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   Carroll Daily Times Herald (Newspaper) - October 31, 1959, Carroll, Iowa                                Carroll Daily Times Herald VoL 257 October Pages Delivered yy Carrier Boy Kaoh Evening for 35 Cents Per Week Copy 1960 Issues Are Shaping Up Rapidly Lines of Battle In dicated by Like ly Candidates By WILLIAM EBERLINE DES MOINES for the 1960 political campaigns are shaping up rapidly this Not many of the expected can didates for top state posts have yet entered the But their recent state ments and actions indicate some of the lines on which the election battles probably will be fought Here are some of them The proposed state convention to rewrite or amend Iowas cen turyold and a relat ed subject legislative reappor industrial develop ment and highway listed by State Jack Schroeder of an announced candi date for the Republican nomina tion for as the top is sues of the Nontian Erbes cam paign against filth and smut on the newsstands and his drive to license nursing The audit of the motor vehicle fuel tax division of State Treasur er Abrahamsons The farm program proposed by Herschel calling for direct production payments to farmers and an end to govern ment efforts to support prices of agricultural Wait on Loveless No Democrat has yet come out for either the Senate or gov They are waiting for Love less to announce his Loveless is expected to run for the Senate and Edward McManus for Mc Manus may have opposition in the primary next spring from Harold Hughes of chairman of the Iowa Commerce Cornmis The Republican primary slate is shaping up a little faster for these two Already announced for the senatorial nomination are State Jack Miller of Sioux City and Kenneth Stringer of Schroeder and John Albion say theyll try to win nomination for Erbe also is expected to come out for prob ably about the first of the A look at what the prospective candidates are saying about the issues at present gives a clue to the shape of the debating to Take legislative reapportion for thorny prob lem the 1959 Legislature couldnt McManus says that in his opin ion this is the most important is sue facing the state again next Not An Issue says it Isnt an issue as such because everybody is for He says the difficulty is in finding a plan satisfactory to and you cant very well discuss all the various Page 7 HURT IN CORNPICKER Donald Masching of is a patient at Anthony Hospital following a corn picker accident Friday afternoon at the family farm south of Carroll in the Swan Lake son of and Clarence Mas was operating the corn pick er when his coveralls caught in the bruising his left He cut himself loose with a pocket avoiding more serious in The accident occurred about No Trace of Missing Plane 27 Aboard Hes Just Glued Maybe Robert Petersons Man has more aesthetic appeal when viewed in this Artist Peterson of is securely hanging from his shoes which are glued to the water pipe witti an epoxy resin called The abstract which will be shown at the 41st National Metal Exposi tion in the great new developments in The for exam will stick on that pipe until Ford to Cut Work Week Output to Extend Steel DETROIT AP Ford Motor second largest of the auto industrys big will seek to stretch rapidly dwindling steel supplies into December toy cut ting back on production and sched uling short work Fords move came as General Motors faced the virtual end of all auto output next biggest of the auto has laid off of its hourly rat The Weather CARROLL FORECAST Clearing Saturday lows Partly cloudy and warmer highs IOWA FORECAST Fair mostly cloudy cooler east Saturday lows lower 30s north to lower 40s Partly cloudy warmer highs in the Further not much temperature change The Weather In Carroll TempttrnturttH Courtesy Iowa Public Service Company Yesterdays high Yesterdays low At 7 today At 10 today 40 Precipitation 24 hours prior to 7 inch Weather A Year Skies were clear a year ago to After a high reading of 68 the temperature dipped to a low of High Court Will Review Union Appeal WASHINGTON AP The Su preme Court has agreed to hear the United Steelworkers Unions appeal of a TaftHartley law in junction that would send the strik ing steelworkers back to work for 80 This means the 109dayold strike will continue at least until next when the court makes its decision on whether to let the injunction The court set Tuesday for oral The high courts action Friday was a triumph for the which is attacking the basic con stitutionality of the TaftHartley strike ending ThiL process has never had a review by the Supreme Court in Its 12 years of The government contends the strike is affecting national health and It fought the unions request for a saying the constitutional arguments are Steel See Page 7 ed workers and says thousands more will be sent home next week because of the steel Modification of schecules to extend production and employment at leastinto De cember was announced Friday by The company said employes will be put on three and four clay weeks through November Ford has hourly rated em Original plans had been for Ford to run full fiveday weeks until about the middle of November and then cease Ford makes about half of its own steel at its Rouge plant but certain kinds must be the third member of the industrys big has laid off about Chrysler shut down its Dodge truck plant Friday and had been cutting down in other Present Chrysler layoffs are spread over 10 The com canys assembly plants will run only four days next except in Los American still operating six days a expects to con tinue at top output through No StudebakerPackard says it can stretch its supplies well in to James Moores Move toJNIew Home and James Moore and son David are moving Sat urday from an apartment at 905 North West Street to the home at 927 North Crawford which they have purchased from Harold The apartment they are vacating will be occupied by and Paul Ikes Health Best Say Doctors Confirm He Has Mild Chronic Bronchitis1 Case WASHINGTON Eisenhowers doctors today con firmed he has mild chronic bron chitis but said that otherwise he continues to maintain an excel lent state of The physicians issued a medi cal bulletin shortly after Eisen hower checked out of Walter Reed Army he under went his annual physical checkup The 69yearold President told reporters in last week that he had developed chron ic bronchitis during the last three Medical Bulletin Todays medical bulletin said regarding Eisenhowers headto toe examination at Walter Reed The results of these all inclusive studies shows that the President continues to maintain an excellent state of with the exception of a persistent mild tracheobron White House Press Secretary James Hagerty told reporters in response to questions that the medical phrase could be trans lated into chronic Hagerty added that Eisenhow ers physicians had told him that whenever possible it would be helpful for him to get into wanner preferably Responding to another Hagerty said Eisenhower had no present plans to go to such a cli mate at this The President went to Palm late last month in an effort to shake a nagging cole which he had caught in early Sep His health was reportec improved after that but he still had remnants of the Last week he spent five days in in another search for but the weather was miserable during most of that Ike Enthusiastic The President was enthusiastic about the outcome of this latest physical despite the Page 7 Nurse to Start Work on 2 Virginia Welsh of Coon Rapids begins as Carroll County public health nurse with her office on the second floor of the Carroll City Miss who has spent the last two months in an orientation period with the public health nurse of Audubon is a 1956 grad uate of Anthony For three years she was the assistant in the office of Charles Fangman when he was located in Coon This summer she was on Anthonys Her hours in the office have not been since she will be concerned with the nursing ser vice over the entire She is the daughter of Dan Welsh and the late and will make her home in Coon Rapids with her She graduated from Annunciation School and Coon Rapids High School before enter ing Anthony Hospital Nursing Western Powers Shift From Bomber to Missile Defense WASHINGTON West ern powers apparently have prac tically completed a shift in Euro pean defense emphasis from bombers Two develop ments make this clear The United States has agreed to close down its four air bases and one naval base in The United States has reached When a woman politician goes around kissing shes probably carrying on a smear an agreement with Turkey to set up an intermediaterange Jupiter missile base in that stra tegically located on Russias bor The issue of the American air bases in Moroccan soil has been politically explosive since the lit tle North African kingdom gained its independence in The Moroccans have long want ed the American forces with The State Department an nounced that plans for the with drawal have been presented to the Moroccan prime Negotiations for the missile base in which will offset the loss of the Moroccan have been under way for some Formal agreement was announced The abandonment of the air bases follows a change in strategy that began in December The Allied high command at that time decided to gradually shift emphasis from now becoming obsolete in the missile to rockets capable of carry ing nuclear Two Jupiter bases are being set up in Four squadrons of the Thor missiles are be ing delivered to Great The Pentagon said Friday it was cutting down the number of Eu ropebound Thor squadrons from five to The four in Britain remained The fifth was to have gone to another coun j But France and West Germany have at having these mis sile bases established on their Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev has made pointed threats about countries that harbor Allied mis sile Greece also was ap but nothing came of At the same time the United States is steadily increasing its force of B52 intercontinental which can be based in I this Norman Gradoviile Creighton Alumni Meet Here 16 A Creighton University vice president will be featured guest at a dinner meeting of the Univer sitys alumni club in Carroll Mon This event will begin with a cocktail hour at 6 in the Car roll Country followed by a roast beef Gradoviile Toastmaster The Henry vice president in charge of Uni versity relations at will show a color slide the Creighton to highlight the Norman Grado 1954 graduate of the Creigh ton School of will be toastmaster for the Robert president of the Carroll has asked that those who plan attending the din ner make advance Greteman is a 1950 graduate of the Universitys College of Busi ness Other offl cers of the Carroll Club are James vice and Har ry Also attending the dinner from the University in Omaha will be Bernard director of alumni Alumni founded in is a coeducational university with more than students in its seven schools and colleges arts and business pharmacy and graduate The Jesuit school has 17thousand alumni lo cated in all 50 states and 33 for eign Alumni from the following areas have also been invited to attend the dinner in Carroll Wall Tem Man Grand Dow Coon Breda and Iowa Plagued By Fog By The Associated Press drizzle and fog plagued Iowa Only in the north west was the sky expected to clear during the Spencer reported a temperature of 35 degrees Saturday Other readings were mostly well up in the Cedar Rapids and Ottumwa had Saturdays Jiighs were due to be in the upper 40s and lower Des Moines and Lamoni shared the state high of 56 degrees Fri Sioux City and Spencer had highs of 49 degrees The outlook for Sunday morning was for readings from the middle 30s in the northwest to the lower 40s in the The forecast for the day calls for partly cloudy skies and a little higher temper Rainfall for ttye 24 hours ended early Saturday1 included Sioux of an inch Des Davenport and Council Dubuque and and 17 of an Weather Hampers Khrushchev Search in Virginia twin engine airliner with 27 persons aboard disappeared Friday night five min utes before it was to make a routine landing at this college town in the foothills of the Blue Ridge About 100 searchers slogged through muck and under brush during the night but by midmorning still had not found a trace of the missing Piedmont Airlines A steady j fog and mist hampered a planned air Final Word The en route from Washington to hecked in with the local airport tower at EST and received landing That was the final The airliner had fuel to last only until 11 Piedmont officials withheld the names of the 24 passengers pend ing notification of next of Crew members aboard were George the pilot Lee the first officer and George the No home addresses were available Wait for Break Charles Civil Air Patrol commander for the central Virginia said be tween 20 and 30 fixedwing air craft from as far away as Massa chusetts are waiting for a break in the weather to join the Reports of hearing a lowflying airplane trickled in from through out a fourcounty central Virginia Rausch said as soon as two reports come from the same loca tion the search would be centered A singleengine private plane with a Piedmont pilot as observer took off at flying be neath a ceiling that shrouded the tops of surrounding mountain to check out a report of an explosion about 25 miles north of To Expand Hunt At one time the search was cen tered near the hamlet of Ruck about 16 miles northeast of after several unconfirmed reports had been received of a lowflying plane and an The using special vehi cles brought in from as far away as covered an area of about 20 miles radius during the night but planned to expand the coverage area The terrain around this of the University of Vir is rolling country Many farms and estates and dense woods dot the National Post for Joe Gronstal w Joe State Superin tendent of was elected to the executive council of the Na tional Association of Superinen dents of State Banks at the As sociations recent convention held at Hollywood and Gronstal returned Friday afternoon from a threeweek trip to New Orleans and They also attended a convention of the American Bankers Association at Miami Sunday afternoon and Lrronstal will go to Des Moines for the state Police File Charges in 2 Accidents 5 Traffic charges were filed against two motorists as a result of acci dents here Friday city police reported Louis was charged with failure to yield the right of way when the car he was driving was in collision with a car driven by Dale New at the intersec tion of Sixth and Main streets about police The car driven by Akin was making a left turn north off of Sixth street and the Pinkerton car was westbound on There were no injuries but extensive damage was caused to the front ends of both was giv en a traffic ticket for failure to yield the rightofway to a pedes trian in a cross walk after the car he was driving struck Joe as she walked across the intersection ol Sixth and Adams aboul police Feld mann suffered hip and elbow bruis No injuries were recorded in two other accidents here Cars driven by Viola Carroll and by Matt Kuk were in collision about on Clark Street near Bluff The Berger car was pulling away from the curb and the Kuker car was southbound on The left front of the Berger car and the right rear of he Kuker car was po lice Cars driven by Linus and Clyde were in collision about 5 on Eighth street near Quint The Roth car was backing from the curb and the Bayliss car was westbound on Dam age to the vehicles was not ex police Second Victim of Cherokee Crash Dies CHEROKEE of near Cherokee died early Saturday of injuries received in a twocar collision northeast of here j Caves wife was killed outright i in the I Backs China On Formosa In Major Foreign Policy Address In Parliament By STANLEY JOHNSON APjNikita Khrush chev said today that President Eisenhower and British Prime Minister Macmillan agreed with iim that there should be a summit inference the sooner the bet In a major foreign policy speech Defore the rubberstamp Soviet Khrushchev made no direct reference to French Pres ident De Gaulles suggestion the conference be held off until But the Soviet leader predicted hat his forthcoming visit to France would be useful for for the Soviet Union and Tor world Wildly Cheered Wearing a gray suit with his usual Khrushchev was wildly cheered in his 1 hour 41 minute speech covering the whole international Among the major points made were Disarmament is the most im portant problem of the present day and its settlement depends wheth er there will be war or The Soviets want complete dis armament but are willing to con sider other The Soviet Union Red Chinas determination to take Formosa until the question is We regret the Incidents on the IndianChinese cially where they involved casual ties and we hope they will not be We hope the difficul ties will be solved by negotia His visit to the United States convinced him the majority of Americans do not want war and he feels they now understand bet ter the Soviet desire for He called for withdrawal of foreign troops from South Korea to speed unification of the He declared the Soviet Union desired that not even the mi nutest hotbed of war should re main in Laos and said foreign countries ought not to interfere because of possible undesirable Khrushchevs sat in he great Kremlin Hall with his eldest to hear the Premier Both wore plain black The diplomatic gallery was Mild Tone Western diplomats were im pressed by the mild tone of the speech and pointed out to news men that there were no attacks on even West a favorite whipping boy for the in his wide ranging dwelt on the easing of ten sion which he attributed largely to countries of the Communist He said there are still tensions the Middle Near Far and Europebut they were not as bad as they Wayne Farrells Moving to Ellsworth and Wayne Farrell and son Michael are moving this week end from 425 Lincoln Car to where Far rell is employed by the He has been at Ellsworth since Their son Duane will re main in Carroll svith his grandpar and Earl The Farrells have lived in Car roll at intervals since Both and Farrell have been active in the VFVY Post and Auxil iary Farrell is serving as a threeyear trustee of the Aux Farrell was employed at Ocoma Foods before going to Tractor Victim Shows Improvement Thomas who was njured 27 when he fell under a now is showing im provement although he may not re eive Hessler said Friday He is a patient at Anthony He suffered a broken nose and cheekbone and seven broken ribs in the which occurred near the Delbert Ford farm north east of Coon Rapids as the men were coming in from the Apparently Hessler lost his balance and fell under the although the tractor had been slowed down for a school He will have continued hospital ization with facial his family Charge Attorney in AcidHurling Case Open New Stretch of Highway 142 Paving AMKS AP The Iowa High way Commission announced Sat urday opening of an eightmile stretch of new paving on Iowa 142 from in Appanoose Coun to the Missouri Central Construction of In dianola had the paving Prior to completion of the pav the commission the only all paved route was over 63 and Iowa NEW YORK 32yearold attorney has been charged with hiring three Ne groes to throw lye into his former girl friends Burton who lives in suburban Scarsdale and has law offices in the was arrested He denied the Linda a has beeu sightless in one eye since last June Miss who is opened the door of her Bronx apartment and found a Ne gro man there who told her he had a present to He opened a cardboard removed a glass and hurled lye in her Besides who also is three Negroes Heard named as the actual assailant Al Smith 31 and Walter all of Manhattanwere arrested at their who wears a goatee and hornrimmed glasses was picked up as he approached his All four were charged with Bronx Daniel Sullivan said rebuffed by Miss Riss after she discovered he was told her Ill do ihe same thing to you that was done to Victor The lye attack came the day after she be came engaged to another Labor Writer Riesel was blinded by acid thrown in his face while leaving a Broadway Racketeers were The district attorney said Pu gach had got in touch with New a former client in a criminal a week before the lye at tack and said he wanted some one He agreed to pay for the and New kirk brought in Harden and Mc Sullivan He added that Paguch had met the three in Central Park the night afetr the attack and handed over the But the three called on Paguch several times since then demand ing more Sullivan He said Paguch since has handed over an additional Miss Riss has filed a million dollar negligence suit against the charging that she had asktxl for protection after the threat and before the lye attack She said police denied the Since the she has been under constant police   

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