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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 6, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited lot tht BEOAZETTE T H I NEWS P A f I R T M A T M A K E S ALL NORTH I 0 W A N S N E I 6 H I OR S HOME EDITION VOL Associated Prcu u4 United iBlcrnaiiona Full LCIM Wires 7e Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY OCTOBER 1951 Thii PaperConsUU ef Two One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO IISOOJ PM fell WOI Amci Mil pm Tuesday WXAD Qulney 930 pm WSUL U City pm Weve Got to Start em Young ME DAY RECENTLY I said my goodbye to two wonderful little granddaughtersat theair port One is 6 years old the other is 7 We had just helped both celebrate their birthdays while with usBoth were born in Ger many As youd guess they were accompanied by their parents The four are returning to Beirut following a twomonths vacation mostly in our home A few days after their arrival things started popping in a big way in that part of the world The fall of the Iraqi government trig gered the dispatch of our troops to Beirut Their landing was with in seeing distance of the familys apartment home overlooking his toric Pigeon Rock at the extreme end of the Mediterranean Because he is associated with a heavy construction concern Avhich is building a dam on a tributary of the Tigris River to the north and west of Baghdad in Iraq the father of these two won derfulgrandchildren and arent all grandchildren wonderful had to fly back to the Middle East three days after his arrival in Iowa AFTER CHECKING on the equipment and personnel involved in that Iraqi project this sonin law flew back to America again and Im glad to report was able to extend the family vacation by the two weeks consumed in this hasty return to what has been home for the Paul Hooks for the past years So much by way of Now for my story Ive already mentioned paying goodbye to my The farewell was in English al though it could just as well have been in one of three other lan guages so far as those little gals age 6 were concerned It was I not they who chose the language They have a remark able speaking acquaintanceship with German French and Arabic as well as with English four lan guages in all And thats the gen eral subject of this commentary Nancy and Susie learned their English as most youngsters do They picked it up from their par ents in their home first at Frank furt then at Berlin all in Ger Red Chinese Guns Silent Bid Stud i WRECKED SCHOOLROOMS Two of the classrooms in the Tehn AP Photofax wreaked Enforced integration started High School damaged by dynaimite here two years agobut there had been sions amply show the devastation no previous disturbances this fall 7 Killed in Iowa Crashes A rash of traffic accidents over the weekend claimed the lives of seven lowans three of them in volved in a twocar collision The latest victim was Edmunc Cheng 41 Coralville an assistah professor at Iowa State College He diedearly Mondaywhen thi car collided with nea Tiffin Carl Reid 47 Whittemore was killed late Saturday when he los control of his car near the June lion of US 18 and Iowa 44 on the KossuthPalo Alto County line KOSSUTH COUNTY Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst said Reids ca skidded along the shoulder ofth road and rolled over hurling Reid out Lindhorst said the ca then rolled over Reid Reid was returning from th Palo Alto County hospital at Em metsburg where his wife had jus given birth to their fifth child Earlier three persons died i a collision of two cars at a count road intersection three mile east of Hazleton Tfie Weather City Partly cloudywarm erMonday night low mid50s High Tuesday mid70s owa Generally fair a little warmer through Tuesday Low Monday night low 50s to low Os FiveDay towa Temperatures will average 3 to 6 degrees above normal Tuesday through Saturday Normal highs north to 69 south Normal lows 41 north to 45 south Slow warming trend through Thurs day Turning cooler Saturday Rainfall will be moderate to heavy averaging about one half inch occurring Friday and Saturday Minnesota Partly cloudy pleas ant High Tuesday hear75 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Monday Maximum 64 Minimum 45 At 8 am 50 YEAR AGO Maximum 68 Minimum 39 GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Sunday Maximum 81 Minimum 25 Decision ST LOUIS US Court of Appeals Monday ex tended a temporary restraining order through Oct15 to prevent the Little Rock school Believes TAIPEI Formosa Chi nas guns remained silent Mon day while a big Americanescort ed convoy unloaded supplies at Quemoy Peiping announced a sevenday ceasefire effective Sunday mid night on the condition that the United States stop escorting Na tionalist Chinese convoys to the embattled island The United States formally wel comed the offer to cease and in dicated US escorts will stop if the ceasefire continues The ceasefire order was cou pled with a call to Nationalist President Chiang Kaishek to ne gotiate directly ona settlement over Formosa and the offshore is lands rejected any such direct negotiations with the Commu nists He said the Peiping an nouncement was a trick and de ception and he hoped the Unit ed States would continue to escor Nationalist supply convoys wit board from schools for leasing private the high operation LONG TIME NO SEE This is the US atomic submarine Seawolf wliich docked Monday at New London Conn after setting a record for continuous underwater days Skipper is Cmdr Richard BLarining 40 Amherst VaOne of the crewmen on board was Radioman Louis C Krug Jr West Bend Iowa NEARLY DOUBLES OLD RECORD Sub SeaWolf Surfaces After 60 Days many They learned their Ger man from German speaking maids and they learned it fully as well as they had learned their English It was hard to tell which was their first and which their second language VIVID in my memory at this moment is a visit I made in the home of my daughter some 5V4 years ago She and her husband were living in Frankfurt Ger many The older daughter Nancy was a scant year and died in a Sioux City hos half old at the time believe it onpital Saturday of injuries suf KILLED INthe accident were Leanette DeMuth 43 of near Stanley her 11yearold son Lar ry and Gertrude Lucille Luloff 45 of Aurora Eva Luella Almy 89 of Grin nell died of injuries Friday sev eral hours after an auto colli sion near Grinncll Stuart Speaknian 16 of near Iowa Sky Diver Killed in Fall at Holy Cross HOLY CROSS Living ston 23 Ames member of the Des Moines Sky Divers Club hurtled 1500 feet to his death here Sunday afternoon when his parachute failed to open during underracial segregation date hear arguments on of a decision by Federal Judge John E Miller in Arkansasin which he constitutional questions were raised about Ar kansas law involved in the segregation case The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People appealedMiliers decision and asked for the injunction to replace a order issued at Omaha Neb last Monday THE EXTENSION of tem porary injunction camedespite a warning by the attorney for the Little Rock School There will be no Board that high school its 7th Fleet warships SAMPSON SHEN Chiangs in formation director declared th purpose of Peipings order was t create a split between Taipeiand a split appeared to have been the result in the ifirstreactiOD of officials in the wo capitalsTjf J s hWever Tivately expressed their delight ven at the limitedand condition 1 ceasefire Washington reports aida rejection of Peipings an louncement was out of the ques ion These reports pointed out hat with a ceasefire the reason or American escorts ceased to exist In Washington a link was seen Peipings order and a sharp statement by Soviet Pre mier Khrushchev ng the Soviet Union would not je drawn into an allChinese war on the side of Red China unless the United States attacked the making his first smoking ignited her clothing died in a hospital here Sunday SPRECKLES DIES SAN MATEO Calif Wl Ru dolph Sifeckels 86 retired finan cier and son of sugar kingClaus A Spreckels died Saturday not fered before in an But even at that tender age accident near Lawton was able to give me some valu able aid as an interpreter and translator in my dealings with the cook and the maid It was a bit embarrassing toobecause 1 had had a couple years of Ger man in high school and univer sity My daughter comforted me however by assuring me that Nancy had been a gobetween for her domestic help while she was learning the conversational Ger man which comes so easily to youngsters This story repealed itself last year when on a trip around the world 1 stopped off to visit the Hooks in Beirut Lebanon This time both granddaughters at the1 ripe old ages of 4 and 5 helped me to make niv wants known to the Arabic cook and the cleaning woman who served my daughters family A BIT LATER in their school where they speak only French in the forenoon and only Arabic in the afternoon it was discov ered by their mother that some of the Arabic they had been learning from the domestic help was decidedly on he uncouth side But that doesnt alter the fact that at ages 3 and 4 they had learned enough of a rather diffi cult language lo serve their versational needs and minej too In this visit with you Im not talking about any new discovery For the past 17 years since I didj Turley and TJerra an air sow Livingston jump left the plane at about 1500 feet The plane was piloted by George De Tillot 24 West Des Moines Authorities said it was not known whether Livingston waited too long to pull the rip cord or froze as he was falling An in vestigation is planned His body was found on a farm ABOARD USS SKYLARK at Sea via radiophone UPI The atomic submarine USS Seawolf came up from the depths of the Atlantic Ocean Monday after being submerged W days The submarine rescue vessel Skylark of New London Conn home base of the nuclear under sea fleet flagship stood by as the Seawolf came into view in a mighty upheaval of foaming sea As soon as she leveled off the deck hatches opened and Cnidr Richard B tanning Amherst Va its skipper took his place on the bridge A blinker on the Sky lark messaged a coded wel come to the 3240 ton sub rts 11 officers and approximately 89 crewmen who got their first breath of outer air since leav ing New London Aug 7 Lanning set a course for home where families and friends Navy and civil digni taries gave them a rousing greeting and whisked them off to a 90car parade and a recep tion at Mohegan Hotel The record surpassed the pre vious one made by USS last May which was 31 days SVi hours ion Davenport Woman Victim of Burns DAVENPORT Mrs Virgil Johnson 52 Davenport who sufabout three miles north of here third degree burns Satur day when the cigarette she was SAME where the club was staging the air show Holy Cross is located in north ern Dubuque County Maos Son Killed in Korea Reds Say HONG KONG Wi The local Communist newspaper Ta Kung Pao reported Monday that the son of Red Chinese boss Mao Tze Tung was killed during the Korean War The paper said Mao Anying left with the first group of Chi nese volunteers for Korea in October 1950 and was killed one month later The U S Consulate here said this was the first lime the Communist press had men tioned the death of Maos son opened in Little Rock unless the schools are At Clinton Tenn the Atomic Energy Commission turned an abandoned elementary school a nearby Oak Ridge over to the bombedout students of the ra cially integrated Clinton High School and state investigators meanwhile sifted for clues in th shell of the school torn by three rapidfire explosions Sunday Seg regationists were blamed for the bombing School Principal W D Human toldAsome 700 subdued Students including seven of 11 Negro children enrolled at the school that they wouldattend classes in the abandoned Linden School at Oak Rid g e The 26classroom building is owned by the AEC which operates the vast atomic energy research and production center six miles west of here Oak Ridge schools federally operated are integrated THE EXPLOSIONS timed off at threeminute intervals in foggy larkness turned the interior of he 20cassroom Clinton school nto a shambles of collapsed vails twisted lockers and buckled lommunist regime As Washing ton saw it Khrushchev was tug ging Peiping back from the brink HIGH RANKING Nationalist and American officers metto consider the new situation Amer ican sources said a recommen dation would come from the con ferences on whether to continue or withdraw American escorts The fact that the Nationalist convoy arriving at Quemoy Monday was accompanied to the Lhreemile limit off the island by American warships did not mean a decision had been madeit was emphasized here Officers said the convoy had been formed and was on its way before Red Chinas defense minister Peng Tehhuai announced that the Red guns were being silenced after 44 days of bombardment Peng said the halt was ordered out of humanitarian considera tions for the 130000 civilians and troops on the Quemoyswhom cAGTEL GANDOLFO Italywi Pius XII suffered a stroke Monday However a medical bul letin said the Popes condition later tppreciafaly ihaprbved The 82yearold pontiff was stricken at his summer residence here The Popes great stamina which brought him through grave illness in 1954 asserted it self again Angelo dellAcqua sub stitute secretary of state visited the Pope a few hours after the stroke andreported the improve ment in his condition He empha sized however that his condition continued grave Informants at the press office World Series Linescore Braves R H Burdctte Iizarro Wiiley S and Crandall floors and roof Human estimated the damage at Clinton High students Monday gathered for an assembly in the adjacent gymnasium where Hu man told them Linden school would be opened for classroom work Thursday He said regular classes would be resumed Tues day in makeshift facilities at the gym the Clinton community cen ter across the street and a par of the towns elementary schoo he pictured as suffering from hunger and cold lowan Pleads Guilty to Sjaying Policeman DAVENPORT copkiller LaVern L Zaehringer 29 Davenport pleaded guilty Monday to charges of murder and assault with intent to commit Linn Grove X Girl Wins Hoop Contest Connie Hagedorn 10 Linn Grove won the marathon Jiula hoop contest sponsored by the Ma son City Junior Chamber of Com merce Saturday more on her abil ity with the hoop than for her en durance After six hours and 50 minutes of hip swinging Connie and four other girls were still going strong when the judges parents and of ficials of the contest decided to call it quits They then had the girls run through a series of tricks with the hoops to determine the winner POPE PIUS Xtl in the local contest by age group roves n Vatican City said Extreme Unction the churchs last rites or the dyinghad been given the Here at Castel Gandolfo dellAcqua said that to his nowledge Extreme Unction had not been given The Pope weakened suddenly during the night after showing mprovement from an attack of gastritis complicated by hiccups The hiccups that had bothered rim for several days vanished Then at am he suffered a circulatory cerebral attackV a bulletin from his physicians re ported Unofficial sources said the Pope was paralyzed and could not be moved from his summer palace p Vatican City where facilities for treatment are better DR ANTONIO GASBARRINF a specialist from Bologna was called to the Popes bedside This underscored the gravity of the condition of the spiritual ruler of nearly half a billion Catholics At about noonaccording to un official reports the Pope roused briefly from his coma opened his eyes and murmured a few words The pontiffs immediate family including his nephews and nieces were ushered to an antechamber of the pontiffs bedroom Since the four runnersup in the This was the second serious ill marathon were each 11yearolds RUNNERUP SPOT in the concach of them will be considered murder in connection with a gun battle here July 16 in which a veteran police detective was kill ed and another wounded Zaehringer entered the plea be fore District Judge M L Sulton Sutlon set 10 am Friday to hear testimony and impose sentences Sutton must determine the degree of murder until Linden school is prepared UNDER CONTROL MONROVIA Ca contest fighters were bringing under con test went to Lucille Kiiven 11 2244 23rd SW and third place went to Sandra Grant 11 NE Debbie Heitland 11 RR 2 lear Lake was fourth and Bar bara May 11 2377 20th SW was fifth A total of USOO children took part in the days activities with the high 276 being eligible for the marathon Connie will be sent by Station KGLO to the national hoop con test Oct 18 in Lima Ohio Leav ing Mason City with her the morn ing of Oct 17 will be her mother and Mr and Mrs Ted Hedstrum Hcdstrum headed the Junior Chamber of Commerce commit tee in charge of the local hoop he winner for that age Local merchants are contributing prizes The winner of the national con est the Linn Grove girl now is entering will receive a weeks ex pensepaid visit to Hollywood Refrigerator Falls Atop Charles City Boy Injuries Fatal Wik Jr 4 was killed here Sunday night when a refrigerator toppled ness in four years for the pontiff News of the latest illness came in the 19th year of the Popes reign It halted all administrative activity of the church at the Vati can VATICAN SOURCES said death might come swiftly or the condi tion could continue for a long time In the event of long inca pacity cardinals of the church stationed in Rome would take over many of the duties The Pope became ill after car rying on a heavy load of work and daily audiences at this sum mer residence outside Rome over on him Tommy the son of Tom Four years ago he was forced a long confinement after re WATER STARTS FIRE jtrol Monday the last of a scries THE GROUP will travel in a 1959 PUEBLO Colo brush fires whichaulo use of which was donated destroyed lbV a Mason City car sales firmjwhen it foil on him He died caused a S20 fire Sunday in killed one man ULOHV Joseph Caps automobile A galjeight homes and an estimated father farmer mayjshort time later and Mrs Nelson Hagen CharlescovcrinS from a grave illness City was visiting his grandpar He was born Eugenic Paceiii in ents Mr and Mrs John March 2 1876 He was who operate the Gilbert Hotel created a cardinal in 1929 and The Meyers said the boy March 2 1939 swinging on the refrigerator door ICONTWUED ON PAGE Home run McDougald third none on HURRAY FOR J pa k nuif iiu II uaii 1 lid IVU j 7 ailUl L LI Hit E TV 2 1 3 Ion of distilled water on the backmountain cabins and hlackencdnv his plane to Lima Oct 18 ifj Furcral arrangements are was advised jSeal focused Ihc suns rays onlojlhousands of acres of southernjcorn picking work permits jcomplete at the Hauser FuneralMonday he has won a compel the upholstery until it set it afireJ California foothills 1 Awards will be given to winncrsHome i lion for road safely   

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