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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 28, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION VOL VJ AuocUted The Newspaper That Makes All North I o wans Neighbors United FuU Wire MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY APRIL 28 1959 To Copy of Two Oh NO in New Invasion Fears Grip Country Panama Accuses Cuba Trading Stamps Broadened Now One Can Get Admission to Broadway Play From the GlobeGazettes Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGXpN Those trad ing stamps you get at business places could take you to My Fair Lady or for that matter to almost any other Broadway hit you want to see So far the gimmick has been limited to one Supermarket Fair which puts out its own stamps through a subsidiary but even covers 300 stores on the Atlantic seaboard The scheme opens up for the Broadway stage what could be Variety Magazine hazards the biggest free promotional ride in its fn addition to at tracting new audiences to the theatre the provid ing valuable free publicity and premium catalogue listings TICKETS TO My Fair Lady now available for performances after July 15 come at four threefifths books of trading stamps Each book contains 500 stamps and since each stamp represents a 10 cent pur chase that means that My Fair Lady comes as a premium for the purchase of S690 worth of groceries estimated at about a five months supply for the av erage family An orchestra seat for the Tennessee Williams hit Sweet Bird of Youth costs the housewife only four books of stamps or the PARIS S Secretary of in canned goods and other cojState Christian A Herter ar mestibles SONG OF LOVE ENDED Brigitte Barclot and guitar player Sacha Distel who once were as close as this arent anymore The French actress secretary issued this statement in Paris I have AP Phoiofiix Miss Bardot to inform the press that she has severed all relations with Mr Sacha The couple en gaged for about a year Is shown at the film festival at Venice a few months ago Shipment of Arms From Claims Rebels Being Hired PANAMA W Panama charged Tuesday that hired fighters are massing in Cuba for more invasion attempts to over throw President Ernesto de Ja Guardia Minister of Government Jose D Bazan told the National As sembly two or three more in vasion boatloads are being pre pared in Cuba to bring to about 400 the number of Cubans at tempting to invade The government claims he Cu bans are hired by Panamanian revolutionists Bazan indicated his informa tion about more invaders came from three captured members of the first landing Cubans and 4 Panamanians who landed on a deserted beach on Panamas east coast Saturday Three were drowned in the land ing including the Panamanian commander Herter in Welcome to Paris cool Tuesday night low Sun ny with high cloudiness and warmer Wednesday high up per 60s rived from Washington Tuesday Other shows are scaled lower You can get into a matinee of the comedy Make a Million for just one book or only in grocery money If all this sounds improbable just remember that trading stamps have yet to reach their potential Why just the other week a Baptist church in Alice T e offered to reward each to help wrap up Western pro posals on Germany for the Geneva foreign ministers con ference with the Soviet Union In a brief arrival statement Herter said he is confident the West will approach the Geneva meeting with unity and firm ness of He referred to disagreements among the Allies over proposals Sunday School goer with two stamps Attendance was up sub stantially the next Sunday to be made to the Soviet Union saying it is wholly natural that the Western Countries should regard the questions to TRADING STAMPS were firstjbe discussed with the Soviets Iowa Clear cool Tuesday night lows in the upper 30s north lower 40s south Sunny and wanner Wednesday highs in the 60s north lower 70s south Further day mostly fair and warm Minnesota Fair and warmer Highs Wednesday 5568 Balanced Budget Promised WASHINGTON Uft Senate Democratic Leader Lyndon B Johnson of Texas Tuesday told he Chamber of Commerce hat Congress will appropriate ess than the billion budgeted by President Eisenhower for the coming fiscal year I believe in a balanced landing barges and the BAZAN SAID the main body of the invaders had occupied and sacked the townof Nombre de Dios Monday after an ad vance of 35 miles along the coast He gave no details of damage to the town or its peo ple but said National Guar troops were patrolling off th coast of the area Both the Panamanian and Cu ban governments were trying t get the invaders to surrende without a fight Two officer from Fidel Castros Cuban arm arrived early Tuesday from Ha vana to try to contact the in vadcrs The Cuban charge daf faires and the Panamanian gov ernment appealed by air dropped leaflets One brief skirmish was report ed between National Guardsmen AP Photofax LITTLE RICHARDS PLIGHT Owner Larry Wil son Owasso crept as close as he could to take this picture of his coon hound Little Richard trap ped five clays andliights in a rock crevice RESCUE DELAYED Dog Trapped 5 Days in Crevice Growing Weak Globe Gazette weather data here Johnson said in an address to the businessmen at the chambers 47th annual meeting up to 8 Tuesday Maximum Minimum At 8 Precipitation used by retailers as a promo tional device to attract and hold customers as far back as 1891 The first independent trading stamp company established solely to sell stamp operating services and materials to retail ers was set up by Thomas Sper ry in 1896 The first customers were number of small retailers New England from somewhat different points of BUT HE SAID he has no doubt the Western Allies will agree wholeheartedly on the position they will take in Geneva j Herter stepped from his four engincd Air Force plane and Maximum Minimum 52 38 49 trace 62 44 Mrs Luce Confirmed as Envoy to Brazil WASHINGTON The Sen HIS WORDS were applauded warmly We may not raise all the money the President wants us to he explained but well appropriate less than he has asked usvto The budget Eisenhower sent to Congress in January as balanced invasion force on the beach The government said casualties were inflicted on the Cubans but that none of the Guard was hit THE UNITED STATES an nounced it is supplying Pana mas defense force with small arms to fight off in vaders Under the Mutual Security Act any member of the OAS is eligible for small arms ammunition and supplies in an emergency called for an increase in the tax on highway fuels and higher postal rates This was one tax increase recIGSS these two increases would per In Washington meanwhile he Council of the Organization of American States voted unani mously Tuesday to help Panama JOHNSON TOLD the chamber stop a force of invaders brought that since 1955 Congress has culin from Cuba The vote camemcndcd hv tne Gop was a majority floor leader OWASSO Okla fate of rockbound Little Richard a coon hound stuck tightly nearly five days in a crevice of a rock embankment ap peared Tuesday to rest with a tiny Tulsa man or last re sort dynamiting Weve got to get him out today or said tafrry Wilson the dogs owner A veterinarian said he probab ly cant last the day unless we Albert Leeds 37 volunteered to try to squeeze his 3foot 60pound frameinto the nar row fissure in an attempt to free Little Richard Rotary drills and jackham mers have been used on the Decides Not to Adjourn Legislature Argues Pay FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES DES MOINES The Senate Tuesday defeated a mo tion which would have adjourned the current legislature Friday at 5 A countermotion to defer ac tion on the resolution vas of fcred by Majority Floor Leader Senator Jack Schrocdcr R lie said with re apportionment and appropria tions the way they are we would bo derelict iC we set Friday for final His motion was overwhelmingly approved by a voice vote The original motion was made by veteran Sen Frank Byers RMarion who said lets end the session and stop the SEN JOHN WALKER RWif Hams supported Bycrs and said the Senate now in its 107th day has not accomplished any thing since the spring recess lie further charged that the reapportiotimcnt issue has been held in front of us for the last several weeks Why didnt we get into it Walker than asserted that both parlies arc to If the leaders had stayed out of it we would have passed it the reapporUonmcnt bill three or four weeks he said Walker then senators that we arc wasting the tax payers money and our If Ihe Senate passed the orig inal motion their pay per day would end at 5 Fri day If it was necessary to con tinue the session longer after the resolution was passed the senators would receive no fur ther pay MEANWHILE HOPE for apportionrncnt in this session has dimmed again Majority Floor Leader CJark McNeaJ R Belmond said there had been a number of back sliders in it clear money had nothing to uhc House since a compromise do with efforts to rescue the redistrictihg plan was drafted thick rock Workers ground to within two feet of the hound when they quit at midnight but Wilson said pace wasnt fast enough The drills and hammers wont he added The rock is just soap Theyve made holes all over the rock but it wont crack or crum Wilson reported the dog was awfully weak and no longer barking or whining Wilson said the hound was worth about 5200 but he made dog Hes just a real good dog and we dont want to see htm Wilson said GOP to Back Cent Smokes Tax Hike DES MOINES UPI It apjand it would be increased to 3 ears likely that Iowa smokersiper cent ill pay an additional one cent er package state cigarette tax According to the figures com piled by Gov Herschel C Love mmended by Senate Republiproduce about ans after a caucus Tuesday ycar to lne state he other lax increase recomj Sen Jack Schroeder RDav confirmed Mrs Clarejtotal decrease in approprialionsjlion lax nj h L f iBoolhe Luces nomination as of ing Cuba had condemned the1 Both of these bills havP handshakes for the welcoming mv j u i n i iidu tunuLmntu me nuui 01 mee oius wave i4UUJl a UMI The big trading stamp spree lv to Brazil Approval I pi edict that this congressimvasion Action means it willjready passed the House andiwhich would increase the slate actually began after the Korean of the nomination climaxed a will be no he the InterAmerican peacenow are awaiting action by thejincome lax by about 6 per Johnson said Democrats and machinery to work in stoppingSenate Ways and Means Comjcent but the Senate has by a bipartisan committee last Thursday Weve lost them from both the small population counties and the larger coun McNeal said The situation isnt hopeless McNeal said but it now appears uncertain whether the proposed compromise will pass He1 said several Republicans and may be around 15 Democrats who went home last weekend pared to vole for the compro mise now indicate they will not support it A Conference Committee ap pointed to work out the differ ences between two plans one passed by the House and the oth er by the Senate was scheduled to meet Tuesday afternoon ate by a topheavy vole presidential budget for spokesmen for every cent boost in the slates not mention any increase in j 1 jthe income tax Thc House has passed a bill war Two years ago the U S Department of Agriculture esti mated that about half of all U S families collect and save trading MORE THAN HALF the trad ing stamps given out come from retail food stores For woman WITH THE AID of crutches he long and bitter fight by Sen timales Henry T Badger a eral marketing researcher trading stamps were given out An Agriculture Department spe cial study of January 1959 showed that in 1956 retailers had paid out million for trading stamps equivalent to about 168 billion stamps or total retail The walked over to a group of pho tographers behind a police bar rier and posed for several min utes Then Herter went into an airport reception room and made his statement first in ighlly accented French andj in English for three British French and Wayne Morse DOre against the appointment of the 56year old playwright former congress woman and former ambassador to Italy Rep James Polk of Ohio Dies at 62 Republicans alike have a stake in a sound economy and a bal anced budget a balanced budget is riot a partisan issue except in the the advance of tha force per JLLIH UUL niK nas ap invadingjmittee which handles all thejproved a measure which would tax bills Uie the state income tax to the The present state cigarette federal income tax The Iowa CRAMPS HER STLYE WIIITTON Vera Cristison said the thief who grabbed her Tucsdayj WASHINGTON7 UPI Rep j would never have gotten away I West German foreign G Rolk DOhio died if she hadnt been wearing high JTuesday at the Walter Reed heeled shoes and a tight skirt Arthur Godfrey May iArniv Hospilal He was 62 PolkjMrs Cristison 37 who gave up c D ihad been ailing for more thanlthc chase after 200 yards Have Lung Cancer year once a star hurdles racer NEW YORK UPI Arthur Godfrey disclosed Tuesday he 2 Suspended Sentences for Herme tax per package is three cents and it would be four cents if the increased to measure passes thc Senate The present taxpayer then would pay the state government 8 per cent of his total federal tax burden Howevcr neither house has corporation tax is 2 per centlacted on the other houses bill SAME IOWA SAFETV DEPARTMENT thC may be suffering from lung sales of about billion volume was substantially same for 1957 and was believed j Although in previous slate to have held up in 1958 as well ments thc personality Kansas forbids the issuance oflreferred to the ailment thatj Heavy Rains Pelt Southern Iowa Northfl West Missed Mason City Monday afternoon in Federal Court at Fort Dodge given suspended twoyear I sentences on each of two counts J Judge Henry N Graven sen jtenced Herme The suspended terms are to run concurrently A Federal Court jury April 3 found Herme guilty of falsifying Jan application for a loan from tradmg stamps and most otherjhospitalized him Monday as a Skies cleared over Iowa TuesiXorth English Clarencethe Federal Housing Adminis states have special statutes Teg chest tumor beneath the left day after drenching Brooklyn Thc jury also ulating stamp activity The Fedshoulder he now pJaccsithd Van Meter Toledo found him guilty of giving false eral Trade Commission Octothe turner m his left lung Tracy Haverhill to a local loan com her 1957 ruled the plans not thing is malignant then at Vintbn pany representative knowing themselves an unfair method theres real trouble Many other places had fromthe information would be given of competition and the Securhave to take the whole lung The outlook now is for to nearly an inch of rajn to tnfi FHA 6 iticiand Exchange Com mission he said in a statement mild weather jjttle or no rain fell in the Herme was placed on fouri in January 1958 held it had will undergo expIoratoryiThursday an arca faadly nced Qf g bation Duri lh t more authority fo regulate tradjsurgcry for the tumor onThursl Other of the heaviest itihie he is not to act in any caj ing stamps than it would have to regulate box tops Nevertheless these plans rcj main the target of nonpartici pating retailers and some con sumer groups thc hottest bat tles being conducted at the sfale level day DIES AT 64 fall reports were Davenport The thundcrshowcrs were acipacity as a real estate broker inches Newton by hail at s o m salesman Hewas ordered Gilman Duplaccs But no significant damnob to cooperate with or work MOSCOW Lc Claire Bondage has been reported in conjunction with anyone else orina Voroshilov 64 wife of d u r a n t parts of Desi Riv Soviet President Klimenti Voro shilov died April 26 it was re ported Tuesday Rivers in southern Iowa were in thc real estate business Moincs Council Bluffs but only minor local Maximum sentence n each Oakland Grinncll flooding was likely the Wcalhcrjcouht could have been two years Monlezuma Oskaloosa Bureau said I imprisonment and a fine SHOWS HOW HE DID IT Doug Ki bert 8 poses in the bul letriddled truck in which he and his parents Mr and Mrs were riding when attacked by an unknown assailant Kibert was killed and hiYwife v AP critically wounded Doug took over the wheel and steered the truck several miles over a bumpy road for The boy had had experience driving family tractor 4   

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