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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 20, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL LXIV Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wirei iSevco Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JANUARY 20 1958 This Paper Consists of Two One No W Lose Lives in North Iowa Crashes One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGIO 131X11 Ames ItHO I pm I 15 pm Sunday Tuesdaj riiursda pSir WSUI la Cly pm Saturila Its an Old Russian Story recent interest and activity in Egypt and Syria arent anything new For nearly three centuries her czars cast longing glances in the direction of the Mediterranean and its warm water port possibilities And in the 40 years since Com munism took over the act has been repeated This is just one of the things that has caused so many his torians to raise the question as to whether what is generally re ferred to as Russian Communism truth a rpoiropnce of Russian Imperials with a new face The czars no less than the Commies held to the belief that Economy Report by Ike Future Called Encouraging Russia was world destined to rule the Muscovite wars with the Turks began clear back in the 1680s when America was in the begin ning stages of her colonial devel opment The question of access to the Mediterranean and the Per sian Gulf has loomed large in Russian eyes since the days of Peter the Great Imperial Russia and the Otto man Empire were in almost con stant conflict for more than two centuries as successive czars WASHINGTON OPI President Eisenhower said Monday the country can lick the recession this year pay in full the cost of meeting Russias new challenge and go forward to real economic growth without inflation His economic report third and last of the annual White House messages to Congress vcarried a 42point program of homefront legislation Most of the requests were familiar but Eisenhower said they are now urgent He pledged that his policies will be shaped to foster the earliest possible business recovery But he gave no hint that the administra tion is considering any such strong medicine as tax cuts pub lic works or deliberate deficits and avoided even the words re cession or depression Production Dipped Eisenhower disclosed that the sought to push out across the Black Sea to that Mediterranean During the 19th century as Otto man power declined Great Bri tain repeatedly intervened to check Russian expansion Czar Had a Promise After the outbreak of Worlc War I however Britain and France promised Russia in a set of secret agreements con cluded in 1915 that if the allies won the war Russia would get possession of Constantinople and the Straits along with certain specified territories in Turkey and some islands in the Aegean When the Bolsheviks slump began sooner and hit hard er than officials had expected In the past three months national production dropped six billion dol ars or IVz per cent he said from the record rate of 439 billion a year achieved in the previous quarter And he underscored this warn ing If unwarranted wage anc price increases emerge from this springs bargaining the prospec live recovery could be delayed The latest challenge of inter After 9 Days Sun Is Seen After nine consecutive days sunless skies clouds over North Iowa parted Monday morning Although the weatherman held promise of only a brief respite GlobeGazette Photos by Gihbs CAR IN WHICH 2 WERE The car was flipped aroundafter wreckage of the car in which Mrs Edward being struck and came to rest against a L Kaplan 39 Dougherty and herdaugh sidetracked boxcar The auto was ter Phyllis 14 were killed provides mute dragged 350 feet from the point of im evidence of the force of the impact when pact at a crossing alongside the grain ele it collided with a moving freight train vator shown in the distance from the dreary conditions the sun was awelcome sight Not since Jan 11 had Mason Cityans national communism will rcqnire lan a fleeting in tnn m i Old Sfll However snow ExMental Patient to Face Charge in lowans Death a further increase in the economic claims of national security which said If we INDEPENDENCE tfl County Attorney William Klotzbach said flurries andjMonday he will file a charge of1 were exi murder against a former menial pected to prevail over the areajpatient held in connection with thei follow suitable private and that was the name applied to them then came to power in November 1917 they quickly made a bid for influence in the Middle East by publishing the secret British France Russian agreements and renouncing czar ist claims to Constantinople and the Straits By that line of action the new Communist regime hoped to rally to the revolutionary cause and public policies this challenge can be met without distorting our economy or destroying the free doms that we cherish Whatever our national secur ity requires our economy can provide and we can afford to pay for the next 24 hours Mason City had inches of now in a light fall that began Sunday afternoon Southern Iowa points reported icavier falls Council Bluffs At antic and Audubon all reported Costs Cut The businessstimulating effect of enlarged defense spending already is being felt Eisenhower reported and the October re versal of the governments anti inflation policy has noticeably liberalized credit and cut the costs of borrowing Other factors favoring a 1958 upturn are visible he said in fatal shooting of Lester Hoover 59 Quasqueton farmer Robert Wright 37 a farmer1 neighbor and occasional employe of Hoover was being held in the county jail as a result of the Sat urday shooting Hoovers wife 5 inches or more while DesiDorothy 57 was hospitalized in Moines Dubuque and Sioux City nad 4 inches Road conditions over most of the snow area were hazardous Sunday night but traffic and the effects of the sun rapidly chased the ice and packed snow Monday morning ROUNDUP TIME ELK CITY Okla was not only its own Moslems of whom there is an astonishing number but those of Turkey Iranthe Arab lands and was counted on incomes or total eluding i Strong sustained consumer de verv little decline in like the old cattle driving days when 50 head of calves broke Cedar Rapids with a hand wound suffered in the same incident Wright Klotzbach said had been admitted twice to the Inde pendence state hospital and re leased between 1951 and 1955 Sheriff E A Hart said Hoover had driven to the Wright farm to ask Wright to cut some wood for him Mrs Hoover and their two granddaughters accomp a n i e d Hoover Mrs Hoover said her husband School Vote Turnout Good Car and Freight Collide Moiker of 11 Among Dead A cartrain collision at a snowy crossing at Dougherty Sunday noon brought death to Mrs Edward L Kaplan and one of her 11 children Mrs Kaplan 39 Dougherty and her daughter Phyllis 14 were killed instantly according to Cerro Gordo County Coroner J E Christopherson The deaths were among three auto fatalities in North Iowa over the weekendNorman Godfrey 16 Norlhwood was killed in a onecar accident near that city Saturday afternoon Headed West The Dougherty accident hap pened about am on the Chicago and North Western Rail road tracks near the east village limits According to the Cerro Gordo County sheriffs office and high way patrolmen who were at the scene Mrs Kaplan was headed west and the train fully loaded and being drawn by two diesel lo comotives was moving south at about 40 miles an hour Ben F Beyer 132 27th SW Sunny skies and a continuation of the January thaw greeted Ma son City voters Monday Balloting was comparatively heavy on the 31400000 school bond issue and the proposal to sell a corner of the Administration Building grounds for S125000 The vote checked at the eight polling places between and 2 loose from a sales barn here The I conferred in the house with calves hours The strategy embarrass the victorious colonial powers England and FraYice No Appeal to Moslems Later the Kremlin had it fig ured a loose federation would evolve of the Russian Moslems that would gradually embrace the adjoining Moslem lands But as usual Lenin Stalin and their as sociates hadnt taken some im portant factors into account They didnt realize how hostile those of the Mohammedan faith are to a Godless philosophy And so it was that the Com munist government reverted to the czarist convic tion that Russian access to the Mediterranean and the Persian buying power lup ran until rising outlays by slate and local governments increased private spending on research and devel opmcnt and strong business confidence attested by the long range programs of corporations for expansion and construction Summing up Eisenhower pre dicted As we look ahead in 1958 there arc grounds for expecting that the decline in business ac tivity need not be prolonged and that economic growth can be re sumed without extended inter ruption Upswing Seen Other official sources more ex plicit than the President said the Wright through town for rifle shield times CLOSES George Wallace declared at Clayton Ala Mon day that records of his court will be closed to federal civil rights investigators The action is expected to touch off a legal battle which could have many ramifications in the South on a S2 there were The total Eisenhower to Speak at Gala GOP Observance WASHINGTON President Eisenhower started his sixth year in office kicks off aPm as n new Republican drive for control On Dec 11 190 when a soe of Congress cial elecllon was hcld ot Congress bond The 67yearold President ar VQtes by 2 pm ranged formal observance of that day was 4703 Nov 27 anniversary Monday evening at ajl95 lhere were 13G2 votes by 2 GOP dinner in Chi m Qn the S595i000 Hoover hond cago where he will be guest of issue A11 bond votes since nave honor and make a nationwide telejbeen Qn regular eiection days vision radio political address i p u jll be from 7 a m NBC pm CST as p m al eight prednt voliug partys chief i places The voting places are In Chicago the President precinct School Adminis the First Lady will stay overnightjlration Building Second cit at the works ternational Amphitheater McKinley School Fifth Monday nights dinner is HaU Sixthj Roosevelt Jun where Eisenhower Hjgh School Seventh nominated for a first term in Cnevrolet Garage Eighth Madi July 1952 son school Mason City engineer told author ities he saw the car approach the crossing When it appeared the occupants of the car did not see the train Beyer added he ap plied the brakes But it was not in time The lead ocomotive crunched into the auto broadside spun it around and dragged it 350 feet down the racks The car came to rest against a boxcar on a side track Thrown From Car Both Mrs Kaplan and her daughter were thrown from their they were rounded The Weather Mason City Mostly cloudy Mon and returned to his car said came out with fired throughthe wind Hoover was shot four 40 Forced to Flee Fire at Des Moines Fortyfour Republican dinners for an estimated 40000 of the GOP faithful are being held Mon Voters living outside the city but within the school district will vote in the city precinct which day night in 27 states and thejborders on the unincorporated District of Columbia In addition area in wnich they iive to Eisenhower speakers at the Thc vote by pccjncts by 2 pm S10 to ErES MOINES coast to smoke from a fire in the basei dent Nixon affairs fromMonday Fjrsl 1S3 s coast include Vice Presi400 91 fouth 2i6 second Phyllis Mrs Kaplan machine Dr Christopherson said the car apparently landed on top of both bodies as it bounced down the tracks Wilbur Crooks Dougherty was an eye witness He was standing in the backvard of his home when manv other top fment of the Olympa Hotel herejmimstralion officials and Rcpub adl450 sixth 282 seventh he heard the crash 354 and GINN BOOTLEGGING forced some NEW ORLEANS the cold W I 1 LIVSia A 11 i 11 N n lican congressional leaders 40 residents to flee Sunday Dam day night low 1015 Tuesday in mid 20s High Monday heid Louis Ginn 37 on a charge that he was a member of a bootlegging ring age from the blaze estimated at several thousand dollars was confined to the basement eighth Since the voting was being A friend of the family said Mrs Kaplan had just attended Mass Gulf and security against is expected to continue from the West could only be asjunlj a turnaround point is sured by doing away with the inreached in the AprilJune quar dependence of Tin key a n or JuiySeplember period Persia I The President urged enactment In 1920 Soviet troops crossed the Caspian Sea invaded Persia and overwhelmed the defending forces Thc Persian government sued for peace and a treaty so generous it defied explanation was signed at Moscow in 1921 Under the terms of the pact of TaftHarllcy Law amendments including a tightening of re straints on secondary boycotts and of a spec ial message due later this week adoption of previously announced proposals to further loosen hous ing credit and case the tax laws revenue a general tax cut Eisenhower said is possible t h c Russian government ren several minor ways to bcncfit nounccd the policy of force business But any tax con sued by the czars vowed not involving substantial take part in any action that would bss Qf revenuc musl wail unlil violate Persian sovereignty can celed the Persian debt to the czarist government and handed over all Russian concessions and Russianbuilt public works in Persia Scries of Plots One effect of that still in explicable magnanimity was to put the Bolshevik government in CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 Iowa Snow and colder Monday night with accumulations of 4 inches or more southeast low 12 northwest to 25 southeast Mostly cloudy little tempera ture change Tuesday snow con tinuing cast FiveDay Iowa Temperatures will average near normal Tues day through Saturday Normal highs 26 north to 35 south Nor mal lows 6 north to 14 south Colder Monday night otherwise little daytoday change in tem peratures until turning colder toward the end of the week Precipitation will average one tenth of an inch northwest to onehalf inch southeast occur ring as snow mostly Monday night and again toward the end of the week Minnesota Partly cloudy no temperature change GlobeGazette weather data to 8 am Monday up PROBE OPENED PRICE Utah inves tigation was begun Monday into the cavein explosion and fire which claimedlives of four min ers trapped inside the Spring Canyon Coal Co mine near here Friday Maximum 31 Minimum 21 At 8 am 21 Precipitation IVi snow YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Sunday The party effort from on paper ballots and not on President on down is geared voting machines it was ex raising funds for the GOP camipccteci t0 be atc evening before aign to wrest ress from the Democrats in the rctary November elections control of Conanv resuits were announced Sec Man Injured in Bridge Accident K L E M M Mcints vorking with a road construction rew on a bridge near Woden vas hit on the head by a falling Mank Monday morning He was taken to the Hancock Bounty Memorial Hospital Britt ind then to Mercy Hospital Ma n City He was reported to be in fair condition with a skull fracture B L Main said lie would release them to the radio sta tions as they came in BULLETIN LITTLE ROCK Ark Sf A stick of dynamite was found Monday in an empty locker at Little Rocks integrated Central High School after an hour and a half search by city police Acting police chief Eugene Smith said the dynamite was not capped or fused He said he did not think it was put in the locker to blow up anything but just to create hysteria PAID AT LAST BRANDON Man General Hospital received a money order for in pay ment of an overdue bill It had Maximum Minimum Precipitation 28 24 trace AP rivotofas HAPPY HUNTING Charlie Warviax and Si meon Oxemline Lunibcc Indians who took part in the rout of a Ku Klux Klan rally at Maxton N show their smiles and the KKK banner which they wear like an Indian blanket The banner was captured during a riot which followed the rally Story on page Drag Race Blamed for lowans Death DES MOIXES UP Sycl Grandqiiist 33 Des Moines overdue since October 1910 Sunday of injuries suffered Sat urday in an accident in Des Moines Police said Grandquist and a friend in another car were racing ion a DCS Moines street when Grandquists car slammed broad side into the other auto Grand quist was thrown from the car Tlie driver of the other car was jXonrhn H Scluiler 26 Dos I Moines who was injured crit iicaily at St Patricks Catholic Church and was enroute to Rockwell to get her motherinlaw Mrs Lee Mollie Kaplan who had been invited to Sunday dinner Mrs Kaplan and her daughter were the only occupants of tha car The mother reportedly had planned to take a number of the other children with her but then decided against it The 10 surviving Kaplan chil dren range in age from 2 to 17 They include two sets of twins Mrs Kaplans husband operates a portable feed mill concern out of Dougherty Light Snow Although a light snow was fall ing at the time authorities said visibility was reasonably good and that there were no obstructions at the crossing The auto was demolished The locomotive received some damage but the train was able to proceed later Other members of the train crew were Vern Mott 625 6lh PI vE conductor and Cecil 1320 Massachusetts SE Hakeman Xonc was injured Mrs Kaplan was born Dolores July 10 1018 at Parkers rE She moved to Dougherty with her parents in 192i and was married there to Edward Kaplan nt St Patricks Church Jan 25 1910 They had mnie their home in DoiighiTly 11100 that time She wa 1 tnombrr of St lit ricka Catholic Church of Dough SAME erty and the Aid of tho   

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