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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 20, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             Nartk Daily Newspaper fc n e w s p a p that rnakts all North lowans neighbor v AZETTE Home Edition VOL LUM MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER iOe a T Paper ConsbU of Two Section No 192 Kennedy urges joint space rts in address to U N Cites pause in cold war To resume WORDS BY CASTRO Premier Fidel Cuba is hespoke during one ofhis lengthy informal rambling radio and television speeches to the Cuban people Newsman Arthur Jones who visited the country reports that Castro appears to have retained a good deal of popularity anrtvraeraa nirinl ci i despite goods exist in f otSt Joe JOSEPH Mo Co late that full operations will resume Monday at their meat packing plant here The announcement was made following athreehour meeting of management and union rep A Sj Drain plant manager said will be set up to meetMonday afteri noon to determine what steps should be taken to the St Joseph An estimated 593 employes laid off earlier this week in a dispute increased produc tion will return to work Members of management on the joint committee will be W J SchmitzChicago manager of industrial engineeringR B Tanner Omaha central area labor relations manager and Fred Bullen New York indus trial reUtions advisor and for mer victe chairman of the1 na tional wage stabilization board Negotiate on Decker lonely visitor i is character inv managed toget kmonand lime juice by ordering daiquiris with outrum The only drink readily available is rumand cola Beer is available only on the day it ar rives from the brewery There isnt enough to last long Cuban knowledge of America is quite dated One guntoting girl who laid her rifle on the store prtssions of life in Cuba are by a correspondent of the Camden Catholic Star Herald whichsent him to Cuba As a Brrtisljcitizen he had ready ac cess to the island and could stay as long as he wanted which was nine days By ARTHUR JONES Westerner cSUl S 7 C in Cuba is in Christmas cards and souvenirs in Cuba is the loneliest man the world He is trusted by neither the people nor the government His entry and exit depend en y w Kre tirely on the whim of the governfrom the United States Spain and ment and the onagain offagain other LatinAmerican countries to Mexico City flight of Cubana Airrelieve the monotonous diet and supplement the meager quantities the Mexicans are even they receive lines But more suspicious than the Cubans Every person using Mexico City to enter Cuba is photographed checked and rechecked A Despite the tension however the whole affair can be rather humorpus If Cubarias Bristol on the right day it can be said to be on hours mean nothing Bocklingtheir1 madeinMichi gan seat belts on my flight into Cuba were an assortrnent of East ern Europeans some Indonesians returning Cuban officials and dip lomatic couriers The largest sin gle nationality was Czechoslovak Public dining offers only cro quettes and various forms of rice There are about six good and highpricecl restaurants and I managed The diet is not bal anced There are few if any vege tables Since I was somewhat con cerned about my citrus intake I NOVELIST DIES UTICA NY Jeremy Lane 70 murdermystery au thor and retired newspaper advertising salesman died Wed nesday in Warren Mich Lane who retired in 1954 as a display advertising salesman for the Utica newspapers wrote mys tery novels as a hobby North Iowa Weather outlook Considerable cloudiness oc casional drizzle Friday night and early Saturday Lows Fri day night in the 50s Highs Saturday In the Weather details on 2 See you SomeCubans rely on parcels Mainly they are concerned about their children The babies dont play with dolls any more after schoolThey say Tm going to rhake like Fidel said one mother Children applaud the Red Chinese inoyies Cubans love their country Many are prepared to stay no matter what 0th1ers have found iteasier toigoialohgwJththegov ernrnent although they complain it has changed its r While onlybabies and some very old folk receive milk the gun crews caribe seen lapping it up by the quart They got a good supply of meat too When Itriedto buy some milk I found one loyal son of the revo lution Even at a bottle he re fused to part with one of the bot tles on his cart Local negotiations progress repre sentatives of Local 38 United Packinghouse Workers ca and JacobrE Decker Sons on job com plaints filed byJthe union A formal statement issued by the locals publicity committee at noon indicated tljat the union is hopeful of agreement The statement was in reply to a question from the GlobeGazette Although grievance notices on which negotiations are being held are purely Ipcal the state ment indicated also that the moves to settle differences at a St Joseph Mo plant are being considered as improving the general climate of unionArmour Co relations TheDecker plant is an Armour division The Local 38 statement said Negotiations are in progress today locally to resolve the job load grievances The union has been free td strike since notices were filed with the The 20day period of strike eligibility under he terms of the master agree ment runs to the fore part of October The varied problems be tween Armours and the UPWA AFLCIO are being discussed nationally and prospects for reaching an agreement on the issues are hopeful With the return of the St Joseph Mo workers to produc tion next Monday under the terms of the master agree ment and future meetings to dis cuss the problems in St Joseph it is hoped a solution will be ar rived at there The agreement to return to work at St Joseph was reached Thursday night UNITED NATIONS N Y UP President vcil nedy Friday rioted the apparent pause in the cold war called for new II SSoyiet cooperation including a i joint expedition to the moon He also lirged iiew efforts to ban weapons of mass estruction from outer space the U N General As embly whichThursday Heard a policy declaration from oviet Foreign Photofax Picket as JFK passes NEW president Kennedy saw pickets for vari ous causes wavingplacards as to ad dress the United Nations Some of the signsblamed him in the killing of six Negro chil Most of thepickets Plaza outside the United Jfations headquar ters j slogans edy is to Mr JFK ifCaroline and John Jr had beem among ythe six children murdered would you still be and Arm Negroes for self defense Pickets described themselves as representing such organiza tions as Congress of Racial Equality the Socialist Workers party Progressive Labor Move ment Young Socialist Alliance National Committee for Free dom Now party the Birming ham Group and Youth Against War and Fascism inside The Globe MILLER ATTACKS JFK tax revision plan Page 2 RUSSIANUS trade pol icy may be more liberal Page 3 Editorials 4 Society news 6 Clear Lake news 7 Mason City news 89 ndreiAi Gromyko Ken xwcl edy matched the moderGromyko te conciliatory tone set y Gromyko and hailed by U delegates as a Svel qnie Change in the ihter atiohal atmosphere The one jarring note was a Mycott by the Cuban delega on wKbse seats were con picuously vacant in the crowd ed chamber The President made no spe ific mention of Gromykos pro for an 18nation summit onference on disarmament in 964 but he laid heavy stress in continuing arms negoti itions He cautiously followed us reference to a pause in he coldwar by a reminder hat this is not a lasting peace The was excluded galleries for security VOQ t VWA Latest markets 9 Sports news 1112 Television news 1314 Classified pages 171819 North fowa news 20 BUSY MAN BONN Kon rad Adenauer 87 returned Thursday night from a vacation in Italy to prepare for a Satur day visit to France Ihotofax JFK SPEAKS TO UNITED NATIONS Race incident in I 44 NEW YORK News replied Thursday to Criticism bt a televised civil rights documentary by the mayor of Cedar Rapids T criticizing Cedar Rapids but was relating a single incident involy inga single motel Instead of sug gesting that discrimination was T maL uiaciuiiuiauun was Iowathat had been read into the prevalent the very point of his Record by Sen Bourke B Hickenlooper RIowa The network contended that its presentation of a V1947 incident in which aNegro said be was turned away from a motel was accurate and impartial It said the program reflected ac curately the fact that the Negro Dr WendeH Cotton of Los segregated or discriminated against in Cedar Rapids It was evident NBCs letter said that Dr Cotton Was not W referencewas to indicate that it was not expected in Cedar Rap ids The network was also criticized because the incident took place in 1947 but the year was not stated in the program It is a fact the letter said of when ithap pened he Dr Cotton applied for accommodatioi that had posted a but was denied accommodations by an attendant who told him there was no vacancy for accommodations a motel vacancy1 sign let Foreign Minister Andrei A In hisonly reference to Groi mykos talk Kennedy said We must cdntinue to seek agreement encouraged by days affirmative response to this proposal by the Soviet foreign minister on an arrangement to keep weapons of mass destruction out of outer space With the reference to Gro rriykosspeech which also called for a summit conference on dis armament next year Kennedy ent on to make his dramatic roposaLfor the joint moon shot Kennedy said both he United States and the Soviet Jnion have a special capacity rurthermore he argued both lave Agreed through the United Nations thai they will make no the seats r were Backed with ing members of thelli diplomatic missions and staff personnel In a major foreign policy pro nouncement before the United Rations Kennedy said the nego iation of a limited nuclear test ban hepredicted would win overwhelming en dorsement from the US Sen ate prove the tart of a long and fruitful jour ney toward peace And he said it might be fol owed by a joint AmericanSoviet ffort to place the first humans n the moon not as the repre entatives of a single nation but ie representatives of all human In his address prepared for de very to the 18th General Assem Iy Kennedy ajso called for steps oward disarmament and a broad r test ban abolition of racial and eligious discrimination every vhere and new efforts to trengthen the United Nations as n instrument of international co peration The Presidents address had een awaited mounting in erest because it followed by one ay a generally conciliatory talk otheGeneral Assembly by Soy territorial claims in space J prepared this backdrop Kennedy said j mans first Hto vthe moon be a matter ol national competitioh Why should the United1 Spates and the Soviet Unionm preparing for such expeditions become involved in immense duplications of re search construction and expendi ure we should explore vhether the scientists and astro auts of our two of all the worldTcannpt work to ether in the conquest of space sending some day in this decade o the moon not the representa ves of a single nation but the representatives of all humanity Even though Kennedy said this might become a worldwide project he emphasized the special capa city of the United States and the Soviet Union and used the term a joint expedition to the moon There was no doubt that he re garded this as a possible avenue of dramatic cooperation between the principal cold war adver saries But he also stressed that such a step arid others he sug gested will require on our part full consultation with our allies While holding out an olive KENNEDY Please turn to page 2 gift from Swadbergs to church The Misses Anna and Amanda iwadberg 321 2nd SE are mak ng a gift to Trinity Lu heran Church the Rev Lavern Hanson pastor announced Fri lay The money is designated or use in buying the churchs icw pipe organ BIRMINGHAM Ala AP Mayor Albert welcomed the appointnient jrf a presi dential commissioh racial peace in trbubled Birmingham But he disagreed sharply with Negro leaders who urged Presi dent Kennedy to send troops to maintain order in Birmingham where the Sunday bombing of a church killed four Negro girls Kennedy talked tothe Negro leaders at the White House Thurs day Five Birmingham community leaders will meet with Kennedy in Washington Monday Boutwell applauded the selec lion of the former Army tootbaU coachEarl Blaik and former Secretary of the Army Kenneth C RoyaU for the mission to Birming ham praising them as dis tinguished and able men devoid stigma of politics or par We welcome as a city and a people the cooperation of any who are witling to understand our dif ficulties and be genuinely helpful in their solution the mayor said Royall 69 an attorney once was a state senator in North Caro lina Biaik 66 is chairman of the executive committee of Avco Corp He was the coach who built Army into a national football power during WorFd War II Shortly before Kennedy an nounced the appointments Bout welltold newsmen many of Bir minghams troubles were caused by outsiders both white and col ored who have come in here and agitated to the point where they have made our people more tense After talking with the Negro leaders Kennedy urged coopera tion and restraint by all Birming ham citizens and announced ap pointment of the twoman commis sion He said the FBI and city are making massivt efforts to bring to justice the per sons responsible for the bombing on Sunday and previous inci dents Boutwell said he asked for the meeting Monday in hope of por traying to Kennedy what he called the true story of As whites and Negroes continued to study peacefully in desegre gated schools in four Alabama cities a relatively quiet day pro duced these other developments A student boycott at one newly integrated Birmingham school be gan to fade as enrollment ap proached normal M Negro Vivian Malone admitted to the University of Alabama last June 11 under an escort of fed eralized National Guard troops enrolled for the fail semester without incident Pr Martin Luther King Jr called the Negroes conference with Kennedy very fruitful but said Birmingham Negroes are frustrated confused and almost on the verge of despair King said the President urged to send troops into the city re plied that the federalized Nation al Guard is still on duty and he would wait and see what devel ops i The gift together with money already on hand and pledged by congregation members insures the full payment for the organ the pastor said The or gan is being built now by the Reuter Organ Co Lawrence Kan The organ a threemanual 31rank instrument is sched uled for installation and com pletion early next summer The Misses Swadberg mem bers of the Trinity Church con gregation were longtime em ployes ofthe B C Ways and are among beneficiaries of estate of Mrs B C Way SAME DATE1H240I Tratfta   

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