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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 28, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edittd for the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper that makes all North lovans neighbors Associated United Prwt fotermtionaJ Full Wire MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JUNE 28 1961 7c a Copy Thls Paper Consists of Four SecUonsSection On No 231 Woman die under truck s Elizabeth Weitzel 82 be came Mason Citys first traffic the main part of the womans The body was taken to he body McAuleyScanlon Funeral Home fatality of 1961 when she died believe that Mrs funeral arrangements are shortly before 1 pm Wednesjzel may have either stOppedjincomplete day at 6th St and Van Buren I behind the truck or turned The mishap was called a traf SW Mrs Weitzel a resident of the Schiff Nursing Home 16 14th Place NW was killed when struck by a 2ton dump truck around and walked back be hind the truck after already passing it Dirksen reported that before he started backing out of the fie accident because it happened outside the sidewalk property line There was only one traffic fatality in Mason City in 1960 HEAVY DRINKING SAN FRANCISCO UP1 A driven by Robert Dirksen 39drive he had gotten out of the 639 Van Buren SW j truck and stood on the running Dirksen told police he was board to see that the path was backing from his driveway clear He did not see Mrs coroners report showed Tues when he felt the truck passjWeitzel at that time he stated day that millionaire George over what felt like a bump Hei Neighbors said Mrs WeitzeljVanderbilt had enough alcohol stopped immediately he said had just completed lunch at thejin his blood to intoxicate himj PRESIDENT KENNEDY the crisis and found Mrs Weitzels body The dual tires on the rear right of the truck had passed over home of a relative in the area Dr R E Smiley investigated as acting coroner when he plunged to his death from the 10th floor of a San Francisco hotel last Saturday Frank earnest for credit Just borrow minimum need NEW YORK man who makes those tried and true adjec and his credit application is most likely to stay out of trouble on an in stallment loan a bankers repre Somson Answer not needed ACTON England ward Payne vowed Wednesday to put a stop to his 16yearold daughters plans to marry a longhaired rock n roll singer who calls himself Screaming Lord Sutch The pair ran off to Scotland Saturday night seeking to get married Lord Sutch is a former plumbers helper who achieved a reputation by letting his hair grow to 18inch length and wearing a buffalo skin while screaming out his lyrics How would you like a son inlaw whose hair is longer than your daughters Payne asked Saud acts to defend Kuwait CAIRO U A R of Saudi Arabia rallied the ab world Wednesday around the oilrich sheikdom of Kuwait which is threatened with annexation by Iraq The king cabled eight Arab heads of state to affirm the ties of brotherhood between Saudi Arabia and Kuwait Mecca Radio reported The broadcast said Saud sent messages to United Arab Republic president Gamal Abdel Nasser JFK initiates Abomb study WASHINGTON Kennedy Wednesday ordered an investigation into whether Rus sia has been secretly testing nu clear weapons and whether such tests could be conducted without detection President Kennedy also said that nothing Russia does can affect the Wests rights in Ber lin Kennedy said the crisis over Berlin is Soviet manufactured Kennedy said the Western Al Red K threatens to boost war power By STANLEY JOHNSON MOSCOW Khrush chev warned Wednesday that if any Western country mobilizes because of tensions in Germany sing a SovietNorth Vietnamese friendship rally in the Kremlin Discussing Germany he men tioned measures the West might take if the Soviet Union signs a and Berlin we shall take East German peace measures and if necessary j treaty One of the muchdis measures to increase our comcussed alternatives for the West bat might The Soviet leader was addres is a beefing up of troop strength in West Germany sentative advises Be Frank he advised in telling just what is wanted with the money and how you are finan cially fixed to handle a loan Earnest in preparation for get ting the loan and in paying it back Noting the many uses for which citizens now use installment cred purchase of automobiles household goods and to meet personal emergencies such as un expected illness Louis J Aster ita deputy manager and secre tary of the Installment Credit j Committee of the American Bank ers Association offered a 10 point plan for the wouldbe bor rower from a bank Asterita advised him to TO HIS local banker when he needs credit Banks are in business to make loans Asterita said and the bankers only concern about the loan application is whether the borrower can handle it comfort1 ably And the banker needs wholeheartedcooperation from I Lebaon the Rules Committee overinot interfered in the internal the applicant in determining crednese P esident Fouad Chehab the issue of aid for parochialaffairs of Laos 11 u Vng apparently has doomed Make sure he is not taking danese President Ibrahim Abboud iboth Kennedys S25billion pub k intT fit 1 Darkness falls over school aid WASHINGTON House leaders have just about given up hope that President Ken nedys multibilliondollar aid to education program can be put to a vote this session lies formed alliances after World War II that are wholly defensive in nature He warned in a statement at his news con ference The Soviets would make a grave mistake if they supposed that Allied unity and determina tion can be undermined by threats or fresh aggressive acts There is peace in Germany and in Berlin If it is disturbed it will be a direct Soviet re sponsibility The President said he has or dered his Science Advisory Com mittee to study the possibility of a resumption of US nuclear tests now voluntarily suspend ed But Kennedy told his news con ference the United States still wants and will strive for a armament test ban j HE WILL KEEP the US ne gotiating team at the stalled test Photofax UNDERGO RARE Robert Wilson left and his identical Robert during surgery within the next twin Ralph clown for the photogra two weeks at the Peter Bent Brigham pher as they check measurements Hospital in Boston Robert is suffer Ealph will give one of his kidneys to ing from a fatal kidney disease GOP wants tough stand on Berlin issue WASHINGTON UPI Re CLOUDY Gentlemen you do not frightg conference in Geneva he Publican congressional leaderslowa i us Rhrnshrhfiv said A rof WldelV scattered ShOWf en us Khrushchev said A peace treaty will be concluded He talked about the possible breaking of diplomatic relations by Western nations and said this was not a new threat but a pos sibility that would only hurt the West said President Kennedy musl Kennedy urged that Soviet j takc a firmer stand on the Ber Premier Khrushchev end his na tions intransigence and ac cept a reasonable formula for permanently ending the nuclear testing lin issue than the one he voiced at Wednesdays news confer ence Senate GOP leader Everett Dirksen said his party could Kennedy showed no signs ofjhave made additions to Ken YOUR POLICY of back strain or recent virusnedys remarks to indicate that will not frighten us he said infection He replied to a U S will carry out its com Khrushchev declared that the military might of both sides now was equal and policy should be conducted on an equal basis between them He blamed the United States and its allies for the Laos crisis and said it would never have A deep split among Democratsiarisen if the United States had tion about his health by saying he was feeling very well Drug firms criticized on too much debt Let the banker offer advice on this because theres no One rule of thumb to cover all families only for a worthwhile medical or den tal expenses taking a vacation purchasing a home appliance Bankers feel borrowers will be conscientious in repaying a loan that is necessary ROOM for emergen King Idris Elsenussi of Libya King Hassan II of Morocco and President Habib Bourguiba of Tunisia THE UNITED ARAB Republic said in a government statement it rejects any annexation of Ku wait by Iraq and called for Arab solidarity The statement said It isun fortunate this sudden development should come in the wake of the lie school bill and a Sl8billion extension of the National De fense Education Act THE HOUSE HAS a long history of opposition to school bills having killed three in the last eight years This time the addition of religious controversy to the normal opposition of con servatives has made the going even tougher Gamble Place odds on weather ST LOUIS W Forecasts mitments Following a policy conference the GOP chieftains said they will try to get Congress to is sue a declaration opposing the admission of Red China to the U N The Republicans charged the State Department with play ing what they called a danger ous guessing game on the Red WASHINGTON UPI The China issue drug industry is a greedy near monopoly hat often pays more lo advertise its wares than it does to make them and charges ailing Americans as much as 30 cents for a 15cent pill ac cording to a Senate antitrust subcommittee The subcommittee made the charges in a 261page report to the Senate Tuesday night by on the U S Weather Bureau jchairman Estes Kefauver D wire resembles a racing form jTenn who wants to impose Kistner gets 8year term for conspiracy SIOUX CITY Eu gene Kistner Jr 36 an associate of Mrs Burnice Geiger in a million Sheldon bank embezzle ment was sentenced to eight years in prison Wednesday She Set goal for using car belts Assert facts prove safety NEW YORK na tionwide program to persuade American automobile owners to use safety seat belts launched Tuesday by the Na tional Safety Council tha American Medical Association the US Public Health Service and the cooperating organiza with widely scattered showers or thunderstorms W e d n esday night and Thursday Con tinued warm and humid Lows Wednesday night near 70 Highs Thursday near 90 Further outlook Little change indicated Friday Minnesota Partly cloudy with widely scattered showers and thunderstorms mostly south portion through Thursday Lows Wednesday night 5565 Highs Thursday 8595 owa fiveday forecast Tem peratures will average near normal Thursday through next Monday Slow warming until turning cooler Sunday or tions Monday Normal highs are Dr E Vincent Askey AMA from 82 to 87 and normal lows President praised the recent Tuesday the weather buslricl federal controls on serving a 15year sentence reau began giving odds on jdrug industry j Kislner former president of the cies Do not budget monthly inproclamation of Kuwaits inde Thc threatened demise of the icou myail S1I1SJ uuus stallment payments too close tojpendencc which would have n thc Rules Committee is thundershowers explaining I The report summarizing aibankrupt Northern Biochemical your total monthly income safeguarded and encouraged inia blow no only to Kennedy butj thaf into account only what income is not already pledged in discussing credit Remember to consider your takehome pay in terms of what is sure to come out of or rent food clothing utilities fuel taxes in surance transportation regular savings Then figure whats left for repayment of the installment loan the least that is need ed not the most that can be ob tained around before taking out a loan ANY inclination to spread the loan out Pay it back in the biggest and quickest month ly installments possible Itll cost less a credit record clean the banker promptly if an emergency arises If a job sud denly vanishes or some other IIIIOI 3WMIIIIC furtherance of the Arab nato Speaker Sam Rayburn who ilicl cnirit won a fivevote vittorv rarlv in the tionalisl spirit summer showers dont jtwoycar investigation said thejCorp of Sheldon was sentenced the entire industry holds unjustifiablclby US District Judge Henry NjYEAR AGO are from 60 to 65 degrees Rainfall will be moderate to heavy occurring as showers and thunderstorms Thursday and Friday and again Mon day with amounts 50 to one inch and locally two to three inches GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Wednesday Maximum Minimum At 8 a m Sunrise Sunset 92 64 77 won a fivevote victory early in area for which thcy are fore markct controls over lifeand Graven on 16 counts Maximum ithe session over Rep Howarc I BELIEVE YOU partake in w Smith DVjLt my grief over the declarations of the Iraq prime minister Abdul Karim Kassem concerning the annexation of Kuwait to Iraq the broadcast quoted the Kings mes sage as saying Mecca Radio also broadcast a Saudi government request to the Arab League to convene at the the Rules Committee in a bitter fight for its control When Rayburn won the way seemed open for Kennedys pro gram to get to the floor But events have played into Smiths hands in the school fight and he now appears firmly in control arliest opportunity to consider SMITH CAN NEARLY always Kuwaits application for memcount on the votes of the five bership in the League A Kuwait spokesman here said Sheikh Abdullah AlSalem Al Sabbah ruler of Kuwait would meet with Arab League Secretary leneral Abdel Khalek Hassouna Thursday in Lebanon to discuss the Iraqi claim NO BLISS Republicans on his committee and fellow Democrat William Colmer of Mississippi to defeat any administration bill calling for large expenditures Rayburns victory added two more nominal administration supporters to the committee making an eightman majority But two Catholics among the event threatens the prompt repay1 Wilson E Mabrey has been CARTER LAKE Mavorjcight Reps James J Dcjancy mcnt of the loan let the banker know immediately and thus es tablish good failh charged with desertion by his former wife Mrs Marjorie Mabrey of Carter Lake of New York and Thomas P ONcil Jr of Massachusetts joined Smith in holding up the school bill cast drugs through patents From now on all forecasts highpressure advertising and by persuading doctors to write prescriptions by brand names Senate Republican Leader Everett M Dirksen 111 and Sen Roman L Hruska RNeb called the Democratic commit leemens charge a monstrosity They said the majority report made no attempt whatsoever to be objective of showers will be followed by a set of odds intended to give people en idea of their chances of getting wet Man drowns at Lake Darling WASHINGTON Iowa Wi Harold Watts 34 of Mount Pleasant drowned Tuesday while swimming at Lake Dar ling State Park where he had gone on a picnic with his fam ily Authorities said he disap peared after going beyond the ropes of the swimming area KILLED WINNIPEG Man A jarcfoot boy Douglas Murray Porter 6 was electrocuted Tues day by a 115volt wire laid across a strawberry patch SAME Aiding and abetting Mrs Gei ger 58 in embezzling from the Sheldon National Bank Fraudulent sale of stock of Northern Biochemical Conspiracy and 13 counts of us ing the mails to sell unregistered stock of the company On the inside Editorials Page 4 Minimum 88 68 FIRE LOSS SIOUX CITY UPI Loss was estimated Wednesday al in a fire Tuesday night thai destroyed an 80yearold liomc housing Catholic priests leaching at Heelan High School decision of major auto manu facturers to install basic safety belt hardware in the 1962 mod els of passenger cars As physicians he said look upon this as another major step toward eliminating the unnecessary bloodshed and car nage on our highways ASKEY SAID that no longer than six years ago safety bell installation was considered i jjoke But a hospital emergency room on a busy weekend night would provide a lesson to any one in doubt about the fright ening waste caused by traffic accidents Askey said George C Stewart executive vice president of the National Safety Council estimated that 5000 of 1960s 38200 automobile deaths would have been prer vented by the use of safety belts Seat belts save lives is no longer a handy slogan but a proven fact he said Day after day we receive reports of accidents in which drivers and passengers have been saved from death and injury becausa of this one basic safety device ALSO ADDRESSING a press conference at the Overseas Press Club was Dr Luther Terry surgeon general of tha United States who disclosed of the slaying of Thomas Powilhat all federal departments Rock Island man convicted in murder trial ROCK ISLAND 111 WVRob ert Lee Taylor 21 of Rock lTl4 Islandaccused of the slaying Society News Clear Lake News Sports Latest Markets Mason City News 3233 Court Tuesday afternoon He North Iowa News 35 Was scheduled to appear before Comics of a high school honor student 2122 here on March 26 1960 was 32 jconvicted of murder in Circuit 36 Judge George 0 Hebcl at 2 p m Friday for sentencing A jury of seven men and five women found the youth guilty crs 18 a student at Allcman High School who was found shot at the rear of his parents store in outer Molini and agencies were cooperat ing enthusiastically in a cam paign to install safety belts in all governmentowned vehicles   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