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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 1, 1961, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edittfi for HM Homt MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 99 The newspaper that makes a II North 10 vans neighbors Aaoelited pna tnd United Prei International Full Leas Wire MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JULY 1 1961 7o a Copy Thls Paper Consists of Two SectionsSection No 22t Minnesota man killed A 21yearold Minne sota service man on leave was killed early Saturday morningwhen the car he was driving hit a utility pole on Highway 65 about a mile south of Manly The name of the vic tim was not released by authorities pending noti fication of relatives According to I o w a highway patrolmen the driver went to sleep edged his car off the pavement and momen tarily awakening quickly tried to head the car back on the pavement causing the vehicle to swerve The auto broke off the utility pole and turned over in a ditch The car was demolished The ac cident occurred at a m Power service was cut off REPAIRMEN WORK ABOVE SCENE WHERE MINNESOTAN DIED Thornton man hurt in mishap A 40yearold Thornton man is in serious condition in a Ma son City hospital suffering from internal injuries received Fri day night in a truck accident a mile and half north of Thorn ton He is Merlin Junior Thada According to Iowa highway patrolmen Thada driving a stock truck hauling 12 head of cattle left the Clear Lafo sale barn and drove his truck south on Highway 107 Near Thornton the truck went off the road after skidding 390 feet The truck rolled over once and then went endoverend The impact threw all the cat tle out of the truck but only one cow was killed The accident occurred at 11 pm On the Inside Editorials Page 4 Clear Lake News 5 Religious News 67 Society News 8 Sports 910 North Iowa News 11 Latest Markets 12 Mason City News 1213 Comics 14 Building News 15 Hoffa rides to 8 victory Kennedys mean trouble CLOUDY o o By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTON The Interna tional Brotherhood of Teamsters Chauffeurs Warehousemen and Helpers holds a special conven tion at Miami Beach beginning Monday The so far u n s i n k a b 1 James Riddle Hoffa appears to bej riding a tidal wave that will carry j him to another fiveyear term asi the this time undisputedup to 8 am Saturday Iowa Partly cloudy Saturday afternoon through Sunday Scattered showers and thun der storms north Saturday aftj ernoon and over most of state j Saturday night and over south j and east Sunday Cooler north west Saturday night and over west and north Sunday Low Saturday 65 northwest to near 70 southeast High Sunday in the 80s northwest to the 90s southeast Minnesota Considerable cloudi ness southeast Saturday aft ernoon and Saturday night Scattered showers or possible thunderstorms southeast half Saturday afternoon and ex treme southeast Saturday night Locally cooler Sunday Low Saturday night 55 to 65 High Sunday 75 to 85 GlobeGazette weather data Lost on raft grim tale Saw 2 men die SAN DIEGO Calif A husky 14 year ofd boy who watched two men die as they drifted on a flimsy raft was re covering in a hospital Saturday after three days of tragedy and terror at sea Terry McCieiiand a faiond high school athlete from Hunt ington Beach Calif was res cued Friday by a fishing boat 90 miles southwest of San Diego Transferred to a submarine he arrived Friday night in San Diego He was pronounced in fairly good condition at a hos pital He told newsmen SAME DATEWO250 Celebrate holiday in auto deaths By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A spectacular twovehicle ac cident in Nevada killed 11 per sons Friday night providing aj grim start to the toll of traffic j rambling dead for the long Independence FALLEN POLE MARKS DEATH SCENE British land troops to strengthen Kuwait By COLIN FROST KUWAIT marine commandoes aboard the 22000 ton aircraft carrier Bulwark landed Saturday in Kuwait andjfense against a threatened inva the government radio announced sion by Iraq that Saudi Arabian troops were coming to the sheikdoms de tale about three terrible days JDay weekend of the InternationalBroth erhood of Teamsters He is ex pected to be elected without op position to the union presidency at the special convention at Miami Beach The Teamsters Joint Council of New York official coordinating body for 150000 truck drivers and warehousemen in the metropolitan area on April 11 unanimously endorsed Hoffa for Maximum Minimum At 8 m Precipitation Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 95 64 69 53 69 48 of shipwreck thirst delirium death hunger heat and blind ing glare of sun sea and sky Nixon bocks Kennedy for more weapons The Nevada Highway Patrol1 said a pickup truck speeding along the wrong lane of a four lane highway slammed headon Holiday deaths Traffic 49 Boating 1 Drowning 2 Miscellaneous 1 Total 53 LONG BEACH Calif president ofagents systematic oldage protecrjnteti ciaies must risk war on i u the nations biggest and strongesttion f waronunto a station wagon It was the me nation s Dig0esi ana suon0esi uuii occasion to keep the peace rpnnrtefi mulrinledeath ac union i Teamster organizers alreadymprVim prpsinVnt Richard M i muiupie cieam ac i IlltM V1LC 1 IcMUcill IxiLIlalu iMA4Anf nf ihn fViif ho i pmnv in amina eaiarv nf wififirr cictent oi ws weeKenu inai oe ienjoy an annual saiaiy oi j vnn rW mori Fr riav n trhf Fridayat 6 pm and willi THIS FOLLOWED similar three years wjth the union proval of the 48yearold of a day at home He told 5000 dele2ates to the boss and his full handpicked slate am 325o a day when out of American Legion con in Chicago Detroit Los Angeles transportation allowance St Louis and half a dozen other j additional expense money when major cities Hoffas three principal oppon ents in the 1957 election all have refused to run again Four years needed health and hospital in surance and retirement on full pay at the age of 62 after 22 verrtion America is going to have to take chances If we dont take chances our position will dete riorate We must be willing to ago Hoffa received 1208 convenj years of service risk war to talk the language oftore peace I believe Soviet Premier tion votes as against 443 for his I THAT FEDERAL charges hang i Khrushchev respects opponents This was the rigged over Hoffa should hardly alienate strength1 convention that brought about thethe union electorate monitoring of the union by a J under indictment for courtappointed trio who werewhen lie swept the first ballot to end midnight Tuesday July 4 j Hot weather over most of thej country lured motorists to the highways in droves The National Safety Council expected most of the nations 74 million vehicles to roll be The the 102hour holiday ends council said about 10 bil He was He urged support of President wiretapping Kcnncdys rcquJcst for increascdmatcd charged with reforming the unionwin the union presidency in 1957 while Hoffa chafed under the title j But Hoffa faces other troubles of provisional president His arch foe through three years The monitors were dismissed and a new election sanctioned on Feb 28 Hoffa ordered locals to elect 2100 delegates and as many alter nates as they desired to send to the Miami meeting The election of delegates was conducted on a localbylpcal basis Hoffa inj structed all units to observe the uniondemocracy requirements of the LandrumGriffin Act plus election procedures laid down by the court SECRETARY OF Labor Arthur Goldberg on May 26 filed suit to invalidate a December election of an Amarillo Teamsters union as violating election provisions of fcctive reform it would appear the 1959 law ilhat only the criminal courts As if the delegates at Miami separate James R Beach were not already disposed who used to boast I got a list of investigations by the Senate McClellan special committee on labor and management was its chief counsel Robert F Kennedy Now Kennedy is attorney gen eral and his brother is president And the head of the criminal di vision of the Justice Department is Jack Miller formerly attorney for the courtappointed monitors who so enraged Jimmy Hoffa THE TEAMSTERS according to John Herling a nationally syn dicated labor writer hostile to unions are crawling with criminality On the record of the past four our lion miles would be logged over line weekend Safety council officials csti die in AT THE SAME iime rifle bearing sheiks swarmed in fron jthe desert by limousine vowing ito help defend rich little Ku wait against armored Iraq troops reported massing across j the border Hundreds of Bedouin triba chiefs flanked by bodyguards and retainers rushed to Naif palace where Kuwaits ruler Sheik Abdullah asSalim asSa bah has been conferring with advisors over the threat posed by Iraqui Premier Abdel Karim Kassem THE CITY prepared for an other giant demonstration Sat urday against Iraqs annexation move Posters were readied showing Kassem getting a kick in the pants and a giant fist de scending on his head Kuwaits Minister of State Ba der Abdulla Mulla announced quested an emergency meeting of the United Nations Security Smith remains strong House unit packs punch By WILLIAM F ARBOGAST WASHINGTON Si Somt Democrats who helped pack the House Rules Committee last January to break the control of a conservation coalition are be ginning to wonder if they made a mistake On the basis of committee sta istics they have good reason to wonder The packing ordered by a 217212 vote of the House ncreased the committee mem jership from eight Democrats and four Republicans to 10 Dem ocrats and five Republicans It vas engineered by Speaker Sam Rayburn DTex with the sup port of the Kennedy administra ion Its purpose was to pre ent the committee from bottl j Council to investigate threats legislation and denying I from Iraq likely to endanger the chance to vbj i security and independence of Kuwait AFTER THE increase voting control of the committee was held by eight Democrats friend ly to Rayburn and the Kennedy administration Previously it was exercised by two Democrats Chairman Howard W Smith of Virginia and William M Colmer of Mis sissippi along with the four Republicans Between them they had enough votes to beat any motion to send legislation to the dedi military strength and the ministrations stand on Berlin French farm tractors block tourist roads PARIS UP Thousands o f tractorriding farmers protest ing the governments price fix ing policy blocked main roads in a wide area of Southern France again Saturday as the midsummer tourist rush be gan Tractor blockades were reported in the regions of Mar seille Nirnes Aries Montpel licr and Tarascon and in Cen may suffer injuries that disable them beyond the day of their accidents Striking men at Sioux City cleared in court SIOUX CITY were dismissed Friday against two striking United Packing house Union Workers in connec tion with the forcing of an auto carrying nonunion workers into the Floyd River years of investigations and ineftral FrancCi ncar Bourgcs BANK BACK TAIPEI Formosa Municipal Court Judge John Fachmann dismissed charges of malicious mischief and assault with intent to do great bodily injury against Donald Howard J34 and Adolph Ollison 20 both Ceniof Sioux City in Hoffas favor the convention of arrestsmaybe as long as yourjlral Bank of China swept out of The charges were filed follow will consider proposals for a the leadership of perexistence with the fall ol thciing an incident linked with the sion plan to give the unions 3000 the worlds most powerful mainland in 1949 resumed busiprolonged strike at the Sioux paW local officers and business union ness Saturday City dressed beef plant WELL AND UNWELL Kuwait the current trou blespot of the Arab world is a 5000squaremile sheikdom Iowas land area is 56290 square miles perched atop the worlds largest underground oil lake Kuwaits oil brings its 150000 population a minute Britain purchases 37 per cent of its oil from there and 12 per cent from Iraq Lutherans to icate new Lakeside Camp SPIRIT LAKE tffl The Unit ed Lutherans of Iowa will be jhosts July 4th at their Lakeside iCamn near Spirit Lake at the i r niuuuii lu seau icaisiauon 10 me dedication of a new camp r i i i floor buch a motion loses on 1 Besides the dedication VQte mony there will be a guided tour of the camp for the Smith wno headcd the old and visitors and a barbecueions5vauvc c a l11 n jfought the increase has com piled some statistics indicating that the committee isnt per Poll puts Rebel attack if kills natives Nixon ahead in Afrjca statc ST PAUL pollster Jack Lyons of St Paul says 55 per cent of the delegates he polled at the re cent Young Republicans con vention in Minneapolis fa vored former Vice President Richard M Nixon for the GOP presidential nomination again in 1964 He said 67 per cent of the 769 Nixon should LISBON Portugal Scores of native workers were massa cred in a rebel attack in Portu gals West African colony of An gola the Lusitania News Agen cy said Saturday The rebels reportedly struck against four plantations in the coffeegrowing area 100 miles dinner The ceremony will be high lighted by the raising of the American and Lutheran flags by a color guard of Boy and Girl Scouts Camp development and camp program committee representatives outline their plans for the camp in the fu ture Celebrate early Judge fines youths MARSHALLTOWN fl Four Marshall County youths who forming according to plans DURING THE first six months of the present session Smiths statistics show the committee has sent to the House for a vote 39 bills and resolutions During the first six months of the opening session of the last Congress the coalitioncontrolled committee cleared 55 bills and resolutions for House action We were much more fruitful before we packed Smith told a reporter Biggest bills now bottled up in e committee deal with assist Me said per northeast of Luanda set fire to pleaded guilty to shooting firejanccto schools both public and polled thought crops and farmhouses and fled works here June 27 were fined private One of them a general be a candidate In Portugal new taxes on each in Municipal Court Fripublic school assistance measure for governor of California next oline beer imported tobaccoday They arc Larry Lcc Vry 20 year Only 27 ptr cent faVored other luxury items were de Green Mountain and his brother Sen Barry Goldwater Rj creed to help pay the cost of Gary 19 Dennis Zednicck 19 of I fcJOl I J VVMW YY fl ICI j n I VI VI IIVJp 1V I IIV VI Ariz as the Republican presI fighting the 4monlhold rebel idential candidate in 1964 lion Marshalltown and Paul Lovig 19 of rural Marshalltown ranks high on Kennedys program It may never get out of the iniltee because the Democrats nominally in voting control split
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