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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 21, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper ROHM VOL LXIV Awocicted PreM aad Full THAT W A It 1 A L i N 0 It T H I Q W A N S NEIGHBORS MASON CITY IOWA MAY 21 HOME EDITION Papw CoacitU X Four rn Slowed President MajorTalk to Nation NEW YORK Ei senhower said Tuesday night there are strong indications the business recession is slowing down He called on the nation to muster all its forces to promote early upturn The President added that cer tain decisions will shortly be fak eri in the field of taxation after consultation with congressional leaders with respect to the eco nomic slump James C Hagerty White House press secretary said in response to a question that the decisions of which Eisenhower spoke conld be either for or against tax re duction IN AN ADDRESS delivered at the economic mobilization con ference of the American Man agement Assn the President again called on private business to assume a major share of the job of restoring full prosperity in the United States Eisenhower spoke to about 2000 American business leaders attending the mobilization confer ence at the Astor Hotel His speech also was broadcast coast tocoast oh television and radio Expressing great confidence in Americas future and in pros pects for an early end of the re cession Eisenhower said t IN SHORT the future is burst ing with vitality and promise it is welcomed by rising aspirations of our people our advancing pro ductivity to meet those expecta tions the vast areas of new en joyment utility and adventure opened up by scientific advances the growth of schools hospitals researchcenters the T ap i d strides in wide sharing of person al income education and secur ity question then is going to one of surmounting our one of rising to our opportunities Speaking after introduction by Vice President Nixori Eisenhow er said at the outset of his 30 minute talk AMERICA IS NOT going to standstill America is going to grow and grow and grow Turning then to the big ques tion as to how quickly the econo my will resume full and healthy advance the President asserted My answer is this Reports from the country strongly indi cate that the economic decline of recent months is slowing down Not ail our economic trou bles are over by any means But there is a change in the making That it will prove to be a change for the better I have no doubt Morse Chosen to Head Inquiry of South America WASHINGTON W Sen Wayne Morse DOre was picked Tuesday to head an inquiry into the antiAmerican feeling in La tin America that erupted into mob attacks on Vice President Nixon The Senate Foreign Relations Committee unanimously approved the investigation by its Latin American subcommittee of which Morse is chairman Morse said the inquiry will get under way next week and will be thorough lasting several months He told reporters that members of the full committee had unani mously rejected his offer to re sign the chairmanship of the sub committee if they thought he would be politically motivated in conducting the inquiry Morse said a charge of political motivation had been made by Sen John M Butler not a member of the committee Morse said he told the committee the charge is false and that all he wanted wasa proceeding to find the facts in an impartial non political way Politics will play no part in this investigation Morse said ANOTHER MEETING LONDON Oft Peter Townsend had dinner at Princess Margarets place Tuesday night and stayed six hours It was the third time Townsend has visited Margaret since he returned in March from a world tour In Spring a Collegians Thoughts Turn to EXAMS Twomonthold Clyde Hunt Jr catches upon his sleep on a Kent State University Ohio library study table while mom and dad get ready for AP Photofax final examsJunior isnt much help to his folks when it comes to cramming but he seems to get the idea that a library is a place to be quiet COLD SHOWER A Tufts College Mass student holds a coed from nearby Jackson College while a companion gives her a cold shower from the business end of a gar den hose A group of the Jackson girls raided mens dorms in retaliation for a raid earlier by the men Said the boys The gals were madder than wet hens Abandon Plan to Trim G a Envoy Sent to Algeria PARIS W Premier Pierre Pflimlin ordered Frances mili tary Chiefs to AlgiersWednesday opening the governments drive to win back Algiers from backers of Gen Charles de Gaulle But from Algeria came a defiant no We will never move an inch backward said Alain de Serig ny a powerful member of the French insurgent junta in Algiers We will accept no Gaulle one but De Bolstered by the solid endorse ment of the National Assembly Gen Henri Lorillot was ordered to confer with Gen Raoul Salan the French military commander inAlgeria who has been walking a tightrope between Paris and the French civilian and military junta in Algiers OSTENSIBLY Lorillots mis sion is one of discussing routine military operations against the Al gerian nationalists who have been fighting French rule for more than 3Vis years But that official reason for the mission apparently is to ward off angry demonstra tions when Lorillot arrives De Serigny told an Algiers news conference that Pflimlin is wrong if he thinks he can settle the in surrection in a few days He add ed that De Gaulle is the only one capable of maintaining the unity of the nations PFLIMLIN promised the Na tional Assembly Tuesday he will restore 0 ernments authority over Algeria same Gaulles bid for power Indonesian Rebels Offer to Negotiate Mason City Scattered thunder showers in vicinity Wednesday night and Thursday Increas ingly southerly winds shiftingto JAKARTA Indonesia UP The Indonesian revolutionary government announced Wednes day it was willing to negotiate Iowa Widely scattered 1ight with the central government in thunderstorms west and south central Wednesday night Thursday partly cloudy with widely scattered light thunder storms west andcentral Little change in temperature except warmer ex tr e m e northeast Wednesday night low 45 north east 55 southwest Jakarta for a reasonable solu tion to the Indonesian crisis The announcement was made by Col Ventje Sumual command er of the rebel forces in the north Celebes in a rebel Radio Mena do broadcast monitored in Mani la the announcement did not state U1U HVL oLoLC what the rebel terms for Iowa Temperatures Will Hnnc ursMilr j it U17 ora era fX J ii tions would be But it said the revolutionary government was willing to negotiate for the uni ty of the whole nation The announcement came in the wake of reports that Indonesian central government forces had recaptured the big rebel air base at Morotai and ocupied Goronta lo second largest town in the north Celebes The Radio Menada broadcast made no mention of the capture of Morotai in the Halmahera Is lands west of the north Celebes r of Gorontalo Former Yale Grid Star Held in Death of BrotherinLaw TOKYO P Crowley star Yale football back in the early 1930s was held by Japa nese police on suspicion of fatal ly beating his brotherinlaw T A D Jones Jr Jones a New Haven Conn isinessman and son of another Yale gridiron great died here oAiiaiiuii KicelV UlcQ Here The assembly voted 47393 to conMay 8 Police Inspector Tsuneto tmue the governments emershi Shirakawa said Crowley was gency powers for Algeria and at arrested on the suspicion of the same time it rebuffed De having inflicted the injuries which caused Jones death The action was completed Wed nesday when the Council of the Republic the Parliaments upper house voted the Algerian emer gency powers bill 23362 Had the Assembly wanted to return the wartime resistance to of fice it could have paved the way by voting against Pflimlin Instead the Premier got support from virtually all elements in the Assembly except the extreme right It was one of the biggest majorities ever won by a postwar French Premier apparently due to the deputies fears of De Gaulles offer to head a strong man government Burns Prove Fatal to Waverly Man IOWA CITY UP Owen Marsh 52 Waverly died here Tuesday of burns he received Wednesday at the Bremer County home when a book of matches flared up and set his clothing afire as he lit a cigarette Shirakawa said an investiga tion was continuing on Frederick M Kissinger 62 a Maryland ac countant who accompanied Jones 45 and Crowley 48 Tokyo May 5 to buy an oil tanker From the first Crowley has de nied having anything to do with Jones death At the police sta tion he refused to answer re porters questions and said The whole thing is fantastic Final Arguments in Starkweather Case LINCOLNNeb argu ments began Wednesday to a jury of eight women and four men who will decide whether mass slayer Charles Starkweather is to die in the electric chair Starkweather has admitted in volvement in 11 slayings 10 of them in a weeks span last Jan uary He is on trial in the shoot ing of Robert Jensen 17 and ad mits firing six rifle bullets into Jensens head The Weathe northwesterly late Thursday Low Wednesday night 4559 high Thursday 7579 average 5 to 8 degrees below normal for the fiveday period Thursday thrbughMonday Nor mal highs are 7477 and normal lows are 5054 It will turn cool late Thursday and Friday and continue rather cool throughout the remainderof the period Precipitationamounts willavFROM WIRE SERVICES erage onehalf inch falling as Jvmrt UVLiJ JUUK11L showers or thunderstorms Alaskan statehood bill cleared its Thursday or Friday first major nurdle in the House Minnesota Showers cooler High when members Thursday 6570 agreed to consider it GlobeGazette weather data up Ponents to kill the bill by refusing to 8 am Wednesday Maximum 74 Minimum 39 At 8 am 65 YEAR AGO Maximum 66 Minimum 45 Senate Committee Votes to Restore Foreign Aid Funds WASHINGTON fl The Sen ate Foreign Relations Commit tee voted Wednesday to restore 220 million dollars of the 339 million cut by the House from President Eisenhowers 53 942092500 foreign aid pro gram The committee by voice vote approved Eisenhowers request for in military hardware funds The House had voted Similarly the Senate group voted to grant the administra tion 835 million in defense eco nomic support funds for coun tries with which the United States has defense pacts The House had cut this item to 775 millions The committee decided to meet again in another closed session at 9 am Thursday to consider other items in the bill There may be other increases to take itup Theaction meant only that the measure would be debated prob ably at length However the test vote lent encouragement to state hood supporters that Alaska may become the 49th state Meanwhile the House Educa tion Committee at a stormy ses sion balked at a subcommittees bill for federal aid to school con struction The committee also fused to send it back for further study Motions to approve the bill and to return it to the subcommittee both failed on 1515 tie votes Thebill which would authorize billion in federal school con struction aid thus remains pig AP Mmtofax NICE SENDOFF Actress Kim Novak sees off her freespending Latin boyfriend Gen Rafael TrujiNo Jr at the Los Angeles train depotThe son of the Dominican Republics dictator earlier had reaffirmed his love for the shapely star while shetold reporters she finds him very sincere and nice Tfujillo is attending the US Army War College at Ft Leavenworth Kan Will Debate Statehood for Alaska BUI hotly fought The House rejectedr on a 217172 six National Guar roll call efforts of statehood op Vave been abandoned L irn Ji r i eonholed before without decision the committee Two of Three Men Who Fled Oskaloosa Jail Remain Free OSKALOOSA of the three men who escaped from jail here Tuesday night were still at large Wednesday but the third was back in custody The three escaped from the jail by crawling through a venti lator shaft in the roof One of the men David Rowland 22 Os kaloosa was picked up shortly afterwards Police said Rowland had bro ken into a tavern and was just coming out when they captured him The Hams two others Bobby Wil 20 and Royal Ray All good 22 both of Oskaloosa were still at large police said The two prisoners still free were serving terms for breaking and entering while Rowland was serv ing six months for driving while his license was under suspension Kids Get Out Vote in Austin Election school board election showed 320 per cent increase Tuesday after an unusual doortcdoor cam paign by Austins grade school children The League of Women Voters organized the campaign against adult delinquency The league and the children consider failure to vote a form of adult de linquency The last regular school board election had a total vote of 865 With the efforts of the stu dents the vote Tuesday reached 2733 Economy MIAMI Fla Armydis closed Wednesday that a plan for disbanding six National Guard The disclosure was made by Gen Maxwell D Taylor Army chief of staff in an address pre pared for delivery to the gover nors conference here The original plan for reduction m the size of the ground National Guard grew out offederal gov ernment economy measures In his speech many governors Taylor said Stassen Crushed at Polls Loses Bid in Pennsylvania BY THE ASSOCIATED PEESS Harold E Stassens bid for a political comeback was shattered Wednesday as Pennsylvanias Re publicans handed him a crushing defeat in his quest to become the second man in history to goverm two states The 51yearold Minnesota na ive admittedly facing an uphill fight was swamped by a tide ol votes that gave his gubernatorial primary opponent Arthur T Mo Gonigle a victory margin of nearly 21 IN TUESDAYS other state wide primary races Mayor Thomas DAlesandro came out oa op m a sevenman battle for the Democratic nomination for U S senator in Maryland DAlesan dros running mate J Millard Tawes won the nomination for loyernor In Pennsylvanias Democratic primary for governor Mayor De vid L Lawrence of Pittsburgh won an overwhelming triumph oo Returns from 7856 of the states 8887 precincts gave the 68 year old Lawrence625407 votes to Lt Gov RoyE Fur mans 166495 Easy victories also were scored by Rep Hugh Scott in the Re publican senatorial primary and 3ov George M Leader in the Democratic senatorial race GOP returns from 7647 precincts gave Scott 656605votes to131149 for Weldon B Heyburn who ran on the Stassen slateLeaders total was 623023 to 215175 for Clar ence P Bowers a running mate of Fqrman McGONIGLE aReading pretzel maker first election try beatinga man who had his first taste ofinajor political success when he wair elected governor of Minnesota at 31Stassen twice was reelected governor of state But his attemptto duplicate SamHoustons record of serving as governor of two nessee awry Pennsylvanias organization GOP leaders turned their backs on candidacy McGonigle rolled up 504769 votes to Stassens 279699 The Philadelphia returns killed off has been a relaxation of the or iginal guidance upon which our plans thus far have been based the retention of divisions in the structure that the present 3 reserve forces is 27 Nationa Guard divisions and 10 USAR di visions provided that this troop structure is maintained with no increase of cost or personnel be y o n d currently programmed levels In Washington earlier Chair man Carl Vinson DGa of th House Armed Services Commit tee said he had information tha the House Appropriations Com mittee would approve mo enough to keep guard and serve forces at full strength early Neil McElroy and Secretary of had only token t secretary 01 ODnnsitlon frnm T T the Army Wilber Brucker THEN TAYLOR added Now Secretary Brucker and I natlonal flavor when he quit ai are happy to announce that there President Eisenhowers disarma ho P KnAM n JE IT mctlf ii 12 opposition from Henry Laque Jr Stassen former Minnesota governor gave the primary a as ment advisor to enter the lists But his uphill fight with a slate of running mates was not enough iiiua iai nave oeen nas nuu enougfl The Army has been authorized to J Combat the power of the state develop a plan looking toward organization which leveled thp 3 carDfithn a carpetbagger cHarge against mm and contended he sought the governorship only to be in a key spot to make another presi dential bid in 1960 Wessiing Guilty Faces Mandatory Prison Sentence DBS MOINES W Gary mittee would approve money Wessiing 17 faced the prospects enougn to guard and reWednesday of a mandatory prison term for his part in a gunfight with police here nearly three THIS WOULD amount to a con gressional attempt to reverse the administrations decision to re duce the approved strength of the state troopsfrom 400000 to 360 000 and the reserves from 300 000 to 270000 Vinson made his report on the money outlook in an Armed Serv ices Committee discussion of how the civilian components would fare under proposed reorganiza tion legislation He also said there is nothing in the reorganization bill ap proved by the committee which would put the National Guard in I I I W W 4 W IP fuv VJT UCt L 11 iU AUSTIN Minn local in the slightest degree SAME months ago The jury of seven women and five men convicted himTuesday night of assault to commit mur der This offense by law calls for a prison term up to 30 years Dis trict Judge Carroll Switzer said he would pronounce sentence May 31 Wesslings companion Richard Craig 19 awaits trial on the charge of which the younger boy was convicted The twb were involved in a shooting Feb 26 in which James OKeefe a tajti driver was killed in a crossfire A policeman wounded Iowa City Motorist Killed in Accident MARENGOW Fred Derry 83 Iowa City was fatally in jured Tuesday in a cartruck col lision on U S 6 a mile west of here Officers said he was driv ing a car in which his daughter Mrs Mabell Sandeen 62 Iowa City andMr and Mrs H Roy Perry Macomb 111 were rid ing They escaped serious injury   

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