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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 6, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             A look at Russia today See story on page 3j 300 to attend ag institute Keating pampered by JFK 4 J New wrinkle in politics By ROWLAND EVANS JR New York Herald Tribune News Service WASHINGTON Sen Ken neth B Keatings cup must be running over but the Kennedy More than 300 farmers from throughout North Iowa are ex pected to be in M a s o n City Thursday for the third annual North Iowa Agricultural Insti tute Theme of this years which will be held at Hotel Han be A Look at Farm ing in the 1970s The institute is sponsored by the agricultural committee of the Mason City Chamber of Commerce The program wiU get under way with a noon luncheon Pre siding at the noon program will be Earl Dean Mason City area farmer and president of the North Iowa CoOperative Pro cessing Assn Main speaker at the luncheon will be Howard Roach Plain field president of the Soybean Council of America Roach who recently returned from a trip administration keeps on pourito Europe will talk on The ing i World Food Needs in the 1970s On Feb 7 for example theDrL wSwanson president of Republican senator fromNew Mason City Chamber of York dropped the hint that he had some hot stuff on Cuba that hed be happy to turn over to President Kennedy This word was somehow picked up by the press and appeared in due course on the White House news tickers Obviously President Kennedy couldnt personally go up to the senators office to get the inside information But he did the next best thing sent Commerce will introduce Roach The afternoon program at the institute will feature a panel discussing A Look at Farming Thotofax Actor Rock Hudson tin the 1970s Its People Its Products Its Production Al Heinz farm director of KGLOTV and president of the North Iowa Fair will preside at the afternoon session Members the panel will include Dr I e nex es ng sen TT the director of the Central at Iowa a telligence Agency John Mc Cone McCone called Sen Keating and asked for theappointment Omaha Puohc relations represen tative for Safeway Stores Inc and Richard Albrecht Des Moines editor of Wallaces The senator graciously granted Farmer Herb Plambeck farm it The director arrived in the director for WHO Des Moines conatnrc nffiro rr TToK Q iiiumta senators office on Feb 8 to get briefed by the senator on the situation in Cuba But that wasnt their first meeting A week earlier on Feb 1 Sen Keating was invited by McCone to come out to the CIA where the two Cuba ex perts had a long chat McCone must have gotten an earful on Feb 8 because on Feb 19 he called the senator will be the moderator of the panel The evening session of the In stitute will start with a 6 pm banquet Glenn Pogeler chair man of the agricultural com mittee of the Mason City Cham ber of Commerce will preside at the evening session Main speaker at the banquet will be Dr E C Elting Wash ington DC deputy administra and asked for another intertor of the Agricultural Research view It too took place in thcjService of the USDA Elting office of Sen Keating who is a will discuss various agricultural stocky whitethatched pink faced politician from upstate New York with an amusing turn of mind who looks younger than his 62 years After that session the senator issued a terse one line statement Ive had an other offtherecord meeting with Mr McCone On Feb 20 the next day the senator was telephoned by Sec research programs being car ried on by the USDA Entertainment for the evening program will be provided fay Earl Dean and M R Bud Lackore general manager of the Mason City Chamber of Commerce A limited number of tickets be available at the door for the institute The tickets are retary of State Dean Rusk RuskjS450 for the entire program wondered if the senator could spare the time to have lunch with him The senator could The two officials lunched alone for an hour and 45 minutes When the senator emerged he said the discussion had been devoted to the Cuban situation And that he went over in de tail the recommendations for the course of action which I had Crushed in accident at Northwood NORTHWOOD Oliver previously transmitted to the President These of course were the recommendations Sen Keating had given to McCone at the Feb S meeting JliV H IJ ill It was reported that as Sen Northwood streets and hauling 3eft Rusks of fie elit to the park where it was Mandt 60 was killed Wednes day morning during a snow re moval operation Mandt a city clearing WORLD FILM FAVORITES and actress Doris Day pose with their Golden Globes after being named world film favorites at the 20th annual Golden Globe awards of the Hollywood For eign Press Association Music Man get world film honors HOLLYWOOD rence of Arabia a major contender in the Academy Award race this year Tues day night won five awards in cluding the years best dra matic movie at the annual Hollywood Foreign Press As sociation Golden Globe awards The Music M a n was named the top musical of 1962 and To Kill a Mocking1 bird won three awards in cluding the top dramatic act ing role to Gregory Peck Geraldine Page was named top dramatic actress for Sweet Bird of Youth Many top performers in the entertainment industry al tended the 20th annual awards ceremony which saw the top foreign film awards go to D i v o r c Style which won Marcello Mastroianni the best acting award for comedy or musical Best of Enemies winner of the Silver Globe and Sun days and Cybele which earned the Samuel Goldwyn award The foreign press chose David Lean as best director for Lawrence of Arabia and also selected Omar Sharif of that film as best supporting actor Angela Lansbury was selected as best supporting actress for Manchurian Candidate That Touch of Mink was accorded recognition as the best motion picture comedy while Rosalind Russell was selected as best actress in a musical or comedy for Gypsy The newspaper that makes alt North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 103 MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY MARCH 6 1963 10c a copy No 22 Kennedy rejects new blockade Cuba now Kcatin through one door McCone entered it through another per haps to get a briefing from Rusk dumped into the river near the skating rink Mandt who was alone on the jg 10 gei a oneung irom KUSK Aianm who was alone on the MJIIH m me mi what Sen Keating had said truck was standing behind thcnew Kennedy is propos McCone has to stay on top of cab on a tool chest poundinCTins tne Republicans hope to t Vi Jn iTo tuet i T A 1 t Ai PMt nnnrnnri of innc otiKct nnti nil things just as Rusk doc jthe truck box to loosen cut appropriations substantially Sen credentials ever holding the box apcnoU3h to reflect n S5 biion sav a source for he administrationIParently became dislodged andimg in aclual expenditures on the situation in Cuba are not the fell crushing Mandt As nn cxnrrmlphp tion in Cuba are not the fell crushing Mandt As nn exarnple nc said Repub He is an Army RGbetween it and the body ofhcans Wl11 kick off thcir clrive in ri n iVn ri itnf Tliiircrinv GOP charting economy drive WASHINGTON tf Congressional Republicans have charted a threeyear budgetcutting campaign which Sen Everett M Dirksen hopes will yield an initial So billion saving Dirksen the Senate Republican lender said in an inter view President Kennedy and Democratic congressional chieftains are off the beam in contending here is n GOP move to slash spending by S15 billion in fiscal year starting July 1 We have put no price tag on our economy program Dirksen said We are trying to go about j it as scientifically as possible toNorth Iowa Considerable cloudiness through Thursday Warmer west Wednesday night lows 1520 Occasional light snow Thursday turning colder highs in mid 30s Iowa Considerable cloudiness through Thursday Lows Wednesday night 1525 Scat tered light snow and turning colder Thursday highs 35 Further outlook Part iy cloudy with little tempera some substantial reductions in the budget over the nexl three years Dirksen said that by paring es tablished functions somewhat and by fighting against some of the As an example he said Repub ture change Friday bad at all tie is an Army u ana me ooay uiivc ture cnance trulay serve General with truckHe was found withUhc Scnatc Thursday with opposi ts in the Pentagon a fcw minutes by Carl Kalltlon to a blli to provide for coordiFiveday Iowa Temperatures contacts in the Pentagon a fnv minutes by Carl Kal1 he was forecasting the emplaceiviS driver of a second and development of state ment of longrange missiles sevjrcmov2l truck jfcdcral outdoor recreation pro eral weeks before the admin Funeral arrangements aresrams istrations men established their iPending at the Bakke Funeral i This involves an outlay of presence Sen Keating has iabout million Dirksen said been leading the Republican Surviving are his w i f people might say thats a critics for the last several weeksPIabcl a son Alfred Cedar in the bucket But if we can Falls a daughter Mrs MarlinkceP these drops from filling up Donna Flatness Northwood bucket until it runs over we in the debate over Cuba a sister Mabel Mandt three i liavc accomplished an objcc What puiiles politicians here a sister Mabel Mandt who are always on the search brothers Martin Gilbert andltivc for new political wrinkles is I Roy all of Lake Mills why the red carpet has beenj laid down so conspicuously fori the senator from Xcw York to walk on Instead of slugging back at Keating or just ignor ing him the administration is handling him with the tender loving care usually reserved for a prodigal son Keating in short has been built up by the administration during the lasi few weeks in a fashion that most senators dont allow themselves to dream of SAME DATE 1962 Dirksen said the second argot j of Republican attack will be a youth employment measure exj pectxd to be brought before the Senate later in the month bill would set up a youth conser vation corps and a community service corps SCIENTIST DIES DENVER Dr Essie White Cohn 60 a chemistry pro cssor at Denver University and me of the nations leading wo men scientists died Tuesday will average 5 to 10 degrees below normal Wednesday night through next Monday Normal lows are near 20 along the northern border to the middle 20s south Normal highs are from 3S to 46 de grees A weak warming trend at the beginning of the period turning much colder Thurs day night and Friday then warming agairi Sunday anfl M o n d a y Precipitation will average 10 of an inch or less Partly cloudy windy colder Highs Thurs day 2032 GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Wednesday Maximum 26 Minimum 14 At 8 am 22 Precipitation Snow Sunrise Sunset Would be act of war Wants speedup by Russians FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON dent Kennedy said Wednes day he is not satisfied that Russian troops are being removed from Cuba quick ly enough But he ruled out a blockade of the island for the present at least because it might lead to war Despite strong criticism of the administration by some Re publicans and others Kennedy said he believes U S policy toward Fidel Castro and the is sue of Communist subversion in this hemisphere is headed in the right direction Kennedy told his news con ference he is satisfied that the United States is heading in the right direction in dealing with the Fidel Castros regime ques tion despite some strong criti cism of administration policy The President also said the four U S fliers killed in the 1961 Bay of Pigs invasion were serving their country on a completely voluntary basis He did not say specifically whether they were employed by the Cen tral Intelligence Agency CIA or some other government agency Two Birmingham Ala wom en widows of men who disap peared during the invasion confirmed recently they have been receiving checks for S225 every two weeks from a mys terious source The women said they were told they would continue to re ceive the checks as long as they did not remarry Kennedy said he had no more information on withdrawal of Russian troops from Cuba and was not satisfied they were be ing removed quickly enough He said there was no agree ment with Russia regarding the schedule for the withdrawal In response to other questions the chief executive said The problem of Cubanbased iCommunist subversion in Latin America is one that must be I handled in each country in jvolvcd He said the wisest is isolation of commu nism in this hemisphere He sees no prospect for re isumption of friendly relations between Cuba and the US Kennedy said the US showed during the Cuban crisis that it jwas willing to take such drastic 1 measures as a blockade when US security is in danger He jsaid however a blockade is I an act of war and such mcas jures should not be taken lightly i In discussing the GOP econ omy drive Kennedy said hc felt the nation had a commitment not going to be second to Rus isia He said hc did not believe lhe budget could be cut while maintaining first place in all areas of EastWest competition j Hc said the budgets of the three military services were re jduced billion before his bud getjvas submitted toCongress Hc said some persons were call Hng for cuts while the same calling for cign policy steps which Involve warlike actions In the light otSis hc said this doesno seem air appropriate tune for budget cuts SEAT BELTS FAVORED RALEIGH NC House Safety committee Tues day gave a favorable report to a bill requiring safety seat bclts in all new ears sold in North Carolina after Jan 1 1964 BLAST WRECKS SOVIET A photographer talks with a policeman in front of the West Berlin branch of Soviet Intourjst after it was wrecked by a mysterious blast The explosion some five hours after closing time re Photolax suited from a time bomb police sur raised Intourist is the widely operating Soviet tourist setup that provides guides and other services within the Soviet Union and drums up tourist trade elsewhere On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 751617 Sports 1920 Clear Lake News 2223 North Iowa News 24 Latest Markets 28 Mason City News2829 Comics 30 POLIO OUTBREAK KESTEREN Holland Doctors equipped to administer polio shots arrived in this Dutch village Wednesday to immunize ts people against the disease which has gained a foothold be cause of religious opposition Rolvaag awaits call from above ST PAUL Minn UPI In he basement of the Minnesota Capitol they answer the phone Gov Rolvaags office Up stairs in the executive suite ncumbent Elmer Andersen sees his domain slipping away Andersen sits at a huge 20 drawer cherrywood desk in a big private office with thick ews in a nutshell PROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Graham doesnt have cancer HONOLULU Evangelist Billy Graham is suf fering from an intestinal infection and does not have cancel his physician said Graham who was forced to withdraw from his planned Far East crusade be cause of his illness was released from a hospital un der strict orders to rest and continue his convales cence in Hawaii New citizenship policy DES discharged from prison or parole after serving sentences for a felony can have their citizenship rights restored immediately under a policy announced by Gov Harold Hughes A Package deal sought LONDON Authoritative British diplomat sources said Premier Khrushchev may be angling for a package deal to link a nuclear test ban agree ment to a settlement of Berlin and other cold war issues Still want tax reform JFK 7 r WASHINGTON Flatly denying that he has abandoned his drive for fax reforms President Ken nedy he believes Congress will enact important elements qt his proposal to overhaul the federal tax struct ure Flood threats continue CINCINNATI Icegorged flood waters be seiged new cities in four Ohio River valley states and threatened fresh onslaughts in Kentucky and South Carolina The threeday floods in Ohio West Vir ginia Pennsylvania and Indiana were Warned for at least 14 deaths and nearly 1000 persons had been driven from their homes carpeting rich mahogany panel ing heavy gold velvet drapes and a ceiling trimmed in sold leaf The palatial reception room has velvet drapes wine carpeting and one of the paint mgs is valued at But Andersen has plenty to be uneasy about One floor below in a basement broom closet is Democrat Rolvaag former lieutenant gov ernor and contender for gov ernor He sits at a battered lit tle steel desk The small bare room has tile floor no curtains on Us single window steam pipes and a radiator behind him a box of files on the floor and a typewriter on the floor for want of a typewriter stand But Rolvaag is beaming Andersen and Rolvaag ran the closest governor election race m Minnesota history N0v 6 Four months of legal battling ANDERSEN ROLVAAG jfollowed a recount trial I almost com pleted Kolvaag jleads by 74 votes j AH that remains before a threejudge recount tribunal are 40 challenged ballots to be ruled jon plus a trial on GOP and Democratic charges of irregu Uaritics in the recount involv iing SS ballots i Rolvaags hopes of rroving up stairs from the closet to the governors suite have son red I Aruiersen withheld comment His recount director Tom Swain clung to hope the governor stiii can win The winner will ba Hie first Minnesota governor to servo a I fouryear term instead of two years The raov that jthe state canvassing board tcouldat agree on whom to de   

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