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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 27, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             Rebs win perfect battle See feature on page 3 Big welcome for Castro in Russia The newspaper that makes oil North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VCL 103 MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY APRIL 27 1963 10c a copy No 67 Laos crisis The tiny land must not fall By ROBERT J DONOVAN New York Herald Tribune News Service WASHINGTON The crisis in Laos is one act in the drama of the struggle for Southeast Asia whose outcome could af fect vital US interests from the Western Pacific to the Mid dle East If Laos should fall the Com munists would stand in some force upon the borders of Thai land South Viet Nam and Cam bodia Cuban gunboats dashed back with US Coast Guard cutter in thelboat Florida Straits Friday and US jet fighters were rushed to the U S cutter harassed WASHINGTON UPI Two that a small boat was in distress The Coast Guard vessel was five an The incident was in interna Pcrsons aboard It commanded bv Lt J G Carl A and drifting Strand and had a crew of 16 Report 200000 hail him Night trip was surprise MOSCOW Prime Minister Fidel Castro said Satur day he would cherish the memory of his earsplitting welcome in the arctic city of Murmansk as the most exciting life moment of our jvi ugnicia wcic lusiieu LU me scene the Defense Departmentjtional waters announced It said there was no The Pentagon issued this state shooting raent The Coast Guard cutter after 2 pm two nated ship number 95314 was Cuban gunboats engaged in about 30 miles northeast Ofmaneuvers near a Lnited States reportCoast Guard cutter 30 miles The Soviet news agency Tass said thousands had greeted the The boat was from New London bearded Cuban on his hushhush Conn and was one of six rej midnight arrival for a first visit cently sent into the Key West j to the Soviet Union Castro put it area to help enforce President higher and said he would guess Kennedys orders to halt raids by antiCastro units which called themselves Alpha 66 There was no evidence that all 200000 of the citys population had turned out to meet him Leading them was First Deputy Cuba spy story is unveiled WASHINGTON former Marine unfolds on Capitol Hill Sat northeast of Havana The cutter reported the event and two F8U aircraft were scrambled from Key West When the aircraft reached the scene the maneuvers Were discontinued Pentagon spokesmen said the Cuban gunboats crisscrossed the bow of the 95foot Coast Guard cutter They said there was no firing by either the US cutter or air craft and there was none by gon said The most recent incident be fore Fridays occurred March 28 when Russiansupplied MIG jet fighters fired near the US freighter Floridian which was urday his story that he wasthe Cuban gunboats hustled out of the corps and orderj I to get lost and jthe drifting boat which the Premier Anastas I Mikoyan who went to Havana last autumn to smooth things over after Soviet Premier Khrushchev had said he would withdraw Soviet rockets Neither Castro nor Mikoyan made any mention Saturday of hose events in their speeches which were broadcast by Moscow enroute from Puerto Rico to Radio Miami Marine interceptors h Mire h Last February c SC6ne but but was soon outshouting his So Viet who had begun strafed an American shrimp boat in the same general area h T behind the Iron Curtain the Communists would control the whola Southeast Asian Peninsula But the American people may have to pay a dear price in blood as well as in treasure to keep Southeast Asia out of Com munist hands At best it will be a long hard unhappy task Within a very short time President Kennedy may have to decide whether to commit new US forces in strength to South east Asia Conceivably the US may have to act sooner rather than later to prevent an ulti mate Communist victory If the renewed Communist at tack persists and prospers in Laos therefore it is not in conceivable that US forces will be ordered back to Thailand This time there is another very important factor that was not in the picture a year ago Under article 6 of the Geneva accords that produced a cease fire in Laos last summer PrediscnarEe ing of a suspec ted of being a the Navys Guantanamo Cuba base The former 1st lieutenant Wilj liam A Szili said he was dis charged after he asserted he had helped a Medal of Honor of the body Rep Richard S Schweiker R Pa told newsmen he had asked Szili now living in Norristown Pa to discuss the case with him to see if there is a chance of appeal The congressman emphasized however that everything will de pend on what Szili tells him and on what the Korean War veteran wants to do himself I feel that we should inves tigate before pursuing other lines of action said Schweiker Szili has protested Schweiker and other members of the Pennsylvania congressional delegation and to President Keni without disclosing the incident he says was behind his News in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES appeal for outside to save the government Unlike Thailand Cambodia and South Viet Nam Laos is a landlocked country inacces sible to the seapower and the seaborne ground forces of the US Because of its lack of shoreline because of its dif ficult terrain because of the Szili related his story Friday to neP The Philadelphia Evening Bulle tin and explained that he had to sign a statement before his dis charge saying he knew he could be fined or imprisoned 10 years if he said anything about the slaying He told Bulletin the captain he had helped to hide the body indifference of many of its was Arthur Jackson people and because of other difj In San Jose Calif former Ma ficulties including logistics rine Capt Arthur J Jackson 38 Double K9 corps the US has been bathe to com mit ground forces to Laos The fact that these attacks continue the President said in a recent speech to the Amer ican Society of Newspaper Edi tors raises the question of whether tie Geneva accords are about to be ac cords which guaranteed an in dependent and neutral Laos We now a mail carrier referred all questions to the Defense Depart ment He said Its a security matter He refused to confirm or deny whether he was the Jack son referred to by Szili He won the Medal of Honor the countrys highest decoration for bravery in World War II Both the Defense Departmrnt and the Marine Corps refused will I think have a chance comment to see in the next few days whether we are going to have a destruction of that accord I Cuban named Ruben Lopez was i TT i fminH iT1CirO fHo KncQ I October 1961 the body of a ourid inside tne basePrime Min whether the Soviet Union and mi it other signatories to the Geneva ister Fidcl Castros government accord are going to meet their charged he had been tortured obligations I will say that land killed because he had Castroisale licluor think it is a matter of fhp and demanded to come u NJ City have more than doubled the police departments K9 corps and or dered citywide dog patrols because of a recent series of rapes The action came a few hours after a 16 yearold girl was raped in a south Camden parking lot Friday 85hour filibuster MONTGOMERY Ala Weary Senators tem pers occasionally flaring filibustered past the 85 hour mark Saturday with no sign of reaching a com promise on increased taxes for new schools Charge U S harrassment MOSCOW The official news agency Tass marked the arrival of Cuban Premier Fidel Castro Saturday by charging Soviet ships have been buzzed again by U S military aircraft on the sea routes between Russia and Cuba 3 dead in explosion ROCKET CENTER W Va An explosion of undetermined origin demolished a processing build ing at the Allegany ballistics laboratory Saturday kilhng three men injuring 10 others and causing heavy damage Reports fighting stops VIENTIANE Premier Souvanna Phouma re turned from the plain of Jarres Saturday and re ported that fighting had halted between the pro Communist Pathet Lao and neutralist forces Castro began calmly and slowly shouting at the very beginning The fact that Castro was ar in the Soviet Union was a closely guarded secret both HAVANA Cas froj brother Raul who is Cubas armed forces minister will acf as premier in his brothers place while the elder Castro is touring Russia it was announced Saturday here and in Cuba although it had been announced 11 days ago tha the Cuban would make a visit to the Soviet Union this year It will not be Castros first meeting with Khrushchev They met in New York at a United Nations session more than 2Vi years ago Castro began his speech by praising the people of Murmansk for their great sacrifices during World War II when the port was one of the main entry points for the vast quantities of supplies that came from the West Speaking honestly Castro said I never supposed that it would be at this point on the globe I would start my acquain LADIES Barry Goldwateiy RAriz is the center of attention after addressing 2000 women at the llth an nual Republican Womens Conference at iir t j Photofax Washington D C He was given a cheering ovation by the women some of whom are spearheading a presiden tial campaign for him next year RAIN North iowa Cloudy through Sunday with showers Saturday and Sunday Lows in the 50s Highs Sunday in the 50s owa Occasional showers Sat urday Sunday partly cloudy west and south Low tonight 4550 Highs Sunday 60s Minnesota Showers ending Sun day Lows tonight in the 40s GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Saturday Maximum Minimum At 8 Precipitation Sunrise Sunset To wedding rumors No comment says Rocky NEW YORK APIPublic spec ulation about Gov Nelson A Rock YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 69 48 53 trace 86 55 Press search for missing US plane AIXENPROVENCE France UPI French and Italian search teams Saturday contin ued an airtosea hunt for a US ance with your great country Air Force RF101 reconnaissance The regular scheduled air route Jct missing in the area rom Cuba to the Soviet Union We nave found no tracc ernor who has been shuttling be tween state business and speaking r vjinvc uuaiacss cliiu SpeaKlIlS sfeller s possible marriage plans engagements across the accelerated Saturday fueled by a seldom has such a lull ittle fact and a lot of conjecture Both Mrs M The lady whom rumor links fellers former wife MaryTod with the Republican governor 54 newly divorced Margaretta Hap py Fitler Murphy 36 remained in seclusion Just as governor has re fused to discuss his own divorce of 13 months ago so has he re fused to comment on the divorce four weeks ago of Mrs Murphy social register former member of his staff Her former husband Dr James s Murphy 41 works as a medi cal researcher for the Rockefeller institute Although Rockefellers press secretary painstakingly pointed nit that the no comment should be taken to mean only that the overnors refusal to quiet the the smile on his face as he does promp ed speculation hunter Clark 55 are members of socially prominent Philadelphia families Both are heiresses Each chose divorce when mar riage failed the Rockefellers after 31 years and the Murphys after 14 Mrs Rockefeller obtained her decree in Reno March 16 1962 and Mrs Murphy in Sun Valley April 1 Nevada and Idaho are tha only states in the nation requiring only sixweek residence uns from Havana to Murmansk This is to avoid passing over the erritory of any other country are two flights a week by TU114 giant jet props It is reputedly the longest nonstop flight in the world Castro launched into a brief deciaration about the need for soli darity of the international work it a spokesman for a French Air Force search center said here Saturday morning Two squadrons of U S Air Force planes were up again at daybreak for the hunt Keep noses to stone says Hughes DES MOINES IttGov Har And a rare threeweek gap fn old Hughes took note of adjourn Rockefellers official schedule mcnt talk Saturday and urged provided an anchor of fact for the I legislators to keep their noses to the grindstone until they Rumors raced through political dealt with the major issues 1f rrtrinl CTrtrl frn rv and social circles In Albany sparked partly by cancellation of the governors news conference Tuesday the which emerged from the cam paign last fall The Democratic governor warned against a premature rv i i n OU11 IIQLdl UI J Lilt ng class He also spoke about local electoral roll is Gary Divall what he called the merits of 2 Embarrassed officials admitted MarxismLeninism imnticinc luyouuy me a yiuniinuLtj state capital buzzed this week for adjournment by with speculation that the marriitne RePublicancontrolled legis A MISTAKE age had occurred jlature I think the Iowa Gen On Long Island the gossip Assembl should adjourn BRIGHTON England UPHthat the marriage would take the aav lt completes its The youngest person listed on theplace there this weekend in a day earlier he said area of Southampton where Hughes remarks were pre they made a mistake Rate chances good Li howd I Jtll 1 ILJLU11 ViHJ i C Illiill V I ltlt in the Rockefeller financial for broadcast over ths cles make their home Amid the was the fact that Rockefellers calendar shows no official engagements from May 9 to May 31 The gov JL inal 1 lie liau think it is a matter of the and demanded that concern to us now persons responsible be turned We don want a ealler Senatepassed bill would week UP in the Iowa masters when we take up this make city and town councils and hlghl controversial legislation The measures chances of pas com disclosing any detailssage dubious earlier in the legis Tnere was BuessmS n some he United States expressed session now are rated fairquarters that the bil1 mSnt HOP TTrtf fnf T TlmCrJaV Rltt Tjfn If the Communists battle southward toward the strategic the United States expressed icic Mekong river valley and turn gret for Lopez death and pressed ly upon the neutralist regimean investigation which it com But simultaneously with politicaljpleted late in 1961 The Defenseijnkec warfare and assassinations theDepartment did not make a reaies tav meitir President may have to send USJport of the investigation public spnfp troops back into Thailand assaying only that no charges hadjagc either I isaid Rep Raymond Fisher R Grand Junction There county boards of supervisors licensing agencies Any city or town could have one commercial establishment plus more for each 1000 popula liquor billj f a 3 i least At this particular moment the situation holds political as well as military perils Chiefly the political perils are twofold 1 The neutralists in Laos may grow discouraged and give up the fight fearing that the US has let them down 2 The Communists may de cide that the US has written Laos off and proceed to take steps that will surely bring been filed debated Tuesday But Rep Wil liam Scherle RHenderson who said he has been asked by Sen Jack Schroeder RDavenport to guide the bill through the House declared Im not handling it on Tuesday On the inside Counties could have one side cities and towns ror each 2 000 of rural population home rule feature is that the city or town council or county board of supervisors could decide for itself where to issue any li nears ceeds of all liquor by the drink sales The implied consent proposal and the dry liquor bill are the longest amendments filed The first would declare that any person who obtains a drivers li would be deemed to have given his consent to submit to al chemical test of his blood brsrth saliva or urine if he subsequently is arrested on a charge of drunk en driving Fishers plan would classify strong liquors as SAME 128 Iowa BUck Trajfio In Psit i Hours Tall Corn radio network The governor said the legisla ture still has not fulfilled tha mandate it received from tha people of Iowa last November to provide property tax relief for farmers and for the dents of our cities and towns Among other unfinished busi ness he listed legislation on taxes and appropriations liquor capital punishment discrimina tion in employment medical aid for the aged and home rule WHO WILL STAR CHELMSFORD England UPI next production of the jail ji n m a t o s dramatic society is called The Biggest Thief in Town develop A group of 55 House members also are seeking to tack an imjout of its Sifting Committee a sojissued up to the maximum sped plied consent bill for use in j called home rule liquor by thefecj jn tnfi viii consumption on or off the prem drunken driving cases onto thedrink bill that squeaked through ises by an establishment licensed Cities towns and counties could to soil liquor Package sales of Milling viiHu uHiiuniifv uia uiai squedKCU iru The Surveyor 7 i liquor by the drink measure Thelthe Senate 2624 on April 10 MlkVaf f i The House paved the way at all or put any limit it0601 as well as strong liquors as ficials disci the big liquor debate by lettingpvanted on the number of licenses311 intoxicant It would require two letters jout of its Sifting Committee a sojissued up to the maximum al bcfr soldwhether for j called home rule liquor by thef0H consumption on or off the prem jj T They get letters PHOENIX Ariz UPI income tax of ficials disclosed Friday thev received the following A i nit i i itj 11 iv 11 Society News 1011 jHouse passed the implied con A m o n g more than 15 amend Sports News 1314 sent legislation but there werements to the Senate bill in the 17 i doubts whether the Senate would House is proposing to substi Picture Page Latest Markets Mason City News The first one said Just sent in my state taxes Boy did I rook them Ha Ha The second read My wife and I were married in forces North Iowa News w 1 I VClllVf I V li HI Naders of the fight for 20 by the drink arent naming anyFisher and 10 others It gets jo 510 OW It wouW hnvl 21 day next week when theyname from the fact that many of The state would collect a 10 pcrthe same 10 per cent occupation 26 will consider che bill jthe sponsors are nondrinkers cent occupation tax on the projtax iiuuxjl 1 tiLlVCj Xt OkllUo UL T issue any number of club and hojbeer by groceries and dnig stores JanuaiTHut due to circumstances beyond my con tel or motel licenses they see fit be prohibited j we had a haby ihe preceding December Can I Licenses include a year for would be prohibited Its license classifications would clail and child as last years exemptions Officials said the first lettersender apparentlr Rot the tax division confused with his girl friend and promised they would visit him to discuss several matters They had no comment on the second letter   

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