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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 9, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for BEVjAZETTE HOME EDITION The Newspaper That Mokes All North lowans VOL 9J VtiitA Full Wlrtt MASQN CITY IOWA SATURDAY MAY t iwr 7e Paper a Ul Confident Gromyko First in Geneva Chickens Eggs on Griddle So Jons Trying to find Out Which Should Be First By FRANK ELEAZER WASHINGTON was circulated that House Agr culture subcommittee was abou to determine at last whic comes first chicken or egg In he interest of science hurried over to the House cau cus room but it was obvious a once I Sad been misdirecte into the civil rights hearings All the talk was about integra tion In the nick of time though poultry reporter tipped that this term has other mejan ings This was indeed the Hous Agriculture subcommittee con sjdering chickens and eggs THE WITNESSES were poultry farmers but they sai unless something is done quick they wont be It developed that nobody i happy about chickens and eggs e e p t the housew i v e s who are buy ing em now a t bargain prices that may never be duplicated At least the poul try men said they sure hope not W ha tthe poultry farmer gets for hi product these days doesnt even cover his feed bills the wit nesses said Not even all the housewive are pleased Take Hazel Bowles A very wife of Rep William Mrs Avery has been paying her egg man 60 cents a dozen and for small ones a that IT WAS CONGRESSMAN Averys husbandly duty to g home and tell Hazel to star reading the grocery ads The supermarkets here are adver tising them at 35 to 45 cents and one witness produced a re cent tear sheet from a Washing ton paper offering grade A mediums at 29 cents Everybody had his own idea why a 11 this is so but a lot of the chicken farmers kept get ting back to that word integra tion It seems that in the chicken business this refers to a recenl development in which feed mills try to increase their market by moving into thehen house In some cases it was said they are in the poultry business right from scratch and all the way through to the packaged less breasts and thighs OTHERS JUST ovtr production although it did seem this was a little like spying the reason we have unemploymenl is that some people cant find jobs Whatever the cause the sub committee said something will hve to be done about it and I guess we all better buy eggs and chicken cheap while we can because it probably wont last All that talk about chicken and eggs and the subcommittee never did decide which comes first But Rep Charles H Brown said as far as hes concerned its the chicken Brown said the government has been fiddling around buying a few surplus eggs in dried form when U ought to be buying jiens He said a hen lays maybe 16 dozen eggs in its lifetime If we taxpayers buy these at 30 cents per dozen thats for the output of the hen Obviously be a lot cheaper he said just to do away with the bird DISNEY WEDDING PACIFIC PALISADES Calif fUPI Sharon Mae Disney 22 youngest daughter of Walt Disney designer Robert D Brown 30 will married Sun day the Church vert AP Photofax ONE MOTHER TO ANOTHER Mrs Jennie Loit man Barren Brookline receives her award as American Mother of 1959 from Mrs David R Coker Hartsville S the 1958 American Mother In center is Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Taft Benr Mrs Barren is a judge in Massachusetts Superior Court t New Laws Please Safety Departnierrt i T f By DAN PERKES DES MOINES The 195 legislature tore down some old barricades and laid new founda ions forwhat may well become one of the nations more ag gressive highway safety pro rams And never before has the State Safety Department had so many tools to work with The die was cast by a number if individual lawmakers with he aid of Safety Department road statistics By sessions end a total oi 4 bills directly or indirectly concerned with safety on the oads had been passed by the Legislature IM ELATED with fact that the Legislature apparently s highly favorable to a strong nd aggressive yet impartial safety commented Safety Commissioner Russell Jrown The itself go1 more operating funds for the next two years than any other ime in its history In addition it got ex ra a year to meet expenses oJ 25 more highway patrolmen he Legislature approved and to complete construc lon at three more patrol sta iqns in Fort Dodge Cedar Rapids Some of the funds also will be sed for improving and rcfur ishing radio stations purchase f the latesttype communica equipment and for patrol chicles Brown the money we got from the egislature will only bring some f up to adequate The most notable of the safety measures enacted involved the earold traffic point system rogram and the establishing f speed limits on Iowas5 high The lawmakers gave legal sta us to the point system although modifying it somewhat Im firmly Brown aid that the point system has seen strengthened particularly n our ability to able to sus Eend a motorists license for ne serious THE AMENDED version he bill however grants to the afety commissioner power to ssue a supplementary license to violator uses his vOiicle nly in the course of business Also a motorist who in the uture has driven accidentfree or five years may accumulate p to five points credit on his ecord Im ly we1 wilibe able to work permit and the bohu points considering that we might have to spend mori money to get this job Brown pointed out Although Brown was unable to project any cost figures on handling the program he said Im pretty sure that if the legislators want us to do this they will see that we get the money to NEW SPEED imposed by the General Assembly are Daytime limit of 70 miles an hour for primary roads 75mile daytime and 65mile nighttime limit for the interstate system along with a 40mileanhour minimum 60day and 50nigh for a secondary road but postec downward by county boards o supervisors if safety factors warrant such Also cities anc towns are permitted to enact by ordinance speed limits in alleys Among the other measures ex pected to aid the cause of high way safely in Iowa are those to Tighten up regulations per taining to truck brakes fix the amount of weight that can be hauled by certain trucks pro hibit the return of a road to the secondary system if it carries more than 400 vehicles daily and prohibit sale of new or usec cars on Sunday tokeep defec tive cars off the roads ONLY TWO biHf which department considered import ant failed to get by the law makers One would have provided a chemical test for motorists sus pected of being intoxicated anc he other would have providec that a 16yearold applying for a license must have first passed an approved driver education course Brown said his department plans to bear down harder anc quicker on drunk drivers des pite the failure of the chemical test He said increased enforcement and new laws will not solve the safety problem in Iowa Our department will never be he added un ess it continues to receive the support of the SAfttf Pilot Liberated HELMSTEDT Germany Wi Communist East Germany Sat urday released Em 0 r y Vaughan an American civilian pilot who had been detainee since March 27 The 32 year old pilot from Portsmouth arrested by the Communists when his sport plane strayed across the Iron Curtain was freed at this Wesi German frontier post in the cus tody of the American Red Cross ROBERT STOREY Wilton European operations director bl the Red Cross crossed the bor der to meet Vaughan and guide him into Helmsledt Wilson earlier had arranged for Vaughans release in negotia tions with the East German Red Cross r As he crossed the border to West Germany Vaughan said to newsmen I havenothing to He wasvwearing a brown suit brown necktie and white shirt Wiison said Vaughan was welltreated and is in good The American received and packages through the Red Cross while he was held in the East Wilson said adding that the East German Red Cross had been cooperative and help ful diricter j THE accompanied by his public in formation officer Don Heine Houston wenl s Viughan and 45 minutes Red Cross stepped in the U S Army had its efforts to ar range l el ease through Soviet army headquar ters in East Germany There was no immediate word on whether the East Germans isd agreed to release Vaughans plane Driver Killed in Albert City Crash ALBERT CITY Vfi Raymond D Farrell 68 of near Fonda of his car and a Milwaukee Road freight train two miles east of here The accident oc curred at a crossing on Highway up to 8 Saturday 3 Crewmen on the train said Maximum may have been blinded Minimum 3y the evening sun At 8 ANYONE The fishing was the lake was the floating sandwich slow at Clear Lake Saturday for the coffee barge of St Andrews Episco operiing of the season for walleyes and pal Church of ClearLake Nothing like northerns Fishermen generally are stopping off fbr a bite to eat while let hungry and this outfit was able to ting the fish think it over that they handle thatsituation Anchored out on should be biting Democrats Will Scrutinize v Successor Choice Bf BELL WASHINGTON Presi dent Eisenhowerls choice of a successor Deputy Secretary of Defenseionaid A Quarles City Rain with possible thunderstorms continuing Sat urday night ending early Sun day Becoming partly cloudy and warmer Sunday Lows Saturday night 4852 Highs Sunday 6568 Cloudy with scattered showers and thunderstorms Saturday night little change in temperatures low 4555 Sunday partly warmer cloudy and i Considerable cloudi died late Friday in a collision npKe Sllilirdav nlBhi and Sun ness Saturday night and Sun day Globe Gazette weather data 68 45 54 will be closely scrutinized bj Democrats in Congress Quarles 64 died Friday in his sleep The Pentagon Saturday a tribuled Quarles death to heart ailment A post byi Wa ter Reed Army Hospital said h was stricken by obstructiv coronary Boat Firm Plant Wrecked by Fire HUMBOLDT roarcc through the Glasscraft boa company in Humboldt Fridaj afternoon and completely dcs troyed the plant Firemen said the loss would be in the neigh bbrhood of None of the more than 40 cm ployes was hurt Thick black smoke could be seen in For Dodge about 17 miles away when the blaze was at its peak The company had movec rom Fort Dodge to Humbold about 90 days ago Three years ago the company was wiped ou by another blaze which left the old plant a complete loss AP Photofax THE HARD WAY Four deputy shfer and purchased by the city several years iffs escort struggling Mrs Aurora Var ago for a sinceabandoned housing proj from her Chavez Ravine home at ect Residents had been living therein Los Angeles as the eviction of some res a monthtomonth basis since The of n idents began fromthe site of the pro cers were met with screams and some posed Los Angeles Dodgers baseball curses as they cleared several houses nark Tha had been condemned thea bulldozed them down V narrowing oC the blood vessels of the heart which in effect shuts off the blood supply to the heart muscle THE FORMER communica tions industry official had been mentioned prominently as a pos sible replacement for Secretary Neil McElroy who had told Eisenhower he wanted to leave his Pentagon post late this year Some of Democrats he had congressional looked on Quarles as the adminis tration officials who had resist ed their demands for more spending to close the missile gap with the Soviets It had bcon the impression of these Democrats that McElroy icancd heavily onr the advice of Quarles who technically was more familiar with details of Iho defense program than al most any other official McELROY told Fri day Quarles death will have 0 be another factor in consid ering what I will He said it will be a good many months be fore the lime for his intended resignation and he will have an opportunity to consider the mat ter Describing Quarles as really McElroy said hat fundamentally he favors promoting someone within the Defense Department instead of joing outside He indicated an acting deputy may be named or the lime being MENTIONED in speculation about an eventual replacement or McElroy were Gordon Gray i special presidential assistant or national security affairs Asst Secretary of Defense Wil red J McNeil the Pentagons comptroller retired Gen Alfred Irucnthcr now chairman of the American Red Cross Secretary jf Interior Fred A Scaton a ormcr assistant defense secre ary and Henry Cabot Lodge mbassador to the United Na ions Qnarles will be buried Tucs lay in Arlington National Ccme ery with military honors Worker Seriously Hurt on Bridge Construction Job NASHUA Earl Hansen lanchcstcr Iowa employed by he J C Costigan Elkader was seriously injured Friday One of crew working on the ridgo construction project miles southwest of Nashua he tas struck on the head by t ail of concrete when the cable f a boom broke He was taken to Cedar Val ey Hospital Charles City suf erinc skull fracture and severe acerations of head Hospl al officials Saturday mornlnf that he wai progress S satisfactorily V Ready for New Parley Westerners Pessimistic By DAVE MASON GENEVA Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko ar rived Saturday for next Big Four foreign ministers meeting He declared that shall make every effort for this conference to be crowned with Gromyko first of the foreign ministers to reach Geneva for Mondays conference opening was greeted by a big turnout of Soviet bloc diplomats Stepping from a gleaming white turboprop plane at the head a 17man delegation Gromyko repeated Soviet asser tions that the most urgent prob lems for the conference are a peace treaty with Germany arid liquidation of the Allied occupa tion in Berlin It is for a positive solution of these important questions that the Soviet delegation has ar rived he said Our inten tions are serious We shall every effort for this conference to be crowned with success THE SOVIET confident that at present there exist the necessary conditions to prevent war and insure lasting The Communists appeared in a confident mood and Western diplomatic sources were rather pessimistic Western sources cautioned against raising high hopes for success of the confer ence They pointed to prospects of contention at the outseton such routine matters as agenda and procedure The Western powers have pre pared a package plan The So viets want priority for Berlin and a German peace treaty U S Secretary of State Chris lion A Herter after a stopover in Bonn for a conference with West German Chancellor Kon rad French For eign Minister Couve de Murville also arrived Saturday British Foreign Secretary Sel wyn Lloyd the last of the Big Four is not coming until Sunday morning THE EAST GERMAN Com munists were arriving here be fore the main participants Leaving Berlin East German Foreign Minister Lothar Bolz said he was full of While the blackbrowed Gro myko talked of peace on bis ar rival here Soviet Premier Ni k i t a Khrushchev thundered warnings of Hbomb oblitera tion for the Western powers if World War III erupts In volcanic language Khrush chev boasted that any East West conflict would end quick ly with Ihe Communist world the victor Khrushchev told visiting West German editors in Moscow that eight hydrogen bombs would enough to put West Germany out of action AND HOW MANY cd to put other West European countries out of action Ob viously not he added The Soviet leader said the At lantic alliances planes are out dated and can be shot down by antiaircraft guns and ordinary fighters Grorayko and Bolz m a d clear that the Western package plan for an EastWest agree ment faces massive Soviet op position at Geneva The Western package in cludes retention of western rights in Berlin a phased reuni fication of Germany in which free elections would be the last stage instead of the first and some form of controlled limita tion of armament in central Eiiropo for European security TAYLOR RITES NEW YORK services for Myron a Taylor former presidential envoy to the Vatican and exboard chair man of Steel were eoa ductod at his home Satur day   

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