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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 7, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             f ir v North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the VOL Itt newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors J CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition Prw wd IWted Prw latenutiouJ Ml LMM Wires MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY AUGUST 7 W3 lOc Paper consists of Five SectionsSection One No 154 I Why did lthcUS I yell foul ui Story behind Chicken war EDITORS NOTE United States says it will re taliate against the European Common Market for boosting tariffs against US poultry The action raises new fears that international trade is in trouble The following story analyzes developments 1 By DARDEN CHAMBLISS I AP Business News Writer NEW YORK CAP The lowly chicken is causing an internation al fight The United States after weeks of wrangling with the European Common Market announced on Tuesday it will retaliate against tariff increases on American poultry The government if a settlement is not reached will raise duties against European products to equal the loss of million a year in American poultry exports The US move would affect the prices Americans for imports but the dollar amount isnt nearly as im port an t as what the ac tion means The lost poul try sales are only a frac tion of the billion worth of US goods export ed to Euro pean Common Market countries each yean The move reflects a new Ameri can attitude and tactic a get tough policy It also reflects these newly complicated circumstances in world trade Common Market has as serted itself as a strongwilled equal in trade dealings with the United States Europes farm blocs have made it clear they are keeping a eye out for their own inter ests which often clash with those of America having trouble work ing out its own policy has resisted UL forts to link The White House gets FKOV FtOSf SERVICES OTIS AIR FORCE BASE John F Kennedy wife of the President gave birth to their third son Wednesday at the base hospital The White House spokesman said the condition of the child born five and a half weeks pre maturely and that the condition Mrs Kennedy was good a new The White House in Washing ton reported the baby weighed 4 poynds ipVi ounces The child was placed in an oxygen tent Like the first son John Jr the child was born before the President could reach the scene despite a mad dash from the White House when he learned his wife Jacqueline 34 had been taken to the hospital White House Press Secretary Pierre Salinger said Mrs Ken nedy felt pains while with her tsvo children Caroline and John Jr Wednesday morning and that Dr John Walsh her ob stetrician was notified imme diately Dr Walsh was on hand when Mrs Kennedy arrived at the hospital shortly after a in CST Mrs Kennedy who made he trip from Hie Kennedy summer home on Squaw Island arrived the hospital at am CST Salinger said and went into immediate surgery The new baby like the others was delivered by Caesarean section The birth occurred at CST The Kennedys first son Jolm Jr also was born prematurely about three weeks ahead of schedule on Nov 25 1900 He weighed 6 pounds 3 ounces at birth He remained in an incu bator as a precautionary meas ure after his birth The President left the House by helicopter for Andrews Air Force Base His big jet plane was under going routine service so he hopped into an eightpassenger iOOmiJeanJiouf jet Star plane He arrived at Otis Air Base at p m CST About 25 Please turn to page 2 United textile agricultural and industrial prod ucts in trade talks sentiment in the the shoe and industries especially shows signs of rallying Some trade observers question thewisdom of retaliation They say the situation is far too com plicated to be solved merely by acting tough Others agree with Sen Frank Carlson RKan that the United States might be outtraded and sold down the river unless we adopt a hard line This kind of tariff raising re verberates around the nonCom munist world because of interna tional trade rules that say all cuts and boosts must be applied to ev eryone Most observers doubt there will be more than around or two of tariff retaliations Still they say negotiations can be expected to move pretty slowly IVegotiators on both sideswill be defensive cautious and sensitive to public opinion Then early this year France vetoed British membership in the Common Market Complaints were lodged against American in vestments in Europe France asserted its ambitions to sell its farm surpluses to Com mon Market neighbors American negotiators asking that farm goods be Ued to industrial goods in trade talks hit a brick wall Then German farmers asked protection against the cheap chickens of Americas automated hatcheries They got a higher levy When American negotiators complained the tariff was hiked even higher North Iowa Weather outlook Pair partty elevdy wHh a few isolated thunderstorms Wednesday night cooler northeast part of ieoe tows 4044 Mostly fair Thursday 11 i I f IIC iiGiOGviiuii a iniie west ot Cartersville obstructs the view for both drivers Only greatly re car with that of Mrs Wayne Withers f urns fo the OAS J BULLETIN PORT AU PRINCE Haiti troops have crushed a small force of rebel invad ers on the North Coast of ficial sources said Wednes day1 PORT AU PRINCE Haiti Wednesday pro tested against Dominican ag gression in a note to the Or ganization of American States and demanded that body take immediate action to halt it The new Haitian protest coin cided with the dispatch of three planeloads of troop reinforce ments from Port Au Prince to CapeHaitien in the officially la belled northeast war zone1 The troops carried light and heavy machine guns and other combat equipment They trav eled in Haitian army troop car riers The new Haitian protest to the OAS hinted at a possible serious turn in military devel opments in the northeast The original Haitian protest taken up by OAS did not ask that body to take any action There was no indication how many troops were airlifted to the front Wednesday but it was Inside The Globe RUSSIAN Chinese battle goes back 300 years Page 3 speculated that anywhere from 35 to 50 were aboard each plane Rumors circulated in Port Au Prince of a new exile landing at Grande Saline on Haitis west coast butthis was believed to stem from exile claims to that effect made in New York Tues day Sources in Port Au Prince were without contact with the northeast but the feeling was growing in the capital that the blow against the Duvalier gov ernment was being regarded by the regime as of more signifi cance than originally antici pated Admits she took money from firm Peggy Lou Symes 26 Route 1 Manly is free on a SlOOO bond on a charge of embezzle ment The charge was filed Tuesday night Police said she admitted tak ing about from the North Iowa Finance Co of City by forging loan applica tions Tom Mitchell the own er said the loss would not af fect the business MVs Symes an employe of the company waived prelimi nary hearing on the charge in a special Police Court hearing Tuesday evening and was bound over to District Court by BRAVES TAKE 71 win over Mankato Page 29 4 Police said she signed a statement in which she ad mitted using false names on at least six finance company ac DEATH CAR Highway patrolman James Lmd looks over the car in which one child was killed and her mother Mrs Wayne Audrey Darlene With ers and brother Guy Allen Withers 4 seriously hurt Another brother and sister and twin cousins also are in Ma son Citys Mercy Hospital Woman 81 injured in Osage blast George Brandt 1 is in critical condition at thcj u Cum County Hos 24251counts Money was shifted from 2e3ojone account to another and into a petty cash account from 3233 Soctety news Sports news North lotva news 38 which she also took money po Latest markets 44 ice said Mason City news Comics 50 Transport timetable 54 She toW officers she forged names from old accounts of per LEAVES THURSDAY in their names police said She made payments against ed nuclear lest ban treaty and most are expected to wind up voting for its ratification An influential Republican sen ator who asked not to be quoted by nama said he and a majority a of his colleagues have reached thp PJate that we cant afod o vote against this pital with second and third de iree burns she suffered Tues iay when her clothing caught ire in an explosion in her home Vi miles south of town Mrs Brandt was lighting Cant afford No vote on treaty WASHINGTON ScTatcIi0vc the Ircaty may dirainale have assessed the this danger As a result the senator said corner Speed toll corn cited in fatality Tall corn obstructing the view of a rural road in tersection was blamed Wednesday for the death of Janice Marie Withers 5 daughter of Mr and Mrs Wayne Withers Route 2 Rockwell The little girl was killed when a car driven by her mother Audrey Withers 27 collided one driven by John Wooc Howell 23 also of Routt 2 Rockwell Mrs Withers pinned untie the car after the collision at training school designed to ac quaint community leaders with methods to use in combatting juvenile v Iowa is dglji to tight Hie prowHr ofjuvenile de inquency Hughes said at a news conference Ihad hoped ve could set up a training pro gram at the University of Iowa vhcre ministers and other leaders f local communities could earn how lo handle juvenile de nqiients But we fust donf have the curred The explosion knocked treaty out 21 window panes in the house Mrs Brandt her cloth ing afire managed to get up stairs Her husband 82 put the There are a number of risks in volved that I dont like to see us take as a nation hesaid But if IM I LlJii uu u IICOCIIU JLUI 11 fire out by throwing water on thc Joint Chiefs of Staff say that her He called neighbors Mr on balance it is I believe they wont have any choice but to support it and Mrs Harvey Warringion took her to the hospital Mnxrr n nci 10 me nospiiai vjuuitt uui 10 support u n V iunu ui me season c skinner 32 of Akron Ohio willireport leave here Thursday afternoon The embezzlements began on his way to the United Slates last fall the statement said after extensive hearings beginning Monday he expects to see opposi tion virtually collapse Democratic leaders have said they are confident of getting the necessary support of twothirds of those voting But they have been wooing GOP backing in order lo attain overwhelming approval Call off picket action in NY NEW YORK Civil righfs announced Wednesday Tuesday afternoon is in Merc Hospital in Mason City with broken jaw fractured pelvi and other injuries She was re ported good condition hov ever Her son Guy Allen Wither 4 has a fractured skull He wa in satisfactory condition follow ing surgery at Mercy HospiU Tuesday evening The boy wa talking Wednesday morning th doctor said Four other children also an in Mercy Hospital with bodv lacerations and bruises and one las a possible head injury Al were reported in good condition Howell was treated for shock afler the accident and then re eased Highway patrolman Lind who investigated he accident said Howell would be charged with failure to yield he right of way Howell was westbound Lind aid when his car approached he intersection a mile west of Cartersville at pm Mrs Miners car was southbound he Howell car hit the other roadsideand knocked it into a itch on its side 54 feet away rom the impact Lind reported Francis John Sturges 39 lockwelf was approaching in is car and saw the dust from ie collision he told the officer Ie said he expected acollision nd found Mrs Withers pinned nder her car He tried lo lift he weight off her and yelled s a farm traclor approached Jsing it the car was lipped ack on its wheels and off Mrs Vithcrs Patrolman Lind said Janice laric was killed outright She vas thrown from the car Olh rs in the car included her rolher Rickey 10 and sister ie Jean 7 and Mrs Wilh rs twin brother and sister and Raymond Bode 8 Na edah Wis Raymond is the one ith possible head injuries The Withers family moved re ently from Belmond to near Rockwell Patrolman Lind gave primary blame for the accident to the obstructed vision but added lhat Howell undoubtedly was travel ing too fast at a blind corner There was no indication that he was exceeding the 60milcan hour speed limit on county roads the officer added The patrolman echoed the warning of last Monday by the Iowa Commissioner of Public Safety William Sueppel Unless lops of tall corn are cut at rural intersections every one is a po tential death trap Sueppel asked that corn be ttii Seek opped as far back as 175 feet from the intersection He noted that agronomists have indicated culling the corn a few inches above the top of the cars at this lime of the season causes little Neighbors and fr ends hplnvJ tw V tcr site m KKT JKLftK Tells plan to curtail teen crime DES MOINES Har old Hughes said Wednesday he would like to see established m noney to set up such a training rogram This is one of the things would like to see provided for y the next legislature Hughes met Tuesday wilh State enal Director Benjamin F Baer nd members of a commission ludying the problems of Iowa oungsters The governor said the group made several recommendations ncluding the hiring of five per ons to lead the fight against uvenile delinquency Hughes said there isnt money vailable to set up such an organ zation I think the training school for ommunity leaders is one of the hings we really need in Iowa to make a dent in the juvenile de nquency problem Hughes said There are just not enough paid cople to do the job Local peope ho work with youngsters such s ministers policemen and other aders must help out This training school would al w them lo study the problems amilies and backgrounds of ju enile delinquents so they would e familiar wilh such problems their dealings with their own oungsters Colombia alerts armed forces BOGOTA Colombia olombia alerted its armed TCCS Wednesday and held in their barracks in ombat readiness after an ouncing the discovery of a lot against the government Armed forces Chief MajGen Gabriel Reveiz Pizarro an nounced the detention of seven persons all of them very jm porlant but he declined to identify them He said the revolt plot f The commissioner appealed particularly to and FFA groups to help eliminate the dangerous conditions SAME DATEW23H   

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