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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 12, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             Storms floods in South See story on page 3 Defies astrologers has a girl TEHRAN Iran UPI Queen Farah Dibah of Iran Tuesday gave birth to her second child a daughter The queens first child Crown Prince Reza Pahlevi was born Oct 31 1960 At that time the 43yearold Shah was so happy with the fulfilment of his wish for a male heir to the 2500yearold peacock throne of Iran that he danced a jig of joy in the hospital The new baby weighed eight pounds and 14 ounces The mother and child were both reported doing well The child has not yet been named but palace sources said it probably would be called Farahnaz Farah reportedly wanted her second child to be a girl She has told intimates however that she hopes her third child will be a boy The Shah was delighted with the birth of a daughter You are better than the local astrologers he said in congratulating his beauteous 25yearold wife They predicted you would have a boy and all along you said it would be a girl SVC Answer to a vexing problem Rails unions have weapons By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTON The public will soon get an answer to the vexing problem of railroad auto mation The Chicago meeting o labor and management this week should show whether the two sides are at last ready to settle the firemen issue or whether a final test of strength is to be expected The railroads have the legal muscle The rail road brotherhoods have the strike weapon More than a year ago a presi dential railroad commission made a report which was ac cepted with some reluctance by management rejected by the unions One recommendation was to eliminate firemen on all freight and mail trains In gen eral this would mean laying off immediately 13000 firemen with less than 10 years seniority About 40000 others would not be replaced when they retired quit or died Retirement on most roads is mandatory at age 65 The US Supreme Court on March 4 ruled that railroads have the right to make rules changes The unions have thus exhausted their legal means of disputing the commissions recommendation President Charles Luna of the Brotherhood of Railroad Train men recently asserted that the firemen issue should be settled before discussion of the com missions other recommenda tions That prompted manage ment spokesmen to suggest the Chicago meeting This of course is only a step in the direction of settlement There is no outward sign of con ciliation Managements recent letter to the bortherhood presi dents was phrased in polite disdain The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 103 MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY MARCH 12 1963 10c a copy No 27 North Iowa Rain changing to snow Tuesday night and con tinuing Wednesday Increas ing winds Tuesday night be coming strong northerly We nesday with some blowing snow Lows Tuesday night in the 20s Colder Wednesday highs upper 20s to low 30s Iowa Rain changing to snow Tuesday night and continuing through Wednesday Increas ing winds Tuesday night be coming strong northerly Wed nesday colder Lows Tues day night 1520 northwest 30 35 southeast Highs Wednes day near 20 northwest to 30s southeast Further outlook Cloudy snow flurries and colder Thursday Minnesota Light snow colder Highs Wednesday 1825 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Tuesday Maximum 34 Minimum 30 Precipitation 07 Iraq proposes new Arab union CAIRO Gamal Abdel Nasser was reported taking a cautious but welcoming atti tude Tuesday toward Iraqs pro posal for a new Arab union Taleb Hussein Shabib foreign minister of the new Iraqi revolu tionary regime proposed to Nas Mason an to get a new trial A 19yearold Mason Cityan Faught and sent the case backl In reversing former patient at the Woodward to thc Boone County district and ordering a THEIR SEPARATION Roger D Brooks left Miami Fla and Anthony J Milasi Binghamton NY compare likenesses in mirror as they are reunited after 24 years The broth ers orphaned shortly after their birth were adopted by families living hun dreds of miles apart Reunion took Phoiofix place when Roger was approached by a stranger in a Miami restaurant last fall and asked if he were Anthony of Binghamton He started checking and the search ended this weekend Both are six feet 3 inches tall Milasi weighs 210 and Brooks 208 Both have brown hair and blue eves State Hospital and school who court for retrial the conviction new trial the Supreme Court said Judge Hill Faught who allegedly plungedjerred in some of his instructions was convicted of fatally staba 10inch butcher knife into thejto the jury and the indetcrmi bmg a woman cook with of Jessie Zcnor 53 Ma natc sontencc jmposcci Was not butcher knife won a new trial jdrid in July 1961 was keeping with state statutes Tuesday guilty of second degree murder setting the penalty range for The Iowa Supreme Court setjby a jury on March 30 1962 andisecond degree murder The law calls for a sentence of 10 years to life but the judge is required to set a definite num ber of years rather than an in determinate not to exceed term the high court ruled aside the second degree by Judge G R Hill conviction and 50year a term not to exceed 50 term imposed on Michael Bavaria conditions its offer to Bidault Nevertheless the public istser Monday that Iraq Syria and allowed to hope that both sides now that they have agreed to resume talking will seek to avoid a strike costly to labor as well as management and al most certain to bring govern ment intervention perhaps in the form of compulsory arbi tration distasteful to both There are precedents for labormanagement compromises that ease the impact of automa tion on an industry When Kaiser i Steel Corp broke ranks with other employers during the 1161 day steel strike of 1959 one of the terms of the pact with the United Steelworkers was that a committee be established to work out a longrange plan under which workers and stock holders could share the fruits of progress The aim was to avoid the necessity of periodic tests of will in collective bargaining with the attendant danger of strikes The committee late in De ccmbcr came through with ai plan for Kaisers Fontana Califj plant which provides for the sharing of savings coming from increased productivity One part of the plan provides that no em ployee will be laid off because of automation Displaced work ers will be shifted to other jobs Kaiser workers approved thc plan by an overwhelming vote on Jan 11 It went into effect on March 1 Management may eventually find the permanent furloughing on reduced pay of workers displaced by automation cheap er than haggling in collective bargaining and frequent strikes A solution along that lincj probably would be asking tool much in railroading It would 1 place an additional burden on the already staggering roads and it would be something iikci asking the 90yearold Brother hood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginomen to agree to itsj own extinction DAUGHTER FOR ANNE HOLLYWOOD Anne Baxter and her new daugh ter were reported doing well at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Miss Baxter wife of Australian rancher Randolph Gait gave birth to the Spound 3ounce girl Monday Nassers United Arab Republic Egypt make a start by setting up a joint military command and an organization to coordinate po litical planning MUNICH Germany AP Ba varian state authorities may grant political asylum to former French Premier Georges Bidault if he agrees to abandon his under ground campaign to topple French President Charles de Gaulle One highly informed source said chances seem good that Bidault will receive asylum Bidault 63 was discovered at a lakeside resort Sunday He asked for political asylum A close col laborator with De Gaulle in World War II resistance against Ger many he heads the political arm of the terrorist Secret Army Or ganization and its campaign to overthrow the French president He is wanted in France on treason charges wash his hands of his countrys embarrassing guest His office said he returned unopened a per sonal appeal for asylum from Bi dault Adenauers government said it has no objection to Bavaria grant ing a haven to under condi tions apparent meaning if lives quiet ly and eschews politics The West German al of The court held that Judge Hill also erred in limiting the jurys consideration of evidence of Faughts mentally retarded con dition concerning the youths in ent The high court ordered tiiat upon retrial the sheriff and one Editorials Page 4 Society News 67 Comics 8 Sports 1011 Clear Lake News 12 Mason City News 1415 Latest Markets 15 North Iowa News 18 Some nays on Winnies citizenship WASHINGTON UPI Thc Defends jet fighter I FROM OlU WIRE SERVICES Secretary Robert Mc Namara charged Tuesday that public confidence in top Pentagon officials had been needlessly under mined by a Senate subcommittee investigating the TFX jet fighter contract We strongly believe and are prepared to demonstrate that the award of the TFX contract not only was proper but definitely serves thc national interest McNamara said In a letter to Sen John McClellan DArk chairman of of his deputies who were stateHousc voted overwhelmingly witnesses in the first trialTuesday lo make Sir Winston should not be permitted to transj Churchill an honorary citizen of port the jurors to a meal duringlhe United States But to the dis their deliberation and should notiPleasure of tne moves many associate with them before duribackers therc were some ob the investigating subcommittee McNamara asked to submit ing and after the meal Bidault certain constitution lows each the 10 states to grant residence BIDAULT permits to for and Algeria to join the group later t i e n t s were eating brcak f a s t Accord ing to Faughts statcm e n t at European movement and ajHis alleged crimes in France t nl e iie Chancellor Konrad Adenauer aeigners Bidault is not charged The Iraqi plan calls for Yemen postwar associate of Bidault in j with violating any German law Ijeclions I All who spoke agreed that the in the kitchen at thc Hemlock school Faught son of Mr and Mrs wartime British prime minister Elvis Faught had been asnow 8S would be recorded as signed to work for Mrs of thc outstanding states men of history He also was ilaudcd as author historian ar jtist philosopher and war cor respondent But a few members expressed concern that the privilege of U iS citizenship might be diluted feared that the action first of its kind might set an unde sirable precedent So on the roll call which thc hospital incident curred some 150 the close ally of De Gaulle tried to ews in a nu V r political and are not extraditable There was speculation in Paris also that De Gaulle does not want ito give his enemy a chance to air his antiGaullist views in a court iroom Prospective places of residence for Bidault are scarce Italy ex said he was statement for the Defense Department The subcommittee is investi gating alleged political influ ences in the award of a SB5 bil lion contract for revolutionary DES MOINES fighter piano to Gcn Bradley chosen for roads post Harold Hughes Tuesday nomi nated Harry J Bradley Jr 40 DCS Moincs Democrat to fill an unexpircd term on the Iowa Highway Commission He is a former member of the commis sion If confirmed Bradley would serve the remainder of the term of thc late Howard B Hclschcr 58 Cedar Rapids Democrat who died Feb 27 The term expires June 30 1965 Hughes also nominated Frank oral Dynamics Corp Fort WorthTex and Grumman Air craft Bclhpage N Y over the Boeing Company of Seattle Wash the sole competitor McNamara told McClcllan that one difficulty with the as a unanimous affirmation of FAUGHT love and respect for Sir Winston angered by her criticism of histhere were scattered and re moves sponsors had Means 65 Manilla Repub course of the hearings to date was that neither the committee members nor thc public have an overall framework in which titty can put the testimony of indi vidual witnesses in perspec tive contract went to General lican for a twoyear term onDynamics after top civilian of work He followed her to the vegetable room dragged her to a table where a 10inch butcher Pound sags in value British pound sagged in value after a selling wave swept Europes currency ex changes The pound was being quoted against the US dollar at 8279 about a cent below Monday nights closing price of S2SO Admits he slew family MANCHESTER demented father beat his entire family his wife and four children to death with a hammer Joseph Simichak 39 a former mental patient and onetime Connecticut policeman gave himself up to police 17 S recognizes Syria WASHINGTON United States officially recognized the new rebel government of Syria 20 escape crash landing right landing wheel of an East ern Airlines DC7 collapsed as the craft touched down at rainslicked Logan Airport while landing an a flight from Washington None of the 20 aboard was hurt FDR Jr regains license Delano Roosevelt Jr is legally back in the drivers seat He passed his District of Columbia driving lest and won back his license Roosevelt 48 had gone 29 months with a suspended license for traffic violations Tries to strengthen ties Kennedys special envoy Livingston T Merchant conferred with British lead ers for two hours here to try to narrow Anglo American differences on a proposed multilateral Polaris nuclear force for the western alliance polled him several months ago and told him not to return Switz erland barred him Monday say ing he is leading a conspiracy against a friendly government Britain is not likely to admit him I after the furor over the BBC teeson in cast of an interview with him last3000 j knife was lying and during a struggle plunged the knife into her chest gretful noes The final count was 377 to 21 with 5 members voting presentBASE Calif Air Force thc commerce commission Ifjcials of the Pentagon over iruled military leaders who had ATLAS LAUNCHED recommended a c c e P t a nco of VANDENBERG AIR FORCE Boeings proposals for building Thc issue now goes to thcilaunchcd an Atlas ICBM toward tho Ajr Force and thc Navy the supersonic plane for both Senate week Bidault is living in a Dutch He said he returned to his kitchen duties after dragging the body into a corner Faught has been held in the pcnitentiarv at Fort MadiT IT t tlowa House approved 1010 and lcu appeal 11 sent to thc Senate Tuesday a bill setting a mandatory retirement decisionIagc Of 75 for pjstrict and Su Judges retirement age bill passes DES MOINES UPI The The unanimous 80 i written hy Chief Justice Theojpreme Court judges The mea ncwsmnns villa in thc village ofldorc G Garfield Ames said thejsure was put at the top of the Steinebnch southeast of Munichtrial judges error was inadjlist by thc steering committees A police guard keeps wntch at hisjvertanl no doubt but it wasfirst calendar and won approval request i nonetheless an error iwith virtually no debate an unspecified target area Mon day night in what was described as a routine training launch SAME Portions of earlier testimony at closed hearings were released by thc subcommittee It indi cated that Boeing offered to build thc plane at less cost than General Dynamics Thc subcommittee Monday ac cepted a letter of apology from Arthur Sylvester assistant De fense secretary who earlier had questioned the fairness of the groups hearings Sylvester had charged state selfinterests of various members of the com imittee SI MILLION MOTEL This architects sketch of the 100room Holiday Inn motel to be constructed in Mason City this summer I gives an aerial view of the site on Highway 18 West near Cliftons i Super Market The entrance the highway is to the left in the sketch The area for convention facilities for 500 persons is in the foreground There will be ample parking space as well as a servicd station and commercial area   

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