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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 8, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                t i V h North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited tot th T H I N E W S f A R T H A T M A K IS A L L N 0 R T H I 0 W A N S N I I G H I 0 R S HOME EDITION VOL H AwocliUxl Prefi and UalM Prcu tntcmationil Full Wlrei Te a Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY OCTOBER I IfSft Thli Paper ConiUU of Four Formosa Convoys r urt ailed Hope Abandon for Pius XII Pope Suffers New Attack CASTEL GANDOLFA It a 1 y Pius XII suffered a second stroke and a heart attack Wednesday Death appeared clos for the 82yearold head of the Roman Catholic Church By am CST the Vati can station said the Pope was in his deaththroes Doctors abandoned hope for the Popes survival after a cerebral attack and a new crisis brought on by a grave cardiopulmonary collapse In New York physicians inter preted thephrase cardiopulmo nary collapse to mean either that the right side of the Popes heart had collapsed or that the collapse occurred in the artery leading from the right ventricle to the lungs THE POPE was unconscious as hislife ebbed away in the bed chamber of his summer palace here A special broadcast by the Vat IcahRadio from CasteX Gandblfo quoted the sixth and latest medi cal bulletin on the Popes condi tion as saying The syndrome s y m p t o m s mentioned in this bul letin has becomeprogressively aggravated Energetic treatment has not given the hopedfor re sult The temperature is 1013 Fahrenheit blood pressure rela tively high The pulse is frequent and is 140 Respiration is 38 A grave cardiopulmonary col lapse is setting in THE POPES last words before a deep coma set in were exv pressed to two aides Pray pray that this regretful situation for the church ends He appar ently was fearful that his incapa city would leave the church with out a leader for a long period After a false death report this morning sent newspapers with black headlines of mourning into the streets of Rome the Vatican Radio established a running com mentary on the Popes condition in broadcasts from the papal ante chamberin Castel Gandolfo The mournful voice of a pries reported some improvement a midday Hopes a the amazing stamina of the Pontiff might through again AP Photofax BELL RINGER William Knowland Republican nominee for governor of California leaves some litera ture at the door of Mrs Ralph Knapp Los Angeles He has adopted a shirtsleeve doorbellringing campaign for the first time in his career in an effort to beat Demo candidate Pat Brown Truce Remains in Effect Supplies Go Ashore Quietly WASHINGTON United States announced Wednesday the convoying of Nationalist Chinese supply vessels on the Quemoy run Has stopped Jt said that if the Chinese Communists start shoot ing again the escort system will be resumed forthwith State Departmentpress officer Lincoln White told reporters the entire purpose of the United States in the Quemoy crisis has been to bring about a ceasefire and obviously we hope thepres ent ceasefire will continue The Communists began an an nounced sevenday truce period Monday Secretary of State Dulles and other Eisenhower adminis tration officials are trying to fig way to get the truce ex tended into a permanent cease fire World Series L inescore ANOTHER SULLIVAN IN name of Sullivan in Navy history is go ingto becarried on with the enlistment i AP Photofax their lives in the sinking of the USS Juneau during the battle of Guadalcanal The other Sullivan brothers wereFran Stewart Chosen Justice Will Replace Harold Burton WASHINGTON Pot t er Stewart Cincinnati wai picked by President Eisenhower Tuesday lo succeed Harold H Burton on the US Supreme Court Stewart 43 is now a judge of the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals He is a Republican The selection of Stewart high court was announced at a WhiteHouse news conference which Stewart attended BURTON retiringfrom next Monday on the adviceof his physician Eisenhower gave Stewarta re cess appointment which him to begin serving on the Su preme Courtimmediately on Bur tons retirement A formal nomi nation subject to Senate confir mation will go to Congress when it reconvenes in January The 6th Circuit Court of An peals on which Stewart has been serving has jurisdiction in Michi gan Ohio Kentucky and Tennes see STEWART a man whose black hair is graying slightly at the temples told news menhis selection by the Presi of James T Sullivan 17 son of eis George Joseph and Madison butAl Lent took him by surprise rnp rvf Wafprloris fiirlrhiniy Sullivan heVt was fhp rmlv whn married TViPv one of Waterloos fighting Sullivan brothers Jim was only 2yearsold when his father Albert and four uncles lost bert was the only one who married They were all in the Navy and I want tokeep it in the family the boy said 456 ft 9 H Yankees D H H H H Q Braves Oil 00 H The Weather Balloonist High in Sky Over Desert Mason City Partly cloudy Wed nesday night low in mid to up per 50s Thursday cloudy little temperature change high low 70s owa Generally fair Wednesday night low 5060 Thursday part ly cloudy northwest scattered showers Iowa Five Day Temperatures will average about normal Wednesday through next Mon day Normal highs 65 north to 68 south Normal lows 40 north to 44 south Mild at beginning of period with temperatures falling below normal Friday night and Saturday Rainfal will average 30 to 50 of an inch in intermittent showers through Saturday becoming less frequent over the weekend ALAMOGORDO luge heliunvfilled plastic balloon rose majestically from the New Mexico desert at am Wed nesday carrying a young military scientist on a flight aimed at the stratosphere Lt Clifton McCIure 25yearold jet pilot was sealed into the gon dola of the balloon again Tuesday night launching attempt failed Tuesday morning when a ground wind whipped the big threemil lioncubicfoot Project Man High i balloon as it was being filled with gas It finally was destroyed A THERE WERE reports here that some Communist diplomats in Western Europe were passing out word that the Chinese Com munist regime will extend the rib shooting order beyond next week The US views will be ex pressed to the Chinese reds in diplomatic talks under way at Warsaw US Ambassador Jacob Beam is scheduled to meet the Chinese envoy Wang Pingnan Friday An unescorted Chinese Nation alist landing ship put tons of am munition and 450 troop replace ments ashore on Quemoy Wednes day the third day of the cease fire The captain said his ship came alone on the supply run from the Pescadores V The Nationalists said large quantities of supplies were pour ing into Quemoy The Commu nists had said they would hold up their artillery attack for a week provided American escorting of convoys ceased Arms Fight Looms Following NewRedStarid It is understood that one reason Eisenhower could act so swiftly in choosing a successor to Burton is that Burton advised the President informally early this year ofnil intention to retire Born Jan 231915 Stewart leducated in Cincinnati public UNITED NATIONS NY bitter arms debate loomed inthe UN as the Soviet Union threat ened to match US andBritish nuclear weapon tests blast for blast The United Stales chal lenged the Soviets to make clear their intentions The assemblys top Political Committee was expected to give see him Mnnesoi oudy showers High substitute balloon was used Wedlear warheads Thursday 7o nesday THE FIRST American Nike Hercules missile battalion in the Far East arrived at the southern Formosan port of Keelung to join in Formosas defense line The NikeHercules isa superson ic antiaircraft missile capable of seeking out and destroying entire formations of enemy aircraft with either conventional or nuc Attempt to Patch Rift in Iraq BAGHDAD Iraq Friends sought Wednesday to patch up a rift between Premier Abdel Karim Kassem and an ardent proNas ser revolutionary leader after Kassem suppressed a military conspiracy The conspiracy was by soldiers supporting Brig Abdul Salam Arif No 2 man in he revolt July 14 that overthrew and killed King Faisal n Arifs regiment was disarmed last weekend and Arif was placed under house ar rest reliable informants said Gen Kassem and Arif split on priority to the disarmarnentques tion The Soviet Union1 arid Jndia put in resolutions calling for an immediate stop to nuclear tests The United States wasworking on a resolution ofits own Soviet Foreign MinisterAndrei Gromyko leveled a parting thrust at the West in a news Conference on the eve of his Wedr nesday for Moscow H E S A i D lack of Western agree ment to haltnuclear weappn tsts will compel the Sovietgovern ment to opntinue its explosions until it reachedthe tola touchedoff by the United States and Britain combined The Soviet delegation said la A FEW minutes after 4 pm 9 am CST medicalbulle tin No 6 confirmed the worst The Pope had suffered grave complications following the sec ond stroke earlier this morning After reading the text of the YEAR AGO medical bulletin the Vatican Maximum Radio commentator still report Minimum ing from a room adjoining the papal bedroom said The doctors themselves are now visibly showing their discour agement In the chapel adjoining the Holy Fathers room priests and members of the Popes family arc in prayer From thedoor which is ajar we can hear at times the heavy breathing of the august patient GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Wednesday Maximum 70 Minimum 55 At 8 am 60 Precipitation 37 65 52 AGED 10WAN DIES BEDFORD UP1 James A Frazier southwest Iowas oldest resident died Wednesday atthe age of 106 Albert Lea Man Dies When Rocket Strikes Auto ALBERT LEA An Ai Dert Lea contractor was killed Tuesday afternoofi when a speed ng passenger train rammed into lis station wagon at a rural crossing just north of here Dead is Ray Hanson 54 Officials said his car was struck by the southbound Rock Island Rocket The car was demolished but the train received only super ficial damage The train was de Officials said it took three hours for him to reach the altitude goal of 100000 feet where he hopes to remain for 24 hours He will serve as the eyes and hands of a panel of scientists on the ground who will question him about his observations during the long flight Weather conditions were such that officials figured he would drift eastward from Alamogordo then back over the missile range about sunset Morgan Named to Presidents Staff WASHINGTON W Eisenhower Wednesday named Gerald D Morgan now White House special counsel as his principal deputy assistant David W Kendall a former as sislant secretary of the Treasury layed nearly two hours however until the investigation was com P Liquor Store Take Tops Million DBS MOINES come from the Net in sale of liquor through state stores totaled 236474 during the fiscal year ending June 30 1958 the Iowa Liquor Control Commission said Thirtyfour of the missiles and other equipment for the battalion of more than 700 men arrived in Formosa Sunday A military advis er to Nationalist China said Wednesday the Quemoy blockade has been broken with a vastly im proved air and sea supply sys tem that will work even if firing renewed Unless the Communists order a 24hour barrage I dont think they can stop from go jing through Brig Gen Lester Bork told newsmen Former Girl Friend of Starkweather in Innocent Plea LINCOLN Neb UP Fifteen year old Caril Ann Fugate for mer girl friend of convicted killer Charles Starkweather pleaded in how closely the new Iraq now a Washington attorney lie should associate itself with was named to succeed Morgan a President Nassers United Arabspecial counsel Morgan 49 o Republic Kassem wants to keep Iraq separate from the U A R while Arif is believed to favor immediate union New York City will serve unde Wilton B Persons who wa sworn in Tuesday as Eisenhow ers chief aide er that Gromyko was referring o the Western testslhai have aken place since the Soviet Union nnounced March 31 that it was uspending test explosions Soviets resumed the tests Sept JO saying this was necessary be ause the United States and Brit ain had not their testing After Gromykos statement the State Department queried wheth er the Soviet Union would accept he British and American invita ionto join in a oneyear suspen sion of nuclear weapon tests be iinning Oct 31 On that date the Big Three meet in Geneva to try o negotiate a permanent ban on the testing SOME WESTERN circles viewed Gromykos warning as partly a propaganda move and partly an apology for the Soviet Unions having resumed tests after announcing a unilateral de cision to suspend them We once again reaffirm our intention to suspend tests at the end of this month provided the Soviet Union does the same a U S statement said We hope that what Gromyko said does not mean that he is seeking justification for a USSR policy of continuing un JUDGE POTTER STEWART schools Hotchkiss School and Yale Preparatory University restricted that some made toward an agreement nuclear testing now progress has been Wednesday nocent Wednesday to two counts The net income total marked of degree murder She was charged with the iden only the second time in the 24 year history over the stateowned stores that the figure has topped tical counts on which the 19year old Starkweather was convicted mark7The last summermurder and mur Irecord income was set in in thc perpetration of a rob along with the record for ln the dealh Robert Jen Freeborn County Sheriff EarjsaJes sen 17 Bennet Neb Jensen was Lindahl said witnesses reported v jonc Of n persons in Nebraska that the car appeared to be and whose deaths were stopped on the tracks when Ihej JUST A GIGOLO attributed fostarkwcathcr I Rocket reached the crossing ATLANTA aldcr Judge HarrySpencer ordered jMinnesota Highway Department men Tuesday voted down a bill her trial to start Oct 27 decided not to ener Hansonsjio allow licensed gigolo services Starkweather has been sen pianm on the staleslist of operate in Allanla But the bilijterced to die in the electric chair Q T prT i PAR A victims until it is dcterminedjpassed easily when the wordjDec 17 but his case is now bej n whether or not the crash was was changed to es fore the Nebraska Supreme Court yearold Lancaster Tex youth lost his icori I for review i life when his car rammed underneath a SAME where he was graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in 1937 Immediately following graduation he was a student at Cambridge University in England for a year and laterwas graduated from Yale Law School cum laude in 1941 He served as a lieutenant in the Navy in 19421945 Moscow Bureau of CBS Ordered Closed MOSCOW UPI The Soviet government has ordered the Co lumbia Broadcasting System to close its Moscow bureau immedir ately in retaliation for a number of alleged antiSoviet plays and broadcasts the network has car ried The press department of the Foreign Ministry summoned Paul Niven CBS correspondent here read to him this statement Of late CBS has presented a number of antiSoviet broadcasts and TV programs notably a play Plot to Kill Stalin In view of this thc Soviet government con siders it unnecessary the presence in Moscow of CBS Man in Space in 1961 New Goal of U S WASHINGTON plan to put a man in space in an orbiting capsule was disclosed Wednesday at the Pentagon Officials said the goal will be to keep the manned capsule cir i cling the earth for 24 hours and possibly 10 to 12 orbits before re 1 turning the vehicle safely to the jground Thc project for which 40 million dollars is now available is expected to be completed wiih m three years j SUNCAy SINGER i BNCINITAS Caiif tfV pt RockIsland freight train near his nome jshop caters to a canary named Little more than a flat piece of steel reDeacon The bird sings only mains after the car was dragged a mile day a week on Sunday   

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