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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 11, 1963, Mason City, Iowa price a m nd said Monday f T cu HiJiA dairy official the two local dairies still is 47 cents gallon and A t M v milk in Mason City now varies all the way from 45 to 49 cents a half gallon That price is fixed by the stores and is finally de termined by competition Inat is the reason he ex plained why it will take several days to level off We just dont control the retail price any more he said We can only say what the wholesale price will be That price has increased one cent a quart he ad mitted At this time of year the price to the dair ies paid to t h e farmer goes up according to the Federal Marketing Order he explained Asked why the stores sell milk with their own store label at 2 cents a half gallon below the dairy labels he reported that the dairies sell that milk for a cent less a half gallon We dont have any ad vertising or promotion costs on it Onthe other hand the stores are willing to cut it an additional cent in order to promote their own brand Milk costs more in Ma son City than in Minnesota he answered another ques tion because the Minne sota farmers get less for their milk They are not under the Federal Market ing Order as the North lowans are Officials of the local dairies said the wholesale increase in milk and some of the was made because costs have increased and some adjust lowans j A two car collision at 10 aTm Monday on Koutei 150 near Molinergsulfed in the injury to six persons two from Mason City takento a Moline hospital with five of them released after treatment Marion Burbank 65 Mason City was hospitalized and was reported to be iri satisfactory condition Monday afternoon His wife also 65 had minor injur ies were passengers in an auto driven by Elmer Phillips 67 of Sexton He also had minor injuries as did Ruth Phillips 63 in his car State police said the other car was driven by Marvin Krause 24 Albert Lea Minn He es caped injury Others injured in Krauses car were his wife Bonnie 21 and their daughter Corrine 3 Lake woman held on bad check charges Jean Tay lor 40 of Clear Lake was held here Monday in lieu of bond on charges of writing bad checks She was arrested atCedar Falls Sunday Officers said she admitted writing numerous bad checks meet increasing costs to milk by half was increased from 36 to 37 cents v Store prices on Marigold and Carnation however have increased in general from 45 to 47 cents a half gallon store managers maintaining they have added only the two cent wholesale increase Skim milk has increased from20 to 22 cents at the stores and chocolate and 2 per cent milk from 39 to 41 cents Some of the store label milk brands have in creased from 43 to 45 cents a half gallon The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors G HOME EDITION VOL 103 MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY NOVEMBER 11 1963 10c a Paper Consists of Two SectionsSection One International Full Lease Wtrei Associated Press and United Press No 234 PT trained on Coast Inside The Globe FINE feathers for spring fashions Page 10 i 4HWINNERS will go to Chicago Page 17 Editorials 4 North Iowa news8 Society news 1011 Sports news 1314 Mason City news 161720 Clear Lake news 19 North Iowa Weather outlook Partly cloudy cooler Mon day niflht lows mid 20s north to upper 20s south Clear to partly cloudy Tuesday con tinued cool highs in lower Weather en Page 2 EDITORS NOTE Coast Guard operations off south Florida aremainly concerned with escaping and raids against the Commu nist island this country Daily air and sea patrols are maintained An Associated Press staff writer and photog rapher made one such flight This is a look at the air patrol a By JOE MCGOWAN JR MIAMI Fla slow uriarmed Coast Guard defied guns trained on it by Cuban militiamen and scored a major propaganda vic tory over the Fidel Castro re gime Photographs taken by the crew of the twinengine amphib ious plane showed the world a Cuban raiding party kidnaping 19 refugees from Anguilla Cay a desolate British island 40 miles off Cubas north coast Photos v showed a Russian built helicopter on the ground and two Bussiarimade PTtype boats the island with therefugees aboard One photo showed three men in one boat with their automatic rifles aimed at the US aircraft Catching the Cubans in the daylight raid is regarded by the Coast Guards Miami Air Sta tion asthe most exciting thing that has happened since Castro came to power Search and rescue has been and still is the Coast Guards primary missions can be tedious Sometimes they are dangerous Since mid1959 a preponder ance of search and rescue mis sions have been linked in one Critical of Hughes pampering inmates DES MOINES WKAformer member of the Iowa Board of Parole has c r i t i c i z e d Gpv Harold Hughes for what he de scribed as pampering prison ers at institutions where dis turbances occurred recently At Dubuque Arnold Utzig who retired from the Parole Board last June objected to the action of the governor in invit ing prisoners to write uncen sored letters to him Meanwhile the governor awaited a report on complaints of inmates of the Fort Madisqn State Penitentiary where prison ers smashed windows and loot ed the prison commissary in a demonstration Friday Grievances of inmates were heard Saturday by Hughes ex ecutive assistant Dwight Jen sen members of the State Board of Control and Ben Baer state director of corrections After the session Jensen said he was not authorized to make any statement that it would be up to Hughes way or another with the Cuban situation In addition the Coast Guard has beenassigned the difficult two way task of guarding against illegal Castro activities yet protecting the Communist island from attack by antiCas tro exiles To handle the assignment the Coast Guard has siphoned off men and equipment from its stations around the world and added them to the command of the7th Coast Guard District headquartered in Miami The district has become the largest Coast Guard operation in the world said Comdr James Dillon Tehighwing Al batross amphibians capable of land or sea operation and three helicopters operate from the air station at Dinner Key On March 30 1963 President Kennedy issued a proclamation against raids on Cuba Since then we have had a plane in the air atalmost all times during daylight hours and quite often at night said a Guard officer This newsman and photogra pher went along recently on Patrol Charlie a 1000mile 8hour flight Lt Comdr W K Cooper guided the chubby Albatross aloft in a spray of salt water and leveled off at 500 feet max knots At 500 feet you shark from a porpoise or to scan a wide stretch of ocean Protest ns deaths Some blame it on government TOKYO cries of government neglect and the smell of funeral incense hung heavily over Japan Monday as bereaved fa m i 1 i es arranged services for morethan 600 per sons killed in a coal mine explo sion and triple train crash Socialist and Democratic So cialist politicians seized on the double disaster asa major cam paign issue in national parlia mentary elections only 10 day off The leftists held Premier Hay ato ikedas conservative gov ernment responsible for the tragedies charging the acci dents resultedrfrom the govern irients onesided policy to pro m o if o p o M c capital ist classes at the expense of workers lives The coal dust explosion in the mine at Omuta on the southern island of Kyushu killed 449 miners injured about 450 and left 7 unaccounted for the Mit sui Mining Co said Police said however they had counted 452 bodies The train wreck six hours lat er and 600 miles to the north lulled 162 including WilliamScott 28 of Colorado Springs Colo who was study ing in Tokyo At least 70 were injured Two persons were injured Mon day in another train wreck A slow moving passenger train r a m m ed another passenger train that had halted half a mile out of the Hiroshima sta tion Although the pressure was on Ikeda the president of Japan National Railways Reisuke Ish ida said he was accepting full responsibility for Saturdays disaster and would resign The pileup near he second threetrain crash in 18 months Japanese rail acci lents take an average of 10000 lives a year The plane flew south of the Juban port of Caibarien where exile group Commandos L once attacked the Russian mer chant ship Baku The plane turned eastward keeping just outside the threemile limit At am copilot Lt E W la Croix Jr sighted two small r boats a few miles wn at tJUU Iclit UlaX 10 d iOY 1U11CS imum altitude for the entire east of Cav Lobo lighthouse flight Cruising speed was 140 The Plane dropped to about 50 fOrtl Jt i feet and circled the boats uian fn I dentified 18000 persons ale pancakes and can tell a as Cuban fishing vessels fried ham Sunday in what was Called the largest breakfast ever under It was late afternoon when the Albatross waddled up the thl you re high enough to its parking place in Biscayn Bay NO seems to be hayingsome trouble with those World Warl puttees They belong to Willis M Bemiss726 llth NE but he wasnt wearing them at Mason Citys Veterans Day ceremonies The hat somewhat oversize for to Stanley L Haynes 953 5th SE Jon is the son of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Kala har 950 6th SE to veterans ed of thousands of Americans who died in war and more than 22 million living vet r Kennedy arranged to lead the nations 10th sVeterans Day cele bration by laying awreath at the Tomb of the Unknowns in Arlington National Cemetery The ceremony was held atf 10 am the hour the guris stopped firing albngWorld War is West Vrn Front just 45 years ago Gen David M Shoup retir ing Marine commandant who won the Medal of Honor in World War II was chosen to de liver the chief address after Expect no word this week on Interstate 35 The Iowa Highway Commis sion is continuing its study of the route of Interstate 35 through North Iowa and will not make a decision on it at meetings this Tuesday and Wednesday Chairman Harry Bradley Des Mbinestold the GlobeGazette Monday The MaSon City Committee onInterstate 35 has requested that a detailed survey be made of its proposal to route it near the Mason City Airport instead of along Highway 69 as pro posed Next commission meetings will be Dec 34 LOTTA FOOD wreath before anhonor guard from all the services In his brief preparedspeech Shoup deplored that although man has made great strides in science and space he has not yet learned to live in enduring peace with his fellow men But the Marine leader cau tioned We cannot practice the de ception that somehow without alertness and conscious effort on our part an everlastingVan acea may develop which will abolish for all time mansoldest Shoup said the invisible spir its of these thousands of gallant Americans buried in Arlington have this hope CHICAGO More than ie sion w a s the second Masonic breakfast Kenriecly laV the traditional iderit Kennedy himself a combat veteran Monday honor some day therewill a meeting at the summit which shall become as everlastingly importantto humanity as the Sermonion the Mount i t Once known as Armistice Day because it commemorated the end of World War I the holiday was broadened in 1954 to honor those who fought in all the na tions According to official figures there are 22127000 living US war 23 men n their 90s who fought in the Indian wars of the Kennefly who still suffers the effects of a back injury he suf ered in the Pacific in World War II came toArlington from a weekend in the country Congress rests Aid battle is set WASHINGTON Con gress took Monday off in observ ance of yeterans Day but a third week of battling over for eign aid legislation un der way in the Senate Tuesday Senate leaders hope to steer he buffeted foreign aidauthor zation measure to passage be fore the end of the week It al ready has beencut back to rillion compared to the bii ion asked by President Kenne dy The House also will meet Tuesday but under an agree ment not to transact business On Wednesday it is to take up a bill to continue Peace orps operations and the next day an international agreement o stabilize coffee prices and production The Senate Investigations sub Brrr remember 23 years ago in Iowa DES MOINES tho cirMon t DES MOINES three years ago Monday Iowa had its most destructive bliz zard Thousands of sheep and cattle died 200000 turkeys perished and four duck hunters on the Mississippi River were trapped in the raging storm with no chance of survival Half of the apple trees in the state died It was not the worst storm the state has experienced It was the sudden and totally unexpect ed fury with which it hit leav ing damage which has never been estimated Iowa was para lyzed for nearly a week Nov 11 Day then but Veterans pay now dawned warm with a light mist in the air Otherwise it seemed to be another shirtsleeve day Apple trees had started send ing up sap again tomatoes were blooming lawns were green and in need of mowing The temper ature got up to 55 by midafter noon Then the storm hit The wind shifted sharply to the north turning the rain into stinging bonechilly snow Thermometers dropped 45 midnight Cattle confused broke loose and wandered for miles Few homes hafl sufficient coal on hand to keep the occupants warm against the howling winds Many residents were caught without their storm win dows up By the next morning the state waswhite and bleak Primghar had 17 inches of snow The 45 mile winds had drifted and even up to eight feet of snow ridges Poultry which had sought the offwind side of buildings for protection was buried Motor ists trapped on the highways sought refuge wherever they could find it Streetcars in the was the mode of public travel in urban areas idled Few automobile owners could find enough c h a i n s for their tires to get them to work Families d o u b 1 e d up for w a r mt h and food The state e m e rg ed numbed from the storm It had been the same kind of weather then which prevails now v committee is expected to ques tion Texas promoter Billie Sol Estes Tuesday about his deal ings with the Agriculture De partment Withthe current fiscal year now in its fifth month the House Appropriations Committee is expected tobring out multibil liondollar military construction and public works bills The Senate Appropriations Committee has scheduled a meeting for Wednesday to act on a Housepassed bill carrying over billion for 26 govern ment agencies Included in tha measure are funds for the civil ian space program The Senate Finance Commit tee will continue its hearings on the billion tak cut bill but it will have to interrupt them before the end of the month to act on a measure passed by the House last week to raise the debt ceiling temporarily to billion A week from Tuesday the Senate Investigations subcom mittee will resume its hearings into the TFX war plane contract award SAME
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