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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 15, 1958, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited lor MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H I N W S f A P I THAT MAKES ALL NORTH I O WANS N l I G H I 0 R S HOME EDITION VOL 7 Associated tnd United Inlernstlonil Full Lent 7o Copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY NOVEMBER 15 If 51 ThU Pijwr oi Two m Europe Revisited1 Latest RFE Installation in Portugal EDITORS NOTE This is tht last in a scries of 13 articles by t b t Globt Gazettes editor written on an 8day visit to Mu nich and Lisbon for closeup look at the operations of Radio Free Europe was a paying 0uest of Crusade for Freedom sponsor of i By W EARL HALL LISBON field oi 13 giant radio transmitter towers at Gloria some 50 miles from here by bus is one of Radio Free Europes best answers to the Communist regimes in satellite countries which arc trying to keep the truth from getting through to their people This is the third of three huge transmitting installations main lained by those truth dollars the people of Amer ica have been contributing to Crusade for Freedom these past eight or nine years One is at Biblis near Frankfurt Germany the other is at Holzkirchen not far from Mun HALL ich From the technicians at Gloria today many of them once were with RCA or Weslinghouse back I learned that the short wave signal from here on the 96 frequencies available can often get through the Communists ex tensive jamming screen more ef fectively than signals originating Mason City Scattered showers Saturday night and Sunday low in high Sunday in upper 40s Iowa Low Saturday night mid 30s north to mid 40s south Light snow or sleet northwest light rain or drizzle southeast Saturday night and Sunday i Minnesota Cloudy with strong winds night over slate and Sunday Saturday with rain changing to snow and develop ing southwest portion by Salur day night and spreading through central and most o north Sunday and Sunday night Lows Saturday night 2030 north 3038 south Highs Sun day 2835 west and north to 35 45 southeast GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Saturday Maximum 61 Minimum 43 At 8 43 Precipitation Trace YEAR AGO Maximum 42 Minimum 33 within the Curtain shadow of the Iron THE on of those men of science explained to me at my level of compre hension is substantially the dif ference between a sawedoff shot gun and a precision The rifle in this simile is of course the huge installation here with a capability of directing a beam to a sharply bounded reFL Badger and Hunts ceiving territory over the utah ust east o hereHe tance of or miles ltold Weber County Dep Sheriff Seven Fliers Sought in Snowstorm OGDEN Utah Rescue parties spread out over a vast area of snowswept northeastern Utah Saturday in search of sev en lightly clad airmen who bailed out of a disabled C119 transport plane The pilot Capt Harry 0 Blount Clearfield Utah was found eight hours after he and his crew parachuted to the ground Other crew members were still missing WITH ONE engine failing plane crashed 250 miles north of herein Idaho Blount said the men jumped out at 10miie intervals between Tyrone Power Stricken Victim of Heart Attack MADRID Spain iff Tyrone Power 45 died Saturday of a heart attack The screen and stage star was stricken on a movie set Solo mon and in which he wasj playing opposite Italian actress Gina Lollobrigida Power complained as he had been for several days of a pain I in his left arm and abdomen He was rushed to a Spanish hospital and died an hour later Ted Rich mond producer of the picture was at his bedside HIS WIFE of less than a year the former Debbie Ann Mini dardos is expecting a baby in February Power had been married to French actress Annabella and loj Linda Christian Both marriages ended in divorce Shooting of the picture was halt cd by Director King Vidor until further notice Extras and bil players all Spaniards dispersed quietly All were stunned told their star had died Richmond drove from the hos pital to break the news 0 Powers young wife THE VETERAN actor who virtually abandoned Hollywood al the hnight of his movie fame went back to the stage in 1952 He returned to Hollywood only for an occasion al film While he maintained a home in Holly wood he spent a great deal oJ his time in Mex POWER ico and Europe Power was one of the top Gloria which was started from jGerald Waymant he hadthe men jump at intervals because he was scratch in what had been openrunfamiliar country up to eight years ago JS strictly a relay station No WAYMANT grams are ever originated here men trapped in an earlywinter PEDESTRIAN STRUCK Policeman William F Mc Elroy kneels by Fred C JIaverly 82 518 Adams S who was injured Friday evening when lie was struck by a car on 5th S W at Adams JIaverly was in satisfac tory condition at Park Hospital with fractured ankles and cuts and bruises The driver of the car M H Gall oway 56 505 Taylor S is questioned by police by CtblM detective Max Stephens Police were told Haverly had hurried south 5th in front of H car in the right lane of the oneway street For westbound traffic He came into the path of Galloways car which was in the left lane Haverly was thrown about 21 feet No charge was Filed LOVELESS TO FAVOR DEMOCRATS Will Make 50 Appointments DES MOINES safe to assume that the various boards and commissions ofrlowas stale through most of his first affirm his two Democratic ap money making stars in the movieslgovernmcnt will take on a more in 1938 1939 and 1940 Born in Cincinnati Ohio May pronounced Democratic hue next SAID the missing 5 1913 line of Most of them come through by shortwave radio from either Mun ich or New York although there are cases in which tapes cut in those twoplaces are flown in AS WE GOT OUT of our buses this afternoon following a most pleasant trip through the Portu guese were greet ed by Henry C Lolliot managing director He welcomed us in be half of the 450 workers who make up the staff of the operations here Only 9 of them are Ameri cans the bulk Portuguese except for 25 exiles from Redheld na In his brief talk ona lawn of spongelike grass in front of the administration building Lolliot stephen R Lcwis o the Port blizzard could be anywhere be tween here and Evanston but Blount said later the men had left the plane within a five minute period and he believed they would be found within a 10 mile radius of where he was found about eight miles east of Huntsville Dep Sheriff Blair Findlay said the area is extremely rugged and heavily timbered He said the snow was about 18 inches deep and still failing lowcm Gets 10Year Term for Murder GUTHRIE CENTER UPI he was actors the third in a named Tyrone year Democratic Loveless has Power His greatgrandfather was an Irish comedian and his father a Shakesparian actor He took his first stage part at 7 HIS MOVIES included such standouts as Lloyds of In Old Alexanders Ragtime Marie Anto Rose of Washington Jessie The Rains Brigharh The Mark of Blood and Long Gray Eddy The Sun Also Witness For the Duchin Rises and On the stage Power toured in John Browns Body in 1952 He was on Broadway opposite Kath arme Cornell in The Dark Panora Light Enough in 1955 and is Gov about Hers c h e I 50 appoint with the Republican members of the commission lold newsmen recently Its a safe bcl that the commission will be Dcmocralic conlrolicd after next Inly Obviously it is equally curtain ments to make to the numerous agencies ofthe state including all five members of the highway commission Loveless who has been at odds uilty to second degree Mister This year he light Light Snow or Sleet Forecast for North Iowa Light rain and falling tempera tures were the weather order of Saturday and the same was due for Sunday The Weather Bureau said there was a possibility of light snow or sleet in the north Saturday night inj The Highway Patrol reported pointecs Cecil Malone Atlantic and Robert Brice Waterloo The terms of the three Republi can members expire next June 30 They are Robert K Beck he commission so LovcJess wil name otic Republican and one Democrat Term is six years Board of RegentsTwo Demo crats Roy E Stevens Ottumwa and Mrs Morris Ann Convoys Readied in Berlin To Test New Red Threat BERLIN W The Army is expected soon to move other I ruck convoys in a test of Soviet rcmicr Khrushchevs intentions oncerning his demands for the Vest to quit Berlin Russian soldiers Friday blocked a routine threetruck Army con oy seeking to cross Communist iSasl Germany to West Germany ind held it for hours The Army said the Russians broke stnblishod procedures by mak ntf unacceptable demands to in pect the trucks Normally heavy civilian high vay traffic was moving west to Iny without hindrance Rail and nir traffic also were normal Tho British and French military garrisons in Berlin get most of hcir supplies by rail making lit tle supply use ot the 110mile autobahn through t h e Soviet zone KHRUSHCHEV demanded Monday in Moscow that miljtary forces be withdrawn from Berlin which his puppet East German regime claims as its capital The Western Allies say they are by right of World War II eon ciiiesl and will use force if rieces sary to remain in antiCommu nist West Berlin Thc convoy incident was the first harassment of Western forces in Berlin since Khrushchev opened his campaign But Soviet demand to inspect Army trucks crossing East Ger many is an old issue The Allies Ijiim thc Russians are entitled only lo examine trucks manifest apcrs There has been speculation1 licrc that the Russians might block Allied communications io the west or turn control the East Germans Tba Allies have refused to deal with that the Governor will favnrjcity and Russell Lundy Des members of his own party where Cenlcrviilc Chris Larson Sioux strong and one Republican possible in appointments to other bodies AMONG OTHERS the Gover nor has two appointments to make to the conservation com mission three to the Board of Re gents three to the Iowa Natural Resources Council two to the Iowa Liquor Control Commission and one each to the Iowa Board of Parole Board of Control and Iowa Employment Security Com mission Loveless gets to name all five members of the Highway Com mission next year because the Senate in the last session refused and occasional fog states in George for shooting a man to death JulyjBernard Shaws Back to Me 24 after a tavern argument trict Judge Phil sentenced Lewis R to Wilkinson j Studio officials said Power had the stale ia heart check up a few weeks prison at Fort Madison The vie1 ago Although some concern was tim was Murvin Burchfield 52 Panora felt about his health no one rea lized his life was in danger n fViat o i j n i NVv P h t h it h murdcr charges Friday and wasimade an lwcek tour of cities in throughout much of eastern Iowa misunderstandin nevci a dl senlenccd io 10 iears in prisonlthe Eastern states in George While temperatures still were mand to censor the RFE broad casts Portugals government of course borders pretty closely on being a One versed in the intricacies of wireless would have a field day at this transmitting complex Some of the worlds latest and finest equipment is being used in the new buildings which are spot lessly clean DISTANCE from Gloria trans mitter to target audience in Po land Czechoslovakia Hungary Romania and Bulgaria averages between and miles The whole spectrum of shortj wave transmission is with thc sending equipment op erating every day on a roundthe clock schedule Theres no rest for the wicked in this case meaning thc Red jammers My confidence that the voice of truth is getting through to the 70 million satellite people en slaved by Communism is in creased by what Ive seen today Along with counteracting the falsehoods of the Moscowdirected propaganda these broadcasts f carry an assurance lo those un happy people that they have not been forgotten or forsaken by the free world v Moines THE GOVERNOR is expected to resubmit to the Senate the names of lirice and Malone who have been serving under interim appointments since shortly after thc 1057 Legislature closed Hell name one other Democrat and two Republicans since ac cording to law the commission must be composed of three mem bers of one party and two of thc other But its regarded as a cer tainty that his Republican choices wont include any of the present three The Governor also will have an opportunity to name a new ad jjutnnt general of Iowa and a new public safety commissioner but indications are thai ho will rcap Cl if ford Slrawniiin Anamosa will leave the board next June 30 sixyear terms end or more are rcap FIRING SCRUBBED CAPE CANAVERAL Fla A powerful Atlas missile sat poised in the open for several hours but the shoot finally waa called off Saturday for the see in three days DISTANT TARGETS Here are the five satellite na tions toward which Radio Free Europe truth broadcasts are beamed with a riflelike precision from giant trans mitter towers near Lisbon Portugal an average dis tance of miles Editor Hall describes that installa tion in the adjoining column in the last of his daily reports on a recent visit to Germany France and Por tugal on the mild side over much of the slate Saturday morning Spen cer reported a stale low of 39 degrees Mason City had 43 The outlook was for Sunday morning temperatures in the mid 30s in the north to the mid 40s in the south Fridays high readings ranged up to 72 degrees at Davenport but the indications were that Satur day afternoons highs would be about 20 degrees lower than Fri days 100Pound Usher Helps Capture Theater Bandit DES MOINES All of the Lhcalrics at the downtown Des Moines Theater Friday night didnt occur inside on the screen Mike Crousc 18 a 100pound usher put on a little show of his own and foiled a holdup He went to the aid of Zeta Zieg Icr 18 a cashier in the box of fice and collared a 169pound man who approached the girl threateningly and demanded that she turn over the money Mike couldnt hold the man and chased him for two blocks slow ing his flight by jumping on his back By then the theater manag er appeared and aided in the cap Commissioner Russell Brown He probably will name a Democrat to succeed insurance commis sioner Oliver Bennett Timm Buddy Forced Down by Engine Trouble LAS VEGAS Nev Two Fliers forced down by engine trouble after 17 days aloft say theyll try again to beat the world endurance mark of 50 days Theyll next week Robert Timm and Charles Republican and J D I Reynolds Creslon Democrat are when their unless one pointed Iowa Natural Resources Coun of George B Harl man Ames Stanley L Hayncs Mason City and H L McKinley St Ansgar expire next June Members serve sixyear terms IOWA LIQUOR Control Com terms of thc two Democratic members on the three member commission arc expiring Loveless may reappoint the present commissioners Wil liam Housel JIumboldt and C J Burris Mpquokcla to sixyear terms Board of Martin Hamburg is in the Communist East German re gime on Die ground it is not a representative government KHRUSHCHEV said Friday night the Soviet Union docs not intend to fight the West for Bcr in and is preparing formal osals on the future status of tho The Soviet Premier chose a Cremlin reception for graduates if military schools to make these latemcnts He also twice sug gested that U S Secretary of late Dulles cool off over Ber in Noting that Dulles had indicat ed the United States would resist y force any attempt to change he status of Berlin Khrushchev said Dulles frequently appeals to ture Police ficd as Moines pninl Maj Gen Fred Tandy and thc last year of his term but may be reappointed Term is six years Board of Control Longlime Republican member Robert C jLappcn De Moines is finishing HERES THE on latest term Indications are major vacancies the Governor will fill Conservation Commission Terms of George M Foster Ot Democrats kela said Friday They took off Oct 27 from Carran Field here in their Ccssnaj 172 Piston trouble forced them lo land Thursday night in Death Valley Timm is from Las Vegas and formerly of Mason City Kaskcla is from Anaheim Calif Liberty Center Man Victim of Crash INDIAiVOLA UPI Doyle Keith Edgington 22 rural Liber ty Center was killed and two companions were injured serious ly when their car crashed off the end of a country road into a bank early Saturday Clair E Edgington 22 Liberty Center a cousin of thc victim and Doris Ulster 16 Indianola were hospitalized at DCS Moinesl with serious injuries CHARGE FILED SIOUX CITY man slaughter charge was filed hcrej mandcr of Friday against Marvin carriers was that Loveless will name some one else lo succeed him Term is six years Iowa Employment Security of Rcpubli can Claude M Stanley Corning I member of the commission since 11937 is expiring Loveless is ex peeled to name another man for thc next six years od id in his statements and add MN THIS CASE it it recom mended that if Dulles is really a eligjous man thathc go into his church and pray to God that God ivc him who holds such a high post the patience and reason to correctly estimate the interna tional situation and not to use that position to intimidate others but to achieve a sensible solution of outstanding questions without resorting to threats of In his second recommendation Khrushchev recalled the practice of the ancient Romans of taking a cold bath to calm themselves before making vital decisions Perhaps this should be recom mended to certain overhot parti sans of the policy of balancing on the brink of said Khrush chev AT Photofax CRASH VICTIM Rear Adm Leonard B Southerland com 7th Fleet aircraft killed Saturday BOARD OF SOCIAL i Loveless early this year named Marshall Jewell to the board to fill thc vacancy left by thc re tircment of Mary Hunckc Des Moines He may reappoint Jewel for a full term of six years Tax Commission Term ofiStatc Central Committee and will Martin Laulerbach Alden commove from Albia to Des Moines mission member since 1951 is expiring Loveless is expected to appoint another Republican to replace Lauterback Term is six years i Board of mem bers of thc board and State Health Commissioner Dr Ed mund G Zimmerer up for reap pointmcnt for fouryear terms NEW CONTRACT SIOUX CITY The Sioux City Stock Yards Co and Local i76 of the United Packinghouse Workers Union were in agree Norberg to Remain as Demo Chairman DES MOINES UPI Donald NTorberg plans to continue as jchairman of the Democratic Norbcrg who earlier had said he planned to return to his posi tion as editor of the County News at Albia following the election said Friday he had found a liking for the a year job 19 Basset I Neb in connection in a helicopter crash on Okinajincnl Saturday on a new contract arrested a man idcntilwith the traffic rfcalh of wa An unidentified officer died jcalling for 19 cents an hour in Don T Yuille 33 Des George Murad 31 here Oct 31 Sioux with him when the craft dipped iwage increases across the board suddenly crashed and burned during the next two years SAME
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