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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 10, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             Savings assets hit peak See story on page 3 Wheeling ups price of sfeel WHEELING WVa of the industry and an Wheeling Steel Corp has anangry President Kennedy nounced price increases for sev Wheeling Steel the llth larg eral of its products effective est steel producer in the nation first anniveriannounced Tuesday it was rais sary of the steel price hike thating prices on steel plates an led to a clash between some top joiner items Meet me in Moscow Cant get to Peking Mr K The newspaper that mokes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY APRIL 10 1963 ClOc a copy No 51 The increases averaged about a amount of the in creases announced a year ago and quickly rescinded by several companies under White House iressure By DAVID MILLER New York Herald Tribune News Service Photofax GAY NINETIES It was Gay Nineties day at the University of Hartford when muscleman Mike Daley showed up dressed in this appropriate suit No one was sure whether the bulging biceps or the swimsuit drew cuties Linda Brett left and Carol Ponadeo William A Steele president t0 the scene Whpplinf sairl a ntpaHv inI of Wheeling said a steady in crease in the cost of materials services and labor led to the decision to raise prices He not ed that his company had not in creased prices since 1958 The prices of stocks in the leading steel companies rose sharply almost from the open ing of trading Wednesday on he New York Stock Exchange A spokesman for the United States Steel Corp the nations No 1 steelmaker and leader in the price hikes a year ago said MOSCOW Meet me in Mosin New York that he knew about Former girl cage star found dead Youth confesses s plan liquor bill Wont involve Patrol To enforce liquor laws DES MOINES Senate Wednesday MANSON 19yearolding basketball player at Graet cow Sorry I cant get awayjthe Wheeling announcemenTbutllDeautlcian was stabbed to death i linger High School was found face jiowa to Peking was Premiered not know of any plan byjand a 15yearold youth admitted j down about 10 feet from her carjblocked an effort to involve the Khrushchevs way of inviting i US Steel to raise prices at this kmin8 ner Sheriff Theodore on a road outside of Manson TuesUowa Highway Patrol and Ru reau of Criminal Investigation in liquor law enforcement By a voice vote the upper Mao Tsetung to come soon and time see him at the Kremlin The invitation is believed to have set May 15 as the date for a jawtojaw meeting between Mr Khrushchev and Mao Thus the Soviet Communist Party No 1 turned down an earlier offer by the powerful Chinese Communist Party lead er for a working visit in the for bidden city in Peking Bulletin WASHINGTON President Kennedy postponed ontil Thursday morning his de parture for a Florida vaca because of the possibility of a broad steel price increase Zierke said Wednesday The partiallyclad body of Max ine Henningsen former outstand Arthur B Homer board chair Mr Ks invitation was the latest of a roundrobin series of negotiations letters and re criminations by the Soviet Partyisaid before the Wheeling an Red Chinese andnouncement theres consid Miller named to head Ford DETROIT Arjay R MiV man of the Bethlehem Steel Co To h n 1 1 v the second a s c n oi a r i day night chamber killed the proposal The sheriff said Michael Ritve hart freshman student at Manson tta No motive for the slaying wasbill immediately learned The action came supporting Would consider request WASHINGTON The state department said Wednesday it would consider any request from the neutral government of Laos for assistance in the form of arms in its fight against the Communists Announces retirement BONN Chancellor Konrad Adenauer Wednes day publicly announced his retirement in the fall and said he must accompany President Kennedy if the U S leader goes to West Berlin during his coming German trip Halt XJ5 flight second largest dr a o r y ppearng before tho Nebraskan with a strong back Zierke said the youth took of ficers to his home and produced what the sheriff said was a bloodstained seveninch hunting knife The body of Miss Henningsen clad in blue jeans and nude from against the viceversa When SovietChinese assaults against each other leveled off recently Mao took the initiative He asked Mr Khrushchev to come to Peking suggesting that the Soviet Premier fly over to Red China while Mr Khrush chev was visiting nonaligned nearby Cambodia Mr Khrushchev in his Please come to Moscow in vitation said he isnt going to Cambodia President Leonid Breshnev it turns out will go there But there is an out for Mao if he cannot turn up in Moscow why not send some h i g hlevel representative for talks The message fo Mao aiming at a twoman Summit confer ence of the Communist world hoped to overcome difficulties riddling their attitudes and activist behavior patterns It also thrust into limbo re ports that emanated from Mos cow that Mr Khrushchev was in deep trouble The tenor o this invitation to Mao didnt in dicate anything like it The invitation to Chinas partv leader insisted clearly that the Soviet Party is convinced tha its policies and ideology are right and so is coexistence Communist China says no to al these points Mao also differs sharply witl the claim made in the messag from the Kremlin that Rcvolu tion is quite possible withou wars Ever since thc USSR recon solidated its position in Easter Europe after the 1956 up heavals Chinas Communist hierarchv has been Iccrv of Mr erable doubt in my mind as to whether the market will sup xrt a price increase ground in finance was named president of Ford Motor Co Wednesday Miller succeeds John Dykstra jwho is retiring because of age jDykstra will be 65 next week an amendment to one of more than 30 amendments on file against the bill Sen Edward Hill DNewton sponsored the amendment which would permit both local and state enforcement officials the waist up was discovered byjto cnter licensed Hquor dispen a passing motorist about pm She was last seen in a coin laundry here around 8 pm The sheriff said Miss Henning sen was stabbed three times and saries to make inspections with out search or arrest warrants Hill argued that including of ficers of the State Department of Public Safety including the patrol and BCI was needed be The charlcs HFaiterson jbeen vice president of to flee her attacker basic manufacturing group It was not immediately dcter do not enforce liquor laws He amendment was aimed r Morth Iowa Cloudy with chancejnamed to the longvacant post of mined whether the girl had been pfuggmg bomC r uec tho pnfnrpmpn nf of rain or showers vice president night and Thursday mostly south Warmer Wednesday night lows tinued cool in the 40s in the 30s Con Thursday highs owa Mostly cloudy rain Wed nesday night and Thursday sexually assaulted It also was Miller 47 was one of Fordojnot known whether the young wo original whiz kids a group of 10 Air Force statistical officers who joined the automaker in a body during its postwar re organization man had given someone a ride or whether her slayer had forced his way into her car The body was found about four blocks west of the Manson busi district where she had work the enforcement section of the bill and was aimed primarily at controlling key club opera lions Sen Jack Schroeder RDav enport argued that involving thc BCI and patrol in liquor en forcement wo u 1 d create EDWARDS AIR BASE Calif A scheduled test flight of the experimental rocket ship X15 here Wednesday lias been cancelled unexpectedly because of technical difficulties The flight has been resched uled tentatively for Thursday committee Hike tavern fees OK increase WASHINGTON Gen Lucius D Clay told the House foreign affairs committee Wednesday that some further cuts are possible in President Ken nedys alreadycurtailed billion foreign aid pro gram Check complaints Congressional tax writers are investigating complaints that new income tax rules force businessmen to keep unreasonably complicated records to justify expense account deductions Fist fight BEIRUT Lebanon Lebanons Parliament was suspended abruptly Tuesday night following a fist fight and a dramatic incident when Government Dep uty Naif Masri drew a revolver and threatened to shoot opposition Deputy Shafik Murtada DES MOINES UPI Iowa Senate Wednesday defeat ed amendments that would have delayed liquorbythedrink un til Jan 1 1964 and hiked tha license fee for taverns from to Sen Jack Schroeder RBet tendorf declared Wednesday in opening debate on the long awaited liquor by the drink bill that existing law is inade quate unpopular and unen forceable He said some change is needed The bill a major issue in session of the legislature was in troduced by Senate Judiciary II Committee headed by Schroeder He said the committee attempted to draft a bill which would fully cover liquor legislalion with en forcement provisions strict enough that holders of liquor Kcenses would make every effort to avoid violating the law and thus risk losing their license Schroeder told the Senate that the committee set temperance as its goal because he said there is no chance of attaining lotal abstinence Declaring that morals should ba imbued in the church and home Schroeder impossible He is the second from the Utt m t viidiJiL out iiciu Rain locally heavy south cenSrouP to reacn toP The ed since last September at the state police force and he was tral Wednesday night warmifirst was S McNamaraHouse of BCauly strongly opposed to the pro er lows in the 40s HighsAvho served two months in 19GO jposal Thursday in the 50s Furtherbefore moving to Washington toj Blood stains on the front seat The Senate accented an cloudy showbecome secretary of defense indicated Hint the woman by Sen John A ers and little change in tem perature Friday Minnesota Partly cloudy north Thursday with occasional rain likely extreme south Highs Thursday in the 40s GlobeGazette up to 8 am Maximum Minimum At S am Sunrise Sunset Weather Data 56 30 32 Yellow oleo gets boost in Minnesota been stabbed in the car HerjWalkcr RWilliams exempting ST PAUL Minn UPI A blouse brassiere and purse were the patrol and BCI from theibill to permit thc sale of col on the right side of the seat butjprovisions of Hills amendmentjored oleo in Minnesota was the left door on the driving side Then by voice vote the uppersnatched from the brink of ob was standing open chamber approved the amendedlivion in the House Tuesday de Riiiehart son of Mr and Mrs Hill amendment spite thc claims the vegetable Clifford E Rinehart was held for jspread causes blindness dcaf questioning at the sheriffs office MARY COPELAND DIES ness and disturbs mental bal jm Rockwell City No charge was NEW YORK UPI Mrsance On the inside a lawyer said it is to legislate morality Editorials Page 4 North Iowa News 15 Society News 17181920 Sports 2122 i Latest Markets 32 ments Mason City News 33 Clear Lake News 3435 Comics 36 However he added It is to take our heads out of the sand and look around the world and see what going on Schroeder then outlined general provisions of the bill as presented by the committee before the Sen ate took up a series of amend WERE SORRY SAME lick Flat Mcjinj Traffic Death in Hours jfilcd Mary Dowcll Copelnnd 8 who Tiic House of Representatives Thc vouth sliehtlv built ami red as ashowgirl named SUiUcrinv voted 6746 against a haired is one of four children of vvas wellknown on Brondthat would have referred the billjnew head postmaster here be MI and Mrs Rinehart The couwav 20 cars dicci of nto thc Icthal dairv produclsjcausc his name appears in thcthe bl11 uould Provide iblood disease in her home lair of the billsmew telephone directory lccnscsClass A would call of the senate was in ef fect requiring attendance of every legislator A good portion of the gallery seats were occu pied but most of the visitors ap peared to be hkh school students CHESTERFIELD rrom schools around the officials have state attend Senate sessions al Ernest Driver themost daily i As presented by the committee In House DES MOINES UPI Khrushchev The revolt ir Bud scd state tax ralcs on pcrcxplanalion Tuesday Miss Henningsen who also play ed in the bond at Graettinger High School was graduated in 1961 She attended beauty school in DCS Moines She would have celebrat ed her 2flth birthday anniversary next week Friends of the young victim said she was not dating anyone steady To their knowledge she did not know the Rinehart youth Authorities said they have been investigating a scries of obscene i Inlstrength in early phases of itstelephone calls marie to girls in OK tax boost on personal income pie has three daughters dav Mnnson recently apcst for example caused j pcterscn requested the dc Police Capt B C Wirkus of to remark that it stirred the sonai ncome sunuea us explaining that said authorities wercj mainland of China jtest Wednesday as the Iowalawmakcrs had asked for more suspicious of the youth because The skepticism of Ks idcologHoiise beat down 6S2D an efjtimc to study the complex the telephone calls leal shifts and alterations fort to knock that section outing and funding system aimed Wirkus said a tape recording His pursuance of how he sees peaceful coexistence with the US and his buddying up to of any omnibus tax bill The informal vote came as lower chamber continued enraged the Red Chinese lead lts cfforts to hammer a ership i at equalizing educational opjof the anonymous callers voice iportunities throughout thehad been obtained state j Young Rinehart was in hed Republican Majority Leader Uvhen Wirkus and Highway Pa t rr i iJohn John Osell went to his P Peterscn and called home about p m They increased aid for Moreover the militancy of and property tax relief Maos men demands action The House in its second day against anyone and anything notof of the MowrV suggested that after Communist u dovetails with Of ax jssuc jthe house returns to regular supreme belief that Red China is jtg attention to thescssonwncn is votes will be big one in the world PowcrjOmnibus tax mcasurc Vecombinding Pcterscn could offer j scheme perhaps the real the ways and mcasure as a substitute br Jcta hts room Bookey packing plant to close power of the future appropriations committeebacked bill DES MOIXES UPI Ofj Conflicts and contradictions mjttces extract portions of his measureficials of another Iowa packing between the two giants of thei as amendments to the omnibus plant have announced intentions Communist world built up At the outset of the 87th day tax package to shut down operations The heavily in thc last year First of the session the House dc Roth Petersons plan and one Bookey Pnckins Dos therr1 was thc confrontation beferred further consideration of rejected by thc House Tuesday Moines toid leaders of the tween the US and Russia over the foundation plan prodepended on an adjusted gross United Packinghouse Workers Soviet missiles in Cuba Khrushpocd by Rep Lcroy Pctcrsen income tax which Gov Harold Tuesday that beef slaughtering chev withdrew them and Mao RGrimes although thc meajHughcs has indicated he would operations will be stopped in assailed him for cowardice sure had appeared to gainlveto Sine near future SPUING COMES TO This is not a scene from an old Knjdish seaport but view of modern Plym outh Mass in the springtime A lonjj lens view from a nearby hill shows the dockside AT Britishbuilt Mayflower II at Avith thatched hut replica of one of the early Pilerirn homos in foreground Contrary to popular idea Pilgrims did not build log cabins apply to bonnfide nonprofit clubs Class B would apply to hotels and motels but to obtain such a lic ense they would have to have 35 rooms or more Class C would apply to commercial establish ments Class D would apply to railroads and airlines City and county governments would issue the licenses and would have broad power to limit the number Local governments could refuse to issue any licenses All license fees would be re tained by the local government i issuing the license The number of Class C licenses for commercial establishments i would be limited by the Inw on ta population basis Each munici Spality would be allowed one li cense plus an additional license for each 1000 population A sinv jilar population limit scale would apply in unincorporated areas Pills claim wife of columnist NEW YORK CharUne Casstni 33 third wife of Cassim recently indicted society columnist died Tuesday from an apparent overdose of sleeping pills police reported Her hus band who for years wrote the Cholly Knickerbocker for the JournalAmerican and other newspapers irdictecl on charges ot failing to register as a foreign for the Trujil lo reyinie of the Dominican Ke public   

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