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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 7, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPiR THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH tOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL 7 Associated Press and United International Full Lcaic Wirci 7c Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY NOVEMBER 7 1958 This Pajior CunfliU ot Two No H Europe Hitler Foe Repaid for Wrongs 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 operations of Radio Free Europe He was a paying guest of Crusade for Freedom sponsor of Along with his reports on the pro gram for getting truth to 70 million people behind the Iron Curtain in satellite countries Hall will touch on conditions in Germany and Portugal By W EARL HALL MUNICH Patience has its own reward but in the case of Ernest Langendorf it took almost 15 years to prove it I Ihink you might be interested in his story 1 was Langendorf came into my ac quaintanceship this afternoon when 1 attached myself to group of circu 1 a t i o n man agers for a visit to M u n i c hs leading newspa per the Sud deutsche Z e i t ung South German Times that As press relations AP Photofax MAYOR FINED Egan the noisy mayor of Aurora has been convicted of disorder ly conduct and fined fol lowing a jury trial The mayor has been in the headlines of late after he attempted to fire the G8man police force in a dis pute over the legal status of bingo Egan was arrested by Police Chief Donald Cmran an arch enemy at a meeting Egan had called in an attempt to mobilize citizens to replace the defiant police force HALL director for Ra Moon Rocket Difficulties Corrected FROM OUH WIRE SERVICES dio Free Europe he had made the arrangements and w a s in charge of the party Stockily built and with dark poncment jn launching its third Russia in More ATests But U S to Continue Ban WASHINGTON United tales announced Friday that Russia has fired two nuclear veapons tests since this country alted testing President Eisen lower said however that the suspension will con inue for the time being In a statemenl Eisenhower jealed to the Soviet government o join in a temporary ban on ex lerimcnlal nuclear explosions At the same time he warned IF THERE IS not shortly a corresponding renunciation by the1 Soviet Union of the United States will be obliged to reconsider its i Announcement of the new nu clear explosions in the Sovietj Union was made by the Atomic Energy Commission There was an implication in the AEC statement that the So viets might have thought the two tests would not be detected al though this was merely a specu lation The AEC statement said The Atomic Energy Commis sion has announced detection of Mason Cityan Son Die in TruckTrain Crash hair thats wearing out just a bit in spots Langendorf is s o m e where in his 50s At any rate hes old enough to remember when Adolf Hitler was on the make That as a matter of fact is at the center of my story AS A MEMBER of the editor i a i staff of a Hamburg daily Langendorf sensed and the things he newspaper that Hitter preached were essentially coun terfeit For him and his newspaper acquainting readers with the phony character of Nazism was a fulltime job Not so long before the little Austrian paperhanger took over in 1933 Langendorf came upon a man who had served in Hit lers squad in World War names and dates he exposed a record of insubordination and cowardice When the going got moon rocket Friday and began preparing the 88foot vehicle for another blastoff attempt early Saturday A strange knocking noise in side the missile caused the post ponement The huge Pioneer moon rocket glowed in the rays of floodlights for more than two hours in a driving rainstorm be fore the launch was called off at BOTH EXPLOSIONS were relatively low yield They were conducted at a lest site in the southern part of the U S S R rather than at the Novaya Zeml ya test site north of the Arctic Circle where most of the tests in recent weeks have been Eisenhower in his stalemenl said that this continued testing by the Soviet Union has occurred despite the fact that negotiations j for the suspension of testing of THE AIR FORCE has two more nuclear weapons have since Oct chances to shoot for the moon 31 been under way at The United States he recalled announced Aug 22 that concur rently with the opening of the Geneva negotiations it would sus this month in the early morni ing hours of Saturday and Sun day and then only within a criti cal time period of 18 to 20 min utes The time on a moon launching is critical because the earth moon are in the opportune posi j tion for just brief periods suspended tests March day pend the testing for Cilbhs TRAIN SHATTERS TRUCK 2 filled tracks mute evidence of how a small truck Park crossing north qf Mason City A hat and gar ments of the two victims Maynard Odden and his son loaded with musical instruments was dragged Ot er it Dayjd in points to was struck by an M St L freight train at the Spring iheBTanketcovered bodies between the rails JOHNSON OUTLINES 12POINT PROGRAM Well Meet Ike Halfway Demos and had not yet resumed them WASHINGTON Lyniin the field of foreign affairs andJogglcrs and gloomdogglcrs bull Without specifying what he had one year iy the Accident at Rail Crossing Maynard Odden David Victims Maynard 0 I d e n 40 and his son David 11 were killed Thurs day afternoon in a trucktrain accident on the Spring Park Road near the Weuver Construction Co Odden of 925 10th wai driving a Vance Music Co truck Sheriff Jerry0 Allen said the westbound truck skidded about feet before the collision on the crossing The truck was just onto the crossing when Ihe Minneapo lis and St Louis Railway diesel train engine struck U The train was going north Oddcn rind his son were thrown r o m the vehicle as it w a whipped to the north with Ihe front end folded under it The truck and bodies came to rest about 80 feet north of the cross ing on the east side of the track THE T R A I NS engineer Larry Wilschutz ot told the sheriff he saw the truck i when the engine was about 300 feel from the crossing The trains brakes were applied then but the full Hear trainhad just passed the wrecked truck when the train came to a full stop Hurley Lowe Pier son of the Weaver firm saw the accident The Various witnesses estimated the trucks speed at about 45 miles an hour and Wiis chulz told officers the train was going at that speed also Sheriff Allen and highway pa trolmen investigating the acci dent said Oddcns view to the south would have been restricted tti tt LLCII Liit gimig j i i i i r tough Adolf had business else If lne missilemen fail to fire in August Soviet scientists startdon B jonnson DTex pledgedldcfense when it speaks with twojsaid his party would not seek re j i j t 11 I pH 3 a f HlO ri I ri n where In the face of this it n in within the specified time they Iwill have to wait until early Moscow arguing that at the end Democrats Friday December The launching was less than an hour away from zero when the this was necessary because the United States and Britain had not accepted the Russian pro meet President Eisenhower at east halfway to avoid partisan noise was heard The trouble in March to halt all testing parently could not be pinpointedlPermsnenty soon enough to get the rocket off during the critical time limit IT ALSO appeared that the Cape would lose a distinguished visitor Queen Frederika of Greece who displayed a keen in terest in science during a visit to Chicago Thursday was watch the shot from a vantage point on the Cape But the Air LATER about Aug 30 the So viet government refused the U call for tests to halt for a year on Oct 31 and said it would be free to continue nuclear explosions until its total equaled that of the United States and Britain since March Eisenhower said the United States and Britain during the pasl warfare in the two years ahead U2 point legislative program The Senate majority leaderJsome parts of which are certain to draw Eisenhowers fire Johnson also took obvious note campaign some Demo said that a nation cannot exist evitable that a price should be placed on the Langendorf head when Der Fuehrer established himself as head man Courage ous yes but not foolhardy the Hamburg journalist got o u t of Germany while the getting was good i ULTIMATELY following an odyssey which took him into sev eral other countries Ernest Langendorf found his way to America In due time he became a citizen When war came his vast knowledge of Germany and his understanding of HiUensm tnat hp Quccn hcp daiighter 31 suspension Until the newlgo on but he finally gave way to made him invaluable to our Sophia scheduledRussian blasts were in his left arm and made an Ilarv jto leave before the next had been some apparentiexit 40 minutes after his hour and With the war in its final After thjt shol ne AJr porcejhope that the Soviets would goJ45 minute show began His injury our high command found it expejji give way to jhc Armv wnjcnl along with a tacit suspensionjwas not seriousand it was be dient to give him a civilian status nas UvQ authorized lunar probes idating from Oct 31 llieved no bones were broken and send him back into his home1 At the same time Johnson sketched the broad outlines of a of Eisenhowers speeches calling crats spendthrifts radicals boon Force said after the postponement week have maintained Iheir tradition of the show must Jack Paar Injured in Stunt on Show HOLLYWOOD UPI Come dian Jack Paar took an unex pected spill on a trick chair and had to leave his nationally teleMason City Cloudy with strong vised show Thursday night The game performer tried to carry on The Weather JOHNSON who with House Speaker Sam Rnyhurn will lead the next Congress said when the Democrats agree with the Presi dent they will try to support him And when they disagree they will try to present constructive alternatives in mind Johnson called for a new farm program saying There is something wrong when the government must spend Trt cents for every net dollar the farmer takes Eisenhower old reporters Wed ncsday he contemplated no change in the administrations farm policy by a portion of the Weaver plant and parked vehicles by it ALLEN SAID it it his recom mendation that either stop signs or flashing crossing signals be installed at the intersection Jack McGowan Mason City Route 2 was killed Jan 3 this ycnr in an almost identical acci dent at the same crossing His chance of Crash Injuries Fatal to Sheffield Girl i t HAMPTON Leone Arlcne The first Army shot is expected land on a very special type in December mission This was in the spring of 1945 Heres where the pa tience to which I have referred began to pay off Recognizing the need for an honest press in a warwrecked economy Ernest Langendorf was given the authority of licensing agent in the army of occupation It was his job to turn the lock the doors of HHlers wholly subi servient publications and to con fer the right to publish on the Porter Sheffield died early new kind of publications Friday at Lutheran Hospital here THE VERY MAN who once35 tilc rcsuit of injuries suffered was driven out of Germany a accident Thursday printing the truth was northeast of in his native land sounding lheiherc on a road death knell for Hitlers false A car driven by her journalism and presiding over Jerry Dean Porter 21 swerved the birth of publications dedicat ed to truth in a climate of human dignity and democracy ing the girl from the car Porter If that isnt a full recompense jWas Just slightly injured treat for the wrongs committed against edal lhe hosPltal rclcarscd him by a counterfeit dictator wouldnt know how to describe Sheffield Their fa ther was killed several years ago As we moved from office to a corn ickcr accidcnl fice department to department in the sevenstory building which houses Bavarias most distin ROYAL EXCUSE i to avoid hitting a rabbit hit loose gravel and rolled throw shifting winds and occasional light rain Friday night lows in upper 30s Clear ing nnd colder Saturday in upper 40s Iowa Considerable cloudiness Friday night a few light show ers and strong shifting winds extreme north colder or turn ing colder west and central warmer extreme east lows in upper 20s northwest to 40 south east Clearing and colder Sat urday Five Day Iowa Temperatures Some of the proposals Johnson JOHNSON called for legislation jutlincd appeared certain lo win to help areas of chronic uncm opposition from Eisenhower who ploymcnt Eisenhower vetoed an reemphasized at a Wednesdayiarea development bill passed at news conference what he calledthc last session which far excced the dangers of reckless his own recommended pro jgram 1 And the Senator called for stcppcdup water development the West n lowering of intcresli rnlcs he said are slowing down economic growth a hold hous ing program which will set as its goal a home for every Ameri can family and an expanded airj port building program In addition to housing urban renewal airport building a new New School District Approved in Voters Thursday approved five of six districts the Noraiarm SpringsRock Falls school dismcnt trict reorganization plan by a lower program water develop tleprcsscd area help and interest rates Johnson vote of to 194 The six dissaid Congress must face up to MAYNARD ODDEN will average about 5 will become united into one A REV1EW Of forejgn policy above normal Friday night on July 1 1959 that bold new imaginative through next Wednesday Miss Fannie F 1 o yd ms can be mal highs 44 north to 50 south County superintendent of officials truck was in a colll Normal lows 28 north to 32 will announce dates for electing A pOijcv for vvith a nortnDounrt train south Cooler at beginning ofthe new board of education SncAmerica wnjch will help our As in last accident period warmer first of that no definite lime is prencJRhbors o noip themselves thc sun was lov enouSn the week and turning cooler againscribed by law need to breathe new life ucslern lo cause difficulty by Wednesday Precipitation FALLS TOWNSHIP districf was into ncwlv crcatcd space for a driver Thursdays accident will average onetenth m hat alinch a program to happened at ttfp against reorganization The vote explore oulcr space THE DOOR of bv midweek tnerc was for and The need for a program to deVancc truck was torn otf at he y H wil become part of the districtvelop the peaceful uses of thejcrossmg anj music musical in Minnesota Windy colder Hghtnevcrtheless atom wih emphasis on an and pieces from the snow High Saturday in 40s Portland I Portland 8 and merchant marine truck were scattered from that Owen 3 volcd unanimously for Passage of a labor bill to t0 a pojnt w e II beyond weather data up to 8 Friday Maximum Minimum At 8 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 48 23 37 47 39 the plan Portland 1 had 17 honest constructive laborwherc the truck came to rest iplo in favor Portland 8 had 22 from the selfish schemes of the oddcn was vice president of Owen 3 had 7 In jtne Vance firm and had been a guishcd newspaper i t s equip ment would compare with McCrccry was fined finest in I couldnt get for speeding Thursday de my mind or eye off Ernest Langispite his excuse that I was LONDON UPI General Siri AP Photofax RUSS HAIL REVOLUTION Thousands of marchers stream into Moscows Red Square to take part in cere monies marking the 41st anniversary of the Red revolu cndorf It was he who started thejohly trying to avoid keeping ihc tion Soviet leaders placed the on peace and a Suddeutsche Zeitung on its wayiPrince of Edinburgh waiting fori short military parade revealed nothing new in the line jas General Telephone and Elecjhas an assessor Just 13 short years ago this 1 of arms Itronics Corp around Springs 537 voters favored rei j organization and 32 opposed it Portland 6 voters split 3L to 16 jfor the proposal j OF THE 918 votes cast in the isix districts close to 79 per cent PLAN TO MERGE jwcre for reorganization i NEW YORK About 650 students will be enj rectors of General Tecphoneirolled in the new district Some Corp and Sylvania Electric Prod200 of this number wil be in ucls Thursday announced planslhigh school The new district will to merge into a firm to he knnwncover about 88 square miles and esscrl valuation of SAME salesman for it for many years Maynard C Oddcn was born Nov 22 1917 at Lake Mills son of Joseph C and Anna Erick son Odden He was married to Josephine Brose Sept 8 1940 in City He was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church the brotherhood of the church Kiwanis Club the Mason City Municipal Band and the Austin Symphony Or chestra A veteran of World War II Oddcn had also played with   

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