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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 20, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION VOL 99 The newspaper that makes all North I owans neighbors Associated and United Press International Full Wires MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JUNE 20 1961 7c a Copy Paper of Two No lt U S draws closer to Atests again 3 II II Rayburns assistant swiped He goes to GOPs staff By MELJA RANCHBARON New York Herald Tribune News Service WASHINGTON John H Tow ers unique position as the first Republican senator from Texas in three generations is illustrated in the organization of his office Lacking trained Republican workers from his home state he has borrowed an office mana ger from the staff of Hous Speaker Sam Rayburn who while a fellow Texan is also of course Mr Democrat The recruit is Miss Martha Freeman formerly a clerk in the Speakers Capito office The transfer gives Tower experienced aide and it gives Miss Freeman a promotion anc a raise The Speaker is saddened but still Freeman friends7 with Miss Administration officials gloom ily predict that unemployment wont fall below 4 million thi year unless business activity picks up by rtiore than the normal seasonal amount They say the low point of just about 4 million will be touched in October Un employment then will climb back to a winter peak that they fear will once again be above the 5500000 mark A government official with an appetite for whodunits thinks hes pegged the man responsible for the Kennedy administrations New Frontier The man is wispwhiskered Rex Stout author of the Nero Wolfe murder mysteries The official reading Stouts The Second Confession discovered a murder suspect a wealthy Harvard graduate who financed a former classmates Boston seafood restaurant called The New Frontier It was fre quented by Harvard intellectuals The government man deduces a reallife Harvard intellectual read the novel the restaurants name stuck in his mind he later joined Kennedys campaign team and proposed the slogan Prime Minister Nehrus govern ment wants the Peace Corps to work in a surprising reason A key Indian Cabinet minister says Peace Corps mem bers will set a badly needed ex ample for educated Indians Hav ing prosperous Americans dirty their hands in our rural villages will encourage reluctant Indians to do the same this Nehru col league says The administration is making more and more use of Mrs Jac queline Kennedys good looks Tin heavy spate of publicity abou her European trip is only part o the story The reception rooms o administration officeholders nov blossom with large color head tohead photographs of the Pres ident and he First Lady taken by famed Canadian photographer Karsh of Ottawa From the wonderful world o politics State Sen Armistead Boothe who is running for lieu tenant governor Virginia is passing out match boxes listing four big reasons for electing him One of them Grandfather par ticipated in Picketts charge at Gettysburg A Democratic senator friend of President Kennedy who shall be nameless caivt make up his mind How do I help him most he asked the other day By vot ing against some of these crazy and getting him out of trouble that way or by voting for them and demonstrating his popularity with his party in Con gress a key housing amend ment the senator voted against Ktnnedy Photofax HAS LIBRARY CARD AT Florence Jacobs just and the proud owner of a public library card reads to high school students at library in West New York N J It took a little doing by the mayor because Florence is much younger than the re quired age of seven Her mother said Florence has al ready read some 60 books through the seventh grade level Real whiz kid Gets her card at age WEST NEW YORK NJ UP Jacobs is the proud owner of public library card No 4536 The card will enable her to pursue such favorite subjects as rocketry and the geography of outer space It will bring her an endless supply of the long tonguetwisting words that she likes to spell Florence is 2Va years old THE BROWNEYED 39 pound bundle of answers ap plied for her card Monday but it took a little doing to get it Library regulations are that card holders must be at least seven years old But after a meeting with Florence Mayor John J Armellino made an exception to the rule Her mother Marie Jacobs said Florence already has read some 60 books through the seventhgrade level She learned the alphabet when she was a year old and now spells more than 300 difficult words Florences father Jerome is a business consultant Skeptical newsmen attend ing the special cardgranting ceremony started questioning Florence WHAT HAPPENED May 5 1961 she was asked Alan Shepard Jr was the first American to shoot into space And that was a mag nificent achievement Flor ence replied What are the hazards in outer space for a spaceman Cosmic rays and ultravio let radiation chirped Flor ence and you call a space man an astronaut To cap her performance she named the planets and their satellites and ticked off in alphabetical order all the 50 states in the United States N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Military adviser planned NEW YORK President Kennedy is seriously considering the appointment of Gen Maxwell D Tay lor 59 as White House military adviser the New York Times said The appointment wouldp in effect revive the post of personal chief of staff to the com mander in chief This post was originally held by Fleet Adm William D Leahy under Presidents Franklin D Roosevelt and Harry S Truman May resume air route talks WASHINGTON The United States and Rus sia plan soon to begin longpostponed talks for com mercial airline service between New York and Mos cow the State Department said Loos offer by US GENEVA The United States has offered to take its military advisers out of Laos but Communist advisers also would have to pull out under the Ameri can plan for turning the divided Southeast Asian kingdom into a neutral nation isolated from the cold war The U S offer was made to the 14nation con ference on Geneva by Ambassador W Averell Harri man chief U S delegate School aid bill dead WASHINGTON Speaker Sam Rayburn has told President Kennedy that as of now his school aid bill is dead The speakers appraisal was reported by others attending the weekly presidential meeting with Democratic congressional leaders Negotiator at Geneva recalled Fear Russia experimenting FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON The State Department Tuesday recalled U S nuclear test negotiator Arthur H Dean from Geneva for consultations and said it is an open question whether Dean will return to the talks Department spokesman Lin coin White told newsmen the length of Deans stay in Wash ington would depend on discus sions here and on future de velopments at the deadlocked U SBritishRussian Geneva test ban talks Asked whether this meant Dean might not return to the ialks if no further progress seems likely there White said I DONT want to guesstimate on that It is an open question This was not taken here to mean the United States is breaking off the talks That de cision has not yet been made But Whites statement was viewed as a clear warning of what the United States might do It went farther than President Kennedys note to Moscow last weekend which said the United States could not indefinitely re main in stalemated out a guarantee Russia is not conducting secret nuclear tests He said none of the Western powers wanted to test but cir cumstances could arise in which they wouldbe at a disadvantage because of the ease with which the Russians could undertake secret tests A US spokesman in Geneva had said earlier that Dean was expected back at the talks shortly THE GENEVA announcement said that Dean would confer wit President Kennedy Secretar of State Dean Rusk and pres dential disarmament adv i s o John J McCloy Dean is leaving his deputy Charles C Stelle representin the United States at the Genev talks Whites statement was mad as McCloy and Russias chie UN delegate Valerian Zori prepared their second day meeting this afternoon to dis cuss possible multination Eas West general disarmament talk arms as well a nuclear around July 31 Russia has urged merging th stalemated nuclear talks wit Lhe genera disarmament talks The United States has rejected that idea EICHMANN TESTIFIES IN OWN DE FENSE Adolf Eichmann 55year old former Gestapo officer stands to Photofax give evidence in his own defense at his trial in Jerusalem In the foreground is his attorney Robert Servatius Eichmann swears he was pawn of Nazis JERUSALEM Eichafterhearing 10weeks of prose mann swore under oath Tuesday he never realized what the Nazi party intended to do to the Jews when he joined it in 1932 By the time the extermination jlot unfolded Eiehmann said e was powerless to influence it The former Gestapo officer ac cused of a key role in the Nazi extermination of six million Jews during World War II took he stand in his own defense SUNNY Waterloo barber is victim of river CEDAR FALLS W George Welch 60 Waterloo barber drowned Tuesday while fishing with his brother in the Cedar River at George Wyth State Park Welchs brother said they were fishing from the shore when George fell into the river The brother could not swim and left the scene to call the fire department rescue squad for help authorities said The body was recovered AWARD FOR HOOVER PHILADELPHIA President Herbert Hoover will receive Philadelphias first Presidents Freedom Award on June 27 during Freedom Week observances SAMI DATE1HO227 North Iowa Clear and cool Tuesday night lows in up per 40s Mostly fair and warmer Wednesday highs in upper 70s to lower 80s Iowa Generally fair Tuesday night cooler southeast lows 4550 Fair and warmer Wed nesday highs in the 80s Further outlook Mostly fair and warmer Thursday Minnesota Fair and warmer Highs Tuesday in 80s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Tuesday cution evidence against him Eichmann now 55 and wear ing hornrimmed glasses snapped to ramrod attention when presiding Judge Moshe Landau announced the start of the defense His mouth pinched for lack of teeth his chin out and his shoul ders squared back Eichmann swore to tell the truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth As he swore by God the au dience made up mostly of Jew ish survivors of the wartime pogrom rumbled in surprise and resentment Eichmann said he preferred not to swear on the Bible but rather by the Al mighty God Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation Sunrise Sunset 71 44 62 02 am pm DROUTH AREA ST PAUL Minne sota disaster committee Tuesday urged that 11 northwestern coun ies be declared a disaster area saying parched soil conditions in he area are the worst since the 1930s I am not bound by any con fession but I do believe in God he told Landau Eichmanns first testimony was a blast at Israel for kidnap ing him in Argentina He said a prosecution statement that he came to Israel voluntarily was false The defendant said while Is raeli agents held him on the out skirts of Buenos Aires I was chained to my bed DEFENSE counsel Bob Ser vatius of West the court he Germany told would prove Photofax WANTS PROTECTIONLeo Kucsinski bonked on the head by a hardboiled egg at Sun days municipal band concert at Sioux City says hell con tinue the outdoor program only if I get policft protec tion The conductors profes sional pride suffered the great est injury by the incident He stalked from the bandstand after telling the audience I thought I lived in a civilized country but apparently not How to go to jail in one easy lesson JACKSON Miss UPI Fourtten Freedom Riders from California arrived Tuesday by train trooped in to a segregated waiting room at the Illinois Central termin al and were quietly arrested Arrest of the group which ricluded three Negroes and 11 white persons boosted to 131 the total number of riders ar on the charge of breach ng the peace during the past month Tuesdays riders who came tere from New Orleans alighted from the crack City of New Orleans passenger tain in a drizzling rain and n a group walked down the terminal stairs and directly into the waiting room reserved for whites They assembled at one of the benches in the large wait ing room and waited for the expected arrests Capt J L Ray ordered them to move on and they refused You heard my order to move on didnt you Ray asked one of the riders a col lege student Yes I did the youth an swered Are you going to obey it No Im not the youth said Five minutes later the group was in a paddy wagon on its way to jail through Eichmanns testimony that the whole Nazis apparatus was responsible for the pro gram and that Eichmann could do nothing about it Eichmann said he joined th Nazis in 1932 because their sli gan was War against Versai les He blamed the Versaille Treaty after World War I fo the tragedy of the Gerrna people the economic distres gripping his country At that time Eichmann sak the struggle against the Jew was a secondary main struggle was against th regime in power which was ao ministering the terms of th Versailles Treaty After Hitler became the su preme power in Germany Eichmann continued Worl War II was thrust upon Get many and out of that perioc came the senseless measures that paved the way for the ex termination of the Jews Good wed to aides exwife Entanglement made public WASHINGTON Mer win Goad DIowa announced Tuesday he had married the former wife of his chief aide about two months after he ob tained an Alabama divorce Goad said he and Carol Faye Peters were married at Martins burg W Va on May 19 in the chapel of a Lutheran Church Goad a 36yearold former minister of the Disciples of Christ Church confirmed that he obtained a divorce at Double Springs Ala on March 13 in the Winston County Circuit Court from Judge Robert Moore Jr COADS NEW wife 26 and her former husband E J Peters Jr were divorced in Las Vegas Nev on April 26 She and Peters started working in Goads office after he was first elected to Congress in 1957 representing the 6th District The threeterm Democrat said his former wife Dolores was dropping her divorce suit against him which was filed in Boone Iowa on June 8 Goad said he had talked with her on the telephone Tuesday and she had authorized him to make this statement It is my desire to abide by the Alabama divorce decree granted March 13 1961 I am dismissing my counsel Dan Statton and am mailing a dis missal of the Iowa divorce ac tion to the Boone County court I AM DOING this for the sake of my children and my self Mrs Goad employed at the Veterans Administration Hos pital in Dallas Tex said Tues day I have nothing to s a y about my husband Hospital officials said Mrs Goad was hired June 12 as a a year clerktypist She I COULD not anticipate could not influence My status was too modest I could not an ticipate all this when I joinec the Nazi party Eichmann de clared Eichmann testified that he held his rank of obersturmbann fuehrer lieutenant colonel in the SS from 1941 to the end of the war without a promotion anc tried during that time to be transferred to the Waffen SS which were fighting units at the ront His efforts were fruit ess he said Eichmann flatly denied re sponsibility for the mass slaughter and said he had nothing at all to do with the confiscation of Jewish prop erty either Yank indicted by jury for spying WASHINGTON WA federal rand jury has indicted Irvin C jScarbeck former second secre tary of the U S Embassy at Warsaw on a charge of giving classified information to agents of Communist Poland After the indictment Monday Scarbcck 41 declined to post bond set at He is held in the district jail A trial date will be set later for the foreign service officer Delores Coad Rep Coed is being trained to work as ward secretary they said Mrs Coad is living with her parents Mr and Mrs J R Hale Sr in Fort Worth She commutes to her Dallas j o b Mrs Hale is caring for the four hildren THE PETERSES went ta Washington from Denison Iowa Coad and his former wife who were married 17 years have four children aged 15 to 7 They will remain with their mother The new Mrs Coad has one daughter Lisa Jeane born Oct 1959 She will live with her mother and Coad at their home n suburban Silver Spring Md The congressman previously announced he would not seek election to any public office in 1962 Under of the Alabama decree Dolores Coad will retain he family home at Boone their automobile and receive a month for the support of herself and children In addition she vas given a lump sum settle ment of at the time of the livorce The Alabama judge who grant d Coad a divorce said it was perfectly legal and couldnt e set aside by an Iowa divorce ction In the Iowa action Mrs oad had asked for nonthly alimony a figure which toad had called ridiculously igh in view of my income On the inside Editorials 4 Clear Lake News 6 Society News Sports 1314 North Iowa News IS Latest Markets U Mason City News 1617 lomics U Farm News if GENERAL DIES QUEBEC Gen Sir ichard Turner 89 Canadas ast surviving World War I ral died Tuesday   

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