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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 4, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper f for VOL 91 MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The Newspaper That Makes All North I ow a n s Neighbors i United wire MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY FEBRUARYS 1960 7c Copy Thl Coniu of Kour scii HOME EDITION Murray not to campaign AMES WB Dr William G Murray took himself out of the 1960 race for the U S Senate Thursday but left the door open for a try at public office in 1962 He had said earlier he might seek the Republican An assist to small farmers Higher prices must be main goal of Nixon By KENNETH FINK Princeton Research Bureau PRINCETON N J Vice President Nixon has recently in dicated that he will soon present ajid to the nation a new ajid differ ent farm policy Judging from the results of talking to rank and file farm ers particularly to those in the Midwest we are convinced that if Nixon can satisfy farmers on the following specific matters he will be taking a giant step towards his goal the nations highest elective office First of all Nixon must show farmers that his new policy will enable them to get better prices for their farm crops LOW PRICES FOR farm nomina tion for the Senate next June The Republican nominee for governor in 1958 in a statement said Although I have received letters of encouragement rrom all overthe state I have decided not to run for the United States Senate In checking with friends I have found too many who do not favor a repeat race with my opponent of two years ago MURRAY LOST to Gov Her schel Loveless in the 1958 gen eral election Loveless is the only announced candidate for the Democratic nomination for the Senate seat being vacated by Sen Thomas Martin R Murrays statement added Since I like teachingI am going to stick to my teaching job at Iowa State But I like politics and will be ready for a vigorous campaign two years from now should there be a de mand for my services at that time HIS STATEMENT did not say what office Murray an econom ices professor at I o w a State University might seek in J9G2 but he explained that he would be interested in the governor His decision to stay out of the Republican race for the Senate nomination this year leaves foiir i state Sen Jack Mii ler Sioux City state Rep Ken Farmers are agreed on this r i n g e rH Oliver Re crops is easily the No 1 comj plaint of farmers one point If they could onlv get ef nd J Seemn better prices f o r their crops 00 s a candidate they would prosper And price F statistics would seem to bear tor farmers out1 on this Over the months farmer after farmer has told our interview ers We dont get enough for our crops The prices we get are not high enough for us to live We cant exist with the prices of t h e crops we raise what they are today In other words if the Nixon plan does not show farmNorth Iowa cloudy through they will get more for their crops it wont satisfy them regardless of where they live Second of all Nixon must con vince farmers that his plan is tailor made to help the small and medium sized just the big farmer Too many farmers are of the opinion thatthe present policy works to the advantage of the big farmer To too many little farmers the Administrations present policy seems to be only to help bigger the big farmer get o OC1J JJUllitvU rilCKeUlUUIJCL cloudy elsewhere lows in the RiOwa said he has not made 20s Cloudy Friday highs lowany recommendation for the er 30s Further outlookCon judgeship as yet siderable cloudiness no impor There has be tant temperature change Satsupport for a number of attor urday Minnesota Partly cloudy high1 Friday 2535 AS AN ILLUSTRATION a farmer with 160 acres 320 acres or a section 640 acres of wheat land in Kansas hears or reads that certain big farm ers in his state have received or more from the fed eral government for wheat sub sidies or for not planting wheat This is probably more money than the small farmer has ever seen or will see during his life time As result rightfully or wrongfully he blames the pres ent farm administration for per mitting such a policy For 1960 Congress has theo retically put a limit on the amount a farmer may re ceive Regardless of how the new policy works out 550000 still sounds like a tremendous amount of money to the aver age farmer Nixon then must convince farmers that his farm program is specifically designed to help the little farmer and not the big one If he fails to do this his program will do him more harm than good come Election Time ONE FURTHER THING Nixon must always keep in mind is that farmers are becoming more and more concerned about the rise in operating costs of farming over the past dozen years While prices for crops have remained relatively t h e same over the years in some cases even the price of tractors labor feed and other things farmers must buyto stay on the farm have steadily risen The Nixon farm plan then must specifically show farmers how it will bridge the gap be tween low farm prices on the one hand and high farm operat ing costs on the other If it fails to do this Nixon will hurt Friday Lows Thursday night in the 20s Highs Friday in the 30s Iowa extreme and southeast Thursday night Globe Gazette weather data said up to 8 am Thursday Maximum Minimum YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 33 18 24 2 PARALYZED IS RIGHT The weather bureau was right when it forecast paralyzing blizzards for the Halifax N S Canada area Here a lonely pedestrian slogs his way through the snow AP Jhntofax plugging the usually busiest street in Halifax Nearly 30 inches of snow fell in 21 hours to establish a record Th f rail strik eases FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers BLE agreed Thursday to submit its by the men at the throttles of goliations and mediation efforts the nations freight and passcnsince early last fall submit ger trains The railroads agreed Wednes wage dispute with the railroadsJday to a proposal by the Na to binding arbitration jtional Railway Mediation The unions action wiped out Board that the carriers and the threat of a nationwide strike union locked in unsuccessful ne their wage differences to an ar bitration board A BLE spokesman in Cleve land said there were no strings attached to the decision by the 40000inember union Until Thursday there had been indications the union would refuse to arbitrate thus increas ing the possibility of a paralyz ing strike The engineers unions action heralded a possible peaceful set tlement of the entire railroad Martin backs Nolan for judgeship W A S H I N G TON E Martin RIowa Wednesday recommended D C Nolan of Iowa City for appoint m e n t as a federal judge in Jlowa Martin said he has recom mended Nolan a Republican state senator to the Justice De partment for judgeship in the Southern Iowa District The va cancy was created last week when President Eisenhower ap proved immediate retirement of li U Jill linuiaic i UL south and southeast rain or E d w i n R Hicklin 64 of Wa freezmg ram extreme south peno O rNTl4VtAnnf Til1 Sen Bottrke B Hickenlooper There has been considerable neys in southern Iowa the area of the judgeship and I am still studying the qualifications of these candidates Hickenlooper Eisenhowers nomination for Hicklins successor will be sub ject to Senate confirmation Nolan 57 has been practicing law in Iowa City since 1931 and is a past president of the Board of Governors of the Iowa Bar i Assn More Iowa schools adopt salary policy DES MOINES On the inside Society News Pages 67 North Iowa News 9 Mason City News 1011 Latest Markets 10 Editorials 12 jlowa schools apparently are is adopting definite salary policies nnd most are establishing begin ning salaries of around a year the research division of the Iowa State Education Assn said Thursday Most of the Ajscheduies examined during the planejpast two months established be Clear Lake News 17 Sports News 1920 CRASH KILLS 6 ROSWELL NM tn fuelladen jet tanker spun out of control on takeoff from Walker Air Force Base Wednesday It crashed into two sister ships some parked cars and a hangar killing six men ginning salaries of around 54400 a year Typical maximums are for teachers with a bache lor degree and for those with master degrees Tie vote defeats effort to increase school aid bill WASHINGTON W The Senate Thursday took up a new Democratic proposal to boost the size of the school aid bill after a dramatic night session in which Vice President Richard M Nixon helped kill one such increase The newest proposal by Sen A S Mike Monroney would provide million a year for four years in federal grants for both school construction and teach er salary aid The defeated plan by Sen Joseph S Clark would have provided 000000 a year indefinitely for those purposes The Senate held its longest session of the year l2Vz on the education bill Wednesday but packed most of the excitement into the last hour In that period af ter prolonged debate the sen ators defeated Clarks pro posal by a 4444 tie vote Nixon could have broken this tie and put over the pro posal but did not do so pre sumably because he apposed it The Eisenhower admin istration is heavily against any broad system in this field of grants AP Photofax READY FOR THE DAY Lindsay Crosby one of Bings four grown sons and his bridetobe Barbara Frederickson 22 are snapped at a Los Angeles night club celebrating their forthcoming marriage Satur day Shes a former showgirl Bing and his wife Kathy Grant will be best man and matron of honor with he was the son of Edward and Reka Hippen Green He served in the US Army from Sept 1945 to Aug 1946 June 6 1943 he was married to Viola Gayken daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank Gayken of Britt They lived on a farm near Cor with and in 1948 moved to the farm near Klemme Survivors are his wife eigh children Richard 15 Marvin 13 Keith H Calvin 10 Vicky Lynn 8 Pamela 6 Perry Eu CEDAR RAPIDS W Three persons were indicted by a Scne 5 Karen Marie Linn County grand jury Thursday on charges of soliciting five brothers Wilbur for political purposes from employes of the South Side LiquorKemme Robert LaHumbra Store here j Calif Harold Corwith Del They are Robert Conet who resigned Wednesday night as bert Buffalo NY Wallace r Klemme and a grandfather 3 Demos indicted for forced solicitations Injuries are fatal to Klemme man KLEMME Lyle Green 34 who farmed five miles south east of Klemme died late Wed nesday from injuries received in a onecar crash Tuesday He was taken to the Belmond Hos pital after his car went out of control at Amsterdam Corner east of Goodell and turned over into a ditch He didnt re gain consciousness Funeral services will be Sat urday at pm at the Meth odist Church in Klemme The Rev Melvin Miller will officiate and the American Legion Post of Goodell will conduct military rites Born Jan 16 1326 at Cor ivtgc dispute which involves our other operating unions on train employes and 1C nonop crating unions The cngincerR ratlilionally are the pacesetters in railway wage negotiations and their settlements with the carriers often form a pattern for the industry Mediation efforts broke off last week in a parallel wage dispute between the railroads and the brotherhood of locomo tive firemen and enginemen The mediation board lias not yet proffered arbitration in that case The Switchiftcns U n i on of North America the Order of Railway Conductors and Brake men and the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen together with the nonoperating unions also have been negotiating un der mediators The switchmens union threatened an imminent breakoff The BLE began negotiations1 demanding 12 per cent pay hike but the railroads countered with a proposed 15 cent an hour wage cut When the BLE broke off talks the railroads were of fering a per cent wage boost labor sources said The engineers decision to ac cept arbitration did not apply to the work rules dispute in which the railroads sought major re visions to save them by their estimate more than an nually Negotiations over work rules have not yet readied na tional bargaining teams Frontier again is quiet UN force in charge JERUSALEM sensi tive demilitarized zone on the SyrianIsrael frontier was re ported quiet Thursday The report came from Syrian observers after Israel charged Syrian gunners with firing Wed nesday night despite UN re quests iliat both sides withdraw their armed forces from the dis puted area Damascus newspapers said Arab villagers in the Tawafik area who fled artillery and tank fighting there Monday had moved back to resume their fanning ISRAEL CHARGED that Syr ian troops armed with automa tic rifles and mortars fired on an Israeli settlement southeast of the Sea of Galilee Wednesday night and wounded a guards man There was no immediate con firmation of the report Both the United Arab Repub chairman of the Linn County Democratic Central Committee Mrs James Wall who stepped down Jan 1 as vice chairman of the county Democratic organization and Richard Topinka who is under 30day sion as manager of the store All three were arraigned in District Court Thursday morn ing and were given until Feb 15 to enter pleas to the charges THE GRAND JURY investiga tion was called by County Attor ney Richard Nazette following complaints by several employes per cent of their salary the of ficials said Conet in announcing ms resig nation said I understand that certain charges the truth of which I categorically deny will be made to embarrass me and the Democratic Parly Conct said The Democratic Party is that they had been required to ine Dcmcratic Party is pay contributions for political Ldcar my and so as not purposes to hold their jobs to embarrass the parly in any I manner I am herewith submit a I ting my resignation Conet as chair purposes to hold their jobs Mrs Wall resigned as I ishier at the store morning man for two vears Liquor Control Commission members visited Cedar Rapids lo look into the complaints The three employes Tony Prochaska and Wiima Sykora cashiers and William Ceynar clerk were discharged Ceynar later was re instated after a hearing before the commission OFFICIALS SAID the basis for the complaints by the em ployes was that they had been solicited by Mrs Wall and Conet for political contributions and that they actually paid them to Mrs Wall Some said they had been Bulletin VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE Caiif OPI The satel lite rocket Discoverer IX blasted off its seaside launch pad Thursday in a new try to j pioneer a way to return men safety from space if the satel lite goes into orbit an attempt will be made to retrieve a de tachable capsule BUS ACCIDENT COVINGTON LaOR Three persons were killed and 23 in asked for in a lump others Kiica and 23 m jucd several critically when that they were required lo payja butanegas truck collided with a month and still others school bus Wednesday John Hippen Kanawha SAME lie and Israel accused each other of aggression in com plaints filed with the UN Se curity Council in New York Wednesday night Neither re quested immediate council ac tion however The UAR said Israeli troops were massing in a move to oc cupy the zone Israel said Syr ian acts of aggression in the zone were aimed at giving Syr ia control over the area and rep resented another step in a UA R policy of active belligerency towards Israel A member of the IsraeliSyr ian Mixed Armistice Commis sion in Jerusalem said neither the UAR nor Israel has re sponded to Tuesdays withdraw al requesls AN ISRAELI spokesman Wed nesday denied the existence of any Israeli forces in the zone where fighting broke out last Friday The flareup in shooting reported by the Israeli army a few hours after the UAR 1st Syrian army announced a skir mish with Israeli patrols during a heavy rain The Damascus report said Syrian outposts fired on a five man Israeli patrol approaching one Syrian position and hit al most all of them The UAR spokesman said other Israeli troops then opened fire on the Syrian positions possibly to cover the operation of dragging away their killed or wounded patrolmen An Israeli spokesman denied the report loan to cooperative OKd WASHINGTON Rural Electrification Administration Wednesday announced a loan lo Harclin County Rural Electric CoOperative Iowa Falls Iowa LADY CHATTERLY FAMILY Dont let that sad expression throw hounds looks Owned Jim you Lady Chatterly actually is a lovBishop Malibu Beach Calif the vsix ing proud mother Here she shows weekold pups are Eleanor The Sly One what a championship litter of bassett Srnantha and Angel Face   

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