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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 24, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited loi MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETT T H t NEWSPAPER THAT M A K S E ALL NORTH 1OWANS NEIGHBOR S HOME EDITION VOL 97 MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY NOVEMBER 24 Wl One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL Globe Garette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO U3UU tls Sua WOl SJO W1AD Qulnc CU 910 A Quick Look at Russias Colleges fJIGHER EDUCATION in the Soviet Union was the object of a brief but intensive study not so long ago by a distinguished delegation of American educators The group was headed by Doctor Edward II LitchfieJd chancellor of the University of Pittsburgh Its report assuredly written by Doctor Litchfield and concurred in by his colleagues has just been brought to my attention The subject holds a special in terest for me because not so Ion ago I too had a closeup look a education in Russia My contact with higher education were ac mittedly of a fleeting nature one day at the University of Mos cow for example But that wa enough to give me some impres sions and sharpen my interest in the appraisal by other American of that and other Russian univer sitics and technical schools The Lilchfield group travelet an official delegation from the United States under the reccn AmericanSoviet agreement for the exchange of persons in scien tific and cultural fields Midwest erners in the party were Presi dent Herman B Wells of Indiana University and President Frank lin D Murphy of the University of Kansas THE MISSION was confined to 15 days on the job During that time tho group as a whole or sev eral individual members visitec 18 institutions of higher learning including universities and re search and technical institutes The survey covered miles and reached into Central Asia as well as Moscow and Leningrad in European Russia Excepl for those institutions set up to train leaders for the Com munist party there was a rather free access to information and a generally friendly attitude on the part of faculties and administra tors In the questions put to the Americans however there was a reflection of the partyinspired propaganda against the United States and our institutions But the friendliness of the Rus sian people as a whole was as the report on the mission points out too spontaneous and too widespread to have been simu That was my testimony too during my time in Kiev Mos cow and Leningrad Never once was I made to feel unwanted or unwelcome because I was known to be an American AT THE OUTSET Chancellor Litchfield explained that valid comparisons between American and Communist education are not possible because of basic differ ences in the fundamental social structure of the two nations In Thli Popfr or Two SectionsSection OM This wreckage dis ci Buffalo Center EIGHTH DEATH covered resulted highway death of the year Verdean E Sleper 23 son of Mr and Mrs Everett A Sleper rural Buffalo Center was killed instantly when this car hit a bridge Buffalo CcnleiTiitjunc Iholo abutment north of Buffalo Cent or on Highway 322 The motor in foreground was torn from the car The car dropped 30 feet to the dredge and was thrown about 10 feet across The rear of the car is hidden beiow the dredge bank Buffalo Center Youth Among 5 Weekend Highway Victims BUFFALO CENTER Ver dean E Sleper 23 son of Mr and Mrs Everett A Sleper rural Buffalo Center died in tantiy Sunday when the car he vas driving hit a bridge abut ment believe occurred about although the wreckage was not discovered until fate afternoon SLEPER WAS driving north on Highway 322 when his car Winnebago county authorities struck the bridge headon The bridge crosses a county dredge about miles north of here The car was thrown 40 feet across the dredge and landed on the bank next to the bridge The impact was so great the motor was torn from the car A 15yearold farm youth David DeVries discovered the wreckage and body while hunt Studebakers Plant Struck SOUTH BEND Ind M The tudebaker Packard automobile lant was shut down Monday fay strike of United Auto Vorkers and negotiation talks rere broken off Representatives of management and the union met all day Sunday in a lastminute effort to fore stall the walkout but gave up without arranging any future sessions The strike was set up after a ing along the dredge n fathers farm He is the son of Mr and Mrs Gerald DeVries diedInstantly from the impact His body was thrown into the rear scat SLEPERS DEATH makes the eighth highway fatality in Winne bago County this year Funeral services are pending at the Winter Funeral Home in Buffalo Center Sleper was the youngest of five sons Four other lowans died in auto accidents over the weekend Larry Dean Nichols 22 Win lersel was killed and two others injured late Saturday in a two III it i car collision two miles south of ccnl of lllc vote IIWI Winterset on 169 back seat Authorities believe Escapee at Eldora Nabbed After Chase DBS MOINES who down a company our country the search for truth creases linked to new car sales is an end in itself in Russia editvolume cation is a wholly pragmatic un StudebakerPackard had offern i i The dertakCng designed solely to help ed a twocent hourly pay hike for fed sion of hi3 car and a pickup truck on Iowa 150 east of Tipton Arnold Smool 52 Roseville was fatally injured ir a two car collision near Eldora Dzintra Straudovskis 16 of near Andrew was fatally injured Boys at EUiora was1 k in custody Monday after aj li speed chase hereSaturday i 62 near Andrew the slate Repeatedly through the report one finds references to the high value placed on education by the people of Russia Teachers are not just appreciated they are about he best paid workers in the Soviet Union As a conse quence there is no evidence of a teacher shortage The report makes early refer ence to the intellectual isolation to be noted in the university com munities This condition it is sug gested can be overcome in short order by a freer exchange ofj ideas between Russia and the rej mainder of the world each quarter in which the firm sells at least cars Total Moines and a began when spot Des companion es capee John F Grossnickle 16 First Snow in Northern Iowa t The first measurable snowfall jand lhe lowest temperatures of FIERCE COMPETITION is alhe season moved into parts of distinguishing mark of Iowa SundaV education It prevails among an Inch of snow Mi in the dividuals and it prevails among jarner areaand traces were groups None of the report points ported in some other places in northcrn Iowa Mason City had 04 of precipitation Temperatures plunged to 12 de grees above zero at Spencer Mon day morning and 16 at Mason City Sundays highs ranged from 38 at Spencer and Sioux City and Rewards took the form ofjSD at Mason City to 64 at Burling1 lapel pins notices in the public Ottumwa and Lamoni out had witnessed before a situation in which there was as farreaching an articulated sys rewards and punish tem of square summer camps free trips to Moscow and payments for articles on professional sub jects Everywhere Russians are She Cant Find Ignition Drives to Death CINCINNATI Ohio A W tsAg Airlines M iVoters Endorse DeGaulle Foes Make Poor Showing PARIS without having liflcd a finger in the campaign won another strong from the French people in firstround vot ing Sunday for the new Na tional Assembly With many candidates trying to ride De Gaulles coatlails out right foes of the Premier made lhu poorest showing A strong rightist swing was ac companied by a Communist de cline though the antiClaullist Communists were still Ihc strongest single party Red chief tain Jacques Duclos faced a sliff fight in the runoff next Sunday THE DE GAULLE tide swamped such nonCommunist foes as former Premiers Pierre AlendesF ranee and Maurice BourgcsMaiinoury Both lost their Assembly seats on the first ballot It boomed to second ran after the brand new De Gaiillist Party the Union for the New Republic UNJl headed by Information Minister Jacques Soustelle This was the cloarctit trend though only 41 of the 465 depu ties from mainland France were elected by a majority vote over The remainder in runoffs ail opponents will be chosen Sunday when a winner wilf need only a plurality WITH ONLY of the 28 million eligible bothering to vote the Interior Ministry gave this breakdown of the results Communists elected 1 deputy popular votes per IH2AUTY UNDER Dark glasses Ihc radiance ol Princess Grace of Monaco as she arrives in Philadelphia toy a visit with her family The Princess was accompanied by Prince Ranier They will rejoin their two children in Monaco in time for Christmas Mason City Very light snow be ginning Monday night and con tinuing Tuesday Not so cold Tuesday Low Monday night J520 High Tuesday 103t owa Mostly fair Monday nighl colder southeast low mid teens north 10 mid 20s south Tuesday mostly cloudy not so cold Alabama Law iting Eastern Routes Tied Up TWA Strike in 3rd Day ilj TIIK ASSOCIATED IRESS the Thanksgiving travel about to start a second ma or airline was struck Monday engineers and machinist valkcd off their jobs at Eastern Air Lines Trans World Airline had 200 grounded in the fourth Iny of a strike by machin sls American Airlines faced a strike threat by its pilots with a irospcct of an operational shut lown after a walkout deadline at Midnight Tuesday The strike of 500 flight engi neers al Eastern Air Lines was supported by unions representing other employes An EAL spokesman said all lights were being suspended in he interests of public Eastern worlds largest air asseiigcr carrier operates in 25 stales Canada Puerto Rico Ber mida and Mexico MACHINISTS refused to WASHINGTON The Su prcinc Court Monday ruled ha In particular the strike at East hit tlc heavy seasonal migra hon of winter vacationers to Flor ida The engineers obiprt tn an Airline riemSndtLf they take pilot training Wages and work i M Fiveday Iowa placement law and appealed tllll C O I Ifl Illn t I vi t n c vtu Alabamas school placement Jawing conditions also were in rii is valid on its face It upheld a pule decision by a special threejudge District Court in Alabama Parents of four Negro children in Birmingham had challenged 8 deputies votes per cent Socialists 2 deputies Independents mostly rightists 15 deputies votes per cent The remaining votes were scat tered among 14 other parties and groups THE COMMUNIST percentage compared with in the last general election of 195fi and the Red popular vote compared with heir peak strength of 52 million votes in 19ifi They held 112 seats n he old Assembly Projection of the rend could cut the Communists to below 30 cals De Gaulle lent his name offi will average 5 to 8 degrees be 1 o w normal Monday night through Saturday Normal highs 37 north lo M south Normal lows 20 north to 26 south Cold first part of period with a warming trend toward the end of the week Occasional very light snow during the period will give precipitation averag ing onetenth to twotenths of an inch Minnesota Cloudy warmer Snow flurries High Tuesday 34 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Monday Maximum 39 Minimum 15 At 8 15 Precipitation M YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum weather to the Supreme Court to review and reverse the special court In upholding the Alabama law the court said it furnishes the legal machinery for an orderly administration of he public schools in a constitutional man ner by the admission of qualified pupils upon a basis of individual merit without regard to their race or The law provides local school administrators with virtual con trol of pupil placement setting up and administrative process The law provides U different criteria for placing pupils but makes no mention of race In icludcd are aptitude tests for pu jpils along with other cxamina lions with local officials given tho authority to determine which school the pupils will attend cially to none of the 8 Sunday woman to But with issues few candidates Monday a policeman in a of all stripes grabbed his coat thing AP Photofax Harrv Ein The colder weather is due to linger on during the first part of PARKY DIES OIII this week But a warming trend stcn 54 better known as ra jis expected toward the end of the comedian Parkyakarkus i med backstage Sunday al a tes timonial dinner for Desi Arnaz and iTJ being admonished to beat U week The extent lo which women are participating in education 1 BURP WEEK vainly tried to tell her how to shut off ignition of her speeding automobile as it approached a steep hill The woman was Myrtle Einhaus 4 Officer Elsworth Greiner said he was sitting in a restaurant drinking a cop of coffee when his cruiser was sideswiped Ha dashed outside jumped into his car and gavt Pull over to the demanded of the woman driver when ha drew along side I cant stop the carl cried out Turn off the ignition Greiner directed I cant find it shouted back Approaching cars forced officer to drop back as woman reached a hill is a turn at end of the hill Mrs Einhaus failed to make it Her car hit a pole and she was killed ILLEGITIMACY UP MOIXES records show that the number of illegLti tails as the most in Benefitling most was the em pire minded Soustelle who Maximum Minimum 43 18 a up 49 32 COVERED GROUND NATURAL BRIDGE Va WIIU helped boost De Gaulle back toivrSnia volunteer rescue squads power List May during the milrs in answer ist rebellion in Algeria ling calls in the past year The TWA strike which idled some employes besides tha striking members of the In ternational Assn of Machinists was the subject of a special gov ernment mediation effort AS LABOR troubles also btstt small airline companies Capital Airlines resumed partial service after ending of a 37day strike by machinists Normal passen ger traffic was expected to be re sumed Wednesday Capital machinists accepted a flccnlanhour increase over a threeyear period bringing their lop pay to an hour A TWA spokesman said the companys final wage offer was almost the same as accepted by machinists of Capital and Northwest Airlines The unions last contract TWA provided for wages ranging rrom an hour for kitchen helpers lo for machinists with 13 years experience SAME VI IM 111 and Lucille Bail held al Los male births is slowly rising CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 tional Indigestion gin be in a futile attempt lo him as pioyes or eastern Airlines cross in front recordsj of a large hangar at Miami as they I walk off their jobs Six hundred merrt AT INDIANAPOLIS 33 steward esses of Lake Central Airlines struck at midnight in a dispute over wages They hoped pilots would refuse to cross their picket lines and ground the lines air craft in six Midwest and Eastern slates Picket lines were set up in Indianapolis Chicago and Inmbus Ohio The line also serves cities in Michigan Pennsylvania and New York The machinists union in dispute with three smaller airline compa nies reached a tcnlative agree ment Monday on a new con tract with West Coast Airlines A union spokesman said the contract was subject to ratification of j86 mechanics who struck the air Mine four days ago The company jscrves 41 cities in Washington Oregon and Idaho The union has authorized a strike against Pacific Airlines jwhich operates in California and Nevada but no date was set Iowas First Woman Legislator Dies MOUNT PLEASANT lyn Pendray 76 Iowas first wom an state legislator and the only woman who has served in both the Iowa House and Senate died at a nursing home here Sunday Mrs Pendray a Democrat suf fered a stroke last August Mrs Pendray was first elected to General Assembly in 192S from bers of the Flight Engineers Assn called the strike and members of other unions left work at the same time ate AP Photofax   

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