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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 24, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited iot he Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH iOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL LXIV Associated Press and United Press full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY FEBRUARY 24 1958 This Paper Consists OJ Two Ono No Ill It1 i 1 1 t Schwart z Liar Attorney Charges Peron Faction Wins One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO I13UO i pm Suntla WOIi Ames 010 ym Tutsclnj WTAD Quincy iCIO pm Thursdaj WSUI la City K10I U215 pm Saturdaj Universal But Not Uniform M Y travels into some GO differ ent lands have convincec me that while English is classifi The Weather Mason City Mostly fair through Tuesday Low Monday night near 30 High Tuesday upper 50s with strong southwesterly winds in afternoon owa Mostly fair through Tues day Low Monday night 2535 Five day Iowa Temperatures will average about 5 degrees above normal Tuesday through Saturday Normal highs 35 north to 43 south Normal lows 15 north to 22 south Only mi tt o r daytoday temperature changes are expected with lit tle or no precipitation Minnesota Fair continued mild GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Monday able as the one most universa language it is anything but uni form Its variations in even wha are assumed to be Englishspeak ing countries are sometimes con fusing more often just amusing During the lime when I was based in England on a war cor respondence mission during World War II I kept a little black book for the purpose of jotting down the differences in pronunciation or meaning between American and British words or expressions I had some wonderful help on this once from no less a person age than the Duchess of Marl borough wife of a Winston Churchill cousin More recently in the Fiji Is lands in New Zealand in Aus tralia India Pakistan Burma Thailand Egypt and other places with an extended exposure to the British and their language I re peated this process Added to the variations I had noted the United Kingdom itself I found a large number of others peculiar to their particular surroundings Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 57 33 38 Trace 38 24 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Sunday Maximum Minimum 38 30 Spring Prevails in Iowa Iowas mild weekend weather Frondizi Is Argentine President Got Support of Peronists BUENOS AIRES be spectacled Arturo Frondizi a left wing intellectual is the new presi dentelect of Argentina The sup port of banished Dictator Juan D Peron apparently was a decisive factor in his landslide victory Frondizi ran far ahead of mid dleoftheroader Ricardo Balbin Sunday in Argentinas first free presidential election in more than a decade Nine other opponents trailed way behind Both are attorneys and repre sent left and light wings of the Radical Party a conservative group despite its name Balbin ran for president against Peron in 1952 and Frondizi was No 2 man on the ticket But Frondizis intransigent Rad ical Party collected votes from many of the strongarm segments of Argentinas political spectrum this time His backers ranged from Communists to Labor to Peronists and Fascist splinter parties Huge Bulge With more than eight million Argentines voting unofficial fig ures gave Frondizi 2617454 votes Balbin 1446146 RECEIVES JAYCEE AWARD Bob Clark Des Moines president of the Iowa Junior Chamber of Commerce makes the presentation of the groups Distinguished Service Award to Reeves Hall Independence at the awards con vention at Charles City Hall a Mason City native is past president of the Inde pendence Lions Club and was Buchanan County Red Cross chairman for seven years During his campaign Frondizi continued Monday in sharp conpiedged amnesty for all Peronists trast to the subzero readings of a week ago O K Is Universal While quite a few American ex 6S Temperatures were 60 to 70 de warmer Sunday and ii iT A T L the night than thev notably 0 K have pressions found their way around the world its clear beyond mistaking that all of the Commonwealth nations with the possible exception of Canada have taken their model from the mother country rather than from U S Oxfords accent is standard everywhere with just a bit of Cockney meaning the peculiar accent which originated within the sound of Bow Church bell in London In treated as Cockney aV get is and there is a were seven days earlier Atlantic which had a low of 34 below zero seven days ago had a nighttime low of 33 above early Monday That also was Mason Citys low Sunday was marked by a rapid thaw which caused ditches and small streams to do heavy duty High readings ranged from 46 at Dubuque to a mild 62 at Spencer Mason City had a pleasant 57 Drizzle and fog which moved eastward from western Iowa Sun day was concentrated in central blithe disrcgarcHor hs Theyre and eastern Iowa Monday morn ing Some points reported visibil sounded when there are none and theyre ignored where they exist Although both deny it there is a strange similarity between both the pronunciation and the idio and that includes everybody But he never specifically included Peron which raised speculation whether Frondizi would let the banished dictator come back Frondizi said the first job of the Congress would be to enact a general amnesty law covering all parties and including those now in jail for their politics From his current refuge in the Dominican Republic Peron railed Frondizis victory as the result of the implied support he gave him Peron said he would consider a return to his home land but planned a trip to rest first He did not elaborate Peronists Banned Peron claimed the election didj EUGENE WOODCOCK ity near zero Skies were clear Monday in western Iowa but partly cloudy conditions prevailed not really represent the majority view because Peronists were banned from campaigning or run matic language by New Zealand ers and Australians Both of course have borrowed heavily from the slang of their mother country But both have some identical homegrown expressions indigenous slangas it were Two Kinds of Bloke At the Olympic Stadium where I was seated between my Mel bourne host and some visitors from Chrislchurch on the South Island of New Zealand I heard many sports expressions which while being strange to me were in the vocabulary of both my Australian and my New Zealand friends Here let me draw on my notebook for some examples Nice bloke is one of the most heard terms and it means the same as our good guy Of course theres the insufferable bloke too On chilly days there were too many of those dur ing the Olympics the athletes wrapped themselves in nigs not blankets Everybody is weighed in stones 14 pounds rather than in pounds A contestant who per forms well or runs well is de scribed as coming good as dis tinguished from our making good A runner who goofs in his per formance runs like a hairy goat Get cracking is the same as our lets go What we call a sweat suit is referred to by Aus sles and New Zcalanders as track suit while our track suit s called running trunks Foot racing is footrunning Taking it easy is rendered lying dogo Upset Is a TurnUp What we call an upset is a long driver in gol Is a big hitter A rhubarb or razzbcrry in U S is schmozzle in Australia An athlete who doesnt try his hard CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 over much of the rest of the ning openly under their true col P e r o n s instructions from abroad had been confusing however and the lagging official returns showed about eight per cent of the voters still casting the blank ballots the Peronists em ployed in the constituent assembly elections last July In the earlier vote two million a fourth of those voting cast blanks Frondizi courted the Peronists openly during the campaign He professed surprise when the Com USBritain Sign Thor Missile Pact WASHINGTON United States has agreed to provide Britain with intermediaterange Thor missiles and to make nu clear warheads available under US control until the time comes to shoot Such missiles to be based at British sites would be launched only on joint decision by the two governments Under a fiveyear agreement made public Monday all nuclear warheads shall remain in full United Stales ownership custody and control until they are needed for use A top American official said the first squadron of missiles will be operational some time this year This squadron he said will be operated by the British Royal Air Force after training in the United States and 3 Earn Jaycee Honors CHARLES young men were honored by the lowaj Junior Chamber of Commerce here Sunday afternoon at an an nual awards convention The Jaycees presented Reeves Hall 35 Independence its Dis tinguished Service Award Also honoredwas gene Woodcock 30 Tripoli as Iowas outstanding young farmer while the meritorious service award went to Verne L Arhart Charles City for his work with handi capped persons and disabled vet erans Newspaper Editor Hall is the editor of the In dependence BulletinJournal and the Independence Conservative He is the son of W Earl Hall editor of the Mason City Globe Miami Man on Stand Denies Payoff in TV Case WASHINGTON A Vhiteside Miami lawyer de nounced Bernard Schwartz as an unmitigated liar Monday for having connected him with a television channel applicant and or suggesting he passed money to a federal communications commissioner The lawyer admitted speaking to the FCC official on behalf of the winning applicant for a tele vision channel but that the ac tion was merely on behalf of a friend and that he never was employed as counsel Whiteside testifying under oath before a special House in vesligating subcommittee ac cused Schwartz dismissed com mittee counsel of withholding in formation from the group He said Schwartz knew ther was a long record of loan trans actions between Whiteside am Richard A Mack going back fiv years befpre Mack became THURMAN WHITESIDE member of the Federal Commuj nications Commission Raised Question Schwartz told the Racing King Is Abducted BULLETIN HAVANA UP World famed auto driver Juan Manu el Fangio Monday was released by the Cuban gunmen who kid naped him from his hotel here He was taken to police head quarters for questioning HAVANA UP Cuban rebels earlier in its hearing that White side had turned over at least 52650 to Mack Schwartz raised a question whether this was in itended to influence Macks vote had President Fulgencio Batista on a new hot spot Monday with the kidnaping committee vorld leading oE Argentinas champion auto in the contest for Miami TV Channel 10 Both Mack and had described the Schwartz added VERN UARHART Commerce Commission Probe Asked AP Photofax SINGER WEDS Mac Kenzie 31 and Robert Shuttle worth 44 her manager sur prised all but a few close friends Monday when they flew to Las Vegas Nev and were married It was the singers first marriage his second The hasty marriage plans are re flected in her bridal corsage which was fashioned from floral bouquets arranged in their hotel suite moments before the cercmonv munists withdrew their candidates and threw their support to him and denied ever having any di rect or indirect contact with the Reds Despite what appeared to be a pile of political debts to pay off Frondizi declared after his vic tory I have no commitments to anyone and will govern solely for 20 million Argentines But the Communists numerical ly small but strategically placed in the unions will expect Fron dizi to play ball with them just as much as with the Peronists Gazette and Mrs Hall Hall has held several offices in the Independence Junior Chamber of Commerce and has been active in numerous civic affairs He was chosen over 22 other candi dates entered by Jaycee locals around the state Woodcock received a plaque and an allexpense paid trip to the national Jaycee awards pro gram at Indianapolis Ind April 1416 He owns and operates a 2SOacre farm and has been ac tive since his youth in farm pro grams and organizations Second Place Second place in the farmers award went to Merton Eganhouse 33 Monmouth while Walter Swank Oakville placed third They wero chosen from a field o DES MOINES A repre Australia Tbe State Department in mak ing public the terms of the agree ment refused to say how many missiles would be provided the British But responsible authori ties reported earlier that 60 mis siles would be involved stationed at four separate sites three in England and one in Scotland STICKUP KEOKUK young ban dit held up the Better Supermar ket here Saturday night and es caped with S500 in cash nearly 500 nominees and 47 who The inlcrim group askeci Davis were entered in the state submit a bdcf containing nis charges The committee then will sentative of the railroad broth erhoods in Iowa asked the Legis ative Interim Committee Mon lay to investigate the Iowa Commerce Commission Claude E Davis Des Moines egislative representative for the Brotherhood of Railway Clerks said the commission acted con trary to Iowa law and its own rules of procedure in grantin the Rock Island railroad author ity to remove two passenge trains No Hearing The railroad was permitted t remove trains Nos 6364 betwee Cedar Rapids and Manly anc trains No 932933 between Cedar Rapids and Burlington without holding a hearing Davis said VVhiteside said Schwartz had urther testified Whiteside was mployed as an attorney by Na ional Airlines or its subsidiary ublic Service Television Inc vhich won the contest for the liami channel Whiteside said Schwartz knew his was untrue prior to the ime he gave his testimony To that extent he bears false vitness and is an unmitigated iar the Miami attorney told the subcommittee in deliberate ones Never Pledged Whiteside said Schwartz state ment that Mack was pledged in the TV contest was untrue Whiteside said Mack has never been pledged at any time He said that Schwartz had no facts on which to base his testi mony and what information he had was second hand and was premised on an affidavit made by A Frank Katzentine a loser in the case Whiteside racing driver Juan Fangio from his hotel in the heart of Ha vana Embarrassed police searched frantically for abductors of the 46yearold fivetime world title holder as the capitaljammed for Mondays Gran Premio auto over the audacious feat No Danger In Buenos Aires Manuel Mon tes business partner of Fangio said he had been informed the driver is in no danger and will be released T u e s day He said the in formation came from Fangios racing m a n ager in Havana Special guards were assigned to the 24 other international 1 y famed drivers after local elimination events Arhart owner of the Midland Linotype School here was cited for the training he has given physically handicapped persons j decide whether to investigate Davis said Iowa and com mission rules require railroads had a prepared statement in which he reviewed estimony by Schwartz He said Schwartz testifiec that he had evidence of pay ments made to a federal commu nications commissioner in a tele vision I had paid R Mack 51000 on March 22 1955 Canceled Checks Continuing to read from and disabled veterans He is a to post 15 days advance notice any proposed suspension of service thus permitting time for Freight Service He said that in the cases men past president of the Charles City Jaycees Brig Gen Andrew J KinneyJnurS ol USAF spoke at the banquet and told members and guests that the Strategic Air Command and thc commission permitted missile program were thc kev totne Rocku Island to the preventing all out war with Rusitrains Wlthoilt advance public no sia He told the crowd of Island on GOO that a show of strength is the only way to prevent all out war BODIES OF AGED SISTERS FOUND Together in Life Together in Death Feb 3 threatened to remove freight service on the lines in volved if permission to drop thc passenger trains was not granted He also snid the statement Whiteside said FANGIO iere for the race in an effort o avert any more awkward in cidents Authorities refused to discuss he Fangio case but Rebel Lead r Fidel Castro was quick to claim responsibility A rebel spokesman telephoned The As sociated Press to confirm the abduction Sunday night but would not say what would be done with Fangio Black Eye Friends expressed doubt tha champion was in any danger They believed the rebels were holding him in an attempt to force cancellation of the auto to start at 2 pm thus give Batista an inter national black eye But Brig Gen Roberto Fernan t jidcz Miranda head of the Na He did not reveal that he had tional Sports Commission after canceled checks which I furn ished him going back to April 1950 five years before Macks appointment had totaled S7830 reflected in divers loan transac tions j Whiteside then read into the record information he said came from a number of canceled checks and other records At the beginning of his testi mony Whitcside said he has been attending subcommittee scs conferring at length with a group of the drivers informed them the race would be schedule He termed held on the kid naping monstrous the SAME WASHINGTON ia Hyde 90 and her sister Miss Lovina Cookson 80 lived to gether for 30 years For the last 12 years they lived alone with two pet cats in a house with comfortable Victorian furniture Mrs Hydes legs and left arm were paralyzed by a stroke several years ago and last year she had gone completely blind But Miss Cookson a retired saleslady took care of her and their needs were simple Last week 14 inches of snow fell on Washington and the el derly sisters were more than ever cut off from the outside Sunday the neighbors real ized they hadnt seen the sisters since the heavy snow began They called police When they entered the house police found the cats were run ning frantically around the house as wild as rabbits The kitchen and other rooms of the large stucco home were littered by the animals desperate search for food The house was cold and there was no oil in the tank of the furnace They found Miss Cookson in the bathroom clad in two over coats clasped together with safety pins The coroner said she died of a heart attack about week ago Mrs Hyde was found in her bed dead from heart failure and exposure She apparently had lain there helplessly after her sister died order granting removal of the passenger trains was signed Feb 10 despite the fact that on Jan 28 the brotherhood had been as sured the commission would de lay a decision on trains 63fi4 for 60 days and follow regular pro cedure of allowing 15 days for protests on 932933 DOUBLE REPAIRS ATLANTA velcrinar jian and a mechanic were repair ing the damages of a traffic acci Youth injures Hand in Meat Grinder Accident Larry Perisho a Mason City wondered who was on trial School athlete is in good sions for a week waiting for his commission lurn to testify and at times Ive Radio in Explorer Comes Back to Life condition at Mercy Hospital with severe hand injuries received in a meat grinder accident Perisho 16 the son of Mr and Mrs Lowell Perisho 96 Country WASHINGTON was grinding meat at a power radio transmitter Mason City supermarket Satur Americas satellite Explorer sudJrfay vvhen the cuttcr caiSnt a denly came back on the air and drcw hs entire hand clay The signals had flickered thc device The youth was nearly two weeks ago but officials snid the batteries apparently had regenerated sufficiently to again dent Monday The veterinarianallow broadcasting at least tem takon to the hospital by ambu lance The boys father who is man ager of the meat department at was treating the horse that put pornnly The other radio in store said doctors hope to its foot through the plastic top satellite a lowpower divice consave at least a portion of the of Frances Crumbleys aiitomoltinues to operate perfectly andhand bile which the mechanic is i probably will do so for another Perisho was a member of this patching jmomh or more lyears Mohawk basketball team   

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