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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 20, 1962, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper for CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 1M newspaper that makes all North lowans HOME EDITION Associated and United Press International Full Ixasc Wires MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY MARCH 20 1962 10c a Paper Consists o Two One No 34 avert chaos in Argentina BUENOS AIRES President Arturo Frondizi moved Tuesday to outlaw all Peronist activity in Ar gentina again in an effort to stave off military leaders angered by the election gains of the fol lowers Government sources said Frondizi was drafting a decree to nullify all victories of Peronist candidates who scored a nation wide sweep in gubernatorial and congressional elections Sunday Frondizi already has decreed federal control in five of the 10 provinces where followers of de posed dictator Juan D Peron won Heading off trouble on beach Collegians go south By BEN FUNK FORT LAUDERDALE Fla Ml hundred jammed the jails Atlantic Boulevard was lit tered with the debris of three nights of rioting Fort Lauderdale nursed a kingsized headache How did it happen stunned residents asked themselves It wasMarch1961 The annual Easter invasion of this resort city by vacationing college students from East Midwest and South hadturned suddenlyinto a Frank ensteins monster Give us beer on the beach they cried Give us Jade Beach Beer onthe beach is pannec By city ordinanceJade Beach an isolated area outsidei the city which had been the nightrevelrieshad beendeclared off limits to theml Gov Fanis Bryant had offered to restore order with the National Guard but Police Chief JLester Holt did the job with squads of stickwielding cops Thestudentsgotinto the habit of doingany thing they pleased said Holt a tough onetime pro fessional fighter Now itsspring vacation time again and theyll come in by the thousands to rough it on the Lau derdale beach far from the watchful eyes of parents and pro fessors free from campus rules and regulations Will they bring more riots Maybe Maybe not if Lauderdale takes the advice of thoughtful students like John K Darling a University of Texas senior who came here last year Returning to school he asked his advanced public rela tions class to brainstorm some ideas Darling forwarded a list of 66 ways to convert the invasion into a Mardi Grastype celebration witha name like Fort Lauder dale Days The conclusion was that a hun dred hardworking citizens could turn last years disaster into the worlds outstanding youth event Fort Lauderdale is moving to ward that goal behind a hard working committee headed by Dr Clem Binfnger First Presbyterian Church pastor First arrivals last week saw something new hello booths welcoming them to the city Those with legitimate identifica tion cards from their campuses are being issued plastic tags which admit them to a huge new recreation area In this area there will be dancing every night to bands and combos Students may build bon fires sing and have nightly bar becues There will be athletic talent and beauty contests Other events will be offered later Well just play it by ear said Dr Bininger Until we know just what is needed to keep the invasion on a quiet pleasant basis SAME Safet Department Flgurtjl IBIiek Means Traffic DetUi hi Past 2i Hours governorships and placed army commanders in temporary con trql The beleaguered president was reported drafting a new decree which would not only cancel out Peronist election victories but ban singing of Peronist songs dis playing of Peronist banners and any other demonstrations by fol lowers of the expresident Frondizi moved swiftly as a two headed regime emerged in the na tion threatened with civil chaos The president struggled to keep his fouryearold civilian regime alive but across the street from his executive mansion in the War Ministry the chiefs of the armed services forged a threeman junta to coordinate military plans to deal with the gravest crisis Ar gentina has faced since Perons ouster in 1955 The military was reported split between one faction apparently satisfied with the measures Fron dizi was taking and another group demanding absolute repudiation of all Peronist movements immedi ately backed up by military force if necessary Frondizi displaced the governors of five of the provinces in which the Peronists won Control and put the local army commanders in charge He also named civilian ihterveriors Early Tuesday it was learned that the military commanders were to turn over the reins of gov ernment to the civilian appointees when they reached the provincial capitals Some military leaders were reported demanding that the military remain in control of the provinces Frondizis actionto appease the military touched off a chorus of protests from his own party its allies and many foes The mam moth General Confederation of La bor repudiated the governments action against the Peronist vic tory and said this had freed the union from any restraint at show ing their disgust with the gov ernment Peron himself is in exile in Spain The beaming 66year old exdictator said he would leave it up to hissupporters in Argen tina to determine his future plans They have proved their po liticalmaturity he said I shall wait for their decision Although it had been apparent Tor years that the Peronists and heir communist allies held the aalance of power in Argentina Sunday was the first opportunity they had had since Peron was overthrown in 1955 to demon strate their strength directly Peronist support assured Frondizis election in 1958 a few months after his party had fin ished a poor second in legisla tive balloting but in most elec tions since 1955 the Peronists cast blank protest ballots be cause they were not allowed to nominate their own candidates SERUM THE EASY the polio vac cine by bottle are Pamela Rodermeyer 3 months daughter of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Roder meyer and Bradley Wood 18 months son of Mr and Mrs Russell Wood Heavy turnout for oral polio vaccine SPEEDY PROTECTION North Io wans drink the oral Sabin polio vaccine during the early hours of the VDay One clinic at the downtown site Nurses and Grey Ladies assist in preparing the doses of vaccine Mrs 3RJ Wilson i 1030 2nd was the first person to take the vaccine During the first three hours at the downtown site more than 2400 persons took the vaccine The vaccine gives complete lifelong pro againstone type of polio virus VDay One continued Tuesday afternoon as the largest health project in North Iowa history The project is the first mass immunization drive against po lio in the Midwest Mason City now is one of 10 communities in the nation using the oral Sabin polio vaccine in a massimmu nization program By noon Tuesday at least M 000 children and adults had re ceived their first dose of oral Sabin vaccine in one of the sev eral clinics Volunteer ers plan to give at least 37000 doses of the oral vaccine be fore the clinics close at 9 pm Anyone may take the vaccine A public clinic at the YWCA opens from 4 to 9 pnv One Roosevelt Junior High open until 9 p m The downtown clinic at 1st and N Federal is open until 9 pm The clinics opened the day with 30000 doses on hand At noon the VDay One com mittee ordered an additional 3400 doses from Omaha These will arrive in the city fay plane in late afternoon A car relay is bringing 2000 doses from Waterloo and 1950 doses have been sent from Des Moines The VDay One project is sponsored by the Mason City Junior Chamber of Commerce and the Cerro Gordo County Medical Society n invaders to be tried March 29 HAVANA tak in by Prime Minister Fidel Cas ros forces in the unsuccessful Bay of Pigs invasion last April L7 will go on trial beginning March 29 A brief announcement Tuesday rom the Judicial Department of he Armed Forces Ministry gave no indication of the charges filed against the prisoners Nor did it say whether all will be tried or only some whether they will be judged individually or in a group There was no word as to what penalties would be asked As far as is known most or all of the prisoners 1000 or more are held in Castillo del Principe Castle of the the old ortresslike prison in midtown Havana The decision to put them on trial seemed to put an abrupt end DutchIndonesian envoys meet here WASHINGTON tf Five men met near the capital late Tuesday in almost wartime secrecy in an effort to head off a DutchIndonesian battle over the Netherlands West New Guinea The secret talks be tween two Dutch two Indo nesians and an American were arranged by the United States for an undisclosed site 20 to 30 miles from Washing ton On ffie inside Editorials Page 4 Society News i Sports 1314 North Iowa News 15 Latest Markets 16 Mason City News U17 Comics ig Clear Lake News 19 Farm Features21 Transit Sehtdult 22 to revived efforts reported re cently to reach some kind of agreement on a tractorsfor prisohers deal Castro offered to trade the pris oners for tractors last May Cu ban exiles in the United States recently stepped up their cam paign to raise funds to buy the tractors The tractor negotiations reached theirheight last July when Castro permitted 10 prisoners to journey to the United States to try to ar range for the farm equipment Two of the negotiators stayed in the United States but the other eight returned to prison An American committee was set up to raise the money for the 500 tractors demanded by Castro but its members including Elea nor Roosevelt were unable to ne gotiate successfully with Castro News in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Some import duties hiked President Kennedy has de tided to increase import duties on carpets and cer tain kinds of glass while maintaining existing tariffs on mosaic tile and baseball gloves Home building slumps again WASHINGTONHome building one of the na tions biggest industries and a key economic indi cator slowed down in February for its fourth set back in as many monthsThe Commerce Depart ment said that starts on privatelyfinanced houses and apartment buildings dropped 11 per cent to a 13month low New Israel dash TEL AVIV Israel and Syrian troops exchanged gunfire across the border at the Sea of Galilee It was the second outbreak of shooting around the sea which also is known as Lake Tiber ias in recent days Last week an estimated 30 per sons were killed in a border clash Tax relief proposal pared WASHINGTON Democrats jettisoned one third of the billion in tax relief for business m m an tax revision bill The action was taken to bring the cost of the bill to the Treasury in balance with the new rev enue it will raise before the measure reaches a showdown vote on the House floor Friday Demo crats fearedthe measure might be defeated in its present form North Iowa Considerable cloudiness with snow mixed with sleet or freezing rain Tuesday night ending Wed nesday Little change in tem peratures Lows Tuesday night in the 20s Highs Wed nesday in the low 30s owa Rain extreme south snow mixed with sleet or freezing rain central and north Tuesday night dimin ishing and ending most sec tions Wednesday Little tem perature change Low Tues day night 20s northwest to 3Qs southeast High Wednes day near 30 northwest to near 40 southeast Outlook for Thursday Mostly cloudy with no important tempera ture change Minnesota Cloudy light rain or snow Highs Wednesday in 30s GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum 37 Minimum 21 Sunrise g17 Sunset Deposits delay s Erbe DES MOINES Iowa Tax Commission launched an in vestigation Tuesday to determine why checks received in payment of sales use and income tax were not deposited immediately The two Republican members of the commission Chairman An drew George of Waterloo and X T Prentis of Mount Ayr an nounced the investigation at a meeting with State Comptroller Marvin Selden Jr and Gov Nor man Erbe Selden disclosed that a prelimi nary probe conducted by his of ice showed that more than one million dollars in sales and use ax payments checks had not been deposited immediately upon re ceipt in January and February John OConnor of Strawberry Point the only Democrat on the commission said recently that sales tax collections for an eight month period ending last Feb 28 were off more than from the same period a year ago and added that this might be an indi cation of a general decline in the states economy Selden said however that more than million in collections re ceived by the commission in Jan uary and February had not been deposited until March7 The state comptroller said Wai ter Greene head of the commis sions accounts and finance divi sion was originally responsible for the preparation of the cash receipts statement showing the deficit He noted that it is the responsi bility of Greenes department to prepare the deposit and send the tax return on for data processing statistical information and filing There was no logical explana tion given to us on why deposit of these checks was delayed Selden told the governor Erbe said he was appalled by the situation If the delay on check deposits was by design Erbe said it criminal If it was through care lessness or a matter of adminis tration its unforgivable Prentis indicated some employ es may be fired as a result this and other conditions of AWAIT RESCUE members of Navy Martin Marlin await rescue after lire in starboard engine forced them to ditch at sea about 200 miles south east of Philippines A seaplane tender from the US 7th Fleet picked up men Photofax and plane and steamed toward Manila The plane and its crew were part of an armada searching for possible surviv ors of last weeks crash of an airliner with 107 aboard Atests stand softened But Russia remains mum GENEVA tod Russia Tuesday that it is willing to cut enforcement machinery to the absolute minimum in order to get agreement on a nuclear test ban Foreign Secretary Lord Home made an urgent appeal directly to Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei A Gromyko in the 17nation disarma ment conference to accept a rea enable compromise There was no immediate Soviet eaction Gromyko has been adamant against any inspection However he said Monday it would be in ulting to suggest the Soviet Un ou would violate its word Wewill cooperate both in the ield of nuclear tests and of gen ral disarmament in divising the absolute minimum of verifica ion Home said But verifica ion there must be for without it ve shall not gain the confidence to begin to ban tests let alone tackle the problems of wid T disarmament Homes emphasis on the possi lility of concessions to Russia on he inspection issue tended to con irm reports that the British gov ernment was pressing the United States to cut back on its demands or policing machinery But there vere indications of a British hard ining on some key aspects Home said we have no evi dence from the scientists to sup port the Soviet argument that all nuclear explosions could be detect ed and identified by outside in struments so that international in spection teams were unnecessary However Home introduced idea of inspection by sampling He said Hewould like to know if Gromyko would accept the sam pling technique of inspection Disarmament experts use this erm to cover a check by inspec tors visiting at random some ar eas of a nuclear power but not checking the whole country A British spokesman said the concept of control posts in a nu clear country had not been dropped however Menon then put forth a compro mise plan of his own based on Russias concept of national in spection systems to police a test an He suggested that national in spection systems such as those of Russia and the Western powers e supplemented by a system to e set up in neutral countriesBut Western officials considered the yeakness of his plan was that it vould not send international teams nside a country to verify the find ngs of outsidedetection stations Swedish Foreign Minister Osteri Unden also probing for some means to put a halt to the testing miase of the nuclear arms race uggested that the Western powl rs and Russia seek to negotiate provisional treaty which would ead into a permanent treaty lat The pressure obviously contin ed to builct up on the United tales to avoid resuming atmos heric nuclear weapons tests Seemem says hell oppose Gross DES MOINES Seeniann Waterloo trucker nd perennial candidate for ublic office disclosed Tues ay he will oppose veteran Rep IR Gross in the Republican rimary June 4 Seemannfiled his completed omination papers with the sec etary of states office to qual fy as a candidate for the GOP 3rd District con ressman Gross has filed his papers to eek reelection to his 8th term Baptism of water likely for spring Spring officially arrives in owa at p m Tuesday and he weatherman will baptize it water Showers and thunderstorms erhaps mixed with sleet in the orth are expected to accom any the new season Lack of sunshine kept the nercury in the 30s in most but slightly warmer tem eratures are likely as the moist ir moves in front the soutb ;