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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 8, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             Local investment battle See story on page 3 T T7 JOM lomats believed might tnaw USFrench relations North Iowa Consi d e r a b I e the beSinning of a thaw in the appeared certain to overshadow rlmiriinncc his SEATO activities Revolts mmi watched by US Coups not felt to be serious By MARGUERITE HIGGINS New York Herald Tribune News Service United Minnesota Light rain through Rusk try to end French rift FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES PARISUS Secretary ta ult forces of T J i l Itiauons Hie kinprrlnmR State Dean Rusk met with Rusk arrived at De Gaulles Uie kingdoms neutralist and he e Monday m a move toUS Ambassador to France patch up a bitter rift between Charles E Bohlen Washington and Paris that once threatened the unity of the Ttie Secretary of State ar Western Alliance rived Sunday to attend a meet Rusk called on De Gaulle SEATO ministers Monday for a crucial talk dipibut his sideline talks designed cloudiness through Tuesday scattered showers Cooler Monday night lows in 30s Highs Tuesday in 50s Iowa Mostly cloudy scattered showers through Tuesday Cooler Monday night lows 30s north 40s south High Tuesday 50s northeast 60s southeast States is embarrassed at the military and accomplished taking place in Latin America but it considers Tuesday Highs Tuesday 40 to 46 north 45 to 50 south Globe Gazette Weather Data Jt UUUolUtrli ti v v v r T vu them far short of a mortal bowiup to 8 am Monday to the Alliance for Progress Officials here point out that the Alliance has three parts Social justice economic growth freedom In the case of military take overs such as in Guatemala continuance of the Alliance for Progress will depend mostly on whether the governments show signs of following through on the economic and social reforms which are prerequisites to qual ifying for any such assistance Even in the temporary ab sence of freedom in the parlia mentary sense in LatinAmer ica Washington thinks it best to proceed where possible with social and economic measures leading to stability and progress on the theory that this in itself will help to create the climate for political liberalization The speed with which Wash ington follows through on assist ance commitments is however a lever that can have some ef fect in persuading military dic tatorships to move even if a democratic direc tion Officials point out that the military junta that took over in Peru last summer was influ enced to restore civil liberties including free speech and press when it became clear that the price of a stiff dictatorship would be a slowdown in Wash ingtons military and economic help Peru appears to be ready to follow through on public pro nouncements of free elections and restoration of parliamen tary democracy next June In most military takeovers including those in Argentina an effort is made to keep the trappings of constitutionality The promise of eventual elec tions is usually forthqpming with the military conceding at Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation Sunrise Sunset 52 36 40 02 Mason City Highway 106 to be closed Highway 106 in Mason City Expect Liberal victory Diefenbaker rule may end possibility is getting stronger and stronger that the proCorn munist Pathet Lao will take over the Asian country between proWestern Thailand and North and South Viet Nam Thailand would consider a Communist takeover in Laos a grave threat to its security Northeast Thailand is heavily his SEATO activities This is Rusks first visit Paris or meeting with any and Tnais French leaders since De Gaulle created a common market crisis in January by vetoing in the SEATO agenda But the Britains bid for membership war there between t h e anti The common market infiltrated by C o m m u n i s t to trained Vietnamese Laotians South Viet Nam also is high oo underscored cracks in Western Alliances unity a condition SEATO members are not takin which the Kennedy administra tion has tried to correct Rela tions between Paris and Wash ington were set back further when De Gaulle rejected Presi dent Kennedys offer of the Po laris missile as part of his plan for a multination nuclear de fense TORONTO weather K US f offlcals s d Rusk across Canada promised a no message to De vote Monday in a national from tKenndy but west tion which most analysts expect rn interpreted the F secretarys heavy calendar of will make Lester B Pearson 65 the nations prime minister talks with French leaders as a mission on behalf of Kennedy to T tv u j i ueiidu ui rsenneav I M5l i 1 f thaw the existing coolness he Liberal party leader said as indications were that th tour of more French also vvcre anxious tn than 20000 miles and returned to improve relations his Ottawa home to await Mon days tabulation of votes e Prime Minister John G Diefen 7 baker home in Saskatchewan aft from Jefferson SW to a Give em He1 tour that Lake Junction just west ofjran miles expressed confi the Odd Fellows Home will dence too But qualified observ be closed to traffic Tuesday The closing will be for an ers after soundings in all 10 provinces concluded that only a uc lu indefinite period said Leonard major uPset could save Diefen Follman resident constructionbakers Conservative party from engineer for the State High way Commission The paving Ulereno is being broken up he said mncf0 r a drubbing the time needed for that work of the wider and repaying highway Traffic from West Haven to downtown Mason City should go by way of Taft SW Foll mann suggested Vehicles still will be able to to the Odd Fellows Home he said but the going will be slow through the construction area The Allied Construction Co Charles City has the contract for repaving the highway with a 48foot concrete slab Post guard on governor in Alabama Diefenbaker 67 became prime ling 22 years 158 he scored the greatest victory in Canadian history but since then his popu larity has been slipping An in decisive election last June left the Conservatives in a minority in the House of Commons and that led to todays election Among those anticipating a Pearson victory the major ques tion was whether the Liberals could win as many as 133 of the 265 House of Commons seats and thus have clear sailing as the ma jority party Many forecasts cen tered on estimates of 110125 Lib eral seats The Liberals then would need support from other parties in order to govern Diefenbaker under similar French leader has op posed the idea of a multination nuclear defense but his foreign minister Maurice Couve de Murville asked Rusk Sunday for further clarification This led to speculation that De Gaulle may be revising his stand Also sharing the SEATO stage was a possibility of improving FrenchBritish relations During the three days of talks luncheons and receptions Brit ish Foreign Secretary Lord Home and Couve de Murville will meet often The SEATO meeting opened with Laos and South Viet Nam foremost in many delegates minds Laos moved back into crisis stage last week as a re House studies tax this week proverbially known as one of lifes anl SHARPSHOOTER WILL BE 103 responsibility Other I a hand The SEATO alliance is made up of the United States Britain France Australia New Zea land Thailand Pakistan and the Philippines John Sherman Stopher onetime expert sharpshooter with Buffalo Bills Wild West show at the beginning of the cen tury sights down the barrel of an old flintlock rifle which he made for him self The occasion was a birthday party for the old timer Sunday at the home Photofax of a daughter in Manhattan Beach Calif His ally is Tuesday but everyone is too busy to celebrate during the week The pic ture at right is one of Stopher as he ap peared during his days with Buffalo Bill The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 103 MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY APRIL 8 1763 10c a copy No 59 Add 100 to Birmingham law force BIRMINGHAM Ala UPI The highway patrol moved 100 state troopers into Birmingham Monday to reinforce police units following five days of racial protests that have brought open violence and the arrests of 93 the persons The contingent of state troop ers was led in this raciallytense steel center by State Public Safety director Al Lingo and Highway Patrol Capt Joe Smcl ley They said the force totaled DES MOINES approximately 100 The troopers represent about few be up for disonethird of the slates total icussion in the Iowa House thisinumber of patrolmen A socalled property tax relief bill calling for a million u a miio cumstances had 116 seats fromjboost in use and in last June until his government come taxes with the money going was overturned in Febfuary on a vote of noconfidence triggered by a dispute over whether Canada should have nuclear weapons to replace local property levies is one of three special orders of business during the 19G3 legis latures 13th week 9 Yanks down in Viet Nam SAIGON South Viet Nam twoengine Vietnamese air force fighterbomber flown by two Americans crashed while making a strafing run Monday in a mountain area 260 miles north of Saigon near the meeting point of the South Vietnamese Cambodian and Laotian borders Fighter planes fly Ing cover for the rescue operation reported no signs of life at the crash site Red attack in Laos VIENTIANE commander Gen Kong Le reported Monday his army is under heavy attack by proCommunist forces in the Plaine des Jarres after being driven out of the strategic town of Xieng Khouang Red domination of northern Laos appeared to be a distinct possibility Backs Kennedy program WASHINGTON UPI Defense secretary Cutrate milk bill is lashed The trial of 29 Negroes ar rested on charges stemming from the racial protests got underway today in city record ers court The Negroes im mediately filed a petition with Judge Jack Brown to move thai Robert S McNamara told an economyminded Con cases to federal district court dictatorships by pleas Swarded the residence ofj gency jGov George C Wallace Monday In the most recent Latin j where a guard reported two American revolutions the I shots were fired Sunday night emergency usually has been by a dirty looking bearded declared to combat a threatman from a moving car Wal ened rise to power of the projlace shrugged off the incident Communist left In Peru the But state authorities ordered 40 military junta took over to thwart the leading political party which it considered a men armed with riot guns and sawcdoff shotguns posted around the block in which the Communist front organization governors mansion is located In Guatemala the new military j They also posted a guard at strongman gave as an excusethe hospital room where the the return of leftleaning formergovernors 18yearold daughter President Juan Jose Arevalo I Bobbie Jo is recuperating from In Argentina the inci rcbels claimed that the lightly Maybe they were Government had thJshootmS at squirrels Wallace the promised elections to be weightLl fs ed in favor of the return of the Peronistas With the history of dictator I said as he strolled the sidewalk outside the mansion Sunday night shortly after chief man sion guard Clarence Hammond reported the shooting New gargle cancer test ready for trial LA JOLLA Calif A ships in Latin America the Al liance for Progress would be limited at the outset if it were to demand American style de mocracy as a qualification for aid This would be a greater evil in Washingtons present view than attempting to reach economic stability in spite of political defects The feeling isj that it is better to do a littlei gargle test for cancer is now under less than ideal conditions ready for general trial under the supervision of the nations 100000 dentists It holds prom ise of becoming the second test capable of eliminating all Capt J Edwards said Monday deaths from cancer of a partici he had a firm design and make ular body site The other is thci a special set of auto scat belts Pap smear test Cancer cx for his pet alligator j ports have no doubt that if every i woman submitted to it period jically there would be no further deaths from ncckofthevomh cancers The other one is based upon exactly the same principle i All you have to do to take it is Charles City youth woman die in wrecks Two persons died in sepa r a t e accidents on North Iowas highways Sunday Killed were Mrs Margaret Altmanshofcr 55 Sioux City and Robert Joseph Turner 15 of Charles City M r s Altmanshofcr w a s killed when a car driven by her husband Leo 53 was hit broadside by another car as the Altmanshofer vehicle at tempted to pass a third car on Highway 20 at the west edge of Iowa Falls Altmanshofer was hospital ized at Iowa Falls with a broken collarbone and broken ribs The driver of the other car Craydon Kastner 47 Iowa Falls escaped from his burn ing vehicle with only a facial cyt He was treated and re leased The Turner youth died of a skull fracture at Cedar Valley Hospital in Charles City shortly after the car in which he was riding went out of con trol and struck a utility pole only half a block from the hospital He was a sophomore at Charles City High School and the son of Mr and Mrs R C Turner The Hauscr Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements are pending Police are investigating the accident They said the car was driven by Douglas Franke 16 of Charles City He was hospitalized for treat ment of shock than to do nothing ALLIGATOR BELT SURBITON England gress Monday that President Kennedys billion foreign aid program is a sound dollar This program yields excellent dividends to the se curity foreign policy and general welfare of the United States the former automotive executive said McNamara made the comments as he testified before the house foreign affairs committee headed by Rep Thomas E Morgan DPa Favors Cuba blockade WASHINGTON Sen Barry Golchvater says he favors an economic blockade of Cuba US support of Cuban exile attacks as a last an in vasion sponsored by the United States and the Organ ization of American States We should not do it uni laterally the Arizona Republican said Sunday in a taped interview It should be a multilateral effort but I think we can accomplish it without our having to commit our own troops Reject Pork plan for Korean rufe SEOUL Korea man Gen Park Chung Hcc unj f ree rnrp der pressure from the United jStates backtracked on his plan To probe reports of DES MOINES WVGov Harold u 11 u i 11 CLk to extend military rule but hisHuSncs said Monday he will ask civilian opponents State Board of Regents for I rejected his compromise proposia fl11 report on any free ui a normoouna car jal Park chairman of the Mililmcnt for legislators regents and driven h William R o s e r jtary Junta suspended his plan1members of the hospital staff atKafcr 23 Rockwell on Sth national vote on extending Universitv t T St at about Pm Sunday imihtarv rule and liftoH urmLrbltv at T DES MOINES UPI A bill aimed at regulating the sale of dairy products ran into fierca opposition in the Iowa Senate Monday Basically the measure would prohibit sales of most dairy products at prices below actual cost of production processing and merchandising It would ex clude butter and condensed and powdered milk from the con trols Sen Joseph Coleman D are said the legislation was needed because many small dairies are being squeezed out by unethical practices of larg er companies He said about 31 states have adopted similar legislation aimed at stabilizing the indus try and keeping the small dair es from being squeezed out Sen Jack Schroeder RDav enport who led the opposition said Everybody likes competi ion until they get a taste of it hen they run to the govern ment He said he w a s concerned about the consumer and harged that the man who nilks the cows would get much less protection thanha now does if the Coleman amend ment and the bill were passed Dykshoorn lad critical Hit by car CLEAR LAKE Larry D Dykshoorn 6 son of Mr and Irs Howard Dykshoorn 909 Sth St is in critical condi tion at Mercy Hospital after re cciving a multiple skull frac ture Sunday afternoon when ha was struck by a car According port path Larry of a to the police re walked into the northbound car M i j IV M Cl on political activities The moves v Larry had been playing at the l Don Humburg home 910 S Sth were designed to end the power Hughes referred to a report51 vvnen he decided to cross struggle between South Koreas Sunday that some legislators street to so home military and civilian clement and administrators had Dr Harrv Dcnnis was received free treatment at tnc Humburg home was at scene immediately The lad hospital He said he has noi further information on thcxvas takon to thc hospital by the govcrSncU Amoillance Ho undcr jwent surgery Sunday after noon Monday morning he was SAME DATE 1962 gargle with a salty solution The gargle liquid is saved for mi jcroscopic examination It will I i contain cells shed in thci j mouth and the necks of the pasFATAL Joseph Turn er 15 son of Mr and Mrs R C Turner Charles City High School sophomore was fatally injured in this car only half sages giving into it The micro scope should detect any which are cancerous or precancerous a block from Cedar Valley Hospital on Clark Street in Charles City Turner was a passenger in the car driven by I Douglas Franke 10 of Charles City the tank was abandoned TANK TAG FORT WORTH Tex P A pilfered M1S tank clanked back jand forth in a city park for half h an hour just before midnfcht j r legislature would rcspomiing to qwstionV startling spooners no end Police stremwiislyl Police said Kafor believed plaved a futile game of tae with in thcwas drivinS aboilt uth executive branch of the governihour The boy was struck by ithc 18lon vehicle taken from a mcn jthe cars bumpcr Mnfry He said that if eluded his by tinally it rumbled across aL small creek By the time Offiimtcnds for such a legislature free bo written into the law the cars passengers and infant Larrys   

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