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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 5, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for HM CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL The newspaper that makes all North lowans AnoclatM fntt and run Wlrei MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 5 1W1 neighbor s 7c a paper Consists ot Two One No 284 Detect 3rd Russ Ablast in 5 days All eyes on election in New York A split in Tammany Hall By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTON Tammany Hall originally a fraternal brotherhood dates from before the American Revolution It early became entangled in New York politics Now it is con trolled by the New York County Democratic Committee Tammany was somethirfg less than a power under Presidents Roosevelt and Truman who starved it of patronage The only true Tammany man to be elected mayor of New York City since bumbling John P OBrien won the election of 1932 was Robert F Wagner Jr in 1953 Now the two real antagonists in Thursdays New York Demo cratic primary are Carmine G De Sapio chairman of the New York County Democratic Com mittee and as such Chief Sachem of Tammany and the man De Sapio put into office eight years ago Mayor Robert F Wagner surprise proposal by the United AP Photofax PREPARE FOITAUTO of Local 15 United Auto Workers Union are at work pre paring picket signs at Detroit The UAW and General Motors are still deadlocked on contract issues and a strikers scheduled at General Motors plants for Wednesday at 10 am Auto union plans strike Wednesday DETROIT Mo tors Corp Tuesday rejected a Jr i Auto Workers to submit their After two terms Wagner hasdeadldcked contract negotia discovered that he is a reformitions to a threeman arbitration er and has renounced Carj panel mine De Sapio and all his ways The unions proposal made He has also renounced the bosas the contract talks went into ses leaders of the Demo cratic organization in the four other boroughs or they have re pretty their final 24 hours before the 10 Asked about the prospects of a new company offer Seaton said Weindicated certain elements of flexibility in our offer of Aug 22 Well talk about what we have on the table and they will talk about their proposals The UAW chief said he was in sisting that General Motors match am deadline the extra benefits provided in the American Motors Corp settle called for the arbitration board to decide the major issues GM Vice President Louis G nounced him which is much the same thing Meantime Bob Wagner has been taken to the bosom of theSeaton announced New York Committee for Demoitlon of the almost 10 cratic Voters the He termed it asald reform splinter led by MrsJloaded proposalheads I win Franklin D Roosevelt and for tails you lose ment of last week In the absence of those basic Appeal by the West ignored But JFK hopeful GMs rejecjagreement mer Gov Herbert H Lehman He has the support also of insurgent Reuther president of the UAW said We have no intention of ex Democrats who do not call themtending the deadline selves reformers but who cant i stomach Tammany Wagners Democratic oppon ent for mayor is State Controller Arthur Levitt a lesser known figure than the incumbent but with the backing of leaders in all five counties This means clubhouses in all 65 assembly districts and personal represeni tation in all 4692 election disBERLIN AP An American tricts patrol sprayed by East German The Democratic nominees willpolice with a high pressure water be opposed in the Nov 7 elec hose Monday night answered with Yanks hosed but reply with gas FKOM OUR HIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON The Atomi Energy Commission announce Tuesday that Russia explode another nuclear device earl Tuesday The AEC said the yield of th latest detonation was in the to intermediate range This was about the sam range as the last two device exploded by the Russians th first on Sept 1 and the secon Sunday The twoline AEC announce ment did not say where Tues days explosion took place Th two were at Semipalatinsk about 1650 miles southeast o Moscow The Fordham University seis mic observatory said earlier had recorded two fairly strong Decision near WASHINGTON con gressional source close to the White House predicted Tues day the United States soon will resume testing of atomic weapons The source de clined to permit identification but said he would not be sur prised if such an announce ment was made fate in the day by President Kennedy earthquake shocks in an unde ermined area 3300 miles from New York at am and am The two explosions in the last am Wednesday Reuther 24 hoiirs appeared to dim hope j that Russia would accept the r said he believed there AmericanBritish plea to Nikita Khrushchev to halt nuclear tests in the atmosphere Although the Stale Depart ment said it had received no official reply tp this plea there were solid indications the Rus sians were about ready to turn it down Izvestia the official Soviet government newspaper claimed that the proposal was made to deceive public opinion in their j provisions of the American Motors is still adequate time to reach an agreement Whats been lacking is the will to do this job SHOWERS North Iowa Few showers north part of zone Tuesday night Locally cooler Tuesday night lows around 60 Mostly fair own countries dispatches from Furthermore Moscow said that since the Kremlin believes the tests are vital to the Soviet and little warmerWedriesdayjmilitary the chances are slim highs in upper 70s the western offer will be lion by Ally Gen Louis J Leftear gas grenades that sent Considerable cloudiness kowitz who will have strong Communists scurrying financial support and the per The incident on the sealedoff sonal backing of the presentsector border at Heidelberger votegetting champ Gov Nelsonjstrasse was reported by West Ber A Rockefeller Wagner prom ises to run as a Liberal Party nominee in the autumn should he be beaten for the Democratic nomination on Thursday New York City hasnt had a Republican mayor since Fiorello lin police The Eastern police apparently felt the officer and two soldiers in a too close to the walled frontier and showed their displeasure by opening up with the water hose The Ameri Tuesday night with scattered showers extreme northwest Wednesday generally fair and a little warmer Low Tuesday night near 60 northeast to near 50 southwest High Wednes day generally in 70s Further outlook for cooler againwith showers and thunderstorms So far all three Russian tests have been of relatively small devices A far cry from the 100 megaton monsters Khrush chev has claimed Russian scien tists are developing HUG FOR A o a o Goulart Brazils vice president hugs an ardent supporter Gov Leqnal Brizola of Rio Grande do Sul on Goularts arrival in Porto Alegre on his way hometo assume the presidency leftvacant by the resignation of Presi dent Janio Quadros Brizola led fight N ews in a FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Holiday toll held down CHICAGO Unfavorable driving in several sections of the country during the Labor Day weekend apparently was a major factor in hold ing down the holiday traffic toll Late reports of highway deaths during the 78hour holiday period boosted the traffic toll to 384 but this was fewer than the 420 which the National Safety Council had estimated might die in automobile crashes during the weekend Miss Iowa views ocean ATLANTIC CITY NJ Miss Iowa took a stroll along the boardwalk and gazed at the At lantic ocean for the first time in her life Patti Whalen 18 Clinton Iowas entry in the Miss America pageant said she wanted to take a swim in the salt water as soon as possible Firm stand by De Gaulle PARIS President Charles de Gaulle said the Western allies must hold their positions in Berlin by force if Armour talks to resume CHICAGO Contract negotiations resume Wednesday between Armour Co and the United Packinghouse Workers Union An Armour spokes man said the old contract with the meat packer and other major firms has been extended indefinitely and there is no danger of a strike at this time Schools peaceful in South Desegregation is expanded BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Four white junior high schools and a third high school were inte grated quietly in Little Rock Ark Tuesday four years after the first desegregation sparked rioting Police were on hand at the seven oncewhite schools where 48 Negroes are enrolled There were no crowds as Negroes en tered white junior high schools and Small Technical High School for the first time Persons living near the schools watched from front porches Tuesdays integration leaves Little Rock only one allwhite school above the elementary level No Negroes asked to at tend Pulaski Heights Junior High School Grade schools still are segregated The first integration at Central High School in 1957 resulted in rioting Finally federal troops were called out to enforce court ordered attendance of nine Negro students Central has 13 Negro pupils this year six more than last year Hall High School has six Negroes two more than last year and Tech has five Negroes the first of their race at that school Twelve Negroes were assigned to West Side Junior High School just four blocks from Central and nine to East Side Junior High Southwest Junior High has two Negroes and Forest Heights Jun ior High one Gov Orval E Faubus in 1957 used National Guardsmen to de lay integration at Central Fau bus closed the schools in 1958 and police beat back a brief demonstration in 1959 There was no disorder last year Public schools will be inte grated this weekfor the first ime in Dallas and Galveston Tex and Daytona Beaclv Fla New Orleans will begin its sec ond year of desegregation Police measures similar to hose which accomplished order y desegregation of four Atlanta high schools last week will be n effect in New Orleans where angry demonstrations marked admission of four Negro girls to program two eiementary scn0ols last He also called for a court o determine whether the Legis The New Orleans schools AP Photofax which has caused the nations ruling military brass to give a belated bless ing to Goulart becoming a figurehead president Goulart is expected at the capitol soon nowthat a1 dissident group of AiiForce officers has agreed to accept him in bid for gifts MUSCATINE UPiRep David Stanley RMuscatine sent the Iowa Board ofControl a dollar Tuesday and urged at least 50 000 other lowans to dothe same to save Iowas mental health ative Interim Committee has he power to impose a ceiling on salaries the Board of Control can pay psychiatrists at mental nstitutions Gov Norman Erbe however largely boycotted by white stu dents last year will reopen on a desegregated basis Thursday Less than 10 Negroes will be ad mitted to four other white schools at a later date ipposed the voluntary contribu Police barricades will go up ion idea saying it wouldnt bearoundall six schools Thursday a sound basis for operating a tate agency and that he doubts vhether any psychiatrist would ome to work for the state if the mental institutions had to de end on private contributions On the inside or their existence I dont think the mental health program is as black as some people have pictured Mason City Naws 1617 the governor said I thinksome Clear Lake News 18 EditorialsPage 4 Society News Sports 1314 North Iowa News 15 Latest Markets 16 people are pushing the panic button Comics20 Farm News21 A La Guardia 20 years agoicans tossed two grenades across1 Minnesota Mostly cloudy show and even the LittleFlower border and the Communist po ers Highs Tuesday near 80 to have fusion support but withlice ducked into a doorway until the Democratic vote split Lefthe lifted kowitz just through might squeak Globe Gazette weather data jup to 8 am Tuesday Weather disturbances watched in Caribbean MIAMI Fla Tropical states And it is the home of the storm Carla was expected to mosl powerful Democratic majrlurrip heavy rains on northeast chine outside the South jcrn Nicaragua and Honduras New York is more than just a city Indeed it polls more voles than several of the smaller Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation Sunrise Sunset Moreover successful Demo cratic candidates on the national ticket almost have to count on a massive base of votes in New York City Thats why the White House is watching the New York vote so carefully The Kennedys stand to lose in any event A Republican victory would mean a powerful lot to Rockefeller in his reelection campaign next year and a sweeping reelection victory could make Rockefeller the frontrunner Jfor the GOP presi dential nomination in 1964 A Levitt primary victory Monday while Hurricane Betsy whirled harmlessly in the North Atlantic The Miami Weather Bureausaid conditions in the western Caribbean were unfa vorable for Carla to grow into a hurricane but the seasons Maximum Minimum 62 56 64 07 94 66 third tropical storm would bring y heavy rains and high winds to er the east coasts of Honduras and the Yucatan Peninsula QUAKE IN GREECE ATHENS Greece UP An earthquake rocked the Greek is land of Euboea Tuesday dam aging a few houses in the cap CRASH VICTIM FOSTORIA UPI Edward John Thiessen 24 Everly was fatally injured Tuesday when his car crashed off a Clay Coun ty road about IVa miles west would mean a continued split in lal cily of Chalkis No casual the Democratic ranks and thejtics were reported Euboea lies White House has shown no grcalibout 40 miles northeast of affection for DC Sapio and Tam many ens which also fell Ihc brief Iremors 1960369 AP Photofax EACH WANTS TO BE MISS girls from the start of the annual Miss America pageant The new Miss every state in the nation plus five others from cities Washington jca will be crowned Saturday night Arrow singles out Patti Whal D C Canada Puerto Rico New York City and Chicago pose in en 19 Clinton Iowas representative swim suits along Atlantic City N J boardwalk today to signal   

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