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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 11, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NEWSFAFIR THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 1OWANS NEIGHBOR S HOME EDITION VOL LXIII Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven CenU a Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY MARCH 11 1957 This of Two Egypt Protests U N Gunfire at Gaza The World Around Us Citadel of Mycenae Echoes Past Number 97 EDITORS is ont of a scries of daily reports by our editor on a trip by air around the world How people live and how they feel toward America are more em phasized by Mr Hall than scenic features By W EARL HALL pORINTH the light of a tiny flickering candle I fumbled my way down the uneven steps of a secret tunnel in the Citadel of Mycenae which was known to that Homeric hero Ag amemnon some years be fore the Birth of Christ The dank narrow passageway known only to the royal family in those longago days led to a deep underground cistern designed for use as a source of water supply when the fortification which in cluded the kings palace was un der prolonged seige From the ruins above I had looked out for many miles in all directions upon Mt Parnassus with its Temple of Apollo upon the Gulf of Argolikos and myriad islands of the Aegean sea and upon the thousands of acres ol olive groves and vineyards which cover this mountainous area Famous Gate Entrance to the citadel is by a famous gate over which are two colossal lions the earliest work of sculpture extant on Greek soil The principle of the arch and key stone had not yet been discovered in this Mycenae civilization which preceded the Golden Age ol Pericles by as much as a thous and years It was an outgrowth of the one cradled in Crete and pro vided Homer with some of his best known legends Here in Corinth I stood on the exact spot where Paul preachec his sermons to the Corinthians in the Agora marketplace of this ancient city within the shad ow of a tall mountain with im pressive fortifications still visible for 25 miles around the Gulf o Corinth The Temple of Apollo here is a bit less ambitious than the one erected to the same Goc at Delphi some 50 miles away Special Ceremony Throughout Greece on this day Orthodox Churches are partici paling in a special ceremony which involves submerging cross in some body of water Here at Corinth as we entered the city a giaijt procession was forming preparatory to the waterfron ritual a mile or so away In this is a reminder of the es sential difference between the purpose of the modern church anc the ancient temple The church of today is designed to serve the people by bringing them the stor of salvation But in those ancien days the one to Apollo here and the Parthenon in the purpose o placating a god Whether anybodj ever attended the temple after i was erected was highly second ary The 80mile ride out here from Athens this morning led througl some of the worlds most pictur esque country Im persuaded Much of the time we were sep arated from the Bay of Salamu or its parent body the Aegean Sea by no more than a pre cipitous cliff two or three hun dred feet high 3Mile Canal The threemile Corinth Canal straight as a string deep and canyonlike was chiseled out of solid rock Completed just 60 years ago it has saved thousands of vessels a full day of sailing time in getting around that his toric finger of land known as the Peloponnesus At one point along the way we saw the site of Greeces most fam ous sea battle the one won from Persias dreaded Xerxes at Sal amus Bay Within a mile of the spot where that engagement ended industrial plants today are turning out steel products oil water pipes and bauxite It is thus that modern with some good help from seeking to utilize her excess of manpower and bring a higher standard of living to the 9 million human beings who are proud to call Greece their home Expect Beck at Inquiry Subpoena Is Prepared WASHINGTON an Senate rackets investigators preparet Monday to subpoena Teamsters Union President Dave Beck ant seize his financial records unless ic agrees quickly to be cooper Beck indicated he woulc comply with their requests before being subpoenaed The teamster chief returned un heralded from Europe Sunday dodged reporters in New York refused to be interviewed in Chi cago and flew on to his home in Seattle Arriving there Beck said dont think so when he was askec by newsmen whether he wouk wait for a subpoena He said ie expected to go to Washington very Beck declined to answer any other questions Focus of Becks Teamsters Union the nations biggest has been the focus so far of a special Senate committees search for evidence of racketeering influences in labor and industry For the past two weeks the committee has received testimony that West Coast teamster officials were linked with underworld fig ures and some public office hold ers in efforts to take over vice and gambling operations in Port lajid Ore The hearings are in recess until Tuesday The committee has said it want to question Beck about charge that union funds were used t pay some of his personal bills and about the activities of some o his lieutenants Subpoena Readied Informed of Becks return Sen McClellan chairman o the rackets investigating group told a newsman I just assume he Beck will get in touch with the committee now that Other committee sources saic a subpoena was being drafted to summon Beck before the commit tee and to seize his personal fi nancial records if he does no agree within a day or two to b SMASHUP The car in which four teenage girls were injured in a wreck at the corner of 15th S E and Pennsylvania early Sunday rests on the shoulder of 15th Street The other car involved is in the GlobeGazette photo o Musser 1 T 1 IllllLU background being reached to be towed away Two boys were riding in the car in the rear and both were injured The view is toward the northwest IN WAKE OF TIDAL WAVES Quakes Continue to Shake Pacifics Northeastern Rim By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS smoke Sunday after ly The Pacifics jumpy Northeasting dormant for 200 years Offi cials said it probably had been stirred to life by Saturdayjs ern rim continued to tremble Sunday night and Monday as the result of mighty earthquakes in the Aleutian Islands Saturday The restless earth that sent tid al waves crashing into villages in Hawaii and Japan rumbled again Sunday night and Monday and the University of California seis mograph at Berkeley was still registering the shock 2Vi hours later Research Asst John Denoyer said the new quake apparently another vigorous aftershock of the Saturday temblor appeared again to be in the Aleutians Meanwhile the Coast and Geo detic Survey office in Honolulu reported that Mt Vsevidof on the Aleutian island of Unmak was Toronto Newspaper Says Cecile Dionne Plans Fall Wedding TORONTO Canada UP A Toronto newspaper Monday saic one of the Dionne quintuplets wil be married this fall The Toronto Telegram said Ce cile Dionne 22 will announce her engagement soon to a Canadian television and nevvsreel camera man Hes Philippe Langlois Que bec City a young man who helped Marie Dionne start her flower shop in business ven ture which failed But if Langlois couldnt guide Marie into a successful business venture he apparently succeeded in winning the heart of Cecile Papa and Mama Dionne already have been told the news If its all true Cecile will be the first of the famous quints to marry TIME deep ca nal three miles long and chipped out of solid rock has saved thousands of ships many days of sailing time Earl Hall points out in his travel article tremor In Hawaii where waves rang ing from three to nine feet high slammed up over the beaches Saturday along northern shores of the islands Gov Samuel Wild er King said 151 people were left homeless in two villages on Kauai while others were isolated by washed out bridges Unofficial damage estimates ranged up to two million dollars No direct loss of life was re ported because of early warnings but Paul 0 Beam veteran news man and Sarah Park Honolulu StarBulletin reporter were dead in the crash of a plane photo graphing the waves Hours after the alert had ended in Hawaii ninefoot waves crashed into fishing villages on Hokkaido northernmost ol the main Japanese islands Police reported one house washed away with others wrecked and more than 50 flooded The SVs foot wave that belated ly rolled into San Diego Bay late Saturday night yanked an 83foot boat slip from its moorings and caused damage estimated at 000 The wave piled into the bay at an estimated 28Vi miles per hour The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy Mon day night and Tuesday Colder Monday night low near 25 high Tuesday about 55 Iowa Partly cloudy Monday night and Tuesday Cooler Monday night low 25 northwest to upper 30s southeast Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average 5 to 10 degrees above normal Tuesday through Satur day Normal highs 45 north to 52 south Normal lows 25 north to 30 south It will be windj with rather frequent tempera ture changes throughout the pe riod Precipitation will average onetenth to twotenths of an inch in scattered showers Minnesota Partly cloudy slightly colder Flurries GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Monday Maximum Sunday 51 Minimum Sunday night 32 At 8 Monday 36 YEAR AGO Maximum 27 Minimum 2 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Sunday Maximum Saturday t3 Minimum Saturday night 22 At 8 Sunday 30 Radio Commentary Carried on Page 2 One Mans Earl Halls weekly radio commentary usually car ried on page 1 for this edition can be found on page 2 The feature will re turn to its customary posi tion on completion of Edi tor Halls series of articles about his world trip WHERE PAUL PREACHED TO THE CORINTHIANS Our editor is standing on the exact spot where some 19 centuries ago an apostle named Paul first brought the story of Christianity to the people of Corinth Greece His Letter to the Corin thians followed his personal evangelism There is more about this subject in Editor Halls article to the left rAll About Heavy Rains Fall in Portions of Southern Iowa Soaking rains fell in parts of southern Iowa Sunday night as shower s and thunderstorms moved into that area on the heels of a warming trend that pushed temperatures into the upper 60s and lower 70s over parts of the state Sunday The heaviest rainfall 6 TeenAgers Hurt in Accident at City Intersection Six teenage youths were listed in good condition at Mercy Hos pital Monday after being treated for injuries received in a Satur day night twocar crash at the corner of 15th and Pennsyl vania Police said a car being driven north on Pennsylvania by Theo dore Henry Arndt 19 Route 2 Crash Claims Former Mason Cityans Life Roy Hildebrand 46 former Mason City bus driver was killed Saturday in a onecar accident south oC Edgemont He had been in Casper and was believed to have been coming Mason City struck another being driven east on 15th by Linda Lou Young 16 1615 Massachu setts The accident occurred at Police said the Arndt car struck the other on the passenger side near the center of the intersec tion Spectators at the accident scene told police they saw some one throw beer cans out the win dow of Arndts car and police found one empty can under the back to Iowa after two years spent in the Wesl Mary Beth Young 15 a sister of the girl driving the castbound car was hospitalized with a se vere skull fracture Linda Joyce Pitman 16 Kcnselt a passenger in the Young car was taken to the hospital where authorities said Monday she had received a se vere concussion Beverly Diane Poole 16 Clear Lake also a passenger in the Young car received numerous jabrasions and a spinal injury Mr Hildebrand was born at The Young girl who was driv Troops Restore Order New Governor Is Appointed FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES CAIRO Egypt announced Monday it had protested to Secretary General Dag Hammar skjold the action of forces in using gunfire to break up dem onstrations by Gaza residents Hundreds of Arabs demon strated in the Gaza Strip Sunday in favor of return of an Egyp tian administration A tempo rary sponsored administra tion is being set up there follow ing Israels withdrawal last week Earlier Cairo Radio reported that violent demonstrations were continuing in Gaza demanding an Egyptian administration The radio broadcast a recording of he demonstrations in which shouts of We want Egypt and Long live Nasser hero of Arab ism were heard Governor Appointed The Emergency Force re sorted to tear gas and firing over he heads of 300 Arab demonstra ors in the Gaza Strip Sunday They tried to smash the gates of UNEF police headquarters but were finally dispersed without casualties on either side The Egyptian government Mon day appointed an administrative governor for Gaza and decided that the Egyptian administra tion will assume functions in the Gaza sector Abdel Kader Hatem director of the Egyptian information de partment said the governor had named Maj Gen Hassan Abdel to the Gaza post Refuse CoOperation Earlier Dr Ralph Bunche as sistant secretary general of the United Nations flew to the Gaza Strip Bunche accompanied by Maj Gen E L M Burns head of the Emergency Force took off early for an urgent in spection of the area where resi dents have demonstrated for five days against the UNEF Civilian authorities in the Gaza Strip also were refusing to co operate with the U N troops while demonstrators marched through the street with shouts for President Gamel Abdel Nasser and demands the Gaza Strip returned to Egyptian troops Reinbeck June 24 1910 He had lived at Emmetsburg until mov ing to Mason City about 12 years ago In Mason City he hadbeen employed by the Mason City Motor Coach the Ideal Sand Gravel the Automatic Washer Yellow Cab the Mercy Hospital and was a mechanic at Harold Motors ing tiie car was treated for minor injuries and released She was re turned to the hospital later in the afternoon and was held there for observation A passenger in the Anidt car Martin Francis Hughes 19 YMCA eceived H laceration of the scalp Arndt was taken to he police inches was reported at Oska loosa Ottumwa had 76 of an inch Lamoni 74 Knoxviilr 64 Davenport 44 Des Moines JO Cedar Rapids and Burlington 07 of an inch The showers anc thunderstorms were expected to end during the day Monday The mercury soared to 72 de grees at Red Oak Sunday after noon and Council Bluffs had a high of 70 Mason Citys high was 51 The springlike weather brought an influx of visitors to the west ern border of the state to view the annual spring migratory flight of ducks and geese up the Missouri River bottomlands 300 Ballots Cast in City School Voting Mason City School District resi dents with five hours yet to vote in the school election had cast 380 votes at the citys eight polling places Surviving arc four children to lhc where he was The 2 vote was heavier Robert 12 Royann 11 for a heacl mJlllv and clrijthan the total vote cast in last 10 and Steven 8 all of Mason City a stepdaughter Mrs Clar ence Grant 1007 Jackson and four grandchildren Seven brothers and sisters also survive Mrs Pete Salisbury and Mrs Henry DePuc Emmelsburg Mrs Dale C u b e r t s o n Des He had been working as afLcr checked at the crane operator in Casper hospital He later was taken back Marion Youth Dies in OneCar Crash ANAMOSA Wagner 18 Marion was killed early Sunday in a onecar accident three miles west of here on High way 151 Two companions Milo Melvin Letts 20 and Donald Sick les 17 both of Manchester were hospitalized at Anamosa Authorities said the car missed a curve hit an embankment and hit a pole The three youths all were thrown out of the car which was owned by Wagner 1 Hildebrand ly Maurice Hildebrand state of Washington Elmer Hildebrand Emmelsburg and Glenn Hilde brand Algona Funeral arrangements are in complete but services may be held at Ernmetsburg The body is at Edgemont APPEAL TO RUSSIA TOKYO UP The Japanese Foreign Office announced Mon day it had appealed to the Soviet Union to suspend all further nu clear tests SAME Black llaf means I radio doth In pail 14 honrt for observation The impact ol the collision threw the Young car 60 tect east of the intersection and the Arndt car came to rest 54 feet north of the corner Both cars were demolished years school election That total was 264 The 2 count last year was only 53 The voting Monday is for elec tion of two school board mem bers and a treasurer Mason City ans also are voting on two special propositions which apparently have stirred voter interest Running unopposed for the board positions are Mrs L W Swanson and Leo H Benson Bernard Z Miller is unopposed inominee to fill the unexpired WATERLOO of R E wiley who resigned L Cox 47 died in a hospital Sunjas treasurer day of burns suffered in a fire One of the special proposals Waterloo Blaze Takes 2 Lives which swept through her house killing her husband Fireman found her husband in the bedroom of the home after the flames were extinguished Mrs Cox was found in the front yard of the house by firemen when they arrived They said she apparently had battered her way through a window to escape She being voted on is a bond issue to finance additional build ing at Grant School The other special issue asks approval of a mill tax levy for a schoolhouse building fund Voting places and the votes cast at each by 2 are School Ad ministration Building 25 Mason City Waterworks 44 Courthouse her suffered second 52 McKinley School 28 City Hall 91 Roosevelt Junior High School 57 S and R Chevrolet Ga rage 62 and Madison School 22 Voting ends at 7 degree burns and cuts on hands 10 PER CENT PROTECTED NEW YORK The National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis said Monday that only 10 per cent of the nations under40 population had received a full series of Salk vaccine shcte I 3 DIE IN CRASH WETHERSFIELD England fl U S Air Force jet planes collided in flight near here Mon day Three were killed   

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