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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 27, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edittd for HM MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper that makes all North lovans neighbors VOL 99 Associated Press tnd United Press International Full Lease Wires MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JUNE 27 1961 7c Copy Paper Consists of Two No 224 Mason Cityans die in highway mishap Two Mason City women were killed instantly Tuesday at am a halfmile south of Roseville on Highway 14 They are Miss Rachel Shreckengost 42 sister of Cecil Shreckengost Route 2 and Mrs Ralph W Opal M Livingston 42 of 317 8th SE Both women were attending summer school at Cedar Falls and were returning to Cedar Falls from Mason City According to Floyd County Sheriff L L Lane the car was driven by Miss Shreckengost The officer gave these details In passing a car driven by Mrs John Swaroff Charles City the Shreckengost car sideswipec the Swaroff car The woman lost control of the Shreckengost car the car traveled on the right shoulder of the road for a short distance then crossed sideways directly into the path of an oncoming semitrailer truck The truck owned by the J L Houston Co Hop kins Mo was loaded with steel culverts The driver Ronald Lee Coleman 24 Hopkins suffered only minor knee injuries The Shreckengost car was demolished The truck damages were estimated at about Miss Shreckengost a former employe at Marshall and Swift received her teaching certificate at Mason City Junior College two years ago She had been teaching at Rock Falls Mrs Livingston is survived by her husband an employe of Northwestern States Portland Cement Co four children Sally Kay 20 who was graduated Lower age for retiring WASHINGTON Sea ate Monday unanimously in June from Mason City Junior College David jpassed President Kennedys So Richard 18 just graduated from Mason City High jciai Security bill to permit men School Paul D 15 and Carol S 6 to retire at age Funeral arrangements are incomplete at the MajorErickson Funeral Home POLITICS IN Nelson B Rockefeller New York eats poi the famed Hawaiian dish in approved two fingers Joining the Pholofa other guests at the governors confer ence in Honolulu Gov R ockefeller wears a sports shirt and a flower blossom Last week for 450 motorists Holiday to bring death By CARROLL ARIMOND CLOUDY o o Iowa Considerable cloudiness through Wednesday with scat tered showers and thunder storms over most of the stale Tuesday night and Wednes day No decided temperaturefinancing problem Tuesday with change Low Tuesday night conference speakers attacking Rights of states at issue HONOLULU nations governors tackled the school 6570 High Wednesday in the 80s Outlook for Thursday partly cloudy and not quite so warm and defending the Kennedy aid toeducation program Secretary of Health Educa jtion and Welfare Abraham A iRibicoff sent a bluntly worded CHICAGO WAmencan Mostly to states rights op Wednesday except for widely poncntssof Presidcnt KbcnnCdys DEATH car which was driven by Miss Rachel Shreckengost lies in front of the truck which struck it broadside as it swerved across the road directly in the path of the oncoming truck Two women were killed instantly by the impact ists in a few days will start roll ing out on the highways in volume to enjoy the long July 4 holiday weekend For 450 to 480 of them it will be their last outing The National Safety Council as yet has not calculated a definite estimate of the holiday highway toll but says its figure will fall somewhere within that range The councils traditional esti mates and the attention that news media give to the accounting of holiday fatalities has come in for criticism of late WHILE SOME safety campaign ers insist that the warnings have a salutary effect others maintain that extraordinary attention is given to death totals that wouldj mount up whether or not a holi day were involved One statistic stands out The safety council reports that the death rate over holidays has been decreasing steadily It be excepl scattered showers and thun derstorms central and east Tuesday evening Cooler ex treme west Tuesday night lows 5865 A little cooler northwest half Wednesday highs 8895 GlobeGazette weather data upj to 8 am Tuesday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Sunrise Sunset 90 65 75 lieves the attention given to holi day accident news by the press radio and television has been a major if not the major factor in producing that decrease FIGURES COLLECTED over the years by The Associated Press support the councils position that holidays are greater killers than ordinary days The death toll any day of the week any month of the year is shocking over a holi day it is even more so To establish some yardstick whereby the public can gauge the holiday toll in relation to the rormal toll The Associated Press has been making surveys two weeks before each major holiday Lutherans warned of race bars measure He asked hem to specify which if any of exist ing federal school aid programs they would be willing to give up RIBICOFFS MESSAGE told the governors that those who cry out loudest about states rights invariably are quar tered in the states receiving the greatest share of federal funds Ribicoff unable to attend sent Asst Secretary James M Quig ley to read his remarks Raymond Moley contributing editor of Newsweek magazine said Kennedys program of grants for school construction and teachers salaries is rooted and nourished in politics He added it relies upon the quick but illusory proposition hat the federal income tax is j Hurry strike study DECORAH THE SCHOOL AID contro The president jversy at a scheduled business of the Iowa District of t h e session preceded a state dinner Lutheran Church says the Tuesday night at church can never justify block ing the way to the altars of our churches to those who have been born with another color Dr Herman W Siefkes of Mason City Monday night ex pressed concern about racial MA V O2 LU i Cl V Jttl 1 and social discriminations other and with newsmen many President Lyndon which Vice B Johnson wasto review the grave inter national situation that has fur nished an uneasy background to this otherwise gay and colorful 53rd annual conference In conversations with each which exist during a sermon which opened the first conven tion of the denomination The American Lutheran Church was created a year ago by merger Evangelical gelical churches Speaking of racial discrimi nation Dr Siefkes said us face this in Iowa before i of the American and United Evan governors made it clear they are apprehensive about new threatening gestures made by Soviet Premier Khrushchev New Years Day Memorial Dayjbecomes a major problem as in July 4 Labor Day Thangsgiving and Christmas These surveys cover the iden tical number of days and the same span of hours Over the 102 hour period between 6 pm Fri day May 12 and midnight Tues day May 16 there were 341 deaths in traffic OVER THE 102HOUR holiday period two weeks later between 6 pm Friday May 26 and mid night Memorial Day Tuesday May 30 there were 462 deaths in traffic a record high for this holiday Deaths during the holiday week end increased 5 per ccnl above those of the nonholiday weekend two weeks earlier the East and the South Let us declare our rolls our pews and our altars are open to all human beings who con fess our holy faith SAME Department ficurci Iowa millwork plants purchased in package deal DES MOINES Six Iowa millworking plants were among the 14 purchased recently by the 0 W Siebert Co Inc of New York Gardner Mass and Clin busincsses were pur ton The chased from Caradco Inc of Dubuque Purchase price was not disclosed The Iowa plants include the Carr Moehl Co of Des Moines and its branches at Fort Dodge Ottumwa and Sioux City and the jobbing division of Carr Adams and Collier Co of Du niquc and its branch at Cedar Rapids The millwork plant chain will c renamed the Great Western Heres proof Doesnt pay to advertise DAYTONA BEACH Fla W Sometimes it doesnt pay to advertise Restaurant owner Tom Bass advertised fine Irish coffee on his menus One of the menus found its way to the Daytona Beach of fice of the State Beverage De partment Bass was arrested on a charge of violating the beverage code His beverage license limits him to the sale of beer and wine Irish coffee as Irish men and beverage agents well know contains an ounce of Irish whisky Redstone rocket nears end of era CAPE CANAVERAL Fla u Redstone the old reliable Pcnod undcr thc law would fai rocket which became Americas to off the slnkers Defeat for portion of farm plan WASHINGTON Wi The ranking Republican on the House Agriculture Committee said Tuesday thc administra tion has surrendered on the most controversial part of its omnibus farm bill Rep Charles B Hoeven R spacc flights similar to that led the Republican oppo Alan B Shepard Jr on May 5 Shepards space capsule hurtled 116 miles high and 302 miles down range NEW YORK factfind ing board is meeting Tuesday to speed a report on the mari time strike to President Ken nedy The report could be the crucial step in halting the 12 dayold strike under the Taft Hartley Law The threeman board gath ered in response to a reluctant SOS from Kennedy who voted against the TaftHartley Law as a congressman in 1946 but invoked it Monday on the grounds the strike imperils tional security j The factfinders scheduled meeting with all principals i the dispute Union leaders involved in th strike reacted to the move wit displeasure skepticism t h a the strike really poses a threa to the nation and warning tha even an 80d a y coolingof Bright new face describes farming to retire at age 62 and raise the S33 minimum monthly pay ment to S40 The measure also increases the widows benefit under cial Security and liberalizes the coverage provisions to bring an additional 160000 persons on the benefit rolls THE BILL now gots to con ference with the House for con sideration of several Senate amendments It is estimated 4420000 peo ple will get new or increased payments amounting to million the first year under the legislation THESE WOULD be paid for by a Social Security tax in crease of oneeighth of 1 per Cent each on employer and em ploye and 316 of 1 per cent on the selfemployed effective next Jan 1 A Kepublican drive to fwrite into the bill a medical care program for persons over 65 was called off after Democratic leaders gave assurances there would be consideration for such a program later this session Emergency declared in Kuwait By UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL WASHINGTON The Meredith Publishing Co BEIRUT Lebanon W A Kuwait official said a state of emergency was proclaimed Tuesday in that oilrich little sheikdom menaced by Iraqs bold bid to annex it The army was reported ordered to the of Des border so far quiet to curb Moines has produced a film depicting American agriculture lany mvasion as a big industry with a bright new face full of promise and first big ballistic missile satel lite booster and maninspace vehicle has ended its military test program after eight years The slender 69foot rocket ex perienced its final practice fir ing as a military weapon Mon day night and it performed in characteristic fashion smacking a target 200 miles down the At lantic Range The Army re ported the success 41st in 45 test launchings Only three more Redstones are scheduled to be fired from the Cape These are modified rockets which will hoist three human astronauts on suborbital INSECT INVASION FARGO ND of grasshoppers swarmed into parched croplands Tuesday and authorities warned the insect Millwork Co and will be headinvasion could plague virtually luartercd in DCS Moines every county in North Dakota sition to Title I of the1 omnibus bill in the committee Enough Southern Democrats joined ranks to prevent commit tee approval of even a watered down compromise version of the administration bill Title I provides for formula tion of individual commodity programs by the secretary of agriculture and farmer ad visory committee subject to congressional veto opportunity Its a changing face Successful Farming A Meredith publication said And like the youngsters emerging from adolescence its more attractive and better looking than the old The film titled Farmings New Face was shown Monday to congressmen farm leaders and government of ficials The picture pulled together information secured by the 1959 census of agriculture and showed changes in the attitudes patterns and buying habits of todays changing farm market The film took note of the fact that while there are fewer farms than five years ago farming continues to be Americas biggest business There are still 20 times as many farms as there are other manufacturing establishments And the American farmer continues to be the nations biggest single customer spending S39 billion annually for industrial i products The fewer but larger farms produce more and consume more of the products of industry Using census figures the film showed that investment in farm machinery equipment has increased six times since 1940 land and buildings four times average value per farm has increased 55 per cent since 1954 total assets have in creased from billion in 1954 to S204 billion in 1960 George Beal and Joe Bohlen rural sociologist at Iowa Slate University said changing status symbols are an integral part of the changing farm picture They said it is no longer so important that the farmer own land and how much he owns but how much in terms of land resources does he command Field machinery and materials handling equipment are becoming the new status symbolsof the60s the sociologists said Bcal and Bohlen said todays business farmer looks at agriculture first as a way of making a living and then as a j lower meat and grocery bills way of life the Labor Department reported Tuesday At 1274 per cent of the 194749 consumer price av erage the index has not fluc tuated up or down by more than a small fraction in the last eight months Abdel Aziz Hassan Kuwaits director of education an nounced these precautions in Cairo where he is to submit the sheikdoms application for mem bership in the Arab League Membership would give it equal footing with Iraq and other sovereign nations in Mid dle East councils The leagues acting secre tarygeneral Dardiri Ismail said that before the league con siders Kuwaits application Secretary General Abdel Khalek Hassuna will attempt to settle the KuwaitIraq dispute Saudi Arabia has already pro j claimed support of Kuwait Ku waits ruler Sheik Abdullah Al Salim Assabah was seeking additional backing to bolster the independence Britain had pledged to protect Living costs drop in May WASHINGTON cost of living dipped onetenth of one pcr cent in May because of On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 567 North Iowa News 8 Sports 1112 Clear Lake News 13 Latest Markets 14 Mason City News 1415 Comics Farm News 18 19 REBELS ACTIVE MIAMI UPI Thc Miami lerald reported Tuesday train ng of military forces opposed to uban Premier Fidel Castro has csumcd in Miami Jew beats Protestant with Catholics DUBLIN Bris coe the first Jewish Lord Mayor of has been elected to his old job again by beating his closest opponent a Protestant Briscoe the son of a Lithuanian lew and a member of the ruling Fianna Fail Party received 22 votes to 21 for three opponents The new head of this predomi nantly Catholic city made two tours through thc United States after he finished his first term as Lord Mayor 3for1 split for Super Value CHICAGO split of the 500000 outstanding shares of stock of Super Value Stores Inc was recommended by the companys directors The recommendation will be voted ipon by stockholders at a meet ng July 24 Shareholders of rec Orel July 10 may vote If ap proved Super Valu stockholders will receive two additional shares for each share held   

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