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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 9, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                p r North lowos Daily Newspaper Edited LOBE T H I NEWSFAPIR T M A T M A K I S ALL NORTH IOWANS N f I fi H O R S HOME EDITION VOL M Auoclited Preu ud United PreM InterniUontl Full Leace Wlrci 7e MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY OCTOBER ItM Thla Four ttetiotf tloa Jit World Pays Tribute to Pope Pius XII H i Ankeny Hit Hardest by Big Stones Tornado Strikes Near Newton BT THE ASSOCIATED FEES8 Thunderstorms accompanied by hail lightning and s c r o n g across Iowa Wed nesday night as a cold front rolled across the state Heavy damage was caused by hail in the Ankeny area north of Des Moines Unofficial damage estimates there ran as high as A tornado roared through a farm area southwest of Newton No injuries were reported but the twister left a trail of damaged farm buildings broken trees and fallen utility lines Some points had heavy rain Lineville on the IowaMissouri border in Wayne County report ed two inches Bedford reported hail and VA inches of rain COOLER TEMPERATURES followed the storm At Ankeny a town of about 1300 seven miles north of Des Moines the hail came down in big chunks of ice andin balls measuring 10 inches Practically house in the community wasleft with windows Roofs and hoods of cars were dam aged and some ice chunks were so large that they made gaping holes in house roofs Three Ankeny school buildings were unable to open for classes Thursday because so many of their windows were smashed out The storm part of a general disturbance that stretched diag onally from southwest Iowa to the northeast section around Du buquebrewed localized force in Polk and Jasper counties A TORN AD 1C CLOUD swooped down and cut path 200 feet wide along a country road run ning east for about four miles to the intersection of Iowa 14 south west of Newton Along the twisters path were houses and outbuildings in about 15 farms A number of the farm families were attending a Grange meet ing at Monroe 14 miles south of Newton and were outside the dan ger zone Others took refuge in storm cellars The twister struck mostly at outbuildings and trees but some farmhouses suffered damage e in lowd US Tanks Clatter Into Beirut AP Photofax MONSTER HAILSTONES A casual glance gives the impression that Westley Burrell Ankeny is hold ing several baseballs Actually they are some of the huge hailstones that pelted the area in a freak storm 3 Die in Crash at DYERSVILLE UPI Three men were killed Thursday when their car swervedout of control and slammed into a large tank type truck on a curve on U S 20 about one mile west of here The victims were identified as James R Lampsan 67 Urbana Iowa AlfredM Lampman 79 Shellsburg believed to be his brother and Maurice Serveson 75 Center Point All three were killed instantly Authorities said the three men were headed on a fishing trip to the Missouri River The driver of the truck Carl A Pickel 42 Dubuque was not hurt Pickel driving an Inland Mo lasses Co truck enroute from Dubuque to Fort Dodge told au thorities The Weather Mason City Cloudy with occa sional light rain Thursday night and Friday Low Thursday night in lower about 50 Occasional light rain and colder Thursday night low in lower 40s northwest to lower 50s southeast Friday occasion al light rain and colder Minnesota Turning much colder the eastb o u n d swerved into the path of c u truck without warning State Highway Patrolmen said the country road was so littered with debris for several miles thai their car had to clear a path through the wreckage Cedar Rapids had 145 inches of rain Dubuque 125 Waterloo 88 Lamoni 72 and Davenport 39 Most North Iowa points however got nothing Extend CeaseFire U S Urges Commies WASHINGTON United States will press Red China in rain mixed with Friday around 45 Interference Protested BEIRUT UPI US tanks clattered through the streets of Beirut Wednesday night offering to pro government bandits that there must be no further interference with Ameri can troops This will let progovernment leader Saeb Salems people know that we have the capacity for effective action if we are forced to it a US Army spokes man said Stickup men identifiedas fol lowers of Salem halted an Ameri can military police jeep on an important supply road outside Beirut late Wednesday and stole the revolvers carried by the threeman crew NONE OF THE MPs was in jured and thegups were recov ered by the Lebanese army A few hours later fivetanks in column rolled through the center of the city Armed infan trymen riding atop the tanks cov ered windows and rooftops with their carbines As the column passed along the waferfront the tanks big guns fired four shots out to sea Alpng most of theroute the desertedA silent cr6wdgathered outsider the St George Hotel to watch the tanks turn around and start back to base THE DEMONSTRATION of armored might started a buzz of rumors in the city including a hastilydenied report that Pre snow High i mier Rashid Karamis cabinet had been replaced by a military APPhotofax velvet cape POPE DRESSED IN SILK VELVET erminetrimmed crimson The ritual of dressingthe body com and cap The body of the Pontiff will be pleted Pope Pius XII lies on moved from the bare chalk white room bed clad in a white silk cassock and an to the Sistine Chapel in the Vatican To Take Body to Vatican Pontiff Dies at 82 By EUGENE LEVIN CASTEL GANDOLFO ifely Wl Pius XII will return in death Friday to his native Rome to lie in state at the Vatican and be buried in St Peters basilica1 His death Wednesday night though anticipated for hours sent a wave of shock around the world and brought widespread expressions of tribute from politi cal and church leaders outside the Iron Curtain He was 82 and had served 19 years as the supreme leader the Roman Catholic Church HE WILL GO back to ttiat cient city borne bya motorcade along the Appian Way Before that the churchy arranged a threehour peri od for the bodj o lie in state ml the Hall of the Swiss in t h el Summer Palace here 18 milesl south of Rome where he was n dir of Possible Successors GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 aim Thursday Maximum Minimum At 8 am YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 71 49 55 55 42 Municipalities Tables Proposed LiquorbyDrink Plan Nuclear Device Set Off Underground at Nevada Test Site car ATOMIC TEST SITE Nev his Tons of splintered rock Thursday blocked a long tunnel in which a small but powerful nuclear deseen said Tnurs VATICAN CITY Fivethe Sacred College of Cardinals Italian cardinals and a Russian There was a possibility that I 2 1 TN 1J fti Karami himself denied the re port Earlier however his cabinet had told President Fuad Chehafa thafcit is ready to resign at any time if he wishes to seek new means of ending the disorders which have plagued Lebanon for nearly six months Announced plans to pull all U S military forces out of Leb anon by the end of this month appeared threatened by the in creased violence The State Dep a r t m en t an nounced Wednesday that the United States expected to have the last of its troops out of Leb anon by Oct 31 barring unfore born Armenian prelate headed the list Thursday of possible succes sors to Pope Pius XII The new leader of the worlds 450million Roman be chosen by a twothirds plus one vote of the 55 members vice was tested schedule DES MOINES at tempt to present a resolution to the Iowa League of Municipalities urging support of legislation to permit local option for liquorby Ihedrink was abandoned Thurs day after the sponsor got a cold reception Sioux City Mayor W W Wilson sponsor of the resolution decided The device was in the acknowledged that events of ton to 1000 tons of TNT This is puny as nuclear weapons go But when it was touched off Wednesday it made a mountain jump Observers watching from 2Vi miles away saw a shudder pass over the rocky face of the flat topped mountain in which the test tunnel was bored It will be weeks before the Atomic Energy Commission is able to get through the shattered radiationfilled tunnel to the det onation chamber and evaluate re the past 24 hours had increased tensions Truman Speaker at Cherokee Gathering CHEROKEE UVFormer Presi dent Harry S Truman a favor ite campaigner with Iowa Demo crats makes his only Iowa speech of 1958 in Cherokee Thurs day at 8 p m His flying visit will be the oc casion for a big gathering of party stalwarts from northwest Iowa and other places Gov Her schel Loveless seeking reelec tion and former U S Senator Guy Gillette 79 years old but still active in Democratic affairs will join Truman in the 8th congres sional district engagement the new Pope would bethe first nonItalian chosen in 435 years NonItaliansare in a majorityin the college for the first timein to 18 HOWEVER most predicted the cardinals would fol low modern tradition and elect an Italian as the 262nd pope The chances of Francis Cardi nal Spellman of New York and the other American cardinals oi ascending the throne of St Peter were considered rather slim Widkpread feeling was that the election of an American pope would give the impression that the Catholic Churchwas becom Enid Robinson Named to US Trade Delegation Enid H Robinson Hamptori will be among two senators arid four private citizens who will serve as advisers with the US diplomatic talks at Warsaw Fritllr t th mtpr Hmn Ji t nvlnnrj il rAtnn Ct IlldllCl U1 Up uiv vuiuuiv v iSUlVt d dUVJSCLb W11 day to extend Us sevenday yuelcagues resolutions committee1 suits Those who approached thejdelegation to the 13th session of mnv reasts ire tabled his proposal jtunnel entrance within an hour the General Agreement on A State Department spokesman described this as a purpose of the Warsaw talks The announced Red ceasefire is scheduled to end Sunday Press Officer Lincoln White told a State Department news conference that we have no information to the effect that the Reds intend to prolong the suspension of hostilities US GETS CODE WASHINGTON UPI Russia has made available to American scientists a telemetry code that will enable them for the first time to study space radiation measurements from Sputnik III might earlier introduce had said he after the shot said some radia the resolution from the floor of the convention if the committee rejected it Later however he said he had decided not to try to push the matter If I introduce it wed be here til midnight he said tion had seeped out a develop ment that bad not been expected RESIGNATION SOUGHT CHARITON Dem ocratic Chairman Donald Nor berg Wednesday night called on He said he now would concenRep Jack Milroy RVinton to Irate on trying to win support oftake leave from the special legis the idea in the Legislature ART MUSEUM REOPENS NEW YORK Muse um of Modern Art renovated aft er a fire that badly scarred it last April was reopened to the public Wednesday lativc investigating committee if World Series he continues his active part in the Tariffs and Trade GATT at Switzerland The session of GATT in which the United States and 36 other countries participate begins Oct 16 The senators are Prescott Bush RCorin and George A Smath ers Besides Mrs Robinson the non governmental advisers will be GOP gubcrnatoriaT candidacy ofjStanley H Ruttenberg a dircc William Murray lor oi AFLCIO Economic Policy Committee Richard Wag ner chairman and chief execu tive officer of Champlin Oil Re fining Co Chicago and George H Wilson agriculture exper from California US Secretary of State Dulles H Yankees H E3 S 51 E Braves D E B E 3 Another Moon Shot Readied by Air Force WASHINGTON tt Columbu Day the 466th anniversary of the discovery of America may fine American scientists probing to ward a new world in space Although there has been no of ficial announcement the Ai Force reportedly is ready to mak another try at hurling an un manned space satellite to the v cinity of the be fore dawn Saturday THUS if all goes well man ng involved in the political strug le between the East and West Technically any Catholic eith r laymen or priest could be hosen pope but it has been an nwritten law since the days of the 15th Century that inly cardinals are chosen i AMONG THE MOST likly lidates are Ciacomo Cardinal icrcaro archbishop of Bologna riuseppe Cardinal Sifi of Genoa stricken a died This stage PIUS XII in elaborate mourning ing nine daysA weekorIfolater the Cardinalsjvitl meet m secret toname a successor to a Pope whoJgave the churchone of its most brilliant leaderships i Benedetto CardinalAIoisiMa sella was electedJbyjthe cardinals Thursday as papalchamberlain to administer affairs of the church until a new pontiff is chos en Pius suffered a stroke Monday and i another Wednesday For hours he hovered in deaths agony Then while millions around the world prayed he died at 852pm EUGENIO PACELLI he Mist Pope was the leader of the worlds 500 million Catholics in Jrhesto Cardinal Ruffini arch bishop of P alermo Sicily Angelo iuseppe Cardinal Roncalli of Venice Valerio Cardinal Valeri a famed Vatican theologist and Gregory Peter XV Agagianian Russianborn patriarch of Cilicia of the Armenians Also mentioned Msgr Giovanni Battista Mon tini archbishop of Milan the only one of the papabili potential popes who is not a cardinal The name most often men lioned by informed Vatican and Catholic sources is dynamic fiery Cardinal Lercaro whose career in the church is almost without precedent in Catholic history Cardinal Lercaro 67 was just a simple parish priest in Genoa when Pius XII made him a monsignqr for a week and then archbishop of Ravenna one of the most burdensome times in the 2000year history of the church He wanted to be known as the Pope of Peace but when he was elected March 2 1939 the world already was on the eve of World War II Ahead were the years of onslaught against relig ion by Communism Already all the 55 cardinals who are able were preparing for the nine days of ritualistic mourning the funeral and the grand conclave that will elect the next pontiff The cardinals princes of the hurch will make the selection Their choice most likely willbe Milford Boy 2 Dies of Poisoning MILFORD The twoyear old son of a couple living near here died late Tuesday of poison ing A physician called when Mark first device lo explore the moo tne son of Mr and Mrs Gary area would be well on its way onWcber was seized with cohvul Columbus Daj Sunday sions was unable to save the This is so because a rocket flight to the 22l000 miles away at this particular time a little over 2 ENID ROBINSON take days The first moon probe attempt by the AirForce failed Aug 17 The rocket exploded after 77 sec onds of flight THE FOUR DAYS starting Sat urday are the best in October for trying a moon shot During this period the moon is closest to the earth The shot will be fired from Cape Canaveral Fla There is no plan actually to j strike the moon with ihe S5pound lunar probe mounted in the nose child Search of the place dis closed the child had found a for gotten bottle of poison in adesk drawer in the garage The poison had been used to eradicate go phers a couple of years ago Rural Oelwein Boy Victim of Shooting OELWEIN UPI Nolan Pot ter 9 rural Oelwein was killed late Wednesday when he was sho accidentally by a neighbor youth Authorities said young Potter son of Mr and Mrs Dale Potter was fataiiy shot when a rifle hel CARDINALMASELLA Leader by Galen Elwood 14 discharged one of their number though it could be a prelate not a PIUS WAS first to die at this papal summer rcsidcnca snd tha first in 200 years to dis outside Rome Changes there appointed the advisers candidate for the TJs House of 0r nn 33loci threeslase rocketas he was emptying it Auihori forc are necessary in the iraui criberi Mrs Robinson as havingjRcpresentatives in the primaryindeed in the payload are 2Vlies said Elwood and her energies to a widcjeccuon last summer pounds of aibrolhcr Dcibcrt 13 had just rei ivariety of civil and social activij Mrs Robinson now is en route televisiontype scanning deviceihirned from squirrel hunting and pro cd or thal jties Long active in national jlo Geneva She will be joined laterdesigned to get rough pictures ofjwere emptying their rifles a regulation issued in 1945 Slate and local Republican circles by her husband William and tojthe side of ihe moon never beforeiNolan daned out to the gale said that if a pope died out SAME Robinson was a unsticcessgether they will tour Europe seen from the earth Igreet them side he should be returned   

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