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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 3, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas l Daily Newspaper Edited for the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION VOL 102 The newspaper that makes ail North lowans neighbors Associated United Prcia International full Lease MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JULY 3 1962 lOo ft Paper Consists of Two SectionsSection No 114 Milk price cutting brings crackdown 1 Arthritis i3 I arid the j weather Victim can be prognosticates BY EARL UBELL New York Herald Tribune News Service old man who tells you theres going to be a change in the weather because he feels it in his joints now has scientific proof that he is a good weather prognosticalor But hes accurate only under certain con ditions Dr Joseph Lee Hollander and his associates at the University of Pennsylvania have proved that weather docs affect the joints of victims of arthritis They have done it with a special weather chamber called a Climatron Into the Climatron they put two rheumatoid arthritis pa tients at a time Then by adjust ing the controls the doctors can change the temperature the air flow the electrical charge the humidity and the pressure The patients live inside for several weeks They keep busy reading sewing playing games or working with the technicians and doctors who frequently make testson joints and other hody conditions The Climatron is homey it has twin beds a bathroom and easy chairs To get to the outside however the patients have to pass through an airlock and submarine doors In his first tests about a year ago Dr Hollander tried vary ing one aspect of weather at a time He set the temperature high and low or the humidity or the air pressure or the other variables but only singly The patients showed no changes ex cept the normal fluctuations of their disease For a while Dr Hollander doubted the many stories of arthritis victims and their friends But he remembered that when he was a physician in Texas he observed patients who suffered from the arthritic pain more acutely with the coming of a storm Next he tried varying two of the atmospheric conditions at a time Four pairs of patients were used With the very first combination Dr Hollander be gan to see an effect He cre ated the beginning of an artifi cial storm In a report to the American Rheumatism Association Dr Hollander told how he increased the humidity from 30 per cent to 80 per cent while keeping the temperature constant and drop ping the barometric pressure from 315 inches down to 285 Inches Thats like the start of Noeaster In 29 out of 40 tests the pa tients grew worse They com plained of pain and stiffness And when the doctors checked the stiffness tenderness and strength of grip they confirmed the patients opinions When Dr Hollander varied either the humidity or the pres sure individually nothing could be detected in 30 tests of pa tients One of Dr Hollanders patients who had made a contribution to the construction of the Climatron told him Hell why did you have to go and spend all that money I could have told you that years ago But to Dr Hollander a patients opinion is one thing and scientific proof is another Patients even contributors to science have been known to be wrong On the inside Farm Features Page 5 Mason City News 67 Latest Markets 7 Society News 8 Sports 910 Clear Lake News 10 Editorials 11 Comics 12 North Iowa News14 Double duty in Iowa Elephants to rescue MARTINSBURG Iff When a circus truck left the highway and overturned Tuesday officials didnt have far to go for help in raising the vehicle Two elephants were unloaded from another truck and righted the overturned semitrailer truck loaded with lumber material The accident occurred on Highway 78 about four miles east of here The Al C KellyMiller Bros circus of Hugo Okla was on its way to Fairfield for a show Tuesday when the accident hap pened It was in Ottumwa Monday N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES flight to Europe 100000th Pan American World Airways transAtlantic flight landed at London air port Tuesday The first flight on June 28 1939 car ried 22 passengers and took 29 hours 20 minutes to fly from New York to Marseilles France Tuesdays flight reached London from New York in seven hours nine minutes y returns to Berlin Lucius D Clay returned to Berlin with a message from President Kennedy in fulfill ment of a promise to the people of the divided city Clay the Presidents personal Berlin representative left here early in May but promised to return for visits if Settle Laos issues West pressed the Communists at the 14nation conference on Laos to cooperate without reservation in an early peacesettlement for the Southeast Asian kingdom The cochairman of the conference Malcolm MacDonald of Britain and Georgi Pushkin of Russia scheduled a meeting to discuss the best means of resolving the few problems still outstanding Negroes picket hotels than 100 signcarrying demon strators marched forth from the National Associa tion for the Advancement of Colored People NAACP convention hall to picket hotels that re fused to house Negroes Pholnfax OH THOSE TOUGH Marine Gunnery Sgt Sam Griffith appears to be hoisting a helicopter over his head at Atsugi Naval Air Station near Tokyo Actually the copter hovered over his head and Griffith struck this pose as a photographer snapped the picture at a shutter speed fast enough to stop the motion of the rotor blades North Iowa included in probe Action taken by Hultman DES MOINES Gen an Hultman said Tuesday he as evidence that half a dozer najor dairies in Iowa are engaged n price discrimination He told a news conference tha barges would be filed unless th fairies voluntarily stopped the iraclice Hultman said his office ha een working for several months jn an investigation of complaints if milk pricing He called 17 county attorneys o his office for a conference Tuesday to brief them on a law allegedly being violated by the dairies f Hultman declined to identify the dairies but implied that the list included some operating in North Iowa Among the county attorneys summoned included those from Franklin and Floyd counties The law described by Hultman as little known and practically untested prohibits selling a product at different prices unless the variation is justified by differ ences in cost or quality State law permits price change to meet competition Hultman said adding he knows of price cuts that could not be by any legitimate reasons Investigators have found retail milk prices ranging from 19 cents to more than 40 cents a half gallon Hultman said He added a variation of 8 cents or about 20 per cent for the same product of the same company is not un common He said the violators are main y major processors most with op erations nationwide or involving several states Some he said are selling milk below production cost The only purpose of this said Hultman is to force small or local processors out of business o the larger companies then set higher noncompetitive prices Besides price variation Hult man said investigators also found some milk companies giving re aates to retailers while invoicing he milk at a price near normal The rebates he said sometimes are in return for retailers cooper ation in barring a competing prod uct from his store or limiting its display area He said a company sometimes sells its milk under its own labei at one price and sells the same milk in the same store at a lower price in a package carrying the stores private brand name Complaints were reported from local processors individuals stores and school districts Hultman said the discrimination law unlike most criminal statute ives the attorney general am county attorneys joint rcsponsi jilily for enforcement The penalty upon conviction revocation of a companys corpor alion charter a fine of o or both the fine and a yea in jail for guilty executives The attorney general said h seeks to correct abuses and indi cated that immediate voluntar compliance by processors involve probably would prevent suits H said the county attorneys and h might decide to invite producer involved to a conference befor proceeding further Attorneys were invited fron these counties Brcmcr Lini Johnson Lee DCS Moines Jcffer son Wapclto Appnnoose Monroe Adams Cass Clay Webster Franklin Rice Polk and Floyd Hultman said the investigalio has no connection with 10 suit pending at Waverly against fou dairy producers and some of thei executives charging conspiracy t submit idcntial bids to school dis tricts for milk These cases are against Carnation Bordcn and Walnut Dairies of Waterloo and Dairy o Waverly THE WAY WE DO IT IN Gov Norman Erbe of Iowa shows a group of children square dancers from the Lykens Valley Tiny Tots Pennsyl vania Square Dance team how they do Photofax the square dance in Iowa Erbe ap peared at the Pennsylvania Dutch Night festival at the annual Gover nors Conference in Hershev Algerians now free unrest ALGIERS Presijing by 4500 mutinous Moslemmgnizes the independence of AI Abductor hunted in Iowa Maquoketa pair beaten MAQUOKETA AP An ex convict charged with heating an elderly farm couple with a pitch jfork and wanted for questioning in the disappearance of their granddaughter was sought in Iowa Tuesday Wanted was Donald Kinyon 27 who had served time in prison for assault and bad checks and had been paroled to the farm cou ple about three weeks ago Officers said Kinyon apparently took the farm couples 9yearold granddaughter with him when ha fled Beaten were Thomas Vincent Batey 60 and his wife Mabel 63 who were found on their farm three miles northwest of here Monday night Missing was Sherry Batey daughter of Owen Batey of Ma quoketa who had been living with her grandparents Officers said Kinyon had been paroled to the Bateys on June 14 from the Mens Reformatory at Anamosa where he was serving a sentence for bad checks The Bateys were found about pm Monday by Vernon Kin yon of Maquoketa father of tha wanted man Batey was found in the barn Mrs Batey was found in bed ioth were reported in serious to air condition at a Maquoketa lospital Tuesday cnt Charles dc Gaulle proclaimed Vlgerian independence Tuesday nd Nationalist Premier Ben ousseff Ben Khedda arrived with is ministers to assert their rule ver a new nation threatened with ivil war guerrillas who want to put radfgeria ical Vice Premier Ahmed Ben Bella in power Ben Bella opposes Ben Kheddas policy of coopera tion with France Ben Khedda flew in from Tunis jhis headquarters while he directed The triumphant return of the the exile regime in its campaign ormer rebel fighter was darkened y the threat of a military upris to throw off 132 years of French rule He was the first to leave the plane Algerias independence became effective at am the result of a statement issued by De Gaulle following a Iowa Showers thunder storms east and south Tues day night likely again Wed nesday afternoon Cooler northwest Tuesday night lows 5058 north 5565 south Highs Wednesday 7585 The Evian agreements call for the provisional executive to rule Algeria until a Constituent Assem bly is elected later this month and a parliamentary government takes over It was believed Ben Khed das Cabinet from Tunis would be merged with the provisional exe utive and Ben Khedda would be come president of the new com bined executive Late Monday night as crowds of roaring cheering Moslems roamed the streets of Algiers cele brating the overwhelming vote Authorities were not able im mediately to question them about the beatings or the disappearance of their granddaughter because of their condition A spade and a pitchfork which officers said Kinyon apparently used in beating the elderly couple were found on the farm Kinyon was charged with as sault and battery Officers said he fled after the beatings in Baleys car The car is a special meeting of the French Cabinet j Sunday for independence guerril By the selfdetermination vote las loyal to Ben Kheddas govern of July 1 1962 the statement said the Algerian people called for independence of Algeria coop erating with France In consequence the relations between France and Algeria being henceforth founded on the condi tions defined by the governmental ment took control of public build ings in the capital to deny them to Ben Bellas dissidents Some 3000 guerrillas in central Algeria were in a state of open mutiny led by Maj Si Mokhtar They were joined by an estimated 1500 soldiers of the Frenchled 2957 white and gray Ford with license number 495404 Kinyon was described as about 6 feet 1 195 pounds dark brown hair and eyes with tattoes on his right arm Officers were unable to give a reason for the beatings They said Kinyon and the Bateys were friends Kinyon had been work ing on the farm since his parole 4th forecast Hot showers Warm weather dampened with scattered afternoon and evening showers will continue for the Fourth of July in fowa High temperatures Wednesday are expected to range from tha r1 Jf inhthe th9 owa Partly cloudy widely Evian pcnce thc pres30 French officers and in scattered showers thunderdent of ne Frcnch rcpublic officers clares that France solemnly recjlhem presumably against their will storms through Wednesday little temperature change Lows Tuesday night 60s north to near 70 south Highs Wed nesday generally near 90 Further outlook Scattered showers thunderstorms Thurs day cooler northwest Minnesota Showers continued warm High Wednesday in 80s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum 90 Minimum 6f Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum 80 Minimum 51 Only the Newsp ONLY THE NEWSPAPER lets you absorb information so fast Reading is the quickest way to inform yourself and newspapers are designed for fast convenient reading Show the flag The Fourth of July without the flag would be as much out of place as Iowa without its fields of corn Both are an integral part of our national heritage The number of flags in evidence on Flag Day June 14 and Memorial Day was dishearteningly small Lets throw out our chests and show that we are proud of our country Is your flag ready Last holdout on water tower quits PITTSBURGH last of 13 convicts climbed down from a water tower early Tues day at the Western State Peni tentiary ending a weeklong demonstration against alleged prison brutality Prison offi cials said Charles Miller 32 serving a life term for murder climbed down from the tower unassisted at am He was taken to the prison hospital Beaned by cabbage she gets LANSING Mich slate supreme court Monday awarded Madclon Lindsay 000 damages for an injury she received in a supermarket Mrs Lindsay was struck in the head by a fivepound cabbage thrown by one clerk to another in the southwest noncomj viore scattered thtmdershower were with activity is forecast for Thursday Heavy rainfall was again re ported in several communities The insurgent troops backed Monday night Ananiosa had 338 cause of Ben Bella the radical inches Wapello 113 and Dubuque vice premier who fled from Tunis to Tripoli after a violent clash with Ben Khedda and other mod erate members of the nationalist regime Ben Bella opposes Ben Kheddas policy of cooperation with France He wants a sweeping socialist revolution for Algeria oriented to ward the United Arab Republics President Game Abdcl Nasser and dependence on the Commu nist bloc rather than the West for economic and military aid Another 40000 nationalist guer rillas were scattered over Algeria So far there was no indication that they were joining the revolt against Ben Khedda 94 The high Monday was 92 at Council Bluffs and Lamoni SAME Safety Department Flgnrctl tWhite Flap Means No Trafflt Death In Past I Houri Holiday is over Doctors strike tested REGINA Sask full impact of a doctors strike against a new compulsory medical care plan is expected to hit this province of 928000 people with the end of a threeday holiday weekend Saskatchewan residents waited to learn just what medical services were available Many doctors struck Sunday to pro test against the start of the plan But customary closing of clinics and offices for the Dominion Day holiday weekend had made it difficult to determine how many of the provinces 700 doctors walked out During the holiday period hospitals reported no major problems in handling patients The striking doctors claim that the of ill in North the government control of the cal profession Volunteer doctors provided free emergency service at 34 designated hospitals   

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