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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 17, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited Ux Horn I MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 97 THI THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH IOWANS N I I 6 H 0 R S United InUrnaUonal Full 7c Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY NOVEMBER 17 19SI JHOME EDITION Paper Conililt o Two SecttoiuScclion 31 Successful Coup in ProWest Sudan One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST1 SCHEDULE tl IGLO f HOl IutSfUy WTAD Quiaoj 930 WSUL U City J810I Report on Your Truth Dollars Y VISIT with you on this oc casion will be in the nature of a report to the multiplied thou sands of people in Iowa Illinois and the Middle West generally who have contributed their truth dollars to Crusade for Freedom for the support of Radio Free Europe These gifts have been made on a strictly voluntary basis There has been no pressure No body has been looking over the shoulder of the donor and say HALL ing out loud or even whispering I think you ought lo give such and such an 11 has been and it will go on being a matter for the individual to decide And that strikes me as being added reason why those who con tribute out of honest conviction and a full heart should welcome a report on what is being done with those truth dollars I speak as one who has been privileged to sit in on and watch the dayto day operations of Radio Free Europe at its two major installa tions MunichGermany and Lis bon Portugal BUT BEFORE t get into my observations and impressions based on that experience I per haps should tell you more about my special interest in the subject It stems from three previous con tacts with people behind the Iron Curtain One was in East Germany one was in Yugoslavia Titos Iron the third only last year was in Hungary and Russia itself Despite a resolution of my own and a promise to my family to taper off on my activities in caus es outside my profession I couldnt find it in my heart to say no when I was asked to head the Crusade for Freedom financial solicitation in my state last year One of the thrills of that commit ment incidentally came from an unbelievable generosity from neighbors in my hometown This mission of inspection par ticipated in by about 50 Crusad ers was largely at the expense of the participants Not one cent of money raised for Radio Free Europe was used Congenial and stimulating companions made it a pleasant 10 days But it could not be described as a vacation in any sense of the word It was much too strenuous for that WITH THIS BACKGROUND laid we are now ready to talk about Radio Free Europe and its task of bringing truth and hope to the 74 million people held as slaves in five satellite nations Poland Czechoslovakia Hungary Romania and Bulgaria The magnitude of the operation came as a surprise lo me close as I have been lo the program for the past year or so In Europe alone there arc in excess of employes The nerve center is in English Gardens a section of Munich where persons fit into Ihe total picture Under a policy adopted some eight years ago when Radio Free Europe came into being at the suggestion of Dwight D Eisen hower then head of our NATO defenses the microphones on the sending end of news commen taries and entertainment have been manned by escapees from the Communist tyranny THAT RULE still prevails Its effective to have a Pole a Czech or a Hungarian in a climate of freedom talking to his former neighbors still living under Com munist tyranny Considering the dimensions of the screening prob lem there are 31 nationalities in all its liltto short of a miracle that order has prevailed where so easily it could have been utter chaos The Crusade for CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 ARCHBISHOP OHARA ARCHBISHOP CUSHING 2 Americans Among 23 New Catholic Cardinals VATICAN CITY U Pope John XXIII Monday named 23 new cardinals including the archbishops of Boston and Philadelphia A consistory Dec 15 will givdlhe new cardinals their red hats The size of the College of Cardinals is being increased to 75 from 70 The two U S cardinalsdesignate are Msgr Richard James Lushing 63 archbishop of Boston and Msgr John F OHara 70 archbishop of Philadelphia Amleto Cicognani apostolic delegate to the United States who is stationed in Washington also was nominated to be a prince of the church The Vatican said the present members of the College of Car dinals would meet in secret con sistory Dec 15 to confirm the Popes nominations The pontiff will present the red hats of their rank to the new cardinals in a private ceremony Dec 17 and a public consistory honoring them will be held Dec 18 Ten of them are nonItalians THE CONSISTORY first of Pope Johns reign will increase the membership of the College of Cardinals for the first time in al most four centuries from 70 to 75 The present 70member col lege a complement established by Pope Sixtus V has 18 vacan cies Mile Over Night Limit Gets Our Editor Fine Earl Hall GlobeGazette editor announced Monday that he was paying an uncontested fine of 5 was in his accident and costs in a justice of peace court at Independence for a vio limit The Mason City an was one of a sizable number of Iowa football fans picked up by radar check at a point some five miles south of the Buchanan County seat Satur day night Death of i lowan Probed Youths Body Found in Ditch FORT DODGE WVBlood and tissue have been found oni the right front wheel and fcnderj of a car involved in an accident here about midnight County Attorney Arthur II Johnj son said Monday The accident occurred at about the same spot where the body of 15yearold Bruce Ludwig son of Mr and Mrs John Ludwig was found in a ditch at Sun day Johnson said Ludwig apparent ly was fatally injured when slruck by a car THE CAR on which blood was found was registered to W E Jones father of Daniel Joncs 17 who is hospitalized in good condi tion as a the Saturday night accident in which his fa thers car went into a dilch John son said The county attorney said inves tigation in the case was continu ing He said no charges had been filed Olher investigating officers said three other teenage Fort Dodge youths had been located who said they were parked alongside the road at the time the Jones youth POWERS WIDOW AT SERVICE The young widow of actor Tyrone Power Deb bie Ann Mimmlos Power and producer Ted Richmond arrive for a memorial service at the U S Torrejon Air Base in A PJiolufax bpain Mrs Power who is expecting a child in February is accompanying the body of her husband by air for final serv ices in Hollywood The actor 45 died Sat urday of a heart attack These youths were quoted as saying Ludwig and David Craft What the Open Mike Incident Is All About r T i i jmuwig uiu uaviu urau alion Iowas night time speed 17 who had in Joncs Los Angeles are the American cardinals The arresting officer said the device present yea r THROUGHOUT 19 reign of the late Pope Pius there had been speculation that he might increase the size ol the Col lege of Cardinals to cope with the increasing administrative prob lems of the expanding church Many of the present 52 cardinals are aged and infirm and their average age is 73 the patrols accepted limit for night driving Im not about to complain about said Hall in comment on his embarrassment growing out of the fact that he has been active in the traffic safety cause for many years Among other things he was founder and first president of the Iowa State Safe ty Council 25 years ago I have advocated a speed limit not only for night but for day Most of the new cardinals as he added Moreover expected were from Italy France of radar or any other r SCientlflf means fnr rnriiifinrr no and Spain However the list did include one each from Mexico Uruguay England and Holland and two from Germany FLIERS SOUGHT SEOUL wi Seven Force men scientific means for reducing ac Myconvictions have not been he concluded Im just going to watch my own slep a little more missing after the crash of a B66C jet reconnaissance bomber on the west coast of South Korea SIEGEL DIES Air NEW YORK Max 57 and producer died Sunday of a heart attack He started in show business at 16 earlier wcrestanding Wy the road waiting to get back into the car when the accident occurred CRAFT SAID as Jones ap proached he saped into the ditch and he assumed Ludwig had jumped into the ditch on the other side of the road One of the boys has said they later assumed Lud wig had gone off by himself Craft was slightly hurt but was treated and The Jones car meantime had veered into a ditch Ludwigs body was found the next morning about 70 feet from this spot Officers said some of the youths questioned said the boys had talked of having a drag race but had decided against it Jones was unconscious when taken to Ihe hospital but was re ported in fair condition Craft was released from the hospital and questioned by authorities Craft denied knowledge of any accident involving Ludwig officers said WorkPlay Vacation Planned by Ike WASHINGTON W President I Eisenhower hopes to get away to Augusta Thursday or Fri day for about 10 days of golf mixed with work An incident at the IowaOhio Stale football game Saturday has brought many inquiries to newspapers and radio stations It concerned a remark which went over the public address system about or 50 min utes before game time Frank Bates the announcer hnd an open key on the circuit Flora called Ihe incident un fortunate and said he was glad Bales apologized He added that the incident was closed so far as he is concerned A report was to be made to the bonrd in control of athletics at a meeting Monday night In a call to the University of Iowa at noon Monday U was and his rein termed1unfortunate by officials in the stands as line coach Bob Flora walked onthe field on an inspection tour before he game Flora is bald and patted his head BATES according to fan who heard it said Look nt that baldheaded guy He looks like a If he hnd whis kers he could sell junk any Bales said it was only a joke and that Flora is one of his per sonal Bates apologized that the incident had been men tioned FEW FANS most of whom had not arrived at he game heard the hauler It wns made known to many lowans by AI Couppce Sunday afternoon when he did the commenlary on the film of the game over television with Coach Forest Evy wanted the matter to he dropped No mention was made of the text of what had been said Plane Attacks Bring Protest WASHINGTON UPI The Stale Department disclosed Mon day that Soviet fighters fired on a Air Force plane over the Baltic Sea Nov 7 A few hours later on the same day Russian fighters made threatening passes at another Air Force plane thou sands of miles away over the Sea of Japan Neither plane wns hit Both incidents were strongly protested in a diplomatic note to Moscow deliverced lasl Thursday and now made public by the Stale Department Mason City Cloudy with show enslaved people in the sateiIfte nation a P Lwn K f are Ihrotiffh Some two along with the fve target areas wS n them escapees from the satel xwe tai gee aieas men must he reached lite countries have a part in the total effort ers and occasional thunder storms possibly heavy rain fall and mild through Tues day Low Monday night lower 40s High Tuesday upper 50s Iowa spreading over state Monday night except snow ex treine northwest ftain cast rain or snow west Tuesday Colder Monday night and Tues day except in extreme cast Low Monday night 30s west to 50s extreme east FiveDay Iowa Temperatures will average near normal Mon day night through Saturday Normal highs 42 northto 18 south Normal lows 24 north lo 29 south Colder Tuesday and Wednesday followed by a slow warm ing trend the rest of the week Precipitation will aver age aboul onetenth of an inch or less from rain or snow Tues day Litllc if any precipitation expected the rest of the week Minnesota Rain changing to snow Blizzard Engulfs the West Control Goes to Military May Follow Nasser Bloc CAIRO W Another Mlddlt Eastern parliamentary democ acy went into eclipse Monday vhen army commander Gen brahim Abboud seized power in military coup in Sudan The coup unseated the pro government of Premier rbdullah Khalil At noon Ihe official Sudan ra dio broadcast that army units rom all parls of the sprawling African nation reported all quiet The Abboud coup so far as can e determined here had the back ng of the entire army THE GOVERNMENT radio in Khartoum the Sudanese capito broadcast a declaration in the name of Abboud promising to do us best lo achieve good relations ill President Nassers Unifcd Arab Republic In Washington authorities said initial reports indicate the coup is not a move to link the Sudiii more closely with Nassers Jolicies Abboud was viewed as Pretty solid soldier unlikely lead his government toward any specific bloc His talk about closer Arab ties as dismissed as the usual re OUR WJItK SKRVJCUS Violent weather including tor undoes cloudbursts and the sea sons harshest blizzard hit the na tionsmidregion Monday the Rocky Mountains and the Plains The vast storm spreading cast ward dumped heavy snowfalls ii the mountains und central Plains and whipped them into drifts will high cold winds It deluged parts of Missouri will as much is H inches of rain It ripped communities in north central Texas with twisters and tornadic winds THE RAMPAGING w a h r caught motorists hunters anc hikers with sudden fury The snowfall up lo IG inches in the Dakotas tied up road and air travel in some areas and at least one death on an iceslick highway It trapped at least 27 persons in Arizona where threefoot drifts piled up during the weekend Three Boy Scouts were among he missing sought by posses Flagstaff measured a 14 inch snowfall A PAIR of cold fronts the Texas Oklahoma rippec horde region wilh tornadoes causing a leasl 11 injuries Seven were hur in a Wichita Falls Iraile park where three trailers were jpsct Damage was extensive a Iowa Park near Wichita Falls where the TexasOklahoma Fair grounds were wrecked Temperatures dropped 30 dc grees behind the storm front The Weather Bureau warned of Hzzard conditions in Centra South Dakota central Nebraska western Kansas and the Okla homa Panhandle Torrential rains in southcasl Missouri touched off flash floods which sent deer hunters scurrying for safely Eleven inches sloshed the Fremont area HO miles south east of St Louis in little more than an hour to 8 Monday Maximum Minimum At 8 Prccipitalion YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 63 48 48 trace 33 29 colder High Tuesday EAST OF OGDEN Utah hope GlobeGazette weather data up for 1 lAir Force men 1st Lt Donald E Born Anriover and Capt Donald Liggett Indianapolis un reported in the rugged snow clotted Wasatch Mountains since bailing out of their crippled plane Friday Four men survived Two others died as they tried to make their way to shelter through the snow Near Fort Collins search resumed for two Califor nia pilots F L Council of Flay ward and Calvin Cloud Napa whose Capital Airlines cargo plane on lease lo the military disappeared Sunday after report ing it was turning jack to Den ver with one engine out and h c a v y icing on its wings A rancher 30 miles east of Lara mie reported seeing the flash of ah apparent explosion SAME DATE19S7A27 by an Arab leader under he circumstances Officials said the remarks did not aulomali cany mean ihc new repime was proNnsser Abboud also ordered immediate dissolution of all supervision of all newspapers and prohibjlion of any demonstrations or polifical meetings THE OVERTHROW of the Khi regime as Nasser and tic Sudanese government were trying to patch up longstanding cWTorcnces over division of the Nile waters their frontiers and nflc matters The Sudanese Parliament was scheduled to meet later his month and both sides hod ci pressed hope that an agreement would be ready for ratification by inai time Abbouds military coup Unset one of the few parliamentary de mocracies left n the Middle East Sudan ob aincd indepcnj d e n c e fro m j I o i n t British Egyptian con trol Jan and since then had a tary system The government had sided con ABBOUD sistcntly wilh the West and fre quently had been embroiled in disputes with Nassers regime LIKE OTHER milifary chiefs who have seized power in lha Middle East and Asia recently Abboud accused his countrys po itical leaders of corruption and dissension which had hamstrung government operations FIREMEN HOMELESS C L A R K T O N UPI Clarklon firemen are without quarters Monday The fire station burned down Sunday   

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