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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 25, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowos Daily Newspaper Edited far LOBEGAZETTE VOL LXIV T H I NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10 WANS NEIGHBORS I AuocUted and United mienwttoiiml FuB Wire MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JULY M IfSI HOME EDITION CoaaUti of Two Ml Follow UN Rules Tells Soviets West Oil Position Good No Threat of Famine By ANDREW SHONFIELD New York Herald Tribune Ntws Strvicc LONDON The oil position of the Western world is for the moment very comfortable This time there is no threat of an oil famine in Europe as there was at the time of the Suez crisis two years always assum ing that the Sheikdom of Kuwait remains firmly attached to the West In the turbulent Middle East the Sheikdom of Kuwait is the key supplying nearly one third of the areas shipments to the nonCommunist world In event of a conflict Kuwait would be fairly easy to control directly by military means It is compact on the coast and there is only a short stretch of pipeline to be kept undersurveillance THIS NO DOUBT is recognized by the Sheik as one of the many compelling reasons for keeping on friendly terms with the West Add to Kuwaits output that of the one nonArab oil state in the Middle East Iran where supplies are not jeopardized and you have over half of the total oil produc tion of the area Moreover production in both these countries could be increased rapidly If Iraq and Saudi Arabia had to be counted out with a consequent loss of 80 to 90 million tons of oil a year it is estimatedthat Kuwait and Iran could supply an additional 20 million tons in a matter of a couple of months and would probably be ableto make good the whole of the loss in a year or so But there would in fact be no need to proceed to extreme meas ures to force up their output FIRST OF ALL oil stocks in Europe are high Second Vene zuela has had to cut back her output quite sharply because of the fall in demand for fuel oil as a result of the United States recession and many millions of tons would be immediately forth coming from this source if any one were willing to buy it Third there is the enforced cut back of oil production in the U S because of the re cessionAn extra 30 million to 40 million tons a year could be pro duced just by letting the Amer ican oilmen in Texas and else where resume normal operations Finally there is a worldwide surplus of tankers available which could be brought into use if the Suez Canal were blocked or the oil pipeline to the Eastern Mediterranean were cut SO FAR the countries astride the Canal and the pipelines have remained remarkably quiet None of the things which happened last time when the Western powers sent troops into the Middle East have occurred The Syrians have not touched the pipes bringing the oil from Iraq across their territory the Egyptians have not tampered with the ships going through the Canal and the Saudis have not repeated their refusal to supply their oil to unpopular customers Perhaps the people concerned have realized that none of this U N to Start Making Preparations for Big Conference Thorny Problems Arise FKOM OUR WIRE SERVICES UNITED NATIONS Western sources said Friday the UN Security Count prob ably will be called into session early next week to work out arrangements for a summit meeting here These quarters said they have been given the definite impres sion that the Soviet Union will accept President Eisenhowers reported proposal that such de tails as time place and partici pants be settled through UN channels Members of the 11nation Council are keeping in close touch with the EastWest ex changes and are ready to meet quickly if Soviet Premier Ni kita Khrushchev agrees to this procedure Secret consultations are going on now to settle the thorny is sueof Iraqi representation on the Council in advance of the summit meeting U N press officers expected a rush of at least 2000 news men to the New York head quarters to cover the vital than twice the 800 who flocked here in 1956 to cover the debates during the Suez crisis Secretary General Dag Ham marskjold saw some diplomats and discussed arrangements for housing a summit meeting but he was saying nothing and neither were they Right now preparations for a possible summit meeting out weighed everything else here Under present plans all the public would see of the meeting willbe on coun cil rooms will be too crowded to admit them It was tentatively planned to bar the public from theU N Building Mason City Generally fair through Saturday High Satur day 8387 Low Friday night 52 56 BETTER LUCK NEXT TIME Doris Tucker right squeals with joy as she scoops upthe brides bouquet following the wedding of Janet Camp and James AP Photofax left was tightlipped From the tapping of her right foot and the expression on her face one gets the impression she Beck at Tucson Ariz But Mary Saponara about it all The Weather are expected Rainfall average onefourth to will three fourths of an inch occurring as showers and thunderstorms Iowa Generally fair Friday night Sunday and again about Tues and Saturday A little cooler day or Wednesday Agreement by Ozark Pilots Reached at St Louis Word was received in Mason City Friday that Ozark Air Lines pilots and management reached an agreement Thursday night and have entered into a twoyear la Democrats Converge on Capital DBS MOINES Demo crats anticipate little change in this years party platform but new faces are expected on the state committee to be elected at Saturdays preconvention ca cuses In the 1st District LeeA Gauk ler Davenport and Mrs Jack White Iowa City have indicated party officials said they will not be candidates for reelection as committeeman and committee woman In the 4th Steven V Carter Leon has announced he will not seek reelection because he is a candidate for Congress JAKE MORE Democratic state chairman said there is some talk in the 8th District that there might be a change in the two posts But its still pnly talk he said Harold Ohlson Spirit Lake and Mrs Ruth Cuthbert Storm Lake are committeman and com mittee woman And in the 2nd District Edward A McDermott Dubuque has no tified state headquarters by let ter that he will not be a candi date for reelection Heisermon Picked by southeast Friday night low 54Minnesota Most fair and racl retroactive to last CA 1rnimn i TTU 0tJ rrr nr DOr COIHrdl1 rCirOdLUVf IU Idbl 60 Warmer northwest Saturday Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average 4 to 8 degrees below normal Saturday through next Wednesday Normal highs 88 north to 91 south Normal lows 63 north to 66 south Cooler Monday otherwise only mirior daily temperature High Saturday 7585 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Friday Maximum 83 Minimum 55 At 8 am 70 Precipitation 70 YEAR AGO Maximum 76 Minimum 56 Fire DELAY WASHINGTON UPI The FCC Friday put off for a year the would do age the West much dam Lenze Home Fire caused an estimated sev eral thousand dollars damage Fri noon at the Leonard Lenze home 1018 Harrison N W Although the blaze was extinguished by fire men before it spread throughout the onestory house fire and smoke damage to the en tire inside of the building and its furnishings was extensive The flames started firemen said on a rear porch and spread to the kitchen and a bedroom be fore they were stopped No one was home at the time the firebroke out Lenze a pow erhouse engineer at Lehigh Port land Cement Co was working and his wife was downtown The Lenzes two children were at a neighbors home said M r s Lenze Firemen had not yet deter mined the cause of the blaze The house and its furnishings Mrs Lenze reported are covered by i insurance granting of pay TV permits quarters Oct 31 Fred Myers the lines operations manager announced the settlement at St Louis The new contract provides for changes in wages and rules A strike had been threatened by the pilots earlier this month RED FACE DEPT COLUMBUS Ohio Embar rassed police in nearby West Jef ferson Friday reported that some one stole their radio monitor set right off the desk at police head Bow and Arrow With Twist Used by Rebels BEIRUT weapon of byj gone bow and 36 LOTS in Freight has come back into use in the T j GQ Qff Tracks Lebanese rebellion but now it has a modern warhead The reb els are shooting coneshaped dy namite charges into government positions with ordinary bows The unorthodox weapon was dis played by a rebel officer A dyna mite charge was attached to a heavy arrow As soon as the fuse is lit the archer aims the arrow on a steep trajectory timing it to explode just before hitting the iround up to 100 yards away JESUP W Illinois Central Railroad crews continued their efforts Friday to clear a double track blocked by the mcnt of 36 cars of an derail 88car freight five miles east of here Thursday night A broken journal on an axle of one of the cars was blamed for the derailment No one was injured The freight was bound from Council Bluffs to Chicago I SIGHT FOR SOAR S Navy Comdrs Mal colm D Ross left and M Lee Lewis retired enter gondola of their balloon for a 24hour test sitting prior to ascending to 80000 feet in a scientific soaring over Minnesota Despite the expected changes More said he has had no indica tion as yet about who will be can didates for vacated posts More also said he doesnt know of any move in past push him out of the state chairmans seat If there is he said I havent heard of it THE MORE THAN 3000 Demo crats converging at Veterans Me morial Auditorium here Saturday for the convention are expected to give a sweeping endorsement to the platform proposed by the resolutions committee The plat form itself will show little change from party platforms in past years especially in advocating the 2 per cent sales tax More said In my judgment he com mented It wiil give full support to Gov Herschel Loveless on what he has done and what he has attempted to do The Governors program will be incorporated into t h e plat form Rep Merwin Coad Boone will address the morning session Gov Loveless who will serve as permanent chairman will deliver the keynote address at 2 pm Red Oak Residents Killed in Canada FALCON LAKE Manitoba UPl members of a Red Oak Iowa family and a Minnesota woman were killed Thursday in a collision of their car and a truck that went out of control on the TransCanada Highway five miles west of this summer resort The lowans were identified as Frank Freed 74 his wife Edna 70 and their daughter Marie 40 The name of the Minnesota woman reported to be a relative was withheld CRASH KILLS THREE TOKYO UPI A disabled U S B57 jet bomber crashed into a Japanese village near here Friday killing the pilot and two Japanese boys The navigator of the plane a Japanese woman and her two children were in jured seriously BRIG KASSEM KASSEM Dreamed of Revolution 25 Years BAGHDAD Ab del Karim Kassem dreamed of revolution for nearly a quarter of a century before triggering the plot that finally overthrew the monarchy in Iraq 11 days ago The soldierpremier smiled frequently as he told a news conference Thursday of his long wait to achieve his aims Kassem said he began pre paring in earnest for the revo lution three years ago but too many spies appeared and he considered the time was not ripe then It was not until this mpnth ihat a favorable opportunity presented itself he said I read it in the eyes of the peo ple DBS MOINES The Republi can state judicial convention Friday nominated District Judge J E Heiserman Anamosa for the short term seat on the Iowa Supreme Court He will itake his place on the GOP ticket in the November gen eral election to succeed the late Justice William A Smith Du buque Justice Smiths term ex pires Janl 1961 Luke Linnan Algona Democrat now holds the court seat on an interim basis He was appointed by Gov Loveless The convention also nominated Justices Theodore G Garfield Ames Ralph A Oliver Sioux City and Charles F Wenner strum Chariton for six year terms Their present terms ex pire next Jan 1 Earlier in a district caucus Franklin Jaqua 58 Hum boldt attorney withdrew as a candidate for the short term nomination That left only Judge Heiserman 53 as an announced candidate Jaqua gave as a reason for withdrawing that he had too little tiine to make contacts across the state Approximately 1200 delegates Dispatch to Letter Parley Date Big Problem WASHINGTON Uri President Eisenhower proposed to Soviet Premier Khrushchev Friday that the United Nations Security Coun cil determine whether a Middle Eastsummit conference is gen erally acceptable If so he said the Council should determine meeting date and make other ar rangements v In a letterreleased by the White House Eisenhower said he was glad to note thait Khrushchev had withdrawn his original pro posal for a fivepower meeting of government heads at Geneva out side the UN White House press secretary AS FOR THE FUTURE Kas sem said everything will be done for the benefit of the na tion He said the provisional con stitution for the Iraqi republic proclaimed after the assassina tion of King Faisal will be an nounced soon and go into effect after a plebiscite The premier told newsmen that regarding our foreign re lations I believe that everyone knows we are a peaceloving country We are building our foreign relations on the basis of mu tual interests with other coun tries and we consider our selves bound by the United Na tions Charter he said KASSEM SAID Iraq would cooperate fully with the United Arab Republic of Egypt and Syria which is opposed to the proWestern Baghdad Pact Regarding Iraqs participa tion at the forthcoming meet ing of Baghdad Pact members Kassem said the four remain ing member states Iran Tur key Pakistan and Britain have not yet recognized the new regime and we are not prepared to discuss this matter before recognition by the coun tries concerned SAME Black means traffic death la U attended the convention In reso lutions the delegates endorsed the platform adopted by the state GOP convention and asked that judicial salaries be reviewed to djust to the current higher cost f living Fort Dodge Farmer Nephew Killed in TractorTruck Crash FORT DODGE MaHin er 36 and his 8yearold neph w Timothy Back were killed when their farm tractor ollided with a semitrailer truck in U S 20 seven miles east of here Mallinger a bachelor who armed less than a mile east of he accident scene was operat ng the tractor when it apparent y swerved into the side of the railer as the truck attempted to pass Back son of Mr and Mrs eslie Back who also live on the Mallinger farm died at a Fort Dodge hospital He was thrown rom the tractor Richard Brussow 28 Jackson Mich driver of the semi wasnt lurt He said the cab had cleared he truck and that apparently Mallinger had bumped into the gas tank on the side The tractor was broken in half and Mallinger was pinned under the rear dual wheels of the trail er for an hour before his body could be removed Pleasant Weekend in Store for Iowa Cool bright summer weather was in prospect for Iowa for most of the weekend although occa sional showers might dampen any Sunday outings Skies cleared across the state after showers and thunderstorms bounced around Iowa Thursday More than an inch of rain was reported at several places Web ster City received 120 inches of rain in a 20minute storm Thurs day Buckeye got 115 Brooklyn 107 and Marshalltown one inch and Mason City 70 James Hagerty said Eisenhower personally would attend a summit meeting in New York under the conditions spelled out in his new letter The President also ruled put limiting the agenda to Khrush chevs charges of British arid US aggression in Jordan and Lebanon Eisenhower said it must Middle East problems generally TH E NQTE was written by El senhower and Dulles Thursday and cleared with British and French leaders early Friday Jit was handed toSovietAmbassador MikhailA Menshikovby Dulles at the State Department a few minutes after 1 pm The White House arranged for its publica tion about an hour later Eisenhower thus slowed the pell which Khrushchev seemedto set week ago with his demand for an immediate emergency meeting at Geneva Eisenhower also was obviously intent upon having the Security Council fix the ground rules for the meeting He and Dmlescon sider this preferable to any kind of a special fivepower conference outside the gested by Khrushchev The Western leaders hajve pro posed np firm dates but it is known they consider Aug 8 tlie earliestpossible time with Aug 11 possibly the latest INFORMANTS SAID Western leaders are determined to resist Khrushchevs rush tactics They feel the rush tactics are intended to give an exaggerated impres sion of the peril of war Khrushchev had proposed start Monday but that is now ob viously impossible Some question remained whether French Pre mier Charles de Gaulle will be willing to attend at all although dispatches from Paris indicated that he probably would Secretary of State Dulles meanwhile held to his plan to take off for Bonn Germany to night on a schedule that calls for his absence from Washington un til Tuesday Dulles will confer with Chan cellor Konrad Adenauer in Bonn for several hours Saturday after noon and go on to London Satur day night for sessions of Baghdad Pact Council 7 Members of Family Drown During Flood SPENCER W Va UPI Seven members of one family drowned when a flash flood struck a rural area about 25 miles south west of here Friday The only member of the family of John Willowby to escape was Willowby himself His wife and six chil dren died as the sevenfoot deep waters ripped the house from its foundation and tore it apart as it swept it away Ireton Trucker Dies in Rural Road Crash IRETON Albert Hughes Ireton truck driver was killed Friday in a cartruck collision at a country road intersection about four miles northwest of here Two persons in the car Gilbert De Weerd and William Polous both of Ireton were injured They were reported in good condition at Sioux Center hospital   

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