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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 19, 1960, Mason City, Iowa North lowat Daily Newspaper Edited for ttw MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The VOL n Auoeliletf in9 United International Tun Wlrei Newspaper That Makes All North lowans Neighbors MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JANUARY 19 WO Copy Paper ot N If 50 die in secon air crash of year Air safety probe enters 2nd week WASHINGTON UPI Senate air safety investigators Tuesday opened their second week of hearings on the nations grim 1959 airline accident record only 12 hours after the second fatal crash of 1960 The Senate Aviation subcommittee headed by Sen A S Mike Monroney questioned experts on how to detect bombs aboard airliners The group went into the matter jriefly earlier The subcommittee last week luestioned Civil Aeronautics Board CAB safety director Os car Bakke about the Jan 6 crash of a National Airliner near Bolivia NC The accident which killed all 34 aboard ap pears to have been caused by a bomb exploding in a wash A glance From any angle indeed its a sobering sight By ARTHUR EDSON WASHINGTON Wl Just to look at President Eisenhowers budget is a sobering experience Its something like a metropol itan phone book although not so exhilarating It weighs four pounds has 952 pages plus a 78page introduction costs S5 50 and presents statistics scampering everywhere in tiny print Eisenhower sent the budget to Congress Monday and two ob servations can be made immed iately 1 Anywell almost anycol legetrained economist could un derstand it 2 Probably no more formid able book will be published thi year Even its first sentence is dis couraging to one who loves and would like to protect the English language harm from governmenta oom COMMERCIAL AIRLINE crashes in 1959 claimed 294 ives the toll of the previous rear and the worst air safety record since 1952 Clarence Sayen president of he Airline Pilots Association a sharp critic of Fed eral Aviation Agency chief E5 vood R Quesadas policies was he leadoff witness Tuesday Sayen renewed his criticism of everal recent controversial reg ulations issued by Quesada Sayen has criticized Quesadas new rule effectivenext month rounding all airline pilots ai age 60 Other members of the APA have charged petty har FAA inspectors the issuance o PURSUANT TO the provi sions of the Budget and Accoun Act 31U S C 124 and other ap plicable laws its begins gaily the budget for the fiscal year 1961 contains the Presidents recommendations for the work program and financial program of the government for the 12 months beginning July 1 1960 and ending June 30 1961 Despite these portents anyone who has the patience will find i worthwhile to plow resolutelj through the budget The hugeness of the govern ment is shown on almost an page Open the big book anywhere Heres Page 369 and news from the general counsels office at the Agriculture Department IT WILL COST to give legal advice to this one de partment By contrast our first attorney general worked part time since in all departments of government there wasnt enough work to keep one law yer occupied There are embarrassing ad missions too although they are not labeled that way President Eisenhower is al ways talking about how these expenses must be cut cut cut Yet here he is admitting that household expenses are going up for him too Keeping up the White House and surrounding lawns will go from to a year There is also a picture of an expanding future with every thing better or worse depending on ones point of view CRIME WILL increase US marshals who handled 180853 prisoners in 1958 will have 195 000 by 1961 To catch these men and make them prisoners well need fin gerprints Ah ha The FBI is ready Last year it received 4 937362 sets of fingerprints so that 152594022 sets are now on file This seems like a lot of finger print but J Edgar Hoover is unsatisfied assment by and criticized bothersome new safety rules MONRONEY announced that federal airline crash investiga tors would be recalled for 2 closeddoor briefing on Wednes day Monroney said CAB crash probers might bring out then any new developments in the bi zarre case of the National air liner In addition CAB witneses at Wednesdays briefing were ex pected to supply a rundown on all other incomplete crash in vestigations Monroney said he would make public any progress reports that would not impede pending CAB inquiries SAME IOWA SAFETi DEPARTMENT FIGURES i O J REEVE 0 J Reeve in Senate race WAVERLY Oliver J Reeve 45 Waverly attorney Tuesday announced his candi dacy for the Republican nomi nation for U S senator Reeve is not a stranger on the Iowa political scene In 1936 only three weeks after he was admitted to the practice of law he was nominated Bre mer County attorney on the Republican ticket In Novem ber he was elected becoming at that time the youngest County Attorney in the nation at 21 AFTER SERVING for three terms Reeve devoted his full time to his law practice in Waverly He has gained a wide and varied experience in the many fields of law and has also acquired a distinguished reputation in the trial and tax fields He was born and reared on a farm near Sumner where he lived until entering his law practice REEVE HAS BEEN active in public affairs and is a mem ber of Rotary International Waverly Chamber of Com merce and the Bremer County and Iowa State Bar Assns He is married to the former Mary Ellen Beam Waverly He became the fourth Re publican to announce for the seat now held fay retiring Re publican Thomas Martin One Democrat Gov Herschel C Loveless has come out for his partys nomination FATAL INJURIES DES MOINES suffered when she was struck by a car in the downtown dis trict here Jan 7 proved fatal Monday for Bessie Jasinsky 70 Virginia scene of tragedy HOLDCROFT Va Nor folkbound Capital Airlines plane groping confusedly at housetop level in heavy fog crashed on the side of a marsh land ravine near here Monday night Fifty persons in the laming wreckage Early Tuesday rescuers who had been held back for nearly eight hours by the searing heal finally were able to enter a por tion of the hulk to begin remov ing the bodies of the 46 passengers and a crew of four Capital reported two of the victims were infants THE FIRST charred body WAS removed from the plane at am It appeared that few would be identifiable Police indicated a seat plan of the flight would be used to discover which pas senger was in each seat and that the seats would then be tagged tion to assist in identifica AP WRECKAGE IN WOODS Army troops and vohinHoldcroft Va The crafts tail section and part of a teers check over the still smouldering wreckage of the wing are shown Fifty persons including two infants Capital Airlines plane which fell to the ground at and the crew lost their lives New intelligence reports Paint rosy defense picture A crash truck parked near the still smoldering ruins and ayi bulances stood by to carry bodies to a hospital in Rich mond where the more difficult aspects of identification would be turned over to a medical ex aminer The big jet prop Viscount Capital Flight 20 from Chicago to Norfolk via Washington plunged to earth shortly after time she was due in Norfolk Only a few hundred yards away was an open field where the plane might have made a safe emergency landing had the pilot been able to see the field FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Sec retary Thumas S Gates Jr said Tuesday the clear balance of military power is heavily in our favor despite a Soviet edge in longrange missiles Chairman Richard B Russell DGa of the Senate Armed Services commiUee said after hearing Gates testimony that he was convinced we are strong enough at the present lime to deter any it is made by a madman Russell commented after Gales and Gen Nathan F Twining chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff gave the committee a se cret briefing which opened the groups annual review of na tional defense The testimony by Gates and Twining based on new intelli gence reports generally was well received by the committee Russell called it encouraging AP Phot of ax SNAGGED BY HIPS A dejected Daniel Bajula waits while a deputy saws him free to get him back in a cell at Little Falls Minn Bajula smeared him self with hair cream and then tried to slip through The volume of 2foot by 6inch opening used to hand prisoners work the report says is ex their meals He did fine until he got to his hips Trapped he finally yelled long enough to awaken the sleeping jailer is ex pected to increase But so is everything else SHE SEEMED to come down like somebody pulled a rug out from under her said Robert H Tench whose farmhouse is only about 300 yards from the crash scene near the Chicka hominy River She came straight down All but five of the passengers had boarded the plane at Wash ington forthe relatively short hop to Norfolk These five con tinuing through from Chicago had switched planes at Wash ington to finish their trip Tench said the plane which had left Washington for Norfolk at pm was perilously low and circling apparently lost in the heavy fog and light rain shortly before the crash It camd pretty near hitting my house twice Tench said The second time it went over it was so low that when I went outside my whole yard was full of smoke from the engines I went back in the house and all of a sudden I didnt hear anything I didnt hear an ex plosion and I didnt feel a jar ALL OF A sudden every thing was quiet Pieces of the plane were found hundreds of yards from the main part which lay burning in a selfmade ravine Around the intact tail section suitcases other luggage aluminum cook ing utensils and small shattered parcels were scattered every where The crash was the second commercial airliner disaster of the year and Virginias second in less than three months Thirtyfour persons died in the mysterious crash of a National Airlines plane near Bolivia N C Jan 6 Last Oct 30 a Pied mont Airlines plane crashed on a Blue Ridge mountainsidenear Waynesboro Va with the death of 26 of the 27 persons aboard On the inside Editorials Page 4 Clear Lake News 5 Society News 89 Mason City News 1011 Sports News1314 Comics 15 North Iowa News17 Farm News 1 Mercury fails to dip as far as anticipated Scattered snow flurries re mained Tuesday as the tagend of the storm which left many areas of Iowa blanketed heavily wilh new snow As the digging out process got into full sway colder weather prevailed Partial cloudiness however prevented the mercury from falling as low as had been pre dicted Cedar Rapids Council Bluffs and Sibley shared the Tuesday low of 6 degrees But there were some freak temperature variations because of an intermittent cloud cover For instance a little after the usual time for recording the morning lows the mercury dipped to 5 at Waterloo Highest temperatures Monday were from 15 at Spencer to 29 at I n c i dentally Spencers low Tuesday was 13 degrees North Iowa Partly cloudy and cold through Wednesday with scattered snow flurries Lows Tuesday night 48 Highs Wed nesday 1418 Iowa Partly cloudy continued cold Tuesday night and Wed nesday with a few scattered snow flurries mostly north and east Lows Tuesday night zero to 8 above Highs Wed nesday 1218 Further outlook Partly cloudy continued cold Thursday Minnesota Partly cloudy con tinued cold Highs Wednesday 815 Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation 22 n 13 trace Boy 9 says he not patents did juggling on taxes WASHINGTON W Dont send my Daddy and Mom to jail pleaded 9yearold Jim a rheumatic fever shutin I will go to jail for them This written appeal was di rected to President Eisenhower recently by a Midwestern young ster who feared his parents would be jailed as income tax cheats The boy had a special reason for offering to serve any jaii term that might be required To occupy his idle hours he had juggled the figures in his fa thers account books much to the dismay of tax agents The White House sent the let ter to the Internal Revenue Service which dispatched an understanding agent to call on Jim and assure him no one will be jailed IRS would not say where Jim Jives because it cannot identify people who have tax difficulties AP Photofax SAME BOYS ONE DAY LATER The Collins brothers Jack 10 Jimmy of the line The photo appeared in the 12 and Arthur 8 Dallas Tex were paper and calls flooded in A clothing photographed at left as they waited store outfitted them from head to toe vainly in line for new shoes given to re and a barbershop gave them their first lief cases by a merchant They were all haircut in months At right they pose gone by the time they got to the head after the transformation The testimony prompted Rep leorge H Mahon chairman of the defense appro priations subcommittee to re mark that this is the most en husiaslic and rosy and reassur ng presentation that we have ever had While cautioning against com placency both Gates and Twin ing criticized what Twining called a tendency to degrade the capabilities of the American people and the peoples of the free world and to picture in glowing terms the efforts of the Communist bloc In coming summit negolia lions Twining said we want to deal from strength We have terrific strength in the military and in our country Twining said he believes the possibility of an allout nuclear war with the Soviet Union is very very slim GATES SAID there is noth ng to justify a belief that the Soviets will make substantive concessions which will reduce our security requirements On the contrary he added the So viet Union is increasing its mili tary capabilities particularly in the missile delivery field But the impression in some quarters that the Soviet Union has overtaken or even outdis tanced the United States in military power is simply not supported by the facts he de clared MANNED BOMBERS a rm stili for both ourselves and the USSR the primary means of delivering heavy nuclear weap ons in the volume and with the accuracy needed to strike a de cisive blow In this category the United States far excels the USSR We have several timeg more intercontinental jet bomb ers and more medium jet bombers We are well ahead of the USSR in airtoair re fueling capabilities airtosur face missile development and other important air warfare techniques In a related development Army Secretary Wilbur M Brucker said the U S may strengthen its forces in South Korea in line with a long list of needs set forth by Gen Car ter B Magruder U S com mander there Massu ordered to fly to Paris PARIS civil and military chief Maj Gen Jacques Massu was ordered to fly to Paris immediately after the mayors of the Algiers region threatened to start an armed uprising against President Charles de Gaulle Massu tough paratrooper who headed the 1958 Algiers uprising that put De Gaulle in power was in an equivocal position himself He was quoted in a German news paper as saying that perhaps the army made a mistake in choosing De Gaulle its leader after that revolt
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