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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 19, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowot Daily Newspaper the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL 97 Associated Press and United International Full Lease Wii 7c MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 1958 33 Believed Lost Tins of Knur SfilloiuSculon No 31 in Lake Michigan Reds Eye Allied Air Corridor Complain of Violations7 BERLIN Communist East Germany dropped a strong1 hint Wednesday il expecls lo get control over the Allied air corri j dor leading to isolated West Bcr in These would be the Allied garrisons only lifelines if surface roulcs were closed The hint came in the East Ber lin newspaper Ncue Zcit j It declared the United Britain and France are violating a fourpower agreement that the air between Berlin and Frankfurt Hamburg and Hannover would be used only for Allied military PAN AMERICAN Air France and British European Airways use them for regular passenger j flight These airlines also carry out the thousands of refugees slream into West Berlin every month from East Germany i Neuc Zeil conlended the West ern Big Three were using the cor ridors for purposes of the cold war and the time has come for new negotiations on their use This article fits another piece into the pattern of the Soviet blocs off by Premier Nikita Khrushchev last turn over control of sup ply lines to the East German Communists and force the Allies out of Berlin SOVIET withdrawal from fourpower occupation of the old German capital is now considered a certainly although authorities here had no idea how soon it would come The Western Big Three were al ready getting set to cope with the impending transfer of control over surface supply across 110 miles of East German These were cut in the 194349 blockade that was broken by airlift Thc Russian action was be licved parl of a Communisl scheme to shift pressure against the West from Formosa back to Europe Activity in the Formosa Straits including the shelling of the Quemoy Islands has been re duced to almost nothing U S Jet Airliner Beats Britisher Across Ocean NEW YORK American Expansion of Dimensions Causing SEATFUL OF TROUBLES NEW YORK W The experts on male dimensions claim the expansion is causing some peculiar troubles Trouble of all things for people who build auditoriums They have to put in bigger seats the seats take up more floor space the more fJoor space pushes the walls back and do you think That hexes the acoustics Thais right acoustics All this came to light in planning for a new center of perform ing arts here Seating specifications for the auditorium have been bogged down for months because of the problem Seats used to measure about 18 or 19 inches in width Now 22to 24mchers are needed And thats the news behind the news today except for the womenfoil Theyre sitting out on this in some what less space than they used to Space Proposal by Russ U S Lauds Two Steps UNITED NATIONS Tlio Soviet Union submitted ai new proposal on outer space to the United Nations It way toward meeting of the United States WHY THE EXCITEMENT Elaine Gapoh the impression that it was all in a days work Despite a threat that her mother and brother might be harmed Miss Gapoh teller at the National State Bank Elizabeth N sassed a bandit and then sounded an alarm The thugwas nabbed a few minutes later still clutching the he had the fearless female I went a long the position and breaking an EastWest dead lock Soviet Dep Foreign Minister Valerian Zorin placed lie new proposal before the 81nation Po litical Committee It had these important elements j 1 It dropped previous Soviet demands that abolition of overseas military bases be tied in with the luesliun of interna tional control of outer space I 2 U proposed the creation of I an llnation study group to prc jpare the groundwork for a per committee for co in the study of outer i space for peaceful purposes i THIS CAME very close to a proposal being pushed by the United States Britain and IS other powers for creation of a special committee lo study al as pects of this problem Zorin showed Ihe new proposal to Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge at a private conference prior to its presentation to the Political Committee Lodge welcomed it as a sign 1LLFATKI FREIGHTER is the Carl D Bradley G15foot vessel which broke in two and di A I1 in stormy Michigan The Coast Guard is leading rose tie operations but many of the Jf crewman were feared lost Buy Land for West School Western Mason City is to have a new school some time in the future The school board al a special meeting late Tuesday agreed to purchase nine acres from Ray T Andrews for The new site is located between Grant and Garfieid S W ex tending from the Milwaukee Road right of way to midway between 8th and 9th S W Date of construction for ihe new school was not even dis cussed by the board Leslie G Hawkins board president said Wednesday thai building of Ihe school will be years in the future but thc board believed il essential to buy thc site now The plat for the area which includes the school site is to be Thursday evening to the Mason City Plan and Zoning that thc Soviet Union may be willing to cooperate in some peaceful endeavor in outer BUT ZORIN made clear at a news conference thai Soviet con cessions lo the United Stales here did nol signify any willingness lo make similar moves in Gen eva Talks are in progress there on ending nuclear weapons tests Fort Dodge Boy Plays Russian Roulette Killed FORT DODGE A Fort1 Doduo leonaiior was dead Wedi ncsday of a bullet wound in the head which police said was apj parenlly inflielcd in a game of Russian roulette 1 Willie Taguc son of ftlr andj Mrs Merle Tague died in a hosi pita Tuesday night shortly after he was shot in the right temple Authorities learned Tague had planned lo go pigeon shooting with Edgar Dcmery 18 and Alan Woods Salvatorc 1C and slopped his car a I Dem crys home Detective Bill Lamb said he story he was told was that while Dcmery wci inlo lie o ct a flashlight Tague put a small 22 caliber pistol to his head andi Hilled thc trigger It clicked on Ihe empty chamber j CWy iMlLWAUKlf Vessel Breaks in Half 2 Survivors Picked Up CIIAHLEVOJX Mich Oft men were found alive Wednesday in angry waters of Lake Michi gan which it was feared had claimed t li e lives of jj others From Uio freighter Car Brad ley when she went down in the storm loused lake late Tuesday Lake Vidtigan at the spot where the ship wenf down is some feel deep Some veteran seamen cx even two tad survived overnight in 50de in howling gale winds hat piled up mountainous waves HI the Great Lakes The air tcm was 10 A RESCUE locates the upper Lake Michigan area where first survivors of the sunken freighter Carl Bradley were found School Plan Approved by 478112 Uusidcnls of Kockwell and Swaledakand part of Owen md Mount Vcrnon school districts Tuesday approved Die proposed JlockwelkSwaledale school dis Iricl reorganization The total vote was 178112 The Swaledale district opposed the plan by a vole of 77 for and against The new district will go ink effect Inly t County superintend cnt M C Martin will set the dale for electing the new hoard of di rectors sometime after Jan 1 There will be one direclorat I said the Soviet Union has a per fectly legitimate righl lo con thc f 1 vuiiiim i LL i I Da i i c c i the school site Spokesmen for PanAmerican Airways and British Overseas is threefourHis mile Airways Corp both denied thai ncl llSntly south of Grant thc planes were in a race But Onc of thc reasons for was thc first planetoplanc speed lhe liew sitcHawkins test since t h e two airlines re Is that the volcrs twice cently inaugurated rcfuscl Permission for ihcMason City Partly cloudy warm jet service board to enlarge Grant School It er Wcdnesdav night low 3034 lalcrTicirTii u v temnen Icmpcra jet SCrVlCC w The PanAmerican Boeing adacent to the western left London at a m which is scheduled l 1 and landed at Idle wild Airport at t0 becomc part of hc Uirc Thursday 16 with a flying time of dstnct when reorganiza hours and 27 minules H carried lowapartKrlmirK litiio 97 passengers and a crew of 16 also 1S some discussion Iawa Parll Imlc Icmpei Thc BOAC Comet IV left Lon s outconcerning aturc change Wednesday night don at with passcncxtcndin Garfieid or some other and Thursday except warmer gcrs and 10 crew U connect with southeast Thursdav Low Wed Janded at Idlcwild at p m arcnTfoulh thc nieht in 30s Warmer some 11 minules behind the clty also has md Thursday American jet catcd that a bridge eventually Both planes made a stopover at 1 on filh S W ncar Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will Gander Newfoundland F Cillb This con average 8 to 10 degrees above ncct thc area to thc east Sioux Cityan Held in normal W c d n c s d a y night through next Monday with only minor daily changes Normal WILSON SCHOOL is not ex pansible and may outlive its use WoundinQ of Father fllllncss in 20 vcars or more il niShs 40 north lo south Nor 3 vi i lit i vvas At fh t SIOUX CITY UPDWilliam thc new schoor together S Church 21 was being heldiHoovcr and Grant schools would here in connection be able to serve all of what with the riflewounding of the Wilson area father Tuesday night Authorities Consideration in past of said he was being held on a two ncarbv silos had to fair charge of intoxication and for One was considered too Thursdav in 40s vestigation in connection with thcnear he clay pits Thc other was GlobeGazette weather data up shooting of his father bv thc Veterans of For fn Church 50 following an argument cign Wars and was Wednesday in a tavern Thc son allegedly icft Maximum 0 and returned to the bur with a OHAIR DIES Minimum 22 caliber rifle wilh which he SAX FRANCISCO Al 8 a m 23 fired about seven FragC OTlair 73 Glen EUvn 111 monts of the bullets struck the president of the Izaak Walion VKAR AGO father in both legs and in one League of America since May Maximum 2fi hand idied Tuesday Minimum 21 mal lows 23 north to 28 south Scattered showers during thc will average about one tenth of an inch of precipita tion High tinue nuclear tests during Geneva talks Me reiterated So viet insistence upon agreement to end tests for all He said also the Soviet Union would continue to press for abo lition of overseas bases and a ban on sending military missiies inlo outer space He in dicated this might be done in the newly expanded 81nation Disarmament Commission But on outer space he empha sized that the Soviet Union now expects the United Stales and jother sponsors of the 20nalion resolution to show Hie ncces jsary flexibility and follow ihe palh of mutual Will Not Resume j Vanguard Firings Until Next Year WASHINGTON UPl The launching of a Vanguard rockel Iwith a fully instrumented earth satellite has been postponed until after thc close of the Intcrna iiona Geophysical Year o per mil completion of experiments expected o increase its value as reporter from space Thc launching had been sched uled as a part of the pro gram for 1GY which Dec the National Aeronautics1 and Space Administration an1 nounced it would postpone shoot1 ing up the remaining tivc Van guards because a study is now being made of ways to increase the reliability of allsatellite ve It said extremely important scientific experiments in space depended on the rockets success in Uic final hot and that the brief interruption in the schcd ulc would probably increase maleriall the chances for suc cessful launches in the Scientists have failed in six out of seven attempts lo orbit a sat ellite with the Vanguard The Navy which ran the Van guard project until the new NASA i over on Oct I placed one small test sphere in orhit on March 17 The salollite is ox to remain aloft for 200 i years Dem cry treated at but later were released and Salvatore a hospital for were1 shock SAME Storm Damage at Elkader ELK AD Ell LJPI Mayor Fern E Sharp estimated the damage from a tornado struck the town Monday at about Sharp made Ihe estimate after residents cleared he town of debris Mayor Sharp said lie thought the town located in Ihe Turkey River Valley was pro Lected from lornadocs by the sur large and four from directordis tricts However all will he elect ed y voters in lie entire dis trirt Voters in thc Rockwell district approved the plan Five voters in Owen No approved the plan while two voters opposed it In Mount Venum district there were 27 yes votes and U no Elkader votes j Martin estimated the assessed h value of the new district al Ml Total enrollment will be THE 615FOOT Bradley longer Jian two football fields cndto went down off Gull island at he lop of Lake Michigan in 50 niJc winds Split apart she ap larenlly exploded when incom ng water hit her hot boilers Ilie German motorship Chris inn Sarlori which ba tiled fnr more than an hour to cover the Ilirco miles to the sinking site lound rui survivors no life boats nothing except a tank that caine from deep inside and indicated x plosion First male Elmer Fleming 43 and dcckmnn frank Mays w both of Kogcrs City were found alive on 1 raft off Island north and east of where lie Bradley went down A sea plane reported sighting eight bodies on a raft but was nable to say whether here was life in anv CRAFT with waves s 30mila were reported having dif more than 550 TO HEAD DRIvl DES MOINES M Gil rounding hills However he said lette Cherokee former U S sen ator will serve as Iowa Slate Volunteer Crusade Chairman for the American Cancer Societys an I A I II owtiuiy iiii this time the hills had a nua April public education and effect and the wind just rushed fundraising crusade it was an inouncod Wednesday T n e s d a y tho KIG DKKR LITTLE CAR Like many other hunters F Wertz Ro anokn manajrod to kill a door as tho htint I inpr season opened But did have AP Photofax a problem in jrettinr the animal home in his tiny foreign hot rod The deer is as lonjj as thu car Al Bradley radioed its home port Rogers City it estimated it would arrive at 2 Wednes day A limestone carrier it was enroute home empty having left its cargo for Gary steel mills at Buffinglon Ind Then at 11 minules Roland Bryan the Bradleys skipper shoulcd into his radio Mayday Mayday Mayday This is the Carl D Bradley Our position is approxi mately 12 miles southwest of Gull Island We arc in serious Next a voice was heard Run grab life jackets Get the jackets Mayday the ship is i breaking i Mayday Is thc voice version of Jan oceangoing ships telegraphic iSOS GreatLakes vessels usa voice radio C A P T P MUELLER of Christian Sartori heard He set his course of t h c scene only three miles away But in 68mile winds and 20foot waves which follow each other much more jcloscly on the lakes than on the ioccans it look him more than an hour to ihcre I I he finally rcport jed all hands are lost No life boals are A Cosl Guard plane flew out lof Traverse City taking over double triangular red jflags signifying a gale It dropped flares back and forth over the tragedy scene Thc Coast Guard cutter Sundew jsped out of but small er craft which tried to follow it were driven back Neither the Sundew nor the plane spotted anything all night I then the planes crew spotted Fleming and Mays shortly after i dawn I Thc Sundew which took them inboard radioed that Fleming said he did not recall any ex plosion and it was his belief that heavy seas broke the Bradley japart lie reported suffer ing from exposure but in good An Iowa man was identified as one of the 35 members of the car go ship Carl D Bradley He was Richard Book Portsmouth a S Shelby County town of Har lan Book was a deck watchman   

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