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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 14, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NfWSPAPEfc THAT MAKES ALL N OKTH 10WANS NEIGHIO R S HOME EDITION VOL Aisoclatcd ind United Prtss Inlernitloiul rul Lease 7c Copy IOWA FRIDAY NOVEMBER 14 1958 Europe Revisited Economy of Portugal Prosperous EDITORS NOTE As paying of Radio Europe Editor Earl Hall cently visited Munich and Lisbon This is one of a series of reports on his experiences observations By W EARL HALL LISBON about everything I assumed about Por tugal has proved to be pretty close to 180 degrees wrong I thought it was a semiarid country Actually the rainfall here is almost two and a half times as great as in Mason City I thought Id be finding a sandy soil suit able for n o t much else than olive groves palm trees and cactus Actual Paper Coniliti X Two II ly Ive found a highly produc tive land with an amazing vegetables and HALL range of fruits grains I thought Id discover a mere extension of Spanish wasteland Instead Ive found a people proud of their independence and an economy notably prosperous and free from extreme poverty WHAT IM trying to say is that Emphasis on ICBM Defense Marine Forces Cut WASHINGTON The long rangeinlerconlinenlal ballistic missile and the cold fncts of inter national relations may shove the intermediate range rocket out of the United Slates arsenal That trend was indicated In a Boost in Gas Tax Hinted 1959 Budget Outlook Bleak WASHINGTON UPI Presi dent Eisenhower has been vised that an increase in the fed eral gasoline lax of 1 or Vh cents per gallon will be neces sary next year lo avoid adding lhal trend was mdicaled In a NEXT EMPRESS Michiko materially lo his deficit difficul ncws conference by Secretary of Shoda daughter of a wealthy itics MM 1 li i TOO MUCH HOMEWORK Students at Towson High School Baltimore parade in front of the school before Ilialdfax Defense McKlroy Thursday j Japanese businessman may be Mclilroy hastened to say conic lhe wife of lupancsc the United Stales will go aheadj Crown Irincc Akihilo II has parentteachers meeting has IKMMI scheduled to discuss i i ni IHTil U llU III II 1 i classesjo protest what they considered too much home the homework situation which the students complain bell rang A has been cutting into their outside work But they were in class when the HIGHEST LIVING STANDARD BY 1970 Russ Approve 7Year Plan MOSCOW Soviet govjThis will enable lhe Communisllfor absolute volume of produc tion and for per capita production which will insure the highest liv ernment Friday promised its produce more than halfjlion and for per capita production he highest living standards1116 WOIWs industrial goods in Jin by 1970 promise was made in a re1 compared will about one now the report claimed This a real foun ing slandards in lhe i m iiymg 10 say is Tnar on Premier Khrushchevs a icai iuun Portugal has been a most pleassevenvear economic nlan for ovcrtaking and out ant surprise I wish I could ivas ntriPPing capita produclion in stretch my threeday stay mg standards in the j Int stvbNYEAR plan was UUJIS 01 Miarmg with other conn Such economic success part of a delrics control of thc missiles Ohio Ml Thc prove the absolute superiority ofjvclopmcnl program which prownicn in Hie of lhe Vlcsl s flew as he de 1 t 11 f i i fi 1 1 i I I Vf I MIC MOCTMlPntftllf Communist mittee The plan for the years 19591965 BY 1970 or possibly earlier the calls for an 80 per cent increase report adds the will in Russian industrial first place in the world both Bulganin on Red Partys Twothirds the size of Iowa rib bon shaped Portugal has a popu lalion of 9 million against Iowas scant two and threequarters mil lion That only a third of its 000 square miles is cultivated the remainder is mountainous makes this population all the more remarkable Earliest known dwellers here were Iberians Romans gave Por lugal and dation civilization Moors from Africa took over in 711 I Some of the most lustrous pages MOSCOW Bulganin in Portuguese history have to was publicly branded an with the expulsion of the Moslem enemy of the Communist parly in V3 Ff t P O R T U G A LS monarchical snce the 1917 revolution skein is as tangled as Englands rJJv i Pr0mier or Frances Marriage between lo a is last ciaim to importance THE DENUNCIATION of 3ul ganin was contained almost cas wilh production of the Tbor and Jupiter lllHMs to complete orders for weapons to bo deployed to England and prob ably to Italy Uul the defense chief also said hat the farther you go down tlic road of tho ICBM the less interesting it is lo employ addi tional WITH THE ICBM which would be launched from bases in the United Slates we would have complete commented M c E IT o y This presumably meant that the United States would be free of the compiica THE SEVENYEAR plan was of sharing will oilier coun tries conlrol of the missiles The Chief Executive was ex pected to decide shortly whether lo recommend the increase to the commoner and make her the next empress of Japan Both he and Miss Shoda are 2t Russias parliament for certain approval prove me aosonue superiority program WHICH pro U1 lllt case 01 me IK HALS communism over capitalism lne necessary conditions tojwolM he ircd bases in al rcporl declared jbc created for completing nations The report will be delivered at uansilion to The McKlroy had another point lo the 21sl party congress M tad hls uled for next January At a date pure communism in which each own CIJMs lo strike U S missile not yet announced it will be prccontributes according lo his abilbascs thejob would Inmore sented to the Supreme Soviet ity and is rewarded only accorddifficult al miles range Ihan ing lo need at range of an I HUM The report ouches on almost frst missile to he pitched Jl phases of Russian life from nol be ours bul thc enc Khrushchevs new work plus We would have more time study educational system to excvcn ir onb half an hour lo start pansion of airlines Bul primary countermeasures than we would emphasis is placed on heavy inif tllc reliance was on medium Carpenters Authorize Union Pullout ST LOUIS Mo Mi The In ternational Brotherhood of Car jpenlers and Joiners was given all merous and effects There have been times loo when the Vatican cut a wide swath in Portugals government Mason City Occasional lightrain or snow Friday night with lows in lower 30s Saturday occasion al light rain and colder with mghsin lower 40s Iowa Cloudy andturning colder authority Friday to wilhdraw Friday night lowupper lne AFLCIO northwest lo about Saturday occasional colder dustry The volume of stale capital in vestments during the nextseven years will almost equal capilal in vestments in the 41 years of Com munist rule Khrushchev said been reported that lhe Prince new heavily Democratic Con has won his fight the igrcss Firm recommendations for the hike have been delivered to the While House A final decision ap parently awaits the outcome of talks between thc President and Secretary of Treasury Robert B Anderson just back from India THE GASOLINE tax is only one of many difficult fis cal decisions facing Eisenhower as budget for 12 month period ending June 30 completion prepara tory to its submission to Con gress in laic January The 1959 budget picture re mains bleak despite an energetic upward spurt in business condi tions during recent weeks The Presidents jlop financial advisors have not reduced their estimate of a federal deficit of 000 in mi fiscal year which nexl June 30 Some private experts have ex pressed belief thc deficit willbe considerably less due to im proved business activity and higher revenue collections Deaf Mutes Saved From the Chair livcred his desperately imporl anl message in sign language A puzzled look passed over lhe faces of two deafmute brothers Father Bernard J AlcClory made the signs again this lime more slowly THE BROTHERS watched in credulously llcsilantly one of them repealed thc priests sig nals Father McClory nodded vigorously KEY EISENHOWER say that while receipts may go The bewildered looks turned isomewha above the 67 billions range rmssiles at forward bases to ones o hysterical happiness ellmalcJ last e implied McELROYS to suggest encouraging hope for perfection of ICBMs Currently the Air Force lias llircc ICBM projects They arc he Atlas thc Titan and he Minute Man The 40 south The secession resolution was rain in a standing vole at the unions convention with only one FiveDay Iowa Temperatures for oi tne 2000 delegates dissenting the fiveday period Saturday The unions president Maurice AT THE SAME time prom ised a belter life lo lhe more iv mmm nan me 200 million Russians The real Man is lo be a solid fuel comes of faclory and office of liquid fuel Ihrough Wednesday will aver age near normal wilh highs in 11 uu auuuol teli1 Much of the time since lhejuaUy in a report onthe Soviet turn of the century the little sevenyear economic plan of Prei country has been under the Nkita Khrushchev once1 trol of a dictatorship mostly Bulganins comrade in govcrnj a benevolent dictatorship Curment The report was issued after rently one Antonio de Oljveira Salazar has substantially the same power as Gen Franco in the upper 40s upper 20s It and will lows turn in the colder Saturday with minor variations therafter Moderale to heavy precipitation as rain with amounts onehalf to one inch a meeting Wednesday of the Cen will occur on Saturday and Suri tral Committee neighboring Spain So far as Ive been able to observe there is satisfaction than resent more ment among his people day Moscow Radio said the report Minnesota Cloudy Voider rain aft exposure and out ot mentioned the AHutcheson said the policy making General Executive Board did not want to leave the CIO and would not do so unless as an absolute last WITH A ROAR the gates rose from their seats and by a standing vote gave the board the right to puil the worlds larg members routing of the antiparty group of Malenkov Kaganovich Molotov Bulganin and ShepiJov who joined mixed with snow day around 40 High Satur 11 kuv ciiiiuug uio nun ijucpiiuv wiiu The 15th and 16th centuries i111611 who slid down the road am F were Portugals glory days in ex factionsplitting j Maximum ploration Vasco de Gama sailed THIS WAS the first time that1 from Lisbon to find thc first th GIobeGazette weather data up Friday Minimum At 8 lived here 10 years and had Portuguese wife Magellan was a Portuguese who first circum navigated the globe Spanish ship of antiparlvj The other four were ousted from party leadership in but in a late June 1957 on charges of col lusion and intrigue Maximum Minimum 64 34 37 trace 44 39 FROM MY hotel room the Edouarde VII I look out on to the most impressive field of redtile roofs Ive ever seen In the distance is the estuary of the Tagus river and Lisbons ancient and ample dock area Streets and NEW PRESIDENT V M Molotov former premier and foreign minister was named ambassador to Outer Mongolia Georgi Malenkov premier before Bulganin was made a provincial power station manager Lazar Kaganovich former deputy pre AMES URMrs L N Hockett Marshalltown is the first woman elected president of theIowa State Horticultural Society in the or ganizations 92 years She was chosen at a meeting of the so ciety Thursday sidewalks are of beautifully laid mlcr and expert be cobbleslones icarne a Provincial executive in building materials gance if not size are under struction in anticipation of an ex 1Ct Central Asa panded tourisl business Lisbon has passed the million mark Un der Portuguese law new con struction is taxfree for 15 vears We cant afford NOT to our guide on a trip to the U S Seventh Fleet Host to Chiang TAIPEI UvThe U S 7th fleet ancient summer palace of thelobldl Formosa against royalty observed with a smile Communist attack was host Fri day to President Chiang Kaishek The 72yearold Nationalist lead MOST PORTUGUESE under stand French Spanish and a bit cr flew out to the car of English Shopkeepers bargain rer Midway by helicopter for a but not endlessly Silver and goldfurnour vjsit and witnessed a filigree Madeira iaces and corkTircPower demonstration products are Portugals b e s tj visit appeared to be a new buys demonstration to the Chinese On the street theres a noticeiCommunists that the United able absence of women They States stands firmly behind its have work to do at our treaty commitment to protect guide explained with at least a Formosa from invasion veiled intimation thats as thingsmst ringing the should be Islands were silent All over the world except U S i and the Englishspeaking couni MacWHITE DIES I Ties a lions share of the work DUBLIN Ireland j is done by the female of 76 formerly 94fi is no eximinister to he United AFLCIO After the delegates seated them selves a lone dissenter in the huge convention got to his feel and said he was opposed to the withdrawal resolution He was identified as Hazcwinkel Cedar Rapids Iowa HAZEWINKEL said he wanted the record to show that the vole was not unanimous Hutcheson lermed the resolution an expression of dissalisfaction by ourmembership wilh the way the AFLCIO has handled juris diction al procedures with respect to our Hutcheson emphasized how ever that the union wanted to re main inside the AFLCIO ers will increase an average of 40 per cent and of colleclive farm ers by no less Ihan W per cent the report said Improvements in pensions and health services plus alleviation of lhe housing shortage also were promised The report says The will have lhe worlds shortest rocket reliable in firing and eas ier to install in heavily fortified underground launching positions McElroys news conference al so brought word of anolher change in military planning Thc Defense Department he said will ils program for culling more men out of the Army and Marine ground troops were rushed lo Lebanon McElroy said we are about ready to slarl again on the cut back This means that by next June 30 the Army should be down to men and the Marines to HONOR CHENNAULT LAKE CHAHLES La Withdrawal is no the he said properi Hurls Woman Through j outvT VR M Window Man Charged Negro eunman aflcr gaining VAVCAO lo 3 home bv utivc L li u vvuilli a ullUi LCrtL j uiJJivt working day and working cutback was delayed The official news agency Tasswiicn crises developed in Lcba issued three versions of how and will be accomplished AVOIDING flat commitment two versions said a fiveday work week is suggested for factory and office workers who will num ber 66 million in 1965 A third ver sion said that for those working six or seven hour n clay a fivc tlav workiff week wilh two davsi ff J off a week is to be introduced The Lake Charles Air Force Base al an unspecified time bul ils namc chanRcd officially sumably wilnm the plan The transition of factory and office workers lo a six or seven hour working day is to be com pleted by Tass said Ihose with a sevenhour day wills have a 40hour week meaning almost six work days by 1962 Gunman Holds Eight Persons Hostage Then Murders Two BOWLING sevenyear Kriday to Chcnnauli Air Force Base after LI Gen Claire Chen nnult Flying Tigers chief who died recently Joseph Buza 21 and his 17 brother Bert were emerging from the shadow of the electric chair THE MESSAGE Gov C William ONeiJl had spared their lives only 11 hours before Ihcir scheduled olcclrocutions for murder Thc Governor gave no ex planation of why lie commuted their sentences to life imprison ment Thc brothers were con demned for the slabbingstomp ing slaying of Margaret Den liam 76yearold confectionary slorc and gasoline operator Attorneys for the deafmules in an earlier clemency hearing lold the Governor the boys are the victims of their affliction SAME Whllr meant putt no traffic death In cnl for i i Kan held eight persons hostngcj Swishcr 46 more than two hours Thursday ninKl i AI MRS BARKER Edith Barker 77 one of the leaders in of KANSAS waitress Mildred was taken to a hospital Thursnight then shot and killed two day night for treatment of cutswhitc women He was still al i on the back and legs Friday j A customer Rilcy Eugene Killed while they sal tied in the James 31 was taken to police room were Mrs James S jheadquarters and charged 33 lhe mother of disturbing thc peace small children and her private property and carrying a m l n c rinIaxv Kate Lewis knife Police said James became Brooks 74 angry because Mrs Swisher reFrederick Van Allen in fused to serve him a beer so he Brooks home to give a music pickcd herup and hurled her lesson was injured during a through thc front window of the with thc gunman and was tavern hospitalized at Fredcricksburg I More than 150 slate and focal jpoiice sought lhe slayer with bloodhounds near this central Ames hospital Thursday She had been under treatment for a heart condition She compleled and had been doinnart ARTJST DIES ROME UPHDavid of 700 some 20 lnal 44 an American artist not miles south of ed for his realistic reportorial sketches for Life and dird Thurday from dilurcs rnay also increasebeyond lo new federal needsin agricui lure and defense plus higher lhanexpected government inter est payments In anolher revenue field is question of asking another in crcnsc in postal rates lo attack the stillhigh Post Office Depart ment deficit Postal rale raises approved by Congress Ibis year were short of Eisenhowers recommendations Me is studying whether lo renew his request for lhe higher rates five cents first class cents for lhe new Demo cralic Congress Colder Weather Showers Seen in Iowa Forecast A warning of a break Frida light in Iowas extended mild fall weather was issued Friday by thc Weather Bureau Theforecast was for colder air spreading across the stale Friday night giving low temperatures iaturday morning in the upper 20s in the northwest to about 40 n the south Saturday also will see light rain and lower afternoon readings Lowest temperature Friday morning included 33 at Spencer but otherwise thc readings were mostly in the 50s Warm southerly air brought recordtying temperatures for the day to parts of Al Burlington the mercury zoomed up to 73 degrees for the state high and tied a record thers which had stood since 1909 Ma son City had 64 Gold Medal Again Given to Hoover NEW YORK UPI Former President Hoover received Thurs day night for the second lime the National Institute of Social Sci ences Gold Medal for aiding his fellow men Hoover is tbe first person to be given the gold medal twice It was warded for distinguished service to He first re ceived it in 1918 for overseeing relief operations in Europe The second award was made because lie has continued to give unstint ingly of yourself and your talents in devoted services to your fellow MAMIES 62 WASHINGTON in CRAMPED QUARTERS Adela Gonzales demonstrates to San Francisco authorities how she tucked herself under the hood of a car in a success isleeping pills fettle NELSON TO RETIRE CEDAR FALLS UPI Dr MaYtin J Nelson dean of in ful effort to 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