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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 27, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             Medical tax bills studied See sfory on page 3 The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 103 MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY MARCH 27 1963 OOc a copy No 40 The Lost of Cuba Exiles have fun too By JOE SACKRIDER North Iowa Mostly fair and warmer through Thursday Lows Wednesday night 3645 Highs Thursday 6673 t Seas northeast Red conclave is a failure Unveils survey results A wide belt I north of here j FKOM ont VVIRI SKRVICKS MIAMI Fla hottest selling phonograph record among Cuban exiles is The Last Fam ily which pokes fun at inhabiMinnesota DES MO INKS State Geologist H Garland Her shey said Wednesday a luiee formation of lava lias been discovered in north central Iowa which could lead to further exploration lor copper and oil Hershcy said the lava forma which is several miles i thick and lies about 1500 feet jbelow the ground is 15 M i IIUVM iu nuti immediately north Iowa Generally fair through Cooled off by militant antiCommunist pressure and a Mason City Thursday Warmer Wednesdayiferryboat ride i The ancient lava formation night lows near 40 northeast Gov Carlos Lacercla of Guanabara State a fierv foe of com fans to thc S0lllh until i munism blocked the oroCisirn becomes about me fjtuvdsiro iMazmans Horn meeting m Hio n de Janeiro and chased them across Rios Guanabara Bav Tucs1 NITEROI Brazil subdued Cuban soliciarifv con ference offered muted support to Fidel Castro Wednesday southwest Further Partly cloudy dav and warm Fri tants of the Red House in Cuba It was inspired by the runaway best seller The First lampooning occupants of the1 While House The Latin version recorded inj Spanish is selling so fast thati Miami stores cant keep it in stock The first issue 3000 copies sold almost immediately and a second 3000 has been issued An English edition is planned Cuban Prime Minister Fidel Castro a wellknown baseball fan likes to play left field of course is the main target warmer midGOs Partly cloudy Highs Thursday in dav night T i i Hersheys Lacerda denounced the conference as subversive Rio policebased on a SlPf MfMPfT i t 4 I i r t 50 miles wide in Dodge area he said FOR SHORT STOPS Clarence Black Burlington Wis studies a compacf parking meter on a Racine Wis street The meter was not de signed for midgets in sports cars it Photofax just got that way when it was installed over a hotel basement extension Some how the stand of the meter penetrated the ceiling of the basement and it sank to its present lowly state bases anyj them hci We do not steal longer we confiscate says In a burlesque of his visit to the United Nations in 1961 Castro is interviewed What do you like about the US Dr Castro I like the Red Cross the Cin cinnati thc impersonator of Castro replies then adds But 1 am NOT a Communist Castros negotiations with New Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average 5 to 10 degrees above normal Wednesday night through next Monday Normal highs are from the upper 40s northeast to the middle 50s southwest Normal lows are from the upper 20si extreme northwest to thei middle 30s southeast Unscaj sonably mild at thc start the period but turning colder by Sunday Rainfall average 25 to 50 of an inch1 m showers over the weekend GlobeGazette Weather Data j up to 8 am Maximum Minimum Sunrise Sunset Wednesday 55 32 39 joblessness rate in Iowa DES MOLVES UPDThe un York lawyer James Donovan overcmPiovrncrit rate in Iowa dur the Bay of Pigs invasion February was the lowest are covered jfor the month since 1959 the Au jlown Employment Security A Havana cail comes to DoneCommission said Wednesday van s office Collect the operThc commission said there ator says Donovan hesitates a were 41000 unemployed per moment before he says Well sons for a rate of 39per cent put t through thc work forcc Febfr js No prisoners wll leave anusually the peak month for un nounces Castro until a jar otiemploymcnt but this rate is the applesauce broken in the last lowest February figure since shipment is replaced 11959 when dipped to Also Fidel wants to exchangers per cent the commission his brother Raul for US Altyjsaid A year ago the rate was ucn hobert I4 Kennedy 40 per cent Bobby Kennedy asks Nonfarm employment declin van want to make him micd less than usualbetween Jan istcr of justice Nitcroi i Gov Badger Silveira of Rio statements are arrested Delegates before nTakc State winch includes Rio and The magnetic survey prompt itakc the fivemile ferry ride seismic probe in North Iowa last August The seismic probe near North ass sr Fewer than 400 Castroitc DKS M01NhS bill tOipasscd by the House but died inand control these ihards finally opened the conferL ootamcdpiiividc local licensing and regjlhe Senate two vears ago deimanv nhuses Irive feuT90 v t suns be published before nearly three houi clubs control passes clubs i naval workers union hall It was more like a capitalisi jtic stockholders meetin a revolutionary reunion June The state sa which lie under of control i hope they will write i run thc Towa ci I vJUIllUfl 111C VC iu n u VMIKI uu were no Cuban flags or lie saic further test and no Havanastyle would an uncertain future to thc Senate where itflooded with mail over there as thc weeklong congress open ed The only delegate of na jtional importance present was I Francisco Juliao boss of Bra izils northeast peasant mg is necessary He estimated the copperbear ing lavas are about 1500 feet below the surface at Mason City and 2000 feet deep at Fort Rep Niels Nielsen DHingstcd noting that a similar bill Living costs tie record uo jij isiciie Opponents of the bill argued thaljsince the key club law was passed its passage at this time might in iy55 Deuman added jeopardize the passage of a liquor by the drink bill the other house in This bill will end the fun that j has been poked at us in this state After debating the brll for two hours Tuesday the House defeat 8113 a move to sidetrack the But Rep William Denman D DCS Moincs chief sponsor of by sending it back to measure said that whether or committee for further study not liquor by the drink is enact ed legislation will be necessary to Ihotofax SOMETHING ABOUT A its thc royal visitor who is the ob ject of all eyes but here its thc other way around Brit ains Princess Margaret has a smiling eyes right for Maj JBD Sharp during pa rade on her arrival at Mini ster West Germany by from London Major Sharp is second in command of thc Diminutive mustachioed Gen Hershoy said there is no Luis Gonzaga Leilc presided aliproof that thc minerals actual thc opening session and read a ly exist in the formation but long statement of Cuban suffer1 he said it would be worthwhile mgs which he attributed tojfor mining and oil v cxv ruary1 as imccs f01 citnisibill to disturb the liquor bv thequor on tllc Premises would be and frosli vegetables condrink issue in auv wav Dcnmanrlbjcct o Cation and control WASHINGTON control key clubs The bill backed by DCS Moines city officials would provide that any club that allows its members Yankee imperialism livery had little fire His make further tests and ploratory drillings lie said the sandstone flanks the lava and that this formation may oil or gas Hcrshcy called the prclimi nary report encouraging i costs tied an alltime high in It is not the intention of this to I1r consume alcoholic li tinued to climb the Labor De Shotgun blasts hit home of Negro GREENWOOD Miss said somo 75 firms have confimpartmont rcllorled Wednesday The department said tho price jindex rose by onetenth of one per cent last month That put it at IOG1 a figure reached onlv sain are trying to give cities Imiuieiary cum or and towns and county boards of for profit could be gr supervisors the power to regulatejeti a cense A minimum pe Two shotgun blasts were fired requested maps and other in jone time Sep TT Wtre IUcajformation on the area At least an jcarly Wednesday into the homcjio of the companies are en of the father of a Negro whojgagod in mining operations tember The departments bureau ofj labor statistics said higher recently was denied admission The for alliaro1 also contrib surveys11 io ltie mcrcisc m living costs The index was 12 per cent above a year aao Oft the inside 1519th Kings Roval Hussars itn KS ii J lto tno University of Mississippi covered by magnetic jNo one was injured by the blastsjcosting with the which shattered j j i y KI u i V 1 LI t lilt Std tC DRAG RACING OUT which shattered glass in a frontand federal governments split INDIANAPOLIS Ind UPI coor arui bedroom window at theting the expense Editorials Society News North Iowa News Clear Lake News Sports Comics Page 4 67 8 1415 1718 20 No Chief telephone answers Fidel 1 hear I hat only two phone calls he raised a million dollars and we can that kind of money down The young man who mimics al most the entire cast is a small gentlemannered Cuban television star Tito Hernandez lie used to work in a Havana radio station with Guillermo Alvarez Guedesl formed the company produci ing the record j Thc company plans to distribute the record in Latin America1 Guedes said a prospective Vene zuelan distributor wrote I could sell 10000 copies of the record immediately but the Communists would kill inc Last of unions approve pact to end N Y strike NTAY YOKK APKight major New York City newspapers blacked out for JlO days arc ex pected to be back on the streets Thursday editions if striking photoengravers quickly ratify a pence pad NiiTotiators fur he Photoen gravers Inioti Weilinstiay nr ccpted conlract terms proposed by Mayor Hubert Wanner and ip provod by of the eis dailies Tiie pluilooncravers vrro thc lasl of tour sinking unions to reacii new work in tho and eolieM news paper uiiowi7 in the citys his juary and February dropping to 677300 This was 14700 February I9G2 Senate Tuesday nasspd a nome of Greene Jr who1 The preliminary report made V VI 11 J l i 1 I ii i hill bill dra A MATTER OF QUESTIONS Atty ten Robert Kennedy and Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara stand in an elevator of he New Senate Office Ruildintr in Washington after an un heralded Kstimatos of the loss cess of 2QO million visit to Sen John Mcrieilan in HArk chairman of the Senate sub i cuniinitteo invesliyaliny award of the was denied immediate ndmisipublic Wednesday covers an IK uidy racing a to university on groiindsjarea of sqtiarc miles An and higiiways The bill his application was report on the possible the governor The case is now pending mineral findings in southwest lmva is expected in about eight works llcrshry said Thc magnetic in uicatod thn on both sides of thc copperbearing lavas there arc deep basins of sandstone which raise the possibility of ueop pockets of oil and gas Hershey said the lava forma ition is similar to the coppor jbearing lavas found in north lorn Michigan Thc copper ore found on thc j northern Michigan peninsula was one of highest grade finds icvcr known j j Thc noromagnrtic data sup ported by gravity information shnws UK coiporloinng lavas in Iowa iro more than 500 mil1 iinn yoars old Thc roport dsn said that iron formations may occur in norin cvral Iowa but no of a nonmagnetic j which would lessen their minj ing valnr Hrrshcy announciMi March that the first promising oil dei posit had boon discovered on tho William F Flynn f a r m near Kcota in Washington County He expressed doubt thc deposit could iio produced at a pnfi hut was encouraged bocTiso it the first find which hai any real hupo wlatsoover of bringing com morcial production to Iowa t I ANOTHER CUBAN FLIGHT MIAMI Pan Amori can DCi carried lVOOO pounds of prisoner ransom supplies to Havana Wednesday and was to bring hack nearly ji American missionaries expelled by the iCistro regime York has pains XASHVILLE TYmi tors said they planned to I hero to a hospital for observation and treatment of severe chest pains Bidault in custody Portugal 1uyitivc former French premier Georees was located by police and taken to headiniarters for quest ionium prior to liis departure for South Midault is tlie underirround leader dedicated to the overthrow of French President Charles de Gaulle said We are trying to give cities iNo Proprietary club or one perm anent local membership of 25 adult members would be required A club would have to pay an annual license fee of to Si000 depending upon the number of members and to post a f l 000 surety bond The local governing body could idopt ordinances regulating hours ami operations of clubs and could revoke licenses for liquor or other law violations The House Tuesday defeated TJ28 an amendment that would jhave exempted veterans organi zations and country clubs This exclusion sought by Kcp James Briles KCorning who said he was concerned about MILill ieniiiiiKile veterans groups ss the American Legion m his home town Uenman said the Briles amend ment would exempt some clubs that now are violating liquor KHVS Opponents said the bn is a back door approach to tlv problem and legal ies sale of liquor by the drink tor onlv a tew Sirt Alvin Yorks doc commit the 75vearold DarinDee separate No divorce plans 7T State of distress DKS MOINKS tlie town of Mechamcsviile in opening the for leirishuive lief for a twoyeai lieup of a Harold a state of distress action to provide re street improvement HOLLYWOOD mtrriago of one and r couples i ha vrn T of oars tor th of sirgrr Bohh actross Sriiira TVe airplane contract Peporter G TFX Milton Kelly of The Associated Press talks to Kennedy MrClellan later said MeXamara irave him questions the sec retary hoped would be asked of wit nesses The senator said the questions which he declined to reveal would be asked Hassan visits Kennedy WASHINGTON Kinvr Hassan II of Morocco conterred with President Kennedy and it was ex pected he would seek further aid for his North Af rican nation Ponders rest home bill DKS MOINFS Gov Harold Huirhes said he was still undecided about siirning a bill to exempt county homes from strict inspection and licensing regulations for nursini homes 1he Senate approved the bill 28120 and the passed it i8l8 U would reiuire only tftal county homes be inspected once a year by representamvs of the fire marshals office and department of health SAME DATE W2   

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