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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 20, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited lot th I LOBEUAZETTE THE N E W S V A PI R T HA T M A K I ALL NOR T H I O W A N N I I H I O S HOME EDITION VOLW Associaied PrcMtnd United Prtw Full Wirei 7e Copy MASON CtfY IOWA MONDAY OCTOBER M ItSI Thli Paptr ConUits OM f North lowans Among 10 Road Q One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLU UDOOt WOI Amei MO WTAD Qoincy 930 WSUL Clij pm Sunday pm pm rhundaj pm Saturday More Oil Than Water if not thret of the worlds known reserves of oil are to be found under the sands of a 400mile radius from the head of the Persian Gulf in what has come to be known as the Middle East One little sheikdom calledKu wait its about the size of our stale of New Jersey is known to have more oil beneath its sur face than can be found in the en tire western hemisphere from Alaska to the tip of Chile It follows that oil can be had more easily and more cheaply in the MiddleEast iriore accurate ly described as the Near East than anywhere else in the world because geological formations have trapped vast pools of the petroleum relatively close to the surface 1 Here are three figuresthat probably tell the story more briefly and graphically than a thousand words could The aver age Middle Eastern well produces about 5000 barrels a day where as the average yield per well amounts to only 200 barrals a day in and to only 12 bar rels the United States THIS as I pointed out recently in a commentary having to do with Egypts Gamal AbdelNas ser is at the center of the whole ferment in that part of the world There are two legs under the Nasser economic program The first of these is the neces sity of convincing the oil rich Arab countries that what belongs to one Arab belongs to all Arabs The second of these is to de mand and get a greater share of the oil revenues for the Middle Eastern producing territory The people of Iraq Saudi Arabia and Kuwait will stand up and cheer for Nasser as a great spokesman for their Arab race But will they maintain their thusiasm for Nasser after he begins claiming a substantial part of their oil income for his povertystricken Egypt On the second point the one having to do with getting a great er income from the Middle East ern oil it should be recalled that in the past has been to di vide the profits between the coun try with the oil and the European or American companies drawing it from the ground and getting it tomarket IT WOULD BE vtry easy for Nasser to kill the goose that lays the golden egg The case of Irans Mossadegh is still fresh in the mind of people in that now im poverished country The crying premier had the mistaken notion that nationalization of the oil in ISC BARN IN FRAMES A large sec tion of the main cattle barn on th6 Iowa State College campus goes up in flames despite the efforts of fire clepartrnents AP Photofax from Ames and several nearby communi ties Spontaneous combustion was be lieved to be the cause 8 Injured in Crash West of Mason City Photo on Page 15 Six young people from Rockford and Nora Springs were in Mercy Hospital at Mason City Monday as a result of a two car crash Sat urday night on Highway 18 at the entrance to the Mason City air port All were from one car Two boys from Garner were in jured in the other auto but did not require hosnitalization All those who were hospitalized were in good condition They included Gerald Nauman 17 driver of the worst damaged car and SandraWaters 15 both of Rockford The other four all of Nora Springs were Gordon Santee 15 Gary Hulchins 15 Patty Stiller 14 and EJna Ek borg 13 A HIGHWAY PATROLMAN 2 North lowans Among 3 Who Drowned in River MINNEAPOLIS young school teacher and two male com panions were swept to their death in the churning cold waters o the Mississippi River when their light boat capsized beneath a pow er dam Sunday Another woman also a teacher struggled to shore Wemust have got tooclose said ClaudiaPeterson 23 the lone survivor in the party of two dat ing couples Drowned were Marlene Voron yak 23 a teacher in suburban Roseville Vaughn Uhr 23 Swea City Iowa a student at Bethe College in St Paul and Keitl Kelsey 23 Hampton Iowa Policeman John Lusterson swam out and brought Miss Voronyak body to shore Search for th other bodies resumed Monday Uhr and Kelsey were unable t keep the boat afloat with paddle after the motor apparently faile would make simple and easy gouging who investigated the accident said it is believed to have been caused by a stop sign violator in a third car who has not been located The accident was thought to have happened as follows Nauman had been drivingwest when the unidentified car turned onto Highway 18 from the airport drive Nauman steered left to avoid rearendcrash and came into tHe path of an eastbound car driven by Jack LuVerne Butz 17 of Garner Nauman then apparently turned directly south in an attempt to get off the pavement The Butz car hit the right side of the Nau man auto squarely in the center The impact nearly stopped both Fire Wrecks Main Cattle L Barn at ISC Dulles to Continue His Trip Reds Try to Cause Split DENVER Ei senhower Monday instructed Sec retary of State Dulles to continue on his way to Formosa despite ending of the Chinese Communist ceasefire Eisenhower held a predawn telephone conference with Dulles who called from Fairbanks Alas ka Dulles had arrived there en route to Taipei for consultation with President Chiang Kaishek Eisenhower making a political campaign tour was awakened at am to take Dulles call They consulted for about 10 min utes and then decided that Dulles should continue his tripi THE place shortly after the Chinese Com munists announced they ending their 15day ceasefire The Reds previously had an nounced the ceasefire would con tinue at least through this week Dulles said it was a tragedy that the Communists haveagain displayed their warlike disposi tion He made the statementto the press while awaiting refueling of his jet tanker which is to Formosa I had embarked upon I believed and hoped was a mission of peace Dulles shall persist in that pur pose Kong saidRed Chinas ending the ceasefire was only temper 3 Die in AP Photofax CATCH BASIN CATCHES KITTY oily little kitten isthe center of attention as Pawtucket R I firemen use a hacksaw to free the animal wtiose head Another Boy on Critical List Death traveled Iowas highway over the weekend There were 10 fatalities from traffic 3 as the result of a single crash in NorthIowa Irvin Boyken 20 and Eldon G Krause 19 Titenka traveling in separate cars were killed outright Sunday in a two car collision at a county road in tersection onehalf mile north of Wesley in Kossuth County A third youth Jerry Preuschel 18 son of Mr and Mrs John PreuschelAlgeria died Sunday night in the Britt Hospital of in juries suffered in the same acci dent Hamilton Funeral Home Algona is in charge of arrange ments for the funeral STILL HOSPITALIZED in eriti cal condition with head injuries a fractured leffarm and left leg is Kobert Heifner 19 son of Mr and Mrs Vincent Heifner Buffa lo Center i Kossuth County Sheriff Ralph Lindhdrst said the northbound Heifner car was struck broad side by thePrueschel car which is caught in the grid of a storm sewer catch basinOil apparently failed to stop was poured on in a futile effort to slip its head STOP sign through the grid so they had to do it the hard three hours of steady sawing cars completely the Butz car going onto the south side of the road and the Nauman car onto the north side almost directly across from one another THE FRONT of the car Butz was driving was wrecked and But that isnt the way it turned out When Iranian oil got priced unreasonably high the European users simply turned to other sources of supply A oncethriv ing industry went boom over night Mossadegh lost popularity at once and was sent into exile Iran is still a most unhappy coun try as I can testify on the basis of a visit there not many months ago Just what is in Nassers mind at the moment remains to be seen At this lime he could ma nipulate the oil business in Iraq to his liking But Iraq supplies only about 4 per cent of the ern worlds oil needs Its with drawal from the market could easily be made up for from irnpact 1 Tl J and the 17foot craft began spin ning in the eddy under the dam The boat overturned and the fou occupants were pitched into th water Absentee Voter Solicitations Hit by Iowa Probers DES MOINES have been wholesale solicitations of absentee votes at the Clinton County Home in Washington Township from persons previous ly adjudged incompetent the Iowa Legislative Investigating AMES A spectacular fire touched off by spontane ius combustion destroyed a arge of the main cattle jarn on dhe Iowa State campus unday night Between40 and 60 high quality research cattle were saved by early arriving firemen students and campus workers THE BLAZE discovered by Bob Byers anISC student shbrt y after 9 pm was confined pri marily to the upper half of the Ushaped brick and wood struc ture No damage estimate was immediately available Max Tevebaugh 45 an Ames fireman wasovercbme by smoke but was reported iri satisfactory condition at an Ames hospital Between 25 and 35 firemen fought the blaze more than two ary They said it was almost certainly connected with Dulles arrival in Taipei to show that Pei ping is master of its own house They said they believed Peiping will throw its weight around for a few days while Dulles is mosa andthen gradually taper off the shelling 4N WASHINGTON Depart ment spokesman Lincoln White said that US convoying of Chi nese Nationalist supply ships has notresumed and will not be re sumed until it is militarily neces sary He added that it would be up to Washington on the recom mendation of the commander in the field to decide whether military necessity was urgent enough to bring about resumption Earlier the Navy said any deci sion to resume convoying would The Weather Mason colder iwindy 1 Monday ni g h t low middle 40sMostly fair colder Tuesday with diminishing winds high 63 68 Iowa Partly cloudy cooler diminishing winds M o nd a y night scattered showers ex treme east lows in 40s Fair and cooler Tuesday Iowa Temperatures will average near normal through Saturday Normal highs 57 north to 62 south Normal lows Mason City Wins Trip 36 north to 41 south Cooler Tuesday becoming warmer Thursday and Friday Occa sional rain Monday night and again Thursday or Friday mostly likely east portion av eraging onefourth to onehalf inch Minnesota Windy cooler High Tuesday around 60 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Sunday hours before bringing it under control THE FIRE apparently started in the hay loft of the and quickly burned away large ections of the roof and wooden siding Firemen prevented the blaze rom spreading into the Committee said Monday The committee saidits investi gation indicated that Clinton County Auditor J H Lane was not involved in the solicitation The committee also said tha after the Nov 4 election it continue its study and submit to Butz and a passenger Larry Bell the proper authorities any evi 17 also of Garner were of violation of west ving of the bam where a quan ity of expensive farm machinery s stored A threeinch gas line running under the bar had to be sealed off to prevent an explosion Loss in Blaze at Audubon AUDUBON A large build be made by the American com mander on Formosa The bombardment in the Que moy beach area lasted 2 hours and 45 minutes then stopped the Nationalist Defense Ministry re ported The Red artillery caught four Nationalist supply ships in the1 Quemoy beach LSTs and one Navy transport The Nationalists said their re inforced artillery on Quemoy had returned the Red fire A NATIONALIST spokesman said no American ships were in the beach area The Commu nists in ending the ceasefire had charged US warships had broken the truce by escorting Na tionalist supplies to Quemoy Sun Maximum Minimum 67 44 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Monday Maximum 76 Minimum 51 At 8 am 58 although hot seriously The six the other car fared worse when the side of the auto was smashed in about a third of the way to the center of the car The rear window of that car was snapped out in pieces and most of the glass in the windshield and aws of Iowa The committee mentioned no names ing in the Audubon businessdis trict was destroyed by fire Sun day and damage has been esti mated at more than The blaze discovered shortly after 9 am was believed caused by an explosion The structure housed the Cam RossCo which operated an auto body shop and commercial sign shop and two The investigation indicated that other business establishments members of both major political parties had been involved in ihis type of activity in Clinton County though not necessarily at the day night The Americans flatly denied this saying they had only con ducted a smallboat operation lifting Chinese Nationalist supply craft through international wa ters at least 25 miles off Que moy Only Sunday US Navy com manders had disclosed that addi tional warships rushed to bolster windows on the right was broken Washington Township institution p Mideast countries from Venc H zuelaor indeed from the United B States All have productive ca ll pacities above present needs jj A TROUBLEMAKER at Nasser could compound the diffi lt culties for the western worldby H timullaneously closing the g CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 the glass on the of the car even cracked opposite side MOTHER OF QUADS Damage in South Tornado PAHOKEE Fla M A sneak RICHMOND Va belted this tranquil ffirm boys and two town Sunday with fury that were born Monday to Mrs Edjleft one dead 16 injured and S400 ward Engiohart already thejOOQ damage in splintered homes mother of six girls equipment and communications the US 7th Fleet here after the Communists started massive artil lery attacks on the offshore is lands had been withdrawn In escorting Nationalist supply ships to Quemoy US warships iiave stayed three miles or more off Quemoy the limit of terri torial waters recognized by the United Slates However Red China claims a 12mile limit in Stamps Taken in Breakn at Loan Company Thieves broke into the State Finance Co office 5 W State sometime during the weekend tried to open a safe and appar ently stole only aboutS60 worth o stamps from a tin box The breakin was discoverec Monday morning and is under in vestigation by police Officers said the dial and handle were broken off a small safe but it was not opened Some desk and cabinet drawers were ransacked with the cabinet drawers having been pried open A small bar had been used to pry open the door into the office The office had been closed from Friday evening until Monday Connie Hagedorn 10 of Linn Grove came insecond Saturday in the national hulahoop contest at Lima Ohio but she will get a winners Expense paid trip to Hollywood for a week The North Jowa girl who won the hoop spinning contest at Ma son City Oct 4 wajf judged seci ond to Cindy Levin of Philadel phia according sto word received from Ted Hedstrum Hedstrum and his wife accompanied Con nieandher mother to Lima In spite of the judges decision Hedstrum said the sponsors of the contest decided that Connie was deserving of winners honors So both girls will get the trig to Hollywood which includes tours of a motion pictures studio Dis neyland and other points of in terest Hedstrum said Monday that he was told Connie is to on Art Linkletters House Party pro gram Oct 30 at the beginning of her week in Hollywood The Linn Grove girl took first place in the fancy trick spinning ivenf hed Friday and went nto Saturdays finals with four other girls The Mason City contest won by Irvin Boyken is the son ofrMr and Mrs John H Boyken Woclen Eldon Krause is the son and Mrs Carl Krause TitonkaT Funeral arrangements for Boy ken and Krause are incomplete at the Swan Funeral Home Tl tonkar tim wWlSzel GbodmanJ47sFprtK Waterloo hospital of injuries suffered when thecar in which heTwas riding missed a curve on U S20 about 30 miles west of Waterloo and overturned S I X FATALITIES Saturday Mrs John F Doran 41 Box holm killed in a twocar col lision on U S 69 north of Bonnie wassponsored by the Jun ior Chamber of Commercewith Hedstrum chairman of the events planning group Her trip to Lima was sponsored by KGLOTV Hunting Accident Takes Boys Life BURLINGTON Ken neth Dietsch 14 was killed in a hunting accident near Otter Bay north of Burlington Sunday morning Authorities said the laJ had just put his gun into a boat when it Black means utffio death in 24 hours OBRfEN DIES DES MOINES Moines Assistant Police Chief Robert E discharged accidentally Hfi was OBrien 62 died of cancer in ajstruck in the stomach and died hospital here Sunday almost instantly m which seven others were in jured Wencil Kremenak 4S Cedar Rapids died m a headoncollision of his car and a semitrailer truck on US 218 about 10 miles south of Iowa City J At Knoxville the third teen ager involved in a twocar crash Thursday night died at a hospital there was James Bqusquet 15 of near Dallas Kenneth Brew er 19 and Janice Pavhkr 19 both of Des Moines were killed out right in the accident MR AND MRS Albert Stuart an elderly couple who lived near Waterloo were killed in the col lision of their car and a pickup truck west of Dunkerton The driver of the truck Arthur Wolf gram 48 of near Dunkerton was critically injured Frank Bartels 29 executive of Tidy House Products Co at Shen aridoah died near Farragut in ai twocar collision whichoccurred as he and a Companion were re rning from duck hunting The 10 fatalities brought Iowas motorvehicle accidents count to 470 for the year compared to 574 on the same date a year ago Engine Trouble Ends Attempt at Endurance Mark LAS VEGAS Nev trouble ended two fliers bid to set a new endurance record v r Robert Timm 33 Lias Vegas and Charles Kaskela 32 Ana heim Calif made a dead stick landing in their Cessna 172 Sunday in a dry lake north of here They were in the air 18 hours They said they hoped to try again to beat the record of 50 days Timm is formerly ofMason City Iowa Bandit Gefs Holdup at Tama n CONNIE HAGEDORN T A MA An armed jrobbcd a filling station hers of fmore than Nearly Monday ii I   

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