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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 21, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                                few Doily Newspaper ntwspaptr thai makes oil North I owons Home Edition VOL MI MASOM CITY IOWA SATURDAY SEPTEMilR Jl Wc a Paper of Two OSM 1W viic 0112118 wny one was content to takea snooze after making certain that Enthusiastic greeting for JFks U N speech UNITED NATIONS NY AP Kennedys dramatic bid for a inopn ex peditionwon generally enthusias tic reaction His moderatepolicy statement stirred guarded hopes for progress in easing cold war tensionsat the UN General As sembly session Kennedys address Friday fol lowing an unusually mild policy speech by Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei A Gromyko heartened diplomats weary of bitter ex changes between the two big powers Gromyko welcomed the concil iatory nature of Kennedys speech but reserved comment on Specific proposalspending study He also conveyed to Kennedy the ousted steps in easing colds war specifically by Sovietsace and explr ience for ST TOSEPH Mo local union officers at the Armour Copacking plant have been ousted from union office and their international officers are taking control of the local The ousters were announced Friday nightfay Harry Hendrix fieldrepresentative for the United Packinghouse Food and Allied Workers Union Removed from office were Rob ert L Carver president of Local 58 for five years William Bishop a trustee and Grant Butcher Jr member of the Grievance Com mittee h Earlier this Dave Hart of Des Moines District 3 director announced his own appointment as administrator totake over op eration of the local He appointed Hendrix as his deputy adminis trator Carver when he learned that the international was taking over the local issued this statement I was shocked to find that the International union would go this far in their efforts to prevent Lo i cal 58 members from saving their jobs The jobs of the union work ers are at stake and it appears the international union is trying to close the St Joseph plant Nearly 600 of the Armour plants BULLETIN NEWPORT R I UPI President Kennedy Saturday directed Secretary Robert S McNamara and Gen Maxwell D chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff to rush to South Viet Nam to review the combined military effort against the Communists STUART DIES RICHMOND Va UPI State Sen Harry Carter Stuart 70 a greatnephew of Confed erate Gen J E B Stuart died Friday North Weather outlook Pair through Saturday night Partly cloudy Sunday with chance of showers Low Sat vrday in High Sunday in the 70s on 2 Decker meets No settlement I V A local unionmanagement meetingFriday ended without a solution being reached on job load grievance complaints filed with the Jacob E Deck er Sons packingplant How ever Peter Lichman presi dent of Local 38 of the United Packinghouse Workers of America said that the union is hopeful of a settlement 1100 workers were laid off this week during an extended dispute oyer efforts to increase produc tion However a toplevel grievance session brought an agreement to resume full operations Monday with the workers going backjun der their original contract or master agreement A S Drain plant manager saitf Friday the resumption of work will be only the first step in resolving the labor problem He said high officers of the com pany and union will begin dis cussions Monday on how to oper ate the plant on a profitable basis Those talks are expected to last several days The problems began building up in July when the company said the plant had lost million in six months and nearly 500 work ers would be laid off unless there was better production Carver and other local officers then devised a working agreement under which production would be increased 12 per cent Local members ratified the plan almost unanimously The plant operated under the agreement three weeks in August and company officials expressed satisfaction Ralph rMstoin me unions in ternational president came to St Joseph and spoke against the lo cal agreement calling it a speed up Local 58 voted to rescind the plan Aug 30 warm personal greetings of Premier Khrushchevata1 recep tion afterthe Presidents speech Gromykos remarks seemed to support the growing hope that the Soviets searaTby the Cuban crisis anddifferences with Peking are more interested amity than in rocketrattling Kennedy Illnation have route iwr a moon snot j Delegates PfaiUd the tenor of Kennedys speech andechoed his call for peaceful settlement of EastWest differences There specu lation why Kennedy suggestedthe joint moon expedition Some dele1 gatesexpressed1 the belief that Kennedy feels the United States cannot beat the Soviets to the moon on its own It was noted that US space officals at Cape Canaveral voiced disappointment over this as an in dication that the President seems ready to abandon the US moon project His suggestion came at a time when publicenthusiasm for the project apparently is waning costs are spiraling and no longer is rubberstamping space agency money requests Delegates agreed that a com bined moon journeywould do a lot for EastWest amity Editorial reaction in London was enthusiastic In Bonn West German government and opposition leaders joined in hailing thespeech The Soviet news agency Tass gave extensive summaries of Ken nedys address butmade no men tion of his moon shot proposal Kennedys expression of support for civil rights inthe United States and human rights around the world were seen by Moscow Radio as propaganda Mac may call early election LONDON Minister Harold Macmillan may call a snap national election this fall and risk his Conservative gov ernments future at the height of the KeelerProfumo sex and security Scandal a ranking government minister says Elections are believed 12 months off but Health Minister Enoch Powell told a Conserva tive party rally in Somerset Fri day night You can expect the elections any day from now on HEART ASSOCIATION A J Herlitz ka Mason City president of the north central division of the Iowa Heart Association has an nounced an organizational meet ing forthe Hancock County unit Monday at 8 p m at the Han cock Rural Electric Coop Build ing in Garner j Attack JFK tax Repub licans havetold thepeople ttat Congress would be playing Rus sian roulette witKour destiny if President Ken nedys tax cut bill a brake on federal spending f WASHINGTON Sen ate has ended its general debate on the limited nuclear testban reaty and has one more hurdle efore Voting Tuesday on ratifica Oh Monday the action centers oh attempts by critics andluke warm supporters to attach reser vations to the pact Whichwould ban nuclear tests except under1 ground f and Democratic eaders have expressed confidence they have enough votes to win atification by a large margin and to tUni back any reservations One of the reservations is a pro posal by Sen Barry Goldwater RAriz to postpone the treatys effectiveness until the Soviet Union removes its military base and any nuclearcapable weapons from Cuba Although only 15 senators have announced they will vote against he treaty Sen George D Aiken RVt a treatysupporter pre dicted Goldwater maymuster as many as 30 votes for his reserva ion Aiken a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee said theremay be fewer votes or a reservation by Sen Russell 3 Long DLa to spell out that the United States has a right to use nuclear weapons to defend it self or any of its allies Reserva tions can be rejected by a major ity yote although ratification it self will require atwothirds ma jority 67 if all 100 senators are onhand An unofficial Associated Press to tie dowit spending butthat Con spr rely alone on Ken nedy s promise to hold spending flt Is timohvjudge the admin what if does more than what it said over the ABC and CBS television and radio networks and the Mu tual radio network The Republican reply to Presi dent Kennedys appeal will be continued Saturday night when Rep Thomas B Curtis of Missouri speaks on NBC television and radio at 4 pm CST The networks all of which car ried Kennedys speech Wednesday night made equal time available to the Republican National Com mittee Byrnes of Wisconsin contended the administration is taking an unprecedented gamble with the entire economic system of the United States and that if this long shot does not come through billion may be added to the national debt before the budget is balanced Byrnes senior Ifepublican on the taxwriting Ways and Means Committee is proposing an amendment making the tafc cut inoperative unless the President submits in January or earlier spending estimates not above billion for the fiscal year that be gan last July l and billion for next year She had the wrong makeup FONTANA Calif UPI Jack Adams of the Fontana HeraldNews placed an adver tisement in the Los Angeles metropolitan newspapers for a womans editor Adams said he received a call from a woman asking about the job How are you on makeup Adams asked Oh I use a little lipstick she replied SAME DATE1W2400 Safety Depurtmeni Fibres t t ces survey shows 82 senators either announced for or inclined to vote or ratification15 against and hree Sens Howard Cannon D Nev John L McCleilan DArk and Margaret Chase Smith R Maine undecided during the past two weeks has averaged 40000words day North lowan f Staffer Jr Sheffield Friday v a electedpresident of the Nationaj League bfrPostmasters at the closing session tions convention here Stoffer 34 defeated Marjorie Van Dyke Pimento tod for ie leagues top post During the ast two years Stoffer has served the league as a vice president A native of Alexander Stoffer las been postmaster at Sheffield for six years Prior to that he owned and operated a grocery tore there for five years Be bre that he worked ior the franklin County Soil Conserva ion Service at Hampton Stoffer s married and has four chil dren Sen Len B Jordan RIdaho became the 15th1 senator to an nounce he will vote against the treaty and Sen Olin D Johnston DSC removed himself from the doubtful list by announcing he will vote for it Johnston said if the Senate re jects the treaty we are saying that we have given up all hope for peace and we are tellingthey world it must look forward only to an endless dark age of cold war and everthreatening nuclear attack v Sen Bourke B Hickenlooper R lowa senior Republican member of the Foreign Relations Commit tee and Senate GOP Policy Committee gave treaty unenthusiastic support CHICAGO Thirteen bishops of the Methodist j Church and the Evangelical United Brethren Church have unveiled a plan to form an 11 millionmember United Methodist Church The plan to unite the two denominations of parallel history was announced Friday following a twoday meeting in Chicago Talks arid study have been under way for about eight years The target date for final merger is 19681 Another joint meeting in Nashville in De cember will refine the plan for submission to the Methodist Churchs general conference in Pittsburgh next spring Approval there is almost a certainty a spokesman said The EUB Church would act on the proposal at its 1966 general con ference in Wichita followed by action at lower levels t Methodist Bishop Glenn R Phillips of Denver joint presidentof the Chicago meet ing with EUB Bishop Reuben H Mueller of Indianapolis termed the plan a move to strengthen the Protestant voice The more we gettogether as Protestants the morewe strengthen burcauseV Bishop Phillipssaid He cited criticism oMhe fact that there are some 200 Protestant churches andi splinter groups The announcement followed recent mer ger moves among other Protestant churches including the United Church of Christ formed by the1 Congregational Christian Churches and the Evangelical and Reformed Church The proposed merger could pave the way for further Methodist union Bishop Phil lips said He noted that in England where Methodism has its origins in the 18th cen tury there has been discussion of merging the Methodist Church and the Church of Eng land The Methodist with a member ship of 10234986 by latest figures is largest Protestant denomination in the Unit ed States the with some 750000 mem bers including churches in Canada was formed in 1946 by a union ot the Evangelical Church and the United in Christ both organized by German settlers in 1800 and following doctrines of Methodism Indonesia won takeBritish property LONDON Britain ceived with uneasy reserve day a pledge President Sukarnos governmentto avoid nationalizing any of the million worth of British in dustries and enterprises in In donesia In an atmosphere still clouded y the antiMalaysian fire riot ng in Jakarta on Wednesday he British government made known its dissatisfaction with this response to its demand for a clearcut definition of In donesian policy toward British investments Indonesian Ambassador Burhanudin fMohamad Diah presented Foreign Secre tary Lord Home a note making these points 1 There is no intention on In donesias part of nationalizing the British enterprises operat ing in Indonesia including the Shell Oil Co 2 Several British properties taken over by labor unions have been placed under the protec tive supervision of the govern ment to insure output goes on Inside e Globe HUGHES defends ADO plan Page 2 RUSSIA cites Chinese bomb hopes Page 3J Editorials 4 purveyor 5 Church news 4 Society news g Clear Lake news North Iowa news 10 Sports news 1112 Comics 13 Latest markets 14 Mason City news 1415 Transit timetable 18 Classified pages 1819 r   

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