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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 23, 1959, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for BE HOME EDITION VOL Newspaper That Mokes All North Neighbors nd United InternXioul Full Wlrei MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY MARCH 23 7c Copy Two Oar Wl One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE CGLO USOOl 134S Suadi W01 as New Hope in Easter Seals EASTER SEAL SEASON seems to me to be a most appropriate time to come back to story of Henry Vis cardi Jr I only wish I had an hour instead of 15 minutes at my command Its that absorb ing A month or so ago I deal with this amazing young man born without legs in New York Most of my time how was given over to his philosophy as it was set forth in a a Wilmington audience In this visit Id like to give more attention to Viscardi him self And Ill be drawing on his 240 page autobiography titled A Mans It takes him from birth to 1952 when he was confronted with one of the most difficult decisions a man ever faced To indicate to you that its no ordinary man about whom I speak let me lead off fay re producing the opening para graph in an introduction to this volume from the John Day Press by one of Americas most distinguished elder statesmen Bernard Baruch A STOP ON THE WAY HOME President Eisenhower leads the way to a waiting limousine as British Prime Minister Harold Mac millan and Foreign Minister Selwyn Lloyd bid farewell to Secre tary of State Dulles The three stopped at Dulles Washington AP Pliotofax home to fill him in after meeting for three days at Eisenhowers mountain retreat It was Dalles first trip home since he started radiation treatments for cancer Henry Viscardi was born un der a cruel handicap Most men would have been doomed by it to lives of misery and despair He however refused to be con signed to humanitys scrap heap He fought with a courage that mUst fill the most imper sonal heart with boundless ad miration to conquer terrible disability and he won Against great odds he made a normal life for himself In that struggle he acquired a spirit which re flects his remarkable charac FOR MOST of his first six years hospital was home for Henry Viscardi It was one opj era another Ortho pedic surgeons were trying to do something about the two little gnarled stumps folded across his abdomen when he came into this world DCTAILS OF SUMMIT TALKS PROPOSAL Adopt 3Point Approach WASHINGTON UP Presi dent Eisenhower and British Prime Minister Harold Maciml lan have proposed that the Western Allies adopt a three point approach to a summit conference with Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev this sum mer It was learned Monday that this was the compromise form ula agreed on in talks between the two Western leaders at Camp David Saturday Now under discussion by West German Chancellor Konrad Ade jiauer and French President Charles de Gaulle it represents a compromise between Macmil Khrushchev unconditionally and Eisenhowers reluctance to meet without promise of achievement The three points 1 THE BIG FOUR powers the United Stales Britain France and the Soviet Union should open a foreign ministers Jans urgent desire to meet with meeting at Geneva May 11 Khrushchev has already sub stantially agreed to this The foreign ministers should reach agreements on the widest pos sible range of German and re lated problems try to narrow SovietWest differences and pre pare proposals for a later sum mit conference 2 The heads of governtnen With an amazing gift for re collection Viscardi takes the lowans BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Traffic accidents claimed the lives of eight lowans over the weekend Three of the persons u reader with him into his home kiljed jn outofstate accidents where his and father immigrants from Italy gave oJ their love The father was a bar ber The mother was one with an uncommonlyintense devo tion to her Catholic faith Repeated operations and bone fusings had given the little lad some rudimentary limbs which admitted of limited locomotion In his hospital days barely two feet tall he could walk under his bed and hide on the bottom shelf of the linen cupboard In school and in the Gli LSwenson 40 and Dan principal playgrounds for NewWSoesbc 58 both of Mason Yorks youngsters Henry cardi was a lad set apart from Lewis T Battleson 43 LejMason his fellows He would have f erred it otherwise but a lad as I One died when his car was struck by a train Killed were Earl Bryant 35 Council Bluffs Orris F Prescott 41 Des Moines Gerald Art bur Keck 19 fresco Clyde Elmer Williams 48 rural Pacific Junction Col M Sullivan Sioux IN CAPITAL OF TIBET Fighting Appears Over NEW DELHI Ufi Prime Minister Nehru Monday said fighling apparenlly has sub sided in the Tibetan capital and the Indian government has no intention of interven ing in the revolt against Chi nese Communist rule Apparently the situation in ent of the Times of India re ported the young godking was under house arrest in Lhasa his capital The report said Pciping had ordered the Chi nese military governor of Ti bet Gen Chang Clung Wu to persuade the Dalai Lama considered by Tibetans to be the reincarnation of Buddha Lhasa has somewhat quieted to come to the Red Chinese the Indian prime min capital in order to withdraw his moral support from the rebels Nehru in his remarks lo Parliament was in effecl an swering several Indian news papers who had criticized his failure to intercede with Peip ping on behalf of the Tibetans and the Dalai Lama Nehru told Parliament he had no reliable information on the fate of the Dalai Lama Tibets 23yearold spiritual and political leader He said he could only hope he was safe The Hong Kong correspond to Hike Loans DES MOINES UPI The towa Senate Monday passed a bill which would allow small oan companies lo lend up to to any one borrower The bill now goes to the House because of an amendment add should hold their meetings when justified by the work of the foreign ministers 3 The foreign ministers there fore would have the responsibil ity of determining the place and subject matter of the summit conference THE PROPOSAL covering these points was drafted by Macmiilan and Eisenhower for inclusion in Western iriotes now expected logo to later this week has been pressing for a summit confer Solons Face 2 Issues Liquor and Redistricting DES MOINES Wi The Iowa Legislature from all indica tions faces some of its tough est days of the session this week Two major issues reappor tionment and liquor by the drink are slated to come up for floor debate by The Senate has set a special order of business Wednesday on one of six reapporlionment pro posals It calls for a 99member House one from each coun ty and a Senate of 60 mem bers distributed over the state on the basis of population THIS PLAN reportedly has the strong backing of the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation The stormy liquor proposal a county option plan is scheduled for a test in the House Floor Leader Clark McNeal RBelmond said he expects the bill now on the House cal endar to come up for debate Wednesday or Thursday In an effort lo get the lesser legislation out of the way both houses are expected to step up the pace this week McNeal said he House will begin holding periodic afternoon sessions from now until adjourn ment In the Senate afternoon ses sions will be held daily with committee meetings from 3 until 5 IM STILL aiming for an April 18 adjournment said Senate Majority Leader Jack Schroeder He termed harmony an d progress wonderful in the past week Both parties have FLEES IN AP Phbtofax Mrs Mickic Krajkowski steps out onto a ladder still clad in her pajamas as she flees a which swept her third floor Brooklyn apartment She had been trapped tthere with two infants who were carried down firstby firemen The w o m a n received severa burns j 9 Dead in Mine Blast ROBB1XS Tenn ex the Senate which would i compel a borrower lo list all of his other loans Small loan com panies presently are limited to loans of or less lo any one borrower By a vole of 442 the bill sets an interest rale of 3 per cent ence for many months Some officials say the forg ing of a summit one of the Soviet leaders ob jectives in stirring up the Ber in crisis beginning last Novem ber Macmiilan feels the Western leads of government must nego iale with Khrushchev even if he foreign ministers conference s a failure Eisenhower feels very effort must be made to et basic progress toward a so lution of the Berlin crisis and some start on other German problems at the foreign minis ters meeling Macmiilan clearly won a vie lory which he very much de sired in getting Eisenhower to agree thatthe foreign ministers should prepare proposals for a summit conference been making a sincere effort to But he said the significance pf the fast progress is the sense of responsibility the Re City Aroused Over Murder of SPOKANE An aroused police force vowed Monday to find the killer of Candy Rogers a 9yearold Campfire girlwhose ravished body was found in a clump of woods after a 16day Well put every available man on the case and keep them there until the thing is EISENHOWER protected his concern for progress at the for on the first S150 of the loan 2 per cent on the second and Per cent on the last of a SMO loan joining the idea he used in his THE SENATE defeated speech a week ago nircmn i it ii i an amendment which the heads of government plosion shattereda small coal cu per ccnt get together when justi publicans have assumed possibly brought on by the de feat last fall We have banded together in a common purpose which is something new for the Schroeder said Schroeder early last week admonished the Senate for de ferment of bills and urged that all such bills from now on be referred to committee IF THOSE bills ready for floor he said they should have never been sent out of He said the Republican Party is expected within the next sev eral days lo finish plans car rying out recommendations of the GOP Policy Committee made prior to the stale of the session Bulletin BRYANT DIED Sunday when handicapped as he was could he was struck b a hardly go unnoliced jby Tcrry B Carrigan lg Coun USUALLY the attention dicil Bluffs Bryant was walking rected toward him stemmed from the instinct of kindness which resides in most humans but on occasion theYe was a note of derision for one who had so in a Council Bluffs crosswalk when he was struck Police booked Carrigan for failure to yield the rightofway Fair lo partlyinline near here Monday Bodies cloudy Monday nighl Lows 35 to 40 Increasing cloudiness chance of occasional rain and cooler Tuesday high near 50 Iowa Fair to partly cloudy Monday night Jows 35 to 40 to 45 south Increasing cloudi ness Tuesday cooler with oc casional rain north little tem perature change elsewhere of four men were recovered rgte Qn IQ men were believed dead mine by the accomplishments of their foreign ministers Macmiilan yielded in his de sire lo fix a precise lime and place now for the summit meet ing and agreed the matter live rate of interest of about should be left up to the foreign 111 All 11 Vr soon after the blast Five other D Sen Robert Rigler iHampton said the interest rale First reports allribuled the exsilould be reduced because the plosion lo a gas pocket in pav an effec The nine men were said lo bel25 per cent on any loan the tolal work force in the mineHe said if the rate were cut lo at the time of the explosion il per cent il would reduce Ihe Robbins is in Stoll to about 23 per ministers It was learned from diplo matic authorities that the min isters of the United States Brit to a pedestrian driving with obviously been shortchanged a drivers license and be nature ing involved in a personal in At age 10 the family movedjjury accident from the tenement section of Prescott died Sunday wheniFve day Iowa truck mine normally a small man who has to resort to to an Atlantic Pact Coun said Police Chief Clifford Payne father of a daughter WE KNOW what fook ing for now Were looking for a He said it appeared the child had been picked up on a street corner attacked strangled with piece of her own slip then buried under a pile of brush miles from within a few hours 17 Never before has Is 230man police stirred by a case The pretty ourthgrader vanished March 6 while selling Campfire mints doortodoqr near her home POLICE FOUND six boxes of mints scattered a bridge in the 12 hours that followed the disappearance thenran into a blank wall despite 750 tips from substantial citizens skid row bums and tea leaf readers Three searchers in an Air Force helicopter were killed in a crash Then came an unexpected break Two enlisted men from Fairchild Air Force Base found a small pair of blue suede shoes WASHINGTON Of jwhile hunting woodchucks in United States Monday accused i remote 12 miles from trawler town northwest of where the search had been concentrated the Russian fishing Novorossisk of responsibility for breaking five transatlantic cables off Newfoundland last month A note sent to Moscow rejected a Soviet protest against the boarding of the trawler by U S sailors At dawn Sunday a half dozen officers gathered at the scene of the airmens discovery A pa trolman spotted a knee sticking out from under a pile of faded pinp needles highs 45 to 52 north lo uppcriabout 75 mies northwest of Sen John Walker RWil ain and France will meet here 60s south jKnoxville liams said the bill should bejMarch 31 for a confidential rei The mine is what is known as defeated because it is the iUleivjcw of he German problem Manhattan to a suburban homejhis car apparently left the road on Long Island in the midst of on a curve and flipped end woods and wild flowers His overend near Eagleville Mo teachers were kind too kind His stepson 24yearold Claude Their sympathy manifested it self in ways that seemed to pre clude living as a human being Martin of Des Moines was treated for injuries in a Beth any hospital and released the greatest obstacle a disabled person faces in going through in the car Dixie Louise Field 20 From his days in a hospitalialso of Des Moines had both until the present one man was extra special in the Viscardi collarbones broken Keck was killed in a cartruck a ill LUC vjacaiui life He was Dr Yanovcr nar Harmony the thing that made him extra special was that he studiously avoided smothering the Viscardi coijlded for the 5day period in which the coal is loan company for needed monjcjj scssi0n which begins April through Saturday wilj avcrhauled away by truck rather 2 Final arrangements for the 10 degrees above nor than bv railroad i WALKER SAfD the J ministers meeting were made interest rates were Tf by JEiscnhower and Macmillan irst parl o colder Wednesday but warm er toward the weekend Nor highs are 49 north lo 56 Normal lows are 27 north to 33 south Precipita tion will average from 20 to Butler Returns to Seat in Senate the Senate passed the bill il would be taking advantage of the poor unfortunate people who have to borrow from HUMBOLDT MVSen Guy company he said rain or snowlButIer RRoIfe was released One provision of the act how about Wednesday and acain Sunday aftrer being hospitalized cvcr woud thc hankingj Salurdav agalnione week for injuries received commissioncr lo set the interest Jin a twocar accident near usjng as a maximum the Minnesota Partly C 1 o u d y Tnc legislator passed by the Senate Williams died when his car cooler Chance of rain High turned to his Senate seat at Camp David The compromise formula was disclosed as Eisenhower and Macmiilan held their final Ber lin strategy session at the White i House personality with kindness He with a train at county road crossing about 3A miles south of Council Bluffs accepted the disability as a fact and he accepted Henry Viscardi as a person was kljlcd Sa Slrangcly enough Ihis lad in a Iwocar col 0 a rtrt gtumps for legs developed on a rainslick highway special interest in sports First he acted as a stringer for the near Pine Mountain Ga He was on leave from the Air New York Times in basketball games Then he Swcnson Soesbc and Bailie Tuesday 35 lo 45 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Maximum 42 Minimum At 8 36 Maximum 46 Minimum 25 day afternoon turned to officiating and for aj son were killed in a cartruck GlobeGazette weather data fee believe it or not His intcr CONTiNUED ON PACE 2 collision on Highway 18 four up to 8 Sunday miles east afternoon of Britt Friday Maximum Minimum 28 14 These are the same interest rates approved by the House Friday but the bill must return the House because of an amendment by Sen Irving D Long which would compel each applicant to list every loan he has outstand ing PLANS VISIT WASHINGTON tfi Radio Network Sold to New York NEW YORK group of New York businessmen has pur chased the Mutual Broadcasting System Mutual supplies 453 af filiated stations with news sports and special features Un til recently it was part of the financial empire of internation al financier Alexander L Guter ma Malcolm E Smith 42 AP PhotcrfM TEENAGE ABDUCTORS Janet Spegel left and Peggy Moore 16yearold escapees from a Ne braska training school sprawl dejectedly at police King SAME Baudouin of Belgium will come to the United Stales for a 10 day Visit starting May 11 ma lUaiconn OINIIII JL Ti n i vr mi u j LL president of Harrison Home Headquarters m Sahna Kan They are charged with kidnaping a farmer Jesse Richards 54 and forcing him at gunpoint to drive them toward Texas where the girls had heard therewere some real crazy Products an importing firm announced the purchase Sun day but not the amount in volved Air Force men ;