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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 5, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper lor MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME VOL 17 Associated Presi ind United International Full Least Wlrei 7o A Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JANUARY 3 1959 ot Two Oivs Billion for Defense Sought in New Budget One Mans Opinion A Radio By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE 1300 WOI Ames HID WTAD QuhiCT WSUI U Sunday 12 IS Tucsiiiy Thursdaj Sifunla Inflation Is Our No 2 Threat EXT only lo war inflation out of control is about the worst thing that can happen lo Ihe peo ple of a nation I think its no overstatement to say that so farj men with beards are not being as the United Slales is replaced in the Cuban rebel our growing inflalion is the great est of our domestic problems AP Photolnx PISTOL PACKING 1 was set to thinking about this one day recently when I received from Henry M Wrislon a booklet containing a talk before the American Assembly an adjunct of the Columbia University Grad uate School of Business headed by Doclor Wrislon distinguished ex president of Brown University With the booklet was this little personal note by Wrislon I think you will find this of particular In this right Ive speni an evening or two with the pre sentation called Monetary Pol icy and the Threat of Inflation and Id like some of the insights into the disquieting prob lem provided by Arthur F Burns professor of economics at Colum bia and President ofthe National Bureau ofEconomic Research IN LAYING the foundation for his broad case Doclor Burns for mer chairman of Ihe Presidents Council of Economic Advisors of fered this observation concerning the importance of his subject Even if it proceeds at a gentle pace inflation works hardships over the years on school teachers civil servants and many olher millions of unorganized workers addjtions to tlle forces such as this comely lass wonl hurt the appeal of the group now in command in Ha vana The unidentified girl is on patrol wilh other rebels near a headquarters building Castro in Slow Jaunt to Havana HAVANA Castro and thousands of his hardfighting soldiers conlinued Iheir slow westward march of triumph Mon day savoring the adulation being heaped on the m as they ap proached Havana Tens of thousands in cities towns and villages turned out to cheer wildly as Castroand hi motorized columns made theii way from the Oriente province Much to Go for Space Research WASHINGTON Ml President Eisenhower talked over his de fense and foreign policies wilh congressional leaders He rcporl ctlly told them defense spending in lie new fiscal year will run about This TOO million dollars more than the currenl years defense given icwsmen by Sen Alexander Wiley The White House announced 10 lays ago that the administra ions overall spending budget for he new fiscal year beginning next July 1 will be balanced al iboul 77 billion dollars MONDAYS conference of Dem cralic and Republican leaders amc againsl the background of CLOGGED CHIMNEY Interstate Power Co em ployes Les Paulsen service supervisor and Clif ford Mott check the point at which soot clogged the heater vent system at Charles Johnsonsbarber shop Johnson died of carbon monoxide poisoning in the shop at 808 Pennsylvania S K The metal pipe was to carry fumes into tin chimney but the bottom of the chimney was plugged by fallen soot It works hardships on he growing numbers whose livelihood depends on pensions or securities that bear a fixed return in dollars It impairs the savings of peo ple in every income group of our society but especially the savings of people of modest incomes who have neither the means nor the knowledge to arrange their invest mcnls so as lo reduce or escape he toll of These injustices of Doctor Burns added arc as ob vious as Ihey are serious But con tinued inflation not only mars a nalions it may also endanger it by striking more di rectly at its HERE some further facts we should have in mind about inflation as we proceed into our visit about the subject 1 Inflation distorts the accounts of business firms and thereby crcales at times an illusion of profits when in fact capital is be ing consumed This is undoubted ly happening in some of our cor porations 2 Inflation reduces the nation ability to sell in foreign markets The recent Joss of gold shouk serve to remind us lhal whil our stocks of gold remain verj ample it would be imprudent lo assume lhat we will necessarily escape a balanceof paymenl problem a few years from now 3 Inflation is always apt lo give cenlcr of Iheir rebellion which overthrew Ihe dictatorship of Fulgcncio Batista last week THE PROGRESS was slow Camaguey 300miles from Ha vana Sunday nighl Monday night Santa Clara seene of the decisive defeat which forced Ba tista lo flee 140 miles further along Ihe march Tuesday Mal anzas 50 miles from Ihe capi tal Castro and his men were ex pected in the capital Wednesday afternoon for one of the greatest welcomes in Cuban history IN A PRELUDE Manuel Urru rilicism by some Democrats iiat the total budget is inade uale particularly in the defense ield Wiley senior Republican on Ihe enale Foreign Relations Coin littee wasasked whether there ras general agreement at the onference regarding the re orted plan of spending in the military program If silence means consent ic senator replied Wiley also said there was gcn ral discussion of the space devel pment program The discussion was led Wiley cported by T Keith Glennan hief of the new National Aero nautics and Space Agency a civil ian unit AS FOR foreign aid spending in the new fiscal year Wiley said it is his understanding it will be about the same as this about Sen Texas Lyndon B the Senale Johnson of Democralic leader was one of Ihose who indi caled he wasnl salisfied I Ihink it appropriale lo say I didnl observe any subslanlial increase in Ihe military field and I was rather disappointed lhat we are not going farther faster with the missile Johnson said Johnson in addition to being the Democratic leader is chair man of the Senale Space Commil ee Eisenhower will formally scl oul his spending plans in his Mercury Expected to Climb Theres welcome news from the Weather Bureau It said lown will begin warming up Monday and Monday night The early Monday temperature included these belowzero read ings Elkadcr 24 Spencer and Cherokee 20 Waterloo Ma son Cily and Cedar Rapids 14 Davenport 13 Sioux Cily and Du buque 12 Burlinglon Lamoni and Ottumwa 11 and Des Moines 10 MONDAYS HIGHS were be in the lower 20s in the south west and near 10 in the northeast Tuesday mornings lows were ex pected lo be 10 in he southwest and zero to 5 above in the north east Sundays low in Washla the traditional cold spot in northwcs Iowa was 25 below Thats where Iowas alltime low of 47 was recorded in 912 Sundays highest temperature ranged from xero at Dubuque to U above at Council Bluffs ENTERS SUN ORBIT Rockets Radio Stops Working FUOM OUK WIKK SICHVICKS MOSCOW The radio transmitter in the Soviet moon rocke stopped working Monday 02 hours jifler the manmode pinnet wa aiinched The Soviet Tass news agency said the rockel had soared niles from earth and was continuing its flighl into orbit arouiu he sun Wilh the exhaustion of resources feeding il reliable radi communications with the ceased on the 5th January a ibout 10 Moscow time Tass said The program of obsorvalioi and scicnlific investigation of U hasbeen completed DEATHS have been at lo the severe cold in VJLIL U O III t II O la named provisional president H1C t Scn EvcreU by Castro was Hying from SanDirksen said Ulis wil go liago de Cuba o take the Congress on Jan 9 Dirksen FIVE ributed Iowa The Arctic outbreak covered nost of the eastern twothirds of he nation The icy winds hit 66 miles an hour near Hartford onn Near blizzard conditions vcre forecast for parts of New York stale in Ihe Ice of Lake On lario The cold air spread southward inlo Gulf coastal areas Readings in Ihe 20s and 30s penetrated northern Florida Temperatures lower in Alabama rise lo expeclalions of further in flalion Once such alliludes be come widespread extensive spec ulation in commodities or reai estate or securilies will inevit ably occur and in time may lead to a general collapse of the econ omy AND THIS LEADS me to a real ly distressing portent which has showed up in the economic reces sion from which we quite patently are emerging An increasing part of the Amer ican public is becoming inflalion minded We have an inflalionary psychology And herein lies our CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 Iral government reins in Ha vana The people of Havana awaited Castro with full stomachs for Ihe first time since the collapse of the Balisla government and Ihe dictators predawn flighl to Ciu dad Truiillo The rebel chief ain now commander in chief of Cubas armed forces ordered an end lo Ihe paralyzing general strike which had closed the na stores business and indus tries and tied up transport and Road Toll Nears Estimate of 390 376 Fires 60 113 were m the teens or northern Mississippi and Georgia The coldest spot was llibbing wilh 39 Cattle Barn Equipment Lost in Fire Mrs Frank Chionchio wailed anx Phofo on Page 3 iously hopefully prayerfully for some news Monday of their kidi Loss was estimated at morej naped newborn daughter An injthan in a fire S u n d a yj ense agonizing search by police wllicl damaged buildings cfjuipj mcnl and look the lives of 20 anil said the administration presented a timetable for a speedup in every field of includ ing geltine a manned rocket to the moon No Leads in Search for Kidnaped Baby NEW YORK W Mr and Lass said Up until then rcliab communication between th ockcl and earth had hecn mair aincd THIS IT SAID obser vations lo be made of the move menl of Ihe rockel and made i possible lo oblain information o Ihe working of scicnlific appara lus aboard il In two more days Jan 78 th rocket its periodic or bit as an artificial planet of the sun Tass said Its orbit will be between the orbit of the eartl and Mars Tass said he new planet wil not again approach theearth for another five years Bui il added its distance al hat time will be n the order of tens of millions of niles The rockel will be moving ilong ils solarorbit wilh a revo ulion period of 447 earth days THE ROCKET passed t h e noon at a distance of about nilcs at Moscow lime unday GST Saturday In Nuernberg Germany Prof Hermann Oberlh who rcccnlly resigned from a post as adviser lo the Armys missile pro gram said Ihc Soviels possibly wanted to hit the moon with their rockel bul slyly covered up an error in calculation when they established thai il would bypass Ihe moon and conlinue ils Iravel in space Maspn City Fair and Monday night o a b o v e Tuesday increasing cloudiness and warmer highs 20 fo 24 Iowa Fair and warmer Monday night lows zero north 10 aboye soulh Increasing cloudiness and warmer with slrong south erly winds Tuesday highs 20 north 32 south iveDay Iowa Warming trend through midweek hen colder about Friday Temperatures will average 5 o 10 degrees below normal Normal maxi mum 25 north o 33 south and minimum 7 above north lo 15 above soulh Precipilalion will be above normal occurring as snow nioslly Wednesday or Thursday Minnesota Mostly cloudy warm er lljgh Tuesday 10 to 20 weather data up o 8 Monday Maximum 7 Minimum L 8 12 EAR AGO Maximum 30 Minimum J6 GlobeGazelle weather dala up o 8 Sunday Maximum I Minimum 38 Mason City Man Victim of Fumes Charles Jomison t0 1st died Sunday of carbon mon xidc poisoning in his bnrbcr jhop fil 808 Pennsylvania Police and Interstate Power Co workers found Unit sool which ell lo the bottom of a chimney prevented1 proper venting of a gns icnter in lie shop Police found the body seated in the bnrber chair shortly after 7 Snells Ambulance Service and the Mason City firedepart ment were called Firemen used Iheir rcsiiscitntor for seven min utes before IJr J E Clirislophcr son coroner arrived and pvo lounced Johnson dead Mikoyan Dulles in Meeting No 2 Russian in Visit Here WASHINGTON CD Soviet Deputy I r c m i c r Anaslus I Mikoyan strode past shouting pickets Monday o a meeting with Secretary SI a I u Dulles Mikoyan and Dulles were ex pected lo discuss the cold war on u noholdsbarred basis The Ber lin crisis was tagged as a chief topic The Russian lender 63 who ar rived from Moscow Sunday smiled broadly as he arrived at tlic State Department Seven Hun garian Freedom Fighters carry ing placards reading Go Jlome sliouled insults as he walked tip with Soviet Ambassa dor Mikhail Mcushckov MIKOYAN and rht pressed through a crowd of about I DO reporters and photographers Arriving in Dulles outer office I hey posed for pictures with Dul les seated on a divan Very glad lo sec Dulles said shaking hands with Mikoy an Once seated Dulles put his arm behind Mikoyan on the back of the divan and he two men launched into a friendly conversa about the weather Mikoyan who ranks as No 2 Kremlin leader said he also hopes lo meet with President Eisenhower during his stay in FIREMEN leavy fumes hey arrived SAID mere were in lie shop when and Johnson ap Kiircd to be dead at thai lime Cily police went lo Ihe shop ifler William Hcdolccr at whose ionic Johnson roomed notified hem that Johnson had not re urncd home Rcdckcr told offi ers that Johnson went to the lurber shop about Sun ay ALTHOUGH natural gas does ot produce sool in burning ulil ly company officials said Ihc ool undoubtedly had collected ver previous years from olher icls used lo henl Ihe shop Bollr the space healer and a uler heater vented into a pipe ml entered the base of the chim ey about eight feel above he oor With the chimney osed off by soot at hat point imcs from the space heater ap parently circulated back into the shop through Ihe water heater if they entered he pipe at all Funeral arrangements are in complele The Colonial Funeral Chape is in charge the capital WE RESPECT him in our Mikoyan said as he stepped off a Scandinavian air liner In New York It would a pleasure to sec About 400 New York policemen and government security agenls guarded iUikoyans every step as he arrived at New Yorks Idle wild Airporl at nearly two hours ahead of schedule A dozen Hungarian refugee Freedom Fighters waving anli Conimunisl placards s honied Communist Dog and murder as he left by policeescorted lim ousine for Washington The strict security precautions prevented any further demonstrations ON HIS AUTO trip from York to Washington Mikoyan seemed taken up with the Ameri can way of lie made two slops onco for coffee at a road side restaurant and another lime lo inspecl a motel At Ihc restaurant Alikoyan showed keen interest in a cigar ette vending machine and pias licwrapped donuts Stale Dcparimcnt officials said Eisenhower would be happy to meet wilh Mikoyan even Ihough his visitor has not yet requested a White House appointment Any EisenhowcrMikoyan talk how ever may be delayed until the ACTRESS RECOVERS NEW YORK UPl Aclrcss Inger Slevcns 24 was reported in fair condition Monday after ap parently having swallowed a caustic solution in her apartment Soviet leader returns from a crosscountry tour of about 10 days during which he will visit several other American cities Heavy Damage in 21Car Derailment MISSOURI VALLEY sge was reported heavy in a derailment in which 21 cars of i 65car Illinois Central freight train spun off the tracks Sunday nighl halfway belween Missouri Valley and Loveland Total 549 BY THE ASSOCIATED IKESS The nalions traffic death loll during the long New Year week n d showing sharp upward rends al the start and Ihe close edged toward the esti mate of 390 Monday The final count awaited delayed eports of accident dcalhs which icctirred up lo midnight Sunday t slarled at 6 oclock local lime cw Years Eve AJlhough it appeared possible he final total would reach the National Safely Councils esti Tialc indicalions were Ihe final oil would be under Ihc record raffic toll of 409 for a New Year oliday period I and FBI agenls continued for the nissing infant She was taken rom a fourthfloor nursery of St Hospital in Brooklyn Fri day night only 2Vi Lours after birth There are no Del Chief James B Leggett said V FREIGHT DERAILED OSKALOOSA ff Four cars of a Minneapolis St Loui freight were derailed just south of here Sunday at a crossing on new Highway 63 Officials blamed the derailment on a hot box mals on Ihc Donald Meyer southwest of Mason Cily The farm is owned by C E Cornwcli Mason City Destroyed or damaged was a barn milk house corn crib 15 milking cows 5 heifers milking equipment and a spreader Meyer said he noticed Ihc fire shortly aflcr midnight Firemen from Mason Cily Clear Lake Garner and Rockwell answered Ihc call The fire is believed lo have slarled in the haylofl of the barn The loss is partly covered by insurance Meyer said The farm is localcd three miles wcsl and Ihrec miles soulh of Mason Cily Firemen were ham pered by 18 temperatures in fighting the blaze TO BE 77 WASHINGTON Ml House Speaker Sam Rayinirn DTcx SAME NOW LOQK HERE Russias deputy premier Anas tas Mikoyan is caught in three candid poses as he his77lh toil red on foot At left the 63yearold leader hoids hat during a high wind at center he AP PhotofilM uses his hands to get a better look in a haberdashery window and at right he uses glasses to inspect a paint ing at Corcoran Art V   

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