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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 13, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for to HOME EDITION VOL 9J AaocUUd PreM The Newspaper That M a k e A 11 N o r t h lowans Neighbors fnm Btcnutlonal Full wirM MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY MAY 13 19S9 7e Ow tWi o Four OM we m Challenge Serious But Economic Superiority by 7970 Discounted FROM GLOBEGAZETTES EDITORIAL RESEARCH BUREAU WASHINGTON Soviet Pre mier Khrushchevs boast last winter that Russia would out strip the United States in indus trial output by 1970 is heavily discounted by American intelli gence authorities But no one discounts the seriousness of the Soviet economic challenge Whether will catch up with the United States indus trially in 10 years or15 or 20 years is less important than the fact that it is already taking strides in that direction Allen W Dulles head of the Central Intelligence Agency has warned that Russias rapid eco nomic growth will enable it to intensify the arms race and to push the expansion of trade and aid with the uncommitted and underdeveloped nations of the free Defense Secre tary Neil H McElroy has de clared that We can no more af H ford to lose the economic com petition with communism than we can afford to fall behind mil RIGHT AT HOME there are plenty ofreasons for fostering vigorous economic labor force takes on around 000 recruits every year The economy has to grow to absorb themi It has to grow also to of ferthe better job opportunities and the goods required to help people improve their living standards Neil H member of the Presidents Coun cil of Economic Advisers 1953 jtp that economic growth was like wise tov amounts of capital needed for transportation re source development housing and community The American panding all the time The trou ble is that it is not growing now nearly as fast as it did once or nearly as fast as the Soviet economy is growing Total na tional production in the USSR has been going up since World War II at an annual rate of around 9 per cent The annual for the postwar period in the USA has been only about onethird as large Not only that the rate of growth slumped from an average of per cent annually in postwar yearsto an average of only per cent a year from 1953 through 1958 ECONOMISTS DONT agree on the reasons for the sharp slowdown The recession had a lot to do with it but what caused the recession Tight money not enough government spending not enough private spending There is endless argu ment about that The economists do say with a fair degree of un animity however that the growth rate ought to get back up to an annual 4 or even 5 per How to do it is another con troversial question The basic dispute is over where to put the emphasis on action to make business investment more at tractive m steps to expand con sumer demand or on increases in government spending Conservative economists are SS Propaganda Goa WHATS A GUY GOING TO DO Burchinal Coop Elevator manager R W Gallagher resultsof a professional safe cracking job which netted thieves It was the fifth time in 11 years that the firms safe had been cracked and after each time it was repaired I CoOp Elevqtor et am Professional wfeeiraike r Tuesday night peeled the safe at the Burchinal Farmers Elevator end left cash They also broke open the pop machine and cash A Elevator manager R Wi Gallagher who took the break in calmly said it was the fifth in the last 11 years The same safe last was punched open Dec 30 Thieves then took in cash Gallagher said he left the elevator Monday at about He returned at about 7 Tuesday He noticed the scattered concrete from the inside of the safe door Gallagher not become angry until about two later when hediscovered the pop machine They even tried to steal a bottle of he said Deputy Sheriff Duane May field said two men probably did the job They usually work in he said The men gained entrance to the building by prying open an office window The lock was broken arid the screen window was leaning next to the buiUinfj The entrance window for this breakin wet which was used for entrance on the Decomber brvakin The top left corner of the cafe door was peeled eut Crowbars were uted to pry off the outside of the door An ax lying in the backroom was probably used to break the concrete inside the door The lying in a rub ble in front of the safe The thieves left behind more than worth of checks Checks and the money bag Were found in the back room The thieves left the elevator through the rear door 33 DIE IN CRASHES Weather Radar Aboard Airliner Not Operating Herter in Prod to Challenge txkGromyko GENEVA tfi Secretary of Slate Christian A llerter challenged Russias AndreiGro myko to join in serious con He said if the foreign ministers meeting here makes satisfactory prog ress it can lead lo a summit session My government is anxious to make Ihe necessary progress said at the Big Pour meeting but the Western powers cannot make it HERTER ADDRESSED the third session of the foreign min isters meeting His speech had been delayed two days while Gromyko fought for increased status for East Germany and conference membership for Po land and Czechoslovakia Herter said that most of the hopes raised by the Big Four summit conference here in 1955 have He said Ger many the major subject of lh present remains spill divisiona grave injus tice bearing the seeds of future Yet he said there have recent ly been a few hopeful signs of improving EastWest relations He specified some progress in talks tests on and suspending developing nuclear contacts LAKE WOMAN KILLED IN Freak Accident CLEAR LAKE Ethel DorotheaSchmilt 50 Died Tuesday night of injuries received in a freak accident when the family car pinned her lo the wallof the garage at their home on Route 1 South Shore Drive Clear Lake According to information obtained by Dr J E Christopher son Cerro Gordo County coroner Mrs Schmilt drove up lo the garage with her husband August in the car She got oul of the car and went through the house to open the garage door from In the meantime Mr Schmilt moved overbehind the sleering wheel of the car Suddenly the car lurched forward smashing through the closed garage door and pinning Mrs Schmitt lolhe far wall of the garage Shodied about later before the arrival of Ihe am bulance Sheriff Jerry Allen planned lo have the transmission of Ihe car checked Mrs Schmilt operated Ethels Beauty Sa lon in her home Funeral services will be held Saturday at at Lutheran Church with the Rev I A Lavik officiating Burial will be in the Hamplori Cemetery Wards Funeral Home is in charge Surviving besides her husband arc her mother Mrs R F one daughlci1 Mcrna Schroccler Sheffield one brother Robert Schacfcr Sheffield two sisters Mrs Alvin Gangstcad and Mrs Harry Brandt both of Hampton and two grandchildren cool 40s apt to insist that the first need is to speed up accumulation of capital in the form of industrial plant and equipment and that that requires reducing individ ual and corporation income tax es and liberalizing depreciation allowances in order to make in vestment more attractive Econ omists ori the liberal side lay greater stress on government spending that will increase em ployment opportunities and en large personal consumption EITHER WAY HM most dif ficult problem is to combine a high rate of growth with price stability over the long haul Economists and public officials are divided as to whether it is more important to check infla tion in order to promote growth or to stimulate growth in order to check inflation President Eis enhower said in his last Eco nomic Report that a persistent upward movement of prices would interfere with efforts to achieve sustainable economic Some economists on the other hand fear that light money and budget balancing may keep down not only prices but alio FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES r BALTIMORE Md Capital Airlines revealed Wednesday thatthe weather radar of its Viscount airliner was not operating at the time it crashed in a severe thunderstorm near here Tues day killing 31 persons The plane enroule from New York to Atlanta exploded in the air A Capital official said Ihe radar equipment which warns pilots of storm turbulence as far as 150 miles ahead was tive because of mechanical trouble This was brought out as government investigators siflcd the scattered wreckage of the jet powered transport seeking the cause of the explosion were alert for any signs tha the disaster was caused by sabo tage or structural failure al though Civil Aeronautics Board Safety Director Oscar Bakke said tooearly to specu Mason City Partly cloudy with diminishing winds Wednesday night with some risk of freez ing temperatures favored places low generally near 35 Partly cloudy and continued Thursday high in mid cloudy diminish Eyewitness stories indicatet the Britishbuilt plane may have suffered structural failure in the violent turbulence One report from The scene said one wing of Ihe plane was found some dis tance from the wreckage Flight engineers and others said they thought the plane was caught in a severe updraft or downdraft which pulled off the wing The fuel lines in the wing snapped spraying fuel into the burning engine The quick com bustion was a low order explo sion which tore the plane to pieces Just 48 minutes earlier an other Capital airliner a four engine Constellation plunged over a 200foot embankment al the Charleston airport 300 miles to the west as it came in for a landing It immediate ly burst into flames Two bodies were removed from the charred wreckage and six persons were hospitalized There were 44 persons aboard the Constellation j An official at the Board said Dust Envelopes Much of Iowa Mercury Drops A dust storm reminiscent of years ago enveloped much of Iowa Wednesday The Weather Bureau said the dust was car ried in on brisk northwesterly winds from the Dakotas Wyom ng and Montana As the situation began to light en in the northwest it spread on into the Visibility was fimited throughout the state nit was the lowest in the ex reme northwest where sight distance was reduced to about a mile There was liltle prospect of rain to clear the air North Central Iowa however was not bothered by the dust ince soaking rains have fallen or the last week The northwesterly winds also ept temperatures in the cod ing winds and cooler Wcdnci day night with some risk o freezing temperature extrcm north lows generally 35 nprt to 45 south Partly cloud Thursday cooler southeas highs upper 40s north to 50 south Further ly cloudy Friday littl warmer northwest Five Day Temperature for the five day jperiod Wed nesday night through Monda will average from near norma in the west lo 3 lo 8 degree below normal in the east Normal highs in the low 70s Normal lows in upper 40s Cooj at the beginning of pcrioc with little change thereafter Precipitation will average inch or less as scattered show ers over the weekend Minnesota Frost warning cold er Highs Thursday 4555 GlobeGazette weather data up lo 8 Wednesday racket Morning r e a d 1 s anged from 43 degrees at Ma on City to 53 at OUumvva and Davenport The outlook for T h u r s d a y Civil Acrojmorning was for temperaturei it was the In the north Maximum Minimum At 8 73 43 43 Three Airmen Lost When Jets Collide MYRTLE first time in his memory that a single airline bad had fatal k day west lo the 40s elsewhere The Weather Bureau warned thai some areas might frost Thursday morning Thref FIDO BEACH S u p e jet fighter planes f r 6 ni Myrtle Beach Air Force Base crashed into the Atlantic Ocean before dawn Wednesday All three pi lols were presumed lost The jets were on a night naviga tional and air refueling training mission Apparently two pianei collided and pulled a third one down with them between Soviet and Western peo pies BUT HERTER said the pres netconference is not being helc Because any change in the world ralilical situation makes agree ment more simply because of the Soviet Unions announced intention to liqui the relationship under which the four powers have been discharging their waroriginated responsibilities for Berlin and for reunifying As I see it our foreign mu isters meeting has three inter related Herler said The first is lo reach positive agreements over as wide a field as possible The second is lo narrow the differences between our respective points of view The Ihird is to prepare construc tive proposals for consideration by a conference of heads of if such a confer place later this government encc takes The Western ministers had re jected Soviet insistence on add ing more Red conference naliom to the 4 Youths Admit 22 Break ins FORT iODGE Urt A serie of 22 school breakins in nin Iowa counties since last month tas been admitted by fotrr young men authorities said Wedhes They were identified as Arthur enisen 17 Belmorid High chool student Gary Lcc Dip el 23 and his cousin Darwin Dippcl 23 and Tom Fleener 19 all of Webster City JENISEN and Gary Dfppel were arreslcd Tuesday at Rip pey by Marshal R H Riley as they came out of a schoolhouse The other two were taken into custody at Webster City early Wednesday Darwin Dippcl was charged with larceny in Ihe nighttime at Webster Cily The others were charged with breaking and en tering The breakins occurred In Mitchell Humboldt Webster Calhoun Hamilton H a r d i n Franklin Greene and Wright counties AUTHORITIES SAID Gary Dippel admilled participating In all 22 breakins and Jcnisen was nvolved in 4 Fleener look part in 15 of them and the olher Dippcl in 4 in Webster County officers said Sheriff Roy Morgan of Jeffer son said a pislol used in slarl ng track mccU and some nlh elic socks were found in Gary Dippcls car He said the articles were taken from the sojiool Williams Officers said several hundred lollars in cash was netted by the our in the various breakins AP Photolax EYES FOR EACH Singer Eddie Fisher takes the arm of his bride Elizabeth Taylor as Ihey walk from Ihcir jet airliner at New York following a flight from Las Vegas Ncv They were mar ried Tuesday night and now plan a Ihrcemonlh honeymoon cruise off Spain When pholog raphers asked Ihem lo em brace for phplos Miss Taylor declined saying Were sav ing that for ffOWA 1AFKTV FIGUREO A Slow Start at Geneva Hopes for Progress WASHINGTON Eisenhower said Wednesday the Soviet Union seems to be push ine a propaganda drive in seek ing admittance of Red satellite nations to the Geneva foreign ministers conference Eilcnhower told a news con ference he is very hopeful the Russians will abandon any such propaganda tactics so the con ference can get downiofruitful negotiations Eisenhower had been asked to evaluate the Soviet efforts thus far to win seats at Geneva for Communist East Germany Po land and efforts have kept the foreign ministers conference from get ling to discussion of real prob lems EISENHOWER REPLIED H is very difficult to find out what is going on behind some one elses f or eh e ad The government he con ibeen fruitful negotiations and against using such conferences as prop aganda platforms But the situation in Geneva Eisenhower said seems to hare ome of I During the news conference the President discussed these olher matters KHRUSHCHEV has contacted him Eisenhower said regarding the possibility of a visit by Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev to the United States A reporter noted that Vice President Nixon will visit Mos cow this summer to open a Irade fair The newsman asked whether the President would be favorable lo the idea of Khrush chevs coming to this country to open the Soviet fair to be held in New York later this year And the reporter went on would that open the door to the possibility of Khrushchevs at l nding a summit conference in the United Stales After saying no one has talked to him about such a possibility Eisenhower remarked that it is up lo the Big Four foreign min islcrs to pick a site for any sum mit session As to whether he would welcome the Kremlins No 1 man to the United Slates if Khrushchev requested an in vitation Eisenhower replied with a smile that we had better just wait and sec on that one FROM mCtffeS TO RAGS Dixie Ann 20 who is Miss Colorado Jny cee has been arrested for two armed robberies in area At left Known after receiving queen AP title last July and at right as she ner vously snuffs out another cigarette while being questioned by investigator Leroy Smith She confessed to tha hold was ECONOMY The said he wants nol only a bal anced budget from Congress but enough federal revenue to start reducing the staggering public debt He did nol ask for any new income taxes He told reporters he had sent an immediate request to the House and Senate for speedier action on badly needed legisla tion to increase the federal lend ing authority for insuring mort gages raising the gasoline tax for highway construction and legislation to cope with the mounting wheat surplus The President said that unless Congress speeded it up its action in these three vital areas the country would suffer In talking about the budget Eisenhower called on not only Congress but labor and business management for sensible reas onable action to combat inflt lion hold down government spending and start reducing the towering federal debt FLEES TO WEST BERLIN UP Karl Grob becker 58 a noted East Ger man scientist in the field of agriculture has fled to West Berlin aCficials reported Wed nesday He was director of Uw Agricultural Science Institute Rostock University   

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