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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 23, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                2 Jan 23 1958 Kuan Citj U Attorney General Hands Down Ruling on Fluoridation DES MOINES Wi The legal right of a city council to add fluor ide to city water supplies had the backing Thursday of the Iowa at torney generals office An opinion handed down iate Wednesday by Atty Gen Norman Erbe and signed by Asst Atty Gen Leonard Abels held that only the city or town council can say whether to add fluoride to a citysjso Now that he has been deposed BUT MATTERS MAY CHANGE NOW Venezuela Among Most Prosperous but Least Free of American Nations By WILLIAM GANT New York Herald News Service In recent years Venezuela has been termed the most prosperous and least free of nations and so long as Gen Marcos Perez Jim enez retained his military dicta torship the oilrich South Amer ican countrv was likely to remain ion but they comprised the miH ary and the countrys business oligarchy and their dependents Venezuela is second to the United States in the production of oil among the countries of the world and American corporations iave an estimated billion stake there Under the Perez Jimenez regime foreign investors were water A water board has no such authority Opponents of fluoridation a practice recommended by dentists as a means of controlling tooth decay still have the right of ap peal The opponents claim that fluorides contain poisons and that they build up deposits in bones of the body and could have harmful effects Seventeen Iowa cities now use fluoride in their water They are Waukon Dubuque Clarinda Hart ley Cedar Rapids Davenport Fairfield Man9hester Eagle Grove Creston Audubon Perry Iowa City Emmetsburg Keokuk Ames and St Ansgar things likely will change Supporters of the fivefootsix inch strong man it is generally relieved numbered less than 20 per cent of the nations popula ExIowan Deviates From Script Is Cut Off the Air KEW YORK soundjyas cut off oti a CBS television pro gram Wednesday night when au thor Donald C Keyhoe a former years In 1948 he became the key M c maj and OUum man of the military junta ruling r u b to di t IIA Sifll i n f lir n nH T The Best to See Everywhere You Go sonCHANNEL3 KGLOTV the country and in 1952 was elec gress from the script in speak elected president in an VLWI r tion the results of which never ing of flymg saucers were announced officially Early in November last year as his fiveyear term was near an end Perez Jimenez announced that there would be no presiden A network employe explained that nobody knew what he was going to say Keyhoe was silenced for about 15 seconds during The Arm age of their profits after leaving here would be a plebiscite Dec able totake out a large percentItial election this year Instead strong Circle presenta tion of a documentary on flying objects The program was UFO UFO Flying the government and Senezuelan business interests a handsome share Perez Jimenez only 43 last April hadjjeen in power for nine 15 whereby voters could signify Babies Dropped From Windows in Tenement Fire CHICAGO fire and ex plosion spread havoc through a crowded South Side apartment building early Thursday and in the frenzy to escape many chil 11 Out of Every 100 lowans Are 65 or Older WASHINGTON Latest U S Bureau of Census figures show that Iowa has retained its repu tation as a state where the citi zens live to a ripe old age The bureaus newest estimate released Wednesday shows 305000 than 11 out of every 100 65 years old or older Only Vermont has a larger per centage of oldsters Since 1950 the census bureau said Iowas total population has increased 5 per cent but the num ber of persons 65 years old or older increased nearly 12 per cent In the same period the num ber of lowans in the prime tax paying age bracket of 18 to 44 de clined more than four per cent dren were dropped from windows of the fourstory building One infant was dead and least 20 persons were injured in eluding 9 children Conflicting reports on the actual number o residents of the 27 apartments in the building in a Negro distric left a possibility the toll of deac and injured might be higher The babies were falling lik rain drops said Jack McML Ian 31 Negro who rushed to the scene where he said he caught five children dropped from win 100000 WATTS CBS TELEVISION Theres RADIO KGLO Dial 1300 CBS 5000Waffs KGLOFM to 1045 PM Dial 1011 KGLOTV Schedule THURSDAY PM 00 pm yes gr no as to whether theEnigma of the Skies i A i Tin 1957 Farm Income Fell Below That of Year Previous WASHINGTON dfi Farm in come in 1957 felt below that of regime should be continued Au tomatically he was reelectcci since there was no other candi date Leaders of opposition par ties either were in exile or in jail and no onedared offer competi tion Economic Democracy Perez Jimenez claimed that he the 6000000 Vene economio and social which will benefit was giving 7iiplans an democracy them in the long run and that it is necessary to keep military 1956 Secretary AgricuHure order in he COUI1try to carry out i 1 objective He said he only wants to stay in power as long stands for Unidentified Objects Keyhoe is the author of The Flying Saucers Are Real He had just said these words when the sound was cut off We are meeting in secret with a congres sional committee If these meet ings were public it would be proved CBS laterissued a statement signed by Keyhoe saying the in pm Benson had predicted that vould be higher In a report on the market out ook for farm products the Ag riculture Department said Wednesday that farmers real ized net income from agriculture declined slightly below the 1956 figure of Department economists said fractij thumb while catching one child Fire officials said there were 150 occupants in the buildings 27 apartments GETS FCDA POST BATTLE CREEK Mich UP Des Moines public relations man Frank Miles Thursday was ap pointed consultant to the Federa Civil Defense Administration for purposes of organizing a speak ers bureau preliminary estimates put the 1957 incomeat which is about 16 per cent below the 1956 income Final figures will be announced in March As late as Jan 6 Benson sak 1957 farm income increased for he second consecutive peacetime ear Officials said the decline re flected the effects of bad weath er which cut sharply into the cot ton crop at harvest time The re sult was that cotton provided farmers with less money than had been anticipated IT FIGURES DES MOINES of the subscribers to the Iowa Con servationist magazine is Mr Jack Rabbitt of Fort Dodge as it is necessary to develop the once backward tropical nation nto a modern one The bulk of the huge oil royal les Perez Jimenez claimed has gone into public improvements and not into the pockets of the already rich as it has in so many oilproducing countries notably in the Middle East Tourists to Venezuela are amazed at the ultramodern buildings in Caracas the capital and the multilane highways to the city from nearby towns in THE BRIGHTER following the story of the Rev Dennis countless view ers find a new and deeper in sight into the meaning of their own lives Procter Gamble brings you The Brighter Day THE cident was due to a misunder standing on my part about the for approval of scrip changes The statement did no disclose what Keyhoe was going to say further I wish to make it plain the Keyhoe statement said that this was not an attempt at censorship on the part of Armstrong Circle Theater or CBS Keyhoe was not immediately available for further comment USEY 35 5 FEDERAL ST exalt DRUGS 38HI8 GOOD HEALTH TO ALL FROM REXALL UNKNOWN YESTERDAY HERE TO SERVE YOU TODAY New Darkeyes 125 Permanent Darkener For Lmshei and Brows NEW RINSEAWAY DANDRUFF REMOVER With Free Alberto VO5 Hair Dressing 150 I AA Value IUU LIMITED TIME DesertFlewer Hand Body Lotion Regular 200 Size 100 HALLMARK VALENTINES Ljrgt Assortment Now In One For Everyone AJAX CLEANSER Only 13c VEL 2 for Best For Fine Fabrics 59C VALUE 4 for BATH SIZE RUN DOWN OR TIRED FROM FLU OR COLDS TAKE VITAMINS TOMORROW LEARNING FOR A PHARMACIST NEVER ENDS Operating a modern prescription department requires that we must continuously be learning about new discoveries We study the medical and pharmaceutical jour nals and every important pharma ceutical manufacturer mails us re ports about their progress As soon eluding La Guaira one of the princ i pal seaports But ide many of the fantastic busi ess and residential buildings are ome of the most squalid slum reas to be found anywhere The overnment ciaims that it even ually will replace the slums but rogress has been slow Opposition leaders to the re gime practically all in exile but vith an underground movement hroughout the country and the Roman Catholic Church had been pressing for a better distribution of the oil revenues Though many obs were created by the oil com panies there was still wide un employment in the country October Revolution Perez Jimenez until 1944 was an undistinguished army officer the son of a merchantfarmer Profit Sharing Plan Endorsed by Auto Workers DETROIT UB The United Auto Workers overwhelmingly ap But a year later he was assigned to the general staff with the rank proved Thursday Walter P Reu thers proposal to make a profit sharing plan the unions main 545 prrK bargaining goal in 1958 The UAW president announced the vote on a show of hands car ried by 90 per cent The ratification of the thewealth plan followed a lively debate sometimes marked with boos thatbrought rebukes from Reuther The opposition was led by Carl Stellato president of the 45000 member local 600 at the Ford Rouge plant Earlier Stellato had urged that the proposal be sub mitted to a referendum vote of the rankandfile Stellato and members of his mi SECRET by fate and set adrift in a void of loneli ness a family struggles agains destiny in The Secret Storn brought to you by American Home Products pm THE EDGE OF Sara Karr faces un certainty and apprehension a she clings to divided obliga tions See what happens alon The Edge of Night pm SUPER VALi host Bob Cavj naugh invites you to enjoy fullhour of music comedy an guests on The Super Valu Sho presented by your Super Valu Stores Ann Sothern stars in How To Handle The Boss 00 pm WILD BILL HIC KOK A girl disguised as a man saves the life of Wild Bill in a Mexican border story of stolen arms and a decoy pack train Kelloggs bring you Mex ican Gun Running pm TIME OUT FOR Bob cusses the JC past and future projects with Chuck Briggs Bob Belts and Dale Falken State Director of JCs a while with Garry Moore and RadlO Schedule his gang you been playing Dotto Its the bright new game where con testants and you are challenged to identify connecteddot draw ings for fun and prizes am HOTEL COSMO POLITAN All is glamorous and exciting on the surface o life at Hotel Cosmopolitan But what mystery and intrigue lurks beneath the surface Find the answer on this absorbing drama am LOVE OF LIFE Love of Life able a woman 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has fallen in love again but theres a rival in the picture What to do The Kingfish thinks he has the an swer The result Tune Amos n Andy Music Hall FRIDAY P M The Second Mrs Burton p m Happiness is often a difficult thing to achieve especially in marriage But even the most perfect marriage can be damaged by the interference of a domineering motherinlaw Be listening for Second Mrs Burton pm EARLY EVENING as a is approved for safe use we stock It That is why physi cians know that we can compound prescriptions or any medicine the prescribe Professional Guidance on Drugstore needs all PARKE DAVIS Combex Combex with ViK C 100 for Abbec 100s S508 Geriplex Caps 100s with Vit C 250s Natola 250s SQUIBB B Complex Caps 100s B Complex Tablets 100s B Complex with Vit B ABBOTT Dayaltts 100s Dayamin 100s icaldimin with Vit C Dicalets 100s Optilets 100s Surbec with Vit C 100s UPJOHN B Complex Caps B Complex tablets Minacaps Super A 50m unit Unicaps 100s Super D Drops 10cc S138 STORE HOURS WEEK DAYS 7 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product into a car with almost every con venience It contains a 17inch TV set a hifi tape recorder a small bar and two short wave radios The rear seat can be con verted to a lounging position and an innocentlooking compartment which serves as a foot rest con tains two machine guns and sev eral grenades nority faction argued that the un ion should retain the shorter work pm week with more take home pay as the main bargaining goal The profit sharing plan would give auto workers a onequarter slice of a companys profits over 10 per cent on net capital before taxes Husak brings you the regional and local news plus sports highlights pm Heinz brings you the national weather forecast pm Feed Dealers present the ma jor markets and grain quota tions ANNIE 400s Regular 31c 2 for 53c WINTER DRUG NEEDS Stop Neglecting 3 Virus Cold Zones Head Throat Chest Super Anahisl brings relief to 3 zones where aspirinbuffering compounds dont work 90c Doans Kidney Pills Codenate Cough Syrup 4 or 49e Gram USP 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