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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 5, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             Cant get hot bath in USSR See story on page 3 Focus to fall on Italy Elections JFK visit on tap By JEANNE KUEBLER GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTON Attention of Americans will be directed louarcl Italy this spring by two events The political campaign ending with elections at the endi of April and a state visit to Rome by President Kennedy aft er the election As no break in the leadership of Premier Amintore Fanfani is expected to result from the voting the Presidents visit will enable the two leaders to con tinue the cordial and construc tive conversations carried on when Fanfani was in Washing ton in midJanuary The two leaders agreed then on the advisability of creating a multilateral nuclear force for NATO of admitting Great Britain and other European states to the Common Market of increasing Italian economic aid to underdeveloped nations and of continuing disarmament negotiations The first two points of agree ment showed Italy standing steadfastly beside the United States and other nations in op position to the stand on those matters recently taken by French President Charles de Gaulle When Premier Fanfani returned to Rome he made no secret of his feeling that the talks with President Kennedy had strengthened his political position for the coming election campaign However apart from the con troversial question of possible bases for Polaris missilecarry ing vessels in Italian ports foreign policy is not expected to be a major issue A promin ent domestic issue has been raised by the refusal of the government a threeparty centerleft coalition dominated by Fanfanis Christian Demo crats to implement laws grant ing regional autonomy as pro vided in the constitution and promised to the Socialists last year Another leading question for discussion is economic lack of restrictions on i n d u s t r ial monopolies failure to carry out other economic reforms and a recent rapid rise of prices that has caused labor unrest While the government admits that Italy has a long way to go to catch up economically i with its partners in the Com mon Market Fanfani can point to impressive growth Between 1950 and 1960 the total value of Italian production i n c r e a sed nearly threefold since 1958 Italys growth has topped that of all other Common Market nations Yet because of a low cr base gross national product per capita in Italy is only half that in France and Germany The very high rate of in dustrial production growth 15 per cent in 1961 and 0 per centJ in 1962 is aggravating a longj standing Italian problem the persisting inequality between the industrial North and the im poverished South including the islands of Sicily and Sardinia Development of basic facilities in transportation communica tion and power has not lured private industry to these back ward regions to the extent hoped for when the government launched special efforts in that direction in 1950 Because of the boom in the North the gap be tween the regions in real per capita income has actually widj enrd Failure to achieve a more nearly equal distribution of the benefits of Italys prosperity between regions of ho country and among Italian workers has given the opposition ground for charges that the moderate economic reforms made to date are too little and too late j i FISH STORY AVALON Calif UPH A big school of Mackerel turned the tide of a fishing boat crew The crew netted the fish off Cntalina Island Thursday and prepared to land thorn when Hie ichool took off and overturned the boat FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Harassment ends BERLIN The East Germans ended harass ment of traffic on t h e road to Berlin Friday but a skirmish by East and West Berlin police at the wall kept up the tension West Berlin police said East German border guards fired 10 subma chinegun shots at t o young East Germans making a break over the wall in the dark One made it The other did not and presumably was seized Sign agreement GENEVA Commu nist East Germany of fered Friday to sign a disarmament agreement with W e s t Germany which it said would ma terially contribute to the cause of world dis armament Soviet Nego tiator Semyon K Tsarap kin relaying the offer to the 17nation disarma ment conference accused West Germany of op posing any measures for disarmament Revolt ends BUENOS The Navy was reported Friday to have bowed to stiff submission terms including a deep cut in marine strength and sur render of the Puerto Bel grano base to end Ar gentinas fourday re volt Halts campaign LISBON Former French Premier Georges Bidault has agreed to halt his campaign against President De Gaulle so he can enter Brazil the Brazilian am bassador to Portugal said Friday Russ OK line It The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY telegraph Would ease threat of accidental war VOL 103 MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY APRIL 5 1963 OOc copy No 48 Drive to cut budget million defense chop WASHINGTON AP The budgetcutting drive has picked up momentum on Capitol Hill The Senate Armed Services Committee Thursday chopped out million in Defense Depart jment requests for aircraft mis jsiles and other military hardware But it went along with the House in voting an extra which the administration doesnt want and probably wont spend to speed development of the RS70 reconnaissance strike bomber I Thus after the committee was finished the military procurement bill totaled only S4073 million less than the administration asked The House despite objections of Postmaster General J Edward Day and a barrage of letters and telegrams from postal employes voted a reduction Thursday of in appropriations for the Post Office Department Day warned it might mean a reduction in postal service including no more Saturday deliveries Chairman Richard B Russell DGa called the defense cuts by the armed services committee a very modest reduction in the num bers of aircraft missiles spare parts for them and research de velopment And Friday the House Appro priations Committee stepped up its economy drive by whacking from requested by President Kennedy in emergency funds for miscell aneous federal agencies The 12percent cut in appropri ations for the remaining three GENEVA UPI The Soviet between Moscow and Washing Union Friday accepted the on to ease the threat of American proposal for a hot nuclear war starting by acci iline telegraph or teletype link dent I Sovirf Chief Delegate Semyon K Tiarapkin said the accept ance was the first practical j result achieved in 13 months of negotiations at the 17nation disarmament conference United States Delegate Charles C Stelle warmly welcomed1 the move and called for informal AmericanRussian discussions rsv to work out details of the com HAVANA Minister niunicalions Hnk ovcr whi h Fidel Castro has suspended rePrcsident Kcnnedv and Sovit patnation of American citizens Premier Khrushchev could con seeking to cave Cuba possibly tofcr directly to head off a wir pressure the United States error sending ships for Cubans who Castro suspends repatriation want to leave too The Soviet Union is ready to The suspension order dashed the Accept a direct communication hopes of about 100 either telegraph or tele CubanAmericans and their famXvPe between governments had planned to fly said Miami Friday His mention of telegraph or There was no official explanateetype was in line with US lion for the action The Department thinking A Embassy which represents line telephone hookup be interests here said only that the tween Kennedy and Khrushchev Castro government notified it of was ruled out because of Ihe the suspension order translation problem possibili But a Swiss Embassy sovirceties of misunderstanding in source said MINOR PROBLEM George Gividen left who operates a parachute school in Flemington N J stands with stu Al Photofax Gividen started the for a skydiver school after being discharged from the army paratroopers in 1960 he dent Joseph Kerch Each has only one was denied permission to jump after leg but neither regards it a problem losing his leg in an accident made on three money measures thc aclminstrat ions foreign aid Rusk slams foes of foreign aid WASHINGTON should be opposed resolutely by Kusk blasted who to push until we have achieved a world in which this year It previously pared Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average 5 to 8 degrees above normal Saturday through next Wednesday with only minor daily changes Normal highs are 54 north to 60 south Normal lows are from 32 north to 37 south Rainfall will range from trac es to 25 of an inch occurring as occasional light rain the first of next week North Iowa Fair through Sat urday Warmer Friday night lows 3540 Highs Saturday S 63 Iowa Fair through Saturday Warmer Friday night lows 3540 Highs Saturday low 60s northeast to near 70 southwest Further outlook Partly cloudy nnd mild Sunday Minnesota Occasional cloudi ness and little change in tem perature Highs Saturdav 58 68 Friday as defeatists who propriations for the Interior Dewoulci lct llie Communists begin partment by about 10 per cent Recover body of missing Iowa man DECORAH body of Oscar Hovden 39 was recov to lake over the world Testifying before the House For eign Affairs Committee Husk said thc Communists want Yanks not only to pull out of Europe but also to pull out of all other foreign lands including Latin America If Yanks come home he our the freedom of al secure Rusk said The secretarys statement was thc opening gun in the annual Ontheinsid explained Castro wants delivery direct conversa installments for the Bay1011 other technical pro of Pigs invaders on ships that canjkems ake emigrants to the United Tsarapkin told the conference States on the return trip Recent iFridav tnat With all its ia ransom cargoes have b e e the direct eomnumi brought on ships that icatons link mav nave certain routed on to ports outside thePositivc results United States after calling here j Kllssia is ready now to im The government of Cuba this of com that the decision to send shipsiimimcation between the two which do not return to America before agreement is discriminating against those5 rcacnecl on general and com who want to leave but cannot Pete disarmament he said qualify for repatriation the He said each state should maintain its own end of the link and name the site for it The United States already has said it want its end at the National Safety Center in the Pentagon The Sovicfs have not said where it hoy would like their connection But American thinking is hat jit could be used better at lower llcvcls rather than meroly bc jUveen the Soviet Premier and Editorials Page 4 Society News67 Clear Lake News 7 Mason City News 89 Sports 1112 North Iowa News 15 head Jury rules Powell must pay NEW YORK UPI An all white supreme court jury cidcd Thursday that Rep Adamj rcijKlcnt Clayton Powell Jr veteran Tsarakm stld today the Democratic political power in ets lvc to the New Yorks Harlem libeled f US end of the Negro widow by calling her a in e Safcty Ccn graft collector for crooked cops the Russians have The jury ordered Powell freedom of choice pay Mrs Esther James GG f Each stale shoilld takt tlie S211500 in actual and mcans of safcgHard iing transmission of information God bless America I fcclf0 varous fiovernment bodies wonderful Mrs James saidi A breaking into tears when the1 SO checks and i verdict was handed down I got J3 lhcsc my reputation I can hold mv should be made Comics 16 But while he went on City investment bill gets study DES MOINES UPI The I to Pcrmil gram Rusk was the first and to imfs gram us was e rst wtness before the House Foreign Affairs m shortterm will donate part of her award CommittPP whirh i inlcrest1carinR securities will to chanty Powell 51 a Democratic conthe communications link inei gressman from the Harlem secjTsarapkin attacked the United tion of New York since for what he claimed was was not available for commcntJiLs unreasoning insistence on His office m Washington sakUkeeping foreign bases uplans to appeal thc sued said slc Wed Thursday about five Communists will begini idownstream from where his carit0 lffe OVf Why an ATlf Iwent off Lower Pallisades coopcrate Wlth that road March 16 and plunged intojglobal Communist strategy is be the icechoked Upper I o w ayonc understanding But that is what sharp cuts in our foreign Committee which is considering President Kennedys request for billion The committee hearings are ex get special attention from the Iowa House next Thursday at 10 am Rep Rilcy Dietz R Walcott requested thc special Border and said it was estimated million in municipal could be drawing i n wm djfor the communilics if lhe biu up cu mg foreign aid to wrc cnactocl River Hovdens fiancee Lcona15 Wt1at stiarp cuts in our forcign slighUy hclow last vcars levcl of Smock who clutched a Prosrams would mean log was rescued by some boyl Thosc who favor gutting these rhere IS nothinf tlie Commu who witnessed the accident powerful and effective instru want n fce V0 Hovden was swept awav bv the at this juncture of history tofnome said swift current and his bodv bemust assume an awful only Europe came lodged in rocks on a sandbility bu c Mediterranean South T r Asia the Far East Latin Amen lhcr defeansl prescnplion ca Afrjcn cvcrywhcrc If we Yanks come home the Communists will begin o take ovj NICE LETTER OLYMPIA Wash State Sen Reuben Knoblaugh Demo crat got a letter from a consti tuent Thursday which said in part This session seems to have been particularly confus ing Keep up the good work data 54 31 39 49 44 31 GlobeGazette weather up to S a m Friday Maximum Minimum At vS a m Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum Russ stop plane then let it go BERLIN Russians blocked the flight of a private western plane through the Berl lir air corridors for the first time Friday hut later relented and agreed to let it proceed The possibility of a new crisis over thc West right of access to the divided city seemed 1o have cascd with the Soviet reversal award to Oppenheimer WASHINGTON AP thc first successful atoti cr Why any American would physicist J Robert Oppenheimer i bomb explosion Oppenheimer re want to coopcrate with that glojdenicd a security clearance by thcjsigncd bal Communist strategy is beyondJAtomic Energy Commission nine Since 1947 he has been director my understanding But that isiyears ago has been selected to of the Institute for Advanced what sharp cuts in our foreign deceive the AECs highest honor Study at Princeton NJ and aid program would mean Fermi Award from 1947 through 1952 he served In his wideranging statement the Fermi Award selection of thc controversial chairman of the i iuti i tii iu in u vj M 11 M iv CKl jhusk said the free world has5Ccntjst confirmed by a committee to the Atomic fared better than the Communist sio1 spokcsman Thursdav Commission thc last 12 expected to jbiil this is no cause for complab c announced today by the Despite their differences h itc House cow and Peking remain allies i m m e diatcV he continued There is not nccesopened two 5arily any comfort for us in coma venues of petition between two renters of speculation Communist power each trying to ulc rov prove thnt its mclhod of may is more efficacious nk him 0 dQ work i Strike is over nd thc J OVER PARK look ing into Ildofonso Dolgardo and thats a parking motor key in there He and Wil liam Grana were arrested on a charge of rilling parkins meters in San Francisco nd Grana said Oelgardo used a key to get into the meters Sure enough thats it in Cleveland iKiministrati on Oppenheimer lost his security clearance by a 41 vote after a lengthy and bitter hearing Throe A EC commissioners Chairman Lewis L Strauss Eu M Zuckcrt nnd Joseph their decision on his persistent and continuins asRobert Uumo saw h doc dis soeialion with Communists A appear down a fox lie fourth thc late Thomas E Murspent Thenext eidit days die ray saiii Dr Oppenheimer was betnre lie touiui tudoc disloyal in the sense that he disalive Thursday nt th otid of s regarded security resulations that arrow finne in liiiisitio hoa restrict tlie associations of a man cycoiribed with fox dens PUP FOUND RYHOPE Enland Oppenheimer to see dispelled the cloud in sensitive ptxition jthat enveloped Oppcnhcimcr in C L E V E L A X D Ohio the 1954 security case The lone vole upholding Oppen Clcvclands newspaper strikeis heimer came from IV HinC I over after a record 12G days1 Oppenheimer who will bo 59 Srilvth prrceton Employes of the Plain Dealer is receivhthe award hai vorkcd wUh m Ihotofax b000 This large Spanish vase is among the more the late go on a m a time mo NM from m to in comury will bring to during the uhich could br called the offidesigning and testing the stUe Cja o the ifirst atom bomb Two monthscioarance not rein secuntv SAME DATE 1962   

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