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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 7, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for The newspaper that makes all North I owans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition VOL 103 Associated Press and United Press International Full Wlrei MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY FEBRUARY 7 JOc a Paper Consists of Two SectionsSection No 311 No action yet JOHNSON on CASTRO incident Tax cut passage expected Leaders say it will be soon WASHINGTON OK The Sen ate appeared ready Friday to give its final approval by an overwhelming margin to t h e billion tax cut bill Majority leader Mike Mans field calling his colleagues in two hours early for the sixth straight day said he was confi dent t h e passage vote would come Friday afternoon Practically all individuals and corporations would get a break under the bill Most individuals would get reductions of about 19 per cent One major hurdle remaincc for Johnson administra t i o n forces who have been in contro throughout the long debate It was an amendment of Sen John L McClellan DArk io clamp on a billion govern ment spending ceiling so tha the individual and corporate ta cuts in the bill would be re scinded any time federal out lays exceeded that figure The spending total for t h e current year ending June 30 ii estimated at billion Presi dent Johnson has submitted i billion budget for the yea starting July 1 Democratic leaders expecte to beat down the McClellan pro posal with arguments that i would be inflexible A second major amendment to be voted on ahead of thi spending limitation w o u 1 t knock out the present stock op lion plan for corporation execu tives It is offered by Sen Al bert Gore DTenn Woden fire destroys Smidt home WODEN A fire of undetcr WATER STORAGE TANKS AT GUANTANAMO These large stor age tanks at the Guantanamo Bay Photofax Naval station will play an important part in supplying the base with water Newlyweds killed by snipers bullets j SAN DIEGO Calif Iff Police say a thrill killer may have been the sniper who mur red a newlywed couple they strolled down a scenic stretch of beach Dying Navy Radioman 3 C Johnny Hay Swindle 19 and his slain bride of three weeks Joyce 19 both of Jasper Ala were found by a passerby on Wednesday night There is absolutely no indi cation of motive unless the missing wallet indicates rob and the surfs roar muffled his shots The sniper fired five Si shots a kind of coup de grace police said JOHNNY JOYCE bery said Police Capt Ed De Bolt There is no triangle in the background of the two mined origin destroyed the John ymmg pcopc noting which Smidt farm home Ii miles north of here early Friday morning was in the fire started house Smidt No one when the and his daughter Deanna have been slaying at the farm home of his father Meindert Smidl while his wife is in a Rochester Minn hos pital Smidt had checked the house Thursday night after returning from visiting his wife He then spent the night at his parents home The blaze was reported by neighbors Friday morning No estimate of loss was avail able Smidt rents the farm This was the second farm fire in the Smidt family in the last week Last week the barn on his fathers farm burned North Iowa Weather outlook Clearing and a little colder Friday night lows 1016 In creasing cloudiness souther ly winds and a little warmer Saturday highs in low 30s Weather details on page 2 would lead us to their killing Said Lt William Schenck Its entirety possible they were killed by someone they never knew someone whose only motive was excitement Police said the gunman perched on a ledge on a cliff overlooking the Pacific Ocean The moonless night concealed Swindle and his childhood sweetheart were married Jan 18 in Jasper Ala They honey mooned in a threeroom cottage nine blocks from where they were slain Barry has simple solution Just send in the Marines By JAMES MARLOW WASHINGTON Iff The sheer embarrassment of power from which this country suffers was reflected best perhaps in Congress as Fidel Castro cut off most of the water supply of the US naval base at Guantanamo in Cuba One member after another Thursday got up to say this ountry must do something while being vague on what Not Sen Barry Goldwater up in New Hampshire campaigning for the Republican presidential nomination He had a very simple solution Send in the Marines to turn on the water But the answer isnt quite that simple as President Johnson decided later While this country has the Teachers may be advised to avoid troubled schools DES MOINES ffi Officials of the Iowa State Education As sociation said Friday the organ ization will consider a policy of advising teachers whether to ac cept jobs in a community where North Iowa papers form new company SHENANDOAH Two North Iowa newspapers are amongjtmg at theendof four state papers and two magyear it believes professional princi ples are not upheld John W Harold ISEA execu tive secretary said the associ ations executive board earlier this week voted support of 3 teachers who resigned at Pleas antville in a dispute with the School Board The associations delegate as sembly composed of nearly 30 OOi leachers and other educa tors convened for a twoday Bulletins azines which have been merged into a corporation known as MidAmerica Publications Inc it was announced Thursday In the merger are the Charles City me iiiti fetl all lllu Press and the Clear Lake has resolved its differ Tortleporter Other papers to the lliat board eluded were the Cedar Valiey and professional practice Daily Times and the Marion can work harmoniously to Daily Times Sentinel INNSBRUCK Austria UPi U S Olympic team member Mike Hessel was acquitted Friday on charges of fighting Austrian police while two others skier Bill Marolt and tobogganer George Farmer were found guilty but given suspended sentences See early story Page 9 MOSCOW Nikita S Khrushchev Friday appealed to President John son and other western leaders to bring the Cyprus crisis be fore the United Nations Secu rity Council j The magazines of the new corporation are The lowan a power to crush Castro in a min ute it first has to worry about a couple of other things either of which if it happened might do more damage than Castro It must be careful how it throws its power around at i time when it is preaching rea sonable settlements trying to influence small and backward nations and arguing their right to selfdetermination It doesnt know what Rus sia would do If this country took military action against Cas tro and Russia leaped to his de fense what started out as a mi nor foray would be a world war Russia the other big master power suffers exactly the same embarrassment with its own problems never knowing what to expect from this country if it gets aggressive Thus the two giants clothed in more power than any nations in history are in a dreadful kind of standoff A war between them would destroy them both and aggression by either would unhinge their influence Nobody understands this em barrassed immobility of the gi ants better than French Presi meetmg ending Saturday Jdent Charles de Gaulle He feels In the Pleasantville case 13 ofjfrce to butt in all over talkin the 19 teachers in the junior of French prestige while ing for business for French trad ers And certainly Castro and oth ers like Panama understand it Both Cuba and Panama have defied the United States but in such a by arguing legality to have some plausibility and win sympathy POP BOTTLED MILK MOORHEAD Minn The Minnesota Dairy Industry Committee said it would place milk in pop bottles and sell standard coinoperated aughter came the reply Yes everybody practice shooting In Tallahassee State Atty Jen James Kynes said Florida Inside The Globe FINAL HOME wrestling and senior high school recently served notice that they are quit the school An ISEA statement said Any professional educator accepting a Pleasantville contract School in the District should make sure that the com gcthcr The statement said that profession throucil corporation are The lowan a an association of professional bimonthly and Living Historyrdllcators wc havc no intcnt of j t IHiflaHtiP HnarH M Both arc published by Willardi Archie Shenandoah David Archie publisher of the j Charles City Press is the preswrong ident of the new corporation He is the son of Willard Archie the vice president of the new group board policy jBul it said that when so many i teachers in a school system re sign something is seriously machines here and in neighbor ing Fargo ND in about two weeks Directors of the new group include Forest Evashevski Iowa City athletic director at the The corporation has apUniversity of Iowa Joseph plied to the Iowa State SecuriRosenfield Des Moines chair ties Department for authorityiman of the Board of Younkers to offer in stock for John Tinley publisher of the sale to Iowa residents at a Shenandoah Sentinel and the share lArchies SAME CUBA WATER SUPPLY The Castro government cut off outside water supplies to the Guantanamo Naval Base in an effort to force release of 36 Cuban fishermen held in Florida The base has bought wa ter from the nearby Yateras River for many years receiving two million gallons a clay from the Cuban pumping station about 47 miles from the base Cuban fishermen still held in jail Hurried meetings are held LBJ confers with top men WASHINGTON WVPresident Johnson met with his ton mili tary and diplomatic advisers for nearly two hours Friday on the Cuban crisis and scheduled another session for the after noon There were signs the gov ernment might be contemplat ing specific actions Pierre Salinger White House press secretary said the morn ing conference was devoted to an examination of the facts as they are now in the posses sion of the United States gov ernment Salinger added without elab oration that Johnson and his key aides obviously were doing more than simply looking at the facts KEY WEST Fla UP The 29 Cubans on whose fate the wafer supply to the U S naval base at Guantanamo Bay Cuba appears to depend are in would not drop charges of fish ing illegally in Florida water against them because of Fide Castros threats The Cubans a I0x20feet cell without bunks tenced to Their conversation heard outside the twostory red brick jail Thursday night indicated they were unhappy All Yankees to the squad one said After could be fined and sen one year in jail tha witl But Kynes emphasized Florida would cooperate the U S State Department in handling the case firing Cuba says li partially cu some vater service to Guantanamo until the fishermen are leased re meet Page 9 The Cubans were held incom municado in Monroe County jail They spent the night on the floor and benches after eating a meal of Cuban picadillo a spicy hash prepared by the jails Cuban cook Seven juveniles in an original group of 38 caught fishing off Floridas Dry Tortugas 65 miles west of here occupied a separate cell They awaited D S Immigration instructions Editorials 4 for deportation They were or Comics 5 dared freed because of their age Two other adults were grant ed political asylum Mason City news 67 Latest markets 7 Clear Lake news 8 Sports news 910J Television news 1112 Society news 1314 Transit timetable UNEMPLOYMENT UP WASHINGTON President scheduled a session for pm The second CST It was believed that out of this meeting might come deci sions on specific steps to be taken by the United States in response to the Cuban govern ments of fresh water to the Guantanamo US Naval Base Johnson and his advisers it was understood were exploring the possibility that the Cuban government might have ar ranged the crisis by deliberate ly sending four of its fishing vessels inside torial coast waters American terri off the Florida 15 ment climbed to 46 million in Classified pages 15161 January an increase of 700000 North Iowa news 181 according to US figures Mistrial in Beckwith case JACKSON Miss UPI A mistrial was de clared Friday in the murder trial of Byron Beckwith for the sniper slaying of Negro leader Medgar Evers An allwhite jury reported to circuit Judge Leon Hendrick at am CST it was hopelessly dead locked after 11 hours of deliberation Beckwiths trial lasted 11 days and climaxed the nations most celebrated racial slayingsince 1955 when an allwhite jury in Mississippi acquitted two white men in the death of Enimelt Till a Negro hoy who wolf whistled at a white woman The Till jury at Sumner Miss returned its verdict after 67 min utes of deliberation Beckwith was remanded to the custody of Sher iff Fred Picketi and returned to his jail cell where he will await a new trial before another jury Johnson reported last week that the captains of the vessels which were seized by American authorities radioed Havana that they were inside American waters just before they were in tercepted The Cuban government con tends that the water cutoff was a response to the seizure of the ishing boats It was understood that the JS government contemplating he possibility of a water cut ff studied the feasibility of quipping the Guantanamo base vilh a plant to convert sea wa er into fresh water A finding reportedly was made that it would be cheaper to carry water to the base by ship Secretary of State Dean Rusk and Secretary of Defense Rob ert S McNamara headed the group of advisers who met with Johnson on U S counteraction Cuba cut off the base water supply Thursday and first ad vised the United States it would remain off until 36 Cuban fish ermen seized off the Florida coast last Sunday are released The men are charged with il legal fishing in US waters Johnson in a speech in New York Thursday night before fly ing back to the capital said the Castro governments cutting the flew of fresh water to the US Ctiantanamo Naval Base had been expected sooner or later and contingency plans arc al ready in force to keep the big base supplied indefinitely Our troops in Cuba and their families will have the water they need he declared Originally Havana announced CASTRO Please turn to page 2 North Iowa legislators speak out on remap Solons disclose feelings in GlobeGazette exclusive story on page 18   

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