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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 20, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Idittd for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 100 The newspaper that makes all North I o wans neighbors1 Aisoclated Press United Presf International Full Leaw Wires MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY OCTOBER 20 1961 Paper Consists of Two SectionsSection No It Russ China split on Albania grows Credit to nations newsboys Training in salesmanship By SAM DAWSON NEW YORK former newspaperboys now in the Cabi net have taken a look at todays yo igest generation and done some head shaking Too much coddling of children too little par ental discipline too little urging of offspring to get gainful jobs perhaps because allowances are higher these days But a publisher who has busi ness relations with some 32000 youngsters across the land comes to the kids defense Theyre as good as ever he says at least in the smaller towns where his pub lication largely is distributed Saturday is Newspaperboy Day So a lot of famous former news boys may be looking over the shoulders of the two Cabinet members Commerce Secretary LUher H Hodges and Health Education and Welfare Secretary Abraham A Ribicoff Some in the list are former Presidents Hoover Eisenhower and Truman Chief Justice War ren Gen Gruenther Sens Spark man Mundt and Yarborough Jack Dempsey and Walt to name only a few Hodges says todays parents arent using discipline to teach children the joys and rewards of work He fears this is helping to make the nation soft Ribicoff also decries coddling and lays a lot of the blame to restrictive laws on hiring young sters But he sees a growing feel ing against teaching of selfre spect and a sense of responsibility through work The publisher who thinks neith er the boys nor the parents es pecially in the multitude Of small er cities are that bad is George R Lamade of Williamsport Pa His newspaper Grit is billed as a national publication devoting itself to smalltown America One of its early newsboys was Luther B Hodges himself Others include Happy Chandler of Ken tucky and Ford Frick present baseball commissioner House Re publican Leader Halleck Carl Sandburg and Gene Autry Many city newspaper publishers report having their troubles re cruiting youthful distributors these days But in big and small cities they are likely to agree that newsboys still can learn a lot thats useful later on They cite training in salesmanship learning to talk on their feet making contacts with various types of people getting poise and selfassurance training in the virtues of reliability and promptness j Juvenile delinquency may makej the headlines these days But La made says that in large sections of the land there are plenty of American parents who want to improve their childrens position in life by encouraging them to take the laws allow will give them the training and experience they need Give a boy something to do that will improve himself he says and you help him keep out of trouble So the secretaries and the pub lisher really get together after all And Lamade also agrees that many parents seem inclined to delegate the responsibility to cul tivate good work habits and atti tudes among youngsters to the schools and churches All three say this should pri marily be a job for parents with out downgrading the roles of the schools churches and lawmakers So if youre a newsboy today you can sec you rate high with many persons And if you belong to the big army of onetime news paper delivery boys you might pause to spare a smile for one of your successors It might even be a flrl Hoffos daughter to wed A unioncompany tie DETROIT UPI Team sters union president James R Hoffas daughter marries a company man Saturday at a lavish wedding followed by a champagne and steak breakfast and a Polishstyle dinner and polka dance for more than 1000 guests Hoffas daughter Barbara 23 will marry Robert Cran cer 24 son of a St Louis Mo steel company presi dent Lester Craneer at the Central Methodist Church here Hoffas wife is of Polish ex traction and she has person ally made arrangements for a typically gay Polish cele bration with Polish dishes to be served at the dinner an eightfoot wedding cake and music by Stan Wisniacks polka band Hoffa will give the bride his only daughter away Bar bara met Craneer only last July during the Teamsters convention in Miami Beach and three weeks later they were engaged Young Craneer manages the Dallas office of his fath ers firm and the newlyweds will live in Dallas after their honeymoon Killing frost across much of Iowa Temperatures dived into the 20s at many places over Iowa Friday morning and for many points the irst frost was a killing one Atlantic reported a low of 20 degrees Denison Spencer and Le Mars had 23s Mason City 24 La moni 27 and Des Moines 28 de grees The blanket of white was visible widely at daybreak But a cloud cover along the edge of the state kept temperatures up in that section Overnight lows there ranged up to 43 degrees at Davenport Despite the early morning lows the days afternoon temperatures were expected to be in the 50s hi the east and to the 60s in the west Thursdays highs ranged from 43 degrees at Dubuque to 54 at North Iowa Fair Friday night not so cold west but locally colder near Mississippi River with scattered frost early Sat urday lows in the 30s Mostly fair and a little warmer Sat urday highs in the upper 50s to 60s Iowa Generally fair Friday night warmer west continued cold with scattered frost east 3540 west to mid 30s Fair and warmer east partly cloudy west Saturday highs 5560 northeast to around 70 extreme southwest Further outlook Consider able cloudiness west and north much colder with chance of rain or snow Sun day lows east City The Weather Bureau said the warming trend should continue Friday night and give Saturday morning lows in the 30s in the northeast to the 40s in the south east Iowa Temperatures SAME DATE1960466 Iowa Safety Department ficurei White Flag Means No Triffio Death in Past 24 Hoars will average 8 to 12 degrees below normal through next Wednesday Nor mal highs are in the upper 50s and lower 60s Norma lows are in the 30s and low er 40s It will be colder over the weekend warming earl next week then turning Cold er by midweek Precipita tion will average 10 to 30 of an inch in occasional rain about Tuesday or Wednesday Minnesota warmer 60s Partly cloudy Highs Saturday in GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Friday Maximum 47 Minimum 24 Sunrise Sunset N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Ford in high gear threat of a new shutdown gone Ford Motor Co got into highgear production of 1962 models under a newly wrapped up threeyear contract with the United Auto Workers Union The last of 85 attheplant working agreements which supplement the UAWFord national contract was reached Thurs day night Ranger shot delayed CAPE rocketpowered bus named Ranger II ticketed for a 685000mile trip into space was grounded by guidance problems The post ponement is for at least 24 hoursand possibly longer depending upon the seriousness of the troubles 62 is critical HOT SPRINGS Va President Kennedys chief economist told industry that 1962 may bring the critical period when renewed inflation could halt the advance toward a fullemployment economy Dr Walter W Heller appealed for restraint in price and wage decisions J roubles at the shop CHICAGO Sign on the message blackboard at the Air Line Pilots Associations safety forum here Wilbur at the bicycle shop immediately Chou raps criticism by Nikita Support to Chinese MOSCOW open rif over Albania is rocking the So vietChinese boat but it has little or no chance of capsizing it That was the diplomatic assess ment here Friday after the star tling disclosure that Red Chinesi Premier Chou Enlai in a speed to the 22nd Soviet Communis party Congress Thursday had se verely criticized Premier Khrush chevs condemnation of the tinj Communist nation on the Adri atic The Albanian regime sides wit the Chinese Communists in thei contention that war is still a le gitimate weapon to spread com munism In what Western ob servers considered an impliec criticism of Peipings rulers Khrushchev in opening the partj congress Tuesday had accused Premier Enver Hoxha and othe Albanian Communist leaders o failing to support his policy o peaceful coexistence with the non Communist world and of trying to lead their country back to th era of Stalinist repression Chou did not name names bu Khrushchev was plainly his tar get when Any pub lie onesided censure of ternal party does not help unity and is not helpful to resolvin problems To lay bare a dispute betweer fraternal parties or fraterna countries openly in the face of th enemy cannot be regarded as a serious MarxistLeninist attitude We socialist countries and we Communist parties of all coun tries support and cooperate with each other in a brotherly way on the basis of independence and full equality Chou said disputes and differ ences between Communist parties or governments should be re solved patiently in the spirit oi proletarian internationalism anc on the principles of equality anc unanimity through consultation Chous defense of Albania did not extend to Yugoslavia whose tommunist leadership Khrush chev also had attacked Tuesday The Chinese Premier said the grouping of American imperialists and Yugoslav revisionists is try ng every way to drive a wedge n the cohesion of progressive orces around the world At one point in his discussion of party relations the 4500 dele gates began to applaud out of labit Khrushchev and the mem bers of the party Presidium sat with their hands folded and the audience subsided almost at once Camel driver greeted by king of US WASHINGTON smil ng camel driver from Pakistan lad his big dream come true Fri lay he saw Americas resident Kennedy I have met the man of the vorld Bashir Ahmad said as he merged from Kennedys White House office Although the meeting with the President not been arranged n advance Bashir had hoped that ic would get to see Kennedy The grinning Pakistani was tak en to the Presidents office after a lalfhour tour of the White House vith Mrs Lyndon B Johnson vife of the vice president Johnson who is in Texas invit ed the visitor to come o America n meeting the camel driver in Karachi on an Asian tour Flames engulf store GREENSBURG Pa The owner and four fe male employes were killed and an estimated 90 other persons were injured slightly when fire swept a four story womens clothing store crowded with shoppers VERY CLEVER NORFOLK Va Chesapeake Bay Bridge and Tunnel Commission Thursday concluded a sixmonth search or a name for its 175mile bay crossing The winning The Chesapeake Bay Tunnel The domestic scene THEIR MARRIAGE ON THE ROCKS Actor Jose Ferrer stares into space in Superior court in Santa Monica Calif while his estranged wife singer Rose mary Clooney does the same thing a few rows be hind him They were there to decide how much temporary alimony shed get until trial of her suit for divorce She agreed to take a month for her self and their five children ITLL NEVER WEAR OUT Her floor isbare but Melba Mitchell can always gaze up and admire her walltowall the ceiling She had al ways wanted walltowall carpeting and when she finally got some she had it put on the ceiling so it wouldnt get soiled by the children Mrs Mitchell says many Bonner Springs Kan residents refuse to believe the carpet is really up there so she invites doubters to see for themselves FURNITURE puzzled Mrs Lawrence P Narveson Minneapolis surveys her front yard filled with strange furniture including a stove and refrigerator A neighbor told her a moving van wheeled into the yard and unloaded Mrs Narveson has no idea where the furniture came from or for whom it was intended She has set Saturday as the deadline for the owner to pick up the household items or lose them Phototax GOOD WITH TOOLS Rachel Dufloth in an indus trial arts workshop at Iowa Falls displays her skill with a plane for Victoria Mutswairo a teacher from Southern Rhodesia Mrs Mutswairo is one of 16 Afri can women educators who have been visiting Iowa this week to observe educational methods ELDORA AP County Attor ney William Dunn said Friday he eels that any charge against a former employe of the Eldora State Training School for Boys should be signed by a school offi cial Ban big bomb 6 nations ask UNITED NATIONS N Y countries close to the Soviet nuclear testingarea formally called on the United Nations Friday to appeal to the Soviet Union to cancel its proposed explosion of a 50mega ton bomb The new resolution was laid before the General Assemblys main political committee by Canada Denmark Iceland Japan Norway and Sweden as that body debated steps to halt further testing of nuclear weapons It noted with deep concern Premier Khrushchevs announce ment that a 50megaton bomb would be exploded before the of the month It solemnly appealed for cancellation of the The resolution was circulated to the 101 members of the commit tee this morning Representatives of Denmark Japan and Canada were expected to press for priority action later in the day The first speaker at the morn ing session was Indian Defense es in Eldora case under study Minister V K Krishna Menon who pressed for a new voluntary moratorium on nuclear testing despite Western insistence that such a ban would be a trap unless guaranteed by a treaty and in spection machinery If such is signed Dunn said he Menon told the committee that will proceed with prosecution The former employe is John Stover from whose supervision seven boys escaped at 2 am last Oct 2 All were recaptured The boys said they were given a door key that enabled them to flee the building Benjamin Baer state penal di rector said lie detector tests giv en four of the escapees indicated the boys were telling the truth they said Stover gave them the key Stover denies he was involved in the escape The county attorney said it will be several days before he receives both the Western powers and the Russians must share respon sibility for resumption of tests Diplomats predicted overwhelm ing support for the sixnation ap peal to Khrushchev AsianAfrican nations reportedly had planned to introduce a sim ilar resolution but they apparent ly decided to leave the initiative to nations more likely to be af fected by fallout from the giant blast Several UN delegates have ex pressed the suspicion that Khrush chev had no intention of setting off the bomb despite his dramatic announcement before the Soviet official lie detector reports On the inside Communist party congress Tues day They believe the Soviet lead er knowing the alarm his an nouncement would arouse intends to let the full impact sink in Editorials Page 4 I then as a magnanimous ges Society News 67 ture say he has decided for the sake of world harmony to heed Clear Lake News 7 Mason City News89 Latest Markets 9 Sports 1112 North Iowa News 13 Cub Gazette 14 Comics 17 TV Guide Rollout Section the appeals Arms experts have pointed out that there is little military value in exploding such a superbomb They say that after test bombs reach a certain size they furnish no useful information Accidental rocket firing impossible WASHINGTON ForceSecretary Eugene Zuckert in effect has said nuts to any suggestion that a squirrel nib bling at a cable could send a Minuteman missile into the heart of Russia The opinion that a squirrel or other rodent could accidental y touch off a nuclear war was contained in a new book The Nations Safety and 4 Control recently sent to every member of Congress Zuckert spiked the idea and other suggestions that one man could fire a Matador missile or a Bomarc missile could launch Zuckert discounted the contentions in a letter to Rep Edwin P Dooley RNY who wrote secretary he was shocked when he read the squirrel illus tration He said the cables used to re lay complex coded communi cations data were buried deep into the ground and an animal gnawing at the cable would set tie off an automatic alarm which enables the shutdown of the system The book written by Arthur Hadley also was reproduced in part by a national magazine distributed by a book club and sent to university and college libraries The secretary said that Labor leader is slain in auto CHICAGO UPI A labor leader who fought a bitter bat with an accused hoodlum union boss Friday was found shot to death behind the wheel of his parked car John Kilpatrick 54 president of Local 300 of the United In dustrial Workers of America had been shot once in the head His body was huddled in the j front seat of his 1958 car on safe1 Chicagos southwest side just ty controls make it ble for one man to missiles intentionally or vcrtently The book also described an incident where two 200mile range Bomarc missiles auto matically erected themselves on launching pads and were spouting tailpipe fumes before Air Force officers rushed from a mess hall yanked wires and threw switches to prevent a fir ing Zuckert said the only case re sembling that took place about a year ago at a US base when two Bomarcs erected them selves due to a short circuit but he said there was no dan ger of an accidental launching and he denied fumes were spouting from the tailpipes HEARING SET WASHINGTON UPI The Senate Internal Security sub committee will hold hearings next Monday and Tuesday on export of strategic material to Russia and salcliite countries impossiltwo blocks from the headquar fire thejters of his union inadi ONLY THE NEWSPAPER leaves the choice to you You can start with Page One tho comics the editorial page or the classified ads Read tho paper quickly if youre in a hurry or linger over it if you arent Notional Newipapti   

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