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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 26, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowoi Daily Newspaper Edited foe tho ROOM VOL W HOME EDITION PKM ud United PNM The Newspaper That Mokes AM North lowans Neighbors Fan LMM MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY SEPTEMBER M 19S9 Copy Two No Mt May Be Licked Only Slight Rise in Prices Seen in Coming Year By JOSEPH SLEVIN Now York Harald Tribuno Naws Sorvica WASHINGTON The admin istration still is fretting about the danger of higher prices but the belief is growing that infla tion has been licked Top government economists now are quietly confident that there will be only a slight rise in prices during the next year They flatly predict that consum ers will not be hit by the kind of accelerating price increases that mark an inflationary spiral By next summer you will be able to say that prices have changed hardly at all for two a government expert says He recalls that consumer prices have gone up only a little more than onehalf of one per cent during the past 12 months HOLDING THE PRICE lino for two years will badly jolt speculators who have been buy ing stocks real estate and other equities to hedge against infla tion The buying power of the dollar wont be dropping and stock and land prices wont be soaring the way the speculators had hoped The steel strike is the critical unknown in the government forecasts If the companies grant an inflationary wage set tlement that forces a steel price boost then the predictions will be replaced by a new set that will read Danger Higher prices v A steel price increase will touch off a wave of inflationary excitement that will spark price markups throughout the coun try But the administration econ omists are betting that there will be a noninflationary wage settlement in steel They expect the steel workers to win a small increase but they believe it will be so small that the companies will hold prices are THE ECONOMISTS attach two other important conditions to their forecasts One is that President Eisenhower will con tinue to fight a successful battle for a balanced budget The sec ond is that the Federal Reserve System will continue to keep a tight rein on credit Both seem certain to be achieved One feature of the price sta bility outlook isnt quite as solid as the economists would like it to be They expect living costs to be relatively stable only be cause they believe that higher prices for services and some in dustrial goods will be offset by a drop in food The ex perts wish that all prices were going to hold steady but they dont think it will happen that way There is a comforting unani mity of views among the gov ernment experts Most think prices will edge up about one per cent and theyre convinced that two per cent is the outside limit THE PRICE expectations of the federal government econo mists mesh with simultaneous forecasts of a brisk rise in bus iness activity after the steel strike is settled They predict that the economy will grow at more than a normal pace but they dont look for the kind of superheated boom that would Camp David Talks AP Photofai END OF THE LINE The body of underworld leader Anthony Carfano companion Janice Drake The two were lies sprawled on the front seat of his mowed down in a fashionable part of big car alongside that of his blonde New York near LaGuardia airport Storm Damage in Iowa Storms carried along on winds of up to 75 and 100 miles an hour struck sections of south east Iowa Saturday inflicting considerable damage in some areas One windstorm about noon tore 17 small private planes from their moorings at Cedar Rapids Municipal Airport All 17 planes were demolished some of them sailing about 100 feet through the air and land ing on parkedcars THE STORM struck only in the airport vicinity and no dam age had been reported in other parts of the Cedar Rapids area No injuries were reported Other storm areas caught heavy rainfall inches at Corydon in a twohour and winds caused considerable damage to buildings and trees at Oskaloosa Osceola got two inches of rain in an hour and Lineville re ported inches Oskoloosa urn Mason City Cloudy and cooler Saturday night lows 48 to 52 Sunday partly cloudy highs 68 to 72 Iowa Occasional thunder show ers east portion Saturday night with locallyheavy rain over all but extreme north west Cooler over the state 45 to 55 Highs Sunday 65 to 75 Further partly cloudy Minnesota Clearing continued mild Highs Sunday in 70s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Saturday Crime Leader Slain NEW YORK HVUnderworld kingpin Anthony Little Augie Pisano Carfano 62 and a married beauty queen were shot in Mr K to Make a Report Nixon Joins in Sessions GETTYSBURG Eisenhower and Premier Nikita S Khrushchev Saturday had a frank intensive exploratory discussion of the Berlin dis pute and problems of Germany They also discussed disarma ment White House Press secretary James C Hagerty described the tone of the meeting as good Eisenhower and his Soviet visitor also spent more than two hours alone with an inter preter in private conversation presumably covering a large number of topics not immedi ately made known to their ad visers Their talks are scheduled to cover a wide range of critical Cold War issues during a week end conference at Camp David Eisenhowers Catoctin Mountain hideaway IN THE COURSE of the priv ate talks the two leaders left the sun room of Aspen Lodge visited the bowling alley in the camp recreation center and walked about the grounds for on dRo WELCOME TO MY DOMICILE President Eisenhower ushers Soviet Premier Khrushchev into Aspen Lodge at Camp David the presidential hide AP Photofax away in the Catoctin Mountains as they dig into world problems At right is Mr Ks interpreter Cleg Troyanovsky Maximum Minimum At 8 Precipitation 72 60 61 27 No More Negotiations in New York generate a new inflationary up surge High administration officials have been comparing this up turn to the 1955 boom and they like what they have found Some of the main inflationary forces that caused trouble in 1955 are conspicuously absent now Overseas demands for Ameri can goods are smaller A 1955 automobile boom does not seem to be in the cards Neither does a repetition of the huge 195657 business capital goods boom Foreign goods are flowing in to the American market in large volume and the competition is helping to keep United States prices under pressure Credit is less freely available than it was in 1955 The biggest difference of all it psychological The country took a lackadaisical attitude to ward inflation in 1955 but there now is a widespread popular conviction that the price line must be held had a heavy rain along with the wind Mason City received another halfinch of rain Saturday morn ing which followed a quarter inch fall during the night AT OSKALOOSA the wind blew the steeple off a new church put radio station KBOE off theair disrupted power in much of Oskaloosa and tele phone service between Oskaloo sa and Pella and Knoxville and blocked Highway 63 with fallen trees The Weather Bureau de scribed the storm as wide spread The storms were ex pected to continue in eastern Iowa through Saturday night and move out of the state by Sunday However temperatures were due to continue on the mild side too Saturdays lows were from 60 at Mason City to 66 at Cedar Rapids and the outlook for Sun day morning was for tempera tures mostly in the with clearing skies and moderate temperatures later in the day Premiers Wife Keeping Busy WASHINGTON her husband discusses world issues with President Eisenhower at Camp David Nina Khrush chev Saturday visited an ex perimental dry cleaning plant in suburban Silver Spring Md On Sunday Mrs Khrushchev has arranged to visit Mount Vernon George Washingtons beautiful home overlooking the Potomac from the Virginia shore The Khrushchev party is scheduled to leave for Russia Sunday evening lowan Killed in Unusual Accident BALDWIN UPI An un usual crash claimed the life of John Gnade 68 Maquoketa here Friday Authorities said Gnade was fatally injured when the towchain dragging his sta tion wagon snapped sending his vehicle into the path of another car being driven by Carl Huff stantial Queens neighborhood Carfano the pudgy Prohibition era henchman of AI Capone and longtime buddy of Frank Cos tello and Janice Drake 32 who was married to comedian Allan Drake were shot from the rear of the gangsters swanky car As Janice Hansen she was Miss New Jersey of 1944 THE AUTO apparently mov ing at the time veered onto a curbin the Jackson Heights sec tion of Queens about a halt mile from LaGuardia Field Neighbors told police they a bowlingalley He and hower watched while a Navy man Yeoman 2nd Class John saw two men flee from the car after they heard shots No wea pon was found Carfano was shot twice in the back of the head and once in his left cheek Mrs Drake the mother of a 13 yearold boy was shot in the back of the neck and in the right temple Carfano short and potbellied wore a dark blue silk suit His pockets were stuffed with money Mrs Drake who was linked with another murder seven years ago wore a smart blue cocktail dress mink and a stole H a e r t y Fennimore bowled a topnotch 218point game Halfertys scorecard was signed by Eisenhower and Khrushchev who congratulated him What particularly caught Khruschevs interest however was not so much the display of high skill in a game he did not really understand as it was the operation of the automatic pin setting machine EISENHOWER and Khrush chev who arrived at Camp David Friday in sunny weather found the skies gray and foggy over the Catoctin Mountains Saturday They began their talks at breakfast shortly after 8 and about an hour later went into a big meeting with their advisers headed by Secre tary of State Christian A Her ter and Foreign Minister Andrei A Gromyko It was in this session that Ger many and the Berlin problem were discussed and a start was made on disarmament issues They definitely got quite deeply into the Asst Secretary of State Andrew H Berding told a crowded room NEW YORK steel in duslrys top negotiator in the 74 dayold strike says hes ready to resume talks here Monday Bu Steelworkers President Davic man Maquoketa KEYSER DIES ROME UP Ernest Wise Key ser 83 internationally known sculptor of Atlantic Beach diedFriday night after a heart attack Police said there were re MRS DRAKE ports the two had been seen earlier at a hotel near La Guar dia POLICE SAID two weapons Daylight Time to End in Parts of Nation Sunday NEW YORK m Daylight savings tima will ond Sunday in a crazyquitt pattern of communtias across tho nation But in New York Naw Eng land and throughout most of tho MMdla Atlantic statas it will continue until last Sunday in October At 2 local tima clocks will back an hour in California Nevada Wiscon sin in parts of Indiana Penn sylvania and north e a s te r n Ohio and the eastern part of West Virginia In addition to the Eastern Seaboard states those that have extended daylight time include Illinois Missouri and were and 38 caliber revolvers Carfanos t r o u s e r pockets bulged with in 50 and 100dollar bills and in smaller bills He was identified from his auto license Mrs Drake was identified from labels in her clothes In 1952 she was questioned in con nection with the slaying of play boy dress manufacturer Nat Nelson She was released after she told police she had dated Nelson the night before his death Her husband who had been appearing at the Lotus Club in Washington with singer Tony Martin was notified of Mrs Drakes death and was enroufe to New York QUITS POST DUBUQUE Ufl James A Kentucky Scattered communities in jHucser has resigned as execu Indtana and Nebraska have jtive secretary of the Young Re adopted daylight time the of Iowa effective year round jSept 30 full of reporters in the Gettys burg press center This was not a superficial he added Hagerty said no new pro jects developed in the course of the talks about Berlin and Ger many But he said the Camp David meeting is not aimed at producing a decision He gave every indication that neither side changed positions Khrushchev will reappear on the public stage Sunday after noon following conclusion of the Camp David talks He is sched uled to hold an hourlong Wash ington news conference and make a subsequent hourlong television speech prior to his departure for Moscow Sunday night On the Inside General News Page 2 Eat Grow Younger 3 Clear Lake News 3 4 Church News 5 Maroon and Blue t 7 Mason City News 89 Society News 10 Sports 1112 Building News 1415 Latest Markets 16 North Iowa 18 One Dead Four Hurt in Crash South of Ogden OGDEN W An elderly man was dead and four young per sons were in a hospital at Boone Saturday with injuries suffered in a twocar crash south of here on Highway 169 Nick Adams 87 Ogden died late Friday several hours after the accident He was alone in onecar The injured are Marcia An derson 18 Algona driver of the second car Kalhryn Tic 20 Armstrong Trudy Bess 19 Wesley and Wayne Johnson 18 Algona The girls are stu dent nurses in Des Moines and Johnson is a student at Drake Officers said the accident oc curred when Adams turned at a rural intersection J McDonald says hes through talking in New York Chief Federal Mediator Jo seph F Finnegan plans to meet during the weekend in Washing ton withs Secretary of Labor James P Mitchell to review the stalemate Finnegan indicated the talks might be shifted from New York when they resume but he didnt say where McDonald broke off the nego tiations here Friday calling the IOWAN KILLED BABSON PARK Fla Second Lt Lee R Beaty 23 Des Moines was killed Friday when his jetpowered training plane crashed in Crooked Lake near here sessions a farcical He said he would resume only when management offers some thing worthy of consideration by selfrespecting steel work SAME IOWA SAFETY DEPARTMENT FIGURES AP Photofax GRASS ROOTS POLL French President Charles de Gaulle wearing miners helmet and dark coat goes down into a coal mine at Haillicourt France to sound out the opinion of the miners Hes touring the area to test reaction to his peace plan for Algeria ers Chief industry negotiator R Conrad Cooper said We hope that the union will reconsider its position and join with us then in a renewed ef fort to break the deadlock This New York has been our agreed seat of negotiations Wa plan to be here We want to bar gain and we want to reach an Asked if the union would re sume talks if the government requests it McDonald said We have never resisted a call of our government But we see no sense in coming back to New York City The seat of the gov ernment is in Washington The seat of the steel industry is in The strike which started July 14 has idled more than Steelworkers and thousands of workers in related industries The union is seeking unspecified wage increases But manage ment has argued that wage in creases would result in an in crease in the price and further inflation The union says the wage increases should from steel profits UnionBusting Charge Hurled Against Swift CHICAGO UPI Two sink ing packinghouse unions have charged Swift Co with a unionbusting attempt to bring strikers off the picket lines and back into the plants The charge followed a Swift offer Friday of hourly pay increases to striking em ployes who return to their job The offer amounted to unre stricted industrial wa r f a r said a joint statement by the Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen and the Unit ed Packinghouse Workers of America About workmen struck 36 Swift plants Sept 4 and an other processing and dis tribution employes walked out a week later The third week of bargaining ended in stalemate Friday and federal mediators scheduled an other negotiating session Mon day   

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