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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 20, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for VOL LXIV LOBE H I N I W S P A f I R T H A T MAKES ALL NORTH 1OWANJ N E I Q H 0 R S AuocimUd fms ud UniUd PTCM FuH LMM 7e Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY MAY 20 ItSI HOME EDITION MASON CITY DAY Wednesday May 21 Open 9 AM FM Paper Four OM m Airli ner Hid e Over Marylan Nixon Warned of Possible Trouble WASHINGTON W Sen Wayne Morse DOre said Tuesday that the State Departments own testimony shows that Vice Presi dent Nixons LatinAmerican tour was a troublecausing trip which Morse said should not have been undertaken Morse gave his views to reporters as the Senate Foreign Rela tions Committee weighed testimony that Communist exploitation of Latin American TheWeather Mason City Mostly fair through Wednesday little temperature change Low Tuesday night 40 45 high Wednesday 7579 Iowa Continued fair Tuesday night and Wednesday Warmer Wednesday in west Low Tues day night 4045 northeast 4550 southwest W C EGLOFF Dr Egloff Dies in Minnesota Physician Here Since 1932 Dr William 0 Egloff 57 died suddenly Monday afternoon at his summer home near Park Rapids Minn where he was vacationing with his family He suffered a heart attack as he went out to mow the lawn He had been in the private practice of internal medicine in Mason City since 1932 with the exception of the time he spent in the Army during World War H He was the third generation of physicians his grandfather Dr C Hr Smith having been a pio neer physician in Mason City DR EGLOFFwas born in Ma son City March 16 1901 son of Dr and Mrs W J Egloff After graduation from the Mason City High Schoolin 1919 he attended Grinnell College two years before going to the University of Chica go where he was graduated in 1923 with a BS degree His medical education was re ceived atRush Medical College of the University of Chicago where he was graduated in June 1927 Dr Egloff served an intern ship at St Lukes Hospital Chica go He took post graduate work in medical education as a resi dent in medicine at Billings Me morial Hospital University of Chicago Later he served as a junior as sociate in medicine at Harvard Medical School He was also a Research Fellow in Medicine at Peter Bent Brigham Hospital Boston Mass from 1928 to 1932 against US economic policies fanned mob violenceagainst Mr arid Mrs Nixon Robert Murphy deputy under secretary of state for political af fairs made that report to the senators Monday He said Nixon was told In advance that there was danger of disturbances in Venezuela but added that on heLheels of assurances by the Venezuelan governmentof its se curity measures violence in Car acas was not anticipated Murphy also told the commit tee there is no evidence at pres ent that the South American dem onstrations against Nixon and his wife were directly connected with antiAmerican outbreaks in Lebanon Algeria Indonesia or elsewhere Morse a member of the Foreign Relations Committee said in view of advance warnings of the danger of demonstrations anc three reports of rumors of at tempted assassination Nixon should have confined his trip to Argentina The problem nowis what we propose to do to help improve economic relations with south America Morse said and tha is a job for this committee here ended Tuesday when th last striking union reached a agreement with contractors DES STRIKE MOINES dayold building ENDS 19 trades strik Kingmakers Out to Beat Nicholas Minnesota Fair and cool GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum 72 Minimum 38 At 8 am 61 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 49 42 GUTHRIE CENTER Gov William H Nicholas who is seeking the Republican nom ination for governor said Mon day night The kingmakers are out to beat old Bill He referred in remarks pre pared for a dinner meeting to the recent announcement of six former Republican state chair men that they are supporting Dr William G Murray for the GOP gubernatorial nomination Nicholas said this is not the first time thatthose whose only interest is in party control and the power of patronage have opposed him These wouldbe kingmakers are trying to defeat me in this primary because they know Im not their captive candi date Nicholas said Ive never been the captive of those who seek to peddle their sup port for power or influence Im certain though that the majority of Republican voters will demonstrate their refusal to be dictated to by a few powerhungry kingmakers W B Casey 71 Dies at Home v Was Pioneer Druggist Here Number of Dead Hits 12 Pilot of T33 Parachutes BRUNSWICK Md UP A Cap ital Airlines jturbojet plane with seven passengers and a crew of four collided Tuesday with a military plane in partially clear skies above the Potomac River Valley All 11 in the passenger plane a Britishmade Vickers Viscount were killed A 12th body be lieved to be that of a second man in the military plane was found about a quartermile from the main crash scene J The pilot of the Maryland Air National Guard plane Capt Juli us R McCoy Baltimore para chuted and was taken to Fred erick Memorial Hospital at Fred erick Md suffering from severe jurns on his face andhands GRACIAS SHE REPLIES Its Kim 1 Says Latin American General HIS MILITARY SERVICE was from August 1942 to January 1946 He served in the Army Air Force Hospital William Field in Ari zona from January 1943 to Sep tember 1944 His overseas duty with the 197th General Hospital as Chief of Cardiovascular Serv ice in the European Theater was from September 1944 to May 1945 Dr Egloff was married to Margaret Carson Bruce Brook line Mass July 13 1932 They made their home at 655 7th NE Surviving are his wife two sons Frank Egloff West Hartford Conn and David Allen Egloff Amherst Mass and a daughter Mrs David Martha Hume Richmond Va and a sister Mar tha Cone St Paul He was pre ceded in death by a son William Bruce Egloff in 1951 and by a brother Max DR EGLOFF was a member of St Johns Episcopal Church Benevolent Lodge 145 AF and AM Antioch Commandery No 45 Knights Templar Scottish Rite Bodies Valley of Sioux City and Abu Bekr Temple Sioux City He was a member of the Cerro Gordo County Medical Society the Iowa State Medical Society the American Medical Assn and the Iowa Clinical Society Dr Egloff also was a member of the American Legion Veterans of Foreign Wars and the Sports Car Club of America Funeral arrangements are in complete The PattersonJames Funeral Chapel is in charge WANT HBOMB BAN LONDON OPI Some 20000 people converged on Parliament from every corner of Britain Tuesday for the countrys big gest bantheHbomb demonstra HOLLYWOOD UP Lt Gen Rafael Trujillo Jr says he is in love with actress Kim Novak The head of the Dominican Republics air force broke his long silence on his personal life Monday night on a television program He said of Kim Shes a nice girl Shes very sincere And I like the way she is WHEN AN interviewer asked him if he was in love with her the uniformed beribboned gen eral paused then said Yes He said that he and his wife Octavia formally separated last December and that he started divorce proceedings in March He said Octavia will retain custody of their six children Trujillo said the United States had never sent money to his country where his father is the strong man US aid has been in the form of materials he said I like to spend mon ey he said And I spend my own money He said it came from sugar refineries and ranches owned by his family TRUJILLO 28 said he met Miss Novak 24 at a Holly wood dinner party The ex pensive car he gave her was a surprise hesaid He said the costly gifts he gave Zsa Zsa Gabor were just presents to an old friend Kims comment on his state ment was issued through her studio I liked Gen Trujillo from the first moment we met and Im sure I always will But at this time there is nothing I can add except my gratitude for the many nice things he has said about me William Bernard Casey 71 pio neer druggist in Mason 6ity died Tuesday morning at his home 69 River Dr following a heart attack He had been in the drug business in Mason City 47 y e a r s having been associated in the operation of four stares Mr Casey was born Jan 23 1887 on a farm CASEY near Osage son of Patrick and He was educated in the Osage schools and Columbia College now Lorasof Dubuque where he was graduated in 1904 HE WAS GRADUATED from the College of Pharmacy Univer sity of Iowa in 1908 In two weeks he wouldrhave celebrated his 50th year in pharmacy on June 13 There are but two other mem bers of his class remaining He worked two years at Charles City and two years in Mason City before buying his first store here A HOSPITAL spokesman said He doesnt remembej what hap pened Harry Nichelson of the Bruns wick volunteer fire department said the passenger plane fell in an open field Bodies were scattered every where he said Oh it was an awful sight No no question about anybody living after that I un SEEN AT THE POLLS Harold Stas sen former U S disarmament boss now seeking the governorship of Pennsylvan ia poses with Mrs Stassen photo at left as they cast their ballots in the pri AP Fhotofax mary election at Philadelphia At Gettys burg meanwhile President Eisenhower Stassens old boss pushes aside the cur tain of the voting booth right after marking his ballot Ike Takes Time Out to Vofe in Pennsylvania derstand it down after came straight it collided with that He purchased from DellWeed a half interest in 1912 in wtiat is now the Casey Drug Co 335 S Federal now operated by his son R D Dick Caseyv THE CITYS OLDEST druggist in point of service Mr Casey had other significant dates in his drugcareer in Mason City in ad dition to his 1912 purchase He military plane He said that by the time the first fire truck got to the scene about five miles away there was much smoke butno flames AN EYEWJTNESS stated it ap peared that the National Guard plane a T33 trainer was attempt ing to fly over the passenger plane but seemed to catchfire and dip into the side of the air liner It was the second major acci dent to a Capital Airlines plane in about six weeks On April 6 a Capital Viscount crashed onIand ing at Midland Mich Forty seven were killed Until then Capital had not had a passenger fatality in iVt years It also was the second collision of a commercial airliner and a military jet in a month On April 21 a United Airlines DC7 and an Air Force jet collided over Las Vegas Nev killing all 47 persons aboard the liner and both pilots in the jet A CAPITAL spokesman said it bought out Weed in 1920 and pur chased the Prescription Shop 9 East State in 1935 In 1947 he bought the MBA Pharjnacy at which time he sold his interest in the South Federal store to his son His latest store which he op erated with his son is the new Pharmacy in the Medical Arts Building Mr Casey was married to Re gina Dillon at Mount Carmel Church in Clinton April 12 1915 SURVIVING ARE his wife Re gina Dillon Casey son Richard Casey Mason City and two daughters Mrs Les Ann John stone Mason City and Mary Jean Martin Omaha a brother the Rt Rev Msgr V P Casey and sister Rebecca Kelly and nine grandchildren He was pre ceded in death by two brothers James and Phillip He was a member of St Josephs Catholic Church a life member of the Knights of Colum bus Council 1006 Mason City and the Monsignor Dougherty Council of the Knights of Columbus Funeral arrangements are in complete The Colonial Funeral Home is in charge AP Fhotofas KITTEN ON THE two days and nights Philadelphia mortician CJ Roman left had been hear ing sounds from the rear of his hearse where he should not have It wasnt a body squeak just a frightened kitten which had wrapped its legs around the springs so tightly that mechanic Harry right had to pry them loose The kitty was unhurt SAME fUf means no death fait 24 kourx was not known immediately whether any passengers boarded the plane at Pittsburgh The ship left Pittsburgh at am Capital said the plane Flight 300 left Chicago with 34 passen gres Most of them presumably stopped in Pittsburgh Capitals Washington office said state police reported the airliner hit intact meaning it did rot come apart in midair despite the collision The airliner burst into flames after crashing to earth Drivers Course for Those Under 18 Suggested DES MOINES WVA state ap proved driving course would be required of lowans seeking to ob tain a drivers license before their 18th birthday This was proposed Tuesday by Safety Commissioner Russell Jrown A drivers license now is ssued when a person reaches the age of 16 The Legislature would have to act upon any change and Browns proposal is being studied for pos sible presentation to the 1958 Gen eral Assembly The State Board of Public Instruction also has asked Brown to report on the pro posal at its June 19 meeting Browns plan would not make driver training compulsory but it would require a person under 18 years of age to successfully com plete a stateapproved driving training course to obtain a license The course would be offered by publichigh schools and would be optional for both students and the schools The state would pay per pupil to support the cost of the training Military Pay Increase Signed WASHINGTON UP President Eisenhower Tuesday signed leg latiotv boosting military pay with the aim of making career service more attractive The first year cost is figured at balf a billion dollars The increases effective for payrolls next month rwould go to most persons on active duty in the Air Force Army Navy and Marines with xmore than two years service DRAFTEES and young officers in their initial required duty tours would get no increase but boosts in base pay rangefrom a month for the five members o the Joint Chiefs of Staff down to additional for some privates and apprentice seamen Reservists on active duty o taking periodic training woulc share in the increases Retired personnel would get a lat 6 per cent costofliving in crease except for retired thre and fourstar generals who wouli get larger ones THE INCREASES also apply t uniformed members of the Coas Guard the Public Health Service and the Coast and Geodetic Sur vey Also approved is a new system of proficiency pay for enliste men which could go to skilled me chanics technicians or other ex perts It could be or a month extra or in the form o a promotion in grade ARMIES MERGE BAGHDAD Iraq Iraq and Jordanian armies merged fo maliy Tuesday Osage Gas System Bond Issue OKd OSAGEfA proposed bond is ue of not to exceed to uild a municipal natural gas istribution system was approved at a special election ere Monday The largest vote n a municipal election ever re orded here favored the proposal y 886540 Four years ago a nonexclusive ranchise for gas distribution was given to Peoples Gas and ilectric Co but no gas system las been installed to this time Burdick Wants His Marriage Annulled WASHING TON Usher Burdick wealthy 79yearold rancher has started egal action to annul his recent marriage to the former Mrs Jean Rodgers 30 He filed suit Tuesday in a ass County North Dakota disl iict court Dispatches from Far go N D said Burdick contends hat their Feb 28 marriage was not binding because it has not Deen consummated and her Reno divorce was not valid BULLETIN PARIS UP Frwieh National Assembly Tuesday approved the governments ex tension of powers bill for Al geria in a vote refecting Gen Charles fe Gaulles bid for power Uses Copter to Fly From White Hoiise FROM OUR WIRE GETTYSBURG Pa SERVICES Presl 5150 TAKEN FAIRFIELD took approximately in cash from a safe at the International Har vester Co implement office west of here Monday night dent Eisenhower dropped in by helicopter Tuesday just long enough to vote in Pennsylvanias Republican primary l The Presidents stopover here lasted only 12 minutes He flew on to Harrisburg Pa by heli copter where he arrived at Seven minutes later he boarded his personal plane tha Columbine H for the last a flight to New York whereVtie will make a major economic speech Tuesday night THE PRESIDENT marked his ballot by hand in a fire hall vot ing booth in the village of Baf low about five miles frpm Gettysburg farm i 1 His helicopter which he had aoarded at anv on the lawn of the White House in ton dropped down on a ball park directly behind the fire hall at am An election day crowd of 200 which was heavily sprinkled with newsmen and photographers greeted the President as he step ped from his craft WHEN HE EMERGED front the fire hall after marking his ballot a reporter called out Hey Ike did you vote for Har old E Stassen But the Presi dent only flashed his famoui grin Stassen former disarmament adviser to the President is seek ing the Republican nomination for Wont Listen to Red Threats About Lebanon DullesAvows WASHINGTON of State Dulles said Tuesday the United States is not barred by Soviet Communist threats from doing its duty anywhere in the world He made the statement at a news conference in discussing the crisis in Lebanon The So viet Union has issued warnings against any interference in Leb anons internal affairs Dulles said the President has plenty of authority under a Mid dle East policy resolution adopted by Congress more than a year ago to act to preserve Lebanons independence and in tegrity if necessary and if re quested to do so HG declared that Lebanon would not have to be attacked by international communism in order to make the resolution ef fective But he also asserted emphatically that the U S gov ernment is not anxious to have a situation develop that would serve as a pretext for introduc ing U S forces into the area Dulles also indicated that the administration feels it has broader authority under the so called Eisenhower Doctrine to help in the Middle East than originally understood He re ferred to the socalled Mansfield amendment to the Eisenhower Doctrine which declared that a threat to the security of any na tion is vital to U S security governor of Pennsylvania He is opposed by Arthur T McGonigle a pretzel manufacturer who has the backing of the states GOP organization Stassen until recently Presi dent Eisenhowers disarmament adviser concedes he will need a large turnout to win He optimis tically forecast a big vote But political observers expect fewer than 40 per cent of tha Keystone States 5134133 regis tered voters to go to the polls Colman Funeral to Be Held Wednesday HOLLYWOOD WVTop of the movie world Tuesday ex pressed high tribute to Ronald Colman 67 the gracious gentle man of the screen who died Mon day of pneumonia Many will journey to Santa Barbara 100 miles north of Hoi lywood for the funeral in AU Saints by the Sea Episcopal Church Wednesday afternoon Cremation will follow a   

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