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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 6, 1963, Mason City, Iowa ers Who invaded coast ofHaiti said that two columns of u Cap Haitien Haitis second city He said the invaders have not captured th3 port city of 25000 was rumored in Santo Do mingo Tuesday morning but the Palia du Nord in front of the city and much of the area around it They struck ashore Monday at Fort Liberte lg miles east of Cap Hitien with the aim of toppling the terrorist regime of dictator Francoi Papa Doc Duvalier Duvalier the voodoopreaching physician turned strongman ac knowledged Monday night there was an invasion on Haitis north coast The Dominican frontier forces and navy were alerted after news of the invasion and Haiti charged that some of the invaders came fromadjoining Dominican Repub lic which shares the island of His paniola with Haiti Dominican President Juan Bosch conferred with his armed forces chiefs at the national pal ace The newspaper Listin Diario re ported that a number of Haitian officials have crossed into the Dominican Republic seeking asy c lum Some Haitian soldiers also reportedly fled across the border Haitian exile sources in Santo Domingo said at least 500 well armed men trained for guerrilla warfare landed Monday at Fort Liberte 18 miles east of Cap Hail ten and quickly captured the towns of Fort Liberte Derac Trou and Limonade There were rumors that anoth er force of exiles landed on Haitis long coast in the night Cap Haitien was placed on a war footing and a curfew imposed Reports reaching here said American families were evacuat ed to Cap Haitien from the US owned Dauphin sisal plantation oti the orders of the Duvalier govern ment The plantation lies near Liberte about 5 miles west of the Dominican border A news source in Port au Prince said Monday night little was known in public there except that a rebel force apparently was fighting the Haitian army in the Please turn to page Z North Iowas Doily Newspape Idited for MM Horn The newspaper that makes alt North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition VOL Prttt and United Prew iBtenuUonil Full LeaM MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY AUGUST 1H3 ConsUU X Two OM No 153 FATHERGRANDFATHER There was double pride behind hospital mask of J it immel Sr as he displayed granddaughter left and daughter born 17 minutes apart at the same hospital in Walla Walla Wash The niece arrived before her aunt Mrs Immel Sr only 20 is the stepmother of Mrs Immel Jr 17 Now all I need is a job said the unemployed fathergrandfather WASHINGTON United States an nounced Tuesday it will take retaliatory measures against imports from European Common Market coun tries for increased duties placed on American poultry by the Western European economic bloc Christian A Herter President Kennedys special representative for trade negotiations saidthat for one the US would with draw tariff concessions it has made on items in which the European Com mon Market countries do million in export trade with the US per year Hearings to determine the tx tent of US tariff increases will begin Sept 4 Clear Lake hatchery fundsOKd DES MOINES W Expendi ture of for remodeling the fish hatchery at Clear take was approved by the State Conservation Commission Tuesday The commission approved the project provided the City of Clear Lake take steps to elimi nate problem createdby dis charge from a storm sewer near the filter bed of the fish hatchery The cost of the project had been set at The ap proved at calls for a more finished interior in the main hatchery building The project also involves de molition of two small buildings now on the lake front The commissioners were hesi tant about approving the project but decided the city of Clear Lake could be expected to cor rect tbe sewer situation Earl Rose head of the com missions fish and game divi sion said a newly constructed storm sewer discharges its waste into the lake near the fil ter used to purify water for the hatcherys use This endangers fish being raised in the hatch ery North Iowa Weather outlook CemttereMe doziness with few seaWerarf showet t or Herter issued a list of 19 items from which the US after pub lic hearings will select those on which to withdraw the con cessions it has made to Com mon Market exporters sales by Common Market coun tries to the US are mil lion per year Other principal ers Outli ne Ks eas to Rusk Renew roil talks Hold up action on JFK plan WASHINGTON con gressional committee Tuesday held up action on President Kennedys plan for settling the rail dispute to await results of renewed negotiations between the industry and the train un ions the House Com Com mittee suspended consideration of the administration plan after being briefed by Labor Secre tary W Willard Wirtz Chairman Oren Harris D Ark said after the closed ses sion with Wirtz that the com mittees next step would de pehd on any further deVelop ments Harris did not divulge any de tails of Wirtzs status report on the possibility of a nego tiated settlement Harris sai he was at liberty to spec ulate whether labor and man agement might be able to re solve their controversy withoui congressional action Another member of the com mittee said that he felt neither more or less optimistic after the session with Wirtz He indicated that Wirtz him self was not willing at this point to appraise chances of success Interstate hearings scheduled AMES Interstate 35 in north central Iowa will come two steps closer reality this month when hearings are held on routing of 73 miles of the super highway in four counties Two hearing will be held on L i i Win ifc I1C1U OH The biggest single item is the routing The first will be wine accounting milAug 15 at Forest City on the hon in sales per year to the US proposed 28mile alignment in The next largest item is made Hancock and Winnebago Coun up of trucks and buses on which ties from its interchange with CAIAG nv Tilt vr K US 18 just east of Gamer to the IowaMinnesota line The second hearing will be lug WILL UV items include photographic supheld Aug 16 at Rowan on the plies brandy and electric shav445mile location of the high re way in Hamilton Wright and Herter said the US regrets Hancock counties from its that the Common Market has rejunction with US 20 near Wi fused to reduce the current Hams to its proposed connec very high level of protection poultry imports into the area 0 H w w f at the County Mo said West Germany had j Courthouse and the Rowan US 18 near Garner The Forest City hearing will increased duties on US poultry repeatedly from 49 cents per pound to the present 1343 cents per pound The US Herter said has patiently and re peatedly sought to obtain modi fications in this system to make it less restrictive hearing at the school gym nasium Both hearings start at 7 pm r lows in wpowr Parity ami warmer 2 at camp Ripley die CAMP RIPLEY Minn WA Missouri National Guard plane crashed in the Camp Ripley troop training area Thursday killing two men aboard The victims were 1st Lt Milo Button 42 Jefferson City Mo and 1st Lt Robert Darwin Elwell Wtmotburg ilo HELD IN FLOGGING Mrs Catherine Trebmg Edith Batesaccused of Tprebings BOIJ Datfd leave forSail in after neighbors broke up the flog ging and Igalled police David was treated at a hos Photofax women are di Immediate said to be caused by David running away from the Bates home where he had been staying Hughes raps health instate DES MOINES Har old Hughes said Tuesday that publichealth has long been a neglected field in Iowa govern ment A small underpaid and un derstaffed health department can no longer be tolerated he declared The governor commented on owas public health facilities n naming a ninemember com mittee to recommend a new state health commissioner Dr Franklin H Top of Iowa ity president of the Iowa State Board of Health is chairman of the committee Other committee members are Dr Robert C Hardin of Iowa City dean of the College of Medicine at the University of Iowa Dr Clyde M Berry of Iowa City president of the Iowa Public Health AssociationPaul Keiser of Burlington adminis trator of the Burlington Hospi tal Paul C Williamson of Des Moines executive director of the Iowa Tuberculosis and Health Association Dr Bryce E Wilson of Des Moines representing the Iowa Sociky of Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons Dr Madelene M Donnelly of Des Moines di rector of maternal and child Parts of statfe get 8inch rain By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Clearing skies were forecast for Iowa Tuesday after two days of rain totaling nearly eight inches at some points The rain ended over most of the state Tuesday morning tapering off to the east Overnight rainfall amounts included more than 5 inches at Bayard in Guthrie lounty giving that community nearly 8 inches since the precipi tation started Skies were expected to be part y cloudy Tuesday night and Wednesday Low temperatures Tuesday night will be mostly in he 60s compared to Monday night ows from 64 at Cedar Rapids to 67 at Mason City Wednesday temperatures are expected lo be about like those of Tuesday and Thursdays outlook calls for partly cloudy skies and mild weather Here are some 24hour rainfall amounts Mount Carmei SIt Perry 4S3 Melcber 470 Pella 400 Newton 381 Ogden 375 Slater 350 Guth rie Center arxl North English 330 health for the State Department of Health Dr S PLeinbach of Belmond representing the Iowa Medical Society and state Rep Lome Worthington DLa moni member of the House Committee on Public Health and Pharmacy Knoxville 325 Carroll 315 Jeffer son 306 Ankeny 300 Woodward 283 Oskaloosa 277 Berwick and Grinnell 275 Bondurant Montezuma 257 Ames 274 252 Grimes and Waukee 250 Boone and Des Moines 243 Gillman 238 Winterset 235 Indianola 230 Haverhill 222 Lenox 210 and Albia 2 Many other points had amounts of one to two inches Inside The Globe SOME TJS military men must rely on charity for keep Page 3 LARGE GAME crop re ported for lowans this fall Page 2 GLOBE photographer Jo Moore has exhibit at li brary Page 6 Editorials 4 Clear Lake news 5 Society news 47 newt Letest markets 12 Mason City 1M3 Comics H Farm IS Transport timetable U Classified 1417 Iowa It Photofax 50MILE Reo pelle 12 son of Mr and Mrs H C Reopellc Butte Mont has completed a 50mile hike with fellow Boy Scouts to vin the Scout 50miler award The lad who lost his leg after a firearms accident when he was 6 usually uses an artifi cial limb but switched to crutches for the jaunt into the rugged Anaconda Pinllar Wilderness Area near Butte DO recall Abomb HIROSHIMA Japan people of Hiroshima paused Tues day to mourn the victims of his torys first atom bomb attack made on their city 18 years ago But they took heart from the signing of the partial nuclear test ban treaty in Moscow At exact time that the American B29 Enola Gay dropped the bomb on Aug 6 1945 a swarm of doves wheeled into the air and tbe Hi roshima peace bell began its sor rowful toll V A crowd of 15000 stood with bowed heads for a minute of si lence before the simple arched memorial to the citys atomic dead Mayor Shinzo Hamai dressed in black referred to the Moscow treaty in his memorial address expressing g real gratification that at long last a pact for the partial banning of nuclear weap ons has been concluded by the States the United King dom and the Soviet Union The memorial ceremony was brief and restrained in marked contrast to the confusion and po litical bickering which broke up the opening Monday night of the Communistdominated ninth world conference against hydrogen and atom bombs Delegates from Red China So viet Russia and many other coun tries were present at the com memoration Tuesday but they were relegated td the background The conference split over whether lo denounce nuclear test ing by the Western powers only as Red and the Japanese Communists demanded or testing by all nations as the Russians and the Japanese Socialists pro posed Japanese Socialists and labor unionists walked out of the open ing ceremony resigned from the conference and prepared to stage a conference of their own The Soviet delegation the Indians and others turned their backs Monday night on a Chinese delegate who was condemning the nuclear test ban treaty Conference meetings scheduled for Tuesday were postponed Discuss troop switch Would prevent surprise war MOSCOW of itate Dean Rusk was reported y diplomatic sources to have old the Soviet Union Tuesday he US may be interested ia Russian plan to prevent sur prise attacks by placing inspec ors in strategic areas in both past and West Rusk cautiously exploring new ways to ease cold war ten ions in the wake of Mondays signing of a partial nuclear test treaty met twice during Ihe day with British Foreign Secretary Lord Homeland So Grpmyko Rusk was reported to have taken the initiative at Tues days meetings to askGromyko to explain the surprise attack plan in greater detail The surprise attack defense sroposal first was made by the Russians in 1958 It was revived y Soviet Premier Nikita hrushchev in a major Krem in speech last July 19 It was one of a series of moves he called a non ag gression pact between the west rn Nato alliance and the Com munist Warsaw Pact to ease vorld tensions Khrushchev suggested July 19 hat the inspectors be stationed it such strategic installations as larbors rail depots and air ields to keep tabs on troop movements that might be con nected with a sudden attack by ither side Rusk Home and Gromyko were reported to have discussed uch questions as the distribu ion of the inspectors at the ses ions The diplomatic sources said he Soviet side apparently major emphasis on ob crvers in both East and West Germany The sources emphasized how ver that the Moscow meetings were purely exploratory If they how there is a realpossibility or further EastWest agree ments the sources said they may be followed by a summit meeting between President Ken nedy Khrushchev and British Prime Minister Harold Mac millan Informed diplomatic circles lere have speculated that such i meeting might take place dur ng the United Nations General tsscmbly meeting in New York his fall Conference sources Rusk xpressed certain reservations oncerning Gromykos insistence hat inspectors in East and Vest Germany lake precedence n a possible surprise attack ilan Wetsern observers pointed ut that such a plan might im ly recognition of the East German Communist regime SAMK
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