Thursday, May 28, 1959

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 28, 1959, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for LOBE Newspaper That Makes All North I o wans Neighbors HOME EDITION VOL AMOCtlUd Oriswl run HUM MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY MAV M list Pipor ot m Big Boost in Income by 1970 Average NonFarm Familys Gross May Hit By JOSEPH R SLEVIN New York Herald Tribune News Service WASHINGTON Time wa when men wer looked on as something specia but soon they may become a common as pebbles on a beach It could happen quickly and disastrously if there is an other inflationary upsurge wages and prices but it will hap pen before long even if price are steady average nonfarm familj now gets belter than year and the Commerce Depart ment believes that the average will hit by 1970 just shj of the magic figure Let remember that these are fam ily figures including the pay check of the husband and per haps a working wife or children in ITS ANOTHER chapter in tht story of an increasingly pros perous country The living standards of the American leo pie have risen in all but three years since World War II The exceptions were the recession years of 1949 1954 and 1958 The average increase in liv ing standards has amounted to 1 per cent a year even if the three poor years are included The improvement since the pre depression year of 1929 has av eraged 1V4 per cent a year The Commerce Departments 1970 estimates raise visions of comfort plenty for the aver family and of fabulous mar kets for the average industry The income1 rise over the next 10 years is to be coupled with a sharp growth in population and that means hot only that the av erage family will be able to buy more but that many more fam ilies will be doing the buying THI COMMERCE Depart ment says that non farm families pocketed bil lion of income in 1956 that families will receive billion in 1960 and that 000 families will take in bil lion in 1970 All of the departments esti mates have been made in 1958 prices The totals will be larg er if prices are higher and they will be smaller if the unlikely event that prices go down The average family farm and nonfarm alike collected last year and could say that its income had climbed 100 from the that it ob tained in 1947 The trouble is that prices went up too and the real buying power of the fam ilys earnings went up only One question the experts can not answer is Which nonfarm families will be getting the high er incomes that will boost the average family income to by 1970 RICH AND POOR alike have been growing wealthier since 1929 But where the poorer peo SWEET SMELL OF LOVE This happy cat family includes cat mother Caprice two black kittens and six black and whitestriped baby skunks The skunks kittens and mother get along fine at their home in Broers Deer Farm Zoo south of Mason City At first Ca price was aware there was a peculiar odor to the orphaned skunks but in a short time she was motheringthem as she did her own kittens Soviet Wife Leaves Asks Asylum LONDON British gov eminent Thursday pondered the plea of a Soviet naval attaches wife for asylum for herself anc small daughter to escape Soviet security men who rushed her husband back to Moscow undei guard Mrs 35 and her 5yearold daughter Lena WhiterRussian friends in London under the pro tection of Scotland Yard until her request isdecided Mrs pmitriev showed up at the Foreign Office Wednesday and agreed to meet with Soviet embassy agents who had been rying to track her down for bur days At the m the presence of British offi embassy men failed ONE OF THE FAMILY After feeding her family in the farm yard atthe carries the baby skunks and kittens back to their home in a box She is as motherly toward the skunks as she is toward her own two kittens pie were adding to their share of the national income from 1929 to 1947 that may not have been the case since Instead the rel ilive shares of the rich and the poor have remained unchanged over the past 11 years Back in 1929 paid 40 per cent of the population re ceived 13 per cent of the income The total rose to about 6 per cent in 1947 and its been hover ing there since The experts are puzzled by the apparent failure of the poor t h e m of the more prosperous brackets since World War II and suspect that at least part of the explanation may lie in statistical quirks But they dont know for sure Its possible that the redistribu tion of income that began dur ing the New Deal may have ended at least temporarily in the mid1940s er groups to improve selves at the expense SAME IOWA IAVETT DEPARTMENT FIGURES ItM itilk hi File Charge in Death tit Thompson FOREST charge of second degree murder has been filed against Arthur Clark 22 Thompson in connection with the death of the former chief of police here Seidel BuckhoHz 47 died Sun day after an argument with Clark outside of the Last Chance tavern near Thompson Clark al legedly struck the side of the jaw THE FORMER Forest City po lice chief who retired early this year to his farm near Thomp son fell to the ground and died inside the tavern of a brain lemorrhage A coroners inquest Wednesday ruled that Buckboltz died of a blow on the head inflicted by Clark Charges were filed in jus tice of the peace court CLARK WAS bound ovtr to the September term of the grand jury and bond set at The two men allegedly began the argument while in the tav ern Clark implied testimony said that he had a score to settle with BuckhoHz who had arrested fte laborer last year on a bad check charge The argument was continued outside after the tavern closed 13 INJURED SOUTH B E N Ind New Yorkbound Greyhound bus lit the rear of a cattle truck on 2 near here Thursday jending 13 persons lo South Bend bpspitak with injuries Mason City Occasional showers and thunderstorms Thursday night and Friday A little cool er Friday otherwise little temperature Lows Thursday night 57U 62 Highs Friday mid 70s Iowa Scattered showers and and Friday A little cooler Friday otherwise little tem perature change Lows Thurs day night 57 northwest to 65 southeast Highs Friday 72 to 78 northwest 78 to 84 south east Further wish to leave for he replied Negros Slayers Known Report by FBI Says WASHINGTON UP Missis ippi Gov J P Coleman re portedly has a complete list rom the FBI of the men who Tiny Monkeys Returned Alive From Space Plea for Action by Ike WASHINGTON dent Eisenhower personally ap pealed to the Big Four foreign ministers Thursday for prog ress at the deadlocked Geneva conference in order to justify summit meeting The President conferred in lis office for about a half hour with the foreign ministers and Russias Andrei Gromyko said afterwards that it was a pleas ant and useful THE WHITE HOUSE said shortly afterwards in a state mentthat the President had expressed the hope that on their return to Geneva the for eign ministers would be able to achieve that measure of prog ress which would make a sub sequent meeting of the heads of government desirable and use The Big Four foreign minis ters had off their Gen eva talks to attend he funeral of Dulles Meeting withu the President vere Gromyko Secretary of State Christian A Herter Brit sh Foreign Minister Selwyn Joyd and French Foreign Min ster Maurice Couve de Mur ille of France ALL APPEARED to be in ovial mood when they em irged White House Press Secretary to talk her into going with them Soviet security men rushed her husband Capl Aieksander Dmitriev 38 out of London on jet airliner bound for Mos cow Just before Dmitriev boarded Tnere wag no the plane British Home Office demand by the President for So officials asked him whether he j acceptance of the Western wanted to stay in Britain I James C Hagerty reported that at the outset of the meeting he President expressed his hanks for the respect the vis t i n g foreign ministers had jhown to Dulles by flying here or the funeral There was no tablepounding illed Mack Charles Parker accused of attacking Coleman was en route to Washington Thursday to testify scauerea snowers aim thunderstorms Thursday night on righU on bdbre day partly cloudy near nor mal temperatures chance a few showers Senate judiciary ce The FBI pulled Poplarville out of case the two days ago saying il had no evi dence that federal laws had been violated g o v e r nmcnt Minnesota Heavy showers Highs Friday 50 to 60 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Thursday Maximum 73 Minimum 60 At 8 70 Precipitation 01 YEAR AGO Maximum 69 Minimum Inside Authoritative of sources said evidence collected by the FBI and turned over to Coleman gave not only the names of the masked lynchers but a description of a meeting the night before in a farmyard on the outskirts of Poplarville at which the lynching reported ly was decided upon Coleman has said only that he will give the FBI report to a regular session of the Peal Riv er County grand jury which next ineets in November Young Iowa Bride Drowning Victim WINNER S D tfi Mrs Henry Way 21 Patillina Iowa a bride of six months drowned in deep water near here Wed General news Pages 23 Clear Lake News Page 4 Society Pages lf Sports Pages 1112 Mftrktts PAOA 13 Local 1415 nesdfty while apparently trying North Iowa 21 jto retrieve n string of fish jroposals for a German settle ment Rather the President was said to have enjoined the ministers that progress at Gen va was essential becausethe onfercnce was the focal point world attention Iowa Liquor Prices to Be Increased DBS MOINES DPI Gov Herschcl C Loveless said Thurs day liquor prices in stale stores will be increased 2 per cent about July 1 Loveless made the announcement at a news conference after conferring with the Iowa Liquor Commission The Governor said proposed sal ary increases increased rents for the stores and higher gen eral operating costs made the increases necessary The boosts would bring in a year based on 1958 liquor sales Iowa Farmer Dies Under Tractor CLUTIER CfrJoscph Kos 53 was found dead of injuries and burns Wednesday beneath his overturned farm The over in a ditch The body was found by the farmers son Le land Bulletin DES MO I N E S M The Weather Bureau issued this bulletin about 10 Thurs day Severe thunderstorms with a probability of hail and possibly or two expected over extreme east Iowa including Mitchell Howard Wmneshiek Ada ma kee Floyd Bremer Fayeffe and Chickasaw counties 11 and i Dubuque Residents Reject Fasttime DUBUQUE UVDaylight sav ing time for Dubuque was re jected in a specia election Wed nesday by a vole of to 258 Procedure to put the issue to a vote was set up as the cli max of a hard fought battle ovcY he subject A committee of Dubuque citizens raised SI it to cover costs of the clcc Eisenhower told Killian it would lion after the city solicitor be impossible to ovcremplia ruled the city could not pay for sjzc the vital importance of 3otir work here both to the future security of he United Stales and to the strength of our whole system of Killian was named to the post in 1957 after Russias Sputniks I and II touched off this coun trys plunge into the age of Trip Plucked Out of Atlantic CAPE CANAVERAL Fla Ml monkeys returned Thursday from a space ride in the nose cone of a missile The Army announced that both monkeys were recovered alive from compartments in the nose cone of a Jupiter mis sile fired from Cape Canaveral at The rocket had climbed to an altitude of 300 miles and flown at speeds up to The little female monkeys named Able and Baker are the first living creatures sent up by the to have ridden into space and come back alive Rus sia has claimed to have dona the same thing THE FEAT represents a ma jor breakthrough in the effort to put a man into orbital flight Scientists said instruments at tached to monkeys showed ttiey suffered little ill effect from the stresses of blastoff and the weird experience ot weightlessness Only the bare announcement that he monkeys survived was contained in the initial report re ceived by the Army from a Navy ship which recovered the nose cone This was near the island of Antigua 92 minutes aft er the Jupiter was fired Technicians explained that the delay was the result ofthe need to undo a mechanical maze in opening the passenger compart ment It had been known previously through radio signals from the nose cone hat the monkeys were alive and well one minute before their landing in the wa ter But for the last minute sig nals failed an occurrence not at He said he was resigning for all unusual as a space rocket compelling personal reasons drops below the horizon about which he said the Presi dent has had a warm under standing There was no amplifi cation In accepting lie resignation AP Photofax SPACEMAN SAFE Monkey Able an American born Rhesus has all eyes for the camera as a tech nician prepares to put her in a Jupiter missile and a daredevil ride into space and back again She and a pa were plucked out of the South Atlantic miles from Cape Canaveral Ikes Science Aide Killian Resigns WASHINGTON W The While House announced Thursday he resignation of Dr James R Killian Jr as special assistant to the President for science and technology Killian will return to the presidency of Massachusetts Insti tute of Technology from which he was on leave Dr George Bogdan Kistiakowsky professor of chemistry at University was chosen by President Eisenhower to sue ceed Killian He is a native of Kiev Russia In an exchange of letters made public by the White House Killian said he wishes to return to MIT by midJuly EASY PICKINGS LOS ANGELES agents had no trouble identify ing William Donald McKcown 44 when thcy arrested him Wednesday He had a wanted circular for his pocket space tractor near his tractor had tipped ROUTE OF SPACE MONKEYS BOTH ANIMALS arc alive and perfect with no he Army announced 6W hours after the launching One important scientific check failed because of telemetry dif ficulties Able had been trained in response tests to push a tele graph key at the flash of a red light in her The light was set to blink ones each second during the flight Medical scientists said Able be came very proficient in train ing at responding The scientists especially want ed to know how she responded in the period of weightlessness That would be important in re lation to what might be ex pected of men released from tha gravitational pull of the earth Baker wore a plastic helmet over a chamois cap She and her helmet were strapped to a rubber bed THERMOMETERS were in serted under her armpits to register body temperatures A microphone was in a foamrub ber pad on her chest to detect heartbeats Another instrument recorded her breathing Other devices checked blood pressure pulse rate and tem perature and pressure in the chamber Both monkeys were strapped face down in their cylinders at the start of the flight with their knees drawn up This position provides the best resistance to gravity strains at the moment of launching On re entry they would be face up as a result of the change in the nose cones position The U S previously had sent up monkeys but acme wert re covered