Mason City Globe Gazette, April 8, 1957

Mason City Globe Gazette

April 08, 1957

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 8, 1957, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NEWSFAPIR THAT MA Kit ALL NORTH 10 WANS N I I G H I O ft S HOME EDITION VOL LXIIl AuoeUted Preu United Preu Full Seven Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY APRIL I 1W7 This of Two Ne 154 2 Mason Cityans Killed in Accidents One Mans Opinion A Radio Cemmtntary By W EARL HALL GlobeGaxette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGJLU 1300 ilft SumU WTAD Qulncy t30 Sunda WOI Ames S40 Thuridt WSUL U City 910 How Stands in Our World hear some people tell it you 1 might get the idea that Uncl Sam is without a single friend in this old world of ours On th basis of a visit to 30 differen countries in the past six months Im ready to set that view down as utterly false Its as mistaken as it is melancholy As a matter of fact it comes pretty close to being 180 degrees wide of the mark Never within my memory and I question whether within the history of our republic has the United States had as many nations definitely on her side as at this moment Lets examine the situation for a few minutes First lets deal with and dispose of our enemies These naturally include the Communist orbit with the Kremlin calling the tune for Russia and her satellites But lets stop long enough to define terms Our reference it should be under stood is to the government no to the people of these Commu nistenslaved nations No one impression gained by me during my January visit to Russias three largest cities Mos cow Leningrad and Kiev was more sharply drawn and unqual ified than that the Kremlins 40 year campaign of hate against America has missed its target Not one slight sign of unfriendli ness toward Americans did I de tect during my time in Russia Technique Fails If of the Russian people there would seernttobe no reason in logic for a differem attitude toward America a n c Americans on the part of rank and file citizens in China or other Iron Curtains countries The big lie technique originated by Hitler and modified by the Kremlin i still a long way from perfect in its operation Im fully convinced Next we move on to Britain anc France It would be ridiculous to contend that our popularity in those countries hasnt undergone a severe deflation in the past sev en or eight months The reasons for the rift between us and our historic allies arent hard to find The precipitating force oi course was the Suez Canal crisis of last autumn when the British and French took military action without so much as consulting the United States But there were un derlying factors and considera tions which went considerably deeper than Suez or Nasser or Israeli The Frtnch Mess in Asia In the case of France there was a growing dissatisfaction on the part of our State Department with the kind of colonialism which led to Frances expulsion from southeastern Asia and which has led to an impossible situation in North Africa We didnt like to be associated with such a messy af fair When I was in North Africa a half dozen years ago on a fact finding mission I foresaw precise ly what is happening in that part of the world at the present time And I dont even pretend to be a prophet At that time Americans in our diplomatic corps were hav ing to walk a razor thin line On the one hand they were hav ing to avoid involvement in the difficulties in such a way as to make our country seem disloyal to an old and appreciated ally France has been at our side in four At the same time we didnt want to give the appear ance of approving an impressed colonialism for the North Africans while we were voluntarily grant ing independence to the Filipinos Repetition of Asia Story All in all the wonder is that the troubles in North Africa didnt come to a head long before they did Contained steam has an enormous explosive force It doesnt require any powers of prophecy to foretell ultimate de feat for France in North Africa The Asia story is on the way to being repeated The explanation of the Anglo American rift isnt this short and simple It involves an assortment i CONTINUID ON PAGE 2 Emit Rosenau Jerry Allstot Are Victims Two Mason Cityans died over the weekend in high way accidents one early Sunday in a collision of three ars and a truck on Highway 18 two miles east of Mason 3ity A crash near Rachal Saturday claimed the ife of a Mason City sailor stationed at Kingsville Naval Air Station Tex Accident victims were Emil A Rosenau 48 416 12th N W and Jerry Allstot 23 Allstot and another sailor were killed Saturday when their con MULTIPLE CRASH This was the scene early Sunday two miles east of Mason City when a series of collisions led to the death of Emil A Rosenau 48 Mason City and driver of the truck The first crash occurred when the truck struck the car to the right that had stopped GlobeGazette photo by Musser on the side of the highway The truck then was spun farther down the road when the car to the left rammed it and pinned Rosenau under neath Clearance of Suez Canal Is Completed CAIRO salvage crews Monday completed clearance of the Suez Canal by lifting and haul ing away the sunken Egyptian freighter Abukir The Abukir last major block in the 103 mile waterway was towed to a dumping grqund in the Bitter Lakes north of Suez Re moval of the freighter opens the canal to ships up to provided the Egyptian govern ment gives a go ahead Before re moval only ships of under tons could go through Send Word Lt Gen Raymond A Wheeler chief of the clearance operation s expected to send word to Secretary General Dag Hammar skjold who will notify the Gener al Assembly The 81nation As sembly authorized the canal clearance after the ceasefire which halted the BritishFrench fsraeli invasion of Egypt last fall The Abukir a warship Egypt obtained from Britain after World War II was sunk in the channel near the southern end of he canal Some Work Remains Gen Wheelers team still has some work to do on one wreck outside the channel and additional on lighting communica tions and navigational aids But lifting of the Abukir means he canal channel is physically clear for all shipping for the first time in more than five months The formal announce ment of the opening is up to gyptian authorities Wields Shotgun to Defend Trees on His Property EMMETSBURG UP The nine rees on Leslie A Prichards lome property abutting Highway 8 won a reprieve by agreement Monday Prichard a former Palo Alto Jounty attorney responding to a all from his wife raced from iff ice to home picked up his hotgun and told assembled workmen on a road widening project to stop They had dug around one tree preparatory to pulling it down by using a bull dozer Mayor C A Dinges hurried to he Prichard home and arranged or a truce The workmen would quit there for the day while Tichard sought an injunction The lawyer said he had told lighway officials before a widen ng project got under way that hey couldnt take his nine hand ome American elm trees with ut condemning the property in egal manner He laughed when he was asked bout carrying his shotgun You an be sure it wasnt pointed Prichard laid 1 FROM DEATH TO LIFE TERM Gevi Her schel Loveless Mtiriday commuted the sentence of Warren Jack Nut ter 19 from death to life im prisonment stating that a life sentence would in some respects constitute a more serious penalty than immediate release through Nutter a Freeport youth had been sentenced to die on the Senate Kills Preparatory Course Bill DBS MOINES Iowa Senate Monday killed 2621 a bil which would require high schoo students to take a college prepar f atory course gallows for the fatal shooting of life imprisonment was The action came two weeks aft Harold Pearce Independence poly after full and careful Governor Commutes Nutters Sentence licenian in an escape attempt a year ago The Iowa Supreme Court up held the sentence imposed by Dis trict Judge Shannon B Charlton and only last Friday refused a re hearing on its decision Loveless said that the decision to commute the death sentence to About The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy to clear and continued cold through Tuesday High Tuesday in low 40s Low Monday night 1823 Iowa Partly cloudy with snow flurries extreme east Monday night and extreme northeast Tuesday Low Monday night 18 28 FiveDay Iowa Temperatures through Saturday will average 5 to 10 normal east and 3 to 8 degrees below normal west No important temperature trend is indicated Normal highs range from 58 north to 62 south Normal lows range from 33 north to 38 south Precipitation will average one fourth inch to 35hundredths of an inch occurring as rain or snow about Thursday and Fri day Minnesota Partly cloudy colder Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 Monday Maximum Sunday 48 Minimum Sunday night 26 At 8 Monday 32 YEAR AGO Maximum 31 Minimum 21 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Sunday Maximum Saturday 47 Minimum Saturday night 30 At 8 Sunday 35 Derailment Blocks Rock Island Route CENTERVILLE W The main ine of the Rock Island Railroads Davenport to Kansas City route was blocked Monday by wreckage of the collision of a Burlington Railroad local freight and a Rock Island fast freight The engineer and fireman on the Burlington train were reported injured A Rock Island official said 10 cars of the Rock Island freight were derailed and the loco motive and two cars of the Bur lington train left the tracks tation JACK NUTTER BlizzardPlagued Plains Section Breathing Easier By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Snowplagued sections of the Great Plains just east of the Con tinental Divide breathed easier Monday as another batch of vio lent spring weather shouldered in to states to the east and south Cold air which dumped as much as a foot and a of snow in Colorado spread across a vast area Its collisions with warm moist currents prompted precau tions against tornadoes or severe thunderstorms in a wide sector from east Texas to Tennessee This third major unseasonable storm so far had not caused the loss of human life or livestock laid to others which developed the two preceding weekends The snow then accompanied by brisk winds closed several main highways Saturday in Wyoming It measured up to 13 inches at Lander on the east face of the Rockies By Sunday the storm had fanned across eastern Colorado burying Colorado Springs in 18 inches of snow and into western Kansas and north eastern NewMexico At the same time blowing dust hampered travel in eastern New Mexico ation of the He told newsmen he had ar rived at his decision quite a while but that he had de layed announcing it until he re ceived a copy of the Supreme Court order denying a rehearing He said he received the papers from the Supreme Court about Monday Within a matter of days after taking office as governor I re quested transcripts of the entire case and reviewed it Loveless said Following this review I re quested the drafting of the neces sary papers to effect the commu Basic Responsibility This change in the governor continued is not in any way to be interpreted as condon ing the wanton taking of human life The youth of Nutter as well as the family history and back jround indicate that there is a basic responsibility beyond that of the individual A sentence of ife imprisonment for one so young will in some respects con stitute a more serious penalty than immediate release through Final Judgment The governor said that the fi nal judgment of Nutter rests with a much higher authority than He added A review of other murder cases in the states records re veals the imposition of the life imprisonment sentence for crimes of murder with even more pre meditation and equal or more de plorable brutality than in the Nut er Pearce a 52yearold Indepen dence patrolman was slain Jan 5 1956 after Nutter and four companions were arrested for a routine check of their car It de veloped they had been involved n a filling station holdup a short ime earlier Nutter will not be formally no ified of the commutation until official papers arrived at tfte prison Tuesday but word of the action spread through the Fort Madison state prison grapevine ike wildffie It was all over the rison within a matter of sec Warden Percy A Lainson said CARDINAL DIES MADRID UPi Pedro Cardinal Segura y Saenz long a storm center In the Roman Catholic Uhurch and former primate of Spain died Monday after a long ill the bill originally passed the Senate A motion to reconsider the vote was filed the next day after protests from school offici als The school officials said the re quirements were too strict and would take time needed for voca tional training who did riot plan a college education The bill would have required al high school students to take four semesters of mathematics and science of English and two semesters of foreign Ian guage and history The Senate passed 416 a House bill to permit the State Board o Control to hire qualified persons other than doctors as superin tendents at the Woodward and Glenwood State schools 4Year Gas Tax Continuance OKd DBS MOINES Legisla tive conference committee Mon day recommended the 6 cent a gallon state gas tax be continued for four years The recommendation came from the eight member conference committee of the House and Senate The Senate earlier approvec the 6cent rale for another four years The House went on rec ord in favor of a twoyear exten sion on grounds the Iowa High way Commission could not plan farther ahead because of a lack of personnel ALICE ROME DIES NEW YORK Rohe wellknown newspaper and mag azine writer died Sunday after a brief illness Four Others Lose Lives on Highways Toll for Year Reaches 147 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Beside a fatal crash near Ma son City other smashups o state roads over the weekend too four lives The dead are Virgil Lang 22 Sioux City Robert Barry 18 Peoria 111 Arthur Folkers 56 Faulkner ant James Bostic 24 Davenport Lang was killed early Sunday in Sioux City when a car in which he and five others were riding hi the rear of a parked truck Langs wife Janice 21 and Howarc Kieinberg 30 of Omaha owner of the car were reported in criti cal condition at a Sioux City hos pital Forced to Side Herman Thomas 21 South Sioux City of thi car and Kleinbergs wife Fran ces 26 were hospitalized ThomaL told police an approaching car forced him to the side of the road Barry was killed late Saturday when a car in which he was rid ing with David Matronga 21 also of Peoria struck a Dav enport Matronga was taken to a hospital in critical condition Tractor Overturns Earlier Saturday Folkers was killed when his tractor over turned near his farm home Bostic was killed Sunday when the car in which he was riding struck a power pole near Gales burg 111 Curtis Jenkins 25 Dav enport driver of the car and two other Quad City men were in jured The accidents pushed the states toll for the year to 147 Air France Crash Claims 32 Lives PARIS fully loaded regularly scheduled Air France twinengine DCS airliner crashed on takeoff at Biskra Algeria Monday Air France officials an nounced The 32 persons on board SAME Black Hug traffic deatb in past 24 hours JERRY ALLSTOT EMIL ROSENAU vertible and a trailertruck col lided It was reported earlier that the second sailor in Allstots car Clarence Greggory 19 also was a Mason Cityan But a check with the chief of personnel at the naval station revealed that his uome was Merkel Tex In Convertible State patrolmen said the con vertible was headed north when it collided with the left front of the trailertruck The truck driv er was slightly injured Allstot was the son of Mr and Mrs Leo E Allstot 415 Pennsyl vania The elder Allstot was a former Mason City chief of police Mr and Mrs Allstot vacation ing at St Petersburg left for Texas Sunday morning after being notified of the accident Young Allstots wife the former Marcia Hansen is living in Kings ville Allstot a former athlete at Ma son City High School and Junior College entered service Nov 1 1955 He had been employed before entering the service Nov 1 1955 Rites Incomplete Funeral arrangements for All stot were incomplete Rosenau died following a of crashes on Highway 18 shortly after midnight Saturday Three other persons were hospitalized Mercy Hosptial officials reported Russell Jones 26 Rudd and Er nest A Vetter 25 Rudd as in good condition Rowana Rosenau 10 was re leased Sunday after being held overnight for observation County Coroner J E Chris topherson said Rosenau died of a crushed chest Flat Tire According to highway patrol men Harold Pint 924 Polk was going west on Highway 18 when he had a flat tire Pint old patrolmen he pulled his car over to the side of the highway with his two right tires on the shoulder though patrolmen failed to find tire marks on the shoul der to support his statement Edwin L Marxen 923 Polk N a friend of Pints pulled up jehind him and got out to help him change the tire Rosenau then came along in aa empty stock truck He too was leaded west on the highway The ruck struck Marxens car shov ng it into Pints Pints car went nto the north ditch and Marxens was pushed into the south ditch The truck came to rest sitting on he back of the Marxen car The rear of the truck protruded on o the highway PirtOut Flares Pint then started lo put out lares He told patrolmen he put out east of the accident scene and was walking up the highway o the west with his flashlight when he saw another car ap Droaching at high He said he waved his flashlight t the car but it did not reduce Is speed and in passing him rashed into the rear of the truck The truck spun half way around impact and tipped over pin ning Rosenau under the rear cor ler Pint told patrolmen Highway patrolmen said skid marks from the car measured 20 eet The truck was pushed 34 eet farther down the highway Driven By Vetter The car was driven by Vetler vith Jones as a passenger Both ilong with Rosenaus daughter were taken to Mercy Hospital by Inells Ambulance Rosenau was a lifelong resident f the community He was born Feb 12 1909 at Clear Lake soa f Charles and Maud Temby Rosenau He was married to Adelheid Schichczin June 5 1951 n Mason City He attended Beth ehem Lutheran Church Surviving are his wife two aughters Ramona Estelle and Uaudie Marie Rosenau at brother fired Rosenau New r ;

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