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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 1, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                             1 Red propelled tracked vehicle carrying two appeared to observers to be h about 20 feet long have a short and narrow gala Red May Day festival Bill I erviti violations of Cuban air can have disastrous eonse quenees BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Communist world held it annual May Day rites Frida with massive outpourings of peo pie in Moscow and Peking am the usual tough talk aboutVth invincibility of communism But the great schism betweei the Soviet Union and Red Chin Strikes sprout in Iowa BT THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Strikes andwork stoppages sprouted in Iowa Friday idling millions of dollars worth of con struction Cities hit by trades union tie upsinclude Clinton Dubuque Cedar Rapids Waterloo wein and Charles City Fridays stoppages followed by four days a carpenters strike that has idled 20 major construction projects in the Sioux City area Expiration of contracts al midnight Thursday and inability of negotiators to iron out differ ences or arrive at new agree ments led to the tieups However officials said rain in many parts of thestate would have idled trades union mem bers anyway There were indi cations that contractors and un ion officials hoped to reach agreement in some areas over the long weekend Projects affected include work on the Floyd County Memorial Hospital in Charles City the First Methodist Church in Fay ette and a gymnasium and audi toriitm at the Sacred Heart School in Oehvein Haircut cost jumps to DUBUQUE tfi The price of haircuts has gone up in Du buque Barbers Local 429 agreed on ft price list raising childrens haircuts 25 each and adults haircuts 50 cents The new rates are for adults for children on weekdays and on Satur days and days preceding holi days SNAKE SERUM LOW ACCRA Ghana W Ghanas government hospitals are down to their last 60 vials of snake bite serum Health Minister Lawrence R Abavana says The West African nation normally uses 6000 vials a year North Iowa Weather outlook Cloudy with occasional light rain or drizzle through Satur War Lows Friday night in the 40s Highs Saturday in the 50s Weather details on Fage 2 cast its shadow over the gala I0 fiaia ouasung 01 Chinas new celebrations The Soviets refused strength Chou also lashed out n J il H Ct lvVc4 TT t uuulvlLauuu lu A yni new upsurge has appeared nese labor delegation to view inthe struggle of the people of IIIG 3nTill31 Tivry the annual parade in Moscows Red Square East Germany Bulgaria Hun gary and Czechoslovakia joined the Soviets intheir boycott of the Peking festivities Many nonCommunist coun tries also held May Day celebra tions to honor their labor force But there were few such activi ties in the United States where labors big holiday occurs in September The Soviet Union unveiled a new antiaircraft twin rocket dur ing a parade through Red Square in which tensof thou sands of soldiersand workers marched Standing by Premier Khru shchev atop Lenins tomb Soviet Defense Minister Marshal Rodi on Y Maiinovsky warned that the Soviets arestrong enough to smash any attacking imperialist state Algerias President Ah med BenBella and an array of government officials and visitors were on the reviewing siand Red Chinas Premier Chou En lai told a reception for 1300 Foreign visitors on the eve of the big rally in Pekings main square that his country would Union and other Boastirtg of Chinas BULLETIN MOSCOW Khrushchev said in a May reiusea surengui unou also lashed Day speech continued U ST to attend thePeking rally and aSainst the United States r Wlthdrew an invitation to a Chi A new unsurephas A new upsurge has appeared the whole world against the US imperialist policies of aggres sion and war he said Chou urged the peoples of Asia and Latin America to rally together and said The united front against US imperialism is steadily expanding and we shall unite ever more closely and con tinue for the victory of our com mon cause The giant square was deeo rated with huge portraits of Mao Tzetung Marx Engels Lenin and Stalin The East German marked May Day with a mas sive military parade in Eas Berlin About 300000 West Berliners attended a trade union rally on their side of the They heard speeches by Chancellor Ludwig Erhard and West Berlin Mayor Willy Brandt The theme of the Western rally was freedom peace and Oerman unity The only march ers were unarmed trade union ists who converged on the square in five long columns Absent this year from the East German celebration were photofax MR KHRUSHCHEV waves 01 a uuoan gov DISTRICT ROTARY Club in exile It said the lat ter would rallv snn nnn nnKan mai ins country would were win itssquarrel withthe Soviet the threats against West Berlin Union anrf Communist that have been a feature of past May Days All TV sets must hove UHF tuning milestone Friday Any video set made in this The result as time goes by should be more stations more program variety and better elevision reception throughout he United States Congress passed the allchan nel television set requirement in 962 and Fri day to give thfe industry time to ndapt itself to the new law It also applies to any sets im xirted into this country Most television sets on the market today are equipped to eceive only the 12 very high requfincy channels from 2 hrough 13 But television broadcasting ays the Federal Communica ions origi ally asked Congress for the all hannel receiver out grown those channels Ready to accommodate the overflow are 70 ultrahighfre quency channels More than 100 UHF stations are operating to day but many television own ers are not familiar with them because their sets are equipped for only VHF reception The 12 VHF channels can ac commodate no more than 650 television stations Thus while some larger cities have several such stations many are limited by FCC allocations to two or fewer And some cities have none But the 70 UHF channels can accommodate upto3000 new stations promising more com munities a chance havin The FCC points out that the receiversx Viewers have several options if they wish to take immediate advantage of the UHF stations in their areas They may buy one of the new allchannel sets now on the market They may have a UHF tuner installed in their VHF set Inside Tfie Globe TEST FUNGUS KILLERS come in North Iowa Page 6 conference under way A curse come true VALDEZ Alaska way oldtimers tell it a gypsy woman put a curse on Valdez more than 50 years ago She spat on the ground said some day the earth would shake many houses would be washed to sea and the rest would be moved to nearby Haz eltcn Grass would grow over Valdez The gypsy lived in Hazollon a mining village founded in the 1890s She placed the curse when it became a ghost town as Valdez thrived Valdez was hardest hit of any Alaska city in the great March 27 earthquake Thirtytwo per sons were killed 85 per cent of the town was destroyed and many buildings were swept into the sea Now the City Council plans to move Valdez to a new location four miles away where Hazel ton once stood it Home Edition The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 104 MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY MAY 1 1964 We Paper Consist of Two SectionsSectioa Ask for stand on Cuba GOP wants to hear policy WASHINGTON Re publican council has recom mended that the Johnson ad ministration tell the world it is prepared as a last resort to use military force to remove in ternational communism from Cuba Democrats immediately fired back describing the stinging GOP criticism of the adminis tratiohs Cuban policy as j crude political document Ar 1 the Democrats remem bered to remind their GOP crit ics that Fidel Castro took over as prime minister of Cuba while a Republican Dwight D Eisen bower was president The fuss was stirred up Thurs day when the Republican Crit icaMssues Council peppered th Democratic leadership with series oL demands for action against Castro Willow The 24member council OI in KiafJ i prominent Republicans headed fW I histoplasmosis by Dr Milton S Eisenhower Page b younger brother of the former APRIL SHOWERS are welPresident urged an immediate come in North Trnva endto US curbs on antiCastro raisers and establishment in Latin America of a Cuban gov ter would rally 300000 Cuban refugees to work op liberation of Cuba Sen J W Fulbright chair AAVAtljr daughter her second child Its marvelous news said jn ier wouia rauy 300000 Cuban rnncess Mason City refuSees to work openly for the Margaret gave birth Friday to a liberation nf Pnha Hanohfnv L Editorials Comics Mason City news67 Sports news yio Television news 1112 Society news1314 w ucVva 5 man of the Senate Foreign ReLord Snowdon the babys lations Committee who has tner y Classified pages 151417 Priest 16 children are feared dead MARSALA Sicily motor ixcursioh boat carrying a party f school children on a May Day holiday overturned off this outhwestern coastal city Police aid a priest and 16 children irowned They added thay had no word n what caused the vessel to apsize It was one of ach carrying 35 d for a holiday trip to the icarby island of Mozia to visit hoenician ruins statement meant anything it oust Castro I do not approve of going to war to oust Castro and I do not believe most Americans do the Arkansas Democrat told a reporter They have too much common sense to believe that the small island of Cuba is a directly dangerous threat to the United States SCHOOL AT 70 Hollis J Grant w fatherwas born a slave is scheduled to graduate from high school m Atlanta Ga at the age of 70 And he says he islooking forward to attending col country farm in Macon County icondgrade in 1951 at the age of estillhasnis teeth and his hair and says You cjiyteach an old dog new tricks V Associated Frew Full Lesse4 No 7t Hopes in Viet brighter Still is an uphill fight By ROY ESSOYAN SAIGON South Viet Nam Viet Nams hopes or survival seem brighter than they were six months ago when Ngo Dinh Diem was overthrown This is not saying too much Diems final days had many aspects of despair If Diem had lasted another month South Viet Nam would have gonedown the drain a top American diplomat says The situation here was in Us terminal phase then We were hitting bottom The consensus now is that the decline has halted but an uphill struggle ahead stretches far new daughter LONDON AP lations Committee who has called on the administration to reappraise its Cuban policy said that if the Republican Queen Elizabeths sister and She looks a super baby nowdon also have n anyng o ave a son Vs means we should go to war to count Lindlcy born in Novem Otisfc flasfrn her ISfil ber 1961 Snowdon said both mother and child were doing well The baby was the fourth royal birth this year Earlier Princess Alexandra the queens cousin had a boy on Feb 29 The queen had a boy March 10 and the Duchess of Kent commoner wife of Alexandras brother had wi rucAaiiura s o It is a rather crude and oba girl Tuesday night vipusly political document I think the American people are Margarets baby takes sev enth place in the line of succes 1 succcs too mature to take seriously sion to the throne displacing Americans will remember lhatjtne Duke of Gloucester an un Castro came intopower of the 33yearold princess the administration of Dwight D Eisenhower brother of the chairman of the council The birth was announced in an official bulletin from Ken sington Palace where Margaret and Snowdon live as u Lady Christian name ArmstrongJones took an armful of daffodils and other spring flow PRINCESS MARGARET Looks like baby The mam ahead ap pears to be political not mill tary Communist Viet Congforces controlling much of coun tryside have shown jn recent weeks they can attack with strength and boldness But the reaction time of government forces has improved signifi cantly A topAmerican diplomat told the French after they lost In dochina at Dien Bien Phu 10 years ago A secondrate gen eral could have won in Indochi na if he had had the proper political atmosphere A prime requisite is stabiliza tion of the military situation and the development of trained and dedicated civilian adminis trators The government has lost ground and population to the Viet Cong The Communists have extended their control1 in the critical southern delta in provinces around Saigon and in key populated areas in central Viet Nam Communist military units are stronger and better equipped They are taking an increasing IT and Vietnamese toll of US aircraft On the civilian side there was more competence in the national bureaucracy last fall r A ense Department has issued a call for 6000 men in June all or the Army ft To our friend your friend W IARL HALL Hell continue to be busy Of that one can be sure Well be seeing him in the office frequently Hell be on the knife and fork circuit as usual representing his caus es the Red Cross the Safely Council the University of Iowa and the big ones this year the political conventions will draw him to San Fran cisco and Atlantic City Many of you will have guessed by this lime hat were talking about our long time editor and publisher W Earl Hall It will come as a surprise to those of you who arent in the know to learn that he has reached retirement age Few newspapers especially those in the circulation bracket of the GlobeGazette have been so eminently represented on so many occasions over so wide an area as has the GlobeGazette by editor Hall His abilities cant be covered in a word speaker writer author schol ar world traveler songster master of ceremonies leader friend thats the ers to his wife and then tele phoned his mother the Countess of Rosse in London and his sister the Countess de Vesci at her country estate in Ireland Francis Legh private secre tary to Margaret informed the family than there is today a goyern WANT i 000 M P M mCfXpCrt SaySf reQected WANT MEN a rigid regime that had been in WASHINGTON The Decontro1 for nine years and could issued a excrt its Influence down to the grass roots need a few military vie tories to start building up ci vilian morale an American said and we must develop honest and able civilian admin istrators in the capital and throughout the countryside to back up and consolidate the military The government with strong backing from the United States has launched campaigns to tackle both problems We are just starting to do what we should have started two years ago says an American in a position to know US military advisers in the field report Vietnamese army commanders are more recep tive to advice The morale of the US advisers themselves has started to climb word FRIEND We think he would like moat to be known as FRIEND That is the word that seems io us bestto describe him Not many are permitted so many personal friends as is he The sizes and shapes of those friends range from small individuals to large organizations Start with any individual GlobeGazette em ploye and enlarge ct will to embrace whole professions such as education or jurisprudence The answer still comes out FRIEND Yes Earl we o the GlobeGazette family are proud as Punch of being a part of the organization to which you have brought such a good name We cant say well miss your counsel for we know it is still available for the ask ing We cant say well miss your friend ly smile for were expecting to see it often Your legacy to us is to be friend and leader as you have been Well try to measure up To do so well continue to1 need your counsel and encouragement N RORICK SAME   

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