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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 25, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspapci for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 102 The newspaper AuocliUd PTCM toA United Preu latcnutloni Fuu LCIM Wlrej HOME EDITION th a t makes all North lowans MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JULY 25 W2 neighbors UOc ft Paper ConsUU Four SectionsSection MS New underworld deali A motion of no confidence Pressure is on Macmillan By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGaiette Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTON The govern ment of Prime Minister Harold Macmillan has a majority of more than 100 seats in the House of Commons and party dis cipline in Great Britain is the stern rule rather than the excep tion Macmillians Tories are under no obligation to call a general election until the autumn of 1964 So the latest Labor move calling for a nation of no confidence must be viewed as essentially pro forma even if embarrassing to the man whose public nickname has suddenly switched from Mac wonder to Mac the Knife Macmillans present lack of popularity stems of course from his mass overhauling of the cabi net Macmillan has been called undoubtedly the cleverest poli tician to have emerged at West minster in a of 4century or cabinet1 revisions his answer to the increasing dis affection for the Tories the British public has registered in the past dozen parliamentary byelections Hugh Gaitskell the Labor party leader and five of his key as sociates on July 17 put down a motion of no confidence and de manded a general election The motion read This house declares that Her Majestys Government no longer enjoys the confidence of the country and accordingly calls upon the Prime Minister to advise Her Majesty to dissolve Parliament so that a general elec tion can be held This Is the most extreme ver sion of a no confidence motion that is possible in British politics It calls for early debate But in the present circumstance the storm is mostly thunder For al the real darkness of Macmillans outlook he stillhas the votes As a matter of fact the Labor motion is serving to reunite the badly split Conservative parlia mentary delegation This was as sured on July 19 when Selwyn Lloyd exChancellor of the Ex chequer the chief among the pilots Macmillan has dropped told a meeting in his Cheshire constituency that he would sup port the government and would never play any part which wi weaken our party Votes of no confidence for the most part are more tactical than strategic and more harrassing than destructive The weapon L small compensation to the op position for the power given to parliamentary governments to dis solve the lawmaking body and hold general elections at will In France the system is rigged even more in favor of the govern ment than in Great Britain A mo tion of censure in the National Assembly on July 17 won only 206 votes 35 short of the 241 ma jority required to defeat the gov ernment Only the deputies sup porting the motion cast votes The silence of the rest is interpreted as acquiescence in the govern ments policy Under the constitution of the Fifth Republic Do Gaulle as President has the final authority in any event to dismiss a parlia ment which adopts a motion of censure And he can chose the suc cessor to the premier who has been censured The parliamentary system and our own are almost exactly un like in one regard The Congress has no power to overthrow the government by censure Further although the recent legislative defeats of the Kennedy adminis tration might be viewed as in effect votes of no confidence the President himself remains quite popular Macmillans popu larity on the olher hand is per haps at an alllime low ng by Hoffa Wrong Address Dept Lawn on missing fist CHICAGO UPI Butcher Georgt Smith cuts meat all day and now and then comes home to cut his fawn Tuesday he was relieved of the second task His lawn had vanished Smith looked again and blinked It had been there when he left for work in the morning Neighbors said a man and two boys age 5 and 10 hopped out of a red truck with name F Sawyer and proceeded to dig up the lawn They loaded the grass onto the truck smoothed the dirt and drove off Detective Joseph Kolosowski entered the case Nearby he found the only clue he needed Another yard freshly stripped of grass The owner told Kolosowski he had hired a man named Fred Sawyer to remove his grass because he wanted to put down new sod Kolosowski found Sawyer and solved the mystery It was all a mistake Sawyer cried I went to the wrong address After I dug up the lawn I realired it but it was too late So J went next door and dug up the lawn I was hired to dig up Sawyer promised to return Smiths lawn SHES A MAILMAN Know any mailmen who make their rounds in eyecatching red shorts Well heres yearold Beth Staley who is handling a rural route out of Altoona Kan Shes substitut ing for her dad George Staley Broad study of smoking air pollution WASHINGTON for a broad scientific study of the im pact of smoking and air pollution on health were announced Wednes day by Surgeon General Luther L Terry of the Public Health Serv ice A conference of representatives of several federal agencies medi cal groups and the tobacco indus try decided Tuesday a 12member committee of scientists named to conduct the study The study is expected to start in midSeptember The first phase limited to defining the na ture and magnitude of the health hazard will take about six months How to proceed with the second of rec ommendations for be decided when the first phase is completed Terry said the study will be concerned not only with tobacco but all other factors which may be involved including automobile exhaust and air pollution Participating in the agreement to conduct the study were repre sentatives of these groups Amer ican Cancer Society American College of Chest Surgeons Amer ican Heart Association American Medical Association the Tobacco Institute Inc Food and Drug Ad ministration National Tuberculd iis Association Federal Trade Commission and the Office of Sci ence and Technology of the Office of the President Charge is brought by probers Ties with Collaro cited WASHINGTON Sen ate investigations subcommittee accused James K Hoffa Team sters Union president of corrupt and continuing ties with New York mobster Antonio Tony Ducks Corallo The stinging report to the Sen ate today pictured Hoffa as a la bor leader who doesnt care whether Teamsters aides rob and cheat the union or indulge in pay off deals Chairman John L McClellan DArk told the Senate he had held up filing the report for more than half a year lest the publicity interfere with a trial of Corallo Corallo was convicted in June with former New York Supreme Court Justice J Vincent Keough and Elliott Kahaner former US attorney in Brooklyn on charges of conspiring to fix a federal court criminal case The subcommittees unanimous findings rejected Hoffas sworn denialthat he had sent this word to Corallo the alleged real power York Teamsters Local News in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Wines nomination OKd dent Kn Senate Presi dent Kennedys nomination of Donald A Wine to be U S attorney for the Southern District of Iowa Proved J3 isnt unlucky that 13 isnt an unlucky number At acy sort of ceremony in the senate conference room the fust U S astronaut to orbit the earth was presented yith a gold wristwatch whose numerals are all the figure 13 This was a tribute to his having flown his m the 13th space capsule launched by this f rire in maternity ward K Babies and expectant mothers were removed from Brooklyns St Marys Hospital when a halfhour threealarm fire swept the fifth floor maternity ward Fire cials said no one was injured in the blaze and all pa tients were removed Ben Bellas power growing Dissident Deputy Premier Ahmed Ben Bella was reported moving toward the of power m Algiers following the capitulation of Pre mier Ben Youssef Ben Kheddas moderate regime to Ben Bellas armybacked leftist faction Iowa Demos want JFK DES Iowa Democrats want President Kennedy to campaign here for the partys 1962 can didates State Chairman Lex Hawkins says a direct request will be sent to Kennedy soon in New 239 I dont care if you want you want to steal you want to rob go ahead Dont get caught Dont get caught New York City police telephone wiretappers had recorded the message as allegedly passed along to Corallo by Bernard Stein an other New York Hoffa aide who had just conferred in Washington with Hoffa This subcommittee the report to the Senate said by force of the overwhelming evidence must conclude that Hoffa in callous dis regard of the welfare of the Teamsters membership in fact does not care whether officials of Local 239 or for that matter offi cials of any other segment of the Teamsters Union are robbing stealing dealing under the table or indulging in any other improper or criminal activities In 40 printed pages the subcom mittee spelled out findings based on hearings it conducted in Janu ary 1961 on Hoffa Corallo and other Teamsters figures It charged that the 1961 hearings showed Corallo after ostensibly resigning as vice president and boss of Local 239 ran it from be hind the scenes through dummy officials who did no work and who turned over to Corallo their pay checks totaling a year The subcommittee said Hoffa was well aware of this and called its evidence indisputable Its probe the subcommittee said thwarted a scheme between Hoffa and Corallo to restore to the presidency of Local 239 the con victed extortionist and bribetaker Samuel Goldstein The subcommittee accused Hof fa of having fought efforts by now disbanded federal court Board of Monitors to houseclean his union It listed case after case to support allegations that Hoffa made no effort to clean the union WITH A NIPNIP HERE AND A NIPNIP THERE HERE A NIP THERE A NIP Shes a duck sitter When Ann Schroeder 14 daughter of the George Schroeders 830 11th NE went on vacation her pet duck Fanny Belle missed her tremendously She began to quack and quack and driv ing Mrs Schroeder to distraction But parental knowhow solved the problem Mrs Schroeder placed one of Anns dolls beside the duck pen and the infernal daylong quacking immediately ceased Fanny Belle has found a new evidenced by the photos taken by Jo Moore jn which shes givina the doll a few loving nips Fanny Belle is M tame duck and Has bread and milk in the house every morning Shes just one of a number of pets of the Schroeders They also have two Pekinese dogs a Siamese cat a parrot and a dove FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES GENEVA Secretary of State Dean Rusk glumfaced flew back to Washington after five days of EastWest meetings which failed to resolve the Berlin deadlock Rusk made no statement at the airport where he was seen off by Soviet Deputy Foreign Minis ter Georgi Pushkin and Britains Malcolm MacDonald cochairmen of the 14nation Laos conference Technically Rusk came here for the formal signing of the agree Rusk glum as Berlin impasse is undented the deadlocked 17nation disarma ment conference The American spokesman said failed to ment guaranteeing Laotian neujLaos conference and to address trality but he also used the visit to discuss EastWest affairs with Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko His departure came amid evi dence that he and Gromyko had made no progress in breaking the deadlock over Berlin Rusk and Gromyko held to their usual positions Tuesday in a 3Vz hour meeting their third since they arrived here last weekend for the windup of the 14nation JIMMY HOFFA They want their rights Sitters in revolt ROSELLE NJ here have issued a declaration of rights The girls revolted against customers who expect them to mind the baby and do housework too Their fivepoint declaration 1 Sitters must be paid the amount promised The girls charge SO cents an hour from 6 pm until midnight and 75 cents during the afternoon or after midnight 2 Sitters must receive a minimum of one days notice to appear for work except when its an emergency 3 Parents should not throw in neighbors children to be watched at the same time as their youngsters 4 Sitters should be told when the television set is not work ing If it isnt then we can bring a book 5 Sitters should not be treated as servants and be ex pected to do housework Adeie Macy 16 one of the sitters summed up the declara tion We arent a union or even a club We just want to get things straightened out with the 308 families in an apart ment area where he girls do most of their sitting The Soviet threatened to peace treaty German peace treaty This meant the US spokesman said that hold durables were a bit lower Mr Gromyko discussed a peace Union sign with has The Weather North Iowa Fair and cooler Wednesday night Thursday fair and continued cool Highs Thursday in the mid 70s Lows Wednesday night in the low 50s Iowa Fair through Thursday Cooler Lows Wednesday night near 50 north to 5560 south Highs Thursday 7580 Outlook for Friday Fair and slightly warmer Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average 4 to 6 degrees be low normal Thursday through next Monday Normal highs are from 85 to 92 and normal lows from 60 to 70 degrees It will be cooler at the beginning of the period followed by a warming trend about Sunday and Mon day Rainfall will average 40 to 60 of an inch in occasional showers or thunderstorms mostly over the weekend Minnesota Fair and continued cool High Thursday in 70s GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8am Maximum 84 Minimum 545 At 8 am fi2 Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum 85 Minimum 53 West Berlins supply lifelines over to the East Germans There have been reports that the Rus sians intend to sign such a treaty later this year unless the West agrees to Soviet proposals to make West Berlin a socalled free and withdraw the US Bri tish and French garrisons Rusk once again repeated the Western position that a Soviet East German peace treaty would not wipe away Western rights in Berlin gained through the Allies conquest of Nazi Germany Rusk said these rights were neither granted by the Russians nor could they be abrogated by them Rusk and Gromyko also took up disarmament problems Here again there apparently was no progress toward breaking the stalemate on either general dis armament or a nuclear test ban treaty On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 567 Clear Lake News 1607 Sports 1920 Comics 22 North Iowa News 24 Latest Markets 30 Mason City News 3031 FLU SHOTS URGED WASHINGTON WThe Public Health Service is urging persons 45 and older to get flu shots before next winter when wide spread Asian flu is anticipated Surgeon General Luther L Ter ry recommends the flu shot se ries be started as soon as pos sible after Sept 1 and completed by midDecember Cost of foods climbs Price index up again WASHINGTON W Living osts edged up in June to another lew record largely because o ligher food prices especially cost of restaurant meals The Labor Department an nounced Wednesday its consumer per cent to 1053 per cent of the 195759 base period This means hat the value of the dollar in re ail markets is about 5 cents less han in the comparative period The June living cost rise was argely attributed to a 9 per cent ncrease in prices of fresh fruits but this was largely seasonal Restaurant meals onehalf of one per cent in the month The overall food index is now at a record high with grocery store trices up by one per cent from ast year and restaurant meals 28 per cent above a year ago The overall living cost index has increased eighttenths of one per cent since the start of this year and has set new records in four of the six months Compared with a year ago living costs are 12 per cent higher Robert J Myers the Labor De partment price expert said July price trends are cloudy but that he thought a further small living cost increase was likely Commenting on the continuing rise in prices of restaurant meals Myers said labor costs of restau rant operators undoubtedly have been going up somewhat but that the Labor Department had noticed that the largest awayfromhome meal increases have been in cities that cater to the tourist trade In that connection Myers said restaurant meals went up 17 per cent in New York City in June and 12 per cent in Washington He said the demand factor apparently had something to do withhigher restaurant meal costs The Labor Department also an nounced that average earnings of Factory workers rose to a new high in June The aftertax earn ings of the worker heading a fam ily of four averaged weekly up from in May Myers said the earnings rise was one of the smallest MayJune increases in many years and was largely due to somewhat longer working hours Cost of services continued their the meeting failed to produce gradual rise in June Price in any significant change on the creases also were reported for used cars womens and Berlin o Gromyko told newsmen the clothes and household wiicj talks included the subject of a Prices of gasoline coal and petro girls textiles ieum fuels cosmetics and house Medical care costs rose three f w i UJC LLli tJC treaty and Mr Rusk discussed tenths of one per cent in June what Mr Gromyko said Myers reported that the last year hospital room rates have in creased 6 Per cent hospital insur 32 per cent cent Costs of prescriptions and drugs however have declined 13 per cent in the past year per cent in the last year 3000 storm damage claims DUBUQUE L5VA survey tak en as a result of the violent storm which hit Dubuque Sunday showed Wednesday that more than 3000 insurance claims have been filed And the claims still were coming in The survey indicated that the claims total at least and may be much more than that One estimate was that the total dam age will be between and million in Dubuque and the sur rounding area One insurance firm said it had called in adjusters from as far away as Ohio to help handle the volume of claims A GIRL FOR ROBERTA LOS ANGELES Singer Roberta Linn has given birth to her first child a 4pound12 ounce boy The child six weeks premature was born Tuesday SAME   

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