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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 3, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             House OKs utilities plan See story on page 3 Asks laws stronger on stocks To arm French bombers US to supply the warheads WASHINGTON AP The United States this week will arm with nuclear weapons two units of French fighterbombers basec in West Germany but the weap ons will remain under Ameri can control Defense Department sources have disclosed Officials said Tuesday night that the arrangement was worked out WASHINGTON Sein negotiations begun five years curities and Exchange Commisjago between France and the Unit sion Wednesday asked Congress ed States and completed about a or legislation to help correct vear ag0 certain grave abuses in the jublic sale and listing of secur ities but said the business is The delay they said was caused by the time needed to ac ree of overall taint quire lock and key devices by The agency included a rewhich the United States retains quest for laws to require more control of the warheads comprehensive reporting by all The American control is re corporations and the tightening tained through the socalled per of minimum standards to offer missive link system Thus even i A second look at Polaris a Quicktrigger good or bad By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTON The three Polaris subs the United Statesmen of sales sent to the Mediterranean retices on the nations stock exagreements was laid by NATO place Jupiter missiles at North changes stock to the public It accented tighter regulation though a foreign national may be flying a plane equipped with a US nuclear weapon he is unable and disclosure practices for o fire it without an electronic go overthecounter sales of stocksahead from another base That which are not registered witheiectronic permission is kept in either of the major stock exAmerican hands changes officials said this is the ninth The recommendations to Conisuch bilateral agreement between gress were the outgrowth of an the United States and other North lextensive SEC staff investigaAtlantic Treaty Organization conn r fi 11 a Atlantic Treaty Organization bases in Turkey and Italy Militarily the transition is a SEC Chairman William L Gary emphasized in a letter ac companying the report that the government heads in the late 1950s The agreement the sources HANDY WAY TO GET POPPA A Girolamo Scebba unem ployed bricklayer and four of his seven children formed this human barrier across a busy street in Palermo Italy as Scebbas way of Photofax protesting because he was out of work Scebba said he was strik to get a job Hes had several offers so far but is holding out The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 103 MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY APRIL 3 1963 UOc a copy No 46 forward stride In terms of improvements did Western Alliance some doubtnot lhe securities industry us contended that the is inevitable a Pcture of fthe U S nuclei ifraudulcnt activitv ciemeo ot me ub nuciear The weaponry advantages ons would make no change in the hardly need elaborating Al The report demonstrates thatdivergent US and French views though the Jupiters in Turkeyjneither the fundamental strucIon nuclear arms policy became fully operative only of the securities markets July and those in Italy a yearjnor the regulatory pattern of the before that they are alreadyjSecurities acts requires drama obsolescent The 30 Jupiters reconstruction he added Italy and 15 in Turkey were The SEC study stemmed from The United States opposes inde pendent national nuclear forces favoring a multination NATO force Figuring large in President Charles de Gaulles grand de prime targets because of their a staff investigation of the dealsign for France is her own atom fixed sites Moreover the misings of a father and son teamic force He has turned down siles require a countdown beforeof specialists of the AmericanPresident Kennedys offer of Po firing iStock Exchange Gerard F Relaris weapons to be put under eminent announced Wednesday By contrast the nuclear misand Gerard A Re in May 1961 siles of the Polaris submarine They were charged with mul are quick firing and the Vlolatlons of securities deal Revolt in Argentina reportedly collapses FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES BUENOS govond day lapse of the uprising in its secmessage was the first confirma NATO control From Paris standpoint the de 0 livery of the weapons doesnt ships are mobile and reasonably ims elusive The Jupiters The 1600page report climaxweaPOns will not be on French served their purpose at a costmS the most of more than billion of the securities industry there is no question of the 25 years recommended iority of the subs that navy units supporting a revolt of retired army generals lion that Vazquez had been on A Defense Ministry statementUhe rebels side said the official wqrd was re ceived from Rear Admiral Ela have ceased operations in ajdio Vazquez commander of Ar move apparently signalling coligentinas highseas fleet The Establishing standards of What is sometimes called the and respon doublevtjto applied to the fort which ters Italy and Turkey had hst ther stock onc the agree before they could be firedNew lork or Amercan Stock On the inside Obviously this is not at the mo ment true of the Polarisfiring j Exchange Requiring that all firms and submarines They will not evenjndividuals be subject to the au be berthed in the of one of the at least until after the forthllatory agencies in the securities coming Italian elections but industry be based at Holy Loch Scot GraiUing lhfi SEC ciplinary controls over all in con land and in the United States Difficulties in negotiations with Spain caused a plan to CUU them at Rota on the the Natlonal Associa Atlantic coast to be shelved At the present the decision to fire would appear to be an en tirely American one This would NASD in this area Dealers Editorials Page 4 Society News78910 North Iowa News 20 Sports 2324 Comics 26 Clear Lake News 2829 Latest Markets 36 Mason City News 3637 Treger to play at White House IOWA CITY Iowa UPI Charles Treger University of Iowa violinist will appear in a concert at the White House April Providing the commission16 it was announced Wednes with intermediate day over all firms and individuals Treger who gained interna 15 competition in make final arrange mean it would be really that of tmnai the President of the United UsinS current selfregulatory ona States Presumably some to correct certain of NATO guidelines will be cesses in tnc salcs techniques roiana worked there is increasing speculation Allowing SEC regulations ofMrs Alben BarkleVi of about the wisdom of Amencanjthe operators of quotations systhe late Vice President in Wash proposals for multilateral tems who cover rj c and interdependent nuclear ter wholesale quotations j forces for NATO Race housing bill rejected in Berkeley BERKELEY Calif AP A proposed city ordinance that would have made racial discrim ination in housing a possible crim inal offense was rejected Tuesday night by the voters in this uni veisity community The vote was 22720 against and 20323 for There are 111263 residents in Berkeley a community across the Jbay from San Francisco Of these an estimated 23000 are Ne groes Also defeated and by nearly the same margin was a candi date for mayor who supported the ordinance Dr Fred Stripp a lecturer at Berkeleys University of California campus and a min ister Stripp lost to Wallace JS John son a scaffold manufacturer by 22415 to 20473 Protecting the investor Ironi 60 HOUR TWIST HELSINKI Finland UPIV Prof Henry A Kissinger ofbemg victimized by fastrising Harvard University has probed socalled hot ISSUCS by re Seppo HaUsonen21 US policy on nuclear weapons quinng tiat mforniaUon Ramo 16 claimed and NATO deeply and finds it crowded with ambiguities Kiss inger argues that attempts to atrophy British and French strategic nuclear in ex change for a multilateral force that was really supplied by the United States but for which they would share the costs might push our allies to extremes Or if successful we might render Europe the worst kind of Third Force one based on the resentments of the impotent and relying on the manipulations of the irresponsible He urges for the Alliance a political body to define common objccj tivcs and the means to achieve them j Similar arguments are heard in Europe and Great Britain The Yorkshire Post for example suggests that if Lord Home is able to bring the United States around to true interdepen dence President de Gaulle of France will cooperate The problem of how many fingers are on the trigger of NATOs nuclear weapon would appear to be even more a polit ical than military one but US strategic policy continues to be dominated by the Pentagon Greater political discussion might prove fruitful at a mo ment when the Western Alliance is in considerable disarray One good topic would be the reverse of the trigger question How many fingers should be on the NATO safety catch more readily available on the world twisting record of 60 financial future of such firms jhours JEWELRY STOLEN WASHINGTON es timated in jewelry was taken from the motel room of singer Pearl Bailey and her husband drummer Louis Bell tson Tuesday night CALLS TO COMPANIONS Jerry Buchanan 21 American ad venturer with antiCastro sea raiders picked tip by the British frigate Lon donderry calls to companions as they leave magistrates court in Nassau Six AP Photofax teen of the commando were sent to jail for seven days pending investiga tion by British colonial authorities Buchanan was released in S70 bond and his case adjourned on condition he leave the Bahamas by Friday ews in a utshell The ceasefireorder came shortly after government jel aircraft bombed and batterec the big Punta Indio naval air base into formal surrender Wednesday morning Punta Indio near La Plata south of Buenos Aires had beei ROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Denies link The United States categori cally rejected Russian charges that it has en couraged exile r aids against Cuba It also reiterated its opposition to Soviet military in volvement on the is land if Volcano active North Iowa Fair Wednesday night and Thursday Cooler Wednesday night with frost and freezing temperatures lows mid 20s northwest to mid 30s southeast Highs Thursday 5055 northwest to near 60 southeast Further outlook Fair and warmer Friday Russian mystery rocket Landing on the moon MOSCOW new Soviet moon shot hurtled through space Wednesday but mystery shrouded what it specifically is supposed to do The instrumentladen 3130 pound Lunik 4 could give the Rus sians a big lend over the United States in the race to land a man on the moon The American pro gram stung by three spectacular failures last year is far behind schedule but officials in Washing on said there is no need for to panic Scientists speculated that Lunik is intended either to land an Iowa Fair Wednesday night and Thursday Cooler Wed nesday night with frost anc freezing temperatures lows near 30 Warmer Thursday highs in mid 50s the key rebel stronghold Mos mated from seven men killed w Temperature will average 2 to 5 degrees above normal and 17 wounded to 27 killed and wounded came in fighting around Punta Indio Acting Navy Minister Jose Astigueta announced the navys ceasefire decision to newsmen through defense ministry spokesman Juan Brazzola Revolt leader LtGen Benja min Mcnendcz was believed to be at sea a h o a r d the ice breaker San Martin which left Buenos Aires in such a hurry Tuesday night that mooring ropes were severed rather than cast off Gov e r n m e n t sources said loyal air force jets and bombers inmanned observation station on the moon or orbit the moon to take detailed photographs and to gather other data Such preliminaries are Indis pensable to landing a man and a big range of studies must be carried out before man flies there wrote astrophysicist Yuri Llpsky in Pravda However the Soviet government give no hint of Luniks mission Close studies of statements by Soviet scientists who should know turned up few clues Nikolai Barabashov of the Khar Near n o r m al temperaturesikov Observatory mentioned the the first part of the pcnced ar better photographs and a riod becoming much observatory in an article he normal during the latter part wrote for the Soviet news agency Precipitation will average 75 Tass through next Monday Normal highs are from the lower 50s north to near 60 south Normal lows are from the lower 30s north to the upper 30s south Vladimir Siforov a radio engi neering and electronic expert pre to one inch occurring during the latter part of the period Minnesota Clearing continued Lunik4 will help to cold Thursdav Occasionaiiintroduce fanty in potos of the lunar surtace and to measure more accurately the height of the snow Highs in 30s DENPASAR destroyed two fighter planes up to 8 am Wednesday GlobeGazette Weather Datauriar mountains and the depths The smoke cloud pouring from Agung volcano has been increasing and an other eruption is feared in the next two or three days The cloud and the general situation of the volcano are verv similar damaged 18 others damaged two transports wrecked a hangar and knocked out two antiaircraft positions Mencndez who proclaimed his National Revolution carl y Tuesday to block participation by supporters of ousted Prcsi Maximum Minimum At S am Sunrise Sunset 76 35 35 dent Hi an D Peron in thcj to the days before the scheduled June 23 general clec March 17 eruption that tions was believed headed for killed sons and drove more than 70000 from heir homes House to debate tax boost Tuesday DES MOINES UPI Thcj uco unj inej iin nearly 1500 per jM Del Plata 20 miles south oun IJousc Wcdncsd sot 0 Bllcnos Aires iam Tuesday as a special Rebel eviction Tuesday night dpr husincss for the openingj of the craters Lipsky said the physical con ditions on the lunar surface must be studied as well as its soil and its temperature The density and composition of the lunar atmos phere must be analyzed small details of its relief must be photographed and the radiation land seismic conditions deter mined He did not sav how manv of n 4 WlH from Buenos Aires Sugar lost MOSCOW A n t i Castro Cuban rebels who staged a hitandrun raid on the Soviet ship Baku last month de stroyed 10000 sacks of sugar in its cargo but did La Plata round of debate on thc control SirBernard Lovell director of t a v cr tax increase Britains Jodrell Bank Observa latcd thc and the Ro SonUago Base was believed to leave trv to Uie hid on insurgents with onlv a handful U1C tousc wiu ocgm us con i u nf thn hill ic a cum ihC niOOtl intact of coastal points sUll m their siacrauon 01 ine om at a torn hanrfs nnittee of the whole which can After its launching Tuesday Major stronghold still no action Personsthe Russians said the rocket will rebel hands was the Puerto Bcliwno are not rnembers of Vhe leglreach the nren of the moon in rano Naval Base Argentinas1 isiaturc mav bo invitcci to prc34 days presumably iate Friday Targest some 600 miles south of scnt testimony and views on thc or early Saturday The distance jjs about 233850 miles Buenos Aires The bases SatclSmcasurc lite city of Punta AHa and the1 not wound or kill any jargc cit of Blanca 20 Soviet seamen the newsmilcs wcsl of thc bascalsoi paper Moscow Komsomojucc hed by rcbc I A Thc key to further naval ei in resistance appeared to lie in A of thc highsea fleet commanded by Rear Admiral jEIadio Vasquez The rebel said So J the fleet was off the Atlantic viets rejected a Western icoast of Buenos Aires province DES Masonj He also said that Robert Pe protest against attempts included thc 20000ton airCityans reaped profits ranging tcrson farm representative for by Soviet jet fighters to craft carricr Independence and from SI000 to from United Home Bank and orce down with trunfire hpavy DCvestments in Fashion FarmsjTrust Co received a re protest BERLIN The Tells of profits in Fashion Farms Inc force a private British plane in the air corridor to Ber lin Julio and General Bclgrano Seek to increase Minnesota gas tax SAME Irc shortly before the Meserturn on a investment and livestock leasing company Bo yd Hook vice president of out of business it was rethe American State Ban k vcaled in testimony before a Mason City received jfederal court here Tuesday from a investment I Robert Isenscc president ofj Hook had borrowed the money ST PAUL bill to inthe United Home Bank andjfor his investment from the crease the state gasoline tax by Trust Co Mason City testified jUnitevi Home Bank and Trust onc cent is waiting for thc his wife Mary and twoCo and Peterson had borrowed proval of thc Minnesota House0thor Mason City bank cmjhis from the American State Hie bill was approved Tucsdaypi0yes received the profits on Bank Isenseo testified He hud the House highways committhc investments advised the men and his tee Highway officials said the Io inWst it the couuvmv iincrease is necessary so that Mrs Isensee received checks ho Minnesota can match fedcraljloUling on n inj highway funds that will become vestment in the Kashion Farms testimony came out at available The current state yasjhogleasins operation before Judge Key oline tax is five cents a gallontestified Stepheusoa on au application by   

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