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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 22, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for Jl ONCiTYGLOBE The newspaper that makes all North I owans HOME EDITION VOL 100 Associated Press United Press Full Wires MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 22 1961 neig h bo rs 7o a Facer Consists of Two No Plan drive to halt gambling in Iowa FROM OUR WIRE SERVICK DES MOINES A combined federal and state crackdown on gambling in Iowa was disclosed Wednesday by Alty Gen Evan Hultman who said the first target in the drive would be against punch board operations Hultman reported a rash boards has been mailed into Iowa by outofstate firms located mainly in the Chicago area and that hisoffice is aware of the illegal activity Hultman emphasized that the crackdown on the punchboards was only the first step in a general program againts Iowa He said his agents are also investigating other forms of gambling including roulette wheels slot machines pinball machines and betting on athletic events The attorney general said he is cooperating with U S Atty Gen Robert Kennedy because m 1 m hours of hyph en widening It isnt all harmonious By DICK WEST WASHINGTON Ther was a story recently to the ef feet that members of the AFL CIO are farther apart than th hyphen between them would in dicate Craft unions on the AFL side of the hyphen were reported to be feuding with industrial un ions on the CIO side just as they did before the merger of the two big labor federations There seems to be some ques tion as to whether the hyphen now is holding them together or keeping them apart Technically of course the AFLCIO is not a hyphenated organization at all When the two groups joinedforces six Phone marathon ends CHAMPAIGN III UPI Yackety yackety five full days of it all for a dime xThe University of Illinois students closed out their tele phone marathon Wednesday after 120 hours and the fellow who arranged if all said I dont think wed want to try it again What did the 60odd men residents of Hopkins House dor mitory find to say to the coeds at Flagg House What do you think of sports cars geometry the Berlin crisis Communist influence in Venezuelan universities foot ball blind dates What do you think of skiing sunsets the Twist library hours the draft blind dates What do you think of sociology swimming walks in the park the climate vaca tions blind blind dates At least 20 blind dates were made while the conversations droned on juniorJerry Goldstein 21 Cairo 111 said I made one myself Paul White Oak Lawn 111 who collaborated with Goldstein on the project agreed Its been a real boon for shy guys White and Goldstein persuaded fellow residents of their dorm to sign up for onehour tricks on the telephone They contacted the girls of Flagg House and got them to agree to spend 30 minutes each on the phone around the clock he attack must be directed at the top not the bottom He said it wouid be a waste of time and effort to try to catch the little men without simultaneous attack against the leaders of gambling rings Hultman said the federalstate cooperation on the gambling crackdown is a part of a pro gram for closer exchange of in formation between Kennedy anc attorneys general in all the states N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES years they ampersand But whether ed or the member unions have con tinued to get involved in juris dictional disputes hinging on which should do what job The resolution of these con flicts is a delicate task as can be seen in a case which recent ly came before the Presidents Missile Sites Labor Commis sion The question was whether the installation of underground cable at a missile site should be done by the International Union o Operating Engineers or by the International Brotherhood o Electrical Workers You can immediately spot th bone of contention Cable insta latioir implies electrical work but underground cable layin requires trench digging whic is in the baliwick of the eng neers In my opinion the way tha the commission handled thi case stands as a model of ba anced labor jurisprudence o to use a better known term hairsplitting Here is what the commission donning the mantle of Solomon decreed 1 Tractors used to clear the right of way and to pull digging machinery would be operated by the engineers 2 Machines used to feed the cable into the trench also would he operated by the engineers 3 But tractors used as addi tional power to pull the cable laying machinery would be op erated by the electricians 4 On the other hand the equipment used to handle the cable reels would be operated by the electricians 5 Should nonetheless the cable reels be carried by tract ors the tractors would be oper ated by the engineers 6 Otherwise should the cable reels be carried by trucks the trucks would be operated by the electricians 7 Moreover the electricians would operate the frames used to handle cable reels carried by either truck or tractor 8 Notwithstanding that the equipment used to push din back into the ditch would be operated by the engineers Now where were we FIREMEN KILLED DAYTON Ohio UPI Twc firemen were killed in a fir which destroyed a threestory annex housing the Air Force Logistics Command Headquar ters at WrightPatterson Air Force Base Wednesday Berserk farmer slain TANEYVILLE Mo A berserk farmer en raged because authorities had not provided him with electricity was found deadafter a Small army of highway patrol troopers and deputy sheriffs had poured gun fire and tear gas grenades into his bar ricaded cabin deep in the Missouri Ozarks The farmer Bill Jenkins 38 apparently had been shot and mortally wounded by officers when they laid seige to the cabin Union tactics attacked WASHINGTON The governments chief en forcer of the laws on workeremployer relations started a move to outlaw union fines for members who produce more than the union likes Work stoppage slowed MERCURY Nev A twoday work stoppage which has stalled the U S underground nuclear test ing program here lost momentum under a Kennedy administration ultimatum to return to work Hultman said the punchboards call for the recipient to get prize upon selling all the punches on the board and send ing the money into the com pany Punchboards are taein mailed to business establish ments and also indiscriminate ly to minors he said The attorney general said an indictments against allegec punchboard operators and sel ers would be based on federa charges under an amendmen to a federal law passed by con gress Sept 13 which makes the interstate transportation of punchboards illegal Hultman said he was confer ring with postal authorities here in regards to the mailing of the boards Hultman who would not re veal the names of firms under investigation for mailing punch boards into the state said he is turning over his findings to fed eral authorities The merchandise prizes of feredto punchboard salesmen constitute a double fraud Hult man said He said not only is a gambling violation involved bu that the prizes are not worth what The companies advertis talks to them to Hultman said received eight his office ha specific com plants since Sept 13 Mildness keeps snow from Iowa COME WITH ME TO THE KITCHEN HONEY Dinky Doolittle playing the role of a Pilgrim Father invites friend Tom Turkey to see the delights of the kitchen in this Thanksgiving courting scene on a Calif ornia beach Tom is a Photofax cold turkey to the proposals Dinky who works in the show at Santa Mon7 icas Pacific Ocean Park isnt too disap pointed as hes really a vegetarian with no fowl 7 PARTLY CLOUDY Tornadoes sock Texas NACOGDOCHES Tex Tornadoes struck at least five cities and towns in Texas Damage was heavy The tornadoes struck the cities of San Antonio and Kilgore and the Nacogdoches county towns of Gushing Looneyville and Trawick Lake woman crash victim Warmer weather continued in Iowa Wednesday but the mild temperatures were accompanied by overcast skies fog and drizzle However the Weather Bureau said the heavy snow predicted for parts of the state apparently wont materialize Temperatures early Wednesday ranged from 32 degrees at Spen cer to 40 degrees at Lamoni and Ottumwa not much cooler than Tuesdays highs which varied from 37degrees at Dubuque and Mason City to 44 degrees at Coun cil Bluffs Slightly warmer weather was predicted for Thanksgiving Day with clearing skies The rain which fell in most of the state Tuesday and Tuesday night amounted to 85 of an inch at Dubuque Other rainfall reports included Davenport 81 Burling ton 73 Cedar Rapids 53 Water loo 48 DCS Moines 46 Lamoni 45 Ottumwa 43 Mason City 31 Spencer 22 and Sioux City 14 North Iowa Cloudy with oc casional light rain or drizzle ending Wednesday night local ly colder lows 2432 Decreas ing cloudiness Thursday highs 3840 On the inside Fallout Feature Page 3 Editorials 4 Clear Lake News 5 Society News 67 Mason City News 89 Latest Markets 9 Sports 1112 14 North Jovva News 15 Transit Schedule 16 Iowa Safely Department Figures BUck Means Traffic Death In Past 21 Hours continue Adenauer JFK agreed WASHINGTON Kqnnedy and West German Chan ellor Konrad Adenauer completed icir policy conferences Wednes ay with a high degree of agree ment on Berlin issues which may ie negotiated with the Soviet Jnion Kennedy escorted the 85year old chancellor to a waiting limou sine outside the White House at about pm The President told reporters as walked through the White House lobby that the talks had been very good very good and hadmade a good deal of prog ress West German Defense Minister Franz Josef Strauss told newsmen the talks went better than antici pated Everything went the best way he said Full agreement on principles aims issues and ways how to go on Asked whether there was a pos sibility now of negotiations with the Soviets Strauss replied I think thats up to the fourpower decision and mainly depends on the Americans when He added that it also depends on President Charles de Gaulle of France Adenauer himself made na Advance indications of the re sults of the conference were ex iccted in a luncheon address to made by Foreign Minister Ger hard Schroeder at the National Press Club substituting for Ade nauer The chancellor cancelled the engagement because of a cold Aides called the illness slight it did not cause him to miss any of his meetings with Kennedy Thosemeetings icepf him af White House most of Tuesday and he entertained Kennedy and other US officials at a dinner at the German Embassy Prior to the dinner a joint GermanUS state ment said the talks had gone well The talks involved an exhaus tive and productive discussion of the currertt status of West Berlin and its relationship with the West ern Allies the statement said COLO A Clear Lake woman was killed and her husband critically injured Wednesday when their car went out of control and skidded sideways into the path of a semitrailer cattletruck on a foggy high way near here Two other persons were injured Edna Davis 55 Clear Lake Route 2 was thrown from the car and killed instantly when the car was knocked backward about 60 feet by the impact Her husband Miles was taken to Story County Hospital at Nevada in critical condition with chest injuries The couple wasenrpute to Grinnell to attend the funeral of Mrs Davis sister Truck driver Dale F Rieks35 Iowa Falls and relief driver Cecil Nolle also Iowa Falls were taken to the hospital for treatment of minor injuries Patrolmen said Davis car attempted to pass a car on U S 65 about 6 miles north of here When Davis saw the oncoming truck through the fog he pulled back into his lane but the car went out of control and slid sideways and collided headon with the truck they said The Davis farm is located just east of the Clear Lake city limits They have a daughter Mrs Robert j Pals and a son Donald both of Clear Lake Her par ents Mr and Mrs Martin Hunemiller live at Wav erly Wards Funeral Home Clear Lake is in charge of arrangements which are incomplete MOTTO OF MONTH LOS ANGELES UPI The Lets Have Better Mottoes As sociation in its continuing pol icy against things like hard work efficiency and fair play Wednesday announced the win ning motto for November Your ideal is good Im glad 1 thought of it Iowa Clearing west and cen tral and cloudy with occa sional rain or snow extreme east Wednesday night colde southwest and south central lows 20s northwest to 30 southeast Generally f a i Thursday colder extreim southeast warmer west am extreme north high generall near 40 Further outlook Partly cloudy Friday FiveDay Iowa Temperatures wi average near to slightly below normal Thursday through next Monday with only minor daily changes Normal highs are from the upper 30s in the north to the lower 40s in the south Nor mal lows are from the lower 20s in the north to the mid 20s in the south Precipitation will average around 50 of an inch in rain or snow over the week end Minnesota Mostly cJoudy scat tered drizzle Highs Thursday in 30s Two burned as blast fire sweep home here WWSPAPfR GlobeGazelle weather data up to 8 am Wednesday Maximum 37 Minimum 31 Precipitation 31 Sunrise Sunset Body found in building debris DAVENPORT AP The cas ualty toll resulting from the col downtown building being razed stood Wednesday at one dead Of the three other workers who were injured one was reported in criti cal condition The body of Ulcr W Pugh 33 of Rock Island 111 was found late Tuesday c once a 1 e d under the An explosion and fire at the Merle Miller home in Central Heights Tuesday evening in jured two persons and caused considerable damage to parts ol the house at 1824 Coolidge SW Madonna Miller 3 is in good condition at Mercy Hospital with first degree burns to the face and hands and first and second degree burns on the chest She s improving but will remain n the hospital for a time Her father was Burned abouf the face and hands but did nol require hospitalization Firemen were told the ex plosion and flash of fire came when Milter started to light a kitchen stove the pilot light o which had gone out some lime previously Miller evacuated the family from the home immediately firemen were called by the neighbors and Madonna was taken to the hospital ONLY THE NEWSPAPER lets you choose your own pace Scan the headlines or devour every word thats printed Thats your happy privilege with the newspaper lapse of a which was wreckage of the brick building being torn down for a parking lot GAULLE IS 71 PARIS ff President Charles de Gauile was 71 Wednesday When firemen arrived min utes later there was fire in portions of the kitchen one part of the adjoining dining room and throughout the attic of the onestory dwelling The cause of the fire was not determined However firemen said that it had the character istics of fire caused by a ga accumulation in the air The explosion itself apparently did little one windov was broken The first flash o fire with the explosion causec the injuries Because fire in the house wa fairly well contained to particu lar areas little water was need ed by the firemen Steam created by use of a small amount of water smothered the attic fire HOUSE Dean Halvorson pulls pieces from a burned wall at the Merle Miller home 1824 Coolidge SW in a search for remaining live embers   

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