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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 6, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             Guard cleans up river See story on page 2 Korean boss softens SEOUL KorM UP formed sources said Saturday that South Korean strongman Gen Park Chung Hee has bowed to American pressure and called off a plan to ex tend military rule in South Korea Park has decided to accept compromise proposed by Korean civilians that would transfer power to a civilian government next Dec 26 the sources said Park overthrew the former government in 1961 and insti tuted Junta rule The Junta said it would re turn South Korea to constitu tional government by Aug IS 1963 but laterPark an nounced he planned to retain power for four more years The sources said Park now planned to form an interim coalition government to pave the way for elections next November sources here said Big auto unions lose men Joblessness is spotty By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTON Automobile production is setting records and near records month after month but the United Auto Workers have lost 300000 mem bers in the past five years The Big Three General Motors Chrysler and Ford all are employing more men than they did five years ago But jobs have been pulled in so to speak from suppliers to prime producers That accounts for spotty unemployment as in Buffalo or western Michigan And some jobs as in agricul tural implements have simply been lost to Europe In general AFLCIO econ The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 103 MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY APRIL 6 1963 10c a copy No 49 Chase elusive exiles Pick up guns and supplies MIAMI Fla AP Elusive Cuban exiles kept US and British forces hopping Saturday to rid the Keys of Florida and the Bahamas n j Sw million American jobs have beenCuban lost in the past seven yearsCastro an harassing prime minister Fidel chiefly through automation The year 1960 was almost identical British marines combed lonely Williams Cay 70 miles southwest iiritK inn i miiieuns IU nines SOUinWeSl with the year 1930 in terms of of for mimitions or other nd shlpneEts believed cached there ere P men who fled at their uct on wnrk 1 duction worker m steel aged 461000 compared with 540 000 a decade earlier Reinforced air and sea units of During the postwar period ithe Miamibased Seventh Coast productivity in the soft coal in Guard District watched for sneak dustry has risen by 96 per cent departures by innocentlooking the number of jobs hasj fallen by 262000 New work rules in the railroad industry putting into effect changes made possible by technological ad vance threaten the jobs of 65 000 firemen A study by two Labor Depart ment officials estimates that in the 195359 period there was disemployment of 1131000 production workers in manu facturing industries Disem ployment is the term used to express decline in employment caused by increased output per small craft which often have proved to be carrying heavily armed antiCastro fighters Nodding peacefully at a Miami dock was the 35foot motor boat Violynn III It arrived Friday with its crew of 17 in the windup of a cruise that started as a Cuba raid and bogged down in Bahamas detention and a NassautoMiami voyage shadowed by Coast Guard they lost the little ship in darkness The only Englishspeaking member of the crew said the Violynn III rebuffed a Coast Guard cutter captains demand Russ rocket passes moon MOSCOW AP The Sovietsthe further course of its flight announced Saturday that theirwill circle the earth on an elon Lunik IV passed the moon at a dated orbit in 1963 distance of 8500 kilometers 5281 miles on a course that will even tually make it an artiticial satel lite of the sun Tass said the 11ton vehicle launched Tuesday as a part of it said Maximum distance of the station from the earth on its first circuit will be 700000 kilometers 434 960 miles and the minimum dis tance 90000 kilometers 56927 the Soviet space race with the United States passed the moon The report added that as a re at am Moscow time of tjte gravitational pull of pm Friday Without specifying exactly what Soviet scientists had hoped Lunik IV would accomplish the Soviet news agency said experiments and measurements have been carried out It said radio con tact will be maintained for sever al more days Tass said extensive experi mental material has been ob tained which will be of great im portance for the solution of a number of technical problems connected with the conquest of the moon The data were reported being studied at cosmic space research centers Tass said the lunar probe in ucriiiauu manhour A simpler definition that the raiders allow their boat might be jobs lost through intro duction of more efficient pro cesses and machinery President Kennedy has as serted that the major domestic to be boarded near the edge of Bahamas territorial waters Jerry Buchanan 24 of Miami was quoted by his brother Jim cuv iLiajvi UUlll Co Lit challenge of the 1960s is to Beach Sun Sentinel maintain full employment at a time when automation is replacing men Unemployment is a persistent source of em barrassment for the administra tion It is in this respect that the New Frontier has signally newsman as saying that Evelio Duque commanding the Violynn III had him reply that in no case would boarders be permitted on the little craft but that it would obey the cutters request to pro ceed toward Miami the sun and the moon the orbit will gradually suffer considerable distortion and as a result the station will leave the sphere of the earths gravitational pull and become a satellite of the sun Tass said the communique would be the last announcement on the Lunik IV night The tone of the communique heightened suspicion among for eigners in Moscow that the moon probe had not been fully success ful Observers at Jodrell Bank Radio Observatory in Great Britain Fri day night reported that the rocke had made a series of complicatec maneuvers Jodrell Bank los radio contact with the device aft er recording 44 minutes of beeps The craft at that time was re ported within 10000 miles of the moon Tass never disclosed what Lunik IV was intended to accomplish There had been hints in the So failed to get America nToving US dtizens in the crew again In March 1958 we hadwere nuestioned and released by immigration officials I have plans to keep fighting again In March 1958 we had 5173000 unemployed or 67 per cent of the labor force and we were in an economic recession The latest figure is 49 million unemployed 61 per cent of the labor force and business is undeniably good Before election Sen Kennedy talked of 3 per cent unemploy communism and if this means fighting the Cuban regime yes Buchanan told newsmen His shipmate Ramon Sanchez said Duque will keep fighting He will fight any way possible un til Cuba is free Buchanan and Sanchez said the ment and implied that this was violvnn Trr lhe would breathe easier if the rate could be got down to 5 per cent As all these figures indicate Antinecking bill gets preliminary OK what the state of business until ST PAUL UPI The anti the effects of automation can necking bill received prelimi be assimilated In his report ofjnary approval of the Minnesota March 11 the President said we House Friday But first the bill might have 7 per cent unemwas stripped of an amendment ployment by 1967 if we dont do which provided that anyone factter I guilty of necking while driving The answer according to thecoiild not be charged with con President is in part tax reducjtributory negligence if involved tion creating demand for huiin an accident The bill makes man services by releasing illegal for a driver to put his stimulating consumer and inor her atm around a passenger vestment money But this is vice versa a beginning if the problem ofj structural unemployment is to VASE SOLD be met head on Youngsters NEW YORK col must be persuaded to stay in iection of 107 Greek vases from school 15 per cent of al the art treasures of the late pub teenagers are out of school Usher William Randolph Hearst and out of jobs New job opsold for Friday portunities must be found for1 Negroes 900000 were out ofj work last year The longterm unemployment must be re trained I United Auto Workers Prcsij dent Walter P Reuther put it dramatically at the meeting ofj the AFLCIO Executive Council in Miami last month In the next ten years he declared were going to have to find 80 000 new jobs every week as SAME much as a DU Pont COmpanyi Towa Safelj neprlmtnt FirnrWt 1ft I IBUck Flat Mfans Traffio Dtalfc Pail 21 Houn On the inside Editorials Page 4 The Surveyor 5 jviet press that its mission was to Religious Features 67 the moons surface or to attempt a soft landing of an instrument package Soviet propaganda organs breaking with their usual prac 1314 jtice have all but relegated the Comics 17 Business News North Iowa News 22 Mason City News 89 Latest Markets 9 Society News night to the back pages was interpreted by Western a 89 ers here as a sign of trouble in connection with the operation Rusk meets Russian To discuss Berlin threat WASHINGTON UBSccrelary of State Dean Rusk and Soviet Ambassador Anatoiy Dobrynin met Saturday for the second in their current series of talks on EastWest differences over Ber iin The meeting came a day after Russia announced at Geneva its readiness to accept installation of a MoscowWashington direc wire for use in any futurewar threatening crisis It was con sidered possible that Rusk and Dobrynin might touch on ar rangements for technical nego tiations on setting up this un precedented link Rusk was scheduled to fly t Paris Sunday for a meetin opening Monday of the South east Asia Treaty Organization and for talks with French Presi dent Charles de Gaulle an other Western European lead ers including West Germ a Foreign Minister G e r h a r Schroeder While Southeast Asian defens problems will dominate the dis cussions in the SEATO confer ence Rusk is certain to discus German and Berlin problem with Schroedcr He is expectec o talk over with De Gaulle U SFrench differences on Eu ropean policy although the State Department described Rusks session with the Frencl eader as a courtesy call Friday night Rusk held a 45 minute conference with De Gaulles ambassador here ierve Alphand The envoy said ater that they had covered Ser in the North Atlantic alliance he European Common Market and SEATO Alphand also told reporters hat France favors an ex pansionist Europe rather than an inwardlooking European irganization He declared that he French government had tak en the lead among the six Com mon Market nations in promot ing development of policies for lowering trade barriers between the Common Market and out side countries such as the United States The proposed hot line be tween Washington and Moscow Mi pfN SINGING LESSONS Joliea 5months old pup belonghTgTo Johe went to school one and be the teacher has been made into a fore you knew it she had become vir class project She has been attending tually a full tledged member of the sec classes since last December The y r e youn pnd grade class at Muhlenberg School sters have been keeping charts on her in Allentown Pa Here she is with young David Helm while her class mates were deep in a singing lesson growth her eating habits and her gen era behavior China to sell grain 8yearold admits he started fire BOSTON tf A slender Frightened eightyearold boy who told police he liked to hear the fizz sound of matches has aeen charged with causing the Sherry BiHmore Hotel lire that cost four lives a week ago The youngster was committed to Metropolitan State Hospital in suburban Waltham for mental tests The order was issued Fri day by Juvenile Court Judge John J Connelly after police charged the boy with delin quency by reason of arson The boy whose mother has he role of a nun in Sound of Music admitted playing with matches in a sixth floor room police said It was in the same iixth floor room that investi lators decided the fatal fire tartcd last week I like to strike matches be I like to hear the fizz ound he told police The youngsters story to police old of getting matches from he night desk clerk about 10 im March 28 with the ex danation his mother wanted hem Before coming to Boston tha Sound of Music experienced liree other hotel fires none as erious as the Sherry Riltmore The others were in the Dyckman lotei Minneapolis late in No ember the Neil House at Columbus Ohio in Januarv and whistlestopswing IT towns jago TOKYO The Communist radio reported Sat urday that shortageplagued Red China has con tracted to sell 100000 tons of corn to Japan this year It added that the delivery of the corn to Japan was within the framework of the trade agreement signed in November by a private Japanese trade mission To resume demonstrations BIRMINGHAM Ala Negro racial integration leaders promised more racial demonstrations in downtown Birmingham Saturday but did not indi cate what was planned The Rev Wyatt Tee Walker a leader of the Southern Christian Leadership Con ference said Friday We will resume out peaceful attempts for equality in the downtown area Flies to West Berlin BERLIN British television star Hughie Green headed for West Berlin Saturday to fly out the small private plane the Russians tried to bar from the air corridors over East Germany Saturday the Soviets reversed themselves in the face of a stiff British pro test and announced that the Canadianborn p e r former could again take over the controls of his two engined Cessna Canada campaign TORONTO Canadas weary political leaders plunged into the final round of their stormy election campaign Saturday with al signs pointing toward a Liberal victory over Prime Minister John G Diefen bakers Conservative Party Liberal Leader Lester B Pearson planned to wind up with a tour of the Ot tawa area where he will cast his vote in Mondays election Diefenbaker boarded his special train for a Tax battle looms large a way of providine MOINES A sojbe increased from 2 lo 3 per centjccntly by Gov Harold Huches in high speed conimunicationiu aX r income that the average salaried which might be useful in avoid hailcd by ltS backcrs ns salvationicorporation income tax rates by j home owner will pay far more in ing war by accident in some inr lhc and industry butone thrd The sales tax alsohigher sales and income ternational crisis for the farmer and industry third The sales tax akoihigher sales and income taxes damned by detractors as a snare i would be extended to hotel and than he would gain in reduced North Iowa Generally fair through Sunday Warmer with and a up in the motel bills Iowa House next week The measure proposes the big gest one bit tax increase in the mt history of the state and is bound wuld to spark heated debate as measifj Jures hitting the pocketbooks of taxpayers are wont to do Both the Ways and Means Com mittee and the Appropriations Committee however have recom property taxes To prevent increases in school c from quicklv wiping out rcs State Comp to propcrtv ovmer fam with w fn would reap most of s of the measure tures more than a specified pcrj Critics of the measure centage each year jbeen gaining strength since early Photofax BURIED ALIVE A crowd watches as rescuers in Lewiston Me lift Marius Roy 30 from a cavein after the worker was buried under a foot of sand Roy was taken to a hospital and reported in good condition Low Saturday 35 to 40 High Sunday near 70 Iowa Generally fair through Sunday Warmer Saturday 35 to 40 65 to 70 east to middle west Outlook for Monday Partly cloudy and mild Globe Gazette weather dala up to 8 am Saturday Maximum 66 Minimum 35 At 8 am 43 Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum 49 Minimum 31 relief clamor for Debate has been set as a spe cial order of business Tuesday Rep Elmer Vcrnieer Were going to try to slash Ways and Means Committeetns to bits promised Rep chairman and father of the Schorle IvHenderson He lair through cial order of business tamer ot trie bill ocicuc uuenaerson tie Low and it may take all day Nurner snys the stnte ni1s proposed would nncl fellow western lowans i High Sundayious admendments to the measurercplaco from 10 to 13 mills ofwntend any sales tax boost wouki o middle 70shave been filed and more nrelocnl Property taxes jonly drive more business from for MrnHav rrt He and House Maioritv Fdvir tnoir home counties to expected before the struggle gets under way The bill written by the Leader John Mowry KMarshalIwncb nls ni tax another advocate of the biilj ScherSe has proposed oontond thp Calls a what he of more than million fron which would be paid present stnte school aids and agricultural land pot n SlilS bU1 adjustment ta tax relief tax structure i01 1 It calls for of about spearheaded by million T n r tax credits totaling about mila group from western Iowa in ion a year plus about millionis fighting any sales tax increase 1 cent boost in the A4vil ir m new school auk jsay that by whatever name youcomc tax and o tto To get the needed revenue the call it its a bad bill rer cert tl state sales and use tax rate would i They cite figures released and motel bills   

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