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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 13, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                El North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The Newspaper That Makes All North lowans Neighbors VOL HOME EDITION Associated ind United Press International Full Wires MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY APRIL 13 1959 I 7o a Copy Paper Consists of Two IS 10 Weekend Road Deaths Counted One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLU U3UUI U45 Sunday WO1 Amti Tuesday WTAD Quincj 930 Thurs WSUL U City 4910 Sat Inflation Has to Be Curbed OFTEN YOU HEAR it said that the most important thing in the solution of a prob lem is recognizing its character If that be true and I believe it is we may be getting some where in our attack on inflation The evidence is impressive that the people of America are wak ing up to the menace inflation poses to our nations wellbeing Not so many weeks ago I dealt with the subject in two com mentaries The first one was titled Inflation Is Our No 2 exceeded only by the threat of world Communism and the second commentary was Dishonest Dollar is the Real The latter was directed to the disquieting trend toward printing press money unsupported by real value such as was the case when we were on the gold standard Curiously enough and en couraging it is too this latter commentary attracted one of the heaviest mails from listen ers and readers Ive had in re cent years One of these reached me from a friend of long stand ing in California one of the two most learned authorities on the complicated subject of money I have ever known AFTER PAYING ME the com pliment of saying that my com mentary about the natural con sequences of our paper money practices was understandable and to the point he invited my attention to an aspect of the in flation problem that I hadnt dealt with in either of the two commentaries here recalled His reference was to local tax AP Photofax HAPPY Nye fresh from a suspended death sentence in Cuba is hugged by his stepfather Daniel Lynch on his arrival at Chi cago Airport Nye was given 48 hours to get out of Cuba but he took only 45 minutes Rebels Release Yank Nye Given Death Penalty HAVANA A Cuban mili ary tribunal Sunday pronounced a death sentence on Alan Robert Nye for an alleged assassination attempt against Fide Castro but allowed the 32yearold American to leave prison a free man The tribunal suspended its death sentence against the gang ing Whitmg man on con dition he leave Cuba within 48 lours Nye left Havana with hours to pare He arrived in New Or eans by air Sunday afternoon and then flew on without com ment to his home in Whiting nd The court said the sentence vould be executed if Nye ever returns to Cuba Nye a former navalpilot vrlked out of grim La Cabana ortress overlooking Havana at dawn nearly two hours after the hreeman tribunal had declared him guilty of attempting to kill county and com es state munity Despite some painful increas es and much wrote William Chamberlain of Sara toga a number of states are already in serious financial trouble Among these are Cali fornia Michigan and New The news dispatches of late of course have been filled with information about all three In New York the legislature is on the way to stepping up taxes substantially to avoid deficit government In Michigan cor porate taxpayers have helped out by kicking in ahead of time House Takes Up Election Laws Bills DES MOINES W Two bills to implement recommendations of the Iowa Legislative Investi gating Committee for tightening Iowa election laws were taken up by the House Monday One would prohibit any per son firm or organization outside Iowa from contributing money goods or services to an Iowa election campaign and any Iowa political candidate from accept ing such contributions It was passed 6727 and sent to the Senate The other bill would require the establishment of county ab sentee ballot commissions on a bipartisan basis One member of each major political party would go out to receive the bal lot of a shutin or other person voting by absentee ballot within the countv and both then would PRESIDENT VERY DISTURBED Believe Dulles Has Failed to Respond to Treatments for Stomach Cancer WASHINGTON retary of State John Foster Dulles has failed to respond satisfactorily to treatment for abdominal cancer and Presi dent Eisenhower is very con cerned about the 71yearold Cabinet member That was the report from high administration officials after Dulles suddenly cut short his Florida vacation and flew back here Sunday for further medical observation at Walter Reed Army Hospital Dulles appeared thin and drawn as he stepped from the Presidents plane Columbine III but he told reporters I feel Vice President Richard greeted him at the airport Eisenhower was described as very He vis ited Dulles the hospital Monday when he returned from Augusta for a 24 hour round of engagements before resuming his vacation there After the meeting a spokes man for the President said any decision as to Dulles fut ure official role would be put off pending additional medi cal observation and treat The President was pictured as primarily concerned at this time about the secretarys health and not with the prob lem of whether Dulles would return to the State Depart ment helm State Department Press Of ficer Lincoln White who vis ited Dulles at the hospital said it is now desirable he have a period of further medi cal White de clined to comment further But other sources told Unit ed Press International the ad ditional observation apparent ly was necessary to determine what further treatment for Dulles was required One high government of ficial said medical authorities were clearly disappointed in Dulles progress since he un derwent massive radiation treatment at Walter Reed This official said the physici ans had informed the White House that Dulles was not re sponding to the treatment as had been hoped when he went to Florida two weeks ago West Offers Revised ATest Control Plan GENEVA dfi The ones which cause dangerous radioactive fallout States and Britain asked the So viet Union Monday to agree to a prompt controlled suspension of astro the rebel chieftain who nuclear weapons tests on or near nmv s now Cubas premier THE THREE JUDGES took ess than eight minutes to con sider the testimony given at 5V hour trial Held in the ballroom of the officers club at La Ca jthe surface of the ing the problem of other types of blasts for later negotiations Informants said the proposal provided for splitting up the test suspension problem It was ad vanced as the talks resumed after ah Easter recess Such an agreement would not cover very high altitude and un derground atomic and hydrogen weapons blasts Such explosions to police in any event be covered in some sub sequent agreement reached after the first problem had been solved U S Ambassador James J Wadsworth and British Minis ter of Slate David OrmsbyGor Nye arrested m the eastern First Soviet reaction was rejproposed dividing the nuclea rovince on Dec problem inio with the 3 i f tW Ll v WfJt CTIfl 11W 13 IV J Lit Lilt jhad been a prisoner m La Ca Umkr the ncw of getting quick agreemen Mason City Generally fair and warmer through Tuesday Lov Monday night about 30 Hig Tuesday lower 60s Iowa Generally fair through Tuesday Low Monday night in 30s High Tuesday in 60s Further outlook Wednesday bana since January agreement would be reached aton he typos of tests easiest to gartly cloudy and continuec mild FiveDay Iowa Temperatures will average near normal Mild at the beginning of the period and turning cooler to wards the end of the week Normal minimums are in the middle 30s in the north to the upper 30s in the south Nor mal maximums are in the up per 50s in the north to the low er 60s in the south Precipita tion will average to inches occurring as scattered showers mostly the latter half of the week He was whisked out of the an once on banning surface nucleidetccl The ending of such test cient fortress to the luxury Ha bana Hilton Hotel in the custody of Consul General Jame Brown Accompanying them were Nyes stepfather Danie Lynch of Whiting and his fam ily lawyer Joseph Sullivan A Cuban revolutionary soldier Lt Ignacio Mendieta armec with a rifle also went along with orders to carry out the tri bunals sentence if Nye stayed in Cuba later than Tuesday Fine exclaimed Lynch when the court pronounced its suspended sentence I am sure relieved Its NYE WHO had listened im passively to the verdict pro nounced first in Spanish and hen in English told reporters I have nothing to The lean 6foot3 defendant declared at the beginning of the file the ballot with the counlyjMinnesota Sunny and warm however f am but thatsmerely postponing showdown Californias at thej stage of crying in its beer THE auditor Action was deferred Highs Tuesdav 5565 measure no clearly defined action as yet THE VENERABLE CALIFOR nian formerly of Cedar Rapids Iowa and Chicago pointed to the necessity of providing for such items as schools fire and police protection hospitals and courtsat the state and local level From the necessity of in creasing wages to meet the ris ing cost of he added there is no escape Neither is there escape from the rising cost of And this led him into a dis cussion of the marked diffcr i ty 1 am not GlobeGazette weather data up Tne tribunal composed of the INVESTIGATING Comjto 8 Monday I president Capt Oscar Alvarado mittee during its study covering nearly two years of election procedures and campaign prac tices reported it found evidence of heavy contributions by out state labor organizations to the 1956 campaign of Gov Herschel Loveless The committee said these con tributions violated one of Iowas present laws but the statute was difficult to enforce because there was no provision for a penalty against the person making the contributions Loveless denied he had any knowledge at the time that out Maximum Minimum At 8 Precipitation YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 49 23 38 trace 56 27 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Sunday Maximum Minimum Precipitation 50 31 18 Capt Eledio Jose Andres Machin and Lt Estevez had be fore it the specific charges of collaborating with Fulgencio Batista the former regime in cendiarism and conspiracy to kill Castro Cuban police alleged that Nye had been offered 000 to kill the rebel leader The prosecution called nine witnesses mostly rebel officers The defense called only Sulli van as a character witness Prepare for 3 Satellite Launchings WASHINGTON UPI The United States plans to launch more earth satellites two from Cape Canaveral and one from Vandenberg Air Force Base Calif If all goes well the three manmade moons will be fired skyward by midnight THE NEW satellites are de signed to glean more data on the earths makeup and weath lh f t kj er and explore the possibility of also would avoid any health haz ards to the worlds population THE SOURCES pointed out that the United States and Brit ain would prefer an agreement covering the entire range of tests But the Western powers recognised that this conference which began its deliberations on Oct 31 now was bogged down on EastWest differences about controls limited agree ment now suggested as a first step wouldiequlre less elaborate policing arrangements than a ban The Western powers lowcver want foolproof contro milt into any type of agreemen they sign The plan would ban all test t or near ground level whic cause dangerous fallout It woui permit high altitude and dee underground blasts which Wes ern experts contend produce larmful results WESTERN OFFICIALS wer lopeful their new formula migh elp soften the Soviet Union damant stand against a veto rce inspection system to polic he proposed agreement bannin uclear tests Judging from the line takei i a Soviet Foreign Ministr Lalement Sunday the Soviet po ition has not changed since th onference recessed March 19 Easter after five futile Toll for the Year Hits 172 15 Ahead of 1958 Pace THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Ten persons were killed five 01 them Sunday as the result of motor vehicle accidents in Iowa during the weekend The weekend totals sent Iowas traffic toll for the year to 172 or 15 ahead of he total for the date a year ago In one of the accidents an 11yearold girl Peggy Watfact of near Bankston was killed in a mishap involving her bicycle and a tractor The other dead are Milford Ross 18 of near Mount Pleasant Ardelle Ernst 22 Bellcvue Thomas J Pilcher 54 Sioux City Wayne L Copeland 28 Red Oak Dora Fitzsimmons 88 Dei Moincs John Racek 47 Omaha Bob 20 Center Point Charles Ortonville Mich Don Corwin 48 Woodbine Ross was killed and two other youths were injured when their car went out of control on a curve on Highway 34 a mile west of New London Sunday A witness said the car rolled over about eight times as it plunged into a ditch and Ted Odier 17 also of Mount ir AP Pholofax NEW SATELLITE This Jules Vernelooking devise is a satellite which the hopes to launch next the first step toward exploring the planet Venus Huge solar cells in the paddlelike fins will convert the suns energy into electricity Weighing be tween 50 and 75 pounds the satellite is designed to reach a high orbit miles above the earth ence between the local and the ofslale labor interests had con federal government approach to hls campaign fund the problem of financing theseHe said however he learned of c fnn t nr i f i enm m ft items The federal he pointed out can and does print all the additional money required to cover its annual deficits Thus there is no limit to the amount of money avail able to Of course as you point he observed nothing less this than constitutes a shabby method of expropriation of the dollar savings of the The states and their subdi visions possessing no such pow he continued must get their revenues from taxation So the shrinking dollar has al ready spelled trouble for them the labor contributions sometime after the money had been re ceived by his campaign commit tee REP JACK R OO N E Y D Council Bluffs said he didnt think the bill was constitutional He said it would interfere with freedom of the press and if strictly enforced would elimi nate from Iowa magazines carrying articles on political subjects and political announce ments on television if they origi nated outside Iowa Rep Clark McNeal RBel mond chairman of the Investil gating Committee replied i There secret that there and to these troubles there is no navc bccn aml De strong efl end in fors from outside the stale io WHAT WILL BE the of the stales and their when the putting huge reconnaissance satellites into orbit in the fu jlurc The Cape Canaveral shot is scheduled to be a unique 2inl launching with the Vanguard rocket It will carry an instru mented satellite for measuring the magnetic field solar radia tion and meteor effects and a 30inch inflatable sphere for checking air density ACTUALLY the Canaveral scientists may put three objects in orbit if all goes well The Since the conference first con Ocl 31 the United Stales Britain and the Soviet Union have agreed on seven articles o a draft treaty But there has been no progress toward a solu tion to the EastWest squabble on manning control posts and in spection teams and the voting procedures to be followed by the control commission have re mained in dispute The Russians clearly still want a veto over any inspection and control machinery established to enforce a test ban The United Pleasant are hospitalized at Mount Pleasant Neff has a broken arm and possible in ternal injuries Odier has a broken left shoulder Ernst died Sunday ina Dav enport hospital of injuries suf fered in a twocar accident near Maquoketa April 1 Seven other people were injured in that crash Pilcher a packinghouse worker died early Sunday sev eral hours after being struck by a car driven by John A Ray 35 of Sioux City Pilcher had been given a sus pended sentence after pleading guilty to a charge of man slaughter in canncction with he death of Miss Edna Steinert of Le Mars on Jan 11 1958 Copeland died Sunday in a Council Bluffs hospital of in uries received Apdl 4 in a two car collision west of Red Oak n Highway 34 PILCHER WAS involved in a wocar collision which Kcincrt was killed Mrs Fitzsimmons died Satur ay of injuries suffered Friday vhen she was struck by a car riven by Barbara Peterson 17 f Des Moines Racek was killed when his ar rolled after sideswiping an ther on Highway 92 east of terse t Comreed an airman home on ave was killed Saturday hen the car in which he was third and final stage of the states and Brj1ain insist o a rocket assembly is expected tocontro svslcm sct on a truiv dmS missed a curve on High o into orbit with he two satel S T P y wav 150 southwest of Walker mio oiou wun me iwo saiei ntcrnalional basis organized to has CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 This bill is by a number of people to keep Ijwa elections for lowans honeseffort j daughter lovanna Lloyd at the boughcovered casket at a Spring cemetery Wright who AP Photolax died Thursday at 89 was buriedafter his plain coffin was carried to the burial plot by a horsedrawn cart as he requested operate with a minimum of gov ernment inferfcrcnce ilcs At VanrJenberg the Air Force will try to put a Discoverer satellite into a southnorth polar orbit This launching will bci part of a longrange endcavorj to develop satellites capable ofj OJ Rocf m Tlnch scanning the earth with tele DGSr In iasn vision and photographic cam eras Cowboy Comes Out GARDEN GROVE Calif When cowboy actor Lash LaRue The Discoverer hit his wife during a domestic probably will eject a package argument she picked up the tel of instruments which scientists ephone police reported But she will try to recover However didnt call She socked defense officials were mum onhim with it Then officers said this aspect of the experiment LaRues sisterinlaw Mrs J M Osborn clobbered him with a mop After five stitches were taken in his scalp LaRue was booked on suspicion of assault battery and disturbing the peace Sunday The complaint was signed by his wife Paddie and Mrs Osborn SETTLEMENT NEAR MILWAUKEE A labor ex pert said Monday settlement in the strike of United Auto Workers Union members at eight AllisChalmers Manufac turing Co plants around the na abutment and SAME IOWA SAFETV DEPARTMENT FIGURES Black ling means traffic Icath In hotiri tion was close at hand plunged into a creek Kiie was killed late Friday night in a twocar collision on Highway 14 about two miles north of He was student at a telegraphers school in Marshalltown Corwin was killed late Friday when a feed grinding truck in which be was riding went out of control on a county road near Woodbine Mercury Due to Make Rebound Temperatures dropped to be low freezing across Iowa Mon day morning But the Weather Bureau said spring would make something of a comeback with fair and warmer weather hrough Tuesday Spencer reported the state low of 18 degrees Readings in the 20s were common Mason City had 23 The highs of Sunday ranged from 49 at Mason City Spencer and Council Bluffs to 56 at Ce dar Rapids   

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