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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 26, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited lot Horn MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI N I W S P A r I R THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10 WANS NIIGHIORS HOME EDITION VOL 97 Associated Pita United Prwi International Fun t7o copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 195S Paper Coniliti of Two 41 Vote Out Controls on Corn Benson Plan Approved WASHINGTON wi Farmers voted in a referendum Tuesday to end 25yearoid government production controls on corn the nations largest single crop This was the first time since before World War II that growers of a major crop have turned thumbs down on federal restric tions as a measure for stabilizing production This politically significant ac tion had been urged by Secretary of Agriculture Benson as a part his controversial programs for reducing the governments role in agriculture RETURNS FROM 25 of tht 26 major corn states in which ballot ing was conducted gave votes to end federal restrictions and to retain them The other was delayed by adverse weather in tabulating its votes The results were expected to strengthen the Eisenhower ad ministrations hands in dealing with the new Democratcontrolled Congress on future farm legisla tion The voting came on the heels of recent congressional and state elections in which Republicans lost ground in farming areas The vote to abandon corn con trols may well encourage the ad ministration to sponsor plans to ease if not end restrictions on other crops such as wheat rice peanuts and tobacco THE NET EFFECT of the ref erendum was a grower accept ance of lower government price supports for the right to grow all the corn they wish For consumers the increased corn supplies and lower support prices could mean larger supplies and lower prices for try and dairy products Under the old program plant ing allotments were assigned growers in a designated commer cial area Those complying were eligible for price supports be tween 75 and 90 per cent of parity Under the new program there will be no allotments All corn will be eligible for supports at 9 per cent of the average marke price of corn during the thre preceding years but not less than 65 per cent of parity OFFICIALS estimate that sup ports next year will average be tween and a bushel Under the control program th average would have been between and Less than a fourth of the eligi ble growers voted in the referen dum Although controls had been in effect during recent years onl a small portion of the grower United ill Deal With East Germans Red Agents had complied with growers preferred to grow more even if that meant lower price and forfeiture of price supports NEWS FOR HOTRODDERS A fly ing skycar be ing tested for the Army by the Piasecki Aircraft Philadelphia may be just the thing for the nations hot rodders It not only can skim along the highway at a good clip and boasts rubber bumpers but it can take 1liotnlnx off and leap frog any slower drivers It achieves both vertical lift and forward flight with two small horizon tal fantype rotorprops contained within its body structure QUIET THANKSGIVING DAY PLANNED Americans to Count Blessings V THE ASSOCIATED IKESS Thanksgiving a day for tak ing stock and counting bless ings will be celebrated throughout the land Thursday traditional feasting pa rades and quiet prayer At Plymouth where it all started descendants of the Pilgrims and others will attend services in the First Church Later a pageant will portray the events linked with the founding of the colony in 162021 President Eisenhower and his family and grandchildren will spend the holiday at their vacation spot in Augusta Ga The M a c y parade in New York now viewed by additional millions via television again will feature gigantic balloons bobbing d o w n Manhattans streets and spite of a government ban on using helium to fill them The M a c y people and the Goodyear people who make the balloons put their heads together and decided to inflate the ballooons with air and sus pend them from huge mobile cranes Pittsburgh will open a 14 month bicentennial celebration with a colorful ceremony in cluding a parade of 180 bag pipers a band concert his torical speeches and the firing of cannon Later Pittsburgh ers can take in the Penn State Pitt football game opening event of the bicentennial sports program At San Diego Dr Frank Lowe president of he Council of Churches called for a large attendance at a non seclarian Thanksgiving service in the cityowned Balboa Park as an expression of gratitude for being able to use the park A controversy developed sev eral months ago when evan gelist Billy Graham used the park for a meeting A citizen protested the use of public properly for religious purposes as a possible violation of the stale constitution The issue was resolved when City Ally J e n n DePaul ap proved use of the park for Thanksgiving services if they are nonsectarian Many cities planned inter faith services and Protestant Catholic and Jewish houses of worship prepared for special separate services Some churches in New York adorned altars a n d chancels with fruits of the harvest and after services of praise and thanksgiving will distribute the vegetables and fruits to needy families and hospitals by West WASHINGTON Secretary of State Dulles said Wednesday the United Slates Hritiiin and France have agreed they will deal wilh Germans as agents of the Soviet Union if nec essary to keep open I heir rail road canal and air routes Ui West Berlin Dulles said he Western Allies do not rule out their right o use force to gel through lo Berlin But he declared repeatedly that this is an academic question and neither the Soviet Union nor East Germany made disrupt traffic Several of his lowans Held in Grips of Cold Wave Temperatures over Iowa Wed nesday morning tumbled to 4 de grees above zero at Siblcy as the coldest weather of the season engulfed the state Warm gloves and mufflers came out of storage and cars chugged as Iowa residents went off to work It was the first real cold snap of the season And while the cold was due to continue for several days the out look for Thanksgiving Day travel was for dry highways and roads Other readings Wednesday in cluded 8above at Spencer 9 at Mason City 12 at Council Bluffs and 13 at Des Moines Dubuque Waterloo and Sioux City THANKSGIVING morning read ings were expected to be from near zero in the north to about 15 BUM EXCUSE NEW YORK Murray Schneiders defense to a charge that he was speeding on the Franklin D Roosevelt Drive at 55 miles an hour was a novel Out He but Trading Stamps Stay With the Wife CHICAGO 1 e n e Kaplan one Magistrate Hyman Bushel 19 was way ahead Wednesday admitted Wednesday but notjon trading stamps hut husband good enough ess lhjnks shc th fa t How could I be Schneider asked the magistrate I was holding on to the wheel with only one hand and I was of the deal Last month she demanded that husband Harold 25 turn over a book partly filled with stamps playing the harmonica with the jhe had received with gas purch Its darn lucky thing you ases werent playing the Magistrate Bushel retorted Guilty Fine is Farm Home Near Thornton Burns THORNTON The home on the farm of Irvin Brogan a mile and a half south of here was de stroyed by fire Wednesday after noon Herbert Castle is the tenant on the Harold said no G e t out but leave Ilene ordered Harold stamped out with the stamps Tuesday she was granted a di vorce on grounds of cruelty Har olds allorncy gave her the half filled book of stamps she had de manded Mrs Kaplan but agreed to a waived alimony property settle There are five stamps The farmers decision goes into the south m thc bu effect automatically without fur HlSh temperatures schooi at the time of thc fire ther action with the 1959 crop and uerC dlC be The Thornton fire department about 20 degrees lower than those answered the calL A11 that was of Tuesday when the readings ment vhich included 14 books o Vote Trend Followed in North Iowa ranged from 39 at Mason City to 45 at Burlington North Dakota was hard hit by a blizzard A snow blanket cover ing the state reached 14 inches at some points and a Soo Line freight train was swept off the tracks near Napoleon Three carsT ripped over and a fourth re1 Ten North Iowa counties folmaLncd uPriSht lowed the national and stale j ALL SCHOOLS closed for trends on abolishing government the rest of thc week in the state controls on corn production by a and officials warned students at better than 21 majority UmVCrsity of North Dakota i Results from Agricultural North Dakota agricultural Stabilization and Conservation campus to remain on campus ASC offices in North lowai showed farmers favored the no allotment program while voted in favor of the present al lotment program This majority was below thc slate percentage which showed nearly Uvo oul of every three farmers who voted favored the no allotment program Thc total Iowa vote was to abolish the government controls to IOWA CITY UPI Two es FULL SERVICE RICHMOND Va in a beauty salon window here We will cut curl and dye for any threat lo answers at a Mason City Colder Wednes day night with diminishing winds 1 o w zero to 6 below Jlostly fair through Thursday continued to 18 quite cold high 12 ncxvs conference to questions added up lo saying that when he East Germans lake over con trol points as expected the West ern Powers will try to do busi ness with as substitutes but rather as agents for thu So viets DULLES SAID least two possible explanations of why thc Soviet Union has not yet matlc its proposals to end occu pation rights in Berlin although Premier Khrushchev forecast ac tion days ago One is that Khrushchev fount himself out on a legal limb through failure to consult his lawyers and therefore has had to review his policy Another possible reason is Ihnl Soviet repudiation of the whole Potsdam agreement of 1945 might destroy thc basis of Polands rights in former Germanhole territory Dulles said the Polisl owa Fair and cold Wednesday night low 313 Fair and slight ly colder Thursday Iowa Temperatures will average 8 lo 12 degrees below normal Wednesday night through next Monday Normal highs 35 north lo 42 soulh Nor mal lows 19 norlh lo 25 south Unseasonably cold until some moderation through the week end Liltle or no precipitation is expected Minnesota Fair and continued cold Thursday high 1020 Ai Photofax NIXON WITH QUKEN Vice President Richard Nixon stands with Queen IP during a cere mony at St Pauls Cathedral at London in which Britain dedicated a memorial chapel to American war dead The memorial commemorates the GIs who died luring World War 11 in Britain or in operations from British bases Demos Lead in Alaska Races TUNEAU Alaska MI Democrats appeared headed for a ma jor sweep Wednesday as returns mounted slowly from the first stnte election in Alaska GlobeGazette weather data to 8 Wednesday Maximum Minimum At 8 Precipitation government may have become alarmed over this Dulles refused to spell out pre cisely what steps the Western powers might take in dealing wilh any challenge by the Communists over Berlin AT TIMES his carefully phrased answers skirted around areas in line with persistent may be disagree ment among thc Allied powers which include West Germany Dulles made these other points in response to questions at his news conference I The U S government has jsome slight evidence that thc Sohere late Tuesday Franklin D Roosevelt and Harry Hullinger who practiced Truman had made big gains m Clinton Iowa until a over the vote total he collected in Hi Si n ii i E L Barilcll Democratic delegate lo Congress from Alaska for the last M years was n landslide winner of one of the two Senate scats Ural will open in January to the J9lh slate A battle between two former governors for Alaskas second Senate seat was developing into a possible upset victory for Demo Ernest Gruening over 39yearold Republican Mike Slep ovich The two former governors locked in a tight race on the basis of early returns from the 287 precincts in which ballots were cast Tuesday Dr Hullinger Former lowan Stricken at 99 POPLAR BLUFF Mo r John D JIullingcr a former BUT GRUENING appointed governor of the territory under lowan who became a father twice thc New Dual and Fair Deal ad after he was 9fJ years old died I ministrations of Presidents 39 9 9 trace the storm had blown over Snow continued falling across1 thc upper Great Lakes into Michj ipan while the core of the coldj snap was centered in Iowa and moving eastward Iowa Penitentiary Escapees Captured to continue them All of Iowas capees from the Fort Madison 99 counties favored the disconPenitentiary one described as tinuation of the government condangerous were captured near trols ihere late Tuesday by Iowa Highj The nine North Iowa counties with their no allotment voles listed first were Cerro Gordo way Patrolman Paul Foster Fos ter Iowa City picked up Williami Pfoutz 33 and Roy Torrance Hancock 490304 just west of here on US 332234 Mitchell 404129 Franki where they were parked in T T t lin 552156 Floyd 425114 Kosstalled stolen pickup truck Thej Like Mary s little lamb this pet crow be suth 849505 Wright 536301 Wintwo walked out of the gate at longinp to Rickie and Tommie Johnson nebag 387162 and Winneshiek penitentiary power house Sunday follows them to the classroom 32497 morning i daily The bird lands on a and FOLLOWS THEM re moic Nov 3thc date of the ast nnycjir ago hnd moved here carlv August wimarv Steoovich led iiounced tesl shol It is not vonr with ift 1 1 i N Ciii wl in ov Dr bfe lo say therefore thai a kind wjfc His bodv will of practical suspension of weap ons testing has been in effect since Nov 3 2 If there is a breakdown in jncgotiations al Geneva on an in f jspccted ban on weapons testing the United States may announce ithal il will nol lest any more jweapons under conditions to cause pollution That would mean only at extreme heights or iundcrground Dulles said hc is nol The colorful doctor who en have been fl in December He j discouraged by the slow and diffi to Clinton for burial by votes in be returned looting three months ago I h A the Heres thc way races for the were going was one of the oldest practicing physicians in the country Hullinger was married Unofficial returns from 138 pre cincts gave Bartlelt votes three10 276L for Republican R E of Iowa met r school began medical prac cult progress of the Geneva in Clinton County on St Pal ricks 1832 times and hnd seven children byRobcrtson ancl 199 for independ his two previous wifcs and two bjcnl Capper Gruening had s latest wife votes to for Stepovich The doctor a graduate of Ralph Rivers had j c a i 279 lo for Republican Henry Benson Universiiv FOR GOVERNOR Iowa GOP Election Expenses DES MOINES Iowa Republican Parly said Wcdncs Ihrce generations ing his practice J h William Egan 144 had polled 11 of babies dur1S9 votcs to 6 984 for John vich 48 the GOP nominee Independenl Mike Dollinter haci STRIKE CONTINUES a total of 171 BURLINGTON City ofj A sweep in the senatorial coo IBurlington continued without local i tests would give Democrats 64 day il spenl during r i H bus service Wednesday folio win seats to 34 for Republicans when genera election campaign lead ing up to the Nov 4 option one makes Black AP Photofax a commotion until admitted Sambo is permitted complete freedom of the room teacher Mrs Ralph Realty says since it causes no trouble and the kiddies adore it iparly rcporled in a financial slate mcnt filed with Secretary of Sinle iMelvin D Synhorsl thai it re ceivcd contributions and other rci ceipls totaling T h cj partys statemenl did not include money spent by individual cnndk jdalcs personally or contributions received by them SONNY GETS MARRIED SHREVEPORT La UPI Sarah Elizabeth Dowdcn who celebrated her 103rd birthday Sunday atlcnded the Wednesday of her 77yearold Allie to A 65yearold widow i t Strlkc bcSan SAME White 1U nn Imftlo delth put 24 hours In the 86th Congress convenes in January Victory for the Democrats in the congressional race would give the party 233 scats in the House of Representatives to 153 for the GOP lowan Electrocuted on Anthon Project ANTHON W borne 41 Anthon was electro cuted Tuesday when a drag conlacled a power line as he worked on a watershed project near here 1   

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