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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 8, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper the Htwspaptr that makti all North I o MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition VOL w ud Voted PT FuU MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JULY I 1H3 Ppr Coiulrt K Two On No 1M JFK to meet with railroads T To block assets in US banks WASHINGTON Kennedy administration has or dered a ban on currency trans actions with Cuba similar to those in effect for Red China and North Korea it was learned Monday The action involves block Ings of several million dollars in Communist Cuban assets in American banks Government notification to American banking firms were sent out Monday morning Officials said the administra tion was putting into effect for Cuba the foreign assets control regulations administered by the treasury department Under these rules assets here of Ked China and North Korea are blocked and unlicensed deal ings involving property in which those countries have an inter est are prohibited The regulations also prevent use of American financial fa cilities by countries to which they are applied They also prohibit unlicensed Importations of goods However the US already bans imports from Cuba This edict has been in effect since February 1962 under other regulations The new action is one which the state department referred to cryptically Friday when a spokesman announced We in tend to take steps both individ ually and multtiaterally which will further isolate Cuba economically and politically Voters shun Peron in Argentina BUENOS AIRES Argentina Argentinas voters Monday pushed a country doctor toward the presidency of South Americas second largest nation nd also of two owners North after Iowa their iiquor law Business was booming at the tomers drink Sahara Supper Club at Sheffield gave a setback to exiled dictator Juan D Peron Only 14 per cent of the voters heeded the Peronist call to cast blank ballots in Sundays election In previous elections boycotted by Peronists blank ballots have run as high as one third of the vote It appeared that about 2 mil lion of Argentinas 115 million eligible voters stayed home de spite fines prescribed in the com pulsory voting law This could be due to resentment at the barring from the race of the Peronist candidate Vincente Solano Lima who had been the favorite Arturo Hlia 62 held a steady lead as counting of the votes con tinued but be fell far short Pretty 8et t lort fratvH the 51 per cent required for elec tion Thompson given delay ST PAUL Minn UPI T arraignment on a charge ol plotting the Murder For Hire of his Carol Thompsons attorneys asket for the delay in order to file on 2 A nationwide railroad strike would cause serious repercus sions in North Iowas business and employment life Managers of major industries in Mason City generally believe i railroad strike would have serious effects on the city The strike would severely af feet the cement industry but Kennedy wUl meet with both would have less effect on the sides in the railroad dispute shipment of perishable foods Tuesday in an effort to head At Manly a junction center off a threatened nationwide raO fpr the Rock Island Line an ofroad strike the White House ficial of Local 873 Brotherhood said Monday inf t i iiuuac scticiarjrierre least 105 families in Manly are Salinger did not say what the dependent on the railroad These President planned to tell the epresentatives of the nations ailroads and five railroad unions at the A strike would involve at least 285 employes affiliated with roads in Mason City a survey otner attempt by the President indicated Monday The Milwaukee Road has ap JAVA people will length to keep cool during the h6t summer days Getting immersed in this underwater coffee at a hotel swimming pool in Dallas Tex are Sally Biddle and Constancia McKihlay seated left and right In the swim of thingsare Ramon Arguelles and Jane Reynolds floating in for a cup or two TTie photographer Well he was down there right with them snapping photos with an underwater camera and holding hia breath Business brisk as liquor has debut By CHARLES W WALK North News Director Schares said he doesnt antic i pate as much trouble with the new system as he had when he aa uc Good business and no trouble just served setups That pretty well sums up the reactions nightclub When we served setups a uy would be drunk and still have half a bottle left he points out We couldnt take it control over how much our cus Saturday night according tonight crowd was from New Robert Riggins the clubs ownHampton and the other half included travelers and people from nearby towns Schares er We didnt have a bit of trouble be added Most of the customers restricted themselves to a couple of predinner drinks he continued We had sort of a mixed crowd Riggins explained They drifted in and out all night This is unusual because tied crowd If business continues like it was Saturday night the liquor license will pay for itself he continued Although a few of the people tried to get fancy drinks they ended up being happy with the plain ones be said Riggins Eugene Thompson 35 St Paul plans to hire another bartender criminal attorney Monday won to take care of the liquor re weeks postponement of his quests Roger Schares owner o Rog ers Famous Foods at New business terrific had a fuli house and no lur me ueiay in iw me certain petitions before the distrouble Schares said His Sat trict court including a change niSht better cf venue to hold the trial out of St Paul North Iowa Weather outlook w day WUndav night 54 efl A Hftte warmer average weekend night he added and being able to serve liquor by the drink seemed to be the only explanation The crowd was in a festive mood he continued Some on the kinds d fancy drinks and Kent ll thev MrsJoe bartenders had his two attended bar for the day About half of the Saturday as faidy good Attendants rait he suffered fractures of the per and lower jaw compound fracture of the right leg multiple cuts and bruises said The new blacktop had no white center marking Besides her husband Mikelson is survived by three hurt our business The results of the customers went overboard children Susan 14 Peggy 12 would be very serious if it lasted j t ttffvt KTifcnt 11 hut THV MrsJoe Clarion and K x l y brether is hlslwo Navy are inus auiue inconvenience no qu tenders school in preparation complete at tbt Eyter Funeral tion about it We wouM have fAr Home Clari ion Strike in city would be serious Personal plea by President rtOM OUE WIEE SEKYICEA WASHINGTON President sid at proximately 125 employes living in Mason City according to C H Toma yardmaster A walk out would of course mean a complete shutdown for it would affect all departments he added The Chicago North Western Railway which includes the for mer M St L railroad through Mason City employs approxi mately 100 persons Ideally ac cording to Supt D L Perrin The North Western operates five engines with five man crews three crews of three men each from 28 to 30 clerks and 30 in the bridges anc building department I hope some agreement can be reached said Perrin if there should be a walkout of one group of course the others will respect their picket lines and that will mean a complete shutdown D M Hummel agent for the Rock Island Lines in Mason ty said the road does not have as manyemployes in Ma son City It has one switch crew and about 10 in the office I personally doubt that a strike would last long said Hummel It would probably not be effective immediately If congressional leaders on pos sible government moves Wirtz cut short an appear ancle at a congressional hearing on another matter to go to the White House where Assistant Democratc Leader Hubert Hum phrey Minn and Chairman Warren G Magnuson DWash of the Senate Commerce Com mittee were among those wait ing for him hi advance ef the White Home it should last a week or more of course it would affect every body W H Schumpp agent for the Rock Island Lines said the road employs about 25 men in Ma son City A strike according to him would mean a complete shutdown Local chairmen of the various unions were on their runs Mon day Ed Walters is local chair man for the engineers Stanley Veit Jr for the firemen E L McGarvey for the conductors and H L Phillips for the train men Ralph S Milhiser manager Consolidated Foods Corp said The effect of a railroad strike would be quite substantial He said at least 50 per cent of the companys merchandise arrives in Mason City by rail The com pany handles a complete line of packaged and canned food prod ucts Marshall fteneen Hoxie Fruit Co said a strike would have some effect on our when the car driven bus1ft band crashed into a concrete 10 cent firm 8 bridge railing during a dense ucts arrire by HMost of the fog five mites south of here on Highway 68 Her husband who ianns near Please turn to page 2 Crash fatal to woman at Belmond BELMOND Mrs Merle Evelyn Mikelson 35 Clarion was killed outright early Sunday wouia efltct our when the car driven bv hJbusiness but not much About s perishable products arrive by truck The rail stril would affect potato shipments ircai T Clarion was hospitalized at Eel J c k MacNider president mood and later transferred Northwestern States Portland iiiunu ana iMieruansieiTeu lO Mason City hospital where his Cement A strike will seri condition Monday was reported msly our business T 1 l BK nnlY It will raise havoc with our distri bution This is the heaviest part ourshipping season Seventy per cent of what we sell is ship wtuiaca during this fivemonth sum They were alone at the time mer we lose in of the crash Wright County every day now we can deputy sherriff Robert Shaw never make up George Hannaman plant man Lehigh Portland Cement Mrs Co A railroad strike would Mr for any length oif time Clarion and Johaauen assistant gen jer Jacob E Decker A strike would cause Sons Funeral arrangement are in us some inconvenience no ques go to more trucking to Last try to avert a strike White House secretary Pierre an head off the Earlier the President and La w By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The nations traffic deaths hit a record high for a fourday In dependence Day holiday Traffic accidents cost the lives of 553 persons during the 102hour wliday period extending from 6 pm local time Wednesday to midnight Sunday The previous all signs pointed towan an administration request to Con gress for legislation to bar the nationwide rail walkout scheduled for Thursday The President had told both sides in the work rules dispute that if they couldnt work out an igreement he wouid ask for new aws to protect the public interest He has run out of delaying pro cedures under existing law Although there was no firm word on what might be proposed Virtz noted only a few days ago hat speculation had centered around compulsory arbitration and government seizure and oper ation of the railroads or some combination of the two Rail unions turned down Sunday a government settlement formula which had been accepted by the railroads The five operating unions vowed a bitter fight to defeat any legis lation proposed A railroad negotiator repeated hat the new rules eliminating housands of jobs the railroads contend are go into effect at am Thursday unless Congress passes legislation or oneshot compulsory arbitra tion to settle the dispute NOT A DOGS LIFE Yum Yum a miniature poodle rides in solitary splendor on the reclining form of Joe Dombroff 20 in Lake Berryessa at the close of the long Fourth of July weekend Lake Berryessa recently im pounded by Monticello Dam is North em Californias newest resort area 1 urn Yum and Dombroff are both from ban Francisco Record death toll 553 are counted Inside The Globe REVERSE racial prejudice charged Page 3 REUNION for Mason Citj class of 43 Pagre 6 LEGION wins district base ball tourney Pagre 11 SELL STORE in same family 75 years Page 13 PARACHUTISTS jets and glider flying Aviation Day Page 15 Editorials 4 Society news e789 Clear Lake news 10 Sports news 1112 North Iowa hews 13 Mason City newt 1415 Comics U Classified pages 1819 iigh toll for a fourday Fourth of luly holiday was 509 set iti 1961 Belated reports probably wtl boost the final figure There was a heavy spurt in fatalities Sun day and Sunday night as millions of motorists jammed highways in he homeward rush The National Safety Council in a preholiday statement estimat ed 550650 persons would die in traffic accidents during the Ion weekend It has been a costly week end in terms of accidental deal and injury breaking all record for a summer holiday weekend said Howard Pyle council pres dent J The councilsfigures shew nYat traffic deaths in the first five months this year have 100 per day Iowa counted a tragic toll of 5 persons dead on the high ways and two drowned as the ong Fourth of July holiday end ed Monday Reading mayor indicted on extortion count Arrest more in Baltimore BALTIMORE APIPolice ar rested more than 100 white and legro integrationists including 3 clergymen at a privately owned amusement park in suburban Woodlawn Sunday White onlook ers jeered and cursed the demon strators Police estimated the number of white patrons at 6000 WASHINGTON The mayor of Reading Pa was in dicted Monday along with a onvictcd gambling figure on barges of extorting at least 10500 from companies seeking o sell parking meters to Reari ng The Justice Department said he 5count indictment was re urned by a federal grand jury n Philadelphia against Mayor ohn C Kubacki and Abraham Minker w h o is serving a 4 rear prison term for evading gambling excise taxes SEARCH FOR CRASH plowed into a cluster of Rescue workers and firemen pick picnickers were spending the day At through rubble m search for victims at least seven persons were killed and 17 Willow Grove Pa Naval Air Station hurt See story on page 2 as timbers still burn after a jet fighter t MRS PARSONS MRS SLEZAK in holdup and chase DES MOINES per ons who led Iowa lawmen on a ourhour three county shooting prec and chase early Sunday vere heid here Monday on charg s of armed robbery with aggra ation They were identified as Jerry arsons 27 Kansas City Mo his vife Loyce 32 of Kansas City Can and Hanry H a r t m a n 28 nd Mrs Florence S1 e z a k 32 30th of Kansas City Kan Highway Patrol Lt Leo Leonard ave this account of the chase hat ranged through Clarke War n and Lucas counties About am Sunday two rmed men demanded money at unpoint from Robert Byers own r of the Elms Plaza Motel in Os cola As Byers hacked into his office e slammed the door in the gun mens faces The gunmen fired a hot over his head and fled Byers telephoned the patrol About am Warren County Deputy Sheriff Earl Henry spotted he car heading north on Highway 9 seven miles south of The car was next seen fay Lucas Jounty Sheriff Wayne Swanson on Jighway C5 north of the town of Lucas Swanson chased the car to ward Chariton and radioed to his eputy Vernon White who emp ied his revolver at the car as it ped past him Minutes later the highway pa received a call that a 1963 tatioi wagon had been stolen at junpoint from Alvin L Madsen of Urbandale a camper at Red Haw state Park east of Chariton Highway Patrolman John Heaps riving east of Chariton on High vay 34 spotted the stolen station wagon and pursued it exchanging hots with the occupants As the station wagon approached he MonroeLucas county line it werved out of control and into he ditch Patrolman Heaps trad d several more shots with our before they surrendered SAME   

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