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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 22, 1963, Mason City, Iowa Tlit Nartk Doily Newspoper twspoper that mokts all North lowons neighbors voLro Home Edition MASON CITY IOWA TUIfDAYv M 1H3 lOc a Paper Two lit T 5000 Gls hop across the Atlant 250 protest NFOers to air bid for CORNING Oren Lee Staley whose removal as president of the National Farmers Organization has by some promised to poll the NFO directors Tuesday to see if they will meet and air complaints This conditional step was one upshot of a stormy meeting Monday of 250 protesting members wHbde that the national directors meet with their spokesmen not later than Saturday Bob Casper Winterset a former national vice president and a leader of the move de manded that Staley resign be fore the national NFO conven tion in Des Moines in Decem ber r Casper who was an unsuc cessful candidate against the reelection of Staley last year charged that there is dissension among the present directors and that NFO policies are guided by irresponsible leadership Staley said that the protest meetinghadbeen instigated by some politicians He expressed belief that most of those attending had been mis led or were there out of curi osity But the livestock action last year was mentioned at the meeting as one of the fac tors behind the protest Staley has been president of the NFO since it was formed in 1955 It seeks to require proces tfrtVHB tnmtnT r A To chart peace code UNITED NATIONS NY Tito of Yugo slavia urged Tuesday a summit meeting to chart a code for peaceful coexistence for the na tions of the world He made the proposal in a speech prepared for delivery before the UN General Assem bly in which he appealed ur gently for an end to the cold war i The visiting leader assorted fundamental political queatioV facing man kind l is coexistence among states with1 different eonomical and political systems Tito put it thiswayr It would be of particular im portance for the further im provement of international rela tions and for the strengthening of peace in the world for the United N a t i o n s as the most representative gathering of equal and sovereign nations and as the most prominent for wlfich world opin ion expresses to elaborate and to codify the prin ciples of peaceful coexistence He said he is aware that the matter is covered by the UN Charter and is also under dis cussion in the assemblys legal committee Nevertheless he added be cause of the fundamental im portance he attaches to thje question fI feel that the United Nations should devote parti cular attention to the consider ation of this question on a high level and in a manner which would most appropriately re flect its importance Tito making his first visit to the UN since 1960 has con tended the international organ ization should draw up ground rules for peaceful EastWest re Iatl55s7 BOB CASPER prices they will pay to farmers The protest group met in the Knights of Columbus Hall acrqss the street from national NFO headquarters here after a scheduled session with the na tionalboard had been postponed indefinitely For five hours the members listened to speakers in the stuf fy smokefilled hall Dale Coch ran of Fort Dodge former na tional publicity director pre sided Casper urged that the national convention name better lead ers but did not name anybody as possible candidates While the meeting was under way Staley issued a statement that any or allof the protestors were welcome to meet with him in the headquarters The protest group refused to go or send a delegation and in stead invited Staley to come to the hall Staley rejected this in vitation calling it intimida tion However at various times eight members of the board of directors went to the hall After the meeting about 50 members went to talk to Staley They met with Staley and some of the directors Staley then agreed to poll the board on prospects of having a board meeting Lightning hits kills A r 51 NEW Walter J Stover 51 was killed by light ning jhere Monday night as he was plowing afield on hisfarm1 Hiswife and neighbors be came curious when the tractor lightsr revealed the tractor had stopped investigated and found the body in the field about Dr Paul Richmond Chicka saw County medical examiner said he was killed instantly The tractor apparently had con tinued in a quartermile circle after Stover fell off It had then stalled v Surviving are his wife a son Lee and a daughter LaVonne Funeral arrangements are in complete at Perrys Funeral Home here Erhard to visit JFK WASHINGTON New West German Chancellor Lud wig Erhard will confer with President Kennedy in Washing ton late nextmonth the White House announced Tuesday Press Secretary Pierre Salin ger said the conferences have been scheduled tentatively for Nov 2425 Probe steel firms 7getUS subpoenas v YORK w At least steel companies have been Vsubpoenaed by a federa In w York under mysterious circumstances Ii was reported that the inquiry concerned steel prices i none of the steel firms openly said so and the Justice Department in Washing ton declined comment ASpokesinan for one company Republic Steel Corp said the subpoenas took the industry by pAn acrosjtheboard incrtaW in prices major Steel prpr within 48 hours in Apr i 1962 erupted into an epic busi nessgovernment clash The a ton hike j was rescinded under WhiteHouse pressure L 4 Among other things a grand jury was launched but nbthirig came of iti President rKennedy expressec concern earlier this month over selective increases last spring and this fall covering about 7C percent of all steel products said situation was being watched very Care fully along with markups in other industries but said noth ing about any formal investiga tion Increasesffin which the White 8ce asspr were steel sheets used heavily by automobile ant appliance makers and stee strip i They were initiated by Wheel ingSteel Corpi the llth rank ing company and gradually spread racross the industry round of increases started in September applied to oil field pipes bars plate structural shapes and semifin ished steel sold by primary pro ducers to processors plus a few other products Some of these increases fluctuated from company to company before settling into a welldefinedvpattern Besides Republic the third ranking producer companies confirming receipt of subpoenas Monday included US Steel Corp National Steel Corp Jones Laughlin Steel Corp Youngstown Sheet and Tube Co and Wheeling All except Wheel ing are among the big eight producers Inland Steel Co a holdout with Kaiser Steel Corp against the general price increase of April 1962 said Monday night it had not been served FLY HOME BERLIN cos monauts Yuri Gagarin and Val entina Tershkova left East Ber lin Tuesday for Moscow Teenagers have billions Where kids spend money c m VA H f kixtv EDITORS NOTE How do the teenagers spend the bil lions of dollars at their dis posal This second of two arti cles reports on where their money goes and what it means to the economy By JACK LEFLER AP Business News Writer NEW YORK AP Seven teenyearold Donald Moger gets a week allowance from his parents and spends it all This New York teenagers spending habits are fairly typi cal of the 9 million boys aged 14 to 17 who along with teen age girls make up a mammoth market that has emerged since World War II Those boys spend billion a year on everything from hot dogs to cars Donald who boosts his spend ing power with parttime jobs his money on clothing hot rod books refresh ments dates and a wide variety of other things Clothes are the top spending item for both boys and girls They use their own money exV cept for big ticket items such as coats suits and dresses Someone sets the style the leader in the group says Donald Someone will buy tight pants and then we all will Despite the tendency to follow the leader and an affinity for fads teenagers generally get an A from market analysts for Some market experts say they are better shoppers than their parents Theyre rather astute in the selection of wearing apparel says Morton Minsky president of Diamond Sales Corp a 30 yearold New York consultant firm that concentrates on the boys market They latch onto fads but these fads have to be in good taste Girls spend million a year an average of each on phonograph records accounting for 50 per cent of all record sales They spend million a year buying onefourth of all greeting cards sold Their annual bill for apparel is billion and for footwear million Teenage girls representing 11 per cent of the female popu lation account for 22 per cent of womens cosmetic sales All told 11116000 girls spend billion a year As for boys it is estimated that 50 per cent of high school seniors own cars 86 per cent own or use a camera 39 per cent own a rifle or gun 76 per cent use hair tonic 722 per cent own electric trains and 179 per cent own typewriters board AP Photofax WAY Troops m Fort at Bergstrom Air Force Base near AU transport tin for a nonstop flight to Germany 6000 owe back tax in state DESMOINES check of income tax returns of persons whose names start with A B C or D has disclosed 6OW who the Money the 5tatgg3Tax t said Tuesday The1 check actually discloset 30000names of persons who a first glance apparently did no pay taxes on their 1961 income but Commission Chairman An drew George said that figure is extremely misleading George said many of the ap parently delinquent taxpayers actually Have paid their taxes under different names because ofmarriage because of dupli cation in tax forms or for other reasons Commissioner Lynn Potter said past experience has shown that about 6000 of the persons checked probably owe taxes av eraging about each That would total from persons whose names begin with the first four lettersof the al phabet If the trend continues through the rest of the alpha bet the total would be about for all taxpayers checked Only returns of persons whose income is from wages are being reviewed under the system in which the commission compares the return filed by the employ er with the return that is filed with the employe George in pointing out that the 30000 figure is misleading said his tax return once was re jectedby a similar check be cause he had sighed his name A L George and bis employ er listed his name as Andrew George Ship rides in wake of t hurricane THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Navy destroyer escort ogg caught inthe whiplash of Hurricane Ginny rode 25foot seas Tuesday without engine power Two Coast Guard vessels standing by her off North Caro ina reported her 10man crew was safe A decision on what to do about he Fogg awaits weather devel opments a Coast Guard spokes man said hi New York The 306foot decommissioned vessel had drifted south in the Atlantic about 70 miles since breaking loose from her tow Sat urday night The Coast Guard cutter Cas co reached her Monday night after the Fogg was spotted by a Navy hurricanehunter plaue Photofax PALSPARTrMaj Gen Edwin HBurba Com mander of the2ndArmored Hell Wheels Bivi to his j dog Axelbefore boarding a C135jet transport at Bergstrom Air ForceBase for a nonstop flight to Germany Exercise Big Lift aimed at moving 15000 combat troops and one mil lion pounds of battle gear to Europe inless than three days is an effort to capability for rapid reinforcement of NATO Neighbors helping neighbors Chest is over 92 per cent All goes well in exercise Big Lift71 under way On the final day of the ex ended Community Chest drive lonations topped 92 per cent of tie goal Receipts of 519286 brought thetotal to ate to according to Community Chest officials They said with several large roups of employes still unre ported and some cards out they were cautiously optimistic about reaching this years goal Several employe groups were added to the list of those who jhave made their quotas They are from the following firms Lundbergs Inc Sam Raizes Dept Store Damons Inc River City Rambler Mental HcaIth Center of North Iowa Carnation Company and Grypps Food Center This makes a total of 42 firms whose employes have made their quotas North Weather outlook Fair through Wednesday Cooler Tuesday night lows in low to mid Highi ncsday in 70s details on 2 FEOM OUR WIRE SERVICES FRANKFURT GermanyA mighty fleet of military planes streaked across theAtlantic to West Germany Tuesday with 15000 Gls aboard A giant C135 jet transport was the first plane to arrive it settled down on a runway wet with rain at Frankfurti U S Air Force Base in fog The silvery jet was followed by a massive fleet of planes that stretched from Texas to Germany The Army and Air joined hands in the historic demonstration of the United States power to throw a quick fighting punch overseas The first of more than 200 air transports carrying the 2nd Ar mored Hell on Divi sion to Germany in Exercise Big Lift left the runway at BergstrbmAFB near Austin at The airlift largest in US military history continues until Thursday afternoon Then the 2nd Armored will tangle with lie 3rd Armored Division in mock nuclear war The 3rd Ar mored which playsthe role of invader is already in Europe Theeyes of the world are on S Adams chief of command running WC airlift of 15000 soldiers and aifmeiT at Ft Hood shortly before they boarded busejs enroute to air bases US officials have said major aimof Big lift is to dem onstrate to this countrys allies and to the Soviets an ability to reinforce swiftly the forces fac iig the Communists along the Iron Curtain in West Europe Were ready to go said Maj Gen Edwin H Burba commander of the 2nd Armored Hurricane Ginny cavorting off he Atlantic Coast changed part f the flight plans Some flights riginally scheduled to fly to Germany by way of Bermuda nd Azores turned to the north rn route over Greenland and Scotland The exercise is the largest longrange airlift of armed men in history Its total cost is es timated at million including payment for 6V4 million gallons of fuel needed for air trans ports alone Burma estimated the transat lantic transfer of 15000 division soldiers and supporting artillery and truck troops plus 116 jet fighters and other planes with 1500 airmen would take 63 hours and 40 minutes Sea movement of the 2nd Ar mored and its more than 27000 tons of equipment would take about four weeks Inside The Globe CUBAN CRISIS occurred one year ago Page 2 NAGGING WIVES money spell trouble for hubby Page 3 Editorials 4 Clear Lake news 7 Society news 8910H Sport news 1314 North Iowa news 15 Latest markets U Mason City news SU1720 Comics ig Transit timetable 20 Classified pages 2021 SAME
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