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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 7, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited tot UM UTY T M I N E W f k P I t T H A T M A K S A L I N 0 t T H I 0 W AN S N E I G H I O R S HOME EDITION VOL Associated tad Uiritod Praw International Fun Wirei 7c Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY OCTOBER 7 1951 This Paper Consists of Two 111 A New Look at Capital Ikes Staff Has Changed By ROBERT DONOVAN New York Herald Tribune News Service WASHINGTON House staff which will surrounc President Eisenhower from now until Jan20 1961 will be mor conservative and less dominate by a single personality than hi bid staff In the opinion of Washingto observers this was the signif cance of the recent staff change Under Maj Gen Wilton B Per sons Ret the office of the As sistant to the President will no be the oneman powerhouse it ha been under Sherman Adams A signs point toward a Irarisforma tion in which many of the task Adams has performed will be spread among other members of the staff Another prospect is that the change will mean greater influ ence in the White House for Vice President Richard M Nixon There is no thought of the Vice Presidents stepping into the White House and exercising any kind of executive authority But he and Gen Persons are much closer personally than Nixon has been to Adams and Gen Per sons is likely to be more recep tive tp Nixons views and to his help than Adams has been POLITICALLY Persons an Alabaman with a longback ground as an Army officer is more conservative than Adams By temperament he is more cau tious Under his direction of the White House staff it is likely that Gerald DMorgan special coun sel to the President will a fig ure of rising influence Morgan is rated as a sound lawyer butas one of the conserv atives on the staff Not through any calculatec policy on the Presidents part but as a result of personal circum stances the more liberal mem bers of the staff men like Max well M Rabb and Dr Gabriel Hauge are goneThe White1 House staff as constituted today has a very practical character noticeably lacking in the kind of idea men who were around in the days of C D Jackson and Nelson A Rockefeller The feeling In Washington is that if the President had wished to have another onemanband in Sherman Adams office he would have moved an eminent outsider into Adams place By promoting Gen Persons to the job instead Eisenhower has kept the White House machinery in familiar hands holding dislocation to a minimum but has taken a def inite step toward spreading out authority among the rest of the staff MODERN HOSPITAL CONCEPT DEVELOPED Advancing Age of lowans DES MOINES W The ad vancing age of Iowas popula tion is one of the major prob lems facing the state mental hospitals a study of the in stitutions revealed Tuesday Another is what to do about the many elderly patients now in the mental institutions for whom there is little hope for cure or substantial improve ment But the report prepared by Dr James Cromwell state di rector of mental institutions said Iowa is gradually develop ing a modern mental hospital concept This has sharply re duced the number of patients in the four state hospitals In fact thereport said the patient load now is the lowest in more than 30 years In the long run Dr Crom well said modern treatment methods cost the taxpayer less than older techniques although more expensive This is true he explainedbecause intensive modern treatment sharply re duces the length of time a pa tient need be hospitalized But elderly patients present a special problem that sooner or later must be solved the re port said About 28 per cent of the pa tients admitted to the state hospitals have been those over M who were diagnosed as suf ferers from senile psychosis or cerebral is mental deterioration brought on by age Theres no known cure for these ailments Thus most of these patients remain in the in stitution until they die The longer the patient stays the more difficult it isfor him to be released even when bet ter treatment later becomes available the report said This creates the urgency of early diagnosis and intensive treatment nt in ues LABOR TROUBLE This was the dam age caused to the office of the Jensen Construction Co following an explosion which officials believe was caused by a AP Photbtax dynamite charge The Des Moines firm has had labor trouble with an unnamed union on a bridge project in Nebraska Fair Play Important r Id wansTold NEW YORK W Tthe Nation al Fair CampaignPractices Com mittee said Tuesday an incident in the Iowa governorship race had both focused attention on the importance of fair play and demonstrated the benefits of an alert and responsible press These comments were made in a statement issued by committee chairman Charles P Taft after studying a Democratic Party complaint and an explanation submitted to the committee by the Republicans Taft said THE CASE itself has had one good effect in that it focused the attention of candidates political organizations and voting citizens on the importance of fair play in political campaigns But it has also demonstrated The Weather Mason City Scattered showers Tuesday night and Wednesday Little cooler Tuesday night lows mid to upper 50s High Wednesday middle 60s lowa Cloudy w i t h occasional showers a little cooleVvTuesday high in Jighf showers Tuesday night cooler north central low in 50s Wed nesday partly cloudy little change in temperature Minnesota Scattered showers cooler High Wednesday in 70s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum 83 Minimum 57 At 8 am 57 Precipitation 185 YEAR AGO Maximum 67 Minimum 48 the danger to comments and all concerned of questions formu lated in the style of there is no evidence that my opponent beats his wife There is one additional and important benefit Tlus incident has demonstrated the capacity of an alert and responsible press 4 Killed on Iowa Roads By UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL Four Roman persons Catholic including tw Two Inches Of Rain in Mason City An early autumn thunderstorm eft abouttwo inches of moistur n theMason City areaTuesday The official reading at the CGLO transmitter at 8 am was 85 inches and the rain con inued intermittently until about when skies lightened The ashing shower pierced by crack ling lightning began about Nationalist Guns Fire on Planes TAIPEI Formosa ist Chinese antiaircraft guns on Quemoy punctuated the ceasefire in the Strait Tuesday firing on eight Communist planes which flew over the offshore is land The Nationalist Defense Minis try said the Red aircraft did not attack were not hit by the Nationalist fire They flew back toward the mainland The Quemoy antiaircraft bat eries were the first guns to go off in the area since the Comrnu nists proclaimed a sevenday ceasefire effective 40 hours be fore am It was one of Mason Citys lardest rains of the year It came oo late however to help mois turestarved crops in the immedu ate Mason City area but should help considerably in loosening the hard soil for fall plowing The rain belt was a narrow one but did extend as far south as Texas and as far north as the Great Lakes It was formed by the collision of warm and cold fronts Scattered showers were fore cast through Tuesday night with little change in temperatures Mason Citys high a summerlike 83 Monday was and the low killed in Iowa traffic crashes Monday priests were during the night was 57 GEN PERSONS whose work into keep the citizens informed The latest accident claimed the NEWC4STLEON TYNE 0 crmPrnmpTit has hnnn in honn occonfiol in fho VinrjUhtr funoMr r xi J IJJ WJA i i Ji TOO MUCH PEP the government has been in thean essential to the healthy funciives Of the Rev Edmond field of legislative liaison doesitioning of our free society ODonnell 70 Stuart and not have either the executive ex pcriencc or the executive temper ament that Adams has Adams famous no is the shortest one syllable word in the English lan guage Gen Persons no can be a charming and courtly ad dress That is a measure of the T Ethel Jamieson Tuesday the said it was true She stole a piece A U S STATE Department spokesman asserted that the flights over Quemoy constituted a provocative act out of line with the Red ceasefire Press officer Lincoln iWhite said that therefore the antiaircraft fire was notin the slightest a break in the cease fire USNavy ships escorted more supplies to Quemoy Tuesday again defying the Red demand that the ceasefire be accom panied by ahalt to the American convoying The Reds had announced they would halt their attacks on the islands for a week beginning Sun day midnight if the Americans stopped escorting the Chinese Na tionalist supply ships But Mon day and again Tuesday they of fered no opposition to Nationalist convoys which still were shep herded by ships of the US 7th Fleet to the threemile limit off Quemoy SUPPLIES ALSO were dropped on Quemoy from Nationalist C46 transports Reports from Washington saic it was expected there the Amer ican escort operations would be suspended in a day or two anc that the suspension would con tinue as long as the ceasefire did The Nationalists had virtually no expectation that the Reds wouldprolong the truce beyond Doctors Say Condition Still Grave CASTEL GANDOLFO Italy HI Pius XII had a return of fever Tuesday after a surprising rally from a stroke His temperature had returned to normal earlier in a day that saw him recover from paralysis emerge completely from a coma and eat solid food an evening medical bulletin said The 82yearold head of the Ro man Catholic Church felled Mon day by a cerebral stroke recog nized persons in his sickroom and spoke a few words A morning medical bulletin in dicated the Popes tremendous continuing resistance to his sec ond serious illness in fonr years AP Photofax FILLS IN FOR POPE Eugene Cardinal Tisserant 74 Frenchborn dean of the College of Cardinals arrives at the Rome airport on his wayto the Vatican to direct temporary emergency affairs of the Roman Church duringthe Popes illness The Cardinal was in France representing the Pope at an observance School Closings in 3 Southern States Idle 17000 Youths DEMOCRATS had complained Rev Tnomas McNamara 52 a piece of bacon and a the oneweek period they set to the committee that Father ODonnell babys rattle from a store Shejthemseives The local air was iwas killed outrieht while VIQY OiJorSnrr mino Ar BIT THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Plans are being made to provide for some of the 17000 youngsters idled by schoolclosings in Arkansas and Virginia and the dynamiting of the high school at Clinton Tenn Fourteen schools are shut down in the three states In several sections legal sparring continued between stateandfederal au thorities vhile statements on the integration crisis came from Washington and Florida Supreme Court Justice Felix Frankfurter asked Monday for a constructive use of time in school integration in general but said that lawlessness if not checked is the forerunner of anarchy He issued an opinion concurring with the courts unanimous decision in the Little Rock case last week In Little Rock Gov Orval E Faubus expressed belief that private allwhite schools would be in operation by midOctober He difference between these two men who are it can be said close friends ters of Dr William G Murray Republican nominee for governor issued a denial was killed McNamara died of injuriesTues rclease rar outright while Fatherjblamed her thieving spree on Qur pcp piUs she toQk The ine was S42 som money from the Greenlease1 kidnaping case had been used in the Democratic campaign Murray opposing the reelec Before the Bernard Goldfinel tion bid of Herschel Love affair at least complaints used to be heard around Washington that Adams remained too much out of the public view and did no make himself well enough known In this respect by com parison with Gen Persons Adams was Bob Hope Gen Persons is practically unknown to the public His place has been behind the scenes strictly There have been a few reporters he has seen fre quently but toall the others he is almost completely inaccessible GEN PERSONS was sworn in to office Tuesday Both the Pres ident and Adams were on hand to extend congratulations For the past five and a half years members of the House and Senate have been grumbling fair less subsequently reported that the press release had been sub ject to misinterpretation and he regretted this hospital Authorities said Father ODon nell apparently lost control of his car during a rain and windstorm and plunged into a ditch on Iowa Highway 83 about one mile east of Avoca in Pottawattamie Coun ty Ara Bowman was killed when filled with predictions of major Communist military action when the period expires Sunday Committee 80 Maquokela struck by a car as he attempted to cross U SHighway 61 south of llaquoketa Earlier Pearl Lanigham 121 matters in the sense of deciding whois right and who is wrong After a complaint is made U r u r a 1 Manchester waskilled asks the other side for its cbmtwhen tne car he was driving col mentand then seeks a full pubhdea Wlth a lie airing ofall details county road at a intersection about Jsix miles southeast of Manchesj ter The truck driver Herman iFunke 47 Des Moines was not jhurt but his wife Margaret 38 jwas thrown from the vehicle and in critical condition atj MIAMI storm a Manchester hospital Janice developed into a full blown hurricane Monday night and lashed the Bahamas with 75 Another Hurricane Develops at Sea Accident Injuries Fatal to Boy 14 WAVERLY UPI Robert ly or unfairly that Adams has kept them out of the winds At least House Their hopes must now be j person was believed drowned andj rising They have been working several boats were reported lost j with Gen Persons for years andjwith mounting damage to propjWicland 14 Waverly died Mon after all the favors he has jday night of complications re asking of them on behalf of the Reports from Nassau in the suiting from injuries suffered last Presidents legislation they willBahamas said an unidentified Wednesday when his bicycle was be expecting to hear somethingsailboat skipper was lost by a car Hospital officials besides Adams no when thcyihis boat plunged bow first into ajsaid the youth suffered a frac made the statement a few hours after Louis extended until Oct 15 ban on operation of the four high schools as private segregated in stitutions Dr T J Rariey president of the Little Rock Private School Corp said his group planned to begin operating as soon as possi ble in private buildings with pri vate donations without waiting for the Oct 15 federal court decision THERE WERE cautious ex pressions of hope he could re cover Even so his condition con tinued to be regarded as grave The bulletin wasf the third to be issued since the Pope was stricken Read in thersquare outside the summer residence it said condition of His Holiness in geneial continued to improve throughout the night His senses appear to1 be completely lucid There are no signs of failure of the movements Last night the liccups with which the Pope has been troubled for a week again reappeared but they disappeared early this morning The bulletin added There are no signs of motor deficiency This indicated that the partial paralysis which accompanied the stroke had ended Earlier MsgrAngelo dellAc qua the Vatican substitute secre tary of statetold newsmen the Pope had spent a quiet night and his improvement Is satisfactory and One of the attending doctors Prof Ermanno Mingazzini said the Pope had been able to take solid shredded chick en in thin the first time since the stroke Mingazzini also said a kidney block which developed Monday had been over an appellate court in St Barn Destroyed by Lightning Near Alexander ALEXANDER An barn 100 by 100 feet on the iGeorge Richards farm VA miles north of here was destroyed by fire Tuesday morning Richards who was in the barn dynamiters while 850 high schooljwhcn lightning struck about 8 pupils including 11 Negroes prejam said the control box for the electric fence was knocked off the inside wall of the barn by the bolt He immediately went to the loft where more than 10000 bales of hay and straw were stored By the time he got there fire was spreading all through the loft Richards succeeded in getting the 20 head of cattle out of the barn AT CLINTON state and federal authorities continued searching for clues to the identity of the nared to shift classes to an ele jmentary school at Oak Ridge six i miles from Clinton Principal W D he outlined plans Human said to send the youngsters to Oak Ridge by bus probably starting Thursday The Atomic Energy Commission au thorized use of the vacant school at Oak Ridge because some chil Thousands of messages for his recovery poured dren of AEC employc3 attended barn The Alexander and Bel Clinton jmond fire departments were Clinton High was integrated by called but flames had broken federal court order two years through the roof before they ar ago Several incidents occurredjrived They managed to save the the first year but the situation nearby buildings quieted later The barn which was fully IN VIRGINIA Duncan C riM Dipped with lightning rods AV Phoinf MacDonald call for an appointment with the heavy swell as the big storm nitjturod eg in the accident and died President Nassau Harbor TVIISS IOWA AND FRIEND JoAnne Ames Miss Iowa and runnerup in the Miss America contest greets a friend Ens Fred Wright Haworth X J at the Des Moines airport He is to be her guest 0 at the Iowa State CollegeHomecoming this weekend I as the result of a blood clot She wears his Sigma Nu fraternity pin UNEMPLOYMENT foundation in Warren said juniors and seniors of thei closed high school at Front Roy al would start emergency elasscsJLONDON unemployj jWednesday Eight olhcr schootsjrnent lasi month was the highest jin CharloUcsvillc and Norfolk reiin 11 years 478000 persons out of come THE BULLETIN was signed by the Popes personal physician Prof Riccardo GaleazziLisi An tonio Gasbarrini a specialist from Bologna Mingazzini and Ferdinando Corelli Scores of persons maintained a vigil outside the palace in this hill town 18 miles south of Rome of hope into the Vatican Around the world pray ers were said The Pope suffered a blocking of blood to the brain soon after saying Mass and receiving Com munion Monday He fell into a coma and was partially para lyzed Extreme Unction the last rite of the Roman Catholic Church was given and members of his family were summoned Later in the day the Pontiff rallied and a bulletin at night said his condition had appreci ably improved so far as the cir culatory disturbances were con cerned Imaincd closed work SAME vBlack fUf meant dettfc It   

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