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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 23, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                                Tht North lowai Daily Newspaper Edited for flat that mokes all North lowans neighbors J CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition VOL m PrcM Prew lelcrulloul mil Wlrw MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JULY iH3 X Two No 141 n MOM Oim WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON T o p rail road management approved Tuesday President Kennedys formula for heading off a na tionwide strike but stood by the plan to apply on less Congress acts earlier on Kennedys proposatthe work rules that unions have adopted as a waikout signal Barring a change that means m backs JFK r a strike by the unions of on train workers is still on for am next Tuesday unless Congress has passed by that time the Kennedy bill to turn the dispute over to the Inter state Commerce Commission for binding settlement The unanimous decision of the 20member board of direc tors of the Association of American Railroads was an nounced shortly after congres sional leaders had indicated un certainty that Congress can act in time and had appealed indi rectly for further delay if needed Democratic congress i o n a 1 leaders in advance of the rail road executives action talked the situation over with Kennedy and reported afterward that the prospects for his plan look good However the party chiefs steered clear of any predictions that Congress will complete ac tion before am Tuesday The noncommital attitude of the Congress leaders on that point strongly indicated that the ad ministration still faces the job of achieving some sort of agreed de lay while Congress does its work The unions of ontrain workers say they will strike the minute the rules are applied Speaker John W McCormack of Massachusetts said every ef fort will be made in the House for as speedy action as possible on the presidential plan to refer the whole dispute over what the railroads call featherbedding to the Interstate Commerce Com mission for binding judgment that rail would apply for at least two years Sen Mike Mansfield of Mon tana Senate Democratic leader said hearings on the Kennedy plan will start Tuesday afternoon before the Senate Commerce Com mittee and acting Chairman John D Pastore DRl is pre pared for night sessions to speed action P In effect Kennedy asked Conf gress to block the railroads from instituting new rules which would eliminate thousands of jobs until they have been studied and ap proved by the ICC Republican leader Everett M Dirksen helped put the Presidents recommendations on the track by joining with Democratic leader turn to page 2 Wed Jail 81 pickets in NY NEW YORK ination pickets repeatedly blocked wprk trucks from entering a hos pital construction site Brooklyn and 81 were carried away by police But the civil rights demonstra tion appeared to be a token ef fort when compared to the picket ing svhich produced mass arrests Monday Their leaders set to confer later with Mayor Robert P Wag ner had not called for concerted civil disobedience Tuesday in the fight against alleged union bias against Negroes in the building industry Nevertheless some pickets sat knelt or lay in the paths of heavy trucks and refused to move Other pickets resumed a dem onstration at a publichousing construction project another scene of multiple arrests Monday andbegan a at an apartment building site in Queens At Hie outset of the Queens demonstration the 200 demonstra tors stood passively in driveways and were shoved aside by police to allow construction vehicles to enter Two persons were arrested in Queensincluding the demonstra tion leader William Booth a law yer and chairman of the Jamaica branch of the National Associa tion for the Advancement of Col ored People Mass arrests were made Mon day when some 1000 demonstra tors sat down or paraded in the path of construction trucks Many refused to budge About 300 were hauled bodily into police vans and 22 of them were arrested The rest mainly juveniles were released later along with those arrested Tuesdays pickets the majority of them Negroes were follow ing the tactics of Mondays dem onstration They had been told by Negro leaders at a rally Monday night that they were not being asked to engage in obedience Tuesday PICKETS BLOCK TRUCKS Antidiscrimination pickets sit on street blocking truck traffic at a hos pital construction site in New Yorks borough of Brooklyn The civil rights demonstration appeared to be a token of effort when compared to picketing which produced mass arrests Monday They are pro testing alleged union bias against Negroes in the building industry Governors push race issue MIAMI BEACH Fla Republicans wheeled up their guns Tuesday for a probably futile news offensive to force some kind of civil rights action by the Demo craticdominated 55th annual Gov ernors Conference Governors of both parties planned two hours of talk at an afternoon session under strict ime limitations to the issue But here would be littie opportunity for any effective action under the rules Repulsed in their initial efforts Monday by an allbutsolid Demo cratic majority GOP members ed by Govs Netson A Rockefel Inside The Globe RACIAL ACCORD halts marches in Cambridge Page 2 SHAFF CITES his case for reapportionment plan Page 3 ISU TO have new physics building Page 11 Clear Lake 5 e74 MO 11 II 14 15 1MJ H U17 civil diser of New York and Mark 0 Hatfield of Oregon worked out strategy to inject the issue into an attack on President Kennedys welfare legislative program A committee headed by Demo cratic Gov Richard J Hughes of New Jersey lays before the con Society newt news owe news Latest markets Comics Farm newt Mason City news Transport timetable Classified paces North Iowa Weather outlook fair through Wednes day Chance of a few thvn dershowors southwest Tues day mobt lows oft72 Hiahs Wednesday etW Weather details on eaoe D Toss out quota on immigration says Kennedy WASHINGTON Kennedy urged Congress Tues day to gradually scrap immi gration quotas which put a ceil ing on the number of people who may enter the U n i t e d States annually from particular countries To replace countrybycountry quotas Kennedy recommended immigrants be admitted on a basis that would give first pri ority to those with needed skills second those related to individuals already living in the United States and third to those who apply first for immi gration visas The President said that the quotas are unjust because they are heavily weighted in favor of immigration from Northern Europe while putting strict limits on immigration from Southern and Eastern Europe and other parts of the world ference Wednesday a report ap proving in glowing terms Kenne dys proposals for a domestic joawt yviiii dvlllt Ut peace corps a youth employment Democratic majoritys views vi 1 l1 At 1 i i J act new mental health legislation and his highly Controversial pro gram of health care for the el derly financed through Social Security Hatfield committee vice chair man is expected to counter this Pollution rift goes to Hultman CEDAR RAPIDS of ficials here preparing for a meet ing with Atty Gen Eyan Huitman Tuesday have taken to the air to gain evidence in their dispute with Waterloo over sewage in the Ce dar River Mayor Robert Johnson said ae rial photographs were made Mon day of Waterloos sewage disposal facilities in preparation for the meeting with Hultman Cedar Rapids officials charge that Waterloo hasnt made neces sary improvements to comply with a State Health Department directive The department said in 1961 that Waterloos sewage plant did not meet accepted standards for treatment of sewage before it is dumped into the river Waterloo Mayor Ed Jochumsen says the city has been working closely with the State Health De partment to expand and improve its facilities and that a addition will go into operation in August Mayor Johnson said Huffman had asked for a conference Tues day with Cedar Rapids city coun oilrnen and other city officials Hultmans call apparently was in response to a demand by Cedar Rapids last week that the State Health Department and Hultman take court action to compel Wa terloo to abate river pollution move with a minority report laced with civil rights declarations It would take issue with some of the The believe they have a chance of forcing a con ference showdown that would put divided Democrats in the embar rassing position of having to vote for the first time on a civil rights declaration A previous test in which the Democrats rolled over the Repub lican opposition 3316 abolished the conference resolutions com mittee While civil rights propos als died along with others it was not officially a ballot on the issue Democratic Oov Albert O Ros eliini of Washington conference chairman said in a statement the action would not gag the or ganization as the Republicans had charged He said other com mittees can continue to report as in the past The Republican rub was that there was no committee studying the civil rights matter as such Democratic governors looked to Vice President Lyndon B Johnson to help themcounter GOP charg es that they were avoiding any conference action on civil rights As principal speaker for the for mal state dinner Tuesday night Johnson was expected to bring direct from the White House a re port on Kennedys efforts to get Congress to approve his program Approve SEC market study WASHINGTON WThe Secur ities and Exchange Commis sion gave a general endorse ment to a study groups recom mendations for a sweeping over haul of stock exchanges but called for consultations with the securities industry before final action on the proposals The suggested measures in clude the elimination of person al buying and selling by floor traders of the New York Stock Exchange tighter controls over specialists and new systems for handling small transactions on the exchanges Report final KOM OUB WIRES United States Russia and Britain Tuesday nded historic talks that diplo matic sources said sealed final agreement to end EastWest nu clear tests in space in the at mosphere and underwater They expect to initial it Wed nesday All the experts walked out of he Spiridonovka Palace in mid tternoon and were reported to have completed their work on the treaty The delegation Undersecretary of State W Ayerell Harriman Lord Hail sham of Britain and Soviet For eign Minister Andrei A Gro a while to dis cuss other matters on which the Russians are seeking action a this time These include primarily nonaggressfon agreement be tweeri the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and the Commu nist Warsaw Pact powers There were strong indications that even this hurdle had been surmounted Unless Khrushchev insists on a package deal the three pow ers should be able to sign the lest ban treaty on Wednesday Western sources said Harri man has no authority to nego tiate a nonaggression pact President Kennedy was wrted considering an attempt 0 drum up congressional sup wrt for the lest ban agreement y sending leading members of Congress iigning to Moscow for the The unpoliced ban on nuclear ests in the atmosphere in space and under water must win Senate approval by at least a twothirds majority if it is o become binding on the US White House press secretary ierre Salinger declined com ment on the reported plan to send a congressional delegation o Moscow But Sen Bourkc iickenlooper of Iowa ranking Republican on the Senate For ign Relations Committee said ie heard of the plan some time ago He said he didnt think the rip was necessary FINE PAID SMITHFIELD NC Jarmer Roy Tart Monday un oaded 1500 pounds of tobacco n front of the offices of the Agriculture Stabilization and Conservation Service ASCS to cover a fine for overplanting his obacco allotment MANDJ ENTERSCOyRT Mandy RiceDavids escorted by art unidentifiedman and watched by a and newsmen as she enters tin don s Old Bajley Court Mandy was a witness for the prosecution m the trial of Dr Stephen Ward and amongher revelations was that her lovers have in Jr and Viscount Astor Dr Ward is on trial before a jury on five vice Mand acted as procurer for Doug Fairbanks cited by Mandy LONDON Man dy RiceDavies 18 testified as a vice trial witness Tuesday that ormer actor Douglas Fairbanks Jr and Viscount Astor had been among her lovers de Dr But the blonde call girl clared the man on trial Stephen T Ward never got any money out of it Ward 50 a society osteopath and artist y charged with living the immoral earnings of a table of prostitutes I hope he is acquitted Man y said Asked why she brought in the ame of Fairbanks she respond d Because I dp not like him Fairbanks 53 is theson of the late silent film star He himself made 75 movies and is a close friend of the British royal family Once a motion picture producer Fairbanks now is the director or officer of 17 corporations dealing with affairs ranging from tools to hotels Fairbanks is married and the Kennedy osks for study Man battlt the machine WASHINGTON dent Kennedy is appointing a commission on automation to search for means of easing the unemployment backwash caused when machines replace men The President announced ap pointment of the commission Monday He said the commission would outline the effects auto mation is likely to have during the next 10 years and recom ment governmental action by 1965 Kennedy said that last years manpower development and training act is too limited in scope to provide the full answer to a problem of the magnitude of that posed by un employment in an age of rapid ly advancing technology Here are some of the prob lems of automation age unem ployment The labor departments re port in March said that US manufaclOrers had an output in 1962 that was 20 per cent above that of a halfdozen years earlier but employed 1 million less production workers about 75 per cent of their work force Railroad unions say that 670 000 railroad workers have lost jobs since 1947 New work rules could eventually cost about 55 000 more jobs Statistics show that as many as 35000 jobs a week are lost to machines Some of these per sons get new jobs created by machines but by no moans all of them do The United Auto Workers Union has lost 168000 members although more people are buy ing more cars The Steelworkers Union has lost 200000 members since 1956 The Mine Workers Union partly blames machines for the loss of 500000 mine jobs father of three daughters His wife is the former Mary Lee ED ling of BluefieJd WVa Mandy took the stand on the second day of Wards trial marked Monday by the testimony of Christine Keeler Earlier in the Old Bailey Court two young women testified that Ward seduced them in the week end cottage he rented on Lord Astors Cliveden estate There was no suggestion however that he turned them to prostitution Mandy testified that ward intro duced her to Lord Astor 53 son of the Virginiaborn Nancy Lady Astor and that Astor paid the rent on an apartment she shared with Christine from early January 1961 until March 28 1961 But she said she did not have relations with him until two years later Were you having relations with any other man or men at his flat prosecutor Mervyn GriffithJones asked Peter Rachman Mandy re plied referring to a property racketeer who died last year With anybody else Douglas Fairbanks Anyone else Were you paid by anyone No except Peter Rachman He kept me I had a weekly al iowance Fairbanks is me son of the lato silent filmstar and himself a for mer Hollywood actor He makes films for television has lived in England for many years and is a close riend of the royal family SAME   

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