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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 16, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                                Tlit Newspaper nrwfpaper that mokei all North lowans neighbors VOL m Home Edition United PNM InterMttoMl fin UM MASON CJTY IOWA NOVEMRIR U 1N3 HOC a ConiUU of Two StctlwwSeeUoa Expel e pr r n of d cutback is warning V The Senates cut in President Kennedys foreign aid bill flashed a warning to the ad ministration that the whole overseas assistance program unless sharpjy curiailed and re vised may be 6n its way out The amendment riddled 702365000 authorization meas sharply reduced than any since the foreign aid pro gram started after World War cleared the Senate Friday by a 6317 vote But the temper in and presumably around the country judging from what sen ators say about their is such that further cuts seem terr tain next week Senate and House meet then to adjust differences between the Senate bill and the measure previously voted by the House And further reductions ap pear vfhen Congress acts on the foreign aid appropria tionsmeasure which will pro vide the actual money for which the authorization bill simply lets ceilings Sen J W Fulbright DArlc who had the task of steering the bill tojpassage said in an inter view that the future of the whole program is in danger un less the Agency for Internation al Development AID can make it more to Con gress next year Fulbright chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Com mittee said against the gram drew support from both parties and was led by Demo crats who turned a deaf ear to Kennedys pleadings M TT i 1 j He told his news conference Thursday in evidentexaspera tion thatrhehad tried to make it very clear that I cannotful fill my responsibilities in the field of foreign policy without this program Friday Kennedy had no com ment The final Senate version cuts Kennedys request for military aid from toftbil lion economic b loans frpm to million supportingassistance to defense pact allies from to million the Presidents contingency fund for emergen ble and some new approach will have to be found for American assistance in the development of underdeveloped With growing protests from around the country against multibillion dollar expendi tures with prosperous Allies re fusing to shoulder their share of the burden Fulbright asserted our present course is no long er politically feasible Spend extra Indian rupees Moss says WASHINGTON Rep JohnE Moss DCalif believes the Uinted States might help ease the flow of abroad by spending more of the million in Indian rupees it owns Moss said Friday the House subcommittee he heads will open an inquiry into the matter Monday He said the United States has almost a 20year sup ply of rupees which have accu mulated from the sale of sur plus food to India A good portion could be used to foreign aid costs and to pay other types of oblfc gations in that country he said North Weather outlook Cloudy Saturday and Sun day with occasional rain be ginning Saturday nightACold Saturday with low about 45 Weather details on Page 2 cies front to million the Alliancejpr Progress from to million and devel opment grants from million to million Final passage came after the Senate deferred a bitter row over grain sales to the Soviet bloc It did so only after Sens Karl E Mundt RSD was persuad ed to withdraw an amendmeni prohibiting the Export Import Bank from a 5 per cent losses by American banks financing the sale of surplus wheat to Hungary Mundt dropped the amend1 ment after receiving guaran tees from Democratic and Re publican leaders that fail amendment will be acted on as separate proposal Argentina annuls 12 oil contracts BUENOS AIRES AP gentina Friday night ignoreda warning of possible serious consequences and annulled its multimilliondollar oil contracts with American four other corripanies President Arturo Hlia carried through with a Campaign pledge and issued decrees placing for eign petroleum control of oil agen cy Yacimientos Petroliferos Fiscales The decrees authorized YPF to use force if necessary to take over the op erations It was not immediately known whether the companies would be fully compensated since the final annulment papers will be drawn up by Argentinas pro curator general There was no indicationwhen he would deliv er his decision The SUS companies who haye they invest ed for drillingand have al ready indicated they will take legal action to gain compensa tion v i PresidentKennedy has main rAP Fhotpfax TO MARRY PERFORMER L i n da Croniriger 24 has confirmed that she and Mario Wallenda of the famed Fly ing Wallenda circus traupe plan to bewed within the next few weeks Wallenda was crippled last year in Detroit when the troupes high wire act tumbled killing two mem bers Miss Croninger a nurse attended him at the hospital where he was confined for a long period v American women The average American female is 30 years old 5 4 tall and weighs 132 pounds Ten of those pounds she would like to lose Yes Harry Ferguson United Press Inter national writer has done it again This time the statistical affairs reporter turned his talents to the American female a woman who is much blamed and often overworked but still findstime to set styles which are followed the world around this interesting series begin ning in the next issue of the GlobeGa zette ened UnitedStates would press for full compensation for the Amer ican firms Washington also has indicatec to Argentinathat the annulment could result in a reduction or cutoff of USaid and private investments A State Department spokes man said in night there was no immediate US Comment on the Argentine action Economy Minister Eugenio Blanco announced the decrees which annulled all develop ment exploration and service contracts signed bythe oil com panies since May 1 1958 when former President Arturo Fron dizi wasin power The decrees maintained that those contracts were illegal and rightsand in terests of the nation Illia who was elected July 7 had made annulment of the con tracts a key plank of his elec tion campaign There was doubt whether the decrees covered the refining op eratiqnSOf two firms Esso Ar gentina a subsidiary of Stand ard Oil of New Jersey and Shell Oil a BritishDutch con sortium Stunned at offer of murder MINNEAPOLIS AP Shel don Morris glib former night club manager charged as an ac cessory in the Carol Thompson murder testified Friday he was stunned when he heard ex boxer Norman Mastrian offer to two other men to mur der a woman Morris rolling names dates and places without hesita tion told the jury at the murder trial of T Eugene Thompson that Richard L Sharp and Wil lard Ingram both had rejected the paid murder offer He add ed though that he had seen k third man Henry Butler hanc a German luger pistol to Mastri an Prosecutor William Randall earlier told tfte court the state would produce evidence that lawyer churchman Thompson had hired Mastrian to fjpt someone to kill Mrs Thornp son insured for more than i rom Russia Base action on concern tor JFK MOSCOW UP The Russians have expelled Prof rederiek C Barghoorn of Yale Saturday saying they vere acting because of the personal concernof Presi ent Kennedy Barghoorn was placed aboard a British urliner that took off for London But the Russians stuck by their claim that Bars hoorn was a spy and that they had enough evidence o bring him to trial in a JFK still ovietcourt is best Union says Hills of corncobs rise in the streets of Colo b tarn s rising here As cobs are Collectedand hailed to strategic points for process Corncobs once used only for burning pr dumping into ditches to prevent erosion are becom Things going all Barry says PITTSBURGH sen Barry Goldwater are going all right in the pres dential race he hasnt formally entered While Goldwater Igave that assessment i of i the 1964 Republi can picture leaders of thfe drive osput him at the top of the GOP icket gathered in Washington to size up their operations Why rush Things are going all right Goldwater said Fri lay night when newsmen asked nm when he will announce whether or not he is a candi date for the nomination Later answered questions at a Harvard Business School Association dinner rand this was thefirst t Why delay your announce ment were all for you It won applause from more toan 700 Pittsburgh businessmen and their wives So did Goldwa ters reply lanciriear GrunayfCenterxproc ess the Processing vcon sists of grinding and dehydfat ing The processedscobs then are used by feed companies formix ture into feeds Some go into in sulation There is a pile of 3500 tons of cobs here awaiting shipment js cars become available Simi ar piles may be seen atHol and and at five of the com panys collection points Eagle Grove Tama Leland Ralston and West Side The pile at Colo represents 600000 bushels of corn before ihelling Actually say William and Wright Ringheim son and fa Inside Globe UPPEft IOWA University instructor discusses the results of reapportion nient if the Shaff Plan is adopted Page 2 WANNA BUY a drink Mason City bartenders discuss their problems Page 15 EdiHirials 4 Ntwman Surveyor 5 Church news 47 Society news Clear Lake news 9 North Iowa news 10 Sports news 1M2 Latest markets V 14 Mason City news 1415 Comics Building news Transittimetable 18 Classified pages 1119 essential to production of some plastics ther respectively owners of tih company the processed cob are rqnly Aa small of 99707 will zip1 moil 4 to Santa vi WATERLOO W Heres a tip for the kiddies from Wa terloo Postmaster Wayne C Smith Give Santa Claus a number when you write to him about your Christmas wishes The number you should give him is the Zip code for his home at the North And heres another tip de signed to assure that Santa Claus gets your letters Mail them early and use the spe cial Christmas stamps on sale at the post office AFL TO indicated Saturday that at hough it doesnt see eyetoeye with all his policies to solve un employment President Kenne ly the best political fiend on the visible horizon for he nations Ihouse of labor IDelighted was ana ship ungrouha coos These go tochemical compan ies1 at Cedar Rapids and Om ha t 1 v At these chemical companiec theRingheims say the cobs ar processed into resin This looks like maple syrup thin amber liquid and oily Among its uses are silk stock ings or rubber tires for cars among other applications The pile of cobs started amassing in July as cobs be came a va ilabTe as farmers started shelling old corn The pile will reach its peak in De cember Next yearsay the Ringheims the collection of cobs should be even larger There will be more corn stored this year Freight cars for transporting of unground cobs are easy to jet even with the present shortage of cars The whole obs will transport in unfit cars These are cars that will lot carry grain without spilling The ground cobs need tighter more compact cars and the company will have to wait for Better cars as the grain rush ets up COSTS TOO HIGH WASHINGTON UPl The Army incurred unnecessary cqgts of million by leasing rather than buying two elec rpnic computers used at White Sand MissileRange in New tfexico the General Accounting Office GAO reported Friday eaction of the AFLCIO from ts president GeorgeMeany on down after oft cheered speech to some 5000 delegates of the 135 million member labor organization Fri day Spokesmen for the huge labor irganization studiously avoided riticism of Kennedys omission rom his speech of any mention of the AFLCIO conventionXNo 1 shorter work week Cheers and laughtdr greeted the Presidentsdigs at Republi can policies especially those o Sen Barry Goldwater i There was no such greeting for New York Gov Nel presidential nominee when h appeared before the conventio the day before Kennedy asked labors hel in mV programs es pecially the tax cu bill and praised the AFLCIC for its attempts to do what it fathers did in 1930 to improv thelot of the average Ameri can A spokesman for the AFL CIO said a broad sampling o reaction from convention dele gates to Kennedys appea brought nothing butpraise and no criticism for his avoiding the workweek question The convention recessed for the weekend while committees went behind closed doors to con sider resolutions on convention business ONSTRIKE CLEVELAND Ohio UPI The Cleveland local of the American Federation of Televi sion and Radio Artists AFTRA went onstrike at midnight Fri night against radio station station WJWTV in a contract dispute SAME Barghoorn was reported laced aboard the British plane arely four hours after Foreign fimster Andrei A Grbmyko in ormed the US Embassys Minr ster Counsellor Walter Stoes el that he was being released nd expelled because of Presi ent Kennedys concern in the ase Although informed that Barg oorn was to be expelled US mbassy officials did not re eive word of the time of his eparture It was purely by ac ident that two US officials appened to be at the airport hen a green sedan bearing iarghoorn arrived with five or ix Russian plamclothesmen Soviet authorities indicated hey had tried to notify the KENNEDY GRATIFIED WASHINGTON M pres dent Kennedy was described gratified Saturday at the release by the Soviet Un ion of Yale University profes sor Frederick C Barghoorn The State Department also ex pressed its pleasure but said no plans have yet been made for sending a U S cultural mission to Moscow hooros departure butdue to some unexplained mixup the notification never did get through Wftnesses who siw Barghoorn get aboard the plane said he showed no signs of strain He shook hands with one of the men he accompanied then said Goodby One of the men with him re plied in English Goodby Pleasant journey The shy retiring blond pro fessor was arrested around the end of October and accused of espionage The reaction in America was so violent that So viet officials appeared shocked President Kennedy ordered postponement of negotiations for twoyear extension of the cul ural agreements which were to iave opened next Tuesday He was reported Eie plane barely four hours after Sromyko told Minister Counse or Walter Stoessel of the US Embassy that in view of the oncern expressed by President Kennedy Barghoorn was being eleased and expelled from the oviet Union The embassy gave out the ews in a brief statement which aid The charge deaffaires ad in erim of the American Embassy notified by Foreign Minis sr Andrei Gromyko today that he Soviet government has de ided to release Prof Barg oorn and expel him from the USSR Gould be campaign issue Seek minimum farm wage lit A j WASHINGTON AP Pro posals that the government set minimum wages and working conditions for hired farm hands may arise in Congress next year and be an issue in the presidential campaign The latest group to advocate such legislation is the 24mem ber National Agricultural Ad visory Commission It was ap pointed by President Kennedy to advise his administration on farm policies and programs The commission has just com pleted work on a report on the family farm which it lauded as the ideal system for the nations agriculture i fV 1 The commission said how ever that the family farm sys tem will need help from govern ment if it is to survive and con tinue to serve the nation Better employment condi tions and wages for hired farm labor will improve the competi tive position of family farms relative to that of larger than family farms the report stated Concern about the wel fare of farm people surely in eludes in a Democratic society the welfare of families who work for farmers Farm wages and other con of employment are at or above industrial minimums in 4 important parts of agriculture but not in all We recommend that minimum wages and work ing conditions in terms adapted to agricultural production be extended by stages to hired farm workers on a national bas is until comparability with in dustrial minimums is attained the report continued Whether the administration will recommend legislative ac tion in this field is a question only time can tell Certainly there are groups within tha Democrat Party that favor it Among them are Readers of in dustrial unions But there is strong opposition by some or ganized farm groups i n   

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