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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 3, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North tewos Daily Newspaper Edited for Hw VOL 99 MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION The newspaper that makes ail North I o wans neighbors Associated Press and United Press International Full Lease Wires MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY OCTOBER 3 1961 c CopyThis Paper Consists Two SectionsSection No ttf First complete strike at Ford in 20 years DETROIT AP Ford Motor Cos 120000 production workers walked off the job Tuesday It was the first nationwide strike against the company in 20 years Production workers went out on strike when company and union bargainers failed to reach a con tract agreement by the unions 10 am strike deadline Ford said 45000 workers were off the job at 16 plants The strike is expected to shut down Fords 85 plants across the nation Series is a matter of money One hand to another By RICHARD SPCNG GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau will be no attempt here to predict the outcome of the World Series On a probability basis youd have to go with the Yankees In the staggering 25 times the American League champions have played in the series theyve lost only seven times only four times in the past 30 years In the same three dec ades Cincinnatis Reds have beftn in two series losing in 1939 and taking the duke in 1940 When the Yankees clinched the pennant on last Sept 20 the management was said to have only two real worries The first was whether the Los Angeles Dodgers or the Reds would ac quire the National League flag The reason was a matter of logistics Memorial Coliseum the foster home to which the Dodgers bid adieu this year has a rated sealing capacity of 92 500 fans Actually a record 92 706 paying customers watched a 1959 series game there and a 1959 exhibition with the Yankees for the benefit of the injured catcher Roy Campanella drew 93103 baseballs alltime biggest crowd Field in Cincinnati seats only 32000 although 4000 extra seats were reported being built just in case the Redlegs held on in their stretch drive to win The other worry for the Yan kee ownership What Maris and Mantle are going to ask in the way of takehome pay next sea son For the Yankee players the outcome of the RedsDodgers struggle in the other league was dire too A YankeeDodger se ries would probably have brok en all player pool records with the share for the winning team about 515000 per man That would have been some 9500 more than the Yankees players share when they beat the Reds back in 1939 The 1959 series between the Dodgers and the Chicago White Sox established the alltime rec ord for players shares to which Memorial Coliseum contributed handsomely The winning Dodg ers took down 511231 apiece the Sox The series attend ance and receipts records set in and pear likely to stand up for awhile too despite the fact that only six games were played World series mean a lot of spending even for huge New York which usually greets spenders en masse with the bland good humor of a bear licking a honeyed paw The citys 370odd hotels with up wards of 116400 rooms will be shoehorned tight Choice seats at Yankee Stadium will go atj better than each a game despite the official plus for mailing and top for a box ticket The stad ium was sold out of reserved seats by Sept 23 the day after orders were accepted Hotel and game accommodations a re bound to command even greater premiums in Cincinnati For all that they are solid burghers Cincinnatians are re ported to be spenders as is the whole series Night clubs and restaurants are sure to do turnaway business at Gold Rush prices And this is certain to be a big gambling as well as spending scries particularly because the Redlegs are a kind of Cinderella team one which their fans with sort of perverse sentimentality have taken to calling The Team That Nobody Wanted AP Photofax Howard Ed gerton a Los Angeles financier said he believes he is the man Goodwin J Knight plans to name as being a supporter of former Vice President Richard Nixon whom Knight claims tried to lure him out of the race for California governor in 1962 Knight opposing Nixon for the Republican nomination says an emissary offered him a high state job if he would not enter the race Edgerton says he has never been a Nixon emissary Hospital care for Sam Rayburn DALLAS Tex of the House Sam Rayburn has en tered Baylor Hospital where doctors will try to find what is slowing his recovery from a back ailment Rayburn had lost weight but his condition appeared good Rayburn entered the hospital Monday The 79yearold congressman is said to be suffering from lum bago He returned to his Bon ham Tex home Aug 31 for a rest and vacation GETS ASSIGNMENT BETTENDORF Ertl Bettendorf has been as signed to Thailand by the Peace Corps N ews in a utshell Negotiations are to esume Wednesday however after a 24 hour recess The strike was orderly In its first hours there were no reports of trouble as picket lines went up at the factories Both Ford and the union de plored the first general walkout against Ford since the UAWs organizing strike of 1941 As the strike hour came UAW President Walter P Reuther told newsmen There is currently in effect a strike at the plants of the Ford Motor Co and we regret this fact Malcolm L Denise a Ford vice president and chief bargainer in the negotiations said in a state ment For the first time in the 20year history of our relationship with the UAW an authorized com panywide strike has been called against Ford Motor Co This strike is entirely unnecessary Marathon talks headed by Reu ther for the UAW and Denise for Ford broke up at the 10 am strike deadline in disagreement over national noneconomic issues including plant working conditions All economic issues including pay rates had been settled on the general basis of the earlier UAW settlement with General Motors Corp At General Motors the union also had struck over locallevel noneconomic issues idling the bulk of GMs 350000 workers for almost two weeks last month At GM the union got an econom ic settlement which it said meant more than 12 cents an hour in takehome pay to the GM workers each year of the threeyear con tract The union said it got more from Ford on economic matters than it did at GM Prior to the start of Ford talks the union said it would demand more of Ford Denise emphasized in his state ment that Ford had improved over GM Improvement in jobs outlook WASHINGTON AP Jobless ness dropped by 457000 in Sep tember and should decline below four million this month for the first time in a year the Labor Department reported today At 4085000 the September un employment total was 68 per cent of the civil labor disap pointingly small change from the August rate of 69 per cent equiv alent to the high point of the re cession Tourists stranded Home is where the planes are SHANNON Ireland Ml The pileup Americans stranded at Gatwick Airport here increased Tuesday and a small charter airline was having a hard time getting them home The airline just doesnt have enough planes and then theres the small matter of a gasoline due bill Eightyeight tourists members of the Los Angeles British American Club had just completed a fourweek vacation in the United Kingdom A spokesman said they chartered their twoway flight from the President Airlines of Los Angeles The same airline was used 98 IrishAmericans from Chi f caco who have been stranded Peace marchers from West in Kremlin show PROM OUR W1KE SERVICES Call tor doctors WASHINGTON Defense Department asked Selective Service Tuesday to call up 716 physicians dentists and veterinarians for service in the expanded military forces They will be given 15 days to volunteer for officers commissions in stead of being subjected to actual draft Changes course MIAMI Tropical storm Frances abruptly has turned its 50 mile an hour winds to a north west c o u rs e and the weather bureau said there now was only a remote possibility it would affect the US mainland Atomic engine WASHINGTON The United States aims to have a rocket with a nu clear engine ready for flight testing in about five years A US space official said nuclear pro pulsion is necessary for manned interplan etary flights Rude Jolt Dept ALBUQUERQUE N M District Attorney Alexander Sceresse said some of my friends had approached him to discuss his possible can didacy for governor They have asked me not to run he said Action shelved UNITED NATIONS UN delegates from both East and West were re ported trying to shelve action on membership ap plications of Mauritania and Outer Mongolia pend ing a decision on seating Red China The Security Council adjourned after 15 minutes when it be came clear the Soviet Union remained deter mined to veto Mauritania and that Nationalist China would turn thumbs down on Communist Out er Mongolia Smashes through Berlin barrier BERLIN AP A young Easi Berliner Tuesday crashed a heavy truck through the concrete border wall in a daring escape to Wesi Berlin Police said the 24yearold man broke through near the heavily uarded East Berlin checkpoint at Heinrich Heine Strasse on the American sector border The Red guards opened fire with automatic weapons bui missed the driver STRUCK NUTLEY N J 1500 electrical workers went on strike Tuesday against Interna tional Telephone and Telegraph ITT laboratories MOSCOW and European peace marchers parad ed before the Kremlin Tuesday de manding disarmament and ban ning of the nuclear bomb The 29 marchers who had come on foot and by bus across Ameri ca Europe and western Russia walked into Red Square at the place was almost empty Police had put up barriers around the square apparently ex pecting a big crowd but so came that the police pulled away the barriers and let the crowd march into the square It never exceeded 300 It was the first time a band of Western marchers had ever made their way into the Soyiet Union under such circumstances In Red Square they seemed un certain what to do Police forbade them to speak They had planned to hold peace meetings in the square as they had done in dozens for the last seven days wait ingfor a return flight After the second batch of Americans had been waiting for five hours at Gatwick C F Beard a booking agent rep resenting President A i r 1 i nes told them he believed the line had only two airliners in serv ice at the moment one on its way here to take the Irish Americans aboard and the other in New York The first batch of 98 stranded tourists did get a word of cheer The arrival of a Los Angeles bank draft for that amount cleared the way for their return days late President Air Lines sent the money to pay landing fees and fuel bills piled up on the airliner chartered by the group The plane wasscheduled to fly them home last Wednesday The Erins Own Club of Chi cago chartered the tour The weary IrishAmericans all from Chicago had assembled once more at the airport from hotels and private dwellings in the area where most of them of cities and villages across Euhad spent their sixth grumbling rope and in the Soviet Union might waiting fortransportation AP Photofajc HAS have a rough time f M getting the USS North Carolina in her berth at med a waterfront cafe white building at right Wilmington NC When the huge battlewagorr was decommissioned North Carolina has been brought to pivoted to allow berthing the big ships stern ram Wilmington to become a shrine to the war dead Appeal heard at Osage Tax cut bid aired By CHUCK WALK GlobeGazette Staff Writer was a battle of figures here Tuesday as a re quest to cut in taxes from the 1962 Mitchell County judget was aired before the owa State Board of Appeals The represents more than 46 per cent of the entire budget for four county be raised by taxation proposed by a group of Mitchell County citizens repre sented by Keith A McKinley Osage attorney Hearing the request were two of the three members of the board of appeals They were M R Selden state comptroller or the state comptrollers of and M L Abrahamson state treasurer Chet Akers state au ditor was absent Also sitting in on the open hearing held at the Mitchell County Courthouse were Oscar Strauss first assistant to the state attorney general and Homer Young budget director WARMER O 3 North Iowa Clear and cool Tuesday night lows around 40 Fair and mild Wednesday highs around 70 Iowa Clear and quite cool Tues day night lows 3540 Fair and mild Wednesday highs in the 70s Further outlook Contin ued fair and mild Thursday Minnesota Variable cloudiness warmer Highs Wednesday near 70 GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum 65 i Minimum 41 At 8 am 48 Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum 64 Minimum 32 Russia touches off 16th atomic test WASHINGTON Monday fired its 16th fallout pro ducing atomic bomb in the cur rent series equalling the number detonated in its heavily radio active 1958 experiments The est over the Arctic Island of Novaya Zemlya had an explosive force equal to a million tons of TNT It exceeded by one the number of blasts in the megaton Baby due in few weeks Tony is a viscount LONDON UPI Queen Elizabeth Tuesday gave Antony ArmstrongJones commoner husbarjd of Princess Margaret the title of Viscount Linley and Earl of Snowdon The announcement by Buckingham Palace camt just a few weeks before the expected birth of the couples first child which now will be called Viscount Linley if a boy and Lady ArmstrongJones if a girl Without the title bestowed on Tony the child would have been plain mister or miss since titles are handed down through the father and not through the mother in Britain cause It was understood Snowdon was chosen by the Queen be of ArmstrongJones family association with Wales Linley is a family name on his mothers side His mother remarried after Tonys birth is the Countess of Rosse Menon to hove brain surgery NEW YORK UPI Indian UN Ambassador V K Krishna Menon will undergo brain sur gery Saturday his personal jhysician said Monday Menon 4 will be operated on by Dr eo Davidoff a prominent neu rosurgeon for removal of a small bloodclot The clot was jelieved to be the result of a all Menon had at his home in New Delhi last Aug 30 and was aggravated by another fall at his home 10 days later The ambassador has been experi encing severe headaches since ihat time TILDA HITS NAHA Okinawa Tilda roared across this island US military base Tuesday kill ing six natives and damaging range set off in 1958 prior to the houses power and telephone voluntary test suspension jlines On the inside Editorials Clear Lake News 5 Society News 89 Sports 1112 North Iowa News 13 Latest Markets 14 Mason City News 1415 Comics 16 Farm Features 17 Transit Schedule 18 SAME DATE1960422 llowa Safetj Department Black flat Mean 1raffio Oeatb In Past 24 Hours AP Photofax ONLY SURVIVOR OF Lewis 11 mont Neb A few moments after the first picture fights to keep back tears when a photo Roger dropped his face in his hands and a tremor grapher took his picture Shortly before the boy had shook him At right hes shown still later in a learned his mother stepfather sister and four half pensive mood with his grandmother Mrs Bernard brothers had been killed in a highway crash atFree Dahnens i i Defending the proposed 1962 lOtchelT County budget were lorris Hendrickson a member f the board of supervisors and oren N Brown Mitchell Coun y county attorney Abrahamson said the decision if the board of appeals on the case would be made public vithin the next week or 10 days In his appeal McKinley asked that 25000 be cut from the pro posed tax levy for the general fund from the proposed levy for the poor fund 510000 from the mental health fund levy and from the pro posed soldiers relief levy If approved this would mean the tax levy for these four funds would be reduced from now proposed by the 1962 budget to In the appeal McKinley said hat such cuts are reasonable be cause the board of supervisors has milt up balances far in excess if what are reasonably needed He pointed out for instance hat the estimated balance on land in the general fund as of Jan 1 1962 will be about This is more than half the 300 the board has said it expects o spend in 1962 The board esti mates the balance will be 23543 Similar balances are evident in all of the other three funds Mc Kinley continued In the poor fund the balance as of Jan 1 1962 was estimated at while the board has stated it ex pects to spend from the und in 1962 The boards esti mate of the balance at the begin ning of the year is 555816 We are not asking the super visors to cripple their budget McKinley stated We are sim ply asking for an honest budget We also are asking that since the money is available it be used in lieu of taxation when it can be done In reply to the appeal Brown said that it is impossible for the board of supervisors or anyone else toforesee what demands will be made on these balances on hand 18 months in advance The objectors refuse to ad are reluctant to admit that unforeseeen expenses do oc cur Brown continued These unforeseen expenses such as emergencies and salary in creases are why the board feels adequate balances must be maintained in all the funds he added It has always been the policy of this board to hold expenses at a minimum Brown said He also pointed out that balances are given as of Jan 1 while taxesare not due until March 31 This means he continued the board must operate the County on these balances for three months Brbwri also a member of the state auditors office as tellingthe board on at least three occasions not to cut the balances of these funds In hit reply to ipfMal drickson told the board that we the board of supervisors could have cut these balances but we didnt feel that wo should spend the money lessly He said the board U being   

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