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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 11, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North iowos Daily Newspaper Edited for the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The Newspaper That Makes All North lowans Neighbors HOME EDITION VOL 97 Associated and United Presi International Full LeaM MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY APRIL 11 1959 4 7i a Copy Corulilf ot Two 151 Prepare for 1960 Census Nose Counters to Ask Many More Questions By FRANK ELEAZER WASHINGTON UPI Peo ple who are uncommonly sensi tive about disclosing their priv ate affairs may as well make plans to spend the night of Thursday March 31 1960 at borne Thats the night the census taker will ask you what bed you are sleeping in if not your own It is not true though that he will ask your relationship to whoever owns it And if he wants to know why you didnt stay home feel free to tell him he should mind his own business WHATEVER INFORMATION you impart to Uncle Sams nose counter on this or other mat ters will be strictly between yourself and him or her as the case may be and very likely Spilling the beans can send him to jail for two years Its all part of the 1960 decen nial that means it happens ev ery 10 years census and what the government wants to do is make sure it counts everybody DOROTHY THE ELEPHANT To Face Executioner HUGO Okla Wi Dorothy doomed circus elephant will give her last performance Sunday She is to be executed before scores of curious onlookers Officials of the Carson and Barnes Circus say Dorothy is too dangerous to let live She has killed one trainer and injured another by crushing them under her head Dorothys speciality is a headstand on a barrel She has performed before countless thousands in circus tents across the nation List November near Port Arthur she killed James Lfoyd 28 a trainer Then two weeks ago she flipped ovar on purpose officials believe on Richard Shipley elephant superintendent for Carson and Barnes The latest attack convinced the circus that Dorothy can not be rehabilitated State highway patrolman Ed Vandergriff agreed to kill Dorothy with a deerrifle Circus officials said the execution will be open to the public as the Constitution requires Of course they have broad ened it out some this time They will want to know about al most every thing but the kitchen sink Census Direc tor Robert W Burgess told a House sub committee the sink was left out on the the qry that ev erybody h as ELEAZER one now so why keep on ask ing THE 1960 COUNT for the first time will cover although only in every fourth household such added items as air conditioners window models or central sys tems washing machines auto matic or only partly tele visions and radios out list only the ones that are working and Tibet Rebels Getting Help TOKYO WO Red China disclosed Saturday that antiCommunist Chinese were fighting beside Tibetan rebels and admitted the revolt was still seething in the Himalayan kingdom Peiping Radio claimed only that the uprising had been crushed in the area of Lhasa the Tibetan capital and said Red troops were now proceeding successfully to put down the armed rebellion in other The Chinese Nationalist government on Formosa said about Tibetan nomads swordwielding Goloks had joined the revolt in the north The Peiping broadcast said the largequantity of arms seized in fighting Ihe Tibetan rebels proved that they were helped by Jobless Proposal Gets OK Backed by Iowa GOP antiCommunist Chinese bathrooms inside or outside and how On that Rep George E Ship ley Dlll thought now they had gone too far Im personally in favor of doing away with about half of these Shipley said Burgess indicated that a whole lot of sociol ogists to plumbing contractors would be grieved to hear Ship leys comment He said good slatistics on things like o u t houses and bathrooms and bab ies and old folks are the life blood of planning by business and the basis for decisions by government Also the raw ma terial for forecasls by demog raphers REP AUGUST E Johansen RMich said Burgess might as well stop there and define dem ography Burgess said il comes from Ihe Greek and means the science of people That doesnt mean the psy choanalysts are taking over this job does it asked Chairman John Lesinski Bur gess assured him it didnt And as for the people who will be taking it over he said about fighting in the old Sikang pro vince of China Sikang borders Tibet in th southwest along the Yangtz wild mountainous re gion which ranges surgin sharply up to feet an separated by canyonlike gorges THE DISCLOSURE that th Sikang rebels possibly rem nants of Chiang Kaisheks armj on Ihe takin part in the Tibetan rebellion came in a report to the Chines Communist Central Committee Chang Kuoha one of the top Red Chinese experts in trying to convert Tibet to Communism was quoted as saying the up per strata of reactionaries in Ti bet are closely linked with the rebels in the former Sikang province now part of Red Szech CHANG SAID the fugitive Da lai Lamas former government in Tibet came out more and more blantantly to support sup ply and arm the rebels when part of the remnant rebels from the former Sikang province fled to His broad cast by Peiping not say when the Sikang rebels fled The flight to India of the 23 yearold Dalai Lama revered by Buddhists as Ihe Living has stirred strong re ligiousfeelings in Asia against Red China In New Delhi Indian ministry sources said the Dala Lama is expected to reach Bom dila in northeast India on Mon dav ssr AP Photofax TO actress Di ana Dors 26 poses with her fiance British comedian Dickie Dawson 28 They plan to marry Sunday night in New York after her appearance on a TV show She was married to Dennie Hamilton who died in January while they were stranged Father Goes Berserk Kills Children Self SPRINGFIELD Va 40 yearold father swinging a base ball bat with maniacal fury Saturday beat his three children to death severely bludgeonec his wife then killed himself with a butcher knife There was no immediate explanation for the sudden breakfasttime ber of these will be needed scrk attack by J B Matthews on jobs that will last mostly physicist for the Federal only two weeks They will get maybe 8 ccnls per nose counled and if they dont spend loo much lime drinking coffee can expecl lo make an hour Aviation Agency church deacon and Navy velcran of World War II The slain children were 13yearold Iwins Stephen and Sharon and Ann Susan Mai thews 14 Held Prisoner for 16 Years in Own House BOSTON widow and her daughter were held at separate hospitals Saturday after a priest and police dis covered them in a cluttered foodless house The mother had threatened suicide Her emaciated 33 yearold daughter had been held prisoner in her own home police said for 16 years Father Kenneth Murphy ac companied by police went to the home of Catherine Stearns 59 Friday night after neigh bors said she had threatened luicide After taking Mrs City Partly cloudy Os casional snow flurries Satur day night Continued cool High Sunday 3842 Low Satur day night around 26 Iowa Variable cloudiness through Sunday Occasional snow flurries cenlral and easl Saturday night and soulheasl Sunday forenoon Conlinued rather cool Lows Saturday night 2532 Highs Sunday in 40s Furlher outlook Parlly cloudy with continued below normal temperalures Mon day Minnesota Mostly cloudy snow flurries in southeast Highs Sunday 3545 GlobeGazelle wealher data up lo 8 Saturday Maximum 49 Minimum 23 At 8 33 YEAR AGO Maximum 52 Minimum 26 Michigan Man Dies in TwoCar Crash MARSHALLTOWN ffi Charles Kile 17 Orton ille was killed about nidnight Friday in a twocar ollision on Highway 14 about DES MOINES Repub ican majority in Ihe Iowa Sen ale Friday pushed through on a 2919 vote the controversial family unemployment compensation bill Passage of the measure came n an almost straight party line ote after aday of debate dur ng which more than half a ozen amendments were beaten The bill strongly endorsed by he Republican party would ase jobless pay benefits on olh the size of an individuals amily and the amount of noney he has earned while errf loyed UNDER THE measure the laximum amount of jobless pay ould be a week for 26 Unemployment compensation s paid to workers who are laid ff or fired through no fault of their own The present top com pensation is per week for up to 24 weeks Labor leaders and Gov Her schel Loveless have advocated increasing maximum jobless pay benefits and modifying the laws regarding eligibility re quirements for such compensa tion The bill as drafted by the Republicans drew strong crit icism from both the Democrats arjd labor union officials They claimed that the pro posed bill Is discriminatory towards the singleworker would make em ployers reluctant to hire work ers with large families would increase the persons ineligible to yDeceive benefits and in general ments point of view on paying unemployment compensation LABOR UNION officials fur ther maintained that the amount of increased benefits actually would amount to not more than onehalf per cent greater than before However Senate Majority Leader Jack Schroeder R Davenporl chief backer of the bill argued that it would in crease average jobless pay ben efits about per family The bill ilself scales payments upward to a maximum of a week depending upon Ihe size of the family and previousincome by the wage earner The maxi mum of would go to a work er with a non working wife four or more children and who had earned a minimum of and over in the previous calendar quarter In summing up the opposition to the measure Sen Jake Mincks DOttumwa said he felt Ihere is more bad lhan good as far as benefits con lained under this He said The bill is nol only discriminating against a work er with a large family by mak ing il difficult for him to be hired bul Ihere is a possibilily that an unorganized worker who doesnt have the prelection of a union will be hil first when layoffs Mincks said Pick Chicago for GOP Convention AP Photofax ME NOT ON GUARD a German Shepherd is all busi at such bases around the country were ness as he and his handler patrol a Nikevery The Army vouchedthat the Hercules missile site near San FrancisNike sites are manned 24 hours a day co The Army reacted quickly to a con with both crewmen and dogs and not gressmans charge that security policies merely8 hours daily as charged HOME NOT TYPICAL Sniping at Trade Fair Exhibit WASHINGTON The American exhibit soon to open in Moscow has turned in two of the slrangest footnotes lo Ihe cold war While Moscow and Washing Ion rallied missiles at each other struggled for the favor of uncom milled countries and maneuvered in the German crisis heres what Was happen ing on the U S fair U S businessmen were stand ing deep in line with offers to show for free sometimes at considerable expense to them selves their choicest products in the capital of the country avowedly oul to destroy capital ism The Russians before a bar Jin the press this week nol national agreement will resume for Ihe six a high degree of mulual con fidence and bul were going beyond the bargain to help the display expecled to attract Russian visitors an hour RUSSIAN HEtPFU L N E S S outside of the agreement in eluded Allowing a restaurant to oper ate there now for the U S fair staff volunteer preparation of food at a nominal cost for the American staff permission to move into Moscow tons of food supplies for the Americans wilh oul duly provision of an office Then Ihe official Soviel news agency Tass gol into Ihe act his week 11 said a home in luded in the U S exhibit would only were living up to an interjnolbe typical Americana Dont be foolcci by such hokum it told weeks of the fair starling July 25 McClellan slill is arduously sleeriug clear of anylhing he Ihinks could smack of the cold war argument in Communist eyes For example aboul books in the U S exhibit bul no copies of Ihe Soviel banned Dr Zhivago therell be playlhings to show he tots but no military toys McCLELLAN INSISTS the ex libilion will convey neilher propaganda nor a sales pitch Thats where Tass disagreed I said Ihe lypical American lome wont be lypical at all said Tass Ihere s no more Irulh in showing Ihis as a lypical homeof the Amcri an worker than say in show Top Post Goes to Morton Ike Leads Victory Talk FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON Republicans Saturday picked Chicago for their 1960 national convention starling July 25 The GOP Nalional Committee acted speedily and without de bate on Ihe recommendation of a site committee that selected Chicago over five other cities Richard Cooper of New Hamp shire a member of the site committee offered the resolu llon It was seconded by Ed ward S Shatluck of THE DEMOCRATS h a v picked Los Angeles for their na tional convention starting July 11 The committee also elected Sen Thruslon B Morton of lucky as its chairman Morton President Eisenhow ers nominee retiring Chairman Meade Alcorn was elected without contest In accepting the chairmanship Morion classed himself as a middle of the road Republi can The was given a standing ovation when ie declared were coming back from a party low point in 1958 Ray C Bliss Ohio state man and head of the Republican site committee announced his groups selec tion of Chica go He said the convention will meel in the Interna lional Amphi thealer Bliss said there was some senti ment for an August c o n venlion but the site group MORTON Truck Speeds Out of Control lowan Dies WOODBINE A 12ton port able feed grinder went oul of conlrol on a hill on a rural road a milp west of here late Friday and carried Don C Corwin income tax directors office the Russians Harold C McClclIan manager of the American exhibition is keeping his fingers crossed that the earlier lull in the cold war ng the Taj Mahal as the typical jhome of a Bombay textile work finally concluded that Chicagos auditorium and hotel facilities offset the date factor CHICAGO HAD limited its fold of cash plus a free hall and other benefits to a July 25 meeting date because the am phitheater was committed to an other convention in August Chicago won over Philadel phia New York San Francis co Los Angeles and Miami UNWANTED EXEMPTION CHICAGO UPI The Chica Stearns in hand police searched for half an hour be fore her daughter wo miles north of here Mary 33 under a pile of debris and blankets Police said the daughter was in such a wild state she had to be tied She was calmed and taken to City Hospital where doctors began the proc ess of building her up The mother was taken to State Hospital A doctor sard the daughters thighs were no thicker than mans weighed Uss thin 60 pounds SAME SKUNKED ELIZABETHON Tenn to his death TwoSalurday said a man claimed Snavely called police Satmen riding with Corwin jumpedihis motherinlaw as a dcpend urday to rout a skunk colony j clear before the Iruck crashedjenl and added Ihe following under her house and ended upjbut suffered injuries thai senljplainlive note Please note my in full relrcal herself The polhem lo a hospital at Missourijnew exemption If you can lice fired tear gas pellets under Valley They arc James her removal from Ihe house chasing oul Mrs Davis and Verson Smilh both of ihome Ill gladly pay Ihe contributed by around Crimtsilvr li n i I n e 1 T n n O 1 t 1 9fl t H V i cr Plans call for a house with furnishings costing another Exhibitors providing the house and furnishings sluck to their guns They say a man earning aboul a week could buy Ihe house loday The U agreement provides also for a Soviet ex hibition lo be held in New York starling in June The exhjbition jn Moscow Beach Bliss said the site group picked Ghicago for several rea One he said is that Chi cago is a neutral area as far as Republican Presidential nom ination possibilities are con cerned He said the only other neutral areas among the bidders were Philadelphia and Miami Beach Bliss said the two California cities were not regarded as neu llra areas because Vice Presi Snavely but nol Ihe skunks jWoodbine 500 fornia and New York Gov Nel Tt son Rockefeller are prospective i companies U S private enlerjcandidates fof the nomination j prise has underwritten more lhan a million dollars lo help Ihe fair The federal government in veslmenl is limited lo mil lion AS A RESULT works of art documentary films and the like will be accompanied by a great range of commercial products Some examples RCA color TV 22 cars and trucks from six American man ufacturers a fish skinner from the Townsend Engineering DesMoines and a Maytag Corp gas dryer from Newton Iowa Strangelooking devices to the Russians will be four American voting machines courtesy of the Shoup Voting Machine Corp A REPUBLICAN victory in 1960 was predicted Friday night by both President Eisenhower and Vice President Richard M Nixon Eisenhower sent a message to the committee from his Geor gia vacation headquarters He said such a victory will be as sured if we stand resolutely for and work energetically to implement those fundamentals in which we believe as Republi The President told the com mittee the nation supports a bal anced budget Nixon told a banquet audience it is not enough for Republicans to believe in balanced budgets RUSSIANS DONT BELIEVE IT This is a sketch of the house priced at loss furnishings and lot which the Russian press considers a propa ofNew York The estimated and private A sure i L million visilors will get alcandidate for the parlys 1960 ganda display and not the typical Amer cjiancc to volCf no on Aether presidential nomination the AP PJiolofax ican workers home The house will be erected in Moscow as part of the U S trade exhibit lo keep Nikita Khrushchev on as premier but on what they like best at the fair Vice President won a standing ovation from the National Com mittee members   

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