Candido Moreno 31 a Limonar taxi driver stepped forward and said The people who leave Cuba dont like to work They are runkards and other things Peo ic who stay here Ike to work nd are honest peopie Though it was barely of State Dean Rusk and John A McCorie director of the Central Intelligence Agency briefthe Senates Latin American Affairs subcommittee in a closed session Stennis himself reserved com ment on what Rusk and McCone had said Npf did he indicate their testimony was the reason for his subcommittees investigation Informants said the Prepared ness group will explore various reports on the extent of Soviet strength in Cuba including whether it has the equivalent of two divisions there and whether any nuclear arms are included Republican national Chairman William E Miller has charged the Russians how have in Cuba enough nuclear warheads to blow the roof off the Kennedy mansion in Palm Beach Senators who questioned Rusk and McCone told reporters later Russia evidently has built a pow erful militarypolitical base in Cuba but that they had heard nothing to confirm that Cuba now has nuclear warheads oil and the air is nauseous exhaust covered with filled with fumes Cuban citizens said the oil and fumes are a result of cars need ing mufflers piston rings and ig Fertilecomestoaid of homeless family community is joining forces here to help the Bert Lee family weather the latest misfortune to befall them The interior and all contents of their farm home a mile Finer in suburban south of Fertile was lost in a fire Thursday night Last spring their barn blew down While it was being rebuilt lightning struck the hoghouse and half of it was burned Just after the barn had been ston injuring 33 persons Seven persons remained hospitalized overnight CHURCHMAN DIES SALT LAKE CITY Utah Joseph L Wirtlilin 69 former president of the Church of Jesus Christ LatterDay Saints died of a heart attack in a hospital Friday while visiting a sick friend re built it was blown down again Last fall Mrs Lee was hos pitalized following major surg ery While she was recovering Mr Lee became ill with a heart aliment and was con fined to bed until recently Friday the Fertile Volun teer Fire Department spon sored a community meeting to assist the family until their home can be rebuilt According to fireman Roger Humphrey a cash collection has been started and the fam ily was given furniture for a house which has been offered rent free The women of the Lutheran Church have started a collection of clothing The Church of Christ women arc making quilts to be given to the family Lee owns the farm on which they lived He said the loss is covered by insurance noon he cane cutters began boarding rucks and riding away as the Americans drove off Cane which hey had willingly cut for tele ision and newsreel cameras was eft lying in the field As the two cars drove down irst Avenue in Miramar Lazo picked a teaching center for the to visit The cars topped and approximately 30C tuaents lining patio railings en he buildings five floors began chanting Vivas vivas Fidel Waiting at the front door of the wilding Instituto de anguage Carlos Lopez 22 a Cubanborn young man who moved with his parents o New York when he was four He said he returned to Cuba 18 L months ago after attending New York University for two years We have Russians teach Rus sian Germans teach German and Czechs teach Czechoslovakian Lopez said in flawless English When I was at NYU an Italian aught me Spanish What do you think of that Monday afternoon the newsmen were taken back to the ship after visiting the university They were told they would be picked up that night for a meeting with Bias Roca rated by some as Cubas No 1 Communist and that Tues day they would be permitted to visit downtown Havana by day light Lazo turned Sen Hubert H Humphrey of Minnesota assistant Senate Dem ocratic leader told newsmen that Rusk and McCone stand by the assessment President Kennedy gave his news conference Thurs day The President said then that the best infor mation we have is that one ship has arrived since the Octo b e r c r i s is which may have had arms on it possible military cargo But there has not been a mili tary buildup in lhat sense of the equipment coming in from outside of Cuba Sen Kenneth B Keating RUSK RNY has declared he has in formation confirmed by official government sources that Russia has poured 20000 men and muni tions into Cuba and that a buildup of Soviet military installations there is continuing He said the munitions include warplanes capable of carrying nuclear warheads and with a range embracing many target areas in the United States and Latin America But he said he has no knowledge of whether Cuba has heads received nuclear war and Cardoso never re and Cuban security offi cers prevented the newsmen from leaving the dock area again SAME DATE lH22t   

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