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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 14, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                YV l V North Iowas Newspaper lot VOL AMOclmUd tad tatted The i laUruttaa rrv GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION trflot Mokts All North I owo ns N t ig h bors i VSi i MASOW CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 14 7c Copy Tht comlst of Tour Or 4 1 President Age 69 Final 15 Months in Office to Be Busy Indeed By MERRtMAN SMITH WASHINGTON dent Eisenhower was 69years old Wednesday At an age when many men are puttering around in their carpet slippers he was speeding crosscountry in a je airplane This was typical of the Presi dent who survived three grave illnessesin his middle 60s to go on to the most active period o his life since the days of Work War II when he commanded the Allied forces against the Axis As the President flew back to Washington after an overnight visit to his boyhood home of Abilene there seemed little chance that his remaining 15 months in office would in clude any appreciable relief from the burdens of the presi dency v IN FACT HIS final 15 months in the White House promised to be unusually active including one or more summit confer encesa trip to probable journeys to Hawaii and Alaska and possibly one of the longest presidential jaunts in American history a trip to the Far East From all external evidence oh his 69th birthda was in good health ter health than at any tirh since his 1955 heart attack Hi associates describe his cond tion generally as AP Photofax HAPPY BIRTHDAY IKE Abilene student Rick Thornton presents President Eisetihow er with a cake on his 69th birthday The President was stopped as he was board his for Washington after spending a day in Abilene to break ground for the new Eisenhower Library Abi lene is Ikes home town Abilene High Honors Its Famous Alumnus7 ABILENE Kan UP Abilene High School pupils sang Happy Birthday as their most famous alumnus President isenhower left his old home town for the return trip to Wash Jigton Wednesday the 69th birthday of the President who Tuesday Controls on Disarmament The United States called Wed nesday for a on a System of international and do mestic police forces to preserve peace in the event of total world Xhe new surveywas proposed by Delegate Henry Cabot Lodge as discus sions of Soviet PremierNikita Khrushchevs t o ta 1 disarma ment plan before the General Assembly Sept 18 told the Assemblys 82 nation Political Committee the United States join other members of the new 10nation disarmament group in Geneva early1 next year ingiving to the Soviet proposals the most seri ous scrutiny HE SAID HOWEVER that the United States still does not know what kind of inspection and controls the Soviet Onion will accept and a key to whether the Soviet plan is ac ceptable There cannot be 100 per cent disarmament with only 10 per cent Lodge de clared He urged the Soviet Union to ers Finally He still has trouble with colds This however is not a cohditio that disturbs his doctor Ma Gen Howard Snyder The President only last wee returned from eight days in southern California where h went to lick a cold Sunshine and relaxation worked effective and although Eisenhower came home with a few traces o bronchial irritation he seemed to be feeling much better EISENHOWER leads a highly active life his daily ways of living still shows evi dence of his 1955 coronary ill ness There was a period when he his staff were sensitive about the amount of time he de yoted to recreation but this has disappeared for the most part Golf is part of Eisenhowers health program and frankly he doesnt care what people say He must watch his diet He stays away from fats starches and sweets Instead of bacon for breakfast he has a small piece of lean steak He uses little or no butler on his toast and takes his coffee black ing Basenear where his jet plane for the flight to Washington The President got plenty of birthday cakes one Tuesday and two more Wednesday MOST OF THE Abilene High School student body including band was clusteredaround he hotelthis morning As the President came out the door wo sisters ducked under a rope loiding back the crowd made an unscheduled presenta ion of one of the cakes They were Suzanne and Deb bie Froelich ages 5 and 7 daughters of Mr and Mrs R of Enterprise Kan said the beam ng President Thank you very Then up stepped Rick Thorn on president of the Abilene igh School Student Council e gave the President a mall white cake decorated ith red green and yellow rimmings and inscribed witha imple Happy IN A LOUD firm voice hornton told the President Mr President on behalf of bilene High School which hon arid Union Far Apart in Wage Talks CHICAGO Broth erhood of Railroad Trainmen and the nations railroads ap peared far apart Tuesday after a meeting designed to explore opposing demands The BRT renewed its claim or a 14 per cent pay hike for he employes it repre sents The individual railroads previously made a counter de mand that employes take a 15 cent pay cut Negotiations reached the na tional stage for the first time under provisions of the Railway Labor Act A spokesman for the Western Carriers Conference plan t pus consideration y the question o what happens after disarma asserted Italt inatiohs lay down their arms there must be institutions to preserve international peace and security and promote the rule of law It seems to the U S gov eminent that there are questions in particular to which detailed answers should be 1 WHAT TYPE of interna tional police force should be es tablished to preserve interna tional peace and security 2 What principles of inter national law should govern the use of such a force ROCK N ROLL GOVERNOR Jan ice Smiley 15 Asheville N C student leads Gov LutherHodges of North Carolina in a red hot dance number af ter she crashed the southern governors conference meeting Saying she would AP Photofax getan A in journalism if she could get an interview with a governor she came back with 12 of them one with each in attendance But now shes in the doghouse at school since she skipped out during regular class hours WONT BE BEEPING NUISANCE ShaddupDevice on Satellite FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON Americas newest satellite carries an au tomatic gag to make sure it wont make a beeping nuis ance of This will please space scien tists the world over If theres anything they a sat ellite that keeps talking long after it has anything new to say Aboard E x p 1 o launched Tuesday irat Cape Canaveral is a tiny developed by the Bu lova Watch Co for the ex press purpose of telling the satellite a year from now to shut up The Explorer VII itself will stay in orbit 20 to 25 years But it wont be per mitted touse Itsradio voice however delightfully modu lated for more than 12 months There are only so many ra dio frequencies in this noisy universe and any satellite that hogs one too long is just keeping newer and possibly smarter ones from speaking their r From now on it scientific bureaucrats call a requirement that all U S satellites be equippfed with shaddup devices b e f or e launching If Vanguard Is antennae were ears they would be burn ing Historys littlest satellite weight 3V4 also is the gabbiest Launched March17 1958 Vanguard I may live years Its yipping little voice powered by the sun may last nearly as long Nobody has any idea how to squelch it As one scientist said all we can do is listen around Unless a transistor fails or an errant little meteor scores a hit Vanguard I will beep beep long after the scientists who created her are dust Explorer VII joined eight other American satellites still up including one orbit ing the sun The Soviet Union has three also including one circling the sun Committee i d would resume sometime after Nov 1 Yard switchmen now earn a day while freight train brakemenare a day and passenger brakemen Hes in his office virtuallj every morning before 8 oclock but after lunch stretches out in bed for a rest of from 30 minutes to an hour Eisenhower seems less in clined to outbursts of temper than during his earlier years in the While House A year from now at the age of 70 he will be the oldest man ever to hold the office of presi dent On the Inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 121314 Latest Markets 15 Clear Lake 18 Sports News 1920 North Iowa News 24 Mason City 3031 Comics 32 ROGERS FEELING FINE WASHINGTON Gen William P Rogers was re feeling fine Wednes day at Walter Reed Army Hos pital where he is recuperating from an operation to remove a small growth from his vocal cords SAM jors you as alumnus we present to you this smali birthdaygift which expresses in our small way the apprecia tion we have of you as the lead er of our great country Abi lene High School says Happy Birthday Eisenhower accompanied by his brother Milton Eisenhower then was whisjted to the Abilene airport where he boarded the helicopter The Presidents observance o iiis birthday should be muc quieter than the past two days He had a family dinner schec ued Wednesday night Warm Trend in Iowa No Rain in Forecast Warmer weather moved into Eowa Tuesday night and kep Wednesday mornings tempera ures above freezing over mos of the state Mason City and Atlantic re ported overnight lows of 27de grees Ixws ranged to 38 at Davenport The warming trend was ex pected to continue Wednesday night and in eastern Iowa Thurs ay Lows of Thursday are due o be in the 40s and lower 50s There was f one unusual fac the weather icture No precipitation was eported arid none of conse uence is expected ia the next fivo 3 What internal security in precise terms would be required by nations of the world if existing armaments are abolished The U delegate made it clear that the United States had no objections in principle to total disarmament provided there could also be total conr trpl to prevent violations In agreeing totake up the Khrushchev plan at the Geneva Ul UAJ I Y REUTHER REELECTED Jjiisarmament talks Lodge mad it clear that the committe also would discuss other propos als including those made t British Foreign Secretary Sel wyn Lloyd before the Genera Assembly ATLANTIC CITY N J The United Auto Workers re Waller Reulher presi dent by acclamation Tuesday Reulher first was elected in CHEERS FOR 1 Photofzx Chicagos Mexican com munity is outin force to greet Adolfy Lopez Mateos President of Mexico who spent a day in the Windy City before going to New York Mateos waves to the throng from the side of his bubbletop auto covered with flowers Mrs Deyo to Remain in Jail Grace Deyo 43 rural Clear Lake woman charged in Mis squri with the murder of her husband stays in Cerro Gordo County Jail District Judge T A Beard more Wednesday ruled tha Sheriff Jerry Allen is not il legally holding Mrs Deyo and that she must held withoui bond MRS DEYO through her at torney E R Boyle last week charged that under Iowa and Missouri law she was en titled to be ad milted to bail unless proof of her guilt was evident or the p r e sumption Mrs Deyo is held as a fugi tive from jus tice A war rant of arrest MRS DEYO ssued in the MagistratesCourt of Ozark County charges hat she conspired with Bill Shandler to poison her husband Kenneth Deyo 42 Judge Beardmore inhis deci sion said the only law which applies in Mrs Deyos case is the Uniform Criminal Extradi ion Act He called it the sole and exclusive law of this state pertaining to extradition of fu itive from JUDGE BEARDMORE con luded that the act provides n substance that a prisoner who s charged with a crime punish ble by death or life imprison ment may not be admitted to Missouriauthorities have un il Nov 2 to begin extradition roceedings through Her chel Loveless County Atty iVilliam Pappas Wednesday em hasized the initiative now is up o Missouri and that Mrs Qcyo ould be released Nov 2 unless ction is taken by them rr H Mason City Partly cloudy little warmer Steelwork night Partly cloudy only much change in industry Thursday Highs Thursday Wedi to 57 Lows Wednesday 37 to or go wi Iowa Cloudy extreme Conrad east to fair southwest the i warmer except team thr northeast Wednesday d e f i Partly cloudy continued positi Thursday Highs a Whi 50s northeast to mid board southwest Lows night lower 30s northeast called tl upper 40s southwest that the Thursday 50s north 60s is the Further outlook break the cloudy and cooler s Minnesota Mo s 1 1 y cloudy warmer Highs Thursday and duslry calls I ion if a GlobeGazelte weather was the i up to 8 before Maximum has hej Minimum its side fo At 8 half The b Precipitation facts of tl cnt Eiscnhow YEAR ther Maximum ask for a T Minimum PROBLEMS OF wage increase in d this as the in a statement White House factfind statement pounded day in No Van Doren NEW YORK UP Charles Van Doren Wednesday accepted a subpoena demand ing that hetestify Nov 2 congressional probe into fixed TV quiz shows U S Marshall Thomas J Lunney said the counsel to the House subcommittee conducting the probe told him a subcom mittee member had served the subpoena Lunney had said earlier he would serve the writ THE MARSHALS announce mcnt came as Van Doren win ner of on the 21 show reappeared in public for the first time since last week His where abouts had been a mystery un til it was learned Tuesday he had spent the weekend in New England Van Doren looking well and strode into the Hotel Roosevelt for a news confer ence He first went to the seventh floor to confer with his attorney Carl J Rubino Van Doren refused to discuss charges of television rigging He said he had been unaware until Tuesday that House inves tigators had issued a subpoena for his appearancebefore them Out of deference to the com mittee Van Doren said he would not discuss the hearings before the press radio and tel evision HE SAID THAT last Thurs day he was so distressed at events of the past few days in cluding my suspension by NBC I decided to take the week off to He and his wife went to New England he to try to find solace in the Octo ber beauty of the country was not until Monday that I heard about the committee wanting In Washington House subcom mittee counsel Robert Lishman said the group has information which would1 indicate that The a program that seated bank officials on its stage to demonstrate its hon esty was The Rev Charles E Stoney Jackson Tullahoma said he had been permitted to win up to the point on the show and had then got the mes sage that it was time for him to take his money and go home JACKSON PREVIOUSLY had made similar charges about The Challenge pro gram on which he also ap peared In neither case he said was there any direct discussion of the fact that the questions were selected in warmup sessions so as to keep or get rid of a contestant It was very saintly compared to what I read about on some of those other he said Jackson said They never told me what they were going to ask me on the show They just asked me about 50 questions before hand and if I missed 15 theyd never ask me one of the 15 I never got a question that I hadnt already He said when he received the level then suddenly I couldnt get to talk to me They were all friendly be fore that and I had grown to like them but they were giving me the cold Single Cell Occupancy Demanded by Lainson COMPOSER DIES NICE France WtrComposer udolf Mengelberg 67 died Tuesday f T EDITORS NOTE This fs the second in a series of articles by Erie Stanley Gard ner famous writer of mystery stories who also is a respected authority on prison reform and rehabilitation The articles were written for the Lee Newspapers of fol lowing recent prison disturb ances in that state By Erie Stanley Gardner Percy Lainson who is now re tired wardea of Stale Prison at Fort Madison bad one ultimatum which he presented for some time When ever the state started pulling two men in a cell he would re sign As a result he had one of the few prisons where Ihere was single cell occupancy For Ihc most part the lax payers having shutup a man become economy minded It is a very expensive construction to build a high security unit It s also very expensive to man t Ai a resultp virtually every penitentiary is smaller than it should be and overcrowded AS ONE WARDEN expressed it to me I havent a single man acting as a guard who doesnt have some temperamen tal fault which actually should disqualify him as a guard On the other hand if I fired him and tried to replace him at the salary that the slate allows me to pay I would have to take somebody who was In many prisons the wardens either   

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