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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 31, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10WANS NEIGHBORS VOL LXIV Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY OCTOBER 31 1957 This Paper Consists of Four Ona No If Hunt MidEast Muddle Compromise Girord Case at Climax 5Year Term Is Demanded MAEBASHI Japan M The prosecution rested its case against GI William S Girard Thursday and asked a Japanese court to sentence him to prison for five years The 22yearold Illinois soldiers lawyers will make their final plea Nov 5 A verdict is expected by Nov 20 Girard is on trial for the fatal shooting of Mrs Anaka Sakai a Japanese scavenging for scrap brass on a military firing range last Jan 30 He is charged with inflicting bodily injury resulting in death the equivalent of man slaughter The maximum penalty is 15 years Much Speculation There has been considerable speculation that presiding Judge Yuzo Kawachi if he convicted the soldier would suspend sentence and allow him to return to the United States with the Japanese j girl he married last summer Suspension of sentences of up to three years are usual in Japan for first offenders or where the prosej cution case is weak Summing up Associate Prose cutor Kakiuchi Sugimoto con ceded that Girard did not intend to kill Mrs Sakai when he fired a blank shell from his grenade launcher while guarding equip ment on the firing range But Sugimolo asserted Girard Tiad at least the intention to hit a part ofher body half for a joke and therefore he should bear the responsibility of her death No Repentence Sugimoto also claimed the GI has never repented the killing an important factor in Oriental jus tice regardless of blame The prosecutor contended Girard has not taken enough measures to console the soul of the victim or to apologize or console the family and we cannot find any evi dence of his real repentance Girard has said many times he is sorry Mrs Sakai was killed but insists it was an accident arising out of his guard duty Sugimoto reviewed testimony that Girard threw out empty shells to lure the brass HERES LOOKING AT hu GlobeGazette photo by Gibbs owned by Mr and Mrs Robert McDon mans may be wary of black ough 923 N Federal strikes up a piercing cially on heres one wide pose while crouched inside a pumpkin ap eyed feline that obviously isnt the least parently givingthe traditional ghosts and bit afraid of jack olanterns George goblins a onceover A Fresh Approach Wanted NATO Opens Maneuvers Governments Count of Flu Cases Rises to Million UNITED NATIONS NY Syrian Ambassador Farid Zein eddine said Thursday his country s ready to consider a possible compromise to end the UN over the Middle East problem He said however that he be ieved it would be hard to find a plan which would satisfy the two rival groups One is pressing foi a factfinding commission to go o the SyrianTurkish border other proposes that UN Secre ary General Dag Hammarskjol be asked to work out a solution Zeineddine talked to reporter just before going into conferenc with Sir Leslie Munro of Zealand president of the 82na tion General Assembly The As sembly is in recess until Frida to permit compromise efforts The Syrian delegate acknow edged that several delegate were trying to find a way out of the situation but he declined to spell out just what suggestions they had made First Step He said Syria still felt that the first step in ending the Syrian Turkish crisis must be an inves tigation Syria would not neces sarily insist upon a vote on its own resolution he added but his government feels could not do an adequate job Asked whether Syria would permit Hammarskjold to visit he Syrian side of the border if ihe Assembly decided to send him Zeineddine said that would be determined when and if such a decision is taken He indicated Syria would not accept a suggestion by Indian Defense Minister V K Krishna Humans May Have Hit Limit on How Long They Can LiveDoctor Says CLEVELAND WiHuman be ings have about reached the limit on how long they can expect to live This conclusion was reported Thursday by Dr Morris Rock stein associate professor of physiology at New York Uni versity to the opening session of the 10th annual meeting of the Gerontological Society Ge rontology is the scientific study of old age To back up his conclusion he cited studies of animals and mortality date which shows t h a the color of their eyes hair and beings inherit most of the con ditions which decide how long theyll live Since man has no control over these inherited condi tions he said human beings are arbitrarily limited to about t h e present length of life With a considerable number of records of 100 years or over existing for the longevity of male and female humans he said this suggests itself as being close to the potential maximum for the majority of human beings of the future One proof he said of the limit lies in the fact that de spite the advances in medicine and public health the life ex pectancy of people whove reached 65 hasnt changed much over the years Another he said is the evidence from animal experiments which shows that the life span is al most always shorter for off spring which are borne or pro duced by older parents Rockstein said however that despite the fact that human life is limited by heredity many actual living conditions affect how long a person may live And he suggested by the proper control of these con ditions more and more people could expect to reach their in herited limit These conditions he said in clude climate diet and prob ably marriage In humans it is a fairly well known statistical fact that at any age the mortality of bachelors or spinsters far ex ceeds that of their married counterparts One possible explanation of this he said may be that mar riage environment is more favorable than living alone Physics Prizes Awarded STOCKHOLM Two young Chinese born nuclear scientists working in America won the 1957 Nobel Prize Physics Thursday for removing important obstacles to the understanding of the func and the uni Br UNITED PRESS The governments count of flu cases since Asian flu struck the United States last summer climbed to more than 3500000 Thursday but there were signs that the flu death rate was de clining A United Press count showed 463 deaths blamed all or in part which the defendant said had he not done this Mrs Sakai would not have been killed Girards Japanese lawyer said the key point in his argument would be that the killing could not be called a crime because Girard was performing official guard duty no different from that of a policeman trying to catch ai burglar Flu Epidemic in Schools Here Is Levelling Off The flu epidemic in Mason Citys public schools is leveling off Lawrence H Shepoiser reported Thursday In kindergarten through sixth grade there were 1002 absences Tuesday 1000 Wednesday and on flu and its complications since Crash Injuries Are Fatal to Oscar Nyhus last summer The count Monday was 448 At the nations capital the Food and Drug Administration and the Federal Trade Commission said they will act against any drug manufacturer making false and misleading claims that their products can prevent or cure Asian flu The Food and Drug ad ministration said that except for flu vaccine there were no drugs available to prevent the disease The U S Public Health Service said there was no marked change last week in the outbreak of new cases It gave no figures But last weeks summary put the number of new cases at about 1 Oscar Nyhus 59 Miller died in a Mason City hospital WednesdayMason City of injuries suffered in an accident about tbree miles north of Miller Oct 6 000 or three times that of any previous week The toll by states showed New York with 126 flucaused fatali ties Pennsylvania 84 Michigan 37 California 34 Illinois Louis iana and Ohio 21 each Wisconsin 17 Iowa 16 Washington 15 Utah 11 Colorado 10 Hawaii 9 Ken tucky and Indiana 8 each Connec verse The joint winners of the award are Dr Chen Ning Yang 34yearold professor of physics at the Institute for Advanced Study Princeton N J and Dr Tsung Dao Lee 30 Columbia University professor of physics who is on leave and also at the Princeton Institute The two first met at a univer Menon that Turkish and Syrian sity in Kunming China in the representatives with the aid of early 1940s but did not begin the secretary general work out working together until 1948 after an agreed procedure for settling the problem It seemed unlikely that the 82 nation Assembly would give the needed twothirds majority to Sy rias proposal to send a factfind ing commission to investigate the border situation or to thf seven nation Western resolution express ing confidence that Hammarskjold ROBERT WAGGONER Waggoner to Seek Seat in U S House FORT DODGE UP Robert E Mennen Official on Stand WASHINGTON UP Tho Mennen Co said Thursday an of ificial of New York labor racketeer Johnny Dios union tried to ex tort a payoff to settle a strike George Mennen vice presideni of the Morristown N J firm told Senate Rackets Commit tee the incident indicates liow a business firm operating in good faith can find itself dealing with racketeers under the guise of la aor organizations First Witness Mennen was the first witness as the committee investigatedhis firms links with Nathan W Shef fermans firm Labor Relations Associates which has been pic ticut 7 New Jersey Tennessee could mediate the dispute and Oregon 3 each Minnesota and Nebraska 2 each and 1 each in Arizona Missouri Oklahoma and the District of Columbia Kansas State College officials took drastic action in an effort to stem a flu epidemic on they urged coeds to refuse dates until the outbreak subsides Maneuvers Open Western diplomats expressed the view that RussianSyrian warnings that the United States and Turkey are about to touch off a war are so phoney that to appoint an inquiry commission would give them unwarrante dignity both had come States to study Lees father is dead and his mother lives on Formosa Yangs parents live in Shanghai on the Communist ruled mainland Completing the 1957 Nobel prize was awarded to Sir Alexander Todd of Cambridge University 50yearold Scotlandborn biologist for funda tured in current gearings as a to the United Waggoner 39 Fort Dodge busilunionbusting service npc fathor ic I jnessman and former secretary toj Michigan Gov G Mennen Wil US Sen Thomas E Martin R liams is a director and owns announced Thursday his about 8 per cent of the stock of candidacy for the Republicanjthe family firm but committee nomination for the US House ofjcounsel Robert F Kennedy said Representatives from the 6th Dishe was not responsible for its la trict He is the third to come out for the 1958 GOP nomination for the mental research on matter inside seat now held by ReP Merwin the simplest of cells The Nobel Foundation also cited his investi gation of vitamin B12 the sub stance found in the human liver which is active against pernicious Goad of Boone the only Demo crat in the Iowa congressional ibor policies Personnel Problems Mennen said nobody in the com pany has ever met Shefferman delegation but Sheffermans firm through its Now York office was twice re in making his announcement lems tahied to handle personnel prob Waggoner said My campaign will be fought is making with the poison con along two battle lines First vig T ts mmi LUC uuiuieaix buubiuei t c Dr Margaret Lahey dean Meanwhile NATO and m hashlsh the basis supporUor Uie sound prin jwomen said students should relforces Thursday began large frain from all group activity iniscale and longplanned maneu Nyhus who never regained con sciousness after the crash is sur vived by his wife and a daughter Betty who are still in the hos pital in satisfactory condition with injuries received in the same accident Funeral services will be heldj at the Miller Lutheran Church1 Saturday at 2 p m with the Rev to s aniThursday Fair and warmer H Thursday night low in mid 30s Continued pleasant Friday high Deluding dating The dean also in lower 60s Iowa Mostly fair a little out opium Iciples of Republicanism for However he disclaimed any knowledge that Sheffermans re presentative Louis Jackson used what previous cases have shown to be typical Shefferman tech RED FACE DEPT A political dispute broke out in Pennsylvania where 20 of the use the maneuvers as an excusejparty sent out postcards an deaths occurred at the Pennhurst to invade Syria but there wastnouncing a citywide rally Friday these principles hold the mostlniqucs checking the union sen hope for a peaceful progressive jtiments of workers and firing and prosperous America favoring the union forming AUBURN N Y Heads willja determined opposition to theia vote no committee and finan vers off the Turkish coast and just north of the Syrian frontier Both Russia and Syria warned in the past that Turkey must notjro11 tlus oneTiie Democraticpresent congressman and the sadicmg its antiunion efforts record he has compiled Previously announced warmer north continued for the Mentally Retardedno outburst of Russian propanight The last line on the printed dates for the Republican nominajone in south Thursday night low near Philadelphia jganda Thursday cards read On Tuesday Nov tion are State Sen Jacob 3642 Cooler northwest Friday Republican House Sneaker Wi 5 vote row A all the way Row stead Lake Mills and State RepSear Cooler northwest Friday Republican House Speaker W jStuart Helm Wednesday de row A all the way Row A will list the Republican candi Stuart Helm Wednesday de Dll C If A win list me KepuDiican Mmnesota Partly cloudy little manded that Democratic Govi 0611 firm on voting machines COlder TVf T I 5 The committee also heard teslt candiimony that Allstate Insurance Co of the nations largest insur firms and a subsidiary o stead Lake Mills and State RepjSears Roebuck Co paid one Curtis G Riebm Garner Coadof its agents S2000 to help beat is expected to seek a union organizing drive George M Leader order the State GlobeGazette weather data upiwdfare Department lo make a 995 Thursday he said The abjArnold Edwards officiating Intcrj sonces in the lower grades prcmcnl will be in the Clear Lake viously had increased each day since the start of the epidemic Here are the reports of ab sences by schools for the last three days Tues Wed Thur Garfield 32 40 Grant 60 67 Harding 129 137 Hoover 201 189 Jefferson 72 69 Lincoln 71 71 Madison 52 53 McKinley 119 128 Roosevelt 139 134 Washington 64 54 Wilson 63 58 62 82 135 182 65 76 47 119 128 48 51 995 109 213 148 Cemetery with the Bohn Funeral Home Garner in charge Oscar Nyhus the son of Mr and Mrs S H Nyhus was born at Forest City on April 19 1898 and spent his entire life in the Forest City and Miller communi ties Aged lowan Struck by Auto Is Killed Total 1002 1000 Monroe Jr 175 145 Roosevelt Jr 275 235 High School 157 144 GUGIARI DIES BUENOS AIRES Jose P Gugiari 73 former president of Paraguay died Wednesday afttr a long illness Maximum Mininunn At 8 am YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 38 64 42 public report on the Pennhurst flu epidemic Former Sen Weiker Dies After Surgery WASHINGTON UP1 Former Sen Herman Weiker 50 died Wednesday night of a brain moni at ircfioc J The agreement i Approve Fee Hike Likely i OMAHA Northwestern j Bell Telephone Co and Ihc Com munications Workers of Thursday reached agreement on MAN CONQUERS SPACE Highway Engineers Given Salary Boosts AMES Iowa Republican was fivc negotiations ay Commission Wednesday inmittcd to the health center on Oct1 15month Penod start Maryland CWA nesota and the Dakotas came creased the salaries of its two top 16 and underwent surgery to re Oct 31 Astronomers Believe Earth Is Not Only Planet on Which There Is Life Third in a Series By ALTON L BLAKESLEE AP Science Reporter NEW YORK ii Are we the Even supposing that most have no planets at all there still could be 100 million planets situated at the right distance from a sun possessing oxygen and all other engineers by a year JEFFERSON UP Howard The salary of chief engineerTuesday 1 f t n TI Trtf f rt Tl t T QOQin lieve pressure on his brain On A J Jacobson Northwesternionv humans living in this injcondition for our kind of life Pittman 85 Jefferson was fatal ly injured Wednesday night when he was struck by a car as he crossed a street in front of his home here Pittman who retired John G Butter has been He would receive under the raise His deputy L Clauson was boosted from to this month after being in the ice business here for 36 years wasi GOING UP1 struck bv a car driven by P T Lakcy 75 PHILADELPHIA Those No charges were filed againstfancy invilations Ihc 1956 wcd Lakey Authorities said he Philadelphias Grace Kcl driving slowly and that PiUmanly and Prince Rainier of Monaco was not using the street cross reportedly are bringing S10 each from collectors here now SAME Preslclcnt ho lns provided wage increases ranging from to a week The com i comprehensibly vast universe Shapley reasons ours Or are there people like Very likely human astronauts us or even superior on other will never be able to visit much panys wage bill will be increased Panels near or far away more than the other planets of by he added The con tract had been due to expire at midnight Tuesday but was ex Only by exploring space can man begin to answer this ques tion nagging him nearly since his our Sun Mars Venus Jupiter Saturn and others These could be reached in different forms of life on hesa arid some terri bly hot or cold some bathed in poisonous fumes What is the meaning of Mars canals or Jupiters strange markings Arc the asteroids the belt of flying chunks of matter between Jupiter and Mars really the remains of an ex ploded planet But reaching even the nearest istar to see if it has planets at all days weeks or years dcpcndingjsccms jmpossibiy beyond mans tended on agreement by both1 lime began parties We arc not alone declnrcson top speeds which In DCS Moinps the Iowa Harlow Shapley famous Harjers traveled By picking jms js Alpha Ccntauri It jmanagcr for Northwestern astronomer He estimates enough speed once they were so far that it takes four jM F Obcrg said in comnientingthero could be 100 million planctsiouter space cruisers mightyears and four months for its light on the settlement that we have capable of supporting life as reach any of our planets within to reach us and travels no choice other than to rcpriccknow it some of our services in Iowa to There are billions upon billions davs 186000 miles per second PhyMcal Then men could learn whclherjlaws say it is impossible or any meet greatly increased costs stars or suns in the universe there is life even fantasticallything to travel faster than   

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