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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 17, 1962, Mason City, Iowa North Ipwas Dally News pa pei Edited for CITY GLOBEGAZETTE A f VOL 102 The newspaper that makes ail North lowans Associated Press and United Press International FuU Lease Wrcs HOME EDITION neighbors UOc a Paper Consists ofTwo NO naut team adds 2 dead in Swea City plane crash One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO 0300 pm Sun WOI Ames m m Tucs 930 Pm Citj 1310 pm Stockpiling has become hornets nest QTOCKP1L1NG HAS TAKEN on an unfavorable connota tion in recent months but it has a rather respectable history For quite some time it has been a U S government policy to accumulate strategic and crit ical materials against nationa emergency Maybe weve had too mucli of a good thing A Senate investigating sub committee started hearings on the subject five months ago Its members sought answers to these two questions 1 Why did we stockpile so much more than seemed to be needed 2 Were there excessive prof its in the sale of stockpiled ma terials were of of asharp flareup between Chairman Sen ton D Mo arid Humphrey extreasury secre lary now honorary chairman of the M A Hanna Co The big argument was wheth er the Cleveland firm has re ceived excess profits from nickel contracts When the hear ings are resumed Humphrey will be asked to clear up a num ber of points at issue in the controversy Another important witness will be Arthur S Flemming president of the University of Oregon who as head of the Of fice of Defense mobilization di rected the stockpiling of stra tegic materials from 1953 to 1957 Flemming was formerly a college president in Ohio Because Humphrey and Flemming were both prominent in the Eisenhower Admiriistra tion some Republicans have charged that the stockpiling probe is being used to obscure Democratic embarrass m e n t over the Billie SoIEstes case Some businessmen still smart ing from last springs steel price unpleasantness assert the subcommittee probe gives furth er evidence that the Kennedy Administration is antibusiness Be that as it may there is widespread agreement in both parties that policies which led to the present glut of stockpiled materials are seriously in need of overhauling It was President Kennedy who first turned pub lic attention to the problem at a news conference last January f was astonished said the President to find that the to tal stockpile now amounts to some billion in materials an amount that exceeds the Commodity Credit Corporations total inventory of farm products and of more importance an amount that exceeds our emer gency requirements as now de termined by nearly billion Mr Kennedy said he had tak en steps to halt any new acqui sitions with the exception of three items still critically short and on which we have spent less than million The billion cited by the President represented the cur rent market value of materials in government stockpiles Their cost value was billion The difference of billion accord ing to Sen Symington repre sented a loss far greater than any I have seen in the Billie Sol Estes case The major objective of the has been to determine whether there is sub stance to a suggestion by Presi dent Kennedy that excessive Turn 1 SEARCH WRECKAGE FOR VICTIMS AP Photofa3t Brussels Belgian government statistics adminis tration which collapsed Up to 20 per debris oi office building of the sons were killed in the collapse North Generally fair Mon day night and Tuesday Cooler Monday night lows in the 40s Warmer Tuesday highs in mid 70s o w a Generally fair Monday night and Tuesday Cooler Mon day night lows 40s northeast to 50s southwest Warmer Tues day highs in the 70s Further outlook Partly cloudy with lit tle temperature change Wednes day Fiveday Jowa Temperatures will average about 5 degrees below normal Tuesday Car hit bridge Go merman one of 7 road victims Gerald Lee Greiman 27 son of Wilson Greiman Garner was one of seven lowans who died in highway accidents over the weekend through Saturday Normal highs are from the lower 70s in the north to the upper70s in the south Normal lows are in the lower 50s Tempera tures remain near nor mal until turning consider ably colder Thursday and Fri day Rainfall will average 50 of an inch in the north to 2 pm The Rev Albert Guth miller will be in charge of the about one inch in the south occurring mostly Thursday and Friday Minnesota Mostly fair warmer Highs Tuesday near 80 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Monday Maximum 75 Minimum 47 At 8 am 53 Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum Greiman was alone in his car Saturday night when the car bridge abutment on Highway 3 a mile west of Dumont in jj w Butler County The accident covered by the Iowa Highway Patrol Funeral services will be held Wednesday at the Zion United Church of Christ at Garner at Man killed by train still unidentified FORT MADISON UPI A 73 40 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Sunday Maximum 77 Minimum 59 services Burial will be at the Concord Cemetery at Garner Military rites will be conducted by the Garner VFW and the Garner American Legion Post Greiman was born July 30 1935 at Iowa City the son of Mr and Mrs Wilson Greiman Garner Survivors include his parents his wife Grace two sons John and Bruce a brother Lynn Garner two sisters Mrs Rich Marjorie Koolbeck and Mrs Roland Shirley Pals both of Belmond his maternal grand mother Mrs Henry Reierson Buffalo Center and his paternal grandparents Mr and Mrs George H Greiman Garner The Bohn Funeral Home Gar ner is in charge of arrange ments Other weekend victims in cluded Mary Zalc 67 who was killed in atwocar crash Saturday night at the junction of High ways 275 and 34 at Glenwood B T Roseberry 55 Water lop who died Saturday of in juries suffered earlier in the day in a twocar crash at Water loo Mrs W D Lancelot Water monogrammed cigarette lighter and handkerchief provided the only dues Monday to the identity of an elderly man killed by a pas senger train here Sunday night Authorities said they found no identification papers in the mans pockets but said they found a cigarette lighter monogrammed WLR and a handkerchief with the initial R along with Santa Fe Railway ticket from Chicago to Medill Mo The man was described as between 65 and 70 years and wore glasses On the inside Editorials Page 4 News Quiz 7 Comics 7 Mason City Latest Markets 9 Sports Clear Lake News 13 Society News 1415 North Iowa News 20 SWEDISH ELECTION STOCKHOLM Sweden Premier Tage Erlander hailed Monday the victory of his Social Democratic party in Sundays municipal elections Returns gave the Social Democrats 509 per cent of the votes compared with 474 per cent in the last city elections four years ago SAME Department Black Meant loo who was killed in a twocar collision in Cedar Falls Satur day night Barry Bales 18 Redfield who was killed Saturday in a car truck collision on Highway 90 just east of Redfield Winekauf Tipton who died in twocar crash near Readlyn Sati urday Judy Kimberly 19 daughter of Mr and Mrs Melviri Kim berly Maxwell who died when the sports car she was driving urn w t r BUG was driving Willie Wmekauf lOmontholrf went out of control and crashed son of Mr and Mrs Charleston a gravel road Farmers witness accident 11 children fatherless SWEA CITY Eleven chil dren are fatherless as result ol a plane crash in which two brothers were killed Sundaj about pm The victims were Henry Mar in Eggerth 35 a Swea City farmer and Charles Edward Eggerth Stewartville Minn The plane had just completed making a sharp turn when i suddenly nosed down into a soybean field on the Don Geikei farm Kossuth County Sheriff Ralph W Lindhorst said Mr and Mrs Geiken were the only witnesses and got there moments after the crash bu were unable to get the men ou of the burning plane The Swea City Fire Department arrived later but was unable to sav The plane came down onl about Vk mile from the Geik ens farm home The plane had taken off abou an hour before from a fiel near Bancroft and Vas pilote by Marlih Henry Eggerth own er the craft He had a stu dents license according to o ficials Lindhorst said it is not know what caused the plane to crash Federal Aviation Administratioi officials were to arrive here t conduct an investigation int the crash brothers were the sons o Mr and Mrs Charles Eggerth Charles Edward was born a Senwick Feb 28 1923 Henry tfarlin was born at Mallard Nov 23 1926 They were both graduates of Swea City High School They are survived by heir stepmother Mrs Charles Sggerth a brother Robert Argyle two sisters Mrs Har an Betty Peterson Ring sted Mrs Maynard Evvie Coppen Fort Dodge Henry is also survived by his wife the former Beverly Luna four daughters Carol Peggy Donna and Patti all at home Edward is survived by his wife the former Esther Swanson three daughters Shelley Sheila Elaine four sons Charles Jr Darrel Richard and Leonard all at home Henry farmed about two miles from the scene of the ac cident He was an active mem ber of the National Farmer Organization Edward was milk inspector for the Roches ter Dairy Rochester Minn Funeral services for both men are pending at the Barnes Fu neral Home Swea City Use of Type 111 polio vaccine to be limited By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Some states have decided to dis continue of Sabin Type HI polio vaccine but state and local officials in a number of places lave adopted a wail and see pol icy Sabin oral vaccine Types 1 and II will continue to be used gen erally checks across the country indicate Reaction was mixed after the US Public Health Service an nounced in Washington Saturday that 11 confirmed cases of Type HI polio provided sufficient evi dence to indicate that at least some of these cases have been caused by Type III vaccines The special advisory committee of the health service said all 11 confirmed cases occurred in adults The service recommended limiting the use of Type III vac cine to immunization programs for preschopl and school age chil dren Continued use of Types I and II for everyone was recom mended byjthe health service new men Moon to be their target STAFFORD WHITE YOUNG CONRAD N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Ted Ed soy win BOSTON Teddy Kennedy and Eddie McCor mack both predicted victory in Tuesdays battle for the democratic nomination for U S senator but they were so cautious that they sounded like of fellows tryingto whistle their way past a graveyard I will win but it will be very very close Teddy said Im confident I will win but Im not pre dicting by how much Eddie said Macmillans bid fails LONDON Premier Harold Macmillan failed to get commonwealth support for Britains proposed entry into the European Common Market After a 50mmute appeal by Macmillan to the 15 common wealth leaders meeting in London the commonwealth prime ministers conference decided to postpone fur ther discussion on the wording of a final communi que Another church burned DAWSON Ga Negro church was set afire and destroyed by an amateur arsonist the fourth Negro church to be burned in this raciallytense area the past month Thant likely to get full term UNITED NATIONS Diplomats from various parts of the World predicted that the 17th General Assembly will name U Thant of Burma to a full five year term as secretarygeneral Thant is acting secre tarygeneral serving out the uhexpired term of the late Dag Hammarskjold that ends next April 10 Admits De Gaulle plot PARIS A French air force officer who made arrangements for President Charles de Gaulles air plane flights has confessed to being the top ringlead er of the plot to assassinate him Aug 22 He was identified as Lt Col JeanMarie Bastien Thiry 34 Enters integration case federal government asked the courts to forbid racial discrimination in Prince Georges County Va public schools attended by chil dren of federal employes Younger than first group ROM OUR WIRE SERVICES HOUSTON Tex Nine f thehottest young jet est pilots in the country Monday were named astro auts Their destination is he moon The nine averaging 325 years f age were introduced to the lation by the Manned Space raft Center in Houston which ill guide them toward the goal f the moon and back within ive years or less They included two civilian test ilots four Air Force officers nd three Navy officers One of the nine already has national reputation as a wiz ard flyer He is Neil Arm strong veteran civilian test pi ot of the X15 experimental ocket plane the worlds fastest vinged craft He was the purth man to fly it at five limes the speed of sound All nine selected from an or iginal list of 200 applicants have been in t r a ining se cr etly for nearly a year in the p r o gra m th at joins them NOT IN THE BOOK FOR RUSSIANS RiSIfdT t link young New York attorney who posed as an in former for two Soviet U N employes holds copy of book by Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev entitled For Victory in the Peaceful Competition with Cap italism Flink said book was given him by the two Russians to whom he gaveinformation cleared by the FBI Soviet pair now is back in Russia Flink 27 is a candidate for the New York State Assembly as a Re publican hauts into a LOVELL space corps LOVELL of 16 men The average age of the nine new astronauts is two years less than the original Mercury astro nauts when they were selected n April 1959 The rookies weigh an aver age 1615 pounds compared with 59 pounds for the Mercury as ronauts and they average two enths of an inch taller The nine will ride Americas ext generation of manned twoman Gem ni earthorbiting program and he moonbound Apollo program o follow Dr Robert Gilruth director of he spacecraft center said as ignments of the new astro auts will depend on the con tnuing physical and technical talus of the individuals con erried and upon future flight chedule requirements The other civilian in the pro gram is Elliott M See Jr na ive of Dallas Tex and experi mental test pilot for the General Electric Co The Air Force men are Maj Frank Borman 34 a na ive of Gary Ind an instructor n the Aerospace Research Pilot ichool at Edwards AFB Capt James A McDivitt 33 native of Chicago an experi mental flight test officer at Ed vards AFB Capt Thomas P Stafford 32 native of Weatherford Okla hief of the performance branch t the experimental test flight iivision of the Aerospace Re earch Pilot School at Edwards FB Capt Edward White II 32 native of San Antonio Tex an xpenmental test pilot at Wright atterson Air Force Base Ohio The Navy officers are Lt Charles Conrad Jr 32 a alive of Philadelphia a safety ficer for FighterSquadron 142 His station was not Lt Cmdr James A Lovell Jr 4 a native of Cleveland flight instructor and safety of cer at the Naval Air Station at ceana Va Lt Cmdr John W Young 32 native of San Francisco main nance officer for Fighter Squad on 53 at the Naval Air Station tiramar Calif Of the fledglings Stafford is he youngest His selection robably was the biggest birth ay gift he ever has received londay was his 32nd birthday The new astronauts like their lercttry project compatriots vill serve as engineers and echnical advisors for the de ign of space ships in the ace to beat Russia to the moon n this decade ;