Mason City Globe Gazette, May 20, 1961

Mason City Globe Gazette

May 20, 1961

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 20, 1961, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Homt MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION VOL n The newspaper that makes all North I o wans neighbors ind United Press Internationa Full Leise Wirei MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY MAY 20 1941 7c Copy This Paper Consists of Two SectionsSection NO m Marriage truly a business A sound approach By DONALD I ROGERS New York Herald Tribunt News Strvice NEW YORK About this time of year a great many young r couples are rushing the final preparations for their June wed dings and despite the problems with guest lists and shopping forays a number of them man age to write this department seeking counsel on their pros pective financial programs These are the smart ones Theyll do all right these kids because theyre approaching the family budget in an orderly manner The womens magazines are jammed with information on how to buy proper clothes for a wedding how to run a suc cessful reception and even on how to adjust psychologically to marriage but rarely if ever do you see advice on how to run a marriage on a financially sound basis Its as though money werent the transcending reason for most marital prob lems IF I COULD do it all over again the first thing Id do would be to make my wife my business partner Id make it clear from the outset that my role is to earn the money and hers is to be custodian of it Id ask her to pay all the bills dole out all of the monthly repayments and yes by golly keep track of the whole opera tion so that she and I together could work out the tax schedule on Form 1040 next April Id expect her to save some too and in time if shes a suc cessful saver to work with me in selecting some investments such as good common stocks Since shed be the beneficiary Id want her to figure out just how much insurance I should place on my life and just how much I should increase it as my income increases and the size of our family grows AND SHE of course would pay the insurance premiums out of the money Id earn and turn over for custodianship Thats partnership real part nership and wed both be lucky because neither of us in any other line of endeavor would ever have partners wed be in love with If it sounds as though Id make a business enterprise out o f marriage thats what I in tend it to mean Ive seen too many letters from unhappy people because of the unbusi ness like approach to marriage Two cannot live as cheaply as one and two cannot live as cheaply after they acquire chil dren than they can when they first start out in life The arti cles which say otherwise are usually written by old maids bachelors or women who live on high alimony payments FIRST OFF Id wantto draw a will and Id want my wife to draw one too In them we would have to take into consideration what would happen to our pos sessions and accumulation of wealth or property if we died in a common accident such as happens every weekend on our highways Further wed have to consider what would happen to our possessions in the event one of us predeceased the other Next Id want us both to be gin to plan for my retirement Not because Im lazy and look longingly toward the day when I get the gold watch but be cause Im a realist about our economy I realize that because of taxes and a gargantuan re distribution of wealth by num erous social forces the chances that I will become a millionaire are mighty remote So Id start out with my new bride planning for my eventual independence Thats a bet ter word than retirement and a far better concept than Social Security Thats what Id do if I could go back to the beginning Thats what Id tell any young folks heading toward the altar and who havent given much thought yet to those ugly little en velopes with the cellophane win dows bills those ugly little tnvelopes ruin more marriages than any other factor NELSON AP Fhotofax FAMILY TO EN David Nelson 24 son of Ozzie and Harriet Nelson and a performer on the familys television show and Margaret June Blair also 24 talk withnewsmen after obtaining a marriage license at Santa Monica Calif Miss Blair an actress met Nelson when she appeared on the Nel sons TV show two years ago Castro sets up delegation to obtain ransom KEY WEST Fla WA the United Auto Workei mittee of prisoners captured in the recent invasion of Cuba will be sent to the United States Sun day to arrange for ransom of their companions Prime Minister Fidel Castro said Saturday Castro speaking on television from Havana said the 1200 pris oners captured in the April 17 at tack would be exchanged in in creasing order of importance for 500 bulldozers The Cuban prime minister said he had reports that the United States was considering dealing through the Red Cross but that his was not necessary We dont need intermediaries he said adding Mr Kennedy now has the floor At Detroit Walter P Reuther said he Eleanor Roosevelt and Dr Milton Eisenhower brother of the former President have offered to try to raise funds for 500 tractors Reuther president N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Pakistan welcomes Johnson KARACHI Pakistan Crowds shputing Long live Pakistan and long live the United States wel comed U S Vice President Lyndon B Johnson as he arrived for talks with President Ayub Khan Church rejects censure BUFFALO N Y The 173rd general assem bly of the United Presbyterian Church rejected a move to censure the National Council of Churches pronouncement in favoring medical aid to the aged Many assembly commissioners felt their church was being used in propaganda on an issue where they had taken no stand More leave Cuba MIAMI Fla The first American prisoners repatriated from Fidel Castros Cuba including the last U S newsmen there have arrived in some glad some fighting mad and some fearfully silent Fiftytwo Americans were in the group of 101 passengers who arrived aboard a chartered airliner Schools bill substitute beaten WASHINGTON Sen Wayne Morse floor manager for the Senates aid to education bill said that defeat of one major substitute has helped create a united front which can push President Kennedys plan to passage The Oregon Democrat referred to the 50 to 33 vote by which the Senate rejected a GOPsponsored alternate formula for apportioning school aid funds among the states Rusk leaves tor capital GENEVA Secretary of State Dean Rusk left for Washington to prepare groundwork for President Kennedys coming meetings with the leaders of Rus sia Britain and France The Laos peace conference made little headway during the secretarys 10day stay here union said a telegram has bee sent to Castro outlining the proposal The message said they wer ready to act not as a respons to a demand for political ran som of the prisoners but ou of common humanity and a proof that free men will nc desert those who risked all fo what they thought was right When he made the disclosur Castro had been in the midst a speech to Cuban government o ficials foreign diplomats and ur ionists They were attending meeting to celebrate his winnin of the Lenin Peace Prize He also startled his audienc when he said the Cuban navy h evidence that a launch that dL appeared May 6 with a loss o 17 lives had been sunk by a sul marine of the Central Intelligenc Agency IT IS of course difficult t prove but our conclusion w that our vessel was sunk by penetrating torpedo Castro said He added that prior to disap pearance of the R navy had received an SO saying They sank us they san us After repeating his proposal t trade prisoners for bulldozers a compensation for the damag caused by the invasion forces Castro asked his audience wheth er he had its approval The crow cheered noisily Castro also offered to trade th leader of the invasion Capt Manuel Fran cisco The Hook Molina a Cu ban now awaiting sentence ir New York City on a second de gree murder conviction MOLINA WAS convicted of slay ing 9yearold Magdalena Urda neta of Venezuela during a gun battle between pro and antiCas tro elements in a Manhattan res taurant The Molina case has been wide ly played up in Cuba as a po litically inspired judicial decision based on U S hatred of Castro The prime minister said the most important prisoners now in Cuba would be returned last bu only after he had received the last lot of bulldozers Besides Artime Castro is hold ing Jose Miro Torra son of Jose Miro Cardona who is head of the antiCastro revolutionary council and Carlos Varona son of An tonio Varona who is another ex ile leader The Weather Iowa Considerable cloudiness through Sunday Light rain or drizzle west Saturday night and showers or thunder storms west and south Sun day Slowly rising tempera tures Low Saturday night mid 50s High Sunday middle to upper 60s Outlook for Mon day No significant changes Minnesota Mostly cloudy lit tle temperate change Highs Sunday in 60s Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 am Saturday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 58 47 52 trace 76 61 Photofax SKIRT LENGTHS CRITICIZED Jacqueline Ken nedy should wear longer skirts and Britains Queen Elizabeth II should shorten hers Emilio Schuberth Italys leading fashion designer says Schuberth claims its a question of knees in the case of President Kennedys wife and that the queen wears her skirts longer than fashion dictates Mrs Kennedy is shown leaving church in Palm Beach Fla last March The queen is shown at a Red Cross children center in Rome during her visit to Italy earlier this month Has Venus rockets radio come to life JODRELL BANK England W giant radio telescope here picked up vague and indistinc signals Saturday which mighi have been sent out by the So viet space rocket which if still on course should be near the planet Venus The rocket launched Feb 12 was due to pass within 62000 miles of Venus Saturday morningIts radio went dead some time ago Dut the Russians say a reserve communications system was supposed to begin operating Friday CHANDLER IMPROVED CULVER CITY Calif Actor Jeff Chandler who re ceived a 55pint blood transfu sion during emergency surgery to correct an internal hemor rhage was reported gaining strength steadily Saturday AP Photofax newed integration efforts after a night ANOTHER BUS hound driver Joe Cavanaugh stands at of waiting at the station Last Sunday the door of his bus in Birmingham Ala and tells a group of freedom a bus was burned by segregationists Below several whites are included in riders attempting to board that the the Congress of Racial Equality group trip has been canceled I have only one which later lined up in front of another life to give and I dont intend to give it for CORE and the NAACP Cavanaugh told the racially mixed group which re bus and left for Montgomery They were the only ones on the bus France and Algeria finally open talks EVIANLESBAINS France and the Algerian ebels finally opened peace alks Saturday and the De aulle government made two onciliatory gestures 1 French forces in Algeria ere ordered to cease at 6 pm 11 offensive operations againsl he rebels they have been fight ng for almost seven years Algerian rebel chieftain Ah ned ben Bella was flown from fortress prison the He dAix to site closer to the peace talks On the Inside Editorials Page 3 Comics 5 Church News 67 Society News 8 Clear Lake News 9 ports 1112 Latest Markets 14 Mason City News 1415 iusiness News 1617 slorth Iowa News 20 COSTLY FIRE MANILA UPI Flames hich reached 100 feet into the r swept through blocks of msy buildings in Manilas eming Chinatown Saturday using an estimated million amage and leaving 10000 per ns homeless in this Lake Geneva resort city It was reported from Algeria that word has already been passed to the 500000 soldiers in the territory to fire only in seL defense It was understood that patrols would continue in the territory but only for recon naissance purposes PARIS SAID that its cease fire orders would remain in ef feet for a month and woulc then be reconsidered in the light of developments at the peace talks While the ceasefire order barred offensive actions it did not bar the pursuit of rebels making attacks themselves Ben Bella was taken off the island in the Bay of Biscay by helicopter along with his com panions Hocine ait Ahmed and Mohamed Khidder All three men had been seized in 1956 when their Moroccan airliner enroute to Tunisia was inter cepted by French fighter plane over the Mediterranean and forced to land at Algiers The improved conditions or dered for the three men will al low them to contact the rebe delegation in Geneva by tele phone At some later stage Ben Bella may also be allowed to sit in on the peace talks THE LONG AWAITED peace negotiations opened here in a secluded hotel guarded by hun dreds of heavily armed police men The initial session lasted an hour and 40 minutes The only announcement made by either side afterward was that the next meeting would be held here Tuesday Facing one another across the table were the Algerian nation alist foreign minister Krim Belkacem and the French min ster for Algerian affairs Louis Joxe Krim and his delegation ar rived aboard three helicopters rom across Lake Leman in neu tral Switzerland Joxe drove up n a black limousine preceded another carrying Jean Ver dier director of Frances SAME Surete and the nations top policeman Vienna meeting studied How will it go By JOHN HIGHTOWER WASHINGTON Kennedys meeting with Pre mier Khrushchev at Vienna next month may be the first of a series of USSoviet summit level talks extending over the years of the Kennedy adminis tration How the relationship between the two men develops will de pend much on the impressions they make upon each other in their conference in the Austrian capital June 3 and 4 But it is already apparent that Kennedys whole approach to talking with Khrushchev is quite different from that which has prevailed in other US administrations since World War II THE CENTRAL element in Kennedys attitude appears to be a conviction that top level talks with the leader of the Communist bloc are desirable and may be useful in easing EastWest tensions provided the atmosphere in which they are held is reasonably favorable to calm discussion of outstanding world issues Some administra tion officials now say that such meetings should be regarded as normal and should be consid ered worthwhile even if they fail to produce spectacular posi tive results Already there is speculation in diplomatic quarters that if the Vienna discussions go smoothly Khrushchev may in vite Kennedy to visit the Soviet UnionThe center of this specu lation is Geneva where Secre tary of State Dean Rusk met Friday with Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei A Gromyko THE TWO foreign ministers talked over plans for the Vienna meeting as well as the problem of Laos which is the subject of a 14nation conference at Gene va The substance of their ex change was not disclosed but press dispatches quoted diplo matic sources at Geneva as pointing out that Khrushchev visited the United States in Sep tember 1959 and owes an invita ion to an American president to visit the Soviet Union During most of the Eisenhow er administration the former resident and the late secretary of state John Foster Dulles re sisted summit conferences pres sures on the ground there must irst be assurance of positive agreement lest failure to reach agreement at the summit should ncrease EastWest tension President Harry S Truman JFK MR K ad met with dictator Joseph talin at Berlin at the end of the iaT in Europe but during the st of the Truman administra on there was no enthusiasm in Vashington for further summit essions EISENHOWER LATER modi ed his own position and the olicies which he and Dulles had out toward a summit Beet growers in parade pass the sugar WASHINGTON ff Sugar beet growers paraded Friday before the House Agriculture Com Thair unanimous message in the words of one of them was Please pass the sugar Domestic growers want larger quotas of the strictly controlled U S sugar mar ket Those who have none want some Other groups want to build more mills to process the beets Because the United States cut off Cubas quota of 33 mil lion tons last year there it a scramble to fill that gap For eign countries that have no quotas such as Brazil and evtn Franca and India want some countries that have quotas want bigger ones The reason the competition is so fierce is that the United States pays a premium price for sugar about a ton above the world market price This system was set up back in 1934 primarily to protect the domestic growers who could not compote at the world price Committee Chairman Harold D Cooky DNC has said he doesnt favor increasing the domestic growers share He said American people might get tired of paying a ton premium if the grow ers keep on being so greedy Rep Charles B Hoeven R lowa ranking Republican oh the committee said in a state ment growers can expect no action until the administra tion makes its views known Therefore I invite Secretary Orville L Freeman to do so without delay Hoeven said the Cuban fi asco has tightened Communist control of Cuba the nation we have historically depended upon for approximately one third of our sugar supply There is no valid reason why we should redistribute the Cuban quota all over the world when American farmers can do the job conference in the summer of 1959 in part at least as a result of Khrushchevs threats and pressures to change the status of West Berlin Having met the Soviet premier in the 1955 sum mit conference at Geneva Ei senhower invited him to visit the United States The two men conferred at Camp David Md with the result that Khrushchev shelved for a while his threats a g a inst Berlin Eisenhower agreed to a formal summit con ference at Paris The Paris summit a year ago this month collapsed at the out set when Khrushchev turned a torrent of abuse against Eisen lower and branded him a false friend because of the U2 spy plane incident two weeks earlier CHICO HOSPITALIZED HOLLYWOOD UPI Chico Marx 70 oldest of the five comic Marx Brothers was rushed to Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Friday night suffering chest congestion Later his dition was reported fair V 1 I ;

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