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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 11, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited lot VOL LXIV Associated and United Prew Fun THI NIWSFAfE CoPy Y GLOBE T M AT M A K IS A L L M 0 T M I 0 W A N J N I I M 1 0 K I 1 MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY APRIL IT 1SI ThU HOME EDITION Soviets Agree to PreSummit Talk 2nd Rebel Outburst in Cuba Fails Fireworks Appear Fidel Castes chances of ousting President Ful gencio Batista soon faded Fri day after the failure of his forces second attempt at total war and a general strike Bombthrowing young rebels tried Thursday to touch off an uprising in Santiago but national police quickly smothered them with machinegun fire The num ber of casualties in the southeast Cuban port city could not be learned immediately ON WEDNESDAY rebels in Ha vana and Matanzas called a gen eral strike and popular arisings That time too the publicdid not respond and police quelled the outbreak Fortyrfive rebels and two policemen were killed From his guerrilla headquar ters in the Sierra Maestra of southeastern Cuba Castro con tinued to direct sabotage and at tacks on the kind of campaign he haswaged against Batista for 16 months But the two failures to win pop ular support for his proclaimed alltoutwar to overthrow Batista apparently left Castro without any immediate chance of success The defeat in Santiago was hard blow since Gas strength andtheater of operations is the surrounding Oriente province A MASSIVE uprising of Cubans ordefection of many of Batistas 38000 troops could as sure victory for Castro Neither appeared likely in the foresee able future The armed forces have remained steadfast with former sergeant Batista and he has legalized killingof strike agi tators Rebels began attacks on San tiago utilities before dawn hoping to spark a general strike in Cu bas second largest city Youthful gunmen poured into the center of the city firing pistols and ma chine guns and hurling grenades and gasoline bombs at stores that began to open The city of 250000 persons has been heavily garrisoned by Ba tistas troops since Castro began raiding the surrounding province The troops scattered the rebels with fire from machine guns on rooftops and chased the Castro forces with motorized patrols Within a short time the attack was over AP Photofax POLARIS REPLICA This is a replica of the Navys Polaris ballistic missile prized4 weapon which is undergoing develop ment The model was unveiled for the first time at Washington When work on the 1500mile range missile complete it will be able to bevfired from submerged submarines The rocket uses a solid propellant and thus can be ready for instant firing Pres enj missiles utilize liquid pro pellants that are difficult to handle and take hours topre pare for launching Navy Unveils More Details on Polaris But Stand Firm on Demands Letter Now Under Study FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES agreed Friday to an ambassadorial meet ing next week to take the first step toward a summit confer ence But the White House said Russia is still imposing terms that amount to rejection of the Western proposals President Eisenhower retary of State Dulles took a Rus sian message on the matter under immediate study at a White House conference The Soviet reply was in re sponse to a proposal of this coun try France and the United King dom that preparatory work for an EastWest summit session be held later this month in Moscow at the ambassadorial level A WHITE HOUSE statement approved by Eisenhower and Dulles and released while they still were talking said The Soviet reply is manifestly not an acceptance to this Western proposal Rather the statement said it proposes that diplomatic prepara tory work shall not deal at all with asummit meeting but only with the timeplace and compo sition of a subsequent meeting of foreign ininisters WHAT THE THREE Western allies suggested was preparatory negotiations through ambassador ial channels to lead to a session of foreign ministers and oh to a summit conference The Kremlin note reportedly called for a meeting on April 17 to talk only about setting up a foreign ministers meeting In their March 31 declaration to the Soviet government the three Western Powers had said the mainpurpose of preliminary am bassadorial negotiations should be to examine the position of the various governments on the major questions at issue between them and to establish what sub jects should be submitted for ex amination by heads of govern ment Issues THEY CAME PREPARED Cast iron stomachs One would almost think so after taking a look at what four Brooklyn NY boys were wearing under their shirts followingtheir arrest The group actually are exhibiting AP Photofax aluminum vests they wore to protect themselves from heavy blows during a gang fight The five were lull two policemen could grab out of about 40 gathered for the fray WOMEN DEMAND LEGAL EQUALITY To Resume Equal Rights Debate New York Herald News Service generation old battle over a proposed Consti tutional amendment drawn to assure American women complete legal equality with men is ex pected to resume nextmonth on the Seriate floor The debate will Inevitably turn on whether theproposed ment can guarantee women all the legal rights automatically ac corded men without knocking down laws drawn by preponder antly male legislatures with the intent of protecting women Many male Senators are pre pared to say that unless the amendment it create more problems for woirien than it will solve SOME SPOKESMEN for wom ens groups are making it clear that they are more than ready to run these risks to win Constitu tional assurance of equality with men in job opportunities in pay Sales Income in Continued Decline WASHINGTON oyern inerit reported Friday that retail sales dropped one per cent in March and the rate of personal income dipped 300 million dollars annually In each case the decline was less steep than in the previous month giving support to Presi dent Eisenhowers assertion earlier this week that March saw a slowingiip of the decline T he Commerce Department said the annual rate of personal income in March was 000000 in comparison with 700000000 in February The Weather Ma ten City Mostlyfair with no important temperature changes through Saturday High Saturday 5256 Low Fri day night 2934 Iowa Generally fair little change in temperature through Saturday Low Friday night 28 Five day Iowa Temperatures wiil average 3 to 5 degrees be low normal Saturday through next Wednesday Little temper ature change first of period Somewhat cooler last of period Normal highs 58 north to south Normal lows 34 north to 38 south Precipitation will ay erage onetenth to twotenths of an inch occurring as show ers mostly about or Tuesday Minnesota Fair and cool GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Friday Maximum 52 Minimum 26 At 8 am 42 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 54 24 WASHINGTON Navy disclosed Friday that it has solved the problem of launching a Po laris missile from a deeply sub merged atomic submarine Rear Adm W F Raborn direc torof the Polaris told a seapower symposium of the Navy Fair Cool Is Weekend Prediction The Weather Bureau predicted Friday that skies would be gener ally clear and temperatures a littfe cooler than normal through the weekend Temperatures during the next five days were expected to aver age three to five degrees below normal and rainfall to average onetenth to twotenths of an inch in showers mostly about Monday or Tuesday Clear skies Thursday night al lowed the mercury to drop below freezing at many places in the state Low readings ranged from 26 degrees at Mason City to 37 at Davenport Lows of 28 to 34 degrees were predicted for Friday night High temperatures Thursday were from 49 at Dubuque to 55 at Spencer Ottumwa Sioux City and Council Bluffs Mason City had 52 Little change in daytime tem peratures was expected through Saturday DEVER DIES CAMBRIDGE Mass er Massachusetts Gov Paul A Dever 55 died in his sleep at home Friday League that a pop up launcher fires the missile accurately into the air above the waters surface where rocket engines take over RABORN inan apparent retort to Defense Secretary Neil MMc Elroy and the Air Force de scribed the Polaris as a wholly new concept in weapons develop ment that does not infringe on the role of any other military service McEIroy said earlier this month that it is vnot out of bounds as a possibility that Polaris firing submarines might be placed un der the same command as Air Force strategic bombers AIR FORCE Secretary James H Douglas had said earlier that new capabilities of one service overlap capabilities of another and cited the Polaris as a weapon where wasteful duplication might be involved unless its pro duction received McElroys most careful supervision Raborn made it clear that the Navy shrinks from the idea of any marriage of its Polaris with the Air Force He said the mis sile fills a place of its own in our defense plans and is not in competition with any other wea pons development nor a duplica tion of effort at public expense STRIKE MEETING SET NEW YORK W Representa tives of the Columbia Broadcast ing System and striking television technicians meet in Washington Saturday in efforts to end a walkout now in its fifth day THE WESTERN note said the purpose of the preparatory discus sions was not to reach decisions but to determine the possibilities of agreement The West proposed that the for eign ministers get together after ward and determine the date and place for a summit conference and decide on its composition When a formal reply to the new Soviet note might be forthcoming was not disclosed Neither were the full contents of the Soviet message Eisenhower delayed his depar ture for a weekend at Augusta Ga in order to discuss the Rus sian note with Dulles Cops Out to Prove Mailman Was Wrong POCATELLO Idaho workers held up delivery Friday of a letter addressed To the Nicest Patrolman on the Force Police Department Pocatello Idaho The letter was stamped No such person at address giv Stompanato Tried to Strangle Me Lana Testifies at Coroners Inquest en But genial Chief John Perkins and his men are going tq prove the post office wrong They are responding to the request of Skip Hall Killeen Tex for a police arm patch to add to his coKec tion B47 Jet Explodes in Air Four Killed NORTH COLLINS N Y An Air Force B47 jetbomber car rying a crew of four exploded and crashed in two sections Thursday in fields near here All aboard were killed the Air Force said The bomber on a training mission from Lock bourne Air Force Base Ohio was about to make contact with a refueling plane when the ex plosion occurred the base said BULLETIN LOS ANGELES coron jury after hearing tear ful testimonyfrom Lana Turner that she thought her lover was going to strangle her just be fore her daughter fatally stabbed him Friday held it was justifiable homicide LOS ANGELES MV Lana Turner almost collapsing at times Friday told a coroners inquest that Johnny Stompana to had tried to strangle her in tier bedroom only seconds be fore her teen age daughter rammed a knife into bis abdo men We had a violent argument and he threatened me physically Then he went to the closet where he had a jacket and shirt on a hanger there she testified HE CAME TO ME like he was going to strangle me with the jacket I said Dont ever touch me again I want you to get out Mr Sttfmpanato grabbed me shookme cursed me and as he told me before no matter what I did how I tried to gel away I could never do it If 1 say jump youll jumpif I say hop youll hop He said he would cut my face cripple me and kill me my daughter my mother He said he would get me where it would hurt most my daughter I went to the door and as I opened it my daughter was standing there She came in andeverything happened so fast I thought she had hit him in the stomach I never saw a blade Mr Slompanato grabbed him self and he started to move for ward made a halfturn and dropped on his back His arm went out I still saw no blood THEN I RAN over to him I ifted his sweater up I could iear my daughter sobbing Then I went to my bathroom I didnt and grabbed a towel enow what to do Mr Stompanato was making dreadful sounds with his throat he was gasping Miss Turners daughter Cheryl 14 hastold police she knifed Slompanato 32 because he hreatened her mother The stab ling occurred last Friday night at Miss Turners Beverly Hills home cales and In treatment under nurringe and divorce laws Mainspringofthe drive is the Jalional Womans Party a de onnined group originally formed o fight for womans suffrage It urned to the equal rights fight fter ratification of the 19th Amendment gave women the vote n 1920 The first Equal Rights Amend ment was introduced in 1923 as heresult of strenuous efforts by he Womans PartyThe present Reorganization Drive Opened W WASHINGTON of Defense McEIroy has warned military officers t and clyiliaa members of the defense organiza tion not to make speeches against President plan for revamping of the De jfenso Department He also Issued what appeared to bo a broad hint that suchof ficers or officials should j resign if they opposed to the Presidents plan that they Celt they couldnt work McEIroy spoke outThursday in reply to a question as to bow far a military officer could go in op position withoutbecoming insub ordinate THE SECRETARY speaker at the NationalPress Club said he was ready for that question that he felt so strongly on the subject that he had written down hisbeliefs I can see no excuse for rtiiU tary or civilian members of defense organization undertak ing to make public speeches in their official capacities in opposi tion to the program of their com mander in chief to strengthen nations defenses i HE THEN MADE these two other points a by y ini dment reported last year Jtidiciary Committee after efforts the Womans Party is little changed in form prom the original ITS KEY P ROVIS I ON Is Equality of rights under the law shall not be abridged by the United Slates or any state on ac count The amendments highwater nark came in 1953 with Senate jassagc by the requisite two hird majority But the final prod ict included a proviso sponsored by Sen Carl Hayden which specified that the amend ment should not be construed to Stompanato had been Miss Tur ners companion for months be fore the slaying accompanyin her on trips to Europe and Mex co Their impassioned love le ters were made public earlie this week Previously Lana testified how Slompanato started an argument with her because he was upset that I would ever think of going out to dinner with two very old friends The screen queen was trim in a gray suit She removed her dark glasses as she took the wit ness stand Impair any rights benefits or exemptions now or hereafter con ferred by law upon the female sex Taking the position that the Hayden rider would be worse thanuseless because it would rivet into the Constitution a dec laration of inequality of the sexes the Womans Party didnt even try for House passage in 1953 It prepared instead for an other campaign ON THE welljustified premise thatthe Hayden rider will re appear as soon as the amend ment hits the floor this year the Womans Party is working full ime to win Senate commitments against the rider It now claims hedges from 15 Democrats and 35 of there quired 64 support the original amendment with no lim tingproviso Vigorous opposition to the amendment has come from or ganized Labor whose spokesmen contend that it would strip away all safeguards designed to pro ect woman workers from exploi 1 Officials testifying before Congress should give their per sonalopinions freely and fully if asked for them 2 I would think if a man of integrity conscience1 felt so strongly opposed to thebasicpol icies and programs of his organi zation thathe could noteffec tively discharge his responsibili ties he would so advise periors Iknow this is wkat I would do v y Ho did not say that sucha man should resign but1 that peared to be implicit inhis re marks In his formal speech McEt roy said he had no desire to be come adzar or dictator over nations defenses f PRESIDENT Elsenhower al ready has served notice that be was going to push the reorganiza tion plan hard regardless of how strong orhow numerous its foes in Congress The White House announced that Eisenhower will televisionradio address in behalf AP Photofax LANA AT INQUEST Actress Lana Turner sits with her attorney the famed Jerry Giesler srt the counsel Jable during thecoroners inquest into the death of John Stampanato her boyfriend tation Womans1 groups in business and professional fields are strong for the amendment as a step to iye their members more access to choice careers at the same salaries as are paid to men The General Federation of Womans lubs hasrepeatedly endorsed it The League of Women Voters has withdrawn longstanding opposi lion but has refused ment endorse of the proposal next Thursday His immediate audience will the American Society of News paper Editors Salsbury Agrees to Settlement in Tax Dispute WASHINGTON W The Dr Salsburys Laboratories of Charles City Iowahas agreed to a settlement of its tax dispute with the Internal Revenue Service A stipulated settlement between Joseph E Salsbury president of the firm and the Internal Reve nue Service has been signed by Judge NormanO Tietjens of the US Tax Court The dispute Involved whether certain bad debts were deduc tible as business expenses and whether the firm could deduct at business expenses several hand dred thousand dollars in paid in connection with contamin atcd fowl poxvaccine v The government contended Sals bury owed t ESCAPES CRASH CLERMONT W A car drives by Kenneth Nelson 17 dermont plunged down a 20foot embank ment on US 18 east of ALTHOUGH 239 members of the 435seat House have an nounced support of the amend ment the Womans Party must still contend with the Judiciary Committee headed by Rep Emanuel Celler No change appears likely in Rep Cellers steady opposition to the amendment The Equal Rights Amendment should be called the Unequal Rights Amendment in that it would filch from women hard earnedrights achieved after struggles over the years Rep Celler recently told a reporter Thursday and landed on The vehicle was demolished bat Nelson walked away without scratch SAMI DATE1W7151 I   

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