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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 28, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Idittd for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The VOL Assocltted Press United Press International Ful Lease Wires Newspaper That Makes All North lowans Neighbors MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JANUARY 28 I960 7c i Copy PApor of Fiitr Srrlion No our om 24h vigil mandatory j Flemming I has his i problems Gives views on cancer through tobacco haze By DICK WEST WASHINGTON UPI Sel dom have I seen so much to bacco consumed under a No Smoking sign during a discus sion about cancer People were firing up cigar ettes cigars and pipes all over the House Commerce committee room Noone paid the slightest heed to the No Smoking sign that hung on one wall Neither did the fact that Arthur S Flem ming Secretary of Health Ed ucation and Welfare was the witness deter them ONE OF FLEMMINGS agen cies the Public Health Service has often called attention to sta tistical links between smoking and lung cancer On this occa sion however he was talking about cancer in relation to cran berries chickens oranges and lipstick Worrying about things like that may be one of the rea sons people are smoking more The secretary was before the committee seeking a stronger law to protect us against can cercausing chemicals in foods drugs and cosmetics The bill would give him more power to ban the use of artificial coloring agents that might be harmful Flemming first gave a long discourse on the things that sci ence knows about the cause of cancer Then he gave a longer discourse onthe things it doesnt 1 Until there is more clear information on the subject he told the committee it is best not to take chances THAT IS ALL very well agreed Chairman Oren Harris but neither he added should Flemmings agency keep the nation in a constant state of alarm Flemming replied that he was trying hard not to create any undue concern But I gather some of the lawgivers still were concerned about the great cran berry panic as well as the less er uproars over chicken hor mones orange tinted oranges and new lipstick shades There seems to be no doubt now that we can eat cranber ries chickens and oranges with Outside Hormel plant Benefactors cheered AUSTIN Minn W Striking packinghouse workers from Albert Lea massed at gates of the Hormel plant in Austin Thursday morning to cheer their benefactors as they went to work Hormet employes members of United Packinghouse Work ers Local 9 have been donating a week of their pay toward strike relief for members of UPWA Local 6 in Albert Lea 18 miles west of here Local 6 has been on strike at the Wilson Co plant since Nov 3 Last weekend Local 9 held fund drive and collected about to buy 35000 pounds of meat for families of the striking Albert Lea workers The Austin local also gave Local 6 mem bers turkeys for Thanksgiving and staged a giant Christmas party for children of the strikers At 6 am Thursday between 75 and 100 Local 6 members from Albert Lea drove up to each of the Hormel companys north and south gates shouting waving and carrying banners saying thanks to the Hormel workers as they entered the plant AP Photofax NEW ENGINE The Agena satellite engine the first of a new breed that can be stopped and then restarted in flight is hoisted into place on a test stand at the Lockheed facility Santa Cruz Calif The engine can rocket heavy space ve hicles into orbit and unlike present motors be turned on or off as desired to achieve new paths or di rections Seeks Senate post now held by Dewel impunity But I am not so sure that kissing is safe IDES MOINES Job FLEMMING YOU MAY Brown DEmmetsburg call put 17 lipstick colors on theJThursday asked for nomination blacklist last year This madejpapers to run for the state Sen Former Rep Christiansen dies at 64 R Butch Christiansen 64 former state representative died at Veter ans Hospital Knoxville Thurs day morning He had been hos pitalized there several months He was elected to the Legisla ure in 1952 1954 and 1956 bu was defeated in the 1958 elec ion He also lad been em ployed in the Post Office lere three e a r s was clerk of the District Court n W o r t h County eight years and was county auditor 15 years Fu neral services Christiansen tentatively are set for Monda at the Conner Funeral Home Nbrthwood Surviving are his wife Mae Northwood three sisters IVIrj W A Beecher Torrance Calif Mrs Walter Hanson Minneap olis Mrs Victor Klove low Falls and a brother C R Chris tiansen Northwood two step sons Dr Donald W Hilborn Rapid City SD and James Hi born Menominee Wis A veteran of World War Christiansen was active in th American Legion M a s o n i Lodge Lutheran Brotherhoo and the Northwood Countr Club Floyd County auditor quits CHARLES CITY L Demands for plan growing Russ rocket edge cited WASHINGTON UBIl is con eivable that the Soviet Union ill have enough longrange nissiles within about two years o permit a massive missile at ack on the United States Gen homas S Power said Thurs ay The chief of the US Strategic iir Command said the only ic Soviet Union can be deterrec rom risking such an onslaugh s for an alert force of Ameri an strategic bombers to be in he air at all times POWER SPOKE at a meeting of the American Legion Na ional Security Commission I am confident that the So nets will be strongly deterre Tom risking an attack on thi country as long as they kno that they cannot destroy th alert force nor prevent it from retaliating decisively he sak The Air Force in moments of crisis in the past has kept a 24 lour vigil with nuclearequipped jombers in t h e air Demands lave been growing however that this policy again be invoked and maintained permanently In an address to the same group Sen Henry M Jackson D Wash urged that more than a billion dollars a year be spent to keep some SAC planes aloft atall times He urged increased spending also for other defense equipment POWER SAID that when the Soviet Union reaches the esti mated peak of its missile supe riority in about two years we will have no active defense whatever against their ballis tic missiles He said the United States will lack a fully opera tional and tested warning sys tem which under all circum stances will give SAC enough warning to get the alert force airborne before it can be de stroyed on the ground Power said that keeping a portion of his strategic bombers in the air had been tested thor ughly and found to be entire y feasible Jackson said much more mon ey also should be spent for ba istic missiles Polaris subma ines Army modernization and pace research Jackson is a member of the Senate Armed Services GOP in happy mood Vote drive is launched A DREAM COMES TRUE Regina Leonas 20 and her brother Tomas 17 decked out in new togs find a dream come true as they arrive in the U S by air from Russia Their parents Mr and Mrs Paulius Leonas Chicago appealed AP Piioiofax to Premier Khrushchev at DCS Moines last fall to allow tiie two to join them in this country Khrushchev relented Separated during the war they have not seen their parents since the lipstick makers see red The order banning the sale of lipstick has been set aside until Feb 1 to give the lipstick mak e r s time to raise objections Pending the outcome the ladies are free to use it at their own discretion Flemming said it was a ques tion of developing a cancerproof lipstick since none of the colors showed signs of causing cancer ateseat now held by Sen Duane Dewell Dewell last week announced he would not seek reelection FALSE ALARM SOUTHAM P T 0 N England UPI The troopship Empire F o w e y reported sounding a man overboard alarm for missing Cpl Fred Finney Fin riey was found four hours later Friecirich Floyd County auditor the last years announced Thursday that his resignation effective at the close of business Feb 13 had been accepted by the Board of Supervisors Fried erich has not divulged his future plans He said that he would continue to live in Charles City and that he would not be em ployed in a political position HEAVY TOLL I LOS ANGELES the J f WJ IT AWU t 1XJI LI 1 1JWU L J I k i 1 IVJ 1 I 1 ttlll But he said they might be harmIeeping in lhe cafetcria wherc first of the year in Los Angeles ful in other ways if used mhc said thc sllJDs roll dJdrTMZ ncrsons have died of nneu large quantities In view of all the smoking in the room I wondered why Flem ming didnt repeat the warning about lung cancer Somebody said this was because tobacco is neither a food drug nor cos metic i million blaze j hits j MINOT N D UPI AJ million fire swept through1 an entire city block Wednes day night destroying four stores and a hotel whose walls crumbled into the streets But all residents and workers in the area were safely evacu ated and the only casualties were an airman hospitalized for exposure and three firemen overcome by smoke The five buildings destroyed included1 the Grand Hotel a dress shopj hardware store a barber shop and an appliance store hc said the ships roll bother him as much persons have died of pneu jmonia and influenza Chicago traffic court now target of inquiry CHICAGO special Cook County grand jury in vestigating practices of thc Chicago traffic court Thurs day returned indictments against 37 persons including three Municipal Court judges The jury returned 17 indict ments naming among others Chief Justice Raymond P Drymalski and Judges Henry C Ferguson and John J bulli van Municipal Court Clerk Joseph Gill and four court referees The indictments covered a number of accusations includ ing nonfeasance m a i f e a sance conspiracy to extort to obstruct justice and to de fraud the city and Cook County The grand jury investigation followed disclosures that traf fic fines paid by some motor ists were never recorded as being received in the city or county treasury The citys police department also has been rocked by a scandal in which a number of officers have been linked to deals with thieves and gam blers A wholesale shakeup is under way and Joint Atomic committees The Weather North Iowa Cloudy foggy with occasional very light snow or freezing drizzle Thursday night lows 1826 Cloudy and locally cooler Friday highs in the 20s owa Mostly cloudy locall colder west foggy with occa sional very light snow o freezing drizzle cast Thurs day night lows 1020 cxtrem northwest 2030 elsewhere Cloudy colder Friday high 20s north to lower 30s south Further outlook mostl cloudy with little temperatur change Saturday Minnesota Light snow colder Highs Friday 1020 Globe Gazette weather dat up to 8 am Thursday Maximum 23 Minimum l At 8 am 22 Precipitation Trace On the inside Editorials Page 4 Comics S Society News 67 North Iowa News 8 Latest Markets 10 Mason City News 1011 Clear Lake 13 Sports 1718 Insurgents relax general strike Algiers still quiet BULLETIN ALGIERS Charles Oe Gaulles highest representatives pulled of Algiers Thursday leaving the city to insurgent French settlers In Paris an official source said the move was made so the government representatives could act without pressure ALGIERS Wi Rebellious renchmen Thursday eased a eneral strike which has par lyzed this city since their up ising against President Charles de Gaulles selfdetermination policy for Algeria Food supplies began moving in the capital amiutilities began functioning in response to sym pathetic appeals tothe barri caded insurgents by De Gaulles representatives The army announced that a state of siege and martial law remains in effect in the tense capital Armed insurgents still clung to the barricades They were firmly in control of an area in the heart of the city Paratroop ers ringed the insurgent cn WASHINGTON WVExubcrant Republicans heard President Eisenhowers assurance Wed nesday night that his adminis tration is making the United Slnlcs the strongest power on carlh in the military and eco nomic fitIds From Vice President Richard M Nixon came a clear message that while lie would be happy to inherit Eisenhowers pea CD and prosperity laurels he will not be content merely to stand on them as the new Republican presidential nominee In Washington Gov Nelson A Rockefeller of New York cau tioned GOP colleagues they cant coast on Eisenhowers per sonal triumphs because he said the voters will want to know in November what happens next IT WAS A rousing night for the Grand Old Party More than 100000 persons paying from 525 to a plate gathered in 83 cities in 13 states for a closnd circuit television Dinner with Ike Like Eisenhower and Nixon Cabinet members and others high in Republican circles de serted Washington o address ic dinners individually There was no public telecast it thoseattending the dinners heercd vigorously a President vho Rockefeller put escued the party from 20 years of wandering in the wil derness There were thundrous cheers SAME 45 IOWA SAFETY DEPARTMKXT White flat in means no traffic deatb past J hours campment to invade but made no move INSURGENT leaders called on the population to relax the general strike in answer to ap peals from De Gaulles delegate general to Algeria Paul Delouv ricr and Gen Maurice Challc BACK TO WORK LOS ALAMOS N M WV Four men exposed to nuclear radia tion Jan 15 at this atomic lab oratory town are back at work and an official spokesman said Thursday they were unharmed commander in chief of Frenc forces in Algeria Challe stressed in his appea that the French army was figh ing to keep Algeria declaration thatthe rebels have been demanding from De Gaulle The genera strike paralyzed most Algerian cities since the uprising Restlessness of the Moslems created a danger of new vio lence Some Moslems showed a backtowork urge DE GAULLE SHOWED no in dication of budging from his de termination to let the Algerians eventually decide their own fu with France homerule under France or in dependence The solid support of DC Gaulle by the people in France has shaken the spirits of the rebel lious settlers but their leaders are holding firm in trying to force a modification of his pol icy The insurgents had counted on a wave of popular support in France something like that touched off by the Algerian re volt in May 1958 SHE CANT STAND CATS BUT Pat Dereig 11 has an allergy to cats but nevertheless plays with some 33 purebred Siamese in a building near her Kaiamazoo Mich home Pats dad raised them commercially but left no AP Photofax provision for their care when he died Pat has to fortify herself with anti histamines before coming near them and plans to sell them after the will is probated for Nixon who spoke to 7000 persons in the International Am phitheater in Chicago That 13 where the Republicans are ex pcctcd to give him their presi dcntial nomination next July EVEN EISENHOWER who had sat smilingly at a table in the PanPacific Auditorium in Los Angeles while other speak ers were introduced jumped up and waved when Nixons coun tenance was flashed on the TV screen Rockefeller who likes Ike but shows no signs of extending this affection to Nixon got warm applause He was mobbed by dinner guests seeking auto graphs when he descended from the dais to tablehop about the bancjuet hall in Washington If there was a discordant note in an evening otherwise devoted to Republican unity optimism and fund raising it was that Rockefeller made no mention of Nixon while praising highly Ei senhowers accomplishments THE PRESIDENT told cheering audience of about 7000 persons that Democratic critics are wrong in contending that the Soviet Union has moved abreast or ahead of this country in mili tary might He said these critics arc engaged in noisy trumpet ing about dazzling military schemes But it was his central theme of a balanced budget and a pri vate enterprise economy that drew 17 of a total of 23 bursts of applause from his listeners1 They roared their aproval when he said that some politicians seemed to think mistakenly there is a sanforized one that wont shrink Drizzle fog hits traffic in parts of Iowa Freezing drizzle fog and slip pery highways hampered some Iowa motorists Thursday Visi bility was cut to an eighth of a mile in some areas Light mist and freezing rain made highways icy south and east of a line through Bedford Montezuma Waverly and Mc Gregor although salted roads in the area were normal Highways west and north of the line were near normal al though some icy roads were re ported near Algona Scattered light snow was ex pected to replace the drizzle in western sections of the state Thursday night and in eastern Iowa Friday Slightly cooler weather was expected Friday   

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