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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 10, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Daily Newspaper for Hit LOBE HOME EbmoN VOL The newspaper thai mokes all North I o wans neighbors Associated Frew and United toternUoMJ Full MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY OCTOBER 10 Wl 7c a Copy TMs Paper Consists of Three SectionsSection On 1 Tennis is hot stuff at capital Golf touch are passe By KATHERINE EVANS New York Herald Tribune News Service you believe everything you read you prob ably think touch football or pos sibly golf are the only games played in Washington We hate to be the one to say it but it just isnt true You can hardly get a touch teamtogether these days Right now the hottest thing in Washington sports is tennis Its even crowding golf back to the baseline and golf was the un disputed sports champ from 1952 to 1960 At least thats what we hear from Allie Ritzenberg the ten nispro at the SheratonPark Hotel Courts He may be preju diced but hes convincing With the New Frontier group tennis is pushing golf right out of the p i c t u r e he says Theres been a great renewal of interest in tennis This is the greatest yearweve ever had The courts are packed every day and lessons are booked for nionths in advance You have a group of people here in Govern ment at all levels from the Cabinet down who dont have time to spend all day on the golf course With tennis they can knock themselves out for an hour at noon or at six in the evening get all the exercise they need and go back to the office refreshed and ready to tackle the old problems with new vigor He may be right Tennis courts all over town have been getting a workout starting with the court at the White House wherei MrsKennedy plays The White House staff is giving ten nis the biggest plug its had since Big Bill Tilden invented the overhead smash George Bundy Walt RostowDr Janet TraVell and Tish Baldridge are all ardent players Across the river in McLean the Attorney pad General and Mrs Kennedy notj Trimmed back the plum only have their own court they THUNDER STORMS North Showers and local ly heavy thunderstorms Tues day night ending Wednesday afternoon L o w s Tuesday night 6065 Locally cooler Wednesday highs 6572 Iowa Showers and locally heavy thunderstorms Tuesday night probably ending west Wednes day forenoon and east Wed nesday afternoon Cooler Tues day night lows 6065 Highs Wednesday in the 60s Further outlook Partly cloudy and mild Thursday Minnesota Cloudy showers Highs Wednesday in 50s GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum 66 Minimum 50 At 8 59 Precipitation Trace Sunrise Sunset Wholl win Its man versus a squirrel TAMPA Fla hap pens when a determined man tangles with a determined squirrel Why the nuttiest things you ever heard Cling Peterson has a pecan tree in his backyard and a fe male squirrel has picked it out as her personal super market I got a couple handsful of nuts off the tree so far this year says Peterson but this squirrels cleared a couple of pounds already Im willing to share the nuts with her Im willing to split on a 5050 basis but she wants to takeall ttie pecans To thwjrt the determined squirrel Pe terson Put a metal mesh wire bar rier on the pecan trees trunk Cut down an orange tree she using for a launching use it Tennis enthusiasts include Un der Secretary of the Navy Paul Fay Don Wilson the Deputy Director of USIA Gen Max well Taylor and David Hackett Executive Director of the Presi dents Committee on Juvenile Delinquency and one of the best players in town Mrs Robert McNamara wife of the Secre tary of Defense is another ten nis aficionado Some legislators vote for ten nis Congress adjourned just two tree she moved to after he cut the orange tree Fitted an old wash tub around the pecan trees trunk Wired up the branches so the squirrel cant leap up to them from the ground I aint going to say I got her licked yet he says Shell think about something new But for the moment I got her checked SOREHEAD Outlook on jobs rosier Record high last month WASHINGTON AP Employ ment of wage and salary workers in the United States reached 53 900000 in September the highest figure for any month the Labor Department said Tuesday Total employment which in cludes the selfemployed and oth ers however dropped 15 million from August to about 67 million The Labor Department jaid the drop was due mainly to the return to school of young workers who left summer jobs Unemployment dropped 450000 to 41 million but the Labor De partment said the decline wa mostly seasonal Secretary of Labor Arthur J Goldberg said the total of em ployed was about 200000 above the previous record set in Sep tember I960 and 26 million above the level in February when econ omists say the recession hit bottom Seymour Wolfbein Labor De partment manpower expert said the employment figure for Sep tember would have been higher except for the strikes in General Motors auto plants last week Discounting the affect of Hur ricane Carla and the Jewish re ligious holidays which also took place during the week surveyed Goldberg said the factory work week seasonally ad justed was up a full hour since February and the weekly earnings of factory workers were up almost dur ing the period Wolfbein said that primarily due to the auto strike weather factors and the religious holidays there was a dip in the average work week in manufacturing in dustries from 401 hours in Au gust to 396 hoursihSeptember The unemployment rate has held fairly steady for the past 10 months hovering at or slightly below 7 per cent of the labor force During September Wolfbeir said there was a marked de crease in longterm unemploy ment The number of workers without jobs for 15 weeks or more dropped from 1194000 in Augusi to 1067000 in September and those unemployed for 27 weeks or more declined from 1917000 to 1405000 weeks ago so Washington tennis been offered the honorary presi courts provided what little Baldheaded Societies the mer holiday pastime there was president of the French Brother for lots of congressmen includhood of Bald told a national con ing Sen Javits of New York Rep Reuss of Wisconsin Sen Clark of Pennsylvania his fa ther is in the Tennis Hall of Fame and Sen Claiborne Pell whose family has quite a col lection of racquet trophies And now along comes the Washington Tennis Patrons Foundation w i t h t he neatest wrinkle in moneyraising bene fits weve heard of in a long time a mixeddoubles tournaj ment to be played at private courts in and around Washing ton The proceeds will finance free tennis lessons at Washing tons public schools and parks Starting Saturday 50 Wash ington married or oth will step out on a court to do battle for S40 a team Theyre promised a good lunch courtesy of the court owners cocktails the following Sunday right after the finals which will be played at the British Em just departed pro prietor Sir Harold Caccia regu larly went from diplomatic hud dles to tennis volleys Stewart Alsop Mrs Eugene Meyer the Peter Bclins and William Fitzgerald all of whom own courts smack in town have lent them for the tournament So have Newton Steers in Poto mac John Bross in McLean and a dozen or so others Marion and Whizzer White the assistant attorney general Sec retary ot the Army Elvis Stahr Under Secretary of Commerce Edward Gudeman Tish Bald ridge and Carolin Killifer her father William J Clothier is also in the Tennis Hall of Fame have sigried up to play if Van Allen receives rocket society award NEW YORK UPI Dr James Van Allen credited with the discovery of two highen ergy radiation belts around the ORLEANS France ffl Soearth Tuesday received the viet Premier Khrushchev haslfirst annual American Rocket Society Research award for con tributions to basic research The award carrying a hon orarium was given for Van Al lens early application of rock etry to cosmic ray research and for his discovery of the radiation belts that bear his name Van Allen is head of the department of physics and as tronomy at the State University of Iowa MONTYS BACK LONDON Field Marshal Viscount Montgomery returned by plane Tuesday from a visit to Red China Monday Khrushchev SAME Iowa Falls man youth drown BRAINERD Minn M Bodies of three drowning vic tims one an lowan were re covered in Island Lake north of Brainerd Tuesday and search continued for another victim also an lowan Recovered from Island Lake were the bodies of Chester Rush 43 of Pine River Minn his son Marvin 17 and Rob ert John Brass 17 of Iowa Falls Iowa Still sought was tht body of Lawrence Campbell 47 Iowa Falls fourth member of the party The bodies were found not far from shore in 20 feet of water after an Island Lake resident had spotted a subjlowa Falls merged boat Residents of the area described the boat as one that had been condemned as unsafe Officers said none of the vic tims wore life jackets A car registered in the name of Mrs Rush was found parked on the shore of the lake But officers said Mrs Rush was in Minneapolis visiting relatives Campbell and Robert Brass who arc related had left Iowa Falls about a week ago to visit Chester Rush and his son Marvin Campbell lives in Iowa Falls He has a wife Florence but no children Robert is the son of John Brass living just east of FALLOUT Norman Erbe left gives his stamp approval to a 60acre limestone quarry cavern near Douds as a possible fallout shelter for state government He called the caves potential enormous but stated Photofax if utilized would mean considerable ex pense for lighting ventilation and flood control With him on an inspection tour are L B Liddy secretary of agricul ture and Jack Musgrove state curator AFLCIO rejects bid Hoffa spurned NEW YORK AFL CIO Executive Council Tuesday voted 25 to 2 against permitting the International Brotherhood ol Teamsters to rejoin the merged N ews in a utshell PKOM OtK WIKE SERVICES Killer hunted UNION VILLE Mo About 40 residents of the Mendota area are liv ing in a state of siege af ter the slaying of their community grocer Carl Jones 50 Officers are searching for a 24year old former mental pa tient Donald Smith who reportedly had made threats against several persons including Jones Ford pact near DETROIT The end appeared in sight to a weekold strike by 120 000 Ford Motor Co work ers United Auto Workers president Walter P Reu ther set a target date of Thursday for wrapping up a national contract Optimistic note LONDON Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko said there is a possibility of a peaceful Berlin settlement Short ly afterward he met with British Prime Minister Macmillan for an ex change of views Navy to rescue TOKYO US Navy helicopters sped ahead of the fleet to rescue 74 sea men most of them Americans from f r eight e r s driven aground by typhoon winds Blast kills 4 BRIDGEPORT III The Mayor of Bridgeport and three other men were killed when gas vapor above a leaking oil pipe line exploded labor movement as long as it has its present leadership AFLCIO President George Meany said the position taken by the Executive Council was in line with the organizations constitu tional provisos against member ships by groups under corrupt domination There is every indication that the Teamsters union is more than ever now under the influence of criminal and corrupt ele ments said Meany James R Hoffa heads the Teamsters Union He has been the target of frequent attacks in re cent years both from members of Congress and others including Srompanaros son gets cash from Lana LOS ANGELES m Actress Lana Turner must pay to the 13yearold son of Johnny Stompanato who was slain in rier house Superior Court ap proved the settlement Monday Stompanato was stabbed to death in Miss Turners Beverly Hills home April 4 1958 by her daughter Cheryl Crane now 17 A coroners jury termed it justi fiable homicide after the girl said Stompanato had threatened her mother Kennedy administration officials The Teamsters Union was ous ed from the AFLCIO four year ago Meany said nothing had hap pened since then to indicate had been cleansed of corrupt in fluences Then he added his opin ion that it was now more tha ever under influence of crimina and corrupt elements Meany was asked under wha conditions the Teamsters coul be readmitted The AFLCK head said they would be ac cepted once it was made full clear that they conformed wit the ethical standards set forth in the international unions con stitution Meany was asked if Hoffa per sonally could come back in as president of the Teamsters if he emulates Saul of Tarsus and goes out in the wil derness for a year to repent he said Meany said that Hoffa was unfit by our ethics to head a trade union The council Meany said will take up later this week various proposals to fight Hoffas union establishment of a rival organization within the AFLCIO and Meanys own pro posal that the international union grant federal charters to localsseceding from Hoffa Chiang decides not to veto Mongolia TAIPEI Chinese officials have told for eign diplomats that their coun try will not veto the applica tion of Communist Outer Mon golia for United Nations membership The Nationalists still oppose the admission of the Soviet backed Asian state but have decided after much pressure and persuasion that a veto could cost the Nationalists their own UN seat sources said The Outer Mongolia applica tion is linked to that of the African nation of Mauritania A Nationalist veto of Outer Mongolia would cause a Soviet veto of Mauritania The result could be African resentment against China and the conse quent support of the 12nation Brazzaville group of African nations for Communist China In the United Nations Western circles welcomed the reported Nationalist decision They were confident the action would prevent Commuhiist China from gaining admittance to the United Nations for at least another year It was presumed in the United Nations that Chiang KaiSheks government would abstainfrom voting on Outer Mongolias application With the added African support this action would give the West western quarters were cer tain they would have enough votesto barCommunist China this year Syria given recognition WASHINGTON UP The United States Tuesday recognized the new state of Syria The State Department in announcing this said that the government of Premier Mahmoun al Kuzbari was informed today about theUS diplomatic move The US consulate general in Damascus will be raised to the status of an embassy Prior to the appointment of an am assador Ridgway B the present consul general will n I I C Reds m US balking at court order act as charge daffaires The State Department nouncement said The United States govern ment having taken note of the declaration of the government of the Syrian Arab Republic that it intends to respect and observe its international obligations has today extended recognition to that government The government of the Syri an Arab Republic has been ap praised of the desire of the US governmentto traise ther status of an embassy the American consulate general in Damascus and to appoint Mr Ridgway B Knight charge daffaires U S officials made it clear early this month that the United States would recognize Syria as soon as some of the more im portant Arab countries recog nize the new regime Berserk laborer slays foremen at steel plant GARY Ind work man ran amuck in a steel mill Tuesday when he was suspend ed for talking back to his within 30 days then said Ken He killed four foremen andjneciy the Communist party must register and file with the Justice WASHINGTON CAP Atty Gen Robert F Mondays Supreme Court action says the Communist party must now register as an arm of the So viet Union musfc members and finances Theparty said it would refuse Kennedy based his comment on the courts refusal to reconsider its decision upholding provisions of the 19SO Subversive Activities Control Act The action said Kennedy means that the Communist par ty USA has exhausted its last legal recourse after years of con testing the order of the Subversive Activities Control Board requiring the party to register as a Commu nistaction organization Kennedy noted that the court will formally issue its mandate in a few days and that the board or der will become final 10 days lat wounded three others in a fren zied foray through the plant Department the names and ad A guard shot and killed gun1 dresses of the partys officers and waving Arbie P Davis 29 asjmembers during the past year It he tried to break for freedom niiist also give an accounting of through the main gate of US Steel Companys giant Gary sheet and tin mill It looks like youre going to get a new boss Davis boasted to fellow workers as he dashed through the noisy mill Ive just shot five men Police Capt George Demit roulas said Davis a Negro who had worked at the mill for six years apparently was prepared for the shooting outburst when he went to work and showed up at a hearing its finances and a list of printing presses owned or controlled by the party or its members On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 1011 North Iowa News 12 Comics15 Clear Lake News Mason City News 2021 Latest Markets 21 Transit Schedule 22 BALL TEAM GETS nine sons of Mr and Mrs Peter Cournoyer Miami Fla gather around the new arrival in their household of boys a sister Janet Marie fiorn last Thursday AP Photofu The boys are 1 to r Patrick 1 Peter 10 Philip 9 Bruce and Donald 7yearold twins Danny 6 Steph en 5 Howie 4 and Tommy 3 I   

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