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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 19, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             Hughes has crystal ball See story on page 3 Kennedy ft line on Cub The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 103 MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY APRIL 19 1963 OOc a copy No 60 Photofax SHY LITTLE PRINCESS Little six Prince Albert in the garden of Princess yearold Princess Caroline tries to hide Graces mother Mrs John B Kelly Sr her face as she and the royal family The four flew here from Monaco for a from Monaco pose in Philadelphia sixweek visit it will be the Princes Prince Rainier and Princess and Princess seventh wedding anni the former Grace Kelly Hollywood star versary Saturday with Caroline and fiveyearold On the inside Editorials 4 Mason City News 6 Latest Markets 7 Society News 89 Sports News 1112 North News 15 Comics 16 Clear Lake News17 Classified Pages 1819 Orders holt to fighting Many saw fall as part of act EDITORS NOTE The follow The spotlight looked down on ing eyewitness account of theher body and then guiltily it ews in a ufshell FEOM OUH WIRE SERVICES Students protest SEOUL South Korea shouting We want freedom in terrupted cerem o n i e s Friday marking the third anniversary of the bloody I960 student re volt that ousted former President S y n g m a n Rhee They demanded that the military regime which seized power in 1961 restore civil rule Blast Mr K HONG KONG Red Chinas leaders are tell ing their people there is no hope for unity in the Communist w o r 1 d as long as Soviet Premier Khrushchev remains in p o w e r Hong Kong sources say Arrest gunmen DAMASCUS Syria Interior Minister Amin El Hafez says police have arrested the gunmen who tried to assassinate Archbishop Shawa r s h Kouyoumjian head of the Armenian Orthodox Church in Svria Ignore critics MOSCOW Pravda the Soviet Communist party paper Friday ig nored criticism by Palmi ro Togliatti the leader of Italys big Communist party of the Soviet crackdown on liberal art ists and intellectuals How they Says president backed out on some promises BULLETIN WASHINGTON UPI President Kennedy denied Friday that he ever promised Cuban exile leader Jose Miro Cardona to attempt a second inva sion of Cuba But the President said time will see Cuba free again MIAMI Fla Jose Miro Cardona stepping down as leader of Cubans in exile charges that Presi dent Kennedy has given Fidel Castro absolute im munity in the execution Khrushchevs sinister more of the many exile S18ns groups into its ranks And he said In a 6500word resignation letterevery effort would be made to that split the Cuban US help for the Cuban Council apart Miro accused Kenexile cause nedy of backing out on a promise i of a second invasion and ofi Miro first prime minister of the liquidating the struggle regime who later de Cuba jfected said Kennedy told him at And he warned that the meeting in the White House premier day by day will 101962 nearly a year after crease his army of local Comtne first invasion that the prob munists in the Western HemisJ Jem tf Cuba was essentially a mil phere until a terrifying catastro phe develops In support of Miro and his stand nine members of the 16 man council quit during a 4li that ilary one and that the council should contribute the major con tingent of soldiers 1 left the White House with the assurance thai the liberation of Cuba would follow soon with Cu departure he said He indicated that this play politics in House at the Bay of Pigs But Dr ManLater he said US policy on uel Antonio de Varona Miros Cuba shifted suddenly violently righthand man said he would and unexpectedly and the strug seek to strengthen the council bygle for Cuba was in the process of i being liquidated by the govern mcnt The United States was the vic tim of a master move by the Soviets Miro declared During the negotiations that fol lowed thc blockade he asserted Khrushchev maintained his attack and subversion base in the Car ibbean strengthened Castros mil itary capacity to the point where he could smash an uprising of the Cuban people and immobil ized the United States and the rest of the Western Hemisphere These in all their crude real ity arc the facts Miro said The repeated assurances the constantly renewed promises have been suddenly liquidated The White House said there Kennedy defends budget Sayscut means trouble WASHINGTON TO AND FRO All Linda Blackford 15 wanted for Christmas was the unicycle she saw in a bike shop window She got it for The next project was to learn to ride it Linda learned to stay on the unicycle by balancing with the help of a door frame Then she took off through the house But now shes practicing outside for an appearance in a junior high talent show in Des Moines benefits from a proposed tax cut In an address prepared for a meeting of the American Society of Newspaper Editors the Presi called it highly inaccurate and distorted Miro said the State De partment attack forced him to federal spending is desirable just r 1 j death of circus aerialist Yetta I seemed blinked out A murmur Grotofent was written by Patjran through the crowd as the Hall Omaha WorldHerald Phospectators began to realize what tographer for the Associated lhcy had just witnessed DES uRep wH balanced economy The tax cuts i refd fez Scherlc RHenderson one1 navc Proposed and thc level of h TV u VaS of the outspoken opponents 0fcxPendlUircs l have proposed OMAHA Neb There J0ned by a roustabout and alhe t in thc Housc jJhavc been carefully fitted toseUi a sound in thc mam clown who Record as havinger with that chief objective in final mind or the sake of spending or that economy efforts should stop But in words aimed obviously at Republican critics who have been calling for reductions of up 0 billion in his billion budget Kennedy said But I am saying that careful y screened and selected federal ixpenditure programs can play a iseful role both singly and in ombination that to cut billion o billion from the proposed budget would harm both the na pnce lncreases would be ab ion and the typical neighborhood n it and that thc right way to balanced budget is to seek first rts on Latin America aware of thc disaster overtaking the whole continent Miro said They assure us that the panacea for all the social ills of our countries lies in the Al liance for Progress program Bulletin WASH N GTON UP President Kennedy said Fri day he hoped the recent steel VIENTIANE Laos micr Prince Souvanna Phoumaj0 the even through his painted oted for the measure on ordered his proCommunist halfas Grotofent fell smile Ipa7sa4 meaSUre hmthnr prHav nnrf aO feet to her death j Police and fcllow performers Its all part of the act eascd lhe body of the brother Friday to halt Red at tacks on neutralist forces on thc Plain of Jarres to head off a new civil war in Laos At the same time he ap cnerv easc le ov o e woman sitting behnd me said to the strclchcr as the It looked too easy Too patringmaster ran up and ordered who is adamantly opposed to looked too easy Too pat ringmaster ran up and ordered anv saes tax increase had a Yetta billed as Miss band to break into another pealed directly to the members had just completed a headstandnumber Thc next act began an uttu nu of the International Controlon the sway pole and hadcarcj almost frantic effort to divert theHhe bill but changed his vote to But it wasnt that Scherle change of heart Scherle at first voted no oni KKivLiiiivivjiiui I II til iVl Hell I I j tUI I t ilUl JV L t I Vll 1 Commission to intervene in the fully regained her footing for the attention of the audience fighting finale of her net I But all eyes were on Riclfa bouvanna Phoumas twin Ringmaster Carl Strongs voice moves came as neutralist riveted the attention of the 4666 loader Gen Kong Lc was re1 spectators on Yettas swaying ported massing troops for a form counterattack against Commit nist Pathct Lao forces threat Then almost gracefully she fell iiisu jrauiei iao lorccs inreai 3 pning his vital airfield backward her body tucked link on the Plain of Jarres like a diver executing a A communique issued by thc backflip She plummeted and prime ministers office said he thcrc wasnt a scream from the had messaged Prince j nouvong at Khang Khay to stop Theyd seen it before The per all combat in order to suddenly falls but is saved the ICC to intervene effectivelyfrom thc vcrv bnnk of death bvi in this region nn almost invisible rope But this time it wasnt part of thc act Yetta Grotofents body iplummeted and struck a guywire about 15 feet from the arena floor i H spun like a rag doll and she jhit thc green sawdust with a sick icning wet splat before thc result was an nounced because he wanted to file a motion to reconsider pass age of thc measure Under the rules you have to vote on the For the most part the speech dealt with economics nt home Kennedy drew a picture of a typi cal American community he called Random Village and told at length how it is affected by activities of the federal gov ernment But the President also referred at the outset Jo the Cuban inva sorbed by the automobile in dustry and not passed on to purchasers in an inflation ary manner FAIR North Iowa Fair and cooler Friday night lows 3339 Generally fair and warmer Saturday highs in the 60s Huah u me oursci o me tunan mva mcr r sion fiasco of two veirs ind MOINLS s ices of most utility firms dealing the handHnf of the San cHsHifirst Fllbli electricity water ami For sale speed trap radar gadget LEON VALLEY Tex AP A radar traffic gadget is for sale and Leon Valley Mayor R C Adair says its cheap Adair and four fellow council men won election April 2 in the small South Texas town northwest of San Antonio They campaigned on a pledge Clear to partly cloudy rVwii r and cooler Fridav scattered frost northwest and extreme west lows near 30 extreme northwest to 45 southeast Fair and warmer Saturday highs 60s east and north to near 70 southwest Further outlook Partly cloudy and mild with scat tered showers or thunder storms Minnesota Saturday occasional cloudiness warmer west and north highs 4552 Globe Gazette weather data up to S am Friday Maximum Minimum Precipitation Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum to abolish a speed trap set for motorists As soon as the new councilmen took office they re placed the threeman police force and hired a new town marshal Everybody in the country is griping about radar Adair said Thursday Were getting rid of ours bi 49 37 2 61 33 iruies you nave TO voie on mc n act prevailing side to fic such a October and he said ov Harold j there is today more hc was thc Municipally owned waterworks assurance that both peace and mcasurc was tnaclcd his are exempted from all control freedom can prevail tiriivUinn tbo motion Disagree over Before Scherles motion could i freedom can prevail he taken up however Rep El administration provisions of the act Exempted iniiiiiiiiiuiuii The sicning of this bill marks from ratc regulations but sub c culmination of 50 years to senices supervision are Ul mcr Vcrmerr R Polla Wavs added that while vigilance i Ji cannot be relaxed thprr is vimmnaimn 01 w vcnrs MHHI isiuu irr Means Committee chairman by the progressive forced telephone companies m SIOUX rTY Vrn in w i a mi oC h own aSIrS to legisate for he 50 per cent of thc broke omlefWen in uth a motion of hS oun morc attention of the utility are owners telephone unionand civic FridaJ on salyagingiscene So he too concentrated on U8hcs jcompanies having fewer as much of the original bill whether there was hope of iinu stations municipallyprevcntm the shutdown f th possible and ridding the intotal the h addcd t YhTnow HwwmTrt ulilitics and Co plan of a nightmarish rvnrnpnro i isam me new law will cnci vji o Ian LAininiin massiVP niPT for flip nrncrim r larising from seven days of uthly rates than batc on the measure moved his pro d that thc vote by which the bill t 1S a step in thc ns passed be reconsidered and the spread lhrcction in Iowa Hughes said motion to reconsider be laid upon thc table This is a seldomused ma As for Ulc averaRC rhotofiv nciivcr to nai dmvna votefederal taxes about 20 per cent SAME Oovra Department BUci F1K Means Traffic Death in fast 21 Hours NO TO WINE BILL f TALLAHASSEE Fla BEFORE PLUNGE Taken woulclj A bill to alow families in only minutes before her life jtakc a twothirds vote to recall IHorida to make 200 gallons ofi was ended in a 50foot fail jthc bill for further House action jtaxfrce wine a year was killed this picture shows Yetta Gro by a Senate committee Thurs1 tofent 42 a member of the day because the measure might famed aerialist troupe The SOCK MACHINE S m a 11 telephone companies 16 whose lines cross state borders Packinghouse union officials ijrfl nre not required to submit to said they had been told flatly cnrecthc but may do so by Armour that there was no voluntarily i possibility the firm would re consider its planned shutdown The Commerce Commrssumand oharced that a canuvin uiU begin immediately to rewas beini conducted toPiltVho cruit a staft of experts to adminMine for thc closedown on union and organized labor enact such a law came during ister the law Hughes previouslymv unii my administration said thr expressed concern that such a n oncril governor and former member of slaf adequately trained for ihi leaders countorod that forccmcnt v fv 11 k M vi m ki v difficulties in law en beside the sway i certainly v iti v i xi i nviitu t 11 a mvu ivi uu L 1V K C C1 England Umthe Iowa Commerre Commisjob micht bo difficult to find inhoro 0 n o Scherle with his aye town council has agreedsion p ArMon on the public record for all to put a vending machine for The measure which will go world to see commented ladies stockings at the local into effect July I gives the combe financed bv wiU a assessments i v v I pole from which she Jwatcr cut off my bus stop providing thc nylons merer commission regulatory against reflated firms to proopen the nviteuner are made in Britain layihurjly over rates and seryvide a revolving fund tain conditions   

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