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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 1, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             Crashes claim 6 lives See story on page 3 The newspaper that mokes oil North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 103 MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY APRIL 1 1963 10c a copy No 44 One Mens Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL Editor and Publisher BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO mom pm Sun ROI Ames 610 am Tues Quincy fl30 Pm Iowa Cilj 910 pm Sat ews in a Utshell things These are the 1 believe T COME NOW TO THE END of 20 years of onceaweek commentaries The words Ive spoken in these quarter hour talks would fill at least 20 books of conventional novel length Subjects have ranged from the love life of the honey bee to mans place in the scheme of things Ive really covered the waterfront It would be me hasten however to say Im not suggesting it to browse through my threefoot tall pile of typewritten manuscripts and either identify my credo or dis cover that I dont have one I have told not only all I know but all I even suspect Most of the time since March 19 1943 when I launched my series of broadcasts my little network has included two state university stations Conscious of the obligations thus implied if not actually imposed I prob ably have tempered my preach ing more than I otherwise would have done My abiding belief in the Fa therhood of God and the Broth erhood of Man has been stated more than once Corollary to this is my belief that there is a Goddirected evolution always upward The gift of an intellect and a conscience made man a partner of the Supreme Architect in this evolutionary process of which I speak With Grove Patterson of the Toledo Ohio Blade whom I was proud to call my friend for many years I cant bring myself to believe that this Su preme Architect would build FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Chicago to vote CHICAGO Chicago elects a mayor Tuesday with Richard J Daley the Democratic incum bent making a bid for his third fouryear term against the challenge of Republican Benjamin S Adamowski The Demo crats have held the Chi cago mayors office for the last 32 years and most political observers rank Daley as the favor ite in Tuesdays mayoral election Popularity fades BONN A new surge by the opposition Social Democratic part y in state elections under scored the fading of Chancellor Konrad Ade nauers popularity with West Germans The So cialists made a relatively large gain in Sundays Rhineland Palati n a t e state balloting while Adenauers Chr i s t i a n Democratic Union showed a drop Budget trimmed President Kennedy cut from his new budget request for the U S Information Agen cy Kennedy now has eliminated a total of from the record budget he sub mitted to Congress in J a n u ary for the 12 months starting July 1 OK memorial for Dr Waiter Bierring DES MOINES pri vately financed memorial to the late Dr Walter Bierring former Iowa health commissioner Drys unveil liquor bill DES MOINES drympinion of Rep Harold Fischer forces hquorbythedrink bill RWellsburg chairman of thc was circulated in the lowalHouse Utilities Committee House Monday as a Senate com mittee headed by a wet pre pared to bring out a bill for legalizing acrossthebar sales of alcohol The dry bill would set up British warship assists Other groups wont stop FROM OVR VVIRK SKRV1CES MIAMI A British warship guided by a US Navy patrol plane intercepted and captured a Cuban exile raiding party en route to Cuba Sunday it was re ported Monday A spokesman for the exile group the Cuban AntiCornmuj nist Army announced the in terception and seizure here He said the raiding unit was board cd by a detachment of British Negro marines under command tof a white officer and taken un The bill would give the Statefder escort to Nassau Commerce Commission authority it va no of SKlm rateS and SerVkeS of public utility companes antWastro exile The measure squeaked through jCuba since the new Washington f Mew York Mirror New Yorks Again iiWell Seeing We An After 114 Dan I i I OPEN COVES I JC Ym rtv loik City nounce their first appearance n four New stands since the costly Printers strike morning newspapers an started 114 days ago receipts one a 10 pei sales tax and the other a 5 per Bosrttoe raider ws one RAIN cent occupational tax The bill also provides for an nual license fees ranging from at am Tuesday two naval units enroute to at tack Cuban shipping Iowa is one of only a few states He said the unidentified com to and a bond j with no state regulation of of the second raidin which are standard in most byties Attempts have been made iirunit still at lare in the Carib tliedrink measures thus far legislative session for more bean reported the seizure and gesled a decade to establish suchsaid he would not surrender toi As presently drafted there lack agreement Anybody no provision for local option but Lf1Knir vnrous segments ot His 31foot patrol craftNorth Iowa Mostly cloudy oc sponsors said they in l industry has foifcd searching out a Soviet tanker casional showers thunder elude a provision for communij j reported in the vicinity will re ties to vote themselves dry I GrouPs announcing the com5151 seizure even by US Navy The bill also provides Saturday included the commander report The bill also provides Saturday included the comi1 enforcement division within theiLeague of Iowa Municipalities jed state liquor control Association of Rural Elec The crackdown state liquor control commissionlovva Association of Rural Elec The crackdown on commando headed by an attorney the six major raids won approval of Senate a staff of five companies but a defiant newly Northwestern Bell Telephone Coformcc1 antiCastro group de mi T Pln it n storms through Tuesday con tinned mild humid Lows Monday night low 50s Highs Strike is over Presses mar in N Y again NEW YORK APINew York Citys 114day newspaper strike has would have sistants Consideration being giv en to including a requirement The Iowa Association of pendent Telephone Companies and u bcSin strikes at Mexic0 J illlU r that some kind of alcoholism officials of the municipal power iflke Mansfiekl DMont education be offeredat t h e plant group also approved thecle Senate Majority leader and high school and roller asrepmpnt Everett M Dirksen R high school and college levels the sponsors said forcement which handles liquor Scn Everett M Dirksen R IlL the minority leader agreed Tuesday mild 70s Mostly cloudy occasional w e r s thunderstorms through Tuesday continued owa shower s with the roar of presses and the busy sounds of 19000 newspaper employes back at work A series of labor disputes had shut down the papers for nearly mild and humid Lows months and cost the citvs i forcement which handles liquor The bil as Passed by the Senate Lobo told thc measures in the house Fisher woulcl renuire the utility serving anilNcws tms new organiza is a member of the committee thc citv to buv out for cash f operate heavily member of the committee which is headed by Rep Sam Robinson RGuthrie Center j annexed area within four years Another of the sponsors Rep Under the compromise each admitted thc was a dry liquor bill other companys facilities In thearmeci from Mexico coastal areas and attack Cuba bound Russian vessels wherever they can be found day night mid 50s north to near 60 south Highs Tuesday 75 to 80 Further outlook Mostly cloudy Wednesday cooler rain ending Minnesota Mostly cloudy showers Continued mild highs Tuesday in 60s FiveDay Iowa Temperatures will average near normal west and 2 to 5 degrees above normal east Monday night through Saturday Normal highs are from the lower 50s north to the upper 50s south Normal minimums arc from lll 1IT V 2 economy an estimated mil its The United States has jown area for six years After that Cuba will some iday be the spokesman beginning of the period turn nj uiy juquui UU1 f V Rather than just sit back11 thc cornPan in the annexed bc frce tne spokesman and criticize we decided to take area isn l given a franchise Cubans arc being a position approach and draft aithe cityil would sel1 ts facilitiesimassacrccl herded into dun serving the city m thcir homeland without i n t t V r near 30 north to the upper 30s south It will be mild at the bill with strict controls to point out what we would accept in a liquorbyt h edrink measure Hagen said In other House action legis considered a compromise On the inside approval of the Iowa Exccutivcibill dealing with state regula Editorials Paqe 4 where m ui a ILU Md m stairway leading no Council Monday The of public utilities consist of new drapes car A compromise reached over lion Newshungry inhabitants of this newsmaking city bought up the papers almost as fast as the pres Britain US submit test treaty GENEVA AP The United States and Britain submitted to the 17nation disarmament confer ence Monday a summary of their Wi pt1 1UU 111111 ir f ing cooler by midweek for a treaty to ban nuest and costliest in fall will average 75 of an clear testing history began Dec of the period GlobeGazette jccted the onrepeated asser tion that man is a fighting mal To the exact contrary Inhere have do main deepest instinct in human kind is the instinct for peace not war This premise was at the cen ter of my opening commentary two decades ago March of Although the outcome of World War It was by no means decided I predicted victory for the frce world and a peace or ganization which would permit America to make amends for Its role in scuttling the League of Nations It was my contention then as it has been many times since that people in most of our world arc entitled to belter government than they have had In a true democracy such as ours of there arc few get almost j precisely what they deserve But for ninetenths of the worlds population this rule is not ap plicable Not in modern times certain ly and probably never have those who must do the fighting and the dying been responsible for our wars The decision is made by those far removed from the fighting and the dy ing In this I find the most compelling argument possible for a quest for lasting world peace through a system of en forceable law It may be a faroff goal but there can bc no security room of the of public health en utilities enhanced Thc the agree bills to the o t for cash or properties anv aPParnt effort by thc free world to fulfill the US Mansfield said there have been reports that as a result of the raids Fidel Castro hasjup to 8 am shot a number of Cubans inside Minimum Sunrise Sunset 78TH BIRTHDAY LONDON Clem lentinc Churchill wife of Sir Winston Monday celebrated her i7Sth birthday quietly with her fall will average 75 of an inch occurring early in the period and again near thc end Cuba Clear Lake News 67 News 1011 1314 Latest Markets Mason City News 1617 the North Iowa News 20 Ifamily GlobeGazette xvoathcr up to 8 am Sunday Maximum Minimum weather data 72 41 5 50 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum ses could print them Normally 5l4 million copies are printed daily but the sale of Mondays editions was more than brisk I never sold papers so fast ia my life said a Bronx news deal er I was passing them out likt a robot Two morning Times and Herald to the stands Sunday night at doable their prestrike price The papers said greatly increased costs forced a rise from 5 to 10 cents the first increase since 1946 other morning tabloid News and the mained at a nickel The afternoon papers retained their preshut cents for the Man hattan papers and 5 cents for the Long Island Press and the Long Island StarJournal The Press which published its Long Island edition throughout the strike raised its Sunday price from 15 to 20 cents The newspaper this citys S with They urged the Soviet Union to strike of printers It ended Sun negotiate on the broad issues But da wnen 317 Soviet Delegate Semyon K Tsar apkin ignored the summary and members of the last of three un ions that joined the restated the Soviet position had10 accept a new contract with the three onsite inspections a year are enough to check on suspected treaty violations Tsarapkin declared great prog Publishers Association of New York City Only four of the citys nine major papers actually were struck U u MVikMfcinj L4Vn ress in seismic detection Times News WorldTele niqucs had been made in the Sun and JournalAmeri United States in the past year butlcanTne Post Herald Tribune this has been concealed from island Press and public to obstruct the Island StarJournal suspend data lions cd publication voluntarily The negotiations are deadlocked by the Soviet refusal to discuss Hughes signs brucellosis trucks bills DES MOJNES UPOGov Harold Hughes Monday signed two bills into law including a bovine brucellosis control meas On March 4 the Post left tha ranks of the publishers and re of legislation This law represents the en ivi vjcii vllit lijo iv any inspection procedure unless publication For the past the West first commits itself to a27 printed and sold maximum of three onsite inspeci750000 copies a day more than lions a year and Ihree automatic double ts normal circulation The first paper on the streets was the largest in the country with a daily circula tion of nearly 900000 The Mirror after heralding the good news with a fireworks display an nounced on its front page New Yorks alive again Shortly thereafter the Daily whose daily circulation of seismic stations on Soviet terri tori Showers come with April 1 The first day of April lived s X t VJ1 I I VI ure he hailed as a major piece up to its reputation rvf I with showers Baruls showers and thunmore than 2 million is the largest its first ap Turn to Page 2 Please rnn Tc Kennedy and play maie bally Fay hurry to board the car with their parents during Sundays tour of the Gettysburg Battlefield The Kennedys visited GetlysbiW with rtary Uie NaVy UmJ MrS Fav nun ivpi ino cn vi actment of another portion Of derstorms moved into the tnc countrv my program thc and southern counties VVIth a governor told his news conferwerc to continue occai ier that encc isionally through Tuesday Some 1Ve S for you I am certain that this law1JShl showers fell at scattered1 The flrst were snapped will lead to greater wealth around the state Sundayllp m mmiltes Iowas cattle industry and tonSht most of them in the Oh What a Beantiftl better health for all ancl eastern counties jnc proclaimed Hughes said Its passage is Jir on the front m ine keeping with Iowa s position satc temperatures Herald Tribune An editorni ex a leading agricuUural state climbed toward highs of the mid pressed thanks tx Hughes also signed into law705 ln ne soutn he low 70s p the 5560 foot truck lenpth the north The measure permits the use of regular semitrailer rigs up to J55 feet long to operate on paved highways at least 22 feet wide Motor vehicle and boat car riers and double bottom units consisting of a tractor and two fourwheel trailers may have a combined length of 60 feet They also are restricted to jpavcd highways at least 22 feet iwide Thc old limit was 50 feet ifor any type truck SAME DATE 1962 94 mediated tho strike and came up with formula which eventually won ac jceptance of all the unions in volved The Times News and Mirror all commented editorially that tha strike proved the need for tetter i machinery in the field of labor j management relations No one wins a strike of this dimension said the Times not not management and cer jtamly not the public It must not occur again 0   

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