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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 22, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited lor CITY G HOME EDITION VOLW fun wire TMI NIWSFAPI R THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH 10 WANS NIlOHiORS MASON CITY OCTOBER Mm8 GREATER MASON CTTY DAYS Friday cmd ConsiiU Tour No 11 Event to 6 Dciys To Emphasize industries The first annual Mason City Product Show starts a sixday rim Monday Its aim will be to emphasize industrys importance the community and to North Iowa During the weeklong promotion nearly 40 Mason City manufac turers and processors will tel their industrial stories dis plays in downtown store windows Carleton Stewart Jrchairman of the joint Junior Chamber o Commerce and Civicen commit tee sponsoring the product show reported Wednesday that 34 indus tries already have agreed to par ticipate The total may swell to about 40 by this weekend he said A WORD PUZZLE contest with gift certificates as prizes will be an integral part of the product show Clues to the puzzle which is to be printed in the GlobeGa zette next week will be placed in the store window displays Persons visiting the displays will be able to find all the clues First prizein the contest said Stewart will be a gift certifi cate with and awards being given as runnerup prizes The certificates can be cashed in any Mason City store Prizes and other costs of operat ing the sixday event are being paid by the Junior Chamber of Commerce and the industrial pro motion committee of the Cham ber of Commerce Theme of the product show is Industry Supports Mason City Support Mason City Industry RESPONSE to the by manufactures and processors has been very good Stewart de clared According to present plans the Mason City Product i9WwUtbe an annual event dent Nixon ar Through the TVloridaytoSatur Uoa Prospects day promotion he said we are trying to show people what indus tries JMasori City has and what they dp for us In the window displays partici pating industries will show many of the products they manufacture or process Some also will use diagrams to explain their opera tions and placards pointing out their payrolls and other direct fi nancial contributions to the econ omy of the area THE 34 INDUSTRIES known through Wednesday to be taking part in the product show follow Also listed are the store windows in which their displays are tenta tively slated to appear Window assignments Stewart explained are still subject to change Chuck Lennan Bakery at Home Appliance Co Holsum Bread Co at Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co Continental Baking Co at Hed rick Brothers Coca Cola Bottling Co of Mason City at Sears Roe buck and Co Crown Bottling Co at Gildners Pepsi ColaBottling Co atSam Raizes Department Store Mason City Brick and Tile at Davidsons Lchigh PortlandCement Co at Montgomery Ward Co North western States Portland Cement Co at Damons Hermanson Car nation Dairy at Younkers Mari gold Dairy at Boomhower Hard ware State Brand Creameries at Art Reynolds Photography Allied Mills of Iowa at The Hub North western Distributing Co at J C Penney Co INTERNATIONAL Minerals and Chemical Corp at Standard Glass Paint Co Swift Co at S S Kresge Co S Marshall Swift Fur Co in own window the Borden Company at Bailey Floor Covering Jacob E Decker Sons at St ClairStarks North Iowa Millwork Lumber Co at R S Weber Carpet Co Metalcraft at Wicks Pharmacy American Optical Co at Carleton to Start Monday Gh ig Given N Commitment SMOKE BUT NOT MUCH FIRE Fire whichstarted under the eaves on the outside of an elevator owned by the extinguished about noon The elevator the older of the two belonging to the coop was being used to store oats Ac Burchmal Coop Society Burchinal did cording to Bud Gallagher operator of the smalldamage Wednesday except to the elevator there was no damage to the roof Fire departments fronrClear take were prevented from spread MasonCity and Rockwell were called at am and stood by until the fire was ing to a bin of corn Ike and Nixon Truman BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS President Eisenhower carried his voteRepublican offensive into the Midwest Wednesday after rak ing the Democrats in aCalifornia foray Former PresidentTruman said Eisenhower and Vice Presi dent Nixon are jittery over on prospects Eisenhower flew to Chicago Tuesday night from San Francis co where he blamed Democrats 12Foot Foil t i Sphere Set for Space WASHINGTON UP An in Elated balloon of aluminum foil and plastic film may be the next United States satellite to go into orbit around the earth Such a sphere is to be included in the next Army satellite firing attempt expected late Wednes day at Cape CanaveralFla It is to be sent aloft in a modified Ju piterC rocket and inflated auto matically with nitrogen hundreds of miles above the earth Blown up to a diameter of 12 feet it could be seen with the naked eye in the reflected sun light of dawn and dusk Similar balloons have been fired aloft no attempt to put them into orbit from the Wallops Island Va experiment station now operated by the Na tional Aeronautics and Space Ad ministration The final stage of a slightly modified JupiterC will be a three foot cylindrical case carrying the compressed balloon and a two channel radio transmitter for tracking purposes balloon will not have any other instru ments aboard but scientists hope to learn something through visual observation of it Cherokee Man Heads Iowa Bankers Assn DES MOINES W John B Keeline 47yearold president o in Congress for preventing enact ment of his proposals to fumi gate corruptly run labor unions THE PRESIDENT also said Democrats have givenimpetus to what he called a dangerous drift toward centralization of govern ment He was billed tomake a coast tocoast televised speech from Chicago Wednesday night on be half of Republican candidates for Congress Truman was in Wilmington beat the drums for Demo cratic candidates The formerPresident has tioned Democrats to run scared But he seemed to ignore his own advice Tuesday night He told a party dinner at New Castle Pa that the Nov 4 election will bring the biggest Democratic landslide since 1932 Truman said hehad been asked The Weather Mason City Fair and a little cool er Wednesday night low 3238 Fair and warmer Thursday high 6268 Fair and colder Wednes day night low in lower 30 northwest to lower 40s south east Sunny and warmer Thurs0 economic day Bank Cherokee was elected Stewart Music Co Service Opti cal Co at Gold Bond Stamp ter Ulen Polish Co at riBA Wednesday as new president of Pharmacy Central Show Printing tte Iowa Bankers Assn Keeline the Central Trust and Saving f the Democrats had the jitters because Eisenhower and Nixon were on the campaign trail Its Eisenhower and Nixon who have he jitters the 74yearold Demo cratic leader said TRUMAN ACCUSED Eisenhow er of having surrendered to the Communists in the armistice which ended fighting m Korea He was sharper contention that he could have had agreement on the same terms years earlier Tru man saidhe didnt do it because he knew the result would be to free Communist forces to apply pressures elsewhere Referring to the trouble in the Formosa Strait Truman toldhis New Castle audience We are paying the fiddler right now for doing it Speaking in Baltimore Tuesday night Nixon moved to woo what he described as Democratic mod erates who back Eisenhower for eign policies He singled out for special mention Sen Lyndon B Johnson ofTexas the Senate Democratic leader NIXON SAID distinguishes between Democrats of the John son type and the leadership which presently controls the Dem Collision in Air Kills 30 British Plane Jet Involved ANZIO Italy British air liner and an Italian military jet collided four miles above Italy Wednesday killing all 30 aboard the passenger plane Wreckage of the British Euro pean Airways fourengine turbo prop plane was scattered for more than a mile near this fa mous World War II battlefield 30 milessouth of Rome THE MILITARY PLANE ploded in the air Seconds before that the Italian pilot parachuted landing in the Mediterranean fishing boat picked him up He was taken to a hospital in grav condition The airliners dead include Jane Buckingham London mode romance in whic she had pictured actress Eva Bar tok vto take overan In dianprince who is mine The prince Pahtana is in Naples ancL Mis Buckingham 22 was presumablj en route there to try to patci things up THE BE A Viscount airliner on a flight from London to Napie and Malta The collision came 1 minutes before the plane was du at Naples f Within three hours Italian po lice had recovered all 30 bodies BEA in Rome said its pian was flying at 23500 feet The shattered British plan crashed into an Italian artilier testing ground and only about 20 yards from an explosives dump Witnesses said the militar plane continued its flight for second after the collision the nosed over as the pilot Cap Giovanni Savorelli bailed out WHEAT CORN WINNER FREMONT Mich UPI Th sweepstakes winner in Clu corn show here Tuesday Wayne Wheat But May Resume INVADES MALE SANCTUM Baroness Swans boroughStella arrives at Englands House of Lords to be sworn in as the first woman everto become a mem ber of worlds most exclusive mens debatingso ciety She and Baroness were appointed to strengthen the House which in recentyears has suf fered from an aging membership and widespread absen teeism J l Huge New Nuclear Engines Operating WASHINGTON UPI The Navy moved a step closer Wed nesday to launching a nuclear powered surface ship TheAtomic Energy Commission announced that one of two prototype reactors for the Navys first two surface ships to be powered automatically reached the chain reaction stage Tuesday An AEG spokesman said this meant the reactor fully for the first time School Bond Issue Approved at Lyle LYLE Minn Voters here Tuesday approved the school bond issue at a special election The proposal for a bond for for a new school bus passed 14152 The remaining bond for additional school expenses was passed 12468 also was virtually completed On hand when the reactor started functioning at Idaho alls Idaho was Adm Hyman ri T AU 10 cu DV 1IHJU C Rickover chief of the naval tary authorities to be necessary actors branch and often reto resume convoys they will be aS the sumed Robertson said It is eptirely within the authority of N a Iowa Temperatures will average 6 to 8 degrees above normal Wednesday night through next Monday Normal highs 55 north to 61 south Nor mal lows 34 north to 40 south Warmer Thursday and Friday Turning cblder over the week end Occasional rain Saturday and again Monday will average onefourth to onehalf inch Minnesota Partly cloudy warm er High Thursday near 60 GlobeGazette weather dataup to 8 am Wednesday Maximum 64 Minimum 34 At 8 am 41 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 58 49 succeeds Merlen J Klaus Char les City Charles H JValsh presi dent of the Farmers Merchants Bank Burlington was elected and treasurer Co at Clines Floor Covering GlobeGazette in own window Kayenay Engraving Co at Kis lia Lamp Gift Shop Stoyles Press in own window Ideal Sand Gravel Co Earl E May Seed Co Clly Ttnl Awning Co Jo w a CoOpcrative Processing Micr Wolf Sons Rolfe Products Assn at Curries American CrysjCo nt Carter Gilles and Kiiploi tal Sugar Co at Vance Music Co j Loose Leaf Co in own window I bitterly partisan in its criticism of the Eisenhower foreign pol cy The Vice Presidents remarks about moderate and radical Dem ocrats tame amid a row between Democratic National Chairman Paul M Butler and some South frn Democrats over the civil rights issue Republican National Chairman Meade Alcbrn took a somewhat different tack in a statement Wednesday commenting on the ButlerDixie dispute He de scribed as most revealing But lers recognition of the Southern Democrat stranglehold on com mittee power in any Democrat Congress A vote for a Democrat any where is a vote to return South ern Democrats like Sen James Eastland of Mississippi to posi tions of great committee power Alcorn said Injuries Fatal to Des Moines Man DES MOINES D Highland 81 Des Tunings died Tuesday of injuries he received i Sunday nisnt when ihn cnr i rO Dulles Nears End of Talks FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES v TAIPEI Secretary John Foster Dulles reassured President Chiang Kaishek Wed nesday the U S Navy would re sume its Quemoy convoys if nec essary but they reached no other major agreements an American spokesman said Walter S Robertson assistant secretary of state appeared be fore a news conference shortly after the talks ended He denied rumors a rift had developed be ween Chiang and Dulles and said their talks have been complete ly friendly Communist China said Wednes day a U S strategic recon naissance plane flew over the China jnainland on highalti tude flight and issued its 39th against U S intrusionsinto and air space Warning earlier said two JJ S warships entered Chinese waters i APEIPING broadcast said alleged flight was a criminal ac tion which gravely violates the sovereignty of our country a deliberate war pr6vocationa At the same time the Moscow newspaper Soviet Russia ac cused Dulles crude interfer ence in Chinese internal affairs and said nothing he did could vent the eventual downfall of the Chiang regime and the withdraw al of U S forces from Formosa Robertson said the Nationalists asked for a convoy pledge when the DullesChiang talks opened and we have reassured them When it is considered by mili submarine Two power plants are being milt at Idaho Falls as prototypes for the power plants of the guided missile cruiser US S Long Beach and the aircraft carrier USS ves sels now under construction They will be the Navys first sur ace nuclearpowered ships The LongBeach which is vun der construction at theBethle Ship Building Co in Quiricy Mass is scheduledto be aunched in next year The Enterprise which is being juilt by the Newport News Va Co is scheduled to be launched in June 1960 This country also plans to launch the worlds first nuclear powered merchant U S year It is ex to be in regular service by 1960 Six Airmen Killed in Crash of C47 HARRISBURG Pa Lfl An Air Force C47 crashed and ex ploded on a 970foot mountain three miles south of Harrisburg today killing six Air Force per sonnel The twinengine craft crashed into the densely wooded mountain top and dug through trees for about 150 feet before it flipped over and began to burn military officials VICE ADM Roland N Smoot r commander of the U S Taiwan Formosa Defense Cpmniihd which controls thei naval escort vessels said convoy operations have not been resumed but thai the command was ready arid prepared to do so if military ne cessity requires Robertson also was asked if the question of demilitarizing theoff shore islands was brought in the three talks held so far Dulles and Chiartg He replied If that subject was raised I did not hear it W h i I e Dulles w a s meeting Chiang for 45 minutes Wednes day the Communists hurled 2453 high explosive shells at the Que moy islands bringing the dayi total to nearly 12000 Robertson said the talks had cleared up two misunderstand in tion a ist fears that Washington wanted Chiang to give up the islands and Washing ton fears that Chiang might mount an invasion of the main land from the offshore islands Confidence Vote for City Manager Plan AP Phntofax TINY HEART PATIENT Laurie Johnson 9 month i V iowa Couple Killed in Nebraska Crash COUNCIL BLUFFS w i The f sO rl pidu had a vote of confidence ironv Council Bluffs residents Wednes day i At a special election Neb voters decided to keep1 the city jGaines 36 and his wife form ij is pert and saucy as she poses with Nurse Mrs Herbert Iowa were killed TuesThe vote was It was Cu Chin at Seattle hospital The t a 25ton earth mover His wife heart weeks ajo and is on her an open SAME collided withthe second time sineaIW pis n ja gasoline truck on US 30 cnsijwas adopted withstoon a jof here The car bisrsl into flamesllesl of opponents whoseek to re Mrs jlurn to Ihc city itype government v   

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