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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 27, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited fer ttw The IT Y GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 100 newspaper thaf m akes a 1 1 N or ill I o wa n HOME EDITION Prew TntersaHoaal Full MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY NOVEMBER 27 Firmer hand for Rusk foil reshuffling One Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE UUS pm Sun KWLC Decorah U240I pn Sun 610 SSf 2SW ta Our relief setup needs scrutiny THE TIME COMES Tf for picking the big news stories 1961 the name burgh N Y is going to bob up Attention was focused on that community of 31000 last June when its city manager Joseph M Mitchell issued a 13 point relief code limiting the circumstances under which re lief would be granted It was described as an attempt to rule out cheaters on the citys relief rolls in the nationwide clamor that followed New burghs city manager was both praised and criticized for his As youll recall from the news stories the New York welfare board immediately declared sev eral of the Newburgh rules in violation andIstate board states right to claim some million a year in federal aid When Mitchell refused to back up on his rules the state went into court and obtained a tem porary injunction barring en forcement of 12 of the codes 13 provisions Newburgh city offi cials then filed with the court an interpretation of the code indicating an intention to soften some rules These developments in New burgh made a tremendous im pact on the country The inci dent came at a time when many persons had reached the con clusion that the nations relief prograst needed a complete overhauling In Iowa and a number of other states it developed that several counties had rules of their own not unlike those in Newburgh Others were prompted by the publicity to require work of the ablebodied on relief In other ways too there was a scrutiny and a tightening up of regula tions Newburghs city manager re ported receiving thousands of letters nearly all supporting his get tough policies National organizations representing every shade of opinion issued state ments praising or condemning his plan Sen Goldwatcr wished other cities would follow New burghs example Sen Javits dissented declaring that nation al application of the program be a grave reversal in liumane concepts of relief The controversy even figured in New Yorks recent mayoral election Three Republicans in the primary jointly pronounced that gainful work should be found for every ablebodied wel fare recipient Mayor Wagner of course held no such view as that Gov Nelson Rockefeller ap pointed a special investigating commission to make a broad study of public welfare He said H was time to obtain a fresh perspective on the entire wel fare question and that it was necessary to reassure the tax paying public that their dollars are being expended in a manner best calculated to further the social and humanitarian purpos es for which public assistance is organized The fact is that changes in the Welfare program had been un aer consideration by the Ken nedy administration ever since it took office on Jan 20 These plans were well along when the Newburgh case exploded H Turn to 1 GET NEW JOBS IN GeorgeW Ball becomes under state in series of State De partment job changes George C Mc Gheo will be Under Secretary Photofax of State for Political Affairs and W AverellHarriraan becomes As sistant Secretary of State for Far East ern Affairs Antitrust suit Ford Co WASHINGTON Justice Department filed a civil anti rust suit against Ford Motor 26 Monday over Fords move nto the spark plug and battery Business throligh acquisitions from ElectricAutqllteCo department spokesman said he suit asks the court to order ord divest itself of two manu facturing plants sales facilities andthe Autolite trade name it acquired last spring from the UectricAutolite Co of Toledo Ohio The government charged that fords acquisition could substah lally decrease competition in the spark plug business and in other automobile parts Ford purchased the Autolite racle name the companys spark lug plant at Fostoria Ohio its battery plant at Owosso Mich and most of its sales organization ast April 12 An April 4 letter to Electric stockholders the govern ment said reported the firm re ceived about million in the deal Electric Autolite had been one of the nations biggest independ ent suppliers of automobile parts Autolite the CHampion Spark Plug Co and General Motors produced more than 90 per cent oi all spark plugs turned out in this country last year the government said Besides spark plugs Electric Autolite also had produced bat teries generators electrical mo tors instruments and ignition systems SAME News in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES No deals Kekkonen HELSINKI President Urho Kekkonen says he made no secret deals with Soviet Premier Khrushchev to secure suspension of his demand for SovietFinnish defense talks Moscow had called for military consnltations to combat what the Soviets described as a rising West German military threat in the Baltic area Terry returns home MIAMI Fla Elevenyearbid Terry Jo Duper rault sole survivor of the sunken ketch Bluebelle has left the hospital and returned to her native Green Bay Wis Terry Jo was orphaned by a Nov 12 sea tragedy near the Bahamas Irish army raided government staged a series of outlawed Irish Republican S Backdown World anufxrt end Counting violence along the border with Northern Ireland Eichmann verdict set JERUSALEM Israel The reading of the 300 page verdict in the mass murder trial of Adolnh Eichmann will begin here Dec 11 The 55yearold former Nazi officer was tried on a 15count indict ment charging him with responsibility for the war time slaughter of six million Jews Broad tariff cuts Undersecretary of State Pledgedae United States Ja policy of acrosstheboard tariff cuts rather than productby product negotiating But he warned the General d Trade conference the U S faces difficulties in effecting a legislative changeover to implement the policy FAIRandWARMER North Iowa Generally fair and colder Monday night lows 15 22 Generally fair Tuesday warmer west highs in the 30s Generally fair colder east and south Monday night lows 1520 riortlieasT to the 20s southwest Generally fair Bowles to get new job WASHINGTON President Kennedys shakeup of his for eign policy team was expected to strengthen the hand of Sec retary of State Dean Rusk But the removal of Chester Bowles from the No 2 depart ment post stirred grumblings among liberal Democrats Rep Henry Reuss DWis bluntly said Kennedy made a mis take in dropping Bowles as undersecretary of state even though the President announced he had another post in mind for him Bowles is a man of imagina tion and ideas and 1 believe his counsel was needed in the State Department Reuss said He expressed publicly a view held by a number of liberal congres sional Democrats However administration offi cials said the wholesale re shuffling order by Kennedy would give Rusk a firmer grip over the department and result in better coordination of foreign policy operations They said it would give the secretary direct control over some officialswho had previous ly been able to discuss foreign policy with the President with out consulting Rusk officials said Bowles would probably be appointed to the post of roving ambassador which W A it TI warmer west and north ccn tral Tuesday highs low 30s Averill Harrimari is leaving Har to 4045 west Further riman becomes assistant secre Partly cloudy and tary of state for Far Eastern af warmer Wednesday FiveDay Iowa Temperatures during the next five days Monday through Saturday will average 2 to 4 degrees above normal Below will be at the beginning of the period with a slow rising trend until the middle of the UUVAA tiic JillUUlt UL Lllc vivo oiiu wcu oUillt period Normal highs will be surprise that the 70yearold Har in the 30s the normal lows nman would accept what was in will be near 20 degrees No lesser job Officials said precipitation of any conschc had becn working almost ex quencc is expected Minnesota Fair and a little warmer highs Tuesday in30s GlobeGafcette Weather Data up to 8 am Monday Maximum 43 Minimum 23 At 8 am 23 Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum 57 Minimum 37 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Sunday ftlaximum 51 Minimum 31 i On the inside EditorialsPage 4 News Quit5 Clear Lake News 5 Comics 7 Society News 89 Sports n12 North Iowa News 13 Latest Markets 14 Mason City News 1415 Transit Schedule 18 HEADS FOR CANADA PORT OF SPAhV Trinidad President Ar turo Frondizi took off for Cana da Monday after toplevel hem isphere policy discussions here with US Ambassador Adlai Stevenson SHOPPING fairs old job will prob dressed up with some guidance functions for t the a new high policy Diplomatic circles showed some clusively on Viet Nam the Laos and South situations recently With the Red China question be coming constantly more acute Kennedy urged him to take over the assistant secretary job George C McGhees shift from state department counselor and chairman of the Policy Planning Council to the job of undersecre tary for economic No 3 spot in the state department reflected Rusks conclusion that McGhee was a better administra tor than policy planner Rusk knew McGhee when both were assistant secretaries under Dean Acheson Hc handpicked McGhee for the counselor job in January George Balls selection to move up from undersecretary for eco nomic affairs to take over Bowies job came as no surprise The former DCS Moines man had been taking over more and more of Bowies duties recently Walt Rostow goes to State De partment and chairman of the Policy Planning Council replacing McGhee It places under Rusks control one of Kennedys idea men who sometimes was al leged to have shortcircuited the process of foreign policy for mulation Both Rostows appointment and that of While House adviser Rich ard N Goodwin to be deputy as sistant secretary of state for Latin American affairs were described as aimed at better coordination of policy planning and operation Rusk asked specifically that Frederick G Dutton Kennedys special assistant on Cabinet mat ters be made assistant secretary of state for congressional rela tions replacing Brooks Hayes Hayes goes to the White House as special assistant to the President Walter P McConaughy whose place as assistant secretary of state for Eastern Affairs goes to Harriman will be appointed am bassador to cither the Philippines or Australia the officials said neighbors r 7o CopyThls Pacer Consists Two SectionsSection V I x No 41 POLICE DOG RELAXES AT Duke a sixyearold Wilmington Del pohce dog who has a record of round ing up seven men wanted for various crimes including two burglarly sus pects hi the dark several days ago is one of the family at the home of his police patrolman owner Paul AMus pratt Here Dukerelaxes with Mus pratts daughter Donna 2 He is as gentle as a kitten at home but real tough on the job the police officerex plains Hell be retired in about a year and will go to Muspratts fathers home in Williamsport Pa Flown W Maracaibo Communists grab airliner CURACAO Netherlands An tilles UP A Venezuelan Avensa Airline with 43 per sons aboard was hijacked by five men Monday and flown here The hijacked plane had been enroute from Caracas airport to Maracatbo The foarengined transport was htjacked while on a Ven ezuelan domestic flight be tween the cities of Caracas and Maracaibo The kjdnap ers forced the crew to fty over Caracas while they dropped anti government pamphlets Venezuelan autho r i t i e s de scribed the h i j a c ke r s as Communists The plane was given quick clearance when its crew asked for permission to land here Curacao a Dutch possession has long been a favorite ref uge for Venezuelan political exiles The hijacking incident al most exactly duplicated a similar episode carried out early this month by followers of Portuguese soldieroffor tune Henrique Galvao They seized a Portuguese airliner for a leaflet raid on Lisbon and then ordered the crew to the plane to Tangiers Galvao and six of his men were subsequently given polit ical asylum in Brazil Political tension has been running high in Venezuela in recent weeks since the gov ernment severed diplomatic relations with Cuba Chicago livestock judging still dominated by lowans By CHUCK WALK GlobeGazette Farm Editor continued Io dominate the International Exposition here its Monday afternoon climax Just as they did in the junior competition Iowa animals cap lurcd the majority of honors in the open class Saturday complel uh 11 crc 3S aturday nonfr the beef judgtng moved towardlof hc six open classes judged PASSES TIME IN EXILE Albert Zulu chief awarded the Nobel Prize smells a flower t his home in Groutville South Africa Jjuthuh lives in political exile imposed by the South African government but has a passport permitting him to go to Oslo Norway in December to accept his award V Among the lowans who won open classes were two junior exhibitors One was John Cherveny Van Home who had the grand cham pion of the junior show with his 1000pound Hereford Wee Willie The other junior com petitor advancing was Bill Die terichs Rudd whoshowed his Shorthorn steer Snoopy to In running a senior catf shown by William R Dietericks 16 Rudd was among the nine finalists in runningfor the grand cham pion of the International Live Stock exposition to be named Monday afternoon the reserve championship of that breed Saturday Both won their open classes easily and moved into the final judging round Monday Two other Iowa steers also moved into the finals Both were Angus One was showed by Iowa University and the other by Rek Pollock 10 Mount Pol lock is the brother of Kay Pol lock who showed the grand champion steer atlast years International The Pollock steer Hawk eye was the champion steer at the Waterloo Meat Animal Show earlier this year While these lowans were do ing so well at the International   

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