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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 22, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T HE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME VOL LXIM Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY APRIL 22 1957 This Papci Consists ot Two One No 164 3 North lowans Among Crash Victims Liberation of Captive Nations Is U S Goal One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE Sunday WTAD Qumcy 930 Sunday WOI Ames Thursday WSUL la City 910 Saturday A Look at Tom Life Runyo ns news out of Fort Madison about Tom Runyons death had special meaning for me For one thing it reminded me of what an insufferable procraslinator I can be To his repeated invita tions Drop in and see me some I always responded Ill do it the very next time Im in your part of the I really meant I never got around to it In the dozen years since my correspondence acquaintanceship with this bestknown convict of our time I would guess that Ive had from him a sheaf of cori respondence bulky enough to make a second bocjk a companion NATHAN KATZ Nathan Katz Businessman Here Dies Nathan Katz 67 154 Crescent Drive a long time Mason Citvl hal Sovlct have businessman died Sunday morn ing in a Mason City hospital Mr Editors Hear Major Talk by Dulles Russ Threats Are Debunked NEW YORK liP Secretary of Slate Dulles bluntly told Russia Monday that the United States seeks the liberation of the cap tive He said the pressures of liber ty are rising within the Soviet bloc In an address delivered at the annual Associated Press lunch eon Dulics also appealed to Con gress and the American people to preserve the administrations for eign military and economic aid programs against those with a zeal to He evidently referred to some members of Congress also expressed confidenccl such as recently been directed volume for his beautifully told Katz operated the Katz Cleaners slorv In for Tailors and Shirt Laundry at 27 f C So mingled with my SI over his premature death he was Mr Katz was born AuS 14 28 1913 only 51 years old was this pang of regret over having never met him in person with full blame for this on me Quite obviously it couldnt be a twoway street it wasnt in the cards for him to come to me Over the last 20 years of hisjPaul against Allied nations in Europe because of their membership in the Allanlic Alliance will nol disintegrate the collective de fense systems of the free world Ikes Approval Dulles address had the full ad married to Ethel Senensky approval of President Ei 1887 in Russia the son of and Mrs Israel Katz He wasj Isenhower who read it in advance Mr Kalz is survived by his at his Augusta vacation wife a son George of Press Secretary and three daughters MrsjJames C Hagerty said Eisenhow remarkable life Tom Runyon has done a rather exceptional job of telling Jiis own story In his book an autobiography probed his own mind and conscience with an uncommon completeness and candor Distinguished Magazine Before and since the writing of that story too Runyon revealed himself in Presidio the prison magazine over which he pre Mrs Sarah Wohl Milwaukee Sydney Lillian Reuben Forest City and Mrs Charles Racha Marks Mason City Also surviving are Iwo broth ers at St Paul Abe and Isador and two sisters in Los Angeles Mrs Freda Heller and Celia Goran After family prayer services Sunday afternoon at the Patter sonJames Chapel conducted by Rabbi Henry Ucko The body was lakcn lo St Paul Funeral ser vices will be held there at 1 Tuesday at the Aaron Funeral Chapel Burial will be in the Chcscd Shel Ernes Society Cem etery at St Paul Mr Katz first opened a tailor shop in Mason City in 1917 Pie came to America in 1911 and be fdT e coming to Mason City had headed a tailoring department in a St Paul clothing store Before coming to America he had worked with his father in the clothing business and for a time was a designer for a firm in Paris sided as editor To him should go major credil for having put lhat publication in a class by itself No other prison magazine in America even approaches it in literary or typographical excel lence But the whole story with its overtones has not yet been told Somebody with a comprehension of abnormal psychology must be summoned to the task How one with whatever it lakes to murder and steal could call up such a sensitivity as was reflected in some of his writing needs to be dealt with by some qualified authority The one person best equipped to do this because he would have such a head start on the assign ment would be Erie Stanley Gardner known to millions of Americans as the writer of mys tery stories That probably will be his claim to lasting fame all though not necessarily His grasp of the subject of penology and prison reform give him a dual distinction Did He Rate a Parole After it had been decided if decided it could be what counted for this unbelievable con tradiction in the makeup of Tom Runyon another question equally formidable would present itself bodily injury Its Ihis James Jiminez James Jiminez Sentenced to Year in Prison District Judge Tom Boynton Monday sentenced James Allen Jiminez to a prison term of up to one year to be served at the State Penitentiary at Fort Madi son The sentence was recom mended by County Atty William er also had discussed it by tele phone wilh Dulles The address was Dulles firsl major review of foreign poli cy since lasl fall and also his first speech of Eisenhowers sec ond term Mrs Dulles said the queslion of how the United States should deal with Communist despotism is not an easy one to answer He declared the United Stales had sel an ex ample to stimulate forces for free dom Ihroughout Ihe world and he assured Soviet satellite countries that we shall never make a po litical selllement at their ex Encourage Evolution He ruled out action by the Unit ed Slates to incite violent re volt and called instead for meas ures to encourage an evolution lo To Russia he had this to say Let HE also make apparent to the Soviet rulers our real purpose We condemn and oppose their im perialism We seek the liberation of the captive nations We seek this however nol in order to encircle Russia with hos tile forces but because peace is in jeopardy and freedom a word of mockery until the divided na tions arc reunited and the captive nations are set Other Points Kensett Accident Claims 2 Weekend Toil Reaches 5 Three North lowans were among five killed in auto acci dents over the weekend four of them on Easter Sunday The victims were Lyle S Brones 53 Joice a livestock buyer Louie T Grosland 46 a farmer of near Northwood George Kreips 28 Sexton Mrs George Porter 65 Fort Dodge Charles Parkis 32 Omaha DRIVE ENDS Asks Interim Study on Redistricting DES MOINES in terim committee to study re apportionment of the Iowa Leg islature was proposed Monday in the Iowa Senate Sen Duane Dcwel RAlgouat suggested a 10man committee which would study various re apportionment proposals and come up with a plan before the Legislature meets again in 1959 Dewel said the committee plan was proposed because the current session of the Legisla ture hasnt had time to work out a just and fair plan for re apportionment A resolution to sel up the com mittee would give Lt Gov Brones and Grosland were ham Nicholas Mason CMy and outnght when their cars House Speaker William L mlHHoH a Mooty R G r u n d y Center authority to appoint five mem bers each The resolution apparently marked the end of the drive for rcaportionment by the 1957 Legislature The House has THE BONNETS THE THING AP Wirephoto Angelm Tankerslay Miami appears to be more concerned about getting a picture of her Easter bonnet than the attention of the gentlemen on her left The twin boys attending the annual Twin Easter Parade at Miami are Gary and Barry Faske Jordan Accuses Foreign Elements of Interference passed a reapporlionment bill sponsored by Rep H c n r y Stevens but it is the same plan the Senate has turned down twice previously FastTime in Minnesota Is Certainty ST PAUL The Senate Rules Committee Monday gave unanimous approval lo modified version of the Houscap proved statewide daylight savings jtime bill The new version gives the collided at a countV road inter section six miles west of Kensett about Sunday Missed Sign Highway patrolman Vern Jack ley said Grosland apparently missed the stop sign on the road running north and south He was driving north and Brones was headed east Funeral arrangements are in complete for Brones at the Ander son Funeral Home JLake Mills and for Grosland at the Conner Funeral Home Northwood Grosland a bachelor was son of Mr and Mrs Grosland Mrs Brones who was riding with her husband was injured in the crash She was taken to a Mason City hospital where phy sicians reported her condition as good Alone in Car Kvieps was killed at 10 iay gaveiylinciay w a slightly the McGre his car went off McGregor Street road a mile and a half east of Algona bounced over a ditch and landed in an field He was alone in the AMMAN Jordan Jordans foreign minister accused certain foreign diplomatic missions Mon day of interfering in the troubled kingdoms internal affairs There have been demands from leftists for the expulsion of the am bassador In neighboring Israel the for eign Ministry said it received in telligence reports that Syri an troops have crossed into Jor dan to reinforce the Syrian garrison already there The Israeli spokesman said 000 Iraqi moved to the bor der of the crisistorn Arab conn Woman Burned in Flash Fire Is Recovering try presumably on orders from As to Eisenhowers suggestion Iraqs King Faisal II to assist hisjthat the Arabs band together to young cousin King Hussein of resist Communist encroachment Listccl in good condition Monday was Barbara Decker 19 10301 16th who received burns on her arms and legs Sundav after Jordan The Egyptian Middle East news agency said the Iraqi forces also crossed into Jordan and camped near El Mafraq where the Syrian troops are located The agency said Syrian President Shukri Ku vvatly phoned King Hussein ask ing him to try to avoid a clash between the Iraqi and Syrian troops There was no confirma tion of this report Intention Reiterated Foreign Minister Suleiman Na bulsi reiterated Jordans intention to eslablish diplomalic relations with Russia saying Why should we fear Soviet dip lomats more than others I might state here that I have noted oilier diplomatic missions already intor jfering in our internal Nabulsi who resigned as prime the foreign minister said We are against communism because it is against Arab nation alism If I fight communism 1 do so for the sake of Arabs not for the sake of the United Stales or any other Nabulsi did not name the coun tries whose diplomats interfered in Jordans affairs Last Friday a leftist group attempted to cir culate a petition demanding ex pulsion of Ambassador Les ter D Mallory Police confiscated the petition govfcar and there were no witnesses ernor the power to scl the dates Funeral services for Krieps lor statewide daylight savings to were tentatively set for Wednes conform with the rest of the najday at the Hamilton Funeral lion The bill may be up for final Senate action later Monday If approved it would go back to the House for concurrence with the amendment One L Ander son St Paul says he is sure that the bill will be passed and the governor will order daylight savings for the state beginning same clay it becomes effective in much of the nation Home Algona Mrs Porter widow of a former Webster County deputy auditor had taken a neighbor girl Rhon da Buck 7 for a ride and the car went out of control on a grav el road north of Fort Dodge She was found in the car in a ditch along Ihe road and was dead on arrival at a hospital Rhonda injured in the crash had climbed out of Ihe car and walked dazedly along the road away from Four Airmen Die in Flying Boxcar Crash TOKYO Air Force 119 Flying Boxcar on Northern Kyushu Islam Another new amendment would The child was Picked P make il effective only for two A years A rural senator John Zwach Walnut Grove says he is P Mr and Mrs Eldridge Harris Fort Dodge and was taken to a nol completely sold on daylight savings and that it should be tried out for two years to sco how it works out INJURED SLIGHTLY Dulles also made these otherjnoon in a flash fire major points 1 Inlernational communism is on the prowl to capture Ihose na tions whose leaders that new ly acquired soverign rights have to be flouting other independent Dulles did A trial jury Friday found Jimiinot mention any country in this ncz guilty of assaulting connection but he is known to feel John with intent to inflict greatithat that in its handling of Ihc Suexjhome of Mr and Mrs C Canal issue Egypt has disrcgarclJFransen Mrs Deckers j had admitted cd the rights of other countries Was Tom Runyon truly his father with a pocket which rely on Ihe use of Ihe canal habilitated and prepared to takeknife Jan 12 at the family home 2 The chief deterrent to Soviet his place in a free society amonglbut said lhat father had I aggression is Ihe mobile retalia his fellow men threatened to kill him John Jimjtory power of the United Stales For Eric Stanley Gardner this inez had been armed with knives j but this country also needs stronq might prove even more difficult at the time witnesses said andallics Mrs Decker was burned Ma son City firemen said when tur pentine spilled on a garage floor was ignited by a water healer Mrs Decker was cleaning up the spilled fluid after il had been upset by her daughter Denise Bryant 2 The accident occurred a the Clarence minister 12 days ago at the a1 four mcn aboard mand of King Hussein insisted that the policy of the new govern ment under Premier Hussein Khalidi would not change from that of preceding one He seemed surprised that anyone should think it strange the gov ernment still planned to exchange diplomats with Moscow It had been generally believed Nabulsis I approaches to the Soviet Union with whom she lives Firemen said the flash blaze that injured Mrs Docker was extinguished and did to the were one of the reasons for dismissal Envoy Invited Both Nabulsi and Premier Kha said the Jordan government li e I i c o p t e r searching for the wreckage also crashed in the rain injuring three Americans aboard LAS VEGAS Nov Singer suffered slight leg Parkis was killed Saturday night in a cartruck collision 10 miles cast of Oakland on High wav fi rAll About and neck injuries when his car got into the middle of a threeway Easter Sunday collision on Las Vegas hotel strip 2 Tax Governor Reiterates than the explanation of how one James stated he was acting in could write like an ange and beself defense have under other circumstances tike old Satan himself Gardner was fully persuaded that there had been ample rehabilitation and it would have been hard for him to rcapproach the matter ob jectively A fact about Runyon that simply cant be overlooked in a psy chological study of his case is that the murder of a North Iowa farmer enroute to an early Sun day morning mass was committed by a man 30 years old or there abouts The misdeed cannot be charged to youthful irrespons ibility Fourteen years ago when he had reached the age of 35 and after he had established himself CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 Plane Lands Safely Despite Wing Damage PHOENIX Am iff A twinen gine Frontier Airlines plane land ed safely Sunday with about 10 feet of its left wing sheared off raising the question of whether it actually could have scraped against the ground while in flight The DCS was caught in a severe downdraft about 50 miles north of Phoenix but pilot Dale Welling applied full throttle and pulled out after the plane plummeted an es timated feet He brought in 23 scared passengers and the oth er two crewmen for a perfect landing after a jittery half hour aloft 3 The administrations policies governing promotion of interna tional Iradc and ccomonic assist ance lo foreign countries are vital to strenglhen those countries against Communist pressures and to secure their belief in the bless ings of SAME Black flat means irafrio death In pul 21 hours jured Mrs Docker iain ine Joraan governmentschcl said Monday Iheisitlerations ished before they 1Ilvited President Eiscnhow state can get the revenues it First the sales tax be d practically no sPccial pneeds for the next two years withheavilv on those individi garage Richards last Icbruary lo continuing the extra naif cent able to lowo lo Amman to explain the EiscnI0f SHies lax beyond July 1 groups taxpavers with 1 Amendment Removed From Welfare Bill DES MOINES The House removed a controversial amend ment from the Senate bill to ap propriate funds for the State Board of Social Welfare and sent the measure to the governor Mon day by a vote of 1010 The amendment was by Rep Jack Schroeder RDavenport and provided for withholding aid to dependent children ADC funds from any family where the moth er or guardian used some of the money for purchase of cigarettes beer or liquor After adoption of the amendment by the Senate the federal government said that un less the amendment were re moved it would jeoparclixe federal aid for the program ax bears in ore individuals least lo Amman to explain the EiscnI0f sales tax beyond July ThT hower doctrine for the Middle Thp govornor and o Id thins as statement which he called a prejPensions and savings NabuLsi said no further invitajview of my veto Second the sales tax consii tion was necessary American of ficials however have taken the line that a definite bid has not been extended and Richards still is awaiting a proper invitation Nabuisi said Jordan would re ject any conditions attached to any aid whether under Ihc Eisenhower doctrine or otherwise Sports Bulletin NEW YORK govern ment proposed dissolution Mon day of the International Boxing Club promoter of championship and major television fights on the grounds that the IBC seeking monopoly His action underlined his appartutes a competitive disadvantage cnt intention of vetoing any reve nue bill which continues the sales lax at per cent He has said repeatedly he wants the sales tax lo drop back lo two per cent Gives Reasons for Iowa merchants located near Ihe borders of Nebraska Minne sota and Wisconsin states in which no sales taxes arc im Return to 2 Per Cent The governor said that all rca lax bill which continues the sales lax at per cent for two more years The governor declared enough could be obtained without y 11 II ML Loveless statement gave hisSOnablc needs of the state could reasons for opposing thr Senate hc met without any major new and at the same time the sales lax rate could be allowed to return to the rate of two per cent In he House meantime Rep Robert Carson Republican floor texlondinR the present sales tax said the Senates lax bill probably would be sent to he rale and without any general in dividual income tax increase The his opposition to governor continuin House calendar by Committee Tuesday probably will be considered late The Weather Mason City Considerable cloud iness through Tuesday chance of a shower or thunder shower Monday night but more definitely Tuesday Low Mon day night 5055 High Tuesday 6570 Iowa Mostly cloudy with show and scattered thunder storms west Monday night overspreading the tate Tues day Low Monday night in 50s Little change in temperature Tuesday FiveDay Iowa Temperatures will average three to seven de grees below normal Tuesday through Saturday Normal highs 61 north to 65 south Normal lows 38 north to 44 south No important day to day tempera ture changes nrt indicated Precipitation will average one fourth to onehalf inch occur ing as showers and thunder storms during the middle of the week Minnesota Showers warm Globe wcalher data up to 8 Monday Maximum Sunday 68 Minimum Sunday night 43 At 8 Monday 48 YEAR AGO Maximum fin Minimum 33 weather data up the Sifting to 8 Sunday He said it Maximum Saturday the extra half centiTuesday or Wednesday Minimum Saturday night At 8 Sunday 3R ci   

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