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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 8, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                                Nixon fires Cuban salvo See story on page 2 Opry loses 5th member Committee to look at the press Probe has wide scope By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTON The Celler 140day sugar run set An increase of onethird Signing of acreage for growing sugar beets in the Mason City district of the American Crystal Sugar Company has been com pleted Capacity of the lo cal plant has been reached with 18383 acres under Tenn contractThis compares as a farm family Jack Anglm 46 an veteran of the Opry was killed Thursday when his car left a road on a curve near here and hit a tree He apparently was en route to prayer Cline services for Patsy Miss Cline died in plane crash Tuesday night as did two other Haw kins and Cowboy Miss Clines managerpilot Randy Hughes It is almost impossible to re alize so many of our people could be so unfortuv subcommittee appears to bejnate in such taking a peculiarly tangentialPrief period of I approach to the newspaper busi ness At a time w Yorkers have been without of the Opry newspaper fare since Dec its and Clevelanders even longer ville radio sta the House Judiciary Antitrust tion WSM The subcommittee appears primarily radio concerned w i t h newspaper which mergers ownership of television the Opry made and radio stations bv news papers and the effect on newschange in its format after the papers of general legislation light plane plunged into a hillside such as tax measures Rep Emanuel Celler DNY chairman of both the Judiciarj station started an abrupt ANGLIN Committee and the subcommit tee said We will definitely look into New Yorks strike Subsequently he told Editor Publisher the newspaper busi ness weekly that strikes against newspapers were not encom passed by the subcommittees assignment but that he an ticipated strikes would be men tioned during examination of publishers and the union Jead ers Celler has given repeated as surance that his group will be scripulous in its regard for the constitutional rights of our free press He denies gunning for anybody or any interest in the editorial content of any particu lar newspaper In the last elec tion Brooklynite Celler was sup ported only by the New York Post He even suggests possible immunization from antitrust laws for newspapers We are interested in keeping news papers alive he says Originally Celler had cited as reasons for his groups investi gation next week the largest newspaper consolidations in our history in Los the closing of newspapers in Jack son Miss and Eugene Ore and the passing under one own ership of the papers in Mil waukee and St Petersburg Fla during 1962 Celler with Sen Estes Kefauver DTenn supported an amendment to the Clayton Act in 1950 to prohibit a corpora tion to acquire not only another corporations stock but also its assets where in any line of commerce in any section of the country the effect may be substantially to lessen com petition or to tend to create a monopoly Prior to its pas sage Celler said that he thought the amendment might be con strued to prevent newspaper mergers In any community Celler declared there should be a clash of opinion Congressional concern for the clash of editorial opinion comes about a quarter of a century late Competition in the metro politan press of the nation al ready has been reduced to the point where there are not enough competing newspapers left to permit more than a few additional consolidations Today there are only 77 cities with editorially competitive 40 years ago there were 552 Ninetyfive per cent of American cities have no competitive dailies In any event publishers have accepted the Celier hearings with an equanimity some spokesmen for other media j might emulate Editor Publisher carried a critical editorial when the probe was announced and there have been some other com plaints but Celler reports that this group has not had to issue a single subpena So far he lays this has been very en riching experience 85 miles west of here Commercials were canceled and requests rejected The station played nothing but hymns and songs recorded by Miss Cline Hawkins and Copas hursday night the station add ed songs Anglin recorded as a member of the team Johnny and Jack The other half of the team is Johnny Wright and a member of their company is Wrights Kitty Wells Saturday night there will be a brief moment of silence on the Opry Devine will read a tribute The newspaper that mokes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEG VOL IW MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY MARCH 8 1963 10c a copy No 24 days 11year Last season and is expected to work nearly 140 days during the coming run The company announced that an additional payment of S102 a ton on the 1962 crop wiH be paid starting Friday It will bring to the total for the Chaska and Mason City districts according to E G Kidder district manager at Chaska This new record figure will be increased still further with a final payment next September Kidder said The payment to date already exceeds last years figure by he said The North Iowa and Southern Minnesota economy is given a boost not only by the increased payments for beets Kidder pointed out but also by the longer plant runs Much of the labor for the three eight hour shifts each day is recruited lo cally he noted and the longer run means a larger payroll The acreage in Southern Minnesota and Northern Iowa combined increased from 16 685 acres in 1960 to 32254 acres in 1962 Kidder said This area at present has contracted for 46232 acres for the 1963 sea son an increase of 29547 acres in three years Last year a portion of thej crop was stored adjacent to the railroad during harvest at Ap pleton Bricelyn and Danube Minn This fall in addition to these three locations beets will be stored at Clara City with the four pilers operating 24 hours a day during the harvest season The 1963 crop for the two re to the dead stars and a quartet fineries wilPbe grown in 26 will sing a hymn Then officials southern say the Grand Ole Opry will proj northern ceed as it has every Saturday night for 38 years Minnesota and Iowa counties five The SAME Iowa Safety Department Figures Black Flag Means Traffic Death lo Past 14 New oil find in S Iowa Found on Keota farm DES MOINES AP Oil has Deen discovered in Iowa in a quantity that holds promise of commercial development Gov Harold Hughes said Friday The oil was discovered on the William F Flynn farm northeast of Keota in Washington County by Natural Gas Pipeline Co of Amer ica which was testing for an un derground gas storage reservoir Dr H Garland Hershey state geologist told Hughes that initial productions of the find is estimat ed at about 10 barrels a day He said the oil occurs in the peca tonica member of the Platteville limestone formation at a depth slightly less than 1000 feet be low the surface Hershey Martin Burlingame executive vice president of Nat ural Gas Pipeline Co and OC Davis the firms vice president presented Hughes with Nasser tie is likely BEIRUT Lebanon ProNasser army officers launched a revolution in Syria Friday and claimed control of the country But Turkish officials in Ankara that the company has not had a small bottle of the oil Burlingame said the been discovered Saturday had but received reports of violent time to make a real test of the street fighting in Damascommercial possibilities of the cus diplomats in Cairo had reports from Damascus that no resistance to the coup had de veloped in the capital by mid morning and street demonstrations in support of the army were tak ing place DUMP MILK IN PROTEST A group of disgruntled farmers stand by as milk pours from hose onto ground near An nandale Minn They demonstrated against a boycott by a creamery associ ation to buy the milk from an Albion French Lake Minn firm which has a Phototax contract with the National Farmers Organization An unidentified man drinks from hose which is attached to a tank truck Some 5000 gallons of milk was dumped in a field by mem bers of the NFO the organization seek ing higher milk prices for the farmer shipments will be handled by the North Western Milwaukee Rock Island Great Northern and Great Western Railroads The entire crop will be planted with the new processed i monogerm seed that has been uniformly sized to permit per fect spacing of single seeds TAX RAIDS WASHINGTON UPI Inter nal Revenue Service agents swooped down on gambling op erations in 52 cities Thursday arresting 131 persons who failec to produce federal gambling stamps COLDER Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average 3 to 6 degrees below normal Saturday through next Wednesday Nor mal highs are from 38 north Strike near end Jiva nutshell Flood threats ease INDIANAPOLIS Surging waters receded in most rivers and streams in the nations flood belt from Indiana into the Southeast and the danger of new major flooding appeared ended temporarily Reds eye Hong Kong Macao TOKYO RedChina said it will not use force to take the colonies of Hong Kong and Macao but will get them by peaceful negotiations when condi tions are ripe It rapped Soviet Premier Khrushchev for raising the issue French may resume Atests PARIS France plans to resume underground nuclear tests in the Sahara soon The tests will be of atomic not thermonuclear devices reports said May visit Mindszenty VATICAN CITY An Austrian cardinal said he is going to Communistruled Hungary in what may be an attempt to convince Jozsef Cardinal Minds zenty to end his selfimposed exile in the U S lega tion in Budapest and come to the West Franzikus Cardinal Koenig Archbishop of Vienna who is visit ing here said he had accepted an invitation to visit Hungary sometime after Easter Silence is golden WASHINGTON7 Rep George Mahons plea that public officials keep quiet about American in telligence activities was welcome news to President Kennedy and many members of Congress agreed silence is golden1 White House sources said how ever that the congressman acted on his own initia tive that Kennedy had no foreknowledge of the blis tering attack on loose talk r Also illcludcd would be ratified m view of its j various terms to offset the effects Minnesota Light snow colder endorsement by local iof automationcalled a prime is HI OI1U VUIU Li 1 Highs Saturday around 30 iami officers of thcisue inthe dispute NY papers OK contract mal highs are from 38 north NEW YORK Representajlnternationnl Typographical Un to 45 south and normal lows j lives of publishers and striking I ion AFLCIO and by the publish fro m 22 north to 25 south j printers agreed Friday on a newlers The rebels broadcasting on Damascus Radio pledged them selves to forge Arab unity in the shortest possible time They con demned Syrias withdrawal with out saying they wanted to rejoin the UAR The Turkish foreign ministry said top leaders of the Syrian gov ernment including Premier Khal ed El Azem had taken refuge in the Turkish Embassy in Damas cus The proNasser revolutionary regime in neighboring Iraq and Nassers United Arab Republic quickly voiced allout support for the Syrian revolutionists anc warned against foreign intcrven tion The warnings appeared directe at Israel and proWestern Jordan The Israeli army facing the largest concentration of Syrias army on Israels northeast fron tier was reported on the alert But no special emergency meas ures were announced in Jerusa 1cm It was Syrias third military coup in Playing the same martial music that heralded the Iraqi revolt one month ago Friday Damascus Ra dio trumpeted a call for unity freedom and socialism The same slogan became the cry of the army uprising that over Turning colder clearing the way for anj In addition he said negotiai tions involving other unions two of whom are still on strike will provisions of the pact arelikcuise have to be ning of the period with only end to New Yorks 91dayold minor daily changes therenewspaper shutdown curring Saturday and about Wednesday an again year perjocj a North Iowa Variable cloudiness with occasional light snow jn hours the second year for a total package of senting slereotypers and mailers The shutdown deprived New Yorkers of all nine of their major through Saturday Colder Frijdustry has been estimated in ex cost of the strike within the inclaiics for a rccord 87 lavsTne day night lows zero to Highs Saturday near 30 Iowa Considerable 10 j cess of million There was no indication cloudiness soon eiSht closed how Friday night 1015 northeast 2025 southwest Highs Satur day 30s northeast to 4045 ex treme southwest Further out ik Little change publication newspapers 512 Post broke the solid front of the Publishers Association of New York and resumed publi cation Monday As outlined by Wagner the EL AZEM threw strongman EL KUDSI Abdel Karim tjs accepted by negotiators rebels earlv broadcasts both provides for a gave the name of only one of their UI ior a gave me name 01 only one ot men The agreementis subject to unjwage rise of S651 the first year ofllcaders Col Abdullah Jabrini 5n ratification but Mayor Robertjthe contract and SG12 the second who was named acting command data GlobeGazette weather up to 8 am Friday Maximum 33 Minimum 20 At 8 am 29 Precipitation Trace Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum 30 Minimum 25 More Russ ships on way to Cuba WASHINGTON UPI Sec retary of State Dean Rusk saidj Friday that some Russian iroops are being removed from Cuba and that more Soviet ships are on the way to the island But Rusk said he would make no assessment now of wheth er the Kremlin is meeting its promise to remove several thousand forces from Cuba by next Fiiday The secretary said Russian ships have been moving into Cuba during the past two and more are on the way He said the available ships are enough to carry out the troop removal er of internal haps the key job in the country Jabrini is known as n Nasser supporter He was associated with Lt Col Abdul Hamid Serraj feared chief of Syrian intelligence before the 1955 union with Egypt and later Nassers proconsul in Damascus The revolutionsfirst communi que called the September 1961 coup that broke Syria away from the UAR a separatist disaster But there was no assurance that the rebel leaders aim for another complete union with Egypt There were strong signs that the coup was engineered by the Arab Baalh Socialist party which masterminded the upheaval Baghdad last month find He said the company expects to set tanks and pumping equipment at the site for a real test next week This discovery is vitally im portant to Iowa because it is the first bonafide find in the state holding promise of being produc able Hershey said As a result the possibility of economically important oil de posits in Iowa can be viewed much more optimistically than ever be fore no matter what the out come in the Keota area He said the Keota area is rather isolated in relationship to other oil fields the closest producing Fields are in Illinois near Tarkio Mo and Falls City Neb Burlingame said that under the companys lease with Flynn 25 per cent of any oil produced would go to the landowner He said this was more liberal than what he called the normal 88 oil lease which gives the landowner one eighth of the oil produced said the find is bound to bring an immediate influx or tidal wave of oil people to Iowa because it makes more promising the search for oil in the state Burlingame said Natural Gas Pipeline plans to do further ex ploratory drilling primarily to lo cate underground rock formations which can be used for natural gas storage but looking for oil while looking for storage There have been numerous test holes drilled in Iowa looking for oil but all were unsuccessful Her shey said one operator contended a few years ago that he had dis covered oii in commercial quan tities near Cresco but the Iowa Geological Survey had never been able to confirm this He said that dead oil was found in one test hole in west ern Iowa but it was a thick gummy substance of no commer ia value There have been introduced in he Iowa Senate a bill offering a SiOOOOO reward to the first com pany that locates an oil well which will produce as much as 50 bar a day Hershey and the pipeline com pany executives said that the cur rent find probably is not suffici nt to qualify for the raward but that it will encourage further ex ploration Bandit robs bank DAVENPORT An armed bandit held up the First Trust and Savings Bank Friday and fled on foot scattering money in his wake police said Officers said the man de scribed as dark skinned and about 24 or 25 in On the inside Photofax ATTEMPTS TO SHIELD EVANGELIST Former Maj Gen Edwin A Walker attempts to shield Evan gelist Billy James Hargis Tulsa Okla from a pho tographer and Walker spoke at Atlanta Ga They are on a 17state tour billed as Operation Midnight Ride Hargis said purpose of the trip is to awaken Americans to the great issues confronting the nation Editorials Page 4 Mason City News 67 Latest Markets 7 Society News 89 North Iowa News lo Sports HH Clear Lake Nsws 12 Comics 15 TV Guide Pullout section STAMP ACT KILLED MADISON Wis UPI The Senate Thursday defeated a bill that would permit trading stamps to be redeemed cash or merchandise for years old point ed a weapon at Mrs Sharon Wallace a bank teller and de manded money The robbery took place shortly before noon The bandit ran to a car park ed about a block away threw the money inside and then ran away The money was recov ered from the automobile which arried Wisconsin license plates At witness Mrs Don Kruse said she saw the man nm up to the car She told police he started to get mSo the vehicle then apparently changed his mind and fled on foot The search for the man was entered in an area north the bank Officers said they had found an overshoe believed to iave been worn by the bandit in the entrance to an alley about three blocks north of the oank   

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