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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 27, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowos Daily Newspaper Edited tot OM HOME EDITION T M I l I W I VOL AsKtcUlcd Prem Full Cory I It T M A t M A K I S A L L N O K T H i u WAN i WE MAlwi tlTY IOWA MONDAY OCTOBER 17 HM K TWi ConsiiU Four on The first annual Mason City ProductShow got under way Monday with local industries setting up downtown displays The aim of the sixday event is to emphasize in dustrys importance to thecommunity and to North Iowa1 A total of 33 manufacturers and processors are participating in the weekiong promotion They are tellingtheir industrial stories with displays in 31 store windows andin the lobbies of both banks Highlighting Uie product show is a WordAGram contest open to almost everyone and offering in prizes Only persons associated with organization of the productshow for the contest Clues to the WordAGram is printed on page 22 of this issue of the are being placed in 29 of the dis plays Printed on yellow cards the clues all are to be in place by Tuesday morning FRST PRIZE in contest will be a cash certificate good in any Mason Citystore Runner up awards will be a certificate for four of and five of Prizes and other costs of the sixday productr show are being paid by the Junior Chamber oi Commerce and the Civicen com mitteeof the Chamber of Com Pope Still Not Named udge Dissolves i 1 School District One M airs Opinion Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE VATICAN CITY W Th princes of the Roman Calhol Church failed Monday appa ehtly V6n their eighth ballot two daysto elect a new pope Black smoke curled from a chimney of the Chapel for the second time Monday and the fourth in two s It meant the 5L cardinals closeted in secret meeting could reach no agreement onytheTman who in heir estimation would be the aest teacher and pastor for a half billion Catholics The Vaticanradio did not com but de scribed the smjolie asjOf such obvious blackness th at oh might assume there was a neg ative result r BLACK SMOKE Black Imoke syrnbolicof failure Vof the College Cardinals to select pope after eight ballots pours f rom the Sanity KGLO tlSOO WOI Ames 1MB WTAD QuLicy 930 pm Ihnrsdij WSUL U CHj 13 15 pm Straight Out of Alabama UR MAIL from Alabama has merce In the 33 displays prpduct show participants exhibit many of the goods they manufacture or pro cess Many use placards to point out their payrolls and other direct financial contributions to the economy of North Iowa Some also display diagrams and photo graphs to explain their operations L THEME OF THE show which continues through Saturday is Industry Supports Mason City Support Mason City Industry industries and the locations of their displays are Chuck Lennan Bakery at Home Appliance Hoi the Sistine Chapel at tM Yatican have meant the successor to Pius XII has bf enchosen TheWeaiher Mason CityV Partly cloudy cool through Tuesday low Monday night upper 30s high Tuesday around 50 Iowa Cloudyand cool ram orridrizzleMohr Partly c 1 o i d y little change Fireda i o w Temperatures Heavy of late The reading of it required couple evenings arid the printing of it all would require most of one bulky issue of the newspaper over which I preside as editor This flurry of letters was prompted by the reproduction in the Montgomery Advertiser one of the Souths most respected newspapers of an Earl Hall com mentary titled A Start Has to Be Made Your first guess would be correct It was about public Wmii n old TWENTY MINUTES after th first stil issued from the Sistine Chape chimney and enough hac passed to an iewly elected pope to the ba cony J evident the card hadJffailed againv 1 mimitesiturnediaway once Vatican off the air Without an nquncement definite But there could betittle i doubt cardinalsSevidently had to makethe hue sum Sunbeam Bakery at First Na tional Bank 5 N Federal Con tinental Baking Co at Hedrick Brothers 119 E State Coca Cola Bottling Co at Sears Roebuck and Co 23 E State Nehi Royal Crown Bottling Co at Gildners 15 N Federal NORTH IOWA Pepsi Cola Bottling Co at Sam Raizes De paftment Store 301 S Federal Mason City Brick and Tile Co at Davidsons 19 1st S E Le high Portland Cement Co at average mal Mpj Normal Normal in middlje 30s Cool first part of the week lol v lowed by a slow farming trend N6 significant precipitation yis likely during the period Minnesota L i tt 1 e temperature change partlycloudy GlobeGazette weather data up 08 atn Monday AP Photofax school desegregation My piece closed on this note Those who cling to a belief that our colored people are essen tially inferior and must be re stricted in their rights of citizen ship are as tragically benighted it seems to me as those who sought to perpetuate human slavery in a day when human brotherhood had begun to wipe out the artificial barriers based on skin pigmentation In my prefatory remarks 1 tried to pay compliment to my good Southern friends who al most to the man disagree with Montgomery Ward Co 102 S Federal Northwestern States Portland Cement Co at Damons 107 N Federal CarnationHer manson Co at Younkers 101 S Federal Marigold Quality Chekd Dair ies at Boomhower Hardware 113 N Federal State Brand Cream eries at Art Reynolds Photog raphy 17 2nd N E Allied Mills of Iowa at The Hub 4 S Fed era Northwestern Distributin0 Co at J C Penney Co 20 S Federal International Minerals and Chemical Corp at Standard Glass PaintCo 205 N Fed Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation YEAR AGO Minimum was apartniehtof 29 Waterloo THEY Wright iVlischarged accidentally when Tayior tried to grab i from t hands PHOTO OF TITAN This photo released Monf day fehows President Eisenhower inspecting the mighty Titan intercontinental missile during his recent trip to Denser The Titan which will have a 5500 mile range testfired This is the first pictureof the a 13story test stand 46 40 45 04 35 20 The bullet striick Taylor in the left side of the heck and Jwas dead on arrival at a hospital Miss Wright fold police she and gone on early Sunday night then v sep arated She refunied home alone just before midnight and a short time later Taylor arriyed at her smokearising fromthe slender the SistmeChapel setsVpf ballots were The tinyjwispsatsmoke soon took on a black hue and continued blaV the signy that pontijEf been chosea to succeed Tius XII v from theichim ney is supposed to new pope has been named The addition i ofstraw is supposed to urn the smQke black indicat ing ho result Sunday something went wrong and smoke GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Sunday Maximum Minimum Precipitation MIDGET 44 38 02 inch me on this race question I men tioned a couple of Alabamans by name Judge Walter B Jones of Montgomery and Grover Hall editor of the Montgomery vertiser Ad SOME of the writers in their letters to me expressed a hope that their communications would be published Others enjoined me against publication pointing out that their sole wish was to set me right with respect to the South and its race problem The literary style in a number of the letters could be described as something more than vigorous But in the whole sheaf Of com munications there wasnt one that could be called abusive at least not abusive against me eral Swift Co at S S Kresge Co 9 S Federal Marshall Swift Fur Co in own window 214 Del aware N E The Borden Co al Bailey Floor Covering 22 2nd N E Jacob E Decker Sons at St ClairStarks 30 E State American Optical Co at Carle ton Stewart MusicCo 108 Del aware N E Service Optical Co at Gold Bond Stamp Center 11 2nd N E ULEN POLISH CO at MBA Pharmacy 101 E State Globe Gazette at Jake Bob Douglas Insurance Agency 212 N Feder A car reported missing Mon daymorning near Mercy Hos pital turned out only to have been hidden A policeman who answered a call from Ruth apartment she said SHE TOLD POLICE they be gan arguing and that a pistol from the jpUlpw on her bed and at Taylor Taylor grabbed her in ah effort to get the gun and it went off during the struggle The landlady of the apartment house called the police Last of Chinese Troops Leave Korea PANMUNJOM Korea Corn came out twice setting off pre mature and groundless rejoic ing damn None even called me a Yankee One thing is for sure The white readers ofthe Montgomery Ad vertiser feel very deeply abou this question More than that they do not regard it as any legitimate concern of a North erner Because it would not be prac ticable to reproduce all of the let al Kaycnay Engraving Co a Kislia Lamp Gift Shop 16 Is S E Stoylcs Press in own win dow 123 1st S Krogh Nora Springs who hadtmunist North Korea informed the parked it found that it was where it was supposed to be However the vehicle a small T foreign model couldnt be seen just by looking up the street It had been surrounded by normalsize cars HOLLOW MOCKERY H A 0 W England Workmen digging a hole in the street put up a sign Monday pro claiming they held The only job where you start at the top Military Armistice Commission Monday the last 70000 of Red Chinas troops have gone home and demanded again that Ameri can troops likewise quit South Korea Red Chinas forces in North Korea were estimated at 250000 or more men at one time Your demand is rejected U S Air Force Maj Gen Albert T Wilson Jr representative of the UN Command on thecommis sion told North Korean Maj Gen Kang Sang Ho MONDAY the cardinals re sorted to more modern chemi stry so there would be no mis understanding An aide said that Prince Sigismondo Chigi mar shal of the conclave perimented with a tar byprod uct then passed it in to the cardinals thrpugh one of the closely guarded doors which are the only access to the conclave area It was added io ihe fire to make ihe smoke unmistak ably black The secret wallcdin conclave was about 40 hours old when the new failure was indicated by the smoke The 51 princes the church were to go back into session late in the afternoon o try again with two more bal lots if that proved necessary The 51 cardinals voted twice Svmday morning and twice in the afternoon but failed to give any prelate the 35 votes required for thirds of those voting plus one Believed Trapped After Blast FROM OV R WIRE SERVICES BISHOP Va explosion ripped through t section two miles deep in the Ppcahontas Fuel Co mine here Monday trapping ap proximately 22men A company spokesman said 166 other miners fled by foot and flatcar froin the miles of tunnels that run beneath the West Virginia Virginia line in this mountainous area of southwest Virginia The blast occurred where 37 men died in an explosion Feb 4 1957 t Roland CLuther company vice president at the scene said was not known whether the Operation to July59 Permitted i Ruling Based on Technicality CHARLES CITY TheRudd RockfordMarble Rock Commun ity School District Monday was declared invalid by District Judge Tom Boynton Since the district is now m t operation the judge ruled it should be permitted to function the rest this school year j It must be dissolved on or be fore July ft 1959 Judge Boyntoa ruled The judges ruling is based on an incorrect legal description sed throughout in the publication notices involving the creation f the new school district The egal notices all designate parts f Sections 13 and 14 in Township 7 North Range 17 WestThose wo sections are not contiguous vith the proposed district1 THE TWO SECTIONS which yoted on the reorganization are Sections 13 and 14 in Township 97 Sforth Range 18 West also in Mitchell County addition the judge1 points Wtthe return for the 3 vote show the results of the election in Cedar Township School District Sections 14 and 15 No Section 15 in Cedar Tojynship either Jri Vfcst 17 West was ever petitioned iot or ever in the formation of the proposed district The decree also finds thata mistake was made by thev joint county boards when territory in vUnion and Scott Townships of Floyd County was included inthe proposed district The judge adds that he has no power however to exclude the territory Ideal Sane and Gravel Co at Earl E Ma Seed Co 211 N Federal North Iowa CoOperative Pro cessing Assn at Curries 20 E State American Crystal Sugar Co at Vance Music 124 N Federal Mason City Tent Awning at Mier Wolf Sons 311 S Federal Rolfe Products Co at Carter Gilles 14 1st N W Klipto Loose Leaf Co in own window 15 Delaware S E Arm tcrs I have decided to dip into CQ Drainagc Metal Products them in as disinterested and del f TylerRyan Furniture Co 29 tached a way as I can for s E and Mason city cerpts which will acm up to a lar Foundr j Manufacturing Co at distillation of the broad Home Bank Tnjsl Co segregation ji3 s I START with one Clarence Byrd listed on his stationery asj recorder for the City of Opp Ala He is by far the most prolific mv ncvv correspondents He suVveiled WO wth Setters car bons of letters newspaper DEMOS DESMOINES The reeicc Gov nerschel Loveless nenwcMlic JS Rop Mcr Coad Boone has been cn LEAPER HALTED York detective James McGcc gvsi New Wil ve Thulin perche for 4 Killed on Iowa Roads v f By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Traffic accidents claimed the lives of four persons in Iowa over the weekend The latest victim was Doris Ida Dempsey 45 Omaha who was injured fatally early Sunday in a twocar crash three miles east of Council Bluffs Three teenagers died in two separate collisions Saturday night Two of them Ronald Keith Wright 17 Woodburn and Mary Burdess 18 Weldon were killed in a headon crash on US 65 four miles south of Humeston Miss Burdess was a passenger in the Wright car which collided with a vehicle driven by Gary Thomas Coffelt 16 Leon Coffelt uffered only minor injuries Robert George Kuehne 16 Ce dar Falls was killed in a car rain collision at the edge of Cedar Falls Two others were critically injured Harlan Girl Dies of Crash Injuries OMAHA Wi Jacobson 11 daughter of Mr and Mrs Les ter J Jacobson Harlan Iowa died at a hospital here Monday of injuries suffered in downtown IHarlan Saturday The girl rid ing her bicycle was in a collision jwilh a cir driven by Mrs jLvidie iPetejison Jr Harlan authorities isaid OFFICER BURNED BQONE Highway Pa trol mnn Orval Beam an 32 Eoone was recovering in a hospital here rc 5 suf when he touched a 22 were dead or alive All communications in the area of the mine were knocked out The blast occurred in a small section two miles down a shaft which begins approxi mately 250 feet deep in the earth Rescue workers with gas masks and oxygen equipment jegan moving toward the area but had reported little progress The men had gone into the section to dig and blast coal out of theNo 3 seam of soft coal when the blast occurred Luther said the ventilation system in the mine areas reached by rescuers had not been damaged indicating the disturbance was not of great magnitude He said this gave hopes the trapped men could still be reachedalive Four rescue squads wentdown into the mine in relays of two with about 15 men working at a time To get to the disturbance area rescue teams took the ele vator down 200 feet and then had to travelapproximately a mile horizontally OF D S Kupker a member of the Floyd County Board of Education from the meeting of the joint boards when considering objections to the dis trict also was ruled improper and illegal The appeal to the Floyd County District Court was filed by a number of residents of dis trict and also the Greene dis trict The individuals named in he appeaUwere Vernon C and Phyllis Rottler Florence and Leo J Schmitt H A Downs Bessie Bowman Heddens Mrs Mar garet M Clark Elmer M Bra mer Lester W Smith Leon B Marsh Ha Knapp Leroy E Kmg ery Emma Nixt C L Reed Dayton W Eldred and Blanche Mather Amy and Clifford Crane J B Hardy C M and Ida G Grouse John Hinnchsen Nelle Sylvester C G Pooley Helen NOTHINGLASTS FOREVER B NEWCASTLE England UPI Welch Ferdinand Debner Mabel G Steere Lyle L and Florence Maxson Leo and Lewis Kiefer Frank W and Dorothy Grace Wr and Mrs Leo Frascht Den nis bunt JackScott and Charles Randall A F Lindell Florence t Groos H L Swant Riggins L e o n B and Willard Marsh and W H 1 Costs of the appeal were as sessed by the court against the Rudd Rockford Marble Rock district and its directors Harold of this citys last coal mine the Montague Colliery an nounced Monday that it will soon be necessary to carry all New castles coal to Newcastle The collierys veins of coal are run ning out after 450 years opera tion of theNational Farmers Orj liani Thulin 36 to keep the despondent CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 iganization of Iowa j man from jumping 135 feet into the East Trettin Mrs Charlotte Went vorth Robert W Hoover Wil ert G Brandau and Melvin Kollman Pan Am Inaugurates Daily Jet Service PARIS W Pan Americans Clipper AmericaMondayinaugu rated jet passenger service be tween New York and Paris hut fog and unfavorable weather de layed the arrival of the first flight 95 minutes The big airliner jsengers and a crew of 12 aboard made the flightfrom New York in S hours 20 minutes Tiie aiiv lineplans on a regular an hour before McGee was able to sneak wire while investigaling anBUc trio deith pall tondrivenplanes take about 11 up and hold him accident f   

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