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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 20, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspapei Edited for The newspaper that mokes oil North lowons neighbors ON CITY GLOBEGAZ Home Edition VOL 103 end United Prtss InteraalSomJ Full Wiref MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JUNE 20 North 18c Paper Consists of Two No d antiShaff batt New postal zone numbers told I Southern economy 1 suffers y Race riots stop industry By DON MCKEE ATLANTA Ga of racial strife sweeping the United States with social revolution have battered or badly damaged the economy of some cities Boycotts by Negroes aimed at racial barriers have forced white businessmen into biracial talks for desegregation when nothing else an effect on social patterns and customs Unrest tension which usually accompany racial and violence down the economic pace even in absence of direct boycott f mslant points to know the jonc location or even to read the name of smaller post offices years Little Rock They would go entirely by the the campaigns For four Ark suffered industrial stagnacode number The presorting would reduce Lt turn in the wake of violence and s YlfUlu Icuuce unrest over school desegregation the handling of mail route it by federal troops for more quickly and save handling the first time in the United States costs itwas pointed out No new plants moved to Little Rock from the onset of the 1957 racial crisis until 1961 said Evfor nearby affiliate post erett Tucker president of the offices Postmaster Pendergraft school board and also head of the stressed the importance of each local industrial district Little Rock now is booming inher for his community and us dustrially Tucker said He ating that number in the return of all his correspond tributed the citys economic address plunge to the racial troubles and cnce particularly the closing of high schools for a time in 1958 The Negro because of his tow economic status has only mar ginal power but it can be effec tive said a Southern Negro lead er the Rev Wyatt Tee Walker of Atlanta What he calls marginal power often spells the difference be tween profit and loss for some businessmen This factor figured prominently in a desegregation agreement in Birmingham Ala Caught in a racial struggle that erupted into the streets in early April Birminghams economy was chopped by a twoedged an effective boycott by Negroes and marching picketing and oth er demonstrations which helped keep other shoppers from down town stores Alabamas top businessmen per mitted their names to be linked with a biracial pact that ended the demonstrations White spokes men readily admitted they went to the conference table to try to save the citys economy Department store sales in Birm ingham fell from plus 35 per cent in March to minus 19 per cent in peak of Negro dem comparison to 1962 figures Cite Profumo for contempt LONDON The House of Commons convicted John A Profumo of grave contempt Thursday for lying in Parlia ment about his sex life with Christine Keeler The House adopted without dissent a motion offered by Con servative party leader Iain Mc Leod which resolved That Mr John Profumo in this House on March 22 1963 which contained words which he later admitted not to be true of this House North Iowa Weather outlook Partly clotidy and cooler Thursday night Considerable cloudiness with chance of scattered showers and thun derstorms Friday Fri day in 70v Lows Thursday Might 45 S3 Weather details on page 2 Effective in Iowa on July 1 Speedier distribution of mail particularly to smaller outlying post offices is to get under way July 1 That date is set for the start ing of the Zoning Improvement Plan ZIP by the Post Office Department The ZIP Code numbers for all outlying post offices affiliated with the Mason City Sectional Center were announced Thurs day by Postmaster Henry C Pendergraft The post office here earlier was designated as a ZIP Code Sectional Center serving 59 affiliated post offices within the immediate area The Zoning Improvement Plan involves the presorting of mail by use of the code numbers It conflict within a community slow JLf V COCie down the Prnnnmir in would be unnecessary for sort ers at distant points to know the In announcing the ZIP Codes citizen learning the zone num In answering mail he said ZIP Codes taken from return on incoming mail The ZIP Code is literally thc last word in mail addressing Pendergraft added It should follow the city and slate in ad dresses When the national ZIP Code plan is in full swing he said it will provide the United States with the most modern system of mail distribution and dispatch in existence It is expected to cut as much as 24 hours off the time between mail deposits and deliveries and greatly reduce the chance of missent letters Pendergraft used this ex ample of ZIP Code properly used Henry C Pendergraft Postmaster U S Post Office Mason City Iowa 50401 Hotline link signed by U S C H A R L E S T 0 N W VAr UPI The White House said Thursday it had signed MIAMI Fla Cuban Revolutionary Council said Thursday it had sent commando forces ashore at several places in Cuba and the invaders were being welcomed by farmers on the Communistruled island The council issued this War Communique No 1 which it said was transmitted from in side Cuba Commandos of the Cuban Revolutionary Council have landed in different parts of Cuba and the farmers are helping them They are continuing the action which will definitely lead to liberation of our country The first reports by our forces reveal that the landings were effected without any diffi culty and have the utmost co an agreement setting up a hot line between Washington and Moscow in a first step to help reduce the risk of war oc curring by accident or miscal culation Inside The Globe MINNESOTAS oleo cur tain comes clown July 1 Page 3 BOARD approves new high school floor plan Page 8 BRAVES lose to Austin 32 Page 11 75TH YEAR for St Olafs Church Belmond Page 18 Editorials 4 Society news 47 Mason City news Latent markets Shorts news 1112 Comics Clear Lake news 15 Classified U17 North Iowa news It North Iowa zone numbers 50401 MX carriers 50402 MC boxes 50420 Alexander 50421 Belmond 50423 Britt 50424 Buffalo Center 50425 Burchinal 50426 Carpenter 50427 Chapin 50428 Clear Lake 50430 Corwith 50431 Coulter 50432 Crystal Lake 50433 Dougherty 50434 Fertile 50435 Floyd 50436 Forest City 50438 Garner 50439 Goodell 50440 Grafton 50441 Hampton 50444 Hanlontown 50445 Hayfteld 50446 Joice 50447 Kanawha 50448 Kensett 50449 Kiemme 50450 Lake Mills 50451 Lakota 50452 Latimer 50453 Letand 50454 Little Cedar 50455 Mcmtire 50456 Manly 50457 Meservey 50458 Nora Springs 50459 Northwood 50460 Orchard 50461 Osage 50463 Otranto 50464 Plymouth 50465 Rake 50466 Riceville 50467 Rock Falls 50468 Rockford 50469 Rockwell 50470 Rowan 50471 Rudd 50472 St Ansgar 50473 ScarviUe 50474 Sexton 50475 Sheffield 50476 Stacyville 50477 Swaledale 50478 Thompson 50479 Thornton 50480 Titonka 50481 Toeterville 50482 Ventura 50483 Wesley 50484 Woden Tax cut may be held up Say Cuba invasion is now under way Space duo honored in Russia MOSCOW curlyhaired blonde with cornflower blue eyes was hailed Thursday as the worlds longest distance woman she never has flown a plane The Soviet Unions space duet dimplechinned Lt Valenlina Te rcshkova 26 and her male part ner Lt Col Valery Bykovsky 28 landed deep in Siberia Wednesday after epic cosmic flights WASHINGTON AP South ern resentment against President Kennedys sweeping civil rights program may make it impossible to enact a tax cut until next year if then Congressional sources close to the strategy behind the Presi dents tax cut proposal said Thursday the situation shapes up like this The bill faces the possibility of a slowdown in the House but ad ministration forces there calcu late they still have a reasonable chance of passing it this year In the Senate however the out look is dimmer Even if the bill moves on schedule through the House it is doubtful Congress will remain in session long enough to allow time for pro tracted Senate hearings and de bate on the measure Any delay in the House would lengthen the odds against passage this year If the civil rights bill is brought HEAD ANTISHAFF PLAN DRlVEDuane Dewel Algona editor of the Algona Kossuth County Ad vance and former State Senate Republican leader and Mrs Howard Dresser Mason City state reap portionment chairman for the Iowa League of campaign literature during an antiShaff meeting in Des Moines The lowans Against the Shaff Plan named Dewel chairman and mittee GSSer chairman of the executive corn Organize to defeat the plan Opposition loads weapons By JIM COLLISON GlobeGaiette Staff Writer DES MOINES Two North owans are in key leadership positions for the antiShaff plan ight in Iowa The lowans Against the Shaff meeting at the Hotel Fort Des Moines Wednesday after noon elected Duane Dewel Al gona chairman and Mrs How ard Dresser Mason City vice operation of the peasants in the surrounding zone These commandos perfectly armed have entered Cuban ter ritory uiu is uruugni A council spokesman Dr Luis1 debate ahead of tne tax revi Botifol declared This is the Slon hltnerto the No 1 admin beginning of the liberation measure all bets are Backers of the tax measure are haunted by what they regard as Cuba In Washington State Depart ment Press Officer Richard I menu jriess uiiicer Kicnaru i J it Phillips said that neither the de wo ommous possibilities oartment nor its Miami nffino 1Southern m e m b e r s under ALO 1IJ1CI I HI VIAHViC had any confirmation of a Cuiressure to fight civil bills IUVA MUJ a i ban landing We are fnd will feel obliged further but as of now we have build up an antiKennedy vot nothing on it he said record on all The State Department spokes man also said thai it would be difficult for any large scale in vasion of Cuba to take piace without knowledge of the US government which maintains surveillance of the area includ ing reconnaissance flights over Cuba itself He said the department has no information that a large scale antiCastro military oper ation either occurred or has been planned Early reports from the coun cil gave no information on the number of invaders but other sources said 500 men had landed the tax biH 2 The civil rights fight inctud inevitable filibuster out in the Senate while that bodys Finance Com mittee still has the tax measure under consideration In that case Chairman Harry Flood Byrd D Va has said he will suspend sessions on the fiscal bill while the civil rights debate is on Donated millions in secret NEW YORK on Charles Barry Crawford out DES MOINES fAP Interim appointments by Gov Harold Hughes to the State Highway Commission and the Board of Control were voided Thursday in a ruling by Atty Gen Evan Unit man Hultman ruled that the ap pointments are not valid because here are no vacancies in the ioard of Control or the Highway Commission He said that outgo ng members in those slate offi Black smoke No Pope elected yet VATICAN CITY AP The cardinals of the Roman Catholic Church failed to elect a new Pope mi archbishop of Milan might be elected early in the voting A progressive Cardinal Mon to Pope John ces remain in office since they were not legally replaced with voles frn al Standard additional votes not placc Wallcr Con way of Musca 4 nf nil lino nn fhr TCnmrl lgnis Stewart Molt gave away Kastern Standard The Soviet press and radioj million in one chunk and it was SIgnying at no candidatc had ailed the feat of the worlds first nearly six weeks comine to thc rccluired twothirds at all hailed the feat of the worlds first nearly six weeks coming to pub space girl as a revolution in the role of the weaker sex in modern ociety Now the name of a woman will stand for centuries among the glorious names of the first discoverers Tass the Soviet news agency declared Valcntina circled the globe more than 48 limes covering more than 1240000 miles in 71 hours before the braking rockets were cut loose on a signal from the ground She returned to earth in Kazakhstan about 385 miles northeast of the coal mining cen ter of Karanganda Tass pointed out that the four American astronauts who have orbited the globe together spent nearly 50 per cent less time in space than the Seagull code name used by Valentina Bykovtky overshadowed by the first space woman landed near ly three hours after she did in the Kustnnai region of Kazakh stan about 1000 miles southeast of Moscow and 600 miles west of the woman cosmonauts touch down Bykovsky set a new orbital rec ord circling the globe more than 81 times in 119 hours and cover ing more than 2 million miies He shattered the record of 64 orbits set fast August in a four day flight of Maj Andrian Niko layev lie notice The nofanfare philanlhrophy was characteristic except for its size of the man who until in LI TIU win De nera May 10 at least was the largestthis afternoon in the chapel in angle stockholder of Generaljside the doublelocked conclave iareaThe voting will continue at majority or 54 votes in thc two ballots cast Thursday by the 80 princes of the church Another two ballots will be heW Monlini conferred Tuesday1 HllEllcs charged that the ruling night with Francis Cardinal weaken thc pow man the New York archbishop cr of lhe governor and put his fin IT MlO ft Motors Corp Nobody knows exactly how much the erect craggybrowed Molt gave away before last month but it certainly runs into the tens of millions of dollars The latest gift in the form of 1826421 GM common shares worth over apiece went to a nonprofit foundation Mott set up in his home town of Flint Mich in 1935 with thc Flint Board of Education as adminis trator the rate of four ballots a day until a Pope is chosen Reports circulated that Giovan Monlini 65 who generally is viewed as a con servative The Turin newspaper La Stampa hinted that Spellman promised Montini votes in return for a guarantee that as Pope the progressive Montini would name a conservative secretary of Vatican sources reported that he progressive wing of the Col lege of Cardinals was determined Another vice chairman a sec etary and treasurer and repre cntatives and alternates from each congressional district will e appointed later to make up he executive committee Mrs Dresser and Dewel were nominated at a morning meet by a steering committee The names were presented to he afternoon meeting No other lominations were offered from he floor At least 100 persons rom every congressional dis rict in Iowa were present for the afternoon rally The Third District was repre sented best at the Des Moines meeting with a large delegation frrom Black Hawk County and another from Cerro Gordo County Among those from Cerro Gor do County at the meeting were Mrs Dresser Ray dough Ma u son City attorney CJayton Worn nughes immediately took issue son Mason City attorney and with the ruling and said the issue Enoch Norcm retired associate editor of the GlobeGazette La bor unions in Cerro Gordo Coun ty also were represented at the DCS Moines rally The Black Hawk County dele gation included L A Pat Touchae executive secretary of thc Waterloo Chamber of Com merce several labor union lead ers and representatives of the League of Women Voters League of Women Voters rep resentation also was present from such communities as Sioux City Mason City Cedar Rapids Des Moines Touchae one of two speakers at the afternoon meeting said I am not here today speaking for thc Waterloo Chamber of Commerce I have no au thority to do so He noted however that the Waterloo Chamber of Commerce executive committee in a list of long range objectives for the organization went on record for fair rcapportionment The Walcrloo Chamber executive committee also took a strong stand against thc Shaff plan Touchae was sharply critical of the contention of Shaff plan backers that it improves the urban position by making tha Senate the population body They give us a handkerchief in thc Senate and steal our shirts in the House he said The Shaff amendment to the probably is headed for the courts He said the ruling if allowed to stand would give the Senate pow 21to perpetuate a man in office for a lifetime if it wished The appointments by Hughes of Robert Barry of Danbury to the Highway Commission and Corbin Crawford of Ainsworth to the Board of Control had been re jected by the Senate during the session Both men are Democrats Hughes then waited until the legislature adjourned and gave the two men interim appoint ments Barry was named to take the place on the Highway Commission of one of three Republicans whose terms expired The retiring Re publicans are Jo Stong of Keo sauqua William H Nicholas of of tine on the Board of Control power in the Senate Under this ruling the Senate would have the power to retain a man in office for a lifetime if it wished by not confirming new appointments Hughes dont believe that was fhe intent of the legislature at all thc governor said This undoubt CHARLES MOTT Threaten tie up of all shipping NEW YORK The Nation al Maritime Union Thursday ordered all the nations ports picketed in its jurisdictional disput with thc rival Seafarers International Union i The picketing could tie up shipping on East Gulf and West coasts and in the Great Lakes Thc jurisdictional battle twcen the two AFLCIO unions began in Philadelphia over thc Cuban ransom freighter Maxi mus It already has idled some 45 vessels in deep sea and Great Lakes ports tin im iiuuiuii i amenomcnf fo tne lo elect one of their faction in orcclly will wind up in the courts state constitution passed bv the dcr to carry on Pope Johns caml Im not going lo let it drop paigns for Christian unity and Im wrong a lot of governors proved relations between the have been wrong before me church and the Communist gov ernments last two sessions of the legisla ture will come before the peo rlc in a referendum Bee 3 It The attorney generals office would set up a 5Sniember Scn BLACK SMOKE Pope said the ruling has nothing to do with a law which goes into effect July 4 which prohibits the gover nor from giving interim appoint ments o persons whose nomina tions were rejected by the Senate In explaining the ruling the attorney generals office said in terim appointments such as those of Barry and Crawford can be made only when a vacancy occurs Since no successor to Keir or Con way was legally chosen they will continue to hold office until the next session of the legislature thc attorney generals office said Report 30000 executed in Cuba MIAMI Fla in An under ground source estimates more than 30000 Cubans have been executed since Fidel Castro took over in 1959 ite based on population dis trict and a 99member House with one representative from each county Touchae said ho Hked gpn David Shaff author of the bill but it just so happens that I Hunk he is dead on his case for this thing Touchae said thc Shaff plan will make Please turn to page 2 SAME DATE1H2HJ   

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