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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 21, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             lowiV Daily Newspoper fcr th The newspaper that makes all North I o wans neighb VOL 103 Awoclated Prm and United frtst International Fuij Home Edition MAS6N CITY IOWA MONDAY OCTOBER 21 1943 eopyJTNt Paper Consist o Two On No 211 Teenagers spend billions 11irf re s LYDIA BARRETTE Miss Lydia Barrette dies at 82 Lydia Margaret Barrette 82 librarian emeritus and7 author of There Is No story of the Mason City Library died Monday morning in a son City hospital Known as one of Mason Citys Grand Old Ladies she had been city li bramrr 35 years until her re tirement in 1956 Miss Barrette was elected li brarian etneritus by the board m 1958 recognizing her con tinued service to the library and the cause of good reading as well as distinguished contribu tion to library In I960 Miss Barrette became aii honorary member of Delta Kappa Gamma international honorary society for women in education From the career Miss Barfette1 conceived ofthe library as aii educational force in the community It was her aim as librarian in Mason City to establish the public li braryyasthe cultural center of lowai f Her library wasone the fcrstm lowaito establish art and music circu late them It is the fewlibraries in thYstate toown originals in art The library building itself waj planned under her guidance She also did considerable writ ing The National Business Worn 1958 carried an article by her1 entitled Libfary Editors agtrs The fastest growing segment of the population have emerg ed since World War II as a dynamic factor in econo my first of two articles tells the she and impact of their multibilliondollar pur chasing power By JACK LEFLER AP Business News Writer NEW YORK AP Theres gold inthose blue jeans pockets Teenagers have billions of dollars to spend The market they make up is a phenomenon of modern mer chandising Merchants who were in the habit of lumping youngsters spending with that of the family are going all out to cater to their widely diversified needs and desires They realize now that the teenage market is independent and expanding rapidly It is estimated that there are 11065000 teenage girls in the United and that there will be 13116000 by 1970 They have billion a year of their own to spend There are more than nine mil lion boys 14 to 17 years teenmen the storekeepers like to call theni These youths have an esti mated billion of expendable income The rising proportion of youth ful consumers in the population stems from the postWorld War II surge in the birth rate The increase in the US pop ulation between 1960 and 1970 estimated at between 12 and 22 per cent But the number of youngsters in the freespending 15tol9yearold segment will spurt more than 40 per cent Y Until after World War II business had never shown much interest in the young woman un der fact no one did except teenage boys says Enid A Haupt editor of Seventeen mag azine a publication for girls just this short span of time teens have catapulted into the economic limelight their pockets bulging with dollars to spend their spirits filled with jeans pardner the desire for new things new experiences new loyalties They have become a sepa rate and distinct group in our the new fron tier of the the unexpected bonanza for in dustry The boys represent an even bigger market than girls as far as their own money is con cerned Thats because many pad out their allowances from the family with jobs after school and on weekends Young buyers are highly con scious of brand names promoted in advertisements marketing analysts have fonud The teenage market is wide open to the alert advertiser says Eugene Gilbert president of Eugene Gilbert Co research and survey organization Teenagers are a followthe leader group he adds They are more susceptible to adver tising than any other age group NEXT Where the money goes must b FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES ourt Monday ordered reconsid eration of thenarcotics convic ion of Vito Genovese recently named as boss of all bosses of the Cosa Nostra underworld syndicate The court voted 63 on the or der was described in re cent Senate crime hearings a kingpin of a nationwide crime syndicate known as Cosa Nos tra He is serving a 15year sentence in the Leavenworth Kan Penitentiary The case of Genovese arid nine others convicted with him Life Can Be Beautiful1 ThL the nature of a career article giving possibilities for fgrpwth in library service and listing advantages to be gainec by women entering library work In 1961 her book There Is No End the story of two wom en Miss Biarrette and the late May Hanford MacNideivand the library they built was pub lished li is ahl account of a dedicated librarian whose vi sion courage and determination brought this communitythe li brary it takes pride in A plaque hangs in the Mason City Public Library a compan ion to the one of Mrs C H MacNider The ins c r i p t i o n reads Lydia Margaret Bar relte librarian whose creative vision and untiring devotion gave to this community a li brary unique in service and beauty 19201955 Miss Barrette was bom April 24 1881 in Rock Island 111 daughter of George Meabanks and Martha Elizabeth Wells Barrette She was graduated from Cornell College Mount Vernon with a BA degree in 1905 v She took summer courses at the University of Iowa and the University of Wisconsin and was graduated from the library school of Western Reserve Uni versity in 1920 She was refer ence librarian at Davenport and childrens librarian and librar ian at Jacksonville 111 before coming to Mason City to be city librarian Miss Barrette was the first editor of The Iowa Business BARRETTE Please turn to page 2 North Iowa Weather outlook Mostly cloudy with occa sional rain through Tuesday morning Locally heavy rain likely west Monday night lows about M Highs Tuesday low er 70s Weather en Page 2 In Viet Nam 73 afe hurt SAIGON South Viet Nam UFVSouth Vietnamese and US Army officers expected trouble when they planned a weekend attack on a Communist guerrilla unit deep in the Mekong Delta Their fears were well founded South Vietnamese troops suffered their worst defeat in nine months Gov PlnmPTlf fnOTlnlf ioo ernment casualties listed at 40 wounded dead and including 80 13 American wounded The government estimated en emy casualties at 30 dead No Inside The Globe LORD HOME HAS big re pair job ahead 2 prisoners were taken Only four bodies were found AMERICAN HUSBANDS they really suck ers j Page 3 Editorials 4 North Iowa news g Society news 91011 Sports news 1314 Bowling news 15 The battle termed by U S ivisers the bloodiest nose given President Ngo Dinh Diems forces since a similar defeat Jan 2 place in a remote area of rice paddies and palm groves near Loc Ninh 140 miles southeast of Saigon A considerable distance from helicopter and out of reach of government artillery the has long been infil trated by guerrillas Entrenched in fortified posi was sent back to the US Cir others with a brieforder whicl cmt Court in New York for redirected that the judgment rnnsiriprntinn f o ii juufiiueut b v i VA n consideration in light of a Wlj woVrtc tirtuit COUTC U preme Court decision last May upholding their 27 in another case Justices Clark Harlan and White dis sented from Mondays action The Supreme Court acted in the case of Genovese and the VITO GENOVESE Find Riceville farmer i RICEVILLE Jerry Louvar 60 farmer northwest of Sara oga was killed Monday morn ng while unloading corn in a shed on his farm He was oh a hoist when the wagon Latest markets 16 Mason City news H17 Comics 18 Clear Lake news Transit timetable 19 20 Classified pages 2021 tions Viet Cong heavy machine guns cutup two waves of South Vietnamese troops carried inby US helicopters Another government battalion brought in on foot failed to dis lodge the Viet Congs well trained and wellequipped bat talion A third helicopter force was halted too By Sunday morning the Viet Cong had melted away in sam pans along the many canals in the area neath tlie bad the body after she became curious when she did not see him around the farm Dr Walker Rice ville was called The body was taken to the Chisholm Funeral Home Riceville V Surviving are his wife h is mother Josephine L o u V a r Lime Springs three daughters Mrs Kenneth Mary Stark and Mrs Dean Stark both of Riceville and Mrs Dar rel Barbara Soper Albert Lea Minn and one brother and two sisters Funeral arrangements are in complete the circuit court in NewYor should be set aside pending re consideration The May decision was in th case of Alvin R Campbell an two others who were in a bank robbery The Su preme Courts decision in th Campbell case held that an FB agent who had interviewed witness should have turned ove to the defense his notes of th interview The trial judge in the Camp bell case had refused permis sion for production ofthe notes and for production of a report on interview i fwrote twoparagraph dissent in whic Justices Harlan and Whit joined said he realized that th Supreme f Court was not decid ing Monday that the Campbe case governed the Genoves case also thjjt the Suprenib qurt was not implying how the circuit court should decide the Genovese case on reconsidera tion Clark said that he and the wo other dissenters favorec the Supreme Courts hearing argument on the Genovese case Hesaid he felt it is fu ile to send the Genovese case jack to the lower court for re consideration in the light of the Campbell case In a footnote tq his dissent Jlark said that sending the Genovese case back will mere y delay the final decision which couldbe made on Moscow files protest to NATO atom force MOSCOW AP A formal Statement carried by Tass de clared Monday steps taken to ward development of a multilat eral nuclear force in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization are in complete contradiction to the spirit of the Moscow treaty banning nuclear tests The statement by the official Soviet agency said Soviet leading circles cannot but take account of the danger ous consequences of the provi sion of nuclear weapons to the Federal West German Repub lic and take into consideration the need to insure the safety of the Soviet Union and its allies in this event The dangerous steps being undertaken by NATO cannot but have an adverse effect en the mutual understandings and trust between states The statement was promptly read over Moscow Radio indi cating the importance attached toit The conclusion of the treaty on banning nuclear weapon tests in the atmosphere in out er space and under water it said created a more favora ble atmosphere for searching for solution of other unsettled problems in the interests of re moving the threat of war and organizing businesslike friend ly cooperation between states The Soviet government is trying to promote general dis armament at the present ses sion of United Nations it add ed and has exchanged views with Britain and the United States laimed at easing interna tional tension And yet the NATO countries as reported in the press have begun a new round of talks to work out a specific military technical plan for the establish ment of a multilateral NATO nuclear force in the form of a fleet of surface vessels armed with missiles with nuclear war heads President Kennedy put forth the idea of a multinational nu clear force at a meeting with former Prime Minister Harold Macmillan of Britain in Nas sau the Bahamas in midDe cember The meeting was called to discuss US discontin uance of its Skybolt missile pro gram upon which the British had been relying for defense now b e f o r e the Supreme Court Genovese and the nine oth ers were convicted in April 1959 in federal court in New York of conspiring to violate the Nar cotic Drugs Import and Export Act The Supreme Court in May 1960 refused to review their trial and they then began proceedings for a new trial on grounds of newly discovered evidence Losing in lower fed eral courts in New York the 10 persons appealed again to the Supreme Court Joseph Valachi gangsterin former who was the star wit ness at the Senate crime hear ings called Genovese boss of bosses under the table for Cosa he was the top man in the organization Suicide victim identified as Mason Cityan GREAT FALLS Mont The body of a man identified as Mike Super 43 Mason City was found in a parked car near here Saturday Officers said he apparently took his own life Sheriffs officers said a hose extended from the exhaust into a window of the car The eYi gine was running when the automobile was found in the e Stan at tft scene of the cartain accl Satui ft i m Donald Carolus n A Mason Cily man was killed and a passenger in his car seriously injured Saturday night when their carran into a Clear Lake Junction onHighway 106 Martin Leroy Siems 27 2340 1st SWwas dead on arrival at MercyHospital A passenger Donald Qarolus30 1611 Wilson SW Avastreated at Park Hos pital following the accident the front of a Rock Islanc frieght train northbound to Manly from Des Moines abou pm The conductor of the train J A Perkins Des Moines re ported hewas 30 cars back in the train and heard car brakes icreeching Police said thejfc found 90 feet UN bid again car was 10 feet to the v Siems Elafrw and Mrs Carolus were in an other r car behind Siems and nessed the accident Mrs Siems and her two children Cindy and Gennifer were taken to the lOme OfMrs Siomc General Assembly re ected by a substantial margin Monday a new bid to seat Red 2hina in the United Nations The vote on the Albanian Jambodian proposal was 41 in Supreme Court backs Negroes Wl Su reme Court overturned Mon ay convictions of 373 Negro udents on charges of breach f the peace after a demonstra on march in Orangeburg SC The Negroes sentenced to nes or 30 days in jail each ppealed after the South Caro na Supreme Court twice af rmed their convictions Atrf HUOLdlll ing Ethiopia was absent The result last year was 42 in favor 56 against with 12 abstentions It was the 14th successive year in which the China issue had been sidetracked or in which the assembly had voted outright to keep the Peking re gime out The vote came after a week long debate which placed the spotlight on the ideological rift between the Kremlin and the Chinese Communists Siems mother in Sheffield by the Iowa highway Patrol Police said a 22 caliber rifle on the car seat entered Siems side at the time of ths impact They added that six cans of beer vere found at the scene of the collision The train crew included Rex ohnsori 1008 Harrison NW engineer Roger Rothemal wanly fireman and Larry lodges and Robert Tapscott both of Des Moines brakemen Carolus was reported in satis actory condition Sunday eve ning at Park Hospital He was reated for a concussion cuts the left eye and lower lip cuts and bruises on both arms Services for Siems will be Tuesday at t h e Wartnaby Grarup Funeral Home in Shef field A pm service in tha funeral home chapel will be fol lowed at 2 pm with a service in the Evangelical United Breth ren Church in Sheffield The Rev Ronald Dohl will officiate with burial following in Hillside Cemetery Siems was born May 3 1936 in Iowa City and moved to Shef The Soviet bloc voted solidly field a short time later He had for the seating of the Peking livcd in Mason City about six government hut Mt u tn years A government but left it to little of the Peking carry the ball As usual the United States led the fight against handing over Nationalist Chinas seat to the Communists driveway of a house under con struction south of Great Falls They said Super had regis tered at a Great Falls motel Oct 12 He was believed to have relatives in the Sand Coulee Mont area Aw N Are husbands really suckers German men think he is a sucker because of the way he handles his money Britons and French men are really baffled by the things he tolerates Hfc is the American husband the subject of much serious study sarcasm and even sympathy What is his fate Read the fourpart series beginning in the GlobeGazette on page three in this issue and find out what United Press International staffer Harry Ferguson has discovered about this strange creature years Besides his wife and children he is survived by his parents August and Ella Siems of Shef field six brothers Ben of Nashua Dale of Charles City Delbert of Storm Lake and Elmer Edward and Dick all of Sheffield and five sisters Mrs Roy Wagner of Charles City Mrs Richard Humfrie and Mrs Robert Crandall of Hamp ton and Mrs Dale Lahner and Mrs Robert Jewell of Sheffield SAME   

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