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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 21, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             marks in the industrys history agreement whichSd Stnke threat a and insurance benefits ly by labor and agreement which could possibly revolutionize collective was reached Thursday by the United Steelworkers Union and 11 major steel producers The agreement seen as a par tial answer to the industrys un employment ills marks the first time a settlement has been con cluded n the basic steel industry without strike No wage hike is included in the pact which features an extended vacation plan for senior employes the first such plan in the indus try The agreement which will cost the companies an estimated 15 cents an hour per manhour worked also includes new hospi tal health and insurance benefits The contract is effective for 21 months starting Aug l and thus insures steel labor peace during the 1964 presidential election Each side will have the right to terminate the pact upon 120 days notice after Jan 1 1965 Announcement of the agreement without formal collec tive made joint ly by labor and management ex ecutives at a news conference fol lowing a threehour ratifying ses sion of the unions international wage policy committee In Washington the White House said President Kennedy was grati fied by the early agreement But further comment was withheld un til the contract terms could be studied The agreement culminates about SVfe months of discussions by the joint unionindustry Human Rela tions Committee a body created after the bitter 116day strike in 1959 to examine mutual problems Under the current twoyear con tract the union has had the right since May l to reopen formal ne gotiations That would have auto matically imposed a 90day strike deadline Steelworker President David J McDonald who serves as cochair man of the 10man commiltee with It Conrad Cooper executive vice president of US Steel credited the group with doing a magnifi cent job adding some said it couldnt be done but we did it Cooper who has been the indus trys chief negotiator in previous labor talks said The Human Relations Committee has enabled the parties to discuss the issues calmly and reasonably without the pressure of any fixed deadline At this time in the history of collec tive bargaining this is a signifi cant development Th North Iowas Daily Newspapei Edited for the newspoper that makes oh North lowans neighbors y ii V MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition VOL 103 Associated Press United Press Internationa Full Wire MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JUNE 21 1963 10e a Paper Consists of Two SectionsSection One No 114 Pope Paul VI reigns over Catholics Expect Negro protest Fear violence at US capitol WASHINGTON AP Police intelligence reports that 100000 Negroes might march on Capitol Hill to demonstrate for civil rights legislation have deepened concern that violence might flare from the protest The concern is shared by advo cates and opponents new civ il rights measures wellplaced sources told a reporter and many backers of the legislation hope the White House will help to evolve some compromise but dramatic alternative The estimate on the number of marchers was made the sources said by the New York City Police Department which forwarded its intelligence reports to the Wash ington Metropolitan Police In turn the information was sent to Capitol Hill which has its own police force of a couple of hun dred men many of them college students The fear of violence is based too on talk by integrationist lead ers of mass sitins in the halls of Congress and its environs that Avould run afoul of the law It was learned from a top in formant that Washington and Cap itol police officials have expressed strong doubt that incidents could be avoided if 100000 demonstra tors or even fewer thousands began milling about Capitol build ings or grounds or attempted to stage sitins in or outside the offices of any filibustering sena1 tors President Kennedy himself in a message to Congress Wednesday submitting his civil rights pro gram cautioned against racial demonstrations which can lead to violence but made no men tion of the intelligence reports Leaders of major organizations fighting for civil rights legislation promptly made clear they did not intend to call off demonstrations Rev Martin Luther King Negro integrationist leader for one said flatly that a nationwide protest march would be the Ne groes answer if Southern Demo legislation Dr King had toW a banquet group just the night before that and by the hundreds of thousands people and black people ought to march on Washington Leaders of civil rights organiza tion plan a strategy meeting pos sibly this weekend in New York City he said CANT FORCE LOVE SPRINGFIELD 111 The Illinois House defeated an open housing bill Thursday aft er Republican W J Murphy told his colleagues You cant force a man to Jove his neigh bor North Iowa Weather outlook Partly cloudy to occasional ly cloudy through Satuiday Chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms by late Saturday Warmer Friday night lews near 50 Highs Sat wrday mostly in lower 70s Weather details on page 2 PINTSIZED NEWCOMERS Two shin noted wideeyed Chinese Water Deer stand a little uncer tainly on a table as they make their camera debut five days after they were born at the Whipsnade Zoo in London With them is Julia Puddephatt a hostess at the childrens section of the zoo Secret Service is always at his side In fact he would stay home if there were any question about his safety y would see to that ju authority for guarding the jis charged with protecting thcjPrcsicicnL President anywhere And itj Congress put this power in does so in shifts around the clock at a palace or embassy abroad as it does at the White House in Washington In this country the Secret Service has the sole responsi bility for safeguarding the Pres ident although it also calls on local and stale police and occa sionally the military for assist ance On trips to other coun tries the foreign counterpart of the Secret Service is responsible technically for the security of the President But actually it is the Secret Service that sets forth the security requirements working in close cooperation No word from the invaders MIAMI Fia Cuban Revolutionary Council and thou sands of exiles awaited word Fri day from commandos the council said it had put on Fidel Castros shores to launch the beginning of the liberation of Cuba There was no confirmation from Cuban or United States govern ments of landings The coun cil said it expected a progress re port by radio Friday from fighting men it said were welcomed by peasants and who swiftly joined forces with area guerrilla bands Sketchy and un authenticated broadcasts pointed to southern Oriente Cubas easternmost prov ince as the possible site of land ings and perhaps clashes One such broadcast Thursday night reported a Camilio Cen fuegos Battalion landed and me1 overwhelming opposition at Caney de Las Mercedes near Manzanillo which is 280 miles west of the US naval base at Guantanamo Bay But a former Caney de Las Mercedes resident who heard the same news said Camilo Cienfuc gos was the name of a Castro youth communism indoctrination school there He said the report indicated invaders were hotly be sieging it Another exile said a broadcast on the 40 meter band said This is the Cuban AntiCommunist Lib eration Army Go ahead Pinar del Rio Pinar del Rio is the name of Cubas easternmost province A Cuban military netvwrk BLESSES CROWD FOR FIRST TIME lope Paul VI Messes crowd in St Peters Square in the Vatican for the first time Friday morning as he stands on the central balcony of St Peters Basilica after becoming Pontiff of the Roman Catholic Church Rules most curious kingdom in the world warned servicemen especial ly in naval units to be alert for anything unusual The revolutionary council in its surprise announcement Thursday morning withheld the number de parture points and landing sites of the forces it said landed recently in groups of 8 to 10 The US State and Defense De partments said they had no infor mation of any landings and ex pressed doubt that substantial numbers of men or arms could ae landed in Cuba without its knowledge But Rep Paul Rogers DFla said he was advised by sources reliable in the past that more han 3000 men infiltrated Cuba at hree coastal points He refused to identify the sources CONSERVATION AWARDS ELMA Elma girls receiv ing awards in the county Con servation District include Nan Knosby and Casey Knosby 1st VATICAN CITY aitl VI is the new ruler of what very likely is the most curious kingdom ever put un jvjuguuiu ever uu Droadcast mentioned no landings der the hand of one man The kingdom is the 1087 acre sovereign state of Vatican City where the Pope is high Chief Executive Supreme Jus tice and Commander in Chief At the same time he holds the title of Servant of the Ser Jtll the hands of the Secret Scrvicc8rade division In the 5th and Charles City crash kills Colwell man CHARLES CITY Donald D Steinberg 19 Colwell was killed early Friday when his car missed a curve on the black top road four miles north of Charles City Steinberg who works the third shift at the Oliver plant was on his way home just after 7 am The car went into the Patty Enright 2nd and Mary Iilch hit the embankment and Kelly 3rd in the 7th and back to the road years ago The Secret Service 6tn grades winners were Linda According to officials who in He was pinned in the wreckage is an agency of the US Treas ury Department and one of its other major duties is running down counterfeiters As on all presidential tours the one to Europe which begins Saturday night is being checked out carefully by an advance party which includes Secret Service agents Those agents and plenty of White House doesnt wish to advertise the exact accom pany Kennedy when he starts his 10day travels to West Ger many Ireland Britain and Italy u v t V t xv IJU J J J Morhfcls won 1st place SusioVCstfiatcd the accident he was Heying Alice Lee Enright and killed instantly Maureen Mcirich Inside The Globe Funeral arrangements arc in complete at the Grossmann Hage Funeral Home here 2 killed in Council Bluffs truck mishap vants of God and is spiritual leader of the worlds half a bil lion Catholics Those who pass under the for bidding walls that lock off the Vatican like a fortified city in the heart of Rome are not likely to remember that the tiny state is only 34 years old dating to the Lateran pact between Italy and the Catholic Church There also exists behind those walls a state in miniature which is smaller than the imagination immediately grasps a cityna tion which is the dwarf of past church glory with one pintsized pub 860 yards of railroad track with no rolling stock a jail used to lock food in a 100man mer cenary army to defend a policy of waging peace the smallest parish in the world and formal gardens which take up about fourfifths of the states total land mass Bishop of worker is selected VATICAN CITY OTIA blue eyed prelate with a penetrating nind Friday became the 262nd pontiff of the Roman Catholic Paul VI In Milan where as Giovanni 3attista Cardinal Montini he lad been archbishop they re membered him as the bishop of the workers a prclnte who lad put on a miners helmet to visit the people who toil In the Vatican where had oeen top collaborator of Pope Pius XII they remembered him as an efficient administrator with a keen mind Now as Pope he is the bishop of Rome The 65yearold ruler of hal a billion Roman Catholics i identified with the progressiv group in the Church hierarchy He is expected to continue witl new vigor the Ecumenical Coun ciJ called by Pope John As archbishop of Milan he spoke of the Church as the pro ector of the poor and the guar ian of social justice And he shared with Pope John a esire to sec the reunion of Chris endom in one sheeptokl with nly one pastor POJX Paul has the dignity and hysical presence that often goes vith being a pontiff He is a diplomat an administra or and a man of culture His riends say he possesses tact and cntlcness combined with piety As archbishop of Milan he oc upied a high pastoral post Dur ng his eight years in that north ern Italian industrial metropolis ic established a reputation as a definer of the Churchs role in the 20th century Pope Paul believes in convert ng Communists rather than fight ng them Pope Paul gained his diplomatic kill during the years he served in he Vaticans secretariat of state Me once defined the Vaticans breign policy this way The Vat can breathes the quiet of spiritual places It docs not know the strug gle for material interest Its su preme goal is to seek peace to rcale peace One of three SWEET KISS COLUMBIA Mo UPI with its opposite number abroad When a President travels in other lands the sharpeyed wellbuilt young men constantly Becky Sweet was elected lieu by his side draw exclamations j tenant governor of Missouri from crowds Foreigners always girls state Thursday hut Mari figurc they arc FBI men or Glyn Kiss was defeated for gov man But the FBI hasno spcernor LOW RISK cities get cheaper liquor insurance Page 2 nniTXTTMTr COUNCIL BLUFFS Iowa ROUNDUP on high courts University of Nebraska has prayer ruling page 3ketball star William Vincent IOWA ALC plans conven tion Page 10 was one of two men killed in tht headon collision of two bakery trucks on U S 6 about 4V miles Editorials 4 east of here Friday Clear Lake The other victim was Johr Mason City news 8Lorcnzen 30 the Pottawat North Iowa news lM2tami County sehriffs office Television news U14said Both men lived in Omaha Transport timetable 18i The crash occurred during a Classified pages 8laishowcr brothers Pope Paul was born Sept 2G 1897 at oncesio near the north Italian ity of Brescia He was ordained o the priesthood in the Brescia Cathedral in 1920 He entered the ratican diplomatic service soon fter that advancing to the post inf prosecretary of state in 1952 under Pope Pius XH Pope Pius announced in hc con Montini is made pontiff Favors late Popes policy VATICAN CITY age ild ceremony the College of Cardi nals Friday elected Giovanni Bat ista Cardinal Montini archbishop of Milan the new Pope of the Ro man Catholic Church He chose the name o Paul VI as a symbol of Christian unity new Pope is expected to forward the progressive policies of his predecessor John XX11I who died June 3 at the age of 81 Pope Paul at 65 is the 262nd ruler o the Roman Catholic Church I have tidhigs of great joy proclaimed a cardinal to thou sands who jammed St Peters Square We have a Pope In tine with tradition Pope Paul hen appeared on the basilica bal ony to make his first pub c appearance as the chief astor of the worlds halfbil on Roman Catholics It was an our after the while smoke puff ig from the chimney of the Sis me Chapel had first signaled his lection Only for an instant did the o the new Pope shake with motion as he gave his first bless ng Urbi ct orbi to the City of Rome and to the world His mes sage rang out clear and strong to he crowds below They responded vith a great roar He stayed on the balcony for ive minutes clad in papal robes 3f white with a white skullcap embroidered papal stole Irapcd his shoulders Gray laired blueeyed he presented a igure of dignity and fine mysical appearance As he delivered the blessing he made the sign of the cross toward tie crowd Then he returned to the Sistine napel to again receive the hom ge of the College of Cardinals nio had chosen him Pope The throng was told that the ew Pope had granted them a full remission before 3od of temporal punishment due or sins Eighty princes of the church Iccted the Milan archbishop on he second day of their secret con lave in the Sistine Chapel He ind been regarded as a favorite he election came on the fifth or ixlh ballot He was archbishop of Milan for ic past eight years and worked j i mo tiuiiuuunvj 111 tut tun sislory of January 105T that hcjclosely with Pope John during his had wanted to make Montini arp8n our years and seven cardinal But ho said Montini de months POPE PAUL VI 62 closeup clined he honor preferring to serve in his post A year later however Pope Pius sent him to Milan as archbishop He received the red hat of cardinal four years later in December 1958 from Pope John He was the first car dinal crcntcd by Pope John Both of Pope Pauls brothers are living Lodovico Montini the eldest is 58 and a lawyer lie served as a member of the Italian Chamber of Deputies through three parlia ments and was elected to the Sen ate in the last election April 28 He is married and has seven chil dren three boys and four girls all two of them married The younger brother Francesco Montini 62 is a physician He is married and has two daughters Montinis father and mother I both died in 1943 His father was I a wellknown journalist and Chris jtian Democrat politician A Vatican diplomat he was pro secretary of state for Pope Pius As the tidings were given to the thrones in St Peters Square the great bell of St Petcrsthe cam out Other churches took up the peal The new Pope went all the way back to the17th century to the Uirne of the Roman Paid V Please turn to page 2 SAME DATiW2m   

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