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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 18, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NIWSFAMr THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NElttHB 0 R S HOME iPITtQlN VOL LXIV United Pres Full UIM Svea Cenu COPT MASON CITY tOWA MONDAY NOVEMBER M 19S7 Consists Two OM No 34 Crash Near Hampton Takes 4 Lives 6Inch Snow Terrible Blow to Farmers One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO 1300 pB SuilJ WOI Ames 6tO pm Thursday WTAD Quincy 930 pm Thursday WSUI U Cltj D10 pm Sijurda Turks Dont Scare Easy TF the Kremlins policy in the Middle East is predicated on an assumption that Turkey will cave in under the tension of a war of nerves it is going to be mighty disappointed with results A Turk the modern Turk that is just doesnt scare easy This was the overriding im pression I gained a half dozen years ago on a factfinding mis sion that look me into Turkey and Ive never had occasion to modify it even slightly Within the year Ive been back in Istan bul What was true on my pre vious visit there seemed truer still today Communist pressure is old stuff to the Turks Maybe they should be but as a matter of unques tionable fact they arent even slightly afraid of the Russian bear when it stands up on its hind legs and growls its loudest That amazing character in modern Turkey Mustapha Kemal Pasha implanted in the Turk a fullflowered conviction that one Turk with bayonet or even bare hands is more than a match for two Russians with ma chine guns I myself dont think thats true But aridthis is what counts the Turks do A TrumpedUp Story For weeks the Kremlin has been warning Turkey to leave Syria alone In an interview in the New York Times James Reston bet ter known to the profession as Scotty Reston found Khrush chev more violent on the sub ject of Turkey than on anything else He came back time and again to the charge that the Turks were being egged on by the United States Actually of course there wasnt even a particle of evi dence that Turkey had any de signs on what used to be its ter ritory in Asia Minor Quite ob viously the charge was rigged up to put a wedge between the Turks and the Arab world For cen turies theyve been somewhat held together by a common re ligion Mohammedanism If the Turks were of the nerv ous type they could well run a fever in contemplation of their vulnerability to Russian attack Along Turkeys extended northern boundary lie Russia itself the Russiancontrolled Black Sea and Russiandominated Bulgaria To the south lies Syria openly pro Soviet All of this adds up to what might be called a geographical vise Truman Doctrine Born The Kremlins pressure on Tur key began a dozen years ago It took the form of a territorial de mand and Greece was caught in the Thais when what come to be known as the Truman Doctrine came into be ing Both countries were given economic and military help and the Commies moved back from whence they had cofhe In 1952 Turkey joined the North Atlantic Treaty Organization bet ter known as NATO and in 1955 joined with Iraq in a mutual de fense arrangement which subse quently was expanded into the much publicized Baghdad Pact Presently the Russian approach is one of bluster But it wasnt al ways so For several years Mos cow tried to butter up the An kara government by offering new industries trade barter arrange ments undying friendship and all that sort of thing But the hard bitten Turks didnt fall for honeyed words any more than theyre truckling now to hard spoken words Turkey and the Turkish spirit of today are something quite dif ferent from the Turkey and the Turkish spirit which existed up to thirtyfive years ago Then tnd for very good reason Tur CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 3200 Acres of Beans Still in County Fields This is terrible for the farmers said Robert Judd Cerro Gordo extension director as he looked at the sixinch snowfall Monday This will cause a severe loss in the soybean yield he said There are an estimated 3200 acres of beans still in the fields in Cerro Gordo County alone With snow weighing down the beanplants practically all will be on the ground The pods also will tend to pop open as they dry losing the beans Iowa Locked in First Big Snow of Fall fall caught much of Iowa with its HARVEST DELAYED ONCE AGAIN northeast of Mason City on the Plymouth North Iowa farmers Monday received an Road which was bogged down by rain other setback in harvesting operations as since early last week and now is covered heavy snow fell throughout the area This by a blanket of white pictures the plight picker on the William Lindsay farm of most tamers Cadavers Found on Fa rim in Wisconsin Man Is Held PLAINFIELD Wis The Waushara County district attor ney said Monday that five more human heads have been found on an isolated farm near Plainfield raising to 10 the number of ca davers discovered so far in the house where a mildmannered handy man lived alone Prosecutor Earl Kileen said The Weather Mason City Continued cold and cloudy with heavy snow accum ulating 6 to more than 12 inches locally with moderate north easterly winds and considerable drifting snow Monday night Cloudy with chance of a few snow fftirries Tuesday Low Monday night mid 20s High Tuesday lower 30s Iowa Heavy snow northeast and occasional snow south and west Monday night Cloudy Tuesday occasional snow flurries north ern border Snow accumulating 6 inches or more in heavy snow areas East to northeast winds will cause considerable drifting snow areas East to northeast winds will cause considerable drifting Monday night Low Monday night 2430 FiveDay Iowa Temperatures will average near normal Mon day night through Saturday Normal highs 41 north to 47 south Normal lows 23 north to 28 south Colder Tuesday night and Wednesday A little warm er the latter half of the week Precipitation will average four tenths to sixtenths of an inch occurring mostly Monday night as snow and as intermittent snow throughout the period Minnesota Snow continuing ac cumulating up to 10 inches in south and east windy colder High Tuesday 2530 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Monday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum that Edward Gein had broken a stubborn 30hour silence and ad mitted that he knew something about the macabre collection Kileen said that Gein told him he might of killed the victims and admitted the ghastly butcher ing of a 58yearold Plainfield business woman Saturday Gein was asked whether in con nection with the disemboweling of Bernice Worden he had intended to eat his victim On Chat point he still has a lapse of memory the district attorney said At the time of Geins arrest of ficers found a jar with a human heart in it sitting on the kitchen stove The five latest heads to he 32 25 25 snow 42 31 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Maximum 33 Minimum 29 At 8 am 29 Precipitation trace TV Viewers Get Challenge From Bearded Farmer NEW YORK watch ing The 364000 Challenge TV quiz Sunday night were startled to hear themselves challenged In the midst of the program a bearded farm worker identified by police as Richard Fichter 34 Springville Pa walked in front of a camera and read from a pre pared statement America I have a challenge The Russians are ahead of you Fichler got no further The camera swung away from him he was grabbed by the stage direc tor and was ushered into the wings after his brief perform ance Fichter told metwork officials he could not sleep two nights ago and got up and wrote a mes sage to the American people about godlessness His message said Americans were frustrated be cause Russia was ahead scientif ically and were frantically blam ing first this one and then that one Fichter who got into the studio on a regular ticket was taken to Bellevue Hospital for observa tion APPENDECTOMY PLANNED HONG KONG Elizabeth Taylor and Mike Todd arc can celing the rest of their world tour so she can have her appendix out in America The film star came down with appendicitis Friday but her husband said she was up and around at the home of friends found were wrapped neatly in plastic bags Shortly afler 11 am the 51 yearold frail looking 140 pound rubber boots and with his red cloth gloves handcuffed before him was taken from the Waushara County jail at Wautoma by Kil een Sheriff Art Schley and Coun ty Judge Boyd Clark FourInch Snow He has something he wants to show us Kileen said The farm scene where the gris ly discoveries were made laid under a fourinch blanket of snow but State Crime Laboratory offi cials continued their work of searching the buildings Investigators found the remains of four women in the farm home Sunday Law enforcement offi cials refused to furnish any de tails but dozens of city county and state officers sifted the 160 acre property throughout the night Skin Decorations But this chilled community was full of talk of how the bedroom of Gein a bachelor and sometime babysitter was decorated with furniture upholstered in human skin Kileen said It appears to be cannibalism Mrs Wordens disappearance Saturday touched off the search that led to the grisly trove Her decapitated body was found Sat urday night hung by its heels in the summer kitchen of Geins home To Launch 20Inch Satellite in January If Test Is Success WASHINGTON John P Hagen US spacesatellite di rector said Monday it may be possible to launch the first full scale US satellite in January two months ahead of schedule Hagen said that if the launch ing of a 6inch radioequipped test satellite next month is a complete success the proposed firing of at least two additional test spheres will be scrapped in favor of going directly to launch ing the instrumentcrammed 20 inch satellite A Project Vanguard spokesman defined complete success as meaning the threestage rocket separation mechanism and test satellite al function as hoped He said that includes the expectation thai the test satellite will get into orbit around the world All But Southeast Quarter Is Hit The Iowa Crop Reporting Serv ice said less than 30 per cent of the corn in North Iowa has been harvested Farmers have been unable to get into their fields since the rains early last week Harvestinghad been slow up to that time too because the corn had such a high moislure con tent Picking Delayed Largest loss will be in corn which will fall to the ground A 3 f m u NT Judd saidCorn bom infestation A 3 to 10 inch November snowwas much worse than was ex and disof the ears break in the wind rupted school work and travel Worse weather was ahead the Weather Bureau said It pre dicted the continuing snow might accumulate as much as 12 to 15 inches of snow in the extreme north by the time the storm ends Tuesday Red Oak with slightly more than 10 inches had the heaviest fall Council Bluffs reported 9 inches By afternoon Monday there was an unofficial six inches on the ground in Mason City and it was still snowing hard The snow was moving in a southwest to northeast direction Southeast Escapes The State Highway Commis sion said that as of 2 Mon day the snow covered all but the southeast quarter of the stale Snow depth was listed at 6 to 10 inches in the inches northwest and mostly 3 inches in the northeast Some drifting was anticipated in the northeastern part of the state snowstarted falling in the Mason City area about 10 pm Sunday The snow was the advance ele ment of a blizzard which struck the Rocky Mountain region Fri day night and Saturday Eighteen inches were reported in some parts of Wyoming and Colorado Schools Closed Scores of schools were closed largely due to transportation conditions In southwest Iowa all schools in Montgomery County were closed except that Red Oak and Villisca were opened to town students only Highways north of through Creston Des Moines Vinton and Dubuque were de scribed as generally snowpacked snow slush and ice inr im 1 I nl and very sOck Visibility in ing was blocked for a time Sun day night pected and the weakened shanks and the corn will be lost on the ground Many of the farmers until now have delayed picking the corn hopeful that it would dry in the field Judd said they would be likely now to pick the corn when ever they can get into the fields even though it may mean me chanical drying of the corn later Moisture content of the corn ranges between 20 and 25 per cent he said For safe cribbing it should be down to 15 Much Feed Lost Judd also pointed out that a considerable amount of feed ha been lost to NorthJpwa farmers For one thing there was a con siderable amount of corn on the ground in the fields which al ready had been picked It could have been picked up by feeder cattle but now it is covered with snow Pastures which were providing about 60 per cent of cattle feed Judd added now also are cov ered As a consequence the farm ers will have to start feeding hay in November instead ofin Janu ary as is usual Kansas north through Minnesota and Wisconsin and east to Illinois Freezing rain preceded the snow in North Iowa Buses Trapped Two Greyhound buses got trap ped on U S 6 west of Des Moine Sunday night and passengers spent the night in small towns Twentyseven passengers and a driver spent the night in a bus at Stuart The other bus was stalled about two miles west of Adair Two other buses line stalled at Atlantic were Transportation elsewhere in the snow area was hampered by the Highway travel in and out of j navel iu ana out 01 northwest Iowa was poor U S Mason Cilyv was slow with most 34 between Red Oak and Cornroads snowpacked and icy Buses incf iifntr v were getting through but far off schedule Some light drifting was The snow belt ranged as far reported the highway department west as Wyoming south through revealed REACHES For eign Minister Christian Pineau said Monday France is willing to deliver arms to Tunisia if that country accepts no arms from the East or Egypt He made the comment upon arrival in New York by plane from Paris for talks with Secretary of State Dulles France has protested recent shipment of arms to Tunisia by the United States and Great Britain Stevenson Dulles Hold Conference WASHINGTON tf Democrat Adlai E Stevenson arrived the State Department Monday to confer with Secretary of State Dulles on President Eisenhow ers plans for breathing new life into the Atlantic Alliance I am hereto make comment helpful to consult anc discuss said Stevenson wht was defeated for the presidency in 1952 and 1956 by Eisenhower Little to Add The former Illinois governor told newsmen he could add little to what has already been saic about his mission He has agreed to act as a con sultant while declining an offei to head a group formulating pol icy Reporters asked him how he could make comments on policy before it was made final with out in effect helping draft it To Be Helpful I wont go into t h at he laughed But he said he would be as helpful as I can in ar guing for the policies to the ex tent that I agree with them Stevenson has been asked to meet later with President Eisen hower who now is vacationing in Augusta Ga Two Flu Deaths at Spencer Reported SPENCER wi Two deaths re suiting from complications of in fluenza were reported here Mon day Raymond R Carlson 40 of near Emmetsburg died at a Spencer lospital Sunday L Porter Elston 71 Milford also died Sunday Weekend Toll in 7 Total for Year Reaches 628 Seven persons were our in a single collision near at least 17 injured in Iowa motor vehicle accidents over the weekend The deaths boosted the states 157 fatality toll to 628 as com pared with 642 at this time year ago Victims of the Hampton crash Sunday night were Mrs Boyd Patterson 36 Dows Clarence R Johansen 22 Lati mer V Mrs Clarence R Johansen 23 George Patterson 77 Gait Three of the victims were killed outright Mrs Patterson died at a Hampton hospital Mon day morning In Critical Condition Hospitalized and still in criti cal condition are Johanseni brother Marion 19 Latimer Boyd Patterson 40 Dows and three Patterson children Gary 14 Randy 11 and Debbie 3 The accident occurred at the Alexander c 6 rn e r near the FranklinWright County line about 7 pm Johansen had been home on furlough His wife and brother were driving him to Clarion to take the bus back to his Air Force station at Salina Kan The Patterson family with Patterson father of Boyd was returning from Clear Lake where they had spent tht day Struck Broadside Deputy Sheriff Ralph Jones Hampton who investigated tha accident said tie car driven by Boyd Patterson going south struck the westbound Johansen car broadside at the intersection Dead in other crashes were Roy Ryan 28 Elddra farmer who was killed Sunday in atwo car collision on a Grundy Coun ty road six miles east of Eldora Cora Marsh 70 Carlisle who was injured fatally in a twocar crash Sunday on Iowa 60 three miles east of Des Moines F J 71 Keystone bank official who died Saturday following a twocar crash two miles west ef Van Home SAME Black fUj means traffic death In 24 hours INVOLVED IN FATAL CRASH This is the car driv en by Clarence Johansen Latimer in which he and his were killed when it was involved in a collision at the Alexander corner on the FranklinWright County line Photo by Lou Cadlcux The impact tossed the car into a cornfield Two occu pants of the second car driven by Boyd Patterson Dows also lost their lives Five others were injured   

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