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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 3, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas ily Newspaper Edited for HOME EDITION the Newspaper That Makes All North I VOL ft AuocUted Presi United ntenutioui Full MASON TUESDAY NOVEMBER 3 1959 7e Copy Paper Consist Two SecUonfSecUoB Bigger cut Demanded by Panama 5050 split of revenues sought by opposition GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTON A greater share of Panama Canal Zone revenues for Panamanians is being demanded as citizens of the Central American republic celebrate their Independence Day Tuesday Political opportunists of Pana ma propose a peaceful inva sion of the Canal Zone to af firni Panamas claim of sover eignty over the to re assert their demands for a 5050 split of the revenues of the Pan ama Canal Co The idea was put forward by Aquilino Boyd an Opposition deputy and for mer foreign minister whose presidential aspirations are evi dent BOYD AND OTHER Opposi tionists among them Ernesto Castillero Pimentel a former vice foreign minister are urging Panamanians to walk or drive in good order through the Ca nal Zone carrying national flags but taking care not to break any laws and the zone They caution against physical force or ma terial Plucking feathers from the American Eagles tail is normal procedure in Latin America in Panama its a political impera tive Panamas case however is special The Canal is the princi pal source of income for Pana manians As activity in the zone rises or falls so goes the na tional economy The Panaman ians over the years have beer so busy supplying the Zone and its clients with goods aridserv ices that they have1 neglectec their own mineral resources and their own agriculture THE UNITED STATES unde a treaty of 1903 acquired in so got help on ugat Future of quiz star clouded Loses both his jobs BIG PILE OF EVIDENCE Enough goods to stock a small hardware store is stacked at police headquarters in Co lumbus Ohio in a probe of burglaries and larceny which thus far has led to the arrest of nine policemen men AP Pbotofai and there still may be others allegedly helped themselves to the from kitchen ranges to sports equip on nightly rounds br al lowed others to do it for them perpetuity the struct operate right to con and maintain the isthmian canal plus juris diction over the 10milewide Canal Theclause in dis pute Art Ill gives the United States all the rights power and authority within the zone which the United States would possess and exercise if it were Heavy voter turnout in Third Ward 4 A heavy vote in the Third Ward marked the city election Tuesday inMasonCity The cumbent Dan Shire Fred Wagner are seeking elec tion as councilman Total vote at about was as compared with 76C at the same time in 1957 the last municipal election The third ward cast 477 of Tuesdays votes THE FACT that 10 candidate are seeking the three counci seats available was creditec with stirring the interest in thi years election The total vote for the day i RAIN Go back to says Wilson Go WASHINGTON UP Van Doreri out of one job and suspended from another faced Tuesday a future clouded by his story of deceiving the jmblfc on a rigged television quiz show Within hours of his public testimony Columbia University accepted Van Dorens offer to resign as an assistant professor of English The action by the universitys board of trustees was made effective immediate ly National Broadcasting which suspended Van Doren with pay last month from a 000ayear commentator fired him Tuesday VAN DOR EN himself was un certain of his future plans I hope to be a he told newsmen I think I would be better at that than anything To some extent at least Van Dorens future may depend on public reaction to his emotion the sovereign of the expected to run far above th iu registered in 1957 Th The Panamanian view of the untn subjunctive clause if it were the r sovereign appears to tN THE FIRST Ward there have been inserted in the treatyare four candidates They are with purposeful ambiguity is Paul Luueiiian the incumbent that the United States enjoys certain specific rights in that area the Zone but is not its owner or Aquilino Boyd took the same attitude during the Suez dispute of 1956 when he was Panamas foreign minister He challenged a statement offormer Secretary riason City Mostly cloudy cold er Tuesday night lows 2832 Occasional rain colder lowa Mostly cloudy with occa sional rain spreading north eastward a cross most of th state Tuesday night and con tinuing Wednesday Colder north night lows upper 20s extreme north to near 40s south Cold er Wednesday highs 40 north to 50 south Further cloudy and cool or snow likely Minnesota Cloudy flurries colder Highs Wednesday 25 35 CHICAGO UPI Wilson Rhumba king on packed story 01 accepting help AP Photofax JUST PUBLICITY Bandleader said he appeared on the Challenge quiz program for publicity purposes but was surprised when the producers gave him advance help in answering the questions asked him Puts finger on Challenge FEOM OUR WIKE SERVICES leader jxavier Cugat testified Tuesday that he was given answers in advance when he won on the TV quiz show The Cugat told House investigators that he had been given advance assuranceby his publicity agent who arranged for his ap pearance on the show in June 1958 that he need not worry about looking bad on the pro gram But it came as a surprise to him he said it turned out that all of the questions were ones which he had been asked in a preshow warmup session by a member of the producers staff re sume negotiations with the United Packinghouse Workers until striking employes return to work TwentyOne I was involved deeply in volved in a he told the House Legislative Oversight subcommittee Monday He added at another point that I Wjhon accused the union give almost anything I and central Tuesday provoking the walkout by to reverse he course of my vious methods and false in the last three THE IMMEDIATE reaction was mixed Some of the com mittee members praised his ac tion in telling the truth at last and urged that his employers wait for public reaction before making any decision The one public interruption refused to give during the hearing was hostile Ray Randall Sam Poulos and Mrs T Henry Hvattum There are also four candidates for councilman at large The incum bent is Jacob Ravenstad Op posing him are Mrs Ward Hamilton Herve Towner and Phillip Skipton The voting places by precincts GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Tuesday Maximum 43 Minimum 33 At 8 44 FATAL BLAST misleading THE COMPANY said workers at plants in Albert Lea Minn Cedar Rapids Iowa Kansas City Kan sas Memphis and Los Angeles continued on strike The workers the company written assuranceirne Caustic remark by Rep that they would work the B Derounian RNY scheduled and observe the rules tnat an intelligent adult ion trend ORDILL UPI Ah ex plosion in a commercial dyna mite section of the Olin Mathie son chemical plant here Tues and regulations of the company Wilson said UPWA President Ralph Hel tein countered by accusing the companyof trying to coerce the vorkers into negotiating indi vidual contracts I day shook nearby one man was killed towns and of State Dulles that the the vote had given tli United States the equivalent of sovereign rights contending that it merely had granted this country certain powers exclusively for purposes of the THE UNITED STATES has twice revised the treaty in Pana mas favor The annual payment to Panama was raised from the original to in 1936 and rights and privi leges that had hankled Pana manians were relinquished Then in 1955 the annuity was boosted to and prop erty worth million to million was ceded to For all their talk of nationali zation or internationalization of the Canal Zone what Panama nians really want is more mon from a million annuity to a working partner ship in the Canal Company in cluding half its gross revenues from its shipbuilding railroad and steamship line This is a sizable amount in the fiscal year ended June 30 1958 the company grossed million Its net after paying all costs of the Canal Zone government in cluding schools was only million On the inside Editorials 4 Society 89 Mason City News 1011 Sports 1314 Clear Lake 15 16 Latest Markets 17 Farm News 19 North Iowa News First Ward 1st Precinct School Administration Building 73 2nd Precinct Waterworks Second Ward 1st Precinct Courthouse 143 2nd Precinct McKinley School 58 Third Ward 1st Precinct City Hall 301 2nd Precinct Roosevelt Junior High School 176 Fourth 1st Precinct S R Chevrolet Precinct Madison SAME IOWA S4FETX DEPARTMENT shouldnt be praised for telling the truth brought a burst ap plause Yet as the boyishfaced wavy haired Van Doren left the hear ing room spectators fought their way through the mass of he workers Talks were broken off last Fri day and a Wilson spokesman said They will not be resumed until such time as these men areback to THE UNION further charged to reach his side the company was looking out for shake his hand wish him well Youngsters got a treatment instead of treat FREMONT Calif JB Po lice hunted Tuesday for Dr William V Syne a dentist they say gave candycoated laxative pills to youngsters Halloween None of the 16 moppets who BYTHE ASSOCIATED PRESS Voters Tuesday elect two governors legislators in five states and hundreds of mayors None of the contests was fought on national issues but politicians hope to spot trends for the 1960 presidential year The two liveliest contests were for governor of Kentucky and mayor of Philadelphia In the latter battle onetime Republican wonderboy Harold E Stassen is making what could be his final bid for elective office He is expected to lose to incumbent Democrat Richardson Dilworth In Kentucky Democrat Bert T Combs is running against Republican John M Robison a former congressman Combs favored but an intraparty retiring Governor A Bi Happy Chandler may make it a close race Mississippi also elects a gov ernor but segregationist lawyer Ross Barnett is unopposed He won the runoff primary in Aug ust Cold rain in forecast The weather was nice again over Iowa Tuesday But the forecasters said in effect Youd better watch out beYork cause its going to be HE SAID THE warmup ses sion was held in his apartment and the staff aide gave him the answers to the questions which he could not answer All questions were about Tin Pan Alley Cugat appeared before a House subcommittee which Mon day heard a painful confession of TV quiz show deception from Charles Van Doren the quiz whiz of the now defunct 21 show The subcommittee also was told Monday that associate pro ducer Shirley Bernstein of The Challenge secretly coaches some contestants on the show Miss Bernstein is the sis er of conductorcomposer Leon ard Bernstein Cugat said coached in lis New York City apartment in three preprogram sessions by M e r t Koplin the producer of The who was also on the subcommittee witness list HE INDICATED that kept very little of the for him self He didnt say exactly how much He said he gave 10 per dent or to his publicity agent State legislators are b e 5 n gjwho arranged the appearance PLAN OKd DES MOINES ft The Iowa Executive Council has granted the highway patrol authority to take bids on modifying emerg ency generators at six state po lice radio stations so they will operate on liquid petroleum gas The indications were that cloudiness would increase bring drizzles Tuesday night and Wednesday probably rain mixed with snow along the nor thern border late Tuesday night or early Wednesday and colder weather Wednesday Wednesday morning tempera tures are expected to be from the 30s in the northwest to the upper 40s in the southeast patrolmen say got the pills compare to Tuesday lows Moines The situation AP Photofax FIRE VICTIMS BURIED of her six seated at extreme the eight victims of Qttuimvas tragic right Carlton Campbell and es f ire last week are buried at Shaul Ceme tranged wife parents of one of the tery outside of that Mississippi River other victims are seated at extreme city Mrs Patricia Van Home who lost left was hospitalized but six who ate them suffered nausea and diarrhea or both Tests showed the pills contained bit ter aloe a strong purgative Police are carrying a war rant for his arrest charging him with the misdemeanor offenses of outraging public decency and unlawful dispen sing of medicine Police reported more than 450 of the pills were found in vnconsumed Halloween loot after a check of 250 homes No decision yet in balloting at UNITED NATIONS UPI The General Assembly set a new record in its marathon bal loting Tuesday without breaking the deadlock between Turkey and Poland It suspended furth er voting in its Security Counci election for two more weeks Six ballots were taken bringin the total to 37 and breaking tht record of 36 cast in 1955 whci a stalemate between the Philip pines and Yugoslavia was bro ken by drawing lots jof 33 at Dubuque to 42 in Des as to highest chosen in New Jersey New Kentucky Virginia and Mississippi Only 11 vacancies are being filled in New York Mayors are being elected in Boston Cleveland Pittsburgh San Francisco Salt Lake City and many smaller cities In Indiana 103 municipal elec ions are being held Democrats von 72 of 104 city elections in 1955 and the Republicans are out to reverse this Stassen reached his highest elective office as the youthful governor of Minnesota He made several tries to win the Republi can presidential nomination but temperatures Monday from 4 at Mason City to 54 at Counci Bluffs Tuesday upper 50s to ower 60s Wednesday in the Os and lower 50s ave some to a Spanish orphan age some to an Italian orphan age and some to my brother who helped me study for the show Most of the balance went for I know I broke no he said I know I intended no in jury to any person I know that as an entertainer I am called upon ail the time to makebe lieve to help make a good show never came close In 1958 he ran as a candidate in the Republicar primary for governor of Pennsylvania and lost the nomination to an ob scure pretzel manufacturer I suppose The the producers of Challenge also wanted to make a better show and so they madebelieve too If there was loo much makebe lieve I wish you could do some thing about it without giving en tertainment too much of a black Honesty best policy Intellectuolism dealt severe blow by Van Doren incident By JAMES MARLOW WASHINGTON Charles Van Doren who got fame and fortune by taking credit for knowing morev than he knew finally decided on honesty as the best policy for nonintel lectual reasons In the end this may be the source of the bitterest remorse for this 33yearold exteacher who had preached the glories of the intellectual life Columbia University accepted his resig nation Monday Van Doren stressed the men tal tortures he endured before deciding to admit he got help in winning on the rigged TV show with it He arrived at his mo ment of truth only after he knew he faced possible prosecu tion for perjury if he kept oa lying He didnt say this He ex plained Monday to a congres sional committee investigating crooked TV quiz shows that in Actually he lied as long as lne cnd it was a small thing he could expect to get awayllhat tipped the scales in in   

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