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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 27, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper EdUtd for Hw I MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL W The newspaper that makes all North I owans neighbors Associated Ptw United Frew International Full UaS Wire MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 27 1961 a Cop Paper CmMi 6t oyt Oa No 301 Organized labor in conflict Teamsters in center By DICKINSON Jr GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau re ports that the AFLCIO mayj charter a new clean truck drivers union to rival the ousted Brotherhood of Teamsters re flect a dream of the federations Terry Appleby who may be GROUNDED BY AP Photofax POLICE Senate irked by Houser Adjourns at a m leadership Whether they reflect its actual intention is another matter The hard fact is that th merged labor organization ha not shown the strength neede to maintain unity within its ow house let alone undertake a expensive and protracted organ izing battle with Jimmy Hoffa Hoffa has given the AFLCIO ample reason for combat Th teamster boss has called AFL CIO President George Meany dopey thickheaded Irishman He has predicted that either the federation will take the Team sters back or the federation wi break up And he has warnec that the Teamsters will affiliat with the splinter federation i a split takes place Even mori galling the Teamsters at their recent convention in Miam Beachassumed the right to or ganize any workers in any fielc anywhere How the federation will reac to Hoffas numerous challenges is not yet clear One thing is certain Meany is irreconcilably opposed to return of the Team sters ousted for corruption in 1957 so long as Hoffa heads the union Walter P Reuther AFL CIO vice president in charge of the powerful industrial union de partment has been less specific on this score Hoffa has saic that were it not for Meany Reuther would favor a return oJ the Teamsters to good standing in the federation But Reuther recently declared that the Team sters union does not meet the basic minimum standards of trade union morality Joseph Curran president of the National Maritime Union has been openly critical of the AFLCIO leadership for its re fusal to readmit the Teamsters He defied the leadership last spring to join forces with the Teamsters in a mutual assist ance pact Many of the federa tions state and local central the only motorist ever to drive himself to kindergarten stands beside his fathers station wagon which he has learned to drive Police in Sudbury Ont have laid charge his father George Appleby of permitting a person under age of 16 to operate motor vehicle Terry is only six Mr Appleby who does not deny charge says his son can drive in heaviest downtown traffic and park better than many adults Frost likely in Iowa The first heavy frost of the year was expected to blanket Iowa Wednesday night with a hard freeze forecast for north sections of the state Lows ranging from 25 to 32 de grees were forecast for the north west with other lows ranging up to the lower 40s in the extreme southeast Scattered showers were expect ed in eastern and south centrai sections of the state Wednesday afternoon with cloudy skies cov ering most of the state Top readings ranging from 55 Segrees in the northwest to about 0 degrees in the southeast were xpected Wednesday Cooler veather was predicted for Thurs ay with highs generally in the Os WASHINGTON first congressional session of the Ken nedy administration wound up in an angry whirlwind early Wed nesday with the Senate having to accept a big money bill which the House bounced to it on a take it or leave it basis The House passed the 927341 supplemental appropria tion and then quickly closed up shop at am With the House in adjournment and no chance for compromise the Senate was forced to go along with the bill providing money for a wide va riety of federal agencies The slightest Senate amend ment would have killed the meas ure and forced President Kennedy to call a special session to get the needed funds Senators minced ho words in expressing anger at the House adjournment prior to final Sen ate action We have taken a shellacking and I think its outrageous pro AP Photofax FIREBOAT AT WORK A navy f ireboat plays streams of water on the burning naval tanker Potomac near the port terminal at person was killed and 27 injured The multimillion dollar terminal Morehead City N C Jet fuel aboard the tanker exploded and one was saved but only after an allnight battle Dulles out as intelligence director McCone named CIA head NEWPORT RI Kennedy Wednesday named John A McCone former chairman of tested Senate Democratic Leaderithe Atomic Energy Commission Mike Mansfield of Montana succeed Allen Dulles as head Senate Republican Leader Everf the Central Intelligence Agency ett M Dirksen of Illinois chal lenged his colleagues to show how deep is your conviction Lets find out whether thej House of Representatives can af front the Senate Dirksen roared But after additional angry com plaints the Senate passed the measure on a voice vote and quit at am The session which ended in the flare of tempers had run up ap propriations totaling about billion a peacetime record In its home stretch session of about 19 hours the heavily ocratic Congress also Voted for foreign aid for the year which started July 1 The final figure wasa in November Kennedy introduced McCone as his choice to replace the retiring Dulles at a speciallycalled meet ing with newsmen at the Naval War College in Newport He is the announcement was ifiade to McCone a Republican and say that he would step out after wealthy West Coast industrialist eight years as director of the nations supersecret intelligence spending a weeks vacation at this j gathering agency resort Dulles also accompanied the President t an auditorium where Kennedy said that Dulles 68 would continue to serve him as a consultant on intelligence matters had leaped into speculation only Tuesday as Kennedys selection to relieve Dulles He served as head of the Atom ic Energy Commission for the last three years of the Dwight D Ei Nixon ready to reveal 62 plans LOS ANGELES M Nixon steps before a televised news conference Wednesday night qualified victory for President Kennedy who originally asked for 4775500000 Although Kennedy vas denied the advance Treasury inancing he sought he won a to answer the he run for governor of California next year Even his closest advisers fessed not to know in advance whetherit would be yes or no At iveyear authorization for his ecoj least they werent talking Everythingseemed to point to ward a campaign by the 1960 Re publican presidential nominee to dump Democratic Gov Edmund Lows early Wednesday varied rom 46 degrees at Spencer to 53 egrees at Davenport Sioux City nd Cedar Rapids Highs Tuesday anged from 65 degrees at Du uque to 74 degrees at Sioux City The fiveday forecast calls for emperatures four to eight degrees nomic development loan program longest ever voted Cleared a works appropriation for flood con trol rivers and harbors reclamai tion and atomic energy projects Sent to the White House a bill There was the careful staging j of the announcement the steady buildup of a draft Nixon clamor within the state GOP little hints here and there But just as easily puzzled guessers could make out a sound N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES authoring the Treasury to fl dedsjon by 48 sign a number to each income bodies also are clamoring for below normal with moderate touah readmission of the rainfall particularly Saturj p a tacit admission that few unday and Sunday ions can win strikes or carry forward organizing campaigns without active Teamster sup port A reconciliation of sorts may be inevitable sooner or later As one labor expert put it The labor movement needs the Team sters for economic and organizai tional reasons the Teamsters need the labor movement for reasons of respectability But No politics Evy claims BI u chance Ws mjcal Mure taxpayer in a move to keep state votfers who are better i11S t than 32 Democratic Put aside until next year was a bill designed to ease the taxi Republicans themselves are di burden on Du Pont stockholders vided on Nixons course Some who might receive 63 million have told him that he needs the shares of General Motors stock governorship to build a platform under an antitrust divestiture another national race in 1964 ceeding Since convening or 1968 last Jan 3j others have argued that Nixon not this year or for the next A ked jf th two ifas appears probablebm d hisyjiver Meany is reelected to a new of j job for Jfti Congress approved many major with his national party stature DES M01NES AP of Kennedys New Frontiersidoesnt need an office to keep in Evashevski Iowa athletic direcProgram II also reeclecl severalthe public eye They have warned jtor said Wednesday he definitelyof his major rec5uests jwill not be a candidate for public j office next year jtoo that he faces a stubborn bat jtle for the state nomination par North Iowa Clearing and cold er Wednesday night with scat teredfrost and some freezing temperatures lows 3035 Gen erally fair and continued quite cold Thursday highs in the 50s Iowa Frost and hard freeze warning Clearing and colder with frost over most of state Wednesday night lows near 30 northwest to near 40 south east Hard freeze likely north west Generally fair and rath er cold Thursday highs in the 50s Further ly fair and warmer Friday Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average 4 to 8 degrees be low normal Thursday through next Monday Normal highs are from 68 to 74 and normal lows from 45 to 52 Colder Thursday warmer Friday and Saturday then colder again Sunday or Monday Precipita tion will be moderate to heavy averaging 50 of an inch to one inch and locally as much as two inches in showers Saturday and Sunday Minnesota Fair continued cool Highs Thursday in 50s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Wednesday Berlin role for U N UNITED NATIONS The possibility that the United Nations will play some role in efforts to set tle the Berlin crisis appears to be gaining headway If the United States and Russia in current diplomatic talks fail to agree on a formula for starting negotia tions the warthreatening dispute will likely become an issue of prime concern for the General Assembly Warning shots fired BERLIN East German police fired warning shots when 600 angry West Berliners threw rocks across the border Demonstrating against forced evacuations of East Germans from border areas the crowd aimed rocks at Communist searchlights illu minating the barbed wire barrier Many seek deferments MINNEAPOLIS A spokesman for the XIV Army corps said nearly one in three of the Midwest reservists and National guardsmen called to active duty are asking for temporary 90day deferments to get more time to prepare for military life Sentencing denounced BERLIN The United States mission here de nounced thesentencing by Communists of two Cal ifornia students to two years in prison for allegedly trying to smuggle an East Berlin girl student to West Berlin twoyear term as AFLCIO pres ident at the federations Decem ber convention race Evy at all Evashevski had been mentioned as a possible Democratic candi Indeed a possible tougheningjdate for the us Senate or for 1 ci i ovwornnr I of relations was foreshadowed last month when the AFLCIO took back four Cincinnati locals which bolted from the Team sters in protest against Hoffas activities The 4000 members of the Dairy Drivers Soft Drink Drivers Funeral Livery Driv governor n i LL L ticularly from former Gov Goodj Record offer for filmLn 1 Knisw rights of Fair Lady NEW YORK W a r n e r Brothers was reported Wednes day to have offered a record million plus royalties for the movie rights to the musical play Carroll man dies in olane crash He made his announcement atjMy Fafr Lady The price isi Sports V 2324 a meeting of the DesMoines Foot by far the highest ever for Comics 25 j CARROLL AP Joe Kim On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society 14151617 Clear Lake News 20 North Iowa News 21 Maximum Minimum Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 72 48 79 39 enhower administration and had een undersecretary of the Air orce for more than a year in the iarry S Truman regime Kennedy announced that Mc lone would go to Washington in bout two weeks to work with Dulles and smooth over the period f transition before he becomes lirector of the agency Kennedy said both he and Dul eswere estremely pleased and satisfied that the 59yearold Mc Cone had agreed to accept the re sponsibility He pointed to Mc Cones broad experience in gov ernment and said he would enter the intelligence field at a real sacrifice Kennedy and the First Lady ar rived Tuesday fora week of re axation at Hammersmith farm parents estate on Newport Veck It had been understood prevf usly that Kennedy was about to ettle on a replacement for Dul 35 the scholarly pipesmoking eteran of government service who directed a World War II spy network in Germany and Italy Dulles brother of the late sec retary of state John Foster Dul les has served his country in intelligence work since World War II when he was enlisted in the Office of Strategic Services by his old friend Maj Gen William S Donovan Dulles came under consider able criticism for the role the CIA played in the dismal failure of the rebel Cuban landings last April Although in a job whose prime requirement is secrecy Dulles became involved in controversy not only over the Cuban affair but also in the case of Francis Gary Powers whose U2 plane was downed over Russia just be fore the Paris summit meeting When President Truman ere RuskGromyko confer again the f called 3 Dulles to Washington to frame NEW YORK Secretary of State Dean Rusk i suggestions for the agencys op held his second Berlin crisis conference with Soviet jeration Gen Walter Bedell Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko in an effort to Smith Eisenhowers DDay aide find some common ground for fullscale EastWest negotiations who died recently was first head of the agency Dulles suc ceeded him in 1953 ball Writers Association RAILROADMAN DIES isource material for the screen Latest Markets 38 jbrough 40 Carroll was killed early j The previous record is believed Mason City News 3839 i Wednesday when his airplane to be the 52270000 paid byi jcrashed shortly after takeoff from CLEVELAND Ohio j Twentieth Century Fox for GAS PLANT BURNS Arthur N Neu Airport He was B Robertson 85 president of I South Pacific Cary OGDEN was exalone A DECISION IS MADE President Ken nedy rides in car with Allen Dulles cen ter after the Chief Executive announced the retirement of Dulles as director of Cen tral Intelligence Agency John A McCone who will succeed Dulles is at right AP Photofax ers and Taxicab Drivers in Brotherhood of Locomotiveand Audrey Hepburn have bcenjpected to run into thousands of cinnati hadvoted nearly unanijFircmen and Enginemen for 31 j mentioned in film circles as posidollars from a fire that de mously on Aug 17 to secede from the Teamsters There is doubt in labor quarters how ever that the Cincinnati insur rection signals either a mass Teamster revolt or an AFLCIO offensive to promote further de fections Labor observers have recalled that several Teamster locals sounded out the federation late in 1958 on the chances of getting direct AFLCIO charters if they should withdraw from Hoffas union The federation refused at that time to accept the locals Meany later explained that un lessthe antiHoffa revolt were widespread seceding locals would be at the mercy of Hoffa loyalists Oilier federation officials criti cized Meany for not taking in the locals and for not creating t rival union years until his retirement 1953 died Wednesday in sibililies for the My I Lady starring roles The 1956 Piper Tripacer came down in a cornfield less than Fairjstroycd a liquid propane dismile from the airport Cause off jlribuling plant north of Ogden Boss sent dead skunk Odor in tax bureau DES MOINES UPI Andrew George Wednesday became the first state tax commissioner to admit re ceiving a free gift as a member of the he is not happy about The gift was a freshly killed skunk George chairman of the commis sion received the dead skunk in an ex press package which had been mailed in Ottumwa The sender was listed as an Elmer Hill but George thinks thai is a fictitious name I think I know who sent it and hes no friend of mine said George who would not reveal the name of the sus pect When the tax commission mail clerk brought the package into Georges of fice the chairman had the clerk open the smelly cardboard box George took one brief look inside and told the clerk to rush the package downstairs and out of the building the crash was not immediately de termined The wreckage was discovered by Shelby Hagberg airport man ager as he prepared to land a plane Wednesday morning Kim brough field man for the Carrol Livestock Sales Co had taken ofi about am SAME 1960405 Dcpnrtmcni Kl Bluck Flag 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