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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 4, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             Hughes defends veto See story on page 2 Criminals show new wrinkles U Loaded dice are electric By JAMES E WARNER New York Herald Tribune News Service WASHINGTON The FBI the Secret Service and Police Departments around the country think theyre smart and most of them are but the criminal world keeps coming up with new wrinkles in attempts to con found the cops Heres one new gimmick you and perhaps many police of ficers and some gamblers havent heard about Recent innovations in dice control include a small tran sistor transmitter built into the dice It is similar to those used in remote controls for opening garage doors Loaded dice have been used for centuries but a p p 1 y i n modern electronic devices to them illustrates how criminals are keeping up to date although this particular device has not appeared in a Space Age comic strip There was no indication that such electronically loaded dice are being used in legal gambl ing casinos but rather that they are used by hustlers and smartmoney boys in illegal games How to use coinoperated lockers in terminals and other heavily travelled places for il legal purposes how to use tele phones without detection in some cases for handling num bers games and other gambling bets and an almost foolproof method of raising the value of travelers checks are among other new criminal methods of which the FBI warned police throughout the country A large ring operating in large cities used an almost fool proof method of raising the value of travelers checks They were successful in cashing ap proximately worth of these altered checks over a fourmonth period before their apprehension Their method was to purchase several checks for a minimum amount of money each but to include large figures such as eight and nine They would then carefully cut out the figures from all the chocks and re place them rearranged to raise the amount to a substantial sum The figures were cut with a sharp cutting tool and replaced the use of a little moisture around the edges of the inserted numeral and pressed firmly into place with a hot iron The in sertion of the numbers was done so neatly that detection through normal observation was very difficult In most instances the inserted numbers would stay in place even after the checks were processed through IBM machines The use of coinoperated lock ers to perpetrate crime is be coming commonplace in some FROM OVR WIRE SERVICES Disease spreads SAN DIEGO An outbreak of meningi tis spread to a second re cruit company at the naval training center A member of Recruit Com pany 118 was stricken with the infectious dis ease and was taken to naval hospital in critical condition Hoffa urges SAN Teamsters union presi dent James R Hoffa pro posed that t h e nations union adopt a common contract expiration date Hoffa said that the com mon expiration dates might be necessary to balance an attack on un ions in congress Drops NASSAU The Bahamas govern ment Thursday dropped charges against 17 Cu ban exile raiders cap tured on nearby Key Norman returned their guns and released them to return to Miami A U S Coast Guard plane hovering over Nassau harbor indicated the ex iles who also are being permitted to leave on the Violin III the converted warship with which they were seized will be es corted to Miami Work stops NEVADA TEST SITE picket line was set up by workers at this atomic proving ground Thursday for the sev enth time this year and a spokesman said all crafts appeared to be honoring it Study missile Curtis LeMay Air Force chief of staff has told a Senate committee that the United States could build right now a mis sile that could knock out enemy military satellites or space weapon plat forms However LeMay said the antisatellite missile is in the study stage SHARP WORDS A swordwielding s a proNasser demonstration at Damascus Airport to welcome an Algerian delegation visiting Svria for talks on Arab unity with the nations revolutionary regime The Algerians previously had talked with Arab unity groups in Cairo and Baghdad In featherbed dispute JFK wards off railroad strike idP WASHINGTON Iff The possibility of a nation ide railroad strike is off for at least 60 days with tresident Kennedys assignment of a top level panel to help solve a long work rules controversy The President created the emergency board in what has be come known as the great featherbedding dispute late Wed terms of the Railway Labor This requires 30 days he board to draft settlement proposals and another 30day period for negotiations Neither side is bound to accept he settlement proposals but such iublic findings in the past have the University of Wisconsin and later counsel to former President Harry S Truman The other two board members are law Prof Nathan Feinsinger usually become the basis for even ual solution The betting odds in he rail industry against a strike re 100 to 1 A spokesman for the five labor nions involved representing L o Chancellor Clark Kerr of the Uni versity of California The trio especially Kerr and Feinsinger have had wide experi ence in helping settle a variety of labor disputes for many years Rosenman served vcu on a pnvprn ome 00000 ontrain rail board that handed doS rec aid the unions hope the emerommendations to the adon ency board will supply the necesjtion of companvpaid ary impetus toward collective the steel industry a trend that The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 103 MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY APRIL 4 1963 10c a copy No 47 Att Truce talks falter After 26 die in Argentina Urges stiffer penalties for bigtime peddlers WASHINGTON UPI A notic and stimulant drugs which presidential commission calledare subject to abuse Thursday for a nationwide Among these the report in crackdown on illicit drug trafeluded the barbiturates the Uc through a massive and the socalled on bigtime smugglers and peddlers An interim report to President tranquilizers The report said longterm prison sentences now meted out tion of all habitforming hyp BUENOS AIRES Loyalists and rebel chiefs failed Thursday to arrange a truce to end the Argentine navys threeday up1 rising against President Jose Maria Guido The loyalist army commander said he had ordered forces to attack the last reb el stronghold j Army Commander in Chief Juan Carlos Ongania announced Fair FrL he failure to reach agreement on a truce after an hourlong meeting of loyalist military chiefs and rebel fleet commanIowa day Lows Thursday night 28 the 50s S the 50s Minnesota Mostly fair and der Rear Adm Eladio Vazquez Ongania said his loyalist tank rorces were under orders to pro ceed to the last rebel strong lold the big navy base at Puer o Belgrano 350 miles south of icre Informants said Vazquez had utlincd in a 45minute talk with GlobeGazette weather stigueta conditions under which up to 8 am Thursday be navy would withdraw from he revolt now in its third day The death total was placed un fficially at 26 including an armed civilian killed by an army Fair through Friday 4000 now out of Cuba Wants more Russ to go WASHINGTON ifl President Kennedy said the report estimated Wednesday gins to open the door to underitiat 4000 Soviet troops hava standing about users of narcofbeea Amoved from Cuba in the tics and abusers of the law nionth or so This would suggests forcefully the dangers jmean a total withdrawal of which confront the American about 9000 the height of people in this difficult area heUie Cuban crisis said j Kennedy told a news confer The president promised thatcnce he continues to hope that federal departments and agenjmore will be withdrawn Tha cics would study thc report i United States he said will keeo Kennedy said the government3 close watch on the situation w v nvj iiUJlUU UlJL Kennedy also recommendedjto all drug offenders with no strict federal regulation ofjchance for parole or probation manufacture sale and distribulshould be relaxed for small time peddlers and persons caught in possession of drugs but not selling them would cooperate fully on a final r i n n llll VIUJ4II rilUrtV Lows Thursday night in lowrcport while givinS special at 30s Warmer Fridav jntenllon now to a proposed sevenpoint interim program of action it included A master plan of research The Soviets stilt have some thousands on the island the President said He mentioned 21000 as the estimated peak number at the height of the crisis This suggested the total i i i aim ymu ui lebuaicii iiiis suygcsiCU Hie total warmer through Friday Lowsjby the federal government to now in Cuba may be around Thursday night 253S how big the drugiOOO But Kennedy said the patrol in the northern province of Jujuy The army has warned re peatedly that any civilians caught vith weapons looting or staging demonstrations would be shot Shots rang out ih Buenos vhen loyalist leaders emergec rom Government House after iscussing the rebel truce terms ut no casualties were reported witness said the shots came two speeding cars Each side claimed victory but ic situation was confused by con icting reports Maximum Minimum At 8 am Sunrise Sunset data 43 27 3L determine how big the drugW0 But Kennedy said abuse problem is where it exfigures arc estimates ists and how it can be handled Warm trend for Iowa Another abrupt change i Iowas weather was in store this time for the bet T A warming trend was due to move into thc state after a cole Canadian front carrying strong vinds sent temperatures tumb Guido s government announced ling below the freezing mark in spread to other industries A strike had been threatened early next Monday morning That argaining of the issues involved here has been very little real argaining so far in the fouryear ispute Kennedys three man board was tne date the railroads had will open hearings here a Iset for putting into effect the man from today is headed cuts they have been trying amuel I Rosenman former jto achieve for many years to elim iew York Supreme Court justice inatc wnat they say is feather is a onetime counsel and chief bedding costing them some peech writer for former Presi ent Franklin D Roosevelt and miilion a year needless cost The unions have hotly disputed areas ATot only have lockers been used to store bookmakers rcc SEC report spurs stock market rally NEW YORK gentleto companies whose stocks sell on tone of the Securities andjthe overthecounter market the the i efficient of any inciustrv ednesday that the rebels were urrendering after being pushed ack in heavy fighting in the South The rebels promptly said Vaz quez is not coming to surrender He will only negotiate a truce Expects extended legislative session MARSHALLTOWN wi RCp David Stanley RMuscatinej said Wednesday night he see how the Iowa Legislature can get its work done and a but thc extreme southeast corner of thc state early in the clay The warming was to begin in northwest Iowa during the after noon and spread over the state Thursday night and continue on Friday By Saturday tempera tures were expected to be back to very comfortable levels fore casters said On the inside carrier claims maintaining num ju rail work force is thc mosthomc about May 15 He in Hie dismissed as not realistic anv Editorials page 4 Society News 891011 nation The overall total of of adjournment in workers has been cut nearly inApriil ancl saic tne legislatures half in a 15year period now be duty is to stay in session until ing less than 700000 The unions ue havo of all major say the carriers want to pare tax and further to 350000 liquor problems North Iowa News Latest Markets Mason City News CubGazette Comics Clear Lake News 15 U U17 19 20 26 Addiction to narcoticssuch as heroin marijuana and cocaine is but one problem There also is increased abuse of danger ous drugs that arc nonaddic harm the users and tive but society Formation of a special justice department unit of investigator and lawyers to launch a mas sive attack upon all wholesale illicit traffic in drugs Big time racketeers have to a dis turbing extent shielded t h e m seives from arrest and prosecu tion thc report said They are skillful ruthless and well financed They can be brought to justice only by prosecutors vho understand how to unmask their operations Legislation for strict federal control of all drugs which are President discussed the So vict troops in Cuba in response to a question He often opens his meetings with reporters with one or more announcements but this time he had none Another question was about difficulties of preventing hitnnd run raids against Cuba by exiles Florida has a long coast he said commenting that it was hard to police every inch of the coast line But he said it was necessary to make the effort to halt the nedically useful but have a po cnlial for abuse resulting in jsychotoxic and antisocial be lavior These drugs ranging rom habitforming stimulants o tranquilizers by law can be dispensed only by medical pre scription but there are none heless extensive illicit sales Preparation by the Depart ment of Health Education and Velfare of informational mate ial to provide thc public and fie professions with ac urate knowledge on narcotic nd drug abuse and combat the lisinformation that is so preva SWASTIKA OUTLAWED MIAMI BEACH Via Jty council passed a resolution prohibiting the display of the Nazi swastika or the hammer and sickle raids which he said appeared to be ineffective yet threatened o draw the United States into a var We think thc United States ought to have some control in tha matter Kennedy said The President said he wanted to contrast these actions with the actions of some 100 to 500 mem bers of the Bay of Pigs invasion group who had joined the US armed forces for proper training Kennedy said he knew the Cu bans wished to be free and we wisn to help them But he said there should be a careful dis tinguishing between those actions which helped and those which dered the movement to freedom Asked about Pentagon use of detectors in connection with an investigation of a news leak Ken nedy said I think it was a mis take to suggest a lie detector or Polygraph And said he thought Secre Dcfoiusc Robert S Mc decidcd it was an error Exchange Commission report see no reason why there ate i i caUM WrTiy TliCrG ords and stolen goods but also Wednesday spurred the stock marshould be more than one standard to exchange obscene material kct to 1963 highs and customer Unemployment shows decrease W m he industry he sca However most Wall Strectersjing he believes the same adjusted unemployment smut j were cautious in their initial apjsliould apply to overthecounter dropped in March to 56 material from a customer the prasal saying they preferred atrading and to thc exchanges IP cent of the work force It hf vLi hC carcful study 0 thc fiH James E Day president of the bigscst monthly drop in n is stock which is usually kcptAolumc 1600page report whichMidwest Stock Exchange in than four years ai a location other than hiscalled for a halfdozen pieces of cago said i The Labor Department re place takes it to a places it to protect the public Although a preliminary Thursday there aj G Keith Funston president ofiindicates a number of areas wheresubstantial and cxtrascasonal I f nO T71 L t i I I in u L ui i nji t jtne New Stock Exchange proposed regulations rules anddeclincs in unemployment and his customer said it will begin immediately a formulas coud very well be in emplovment for prearranged time and locacareful study of the recommendationed we would agree that all March nrriorrCaCCIVOS for thclions But he hinted that thc exj suggestions deserve full considera oraer and turns the key to thc change opposes any new regulation locker over giving him legislation by Congress exact location of the locker Thus does the deal in smut dispose of his product with little convincodbased on its chance of being suspected vigorous observed by the police Said Funston The exchange Unemployment dropped from 4918000 in February to 4 Though it pointed out what it50IOQO in March a decline of called grave abuses he There is usually little o Congress generally cha securities business a good of year The 119000 higher than a year ago however or that vigorous selfregulation inof combination with enforcement of jexisting securities laws is the key Stock prices rallied to the high to maintaining a healthy responest level in nearly a year Turn stvc and efficient market place over was 466 million shares the ST Minn rpn and to serving the public since Feb 13 while vol St Paul boy went for a wild Edwin D Etherington president umc was 447 million jride Wednesday which nearlvi of the American Stock said his organization wit need to study the report and ex NEAR TRAGEDY Minn UPI A Associated Press average of I ctlded aslcflP 2 death He rescued was fasti in a1 thC 5C thc APAn of average an estimated billion fu t fact of r ls was given the President said To another question Kennedy said he would have to study the recommendations of the Securities and Exchange Commission before he could say whether he would support its proposals for new laws and regulations dealing with the securities industry Asked to comment on the Ko resn situation and continuation of military rule there Kennedy said U is our hope that a situation will develop which will permit the blossoming of democratic rule But he said conversations have not finished and the final rieci is up to the people of South Korea AS of today hc added the situation is not clear Kennedy was asked abort former President Dwisht D Ei senhowers view that the Ken nedy budget can be cut and ttnt money is being wasted in the space program Thc President replied that Ei jsenhower had consulted Maurice Stans who was Fisenhowvrs jget director and this was the imin under whom the nation hid jtho highest reuYtme defkit ia its historv SAME Francisco commented onstocks listed on the Now proposals to extend SEC controlsStock Exchange emploe at he Products Comoanv res OX A DARK NIGHTJohn L 83yearold one tjme un1011 labor poses with a k 10yearold boy had crawled iinto the box and fallen asleep j l Lewis said on viewing the painting Tti hate on a dark night and in a close Phototax place to meet a man of that character The veteran union leader was honored at a luncheon of the National Coal Policy Conference a trade organization he founded In 19511 He board chairman of the CUPID GOES ASTRAY LOS ANUKLES UTI Ao tress Shoila Connolly 32 rc jccived a divorce Wednesday iiom uUr Cuy Madison 40 oomplaiJt in court that arch jery seems lo be his only   

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