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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 8, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the CITY GLOBEGAZETTE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH OWANS N E H B 0 R S HOME EDITION VOL 97 Allocated United PM International Full copy Europe Radio Free Europe Gets Top Results EDITORS NOTE This is an other in a series of articles by t h t 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 pro Sram 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 Germany if you I once Radio Free Europe is getting through to the 74 million Com munist enslaved people in the satellite countries 1 offer you this assurance IT IS This report is written as I con clude three days of intensive con tact with the giant RFE installa tions here contact that in eluded conver sations with the top administra tors including Erik Hazclhoff European direc tor and with a good represen tative sampling of the per sons associated HALL with him in this united truth program Proof of RFE effectiveness i manifests itself in six ways 1 Interviews with thousands of escapees from Czechoslovakia Poland Hungary Romania and Bulgaria show an audience ap proximating 90 per cent 2 In the face of personal dan ger thousands behind the Iron Curtain find a way to write this arm of Crusade for Freedom that they are appreciative listeners uu 3 AMERICAN journalists Party finds itself suddenly from assignments behind thesjlorn of much of its leadership Iron Curtain testify to RFEs projiri the Iowa House of Represenla nounced effectiveness tives as a result of the general MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY NOVEMBER 8 1958 Iappr ConjiUU Ot Two SscLoruSocllon 34 7 Killed in Freak Accident WrongWay Driver Lives NOltWALK Ohio Alive nit iiKMvherent a wrong way turnpike driver was the only surl vivor Saturday of a headon col hsion lhal killtd seven persons jA suite patrolman Was speeding him off when the crash 3rd S ge F s to Ignite M n LOVE COMES AT AM AGES Two Ca rpr 81 embrace ClUit in near JV Simland It was the second marriaic for the Inide since her 81th Sand diS a e children by earlier marriages Wholl Legislature Pondered By WILLIAM EBERLINE duccd the Republican majority in S Committee Other f i T tin i LUC U L li c r DES MOINES wThe Repubthe Leglslature attaches new im1 candidates may also be proposed lican Party finds itself por ance lo this Sources close tn the 4 Communist jamming efforts costing year thats more incidentally than our combined truth pro grams cost constitute the best of proof that RFE is unwelcome 5 Drastic terror tactics are being employed by Communist police to prevent listening but people seeking the truth are prov ing both courageous and ingen ious 6 Frequently the Communist regimes in the five satellite coun tries even in Moscow single out and angrily some RFE press or radio election Who ias John M tl I Detroit headed east in iboumi ohio Turiljlike offi cials tried to piece together clues admitted it was Hines was reported in fair coni l ilion it a hospital but in no coni Ichtion to be interviewed j Six members of a Jamestown Jv V family and Hints Mrs Claudia Brooks 45 also jof Detroit were killed in the turni pikes worst crash since it opeiiec Oct i IN THE OTHER car Fridnyi night wereGeorge N Bcnlluy i2 lanicstown his wife ami their four boys aged 18 months and f n and 13 years Patrolmen found an oilstained toll ticket indicating Hincs had entered thc turnpike at Exchange iNn 5 Stony Ridge Thc time was blurred Stony Ridge is a little of Toledo il Milcpost 70 counting eastward from the In diana line There was no report of trouble at Frccmonl Interchange No at Milcpost 92 nor at the service at Milcpost 100 But the patrols log shows a patron stopped at Cnstalia main tenance building on thc north side between Milepost 107 and 108 to report an easlbouiid car in the wcslbound lane A radio message went out at und the pike headquarters in Be dose to thc toW cruising cr to floor leader for the 1959 session fie Republicans came out of the Tuesday with a the members T 1J Tte LS Attlee Calls for Change Within DES MOINES iffi Earl Clem well go for one of the re spected elder members such as Rep A C Hanson Imvood speaker in the session with McNeal as floor leader and possi bly Lisle as speaker pro teni IT WAS 4 foregone conclusion years The unofficial returns also indicate there will be a larger normal crop of freshmencvcn lllc election thcre would he new faces IN TUHT as speaker and floor leader tha ship faces a delicate job lo keep the session from turning into one big political fight In preelection guessing Re publican leaders gave Rep Vern Lisle Clarinda the inside track but now thev Rep L Muoly Grundy Cen ter speaker in the 1957 session dropped out to run for lieutenant governor and was defeated by State Sen Edward 1 McManus The 1957 floor lead er Hep Robert Carson Inde jpendencc resigned soon after the THE ACTUAL broadcasts are made in the language of the re spective countries by escapees Its a case of free Czechs free Poles free Hungarians talking to T oij wnen they caucus to name the jthe United Nations to bring in the days before the a world order which he said needs session ooens lhrv the support of people all over the globe The onetime leader of the Brit session opens they are sure to ponder carefully in an effort to find the best man Lisle stiil has his backers but vu L M a j mo ivcl 3 UUl ish Labor Party told persome others are proposing Rep sons at the final general session Clark McNeal Belmond chair Unofficial returns indicated the Republicans lost several other leaders in the election including Rep Elmer V e r m e e r What Cheer speaker pro em in 1957 Other Republicans defeated in cluded veteran Reps Dewey Lu niiui iutxNtjsi fjeimond their former neighbors who the Ioua Education Assn man of the Iowa Legislative In GooJc Roomficlcl Krnest Kosek like to be free convention j Cedar Rapids and T J Frcy XcoJa chase SGT J F WHITE the speeding cruiser reached within three or four miles of the wrongway car At the col lision occurred near Milepost ill In most places a medial strip about 6 feet deep separates the two lanes but sometimes it is possible for a car lo cross thc 50footwidc strip and remain up right if handled properly At the service plazas a car crossing the medial strip would attract atten tion on both sides The other possibility was lhat THE STAGE THAT FAILED Workmen tllc solid propellant third stage rocket the top of the gantry during thc final assembly of thc moon rocket fired early Saturday It was this stage thai failed to fire resulting in rockets demise nsllp Army to Try in 30 Days CAPK CANAVERAL Fla The Air Force launched its third i inoonrocktl early Saturday but failed to sl it into outer space when its third stage misfired It rose only about only a fraction of the mile distance to thc moon The 52ton rocket took off in perfect form at Less than 10 minutes later the Air Force reported that nil the rockets threemain stages had fired It said the launching has now been BUT WITHIN a few minufes radio test showed that thc third stngc actually failed to ignite In Washington a spokesman for thc National Aeronautics and Space Administration said At this time we dont know why the third stage did not The spokesman for jVASA which has overall direction of Ihe moonshot experiments said first and second stage operation was normal and velocity was as He also said separation of the third stage from the second stage and the payload achieved bul Uial tluta indicaud no ve locity gain by lhe third NASA scientists studied data obtained from tracking stations Hines car used an emergency crossover intended only for patrol and maintenance vehicles Fenton Man Dies in Car Accident ALGONA Howard SchuJtc 34 Fenton was killed outright Friday evening when his south bound car went out of control and into a ditch on Highway 14 six miles north of Fenton in Kosstith Counly Schultc was thrown from the car He was alone Heart Attack Fatal to William Boyd peoples nearly shortwave receiving sets In the last survey Czechoslovakia led wuua is ro with Poland had a spontaneous movement bv 000 Hungary Romania the people in getting the and Bulgaria and The Weather respectively The number doubled since 1950 has THE HOPE of the world is rOMjson Citv Decreasing cloudi iness cooler Saturday night low in low 30s Increasing cloud iness Sunday with chance of occasional shower world conscious of where it is Attlee proposed that the TJN high in low 50s Iowa Generally fair cooler Sat ma i nit UN In the face of proof that be reopened so that satellite peoples are weary Ofjneiher the West nor the East good propacan have a majority and thus administrators havcldominatc lhe other He also re on gone he utter limit in an international poSunday with a chance of scat if factual news in a completely forcc to Prevent wars from showers west and upset ached manner News of ou and a court lo disl norlh 5 and uj rtiin neiai out promises of help those at thej me helm submitted tape recordings mm a standing ovation uhen of every word broadcast in that c flnishcd speaking t n i r ii T f AT fKrt GlobcGazctle weather data 1 8 Saturday Maximum Minimum At 8 Precipitation tiui tached manner News of out a court lo dis Popes death simply riiffcrcnccs between reached the people of Catholic forrncr prime minister who Poland a full 12 hours ahead of nmv ocars title of ear flcxv Communist broadcasts crc Chicago He is better knnwn in this counlrv as Ihr man CONFRONTED W T H the under whose direction he BriTish1 charge state was set up i cidcnlally that RFE cncouragcdf j Hungarians to revolt and held ATTLEE SPOKE informally jwithout notes and the teachers IjiYEAR nnisncd speaking Maximum hectic lime Chancellor Adenauer of the slale convention and a specially appointed P with discussions in mittce found no evidence SrouP meetings which on IA it i ever to substantiate the officers Among the Ke DQgs Mallards lion and so reported Is there a duplication our governmentoperated Voicci i Ohio A of America and this privately Teachers Lil Eisenhower trained eratcd broadcasting service Iiltuun W Boyd 61 retired A FEW OTHERS are and cashier of out ihe official First National Bank died which will start Nov 24 lo learn a heart attack suffered about 9 Friday He was slricken while walking on thc sidewalk a half block north of thc bank He was taken by ambulance to a Mason City hospital but was pronounced dead upon arrival MR BOYD retired from the bank June 1 1957 Since that time he had made his home al Chatsworth where he had 2 Die in Hampton Crashes persons were killed and five persons hospital ized in wo separate acci dents at inlcrscctions n e a up afler 77 seconds of arid announced about two hours after the launching lhat the rocket leached an altitude of about miles before falling back into the earths atmosphere THE AGENCY said it the atmosphere over easlccnlral Africa about miles from Jape burned up due to air friction Two more lunar probes have been authorized both as Army projects Thc initial Army at empls may be made in the first week in December allhough Iherc las been no official announcement n Ihis regard The first Air Force try fizzled on Aug 17 when thc big rocket Hampton Saturday morning Four were in the Lutheran Hos pital at Hampton ami one al Klls worth Hospital in Iowa Falls But on Oct 11 a second 88foot rocket traveled about miles toward the moon before falling whether they were reelected They include Rep George Paul Brooklyn chairman of lhe Iowa Legislative Interim Committee who held only a five vote margin over his Democratic opponct in unofficial returns and Rep Jack IncreasjMilroy had an edge warmerof only 63 votes thc official canvass doesnt any of the results indicated properly for his M 11 lu i Ld m in rt by the unofficial returns whiicg Jc wa on rlly cloudy bc and SO around thc tnp h Sunday 45 Democrats in lhe House 33 Rcl uc wa vr c r7 fPSl limc sincr his rclirc 723fi in lhc Hniiso and 4010 ithc oenale hoih in favor of the a In 37 j Republicans 37 07 back into the atmosphere and A C MEYER 70 of neitr Dublrning UP inont was killed when his car SCIENTISTS HAD hoped to get collided with i car driven illstarred rocket to within iKcnnelh Claypool 20 also of nilcs of the moon and pos near Dumonl al an miles cast of Hampton Mrs Meyers and Clay pool were admitted lo the Lutheran Hospi tal at Hampton Kotii were re ported in serious condition Deputy Sheriff Ralph A loncs who covered hoth accidents said Meyer and Claypool lived on three miles from farms about each other MRS DELMAR isibly into orbit around it fn its announcement NASA said Pioneer H reached an esti mated maximum speed of about miles an below the miles an hour scientists said was needed to send a rocket to the region of the moon A spokesman said the rocket probably flew slightly less than minutes Worlhington was killed when the car in which she was Although Pioneer II apparently in ils mission it rose high enough for the automatic ra dio signals from the payload to be W W BOYD riding collided with a pickup rccoivcd for 16 minutes by j truck driven by Merle NoMc station at Jodrell Bank i own Falls at an inlersoclion signals re I3j miles south of Hampton jCrivcd between and Barklings husband amr To lnousands of observers on lhe hcir 3yearold son Steven Florida east sections and those elected group presidents xvere three Mason Cilv 48 26 Lake TOLEDO Ohio Marsh admitted to the Lutheran Hoscoasl and to scorcs THE GOP leadership situation newsmen sc point The unofficial lallv shows MR BOYD was born June 18 will he J2 freshman legislators in IVIason City son of Wil SURVIVING arc four al Hampton Bothi a vaniage point the House next Demoliam H and Lorclta Barron Ms Virginia Boyd ported in serious condition from tne site the crals and 17 Republicans Boyd Mrs Joseph Hva Iverlwas admitted to thc Ellsworth firing normal He becan his omniumom son tliatsworlh Mr j Hospital Iowa FnlK FINED CRESTON Dono in the Senate isnt so acute be cause the party split isnt so the First National Bank m lnKarl anrt near y every position in his carpcr Hc close Twcn veisht senators23c an hinnP his carpcr Hchntl Reublia 5 asMstant cashier m h Repiiblicans and 5 didnt have to seek rcclcclion and these included moil of lhe most convincing testimony im Cockrum gunsight GOP leaders of thc session after Jt appears the most significant aginable on that subject was pre sented to our factfinding group by our Ambassador to West Gerl many David K E Bruce Radio Free he stated is performing an allim portant that simply couldntChrysler bc accomplished by any governof the mental of a neart alter ll IHiius UR IIIUM Mgmiicanl m a four mallards in a of Ihe Democratic gains in trustce of the Boy Scouts and of hunting thc election is that there as treasurer of Ihe Elks in director in IL and trust officer and vice presinmi B Boyd St Simon J Island Ga Mr Boyd was a member of the Noll Clear condition Naomi Bngj and three Boyd Ames dent in 1950 During his career he was a r r Kenneth R CHRYSLER DIES YORK P lack son of l o i nv i t IJU Bought down thchongcr arc enoiich Republican ourthe daily legal Jimillatejvolcs to override a veto by the ih rlinng a questgovernor unless a Democrat is Snark Returns After Trip CAPE CANAVERAL FL An intercontinental missile one Lodgc a number of vcars irosi iiji 01 II Hc served in the hf during World War 1 Llks in the Lake Eric or votes uith lhc opposi later will fly to Mclzcr m 1H33 incharles Citv spend lhc rest of But with a Democratic him in dcaih May in the in a striking demonstration jcconomy 39 as by a military crew at returned shortly am landed on a hnslian Church willskid strip on the cape H con U ri 11 las van 48 Creston was fined Friday by District Judge H J Kiltleman afleP being found guil iy of charges of selling liquor to a minor SAME DATE19S74H   

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