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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 3, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited or the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HPMI VOL 97 Europe Revisitedj Delightful1 Word for the Alps Associated and Unltfd Prett International Full Lease Wire 7c Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY NOVEMBER 3 1958 Thin Japir nl Two SrclioMSevlKn Onu EDITORS NOTE This is an other in a series of articles by the Globe Gazettes editor while on an 8day visit to Mu nich and Lisbon for a closeup look at the operations of Radio Free Europe He was a paying guest of Crusade for Freedom sponsor of Along with his reports on the p r o gram for getting truth to 70 million people behind the Iron Curtain in satellite countries Hall will touch on conditions in Germany and Porluga By W EARL HALL I understand why American lads assigned by our armed forces to this part of Germany are never quite as eager to get back home right now as those stationed elsewhere Everything about these Bavar ian the food the climate the scenery and the peo ple is deiighti ful With two colleagues from a Radio Free I Europe inspec1 tion party and I my host Bob Wilson E u r opes No 1 Ked Cross executive Im spending short half day here 1 wish could be a full HALL month if not a full year Different from our own Rockies and the Swiss Alps which Ill be flying over later in the week these Bavarian moun tains have a verdant beauty If there are crags they are nicely uonai election today hut l iumi UL iuwa concealed by a thick covering of caused it to crash when they T3ey Herc Acjolph George Vopal pines Snow blankets some of the forced the pilot to attemp k and Baroari Str FtDEL CASTRO Cubans in Protection Demand HAVANA Cuba W The Cu ban government Monday demand ed special protection for Cuban airliners and passengers in the United States as the result of rebel seizure of a plane which crashed and killed 17 persons The three survivors said four Cuban rebels commandeered the big Viscount turboprop airliner Saturday night on a flight from Miami to Varadero Beach 87 miles east of Havana THE WRECKAGE was sported Sunday in shallow waters of the Bay of Nipe near Preston in rebelinfested Orient Province The Cubana Airline said Fidel Castro rebels seized the plane to make headlines for their move 12 Lose Lives on Roads 2 Infants Among Dead By TIIK ASSOriATKD PUKSS A rash of traffic accidents over Ihe weekend look the Jives of 12 lowans two of them 14monlhold infants State Safety Commissionci Russell Brown declared Tlie dcalh record of Saturday and Sunday was a resull of the wors driving performances weve sect in the state all year A few more Outbursts like Brown continued and we wont have to worry about Iowa will be slowed to a safe pace by the number of funeral proces sions on the Sheila Pippert 14 months daughter of Mr and Mrs Pan Pippert of near Dysart wa killed Sunday in a twocar colli sion a mile south and three miles east of Dysart at a county road intersection Five persons were hospitalized at Waterloo Glenn Flannigan 14month old son of Mr and Mrs Glenn Flannigan Marion was killed at Hopkinlon Sunday when Ihe eidei Flannagan backed his car oul of Che grandparents home there KATHRYN MILLER 7 Lis bon was fatally injured Sunday in a twocar accident at the Junc tion of Iowa 122 near Kalona Earlier in the day two Cedar Rapids teenagers were killed in Engine F ure No It m r tt P ane Crash ment on the eve of the Cuban naja 218 tional election today but theyabout 10 miles north of Iowa City caused it to rrnsh Adolph George Vonal loftier peaks OUR NOON MEAL just before taking off for Oberammergau was at an hostelry catering to our American troops Its within walking distance of the setting for Olympic competition in win ter sports The goose specialty cooked in a distinctively Bavar ian way lived up to expectations really Put the frosting on rrjeal was my proximity to a which brought me all theAmer ican football scores of the previ ous day It was an armed serv ices broadcast Football our kind that as an unveri fied rumor among Europeans in deed throughout the remainder of the world Soccer is the with the universal appeal game As we rolled along the notvery wide and twisting mountainous landing on an airstrip that was too small Those killed were the four gun men the four Cuban crew mem bers three other Cubans and six naturalized Americans born in Cuba The plane was the second seized in flight since Oct 21 On that date an authoritative source said two rebels among the mestic flight from Cayo Mambi to Mao Bay THE REBELS shot that pilot in the arm and forced him to di vert the flight to Cananove The crew of Ihree and a Cuban sol dier passenger were reporled slill held by the rebels but the other eight passengers were allowed to return to their homes A spokesman for the Cuban a re roads between Munich and GarmForeign Ministry said as a re isch conventional Amersuit of the capture of the four j engine Viscount Saturday the Cu icanmade automobile were impressed by the great numbers of what back home we would LUU uue protection fer to as litUe foreign On in American airports of all Cu ban airplanes their crews and He did not say what his gov ernment expects the U S govern ment to do But he claimed thai and Barbara Stramel both 18 Five others were injured The body of Robert E Lewis 23 Eddyville was found Sunday in a farm field not far from his wrecked motorcycle Monroe County authorities said Ihe mo torcycle apparently left 34 on a hill about three miles from here The vehicle sheared off a utility pole ALSO KILLED Sunday were 8 Charter Oak and Bessie Hunt Oskaloosa The Jess girl daughter of Mr and Mrs Harwin Jess was riding home from Denison with her mother when ihcir car went off a counly road about five miles east of Ricketls in Crawford County Mrs Jess and her daugh ter had laken Ihe husband lo Denison where he boarded a Irain for Chicago Mrs Hunl was killed in a three car collision at the intersection of U S 218 and Iowa 78 near Painter 2 Kin Victims Craft Hits in Alfalfa Field ONLY SKELETON REMAINS Just the metal frame work and engine remain of the lijrht plane in which throe North lowans were killed Sunday smith of Brill Firemen had to saw the wreckage apart in order to re Glnbufiujtutto Photo move the bodies of Ihe victims Frank Francis Brill Eugene Hanson 2t MsLhcrville and his daughter Becky 4 48 MILLION TO VOTE TUESDAY Both Parties Predict Victories a basis of ratio at least it would seem that Detroit has pret ty much lost out on its former market abroad SOME OF THE cars here are appreciably smaller than the foreign makes known to us in America One of them manufac tured in Munich is little more than a motorized baby carriage cute enough but not confi denceinspiring Cars and trucks a single wheel in front are quite common Valley farm lands are as green as Iowa in July Haystacks with a single pole protruding out of the center dot the landscape Herds of dairy callle and flocks of sheep add a note of life to what otherwise would be a still valley or hillside landscape Bavarias villagers and coun try folks were out in force on this Sabbath Many as Ive suggest ed were in cars more were on bikes boy in front girl But still more were on foot quite ban government has asked IowaThree persons were the due proleclton inJurcd in that accident On Saturday John Decker 24 of Cowrie was killed when his auto left the road and ovcrlurned north of Cowrie SATURDAY NIGHT Timothy on several occasions Cuban 22 Planes had been allackcd at Ihe Miami airport MotherinLaw Day Edict Costs Loveless Vote A voter in his motorcycle crashed into a bridge near Mus catine Richard Jansscns 8 son of Mr and Mrs George J Janssens of DCS Moines died in a Dos Motnes hospital Saturday of in juries suffered the night before when slruck by a car Also Ihe same day WASHINGTON W The 1958 battle for control of Congress la ered off Monday wilh Democrals lappily predicting a massive vic ory and Republicans hoping and vorktng for a lastminute upsel million Americans will decide al Ihe polls Tuesday which side is righl in the backwash of a campaign that focused more on personalities than on any gripping national issues Mild the election day fore cast for most of the nation AND JUST ical weathervane noihfcd to a good chance lo gain a couple of governorships as well GOP National Chairman Monde AJcqrn repeated for a television said Republican candidates arc were far from convinced A stotebyslatc survey by The Associated Press updated through Sunday showed Demo crats favored to capture 8 to 12 GOP seats in the Senate ami 17 very upsets to help the Republicans In Fairbanks Alaska Vice President Nixon said the Ilcpu licnns have the Demo cratic national chairman said in I Three persons were killed Sunday afternoon when Ihe light in which they were riding crashed in a puff of smoke in tn alfalfa field near an airstrip here of Ihe victims was identi fied as Frank Francis 53 Britt paint contractor ind owner of the crafl The other victims were Eugene llansen 24 Ivstliervillc and Han scns daughter Hocky 4 llansen was F r a n c i s step grandson Becky his step fjrcat granddaugh ter Hancock County Coroner Ken neth Mougliton said the bodies were burnid beyond recognition THE ACCIDENT happened about a oclock The piano crashed on the Har old Weilanrl f a r m across the road from the airstrip which is located on the George Barker farm Richard Barker son of the airstrip owner was outdoors at Ihe lime and said he heard Ihe plane engine sputtering He said Francis apparently tried lo hend the plane back to the airport but that il crashed in a puff of smoke in Lhe alfalfa field The Rev Justin Kane Britt jv ii a IV interview his parly would who at a nearby pick up H or 4 governorships bc C scals The Senate lineup is now l7 II01ISC mLss make heard liic Julian ami u nois in in roe o the 50s andjto 10 or more in the House with now have GOI ousting five am A The House is divided Demo nors In throe other slates which governors c jcrats 195 Republicans and eight Algona Man Killed by Corn Picker ALGONA Lorcn J Brown owner and operator of the Brown Dairy here was killed Sunday in a corn picking accident al his farm south of lown Brown bad gone lo his farm Sunday morning to pick corn He was working alone He had filled two wagons when according to acting coroner Dr M G Bourne he apparently fell into the power lakcoff His body was found shortly afl er noon by Everett Tripp an cm William ployc on the farm v u if n trf schel Loveless Monday that he is voting Republican because the Governor proclaimed a Motherinlaw Day last April A letter from the voter who signed himself simply a for mer read regretfully I am going to vote for a Republican gover nor for the first time This de e s e a few the type of cosj was forced upon me when ad tumc generally associated with the Tyrolian area of Austria and Northern Italy advocated a Motherinlaw dont know my moth erinlaw wnjmcc am not alone A great HOMES are neat as a ana many staunch Democrats pre evcry fool of usable land seems fer even a four cent sales tax to be in crops Nearly every to Motherinlaw Day house has its upstairs porches This folly could well cost you and pictures in vivid colors are the election The adverse cri to be seen on the fronts or sides ticism has been f YM f I 4 4 I T J T 1 of many houses Little Red Rid ing Hood seemed to be a favorite subject for the artists IJow the Commented Loveless I hope this is just somebody pulling my Years for paintMS made to stand up under Bavarias salubrious climate rel mains a mystery j universal sport in Bavaria3 mosj Slaying Omaha Youth but not so any more To conserve COUNCIL struck by a car in that town The Weather Mason City Continued fair nol much temperature change High Tuesday 6670 Low Mon day night 3237 G 7 C Gcrike officiating Mc Cullough Funeral Chapel is in charge Surviving are wife a son ja daughter two grand children his father four sisters and three brothers Iowa Mostly fair continued mild through Tuesday Low Monday night in 30s Aplingfon Boy Dies of Bonfire Burns WATERLOO Bcrg FiveDay Iowa Temperaturesman 3 APinSlondied at a hosi will average about 10 degreesi1111 lcrc Sunfja from burns above normal Monday njoht Ocl 17 whilc Paying through Saturday o r Incar a leaves highs 48 north lo 55 south Nor The vmnKstcr son of Mr and ma lows 29 north to 34 south lMrsClarence Bergman was Mild temperatures will with a nc5hDor A1 throughout the week with Miller2 wncn lhey found aj chance of a cooler trend about03 Sa5olinc threw it oni Friday or Saturday No prcciplhc fircThe ha7c nared P itation is indicated heir clothes afire The Mil jlcr hoy was reporled in salisfac Mmnesota Continued fair mild lory condition High Tuesday 65 j BLUFFS UPLarryi U5 Wcathcr the vanishing slock of deer andjD Jackson 36 Omaha who wasj amMonday other game hunters must buy convicted of second degree muri the animals they shoot Gamejder in the death last July of To wardens do the bulchering righllseph David Dixon 18 Omaha on the spot The meat comcsi was sentenced Monday not to ex Sia fow S hy lherC iniCCCd yearS in fha Bavaria now ison Slate Penitentiary am Minimum 63 24 35 51 37 up Radio Commentary Carried on Page 3 vacancies Prospects of a Demo n low planes engine J he saw the craft pass overhead and then disappeared behind a hill ONLY THE FRAME and motor of the plane a Piper Cub re maincd after the fire u Rrill authorities said Francis cratic upsurge brought President had hccn flying for about 15 Eisenhower out fighting during Vars the campaign From to Sliohly heforc he look off on he reportedly had ak coast he the he reportedly had ak leftwing dominated other relatives up for a ride jdogjilers too divided ovor civil rlc Brill fire department was j i U I V I I i u i k i v Wi3 rights inrl other issues lo be able called and a truck dispatched i to govern effectively driven by Darrell Francis son of I cnn tnc victim i rUK THE Democrats former i c U BCl jcused Ihe resident of surrender jing to the Communists in Korea FUNERAL SERVICES for I in Ihe armistice there Francis will be Thursday at Easily the political discovery nl the Methodist Church in I of the year is Republican Nelson Brilt preceded by a prayer scrv longer of New York s Democratic Averell Harrimnn who has several lens millions himself i Rockefeller lie gladhanding 50ice for the immediate family at multimillionaire w h oiBoughlon Funeral Home The rocketer from a political noRev Warren Paige will officiate where to become a serious chalBurial will be in the Evergreen Cemetery here Born 5 1905 in Logan he was married to Vernal In California Sen William F Invick who died in 1929 He was Knowlnnrl and Gov Goodwin Umarried April 25 1933 to Mrs Knight running for each others j Emma Buntlay Sioux Falls S D job seemwl he fighting each i They came to Britt in 1935 other ns much as they fought Ihe Survivors are his wife Emma Democrats Knowlandjtwo sons D a n e andDarrell was expected to lose lo and stepchildren Mrs cral Edmund Pat Brown andlHcnry Ethel Hansen and Mrs Knight Jess Ihnn an oven j Russell Geraldinc Crapscr both choice Kep Clair Estherville Mrs Ravmond Wreckage Located THE HAGUE Netherlands tf Wreckage and remains of victims of a Air Force One Mans Opinion Earf Halls weekly radio commen tary usually carried on this page for this edition can be found on page 3 A Mason City and Wartime Air Crash v 23 grandchildren alhcr Fred Francis Britt tuo Bothers Fred three Gram Jlflc Florence which crashed in 1915 in a nivsi and itcry valley known as in Buchanan ihavc been found in Dutch New Guinea for Tfansen and his A patrol exploring the bc Wednesday at Valley came across the wreckage v hLC bwhcs werc tak Hollamlia was occupied by AmcrljIJ thc Funeral Home ican forces in 1345 and regular flights were made over jthe valley to study the terrain jof central New Guinea corJ respondents nicknamcfl the mys tery valley ShangriLa S90 STOLEN CROMWELL took in cash from he superintend ents office in a breakin at Crom tl wicn HiSn School sometime over htm o Alaska as he wound up his lastminute cun wcchcnlEntrance apparent paigninjr minute cam iy was gainod hroHgh a window of the girls locker room fOI II WITT v fUn l Vice President Nixon replaces his 10 yearoM daughter Julies shoes she lost in a fourinch snow while walking in Kklutna Indian Reservation near Anchorage Alaska Nixon tnok his familv with   

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