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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 28, 1958, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited tor MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGH10RS HOME EDITION VOL 97 Associated Press and United Internationa Full Lease 7c Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY NOVEMBER 28 1958 TMt 1ajmr ot Two Allies Map Next Move in Berlin Crisis Military Spending Plotted Ike Confers With Brass AUGUSTA Ga ivn Secretary of Denfense McElroy said after a conference with President Ei senhower today we are going to have a pretty rough time try ing to avoid a military spending increase starting July 1 McElroy ruled out any increase totaling as much as two billion excess of the estimated defense outlay of for the current fiscal year But he replied I dont know when asked whether any hike might be as much as one billion dollars over the figure for this year which started last July 1 McELROY SAID that in line with Eisenhowers drive to cut overall federal spending the De fense Department is trying to keep military expenditures from topping this years But he added We are going to have a pretty rough time trying to avoid McElroy talked with newsmen at the airport a few miles from the Presidents vacation head quarters as he and other top Pentagon and Budget Bureau of ficials started back to Washing ton They conferred with Eisenhow er for 2Vb hours at his office at the Augusta National Golf Club Among the others who sat in at the session were Gen Nathan F Twining chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Maurice H Stans and William Holaday director of the Defense Departments office of guided missiles HOLADAYS presence under scored study at the meeting of how many billions of dollars toj earmark for costly intermediate longrange missiles The Presidents budget for the new fiscal year will go to Con gress in January The target is to avoid an over all increase in the estimated spending figure for the year The anticipated deficit for this year is about McElroy said no final or even tentative defense spending figure was agreed on at todays confer ence While the While House staff here did not announce it Eisen hower apparently was following the Berlin situation closely through Secretary of State John Foster Dulles and in other ave nues of communication with the State Department Dulles wilt continue his long distance reports to the President until the secretray flies here Suit YOUR GAME ILL EAT AP noM9X MINE The problem of providing for homeboimd mother a freshly snared a growing family was more pressing than rabbit between her jaws took a short Death Toll on Holiday Hits 201 HOLIDAY DEATH TOLL Traffic Fires 18 Miscellaneous 31 Br THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The nations accident death toll for Thanksgiving holiday week end mounted Friday with severe weather an added hazard Blind ing snow figured in a number of traffic fatalities Cold was a fac tor in fire fatalities The traffic death toll since the start of the count for the four day weekend far exceeded the number killed in fires and miscel laneous accidenls However it appeared to be running near or slightly below the average for a comparable nonholiday period Mason City Generally fair through Saturday Low Friday night about 5 above High Sat urday low or mid 20s Iowa Light snow diminishing in west Friday night Mostly cloudy Saturday with light snow in extreme east total accumu lation 2 to 3 inches southeast to Premier CallsCity tT Tumor No Ultimatum Khrushchev MOSCOW Nikita Klirusli lev said Thursday the Soviet Jnion will press for liquidation of that cancerous tumor that is Vcsl Berlin regardless of rcac ion from the United Stales 01 oilier Western powers Khrushchev told a news con erence thc Soviet Union was no offering an ultimatum in propos ng the creation within six of the free city of West Berlin ii place of the present occupied area T h e six months period wil give us time to negotiate tim to talk about thc Ih Soviet Premier said HE PLEDGED that his govern ment will take no action to cliatig thc sUilus ofp Wesl Berlin within that por iod unless there are imdosirf able moves the West K h r u shchev talked lo foreign and S o v i e I newsmen for 75 minutes in thc crowded Council of iMinisters KHRUSHCHEV chambers within thc Kremlin I was his first news conference a home since he look gpv eminent from Nikolai Bulgarri lastspiring He wore a dark blue siflf With gold stars of the Lenin Order and Golden Peace Dove gleaming on left lapel We pick this particular lime Inch or Two of Snow Covers Much of Iowa The first general snow of th seasonleiLaninch or snow over much Tbwar Ex treme North Iowa received only a trace however Skies cleared in the western half of the state during the morn ing and the snow was expected to end in thc east by evening Parts10 make our proposal on West SixMonths Cold War Siege Seen BEKLLM Berliners dug in Friday for a sixmonth cold war swge Their officials spurned thc Soviet proposal to drive the Western Allies back beyond the Iron Curtain by con verting West Berlin into a le inilitarimt free West Berliners clearly saw the next six months as peri od of uncertainly A SHOPGIRL gave typical reliction Im afraid that if the Allies leave the Commu nist peoples police come marching in one day If the Jlix Four turn Wesl Berlin into a free city Ill start looking for a jo in West Germany Yes the exodus to Wesl Germany would start We in West Berlin say Mayor Willy Brandt declared in a radio and television broad cast after air emergency meet ing of his Cabinet lo study So viel Premier Khrushchevs pro posals All Wesl Berlin parlies newspapers and ordinary citi zens seemed lo back him up THE 44YEAROLD mayor appealing for Die support of the Western world promised that West Heriins citizens would not panic as the six months proposed by Khrush chev for negotiations run out West Gorman Chancellor Kon rad Adenauer said he was sure the Western Allies would re ject every suggestion thai aims at making Berlin defenseless and endangers its Adenauer and French Premier Charles de Gaulle had already announced Wednesday that the Wests promises to maintain the occupation must be kept less than one inch north Lowof were expected Friday night 1020 to gel as much as three inches snow Fireday Iowa Temperatures willj Spencer reported the state low average 10 to 20 degrees belowof six above zero early Friday normal Salurday through next j while Mason City and Sioux City Wednesday Normal lows 17 had a low of nine Lows ranged north to 20 south Normal highs upward to 19 degrees at Des 34 north to 40 south Only minor Moines Waterloo and Burlington daily temperalure changes are Highs on Thanksgiving Day expected except for slightjwere from 22 at Mason City to warming the first of next at and Burlington Precipitation will average one onehalf inch occur ring as snow early in period and again the first part of next week THE COUNT which started atMnnesofa Snow flurries con 6 focal time Wednesday is to continue to midnight Sunday covering a period of 102 hours Fires claimed the lives of nine children Thursday Five died in a fire which destroyed a home for retarded and crippled chil dren in Oklahoma City Four chil dren and their parents perished in a fire in the suburban area of overall international situation Dulles will stop off at the vaca tion While enroute to Mex ico City for the inauguration of President Adolfo Lopez Matcos One Fatal Crash in Iowa So Far THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Only a single traffic fatality hadjdoes not make a day for a general appraisal of the Liuc Rock Ark Two 12yearold Chicago boys drowned when they fcli through the thin ice in a park1 lagoon SAFETY EXPERTS attribute the near normal traffic toll to the fact that highway travel over the Thanksgiving holiday is not as heavy as on other holidays such as Christmas New Years Memorial Day Fourth of July tinued cold High Salurday 10 25 GlobeGazette Weather Data to 8 Friday Maximum Minimum At 8 Precipitation YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 22 9 10 Trace f Snow SAME Berlin because we think 13 years of postwar occupation is long enough more than Jong he said THE PREMIER was asked how long the status of West Berlin as a free city could last Resume Search for Young Fisherman on Lake Superior HOVLAND Minn Coast Guard resumed a search Friday for a young fisherman whose disappearance in a small skiff on Lake Superior almost cost the fife of a heroic friend Richard Hammar 20 missing To Spurn Russian Scheme Reds Maintain Pressure WASHINGTON MVThe Unitcc Slates and its allies began map ing strategy Friday for a Ion diplomatic battle against Ih Soviet Unions free city c paigji lo oust Ihem from Uerlin The Slate Department gave stern notice that thc gov ernment docs not intend to enter into any agreement with the Soviet Union which whatever the form would have the end result of abandoning the people of Wesl Berlin lo hostile The statement promised care ful study of Hie Soviet proposal to convert West Berlin into a free city protected by some kind of United Nations watchdog opera tion It also promised consulta tions with Britain France and West Germany as well as the resl of he NATO Allies BUT OFFICIALS said private ly that while the statement did not specifically and immediately eject lie Soviet proposition there was no doubt that in the long run probably laic next month it would be lurried down Some Western counterproposal calling for a solution of Ihe Ber lin problem as part of an all German settlement may be put forth at the same lime Indications were that the con sultations will reach a climax at a meeting of foreign ministers of thc 15 North Atlantic Allies jn Paris Dec 15 Officials predict cd the Western powers would de lay until then their reply to note sent them Thursday by the Soviet government Is this just a first step askcdisincc TlKsdny was feared drowned in the lakes icy waters His friend Htlmar Aakwiclr 55 miraculously survived a night adrift in a 16foot skiff after put ting out lo find Ilammar He was a correspondent Is incorpora tion of the city inlo East Germany the second step Khrushchev shook his head He declared West Berlin would re main a free city just as long as rescued by helicopter Thursday the inhabitants want if eternal Aakwich said he kept alive in is a long time but there will hethe freezing temperatures and 15 no change unless the high waves by concentrating on keeping his craft afloat Ice had formed on the sides and the waves tossed huge sheets of water into the boat Hammar embarked in a small skiff Tuesday to tend his nets themselves want HUDSON INJURED HOLLYWOOD traffic col lision gave actor Rock Hudson minor cuts on the face Thursday He was riding in a taxicab thallaiwi Aakwich set out later that was turning into the driveway of night when Hammar failed to re his home jturn 40 22 Governor Wife Just Head for Israel MOINES UPI Gov i Herschel C Loveless and his wifcj bundled in been recorded in Iowa up to of the traffic toll for Thanks day of thc long Thanksgivingjgiving However it estimated 470 j which weekend which began at 6 deaths could be expected iitaK tiT it r 1 Wednesday i State safely officials combined expressions of gratification with a warning that the new snowfall the earlyj a twoweek them to England I Loveless was decked out with ithree cameras like any tourist go BUDAPEST H u n g a r y on an overseas trip But he DAMIANOV DIES the new snowfall Georgi Damianov 66 his wife made Ihe luggage1 hazard for of slate since 1050 died weight limit with plenty to spare emainder of the Thursda after a l 1 The Governor arr SHOPPING DAYS LEFT adds an extra motorists the remainder of theJThursday after a long Yffness weekend Gunnar Overland 32 of near Ames was killed shortly before midnight Thursday in a cartruck accident on U S 69 about two miles south of Ames The acci dent occurred at the brink of a hill and authorities said icing conditions may have been a fac tor DEAD AT 74 NEW YORK Lfl Kath leen Burke Hale 74 known as The Angel of France during World War I for her work in raising funds for the American Red Cross died Thursday Governor carried an Iowa slate flag and a desk set as giftsj for Israeli Premier David Ben Gurion The Loveless are guests of thc Israeli government on the trip and will dedicate an Iowa forest in Israel The Governors driver Jack iCrippcn and a couple earlyrising jnewsmen were the only people at jthe airport to see the slates first couple off on their trip They left at a m Loveless and his wife will be Israel Saturday and will stay five days They will then stop at Rome Paris and London before returning here Dec 14 Loveless will have an audience with thc j REACTION from European capitals concerned paralleled that m Washington The free city formula offered by Khrushchev is but 1 device to get the Western powers to withdraw from Berlin and is therefore unacceptable The United Stales statement said The Soviets seem to be proposing that while they keep their grip on East Berlin the three Western Allies abandon thoir rights in West Berlin and retire in favor of wiial is called a free The statement noted that the free city would be limited to West Berlin II also emphasized that unless the Western nations accept the Soviet proposal within six months the Soviet Union pro poses singlchandcdly to abandon its position as an occupation pow er including its obligations to help the Western Big Three preserve their status in West Berlin THE UNITED STATES wil AJ Pliolofax DIES AT 44 Artur Rodzin ski M famed conductor of several symphonies died Thursday at a hospitaj in Boston lie has been under treatment for a heart condition after successfully completing a Chicago engagement 4H Group Finds Snow in Chicago By CHUCK WALK GlobeGazefrt Farm Editor CHICAGO The first snow of the season greeted 3L4 North lown lll members and their lead rs when they arrivedhere on the 10th annual KGLONorlh Iowa Fair trip early Friday But neither the snow nor wintry blast rom Lake Michigan could dampen the spirit of the group as it started out on four days of sight in the Windy City THE SPECIAL sevencar train loaded with a multitude of tired but excited farm youths pulled into Chicagos Union Station shortly after 7 The train had left Mason City at Thurs day evening Slops were made at Manly Rockford Greene and Cedar Falls o pick up other 4H groups and leaders All together IR North Iowa counties and 95 communities are represented on the trip Soon after the train had left the flock Island depot in Mason City the decks of cards were brought out and groups of four and five youths settled down for games of bridge or hearts Other youngsters talked about the places they wanlcd lo sec and the things they wanted to do in Chi cago Still others discussed the merits of boyfriends and girl friends left behind WOMEN 4H leaders acting as chapcrones worried about their husbands having to batch it for the next four days while men leaders wondered how their wives would ever manage the chores not acquiesce in a unilateral re toP of lhc Thanfcsgiv pudialion of that kind the U mcal most of the group had statement said icaten Thursday they put away Indicating the nature of a milk apples and siblc counlermovc by the furnished by North Iowa the Stale Department said and organizations the United Slates Britain and France have tried for years to negotiate with the Soviets for the freedom of all of Germany of which Berlin is part on the basis Shortly after the last of the county groups were picked up at Cedar Falls at a the lights started lo go out and a silence fell over the train Intef of free elections by the GcrmanSmitlcnl bursts of laughter could people be heard throughout the wee American officials said hours but most of the chevs offer of a sixmonth Adcran tripgoers agreed it was breathing spell before showlhc quietest group ever down should lessen the immcdii CTCD ADDIWAI ate tension in the Berlin crisis UAFTER ARRIVAL was laken bus to 1cm remained as serious as cveri0 ConSrcss Hotel As soon as Rut they warned that the nrobi C 1cm remained as serious as Con and the Western Allies would no ground Navy Abandons Try to Launch Balloon RAPID Friday and gave up on attempts to launch a manned balloon into was completed the pleasant dining hal of the Congress was deluged by nearly 300 wide awake and hungry Iowa youths With break fast completed groups of four and five youngsters sat around lhc 1obby waiting for the buses ant days tour Included on this tour were visits to the Chicago Board AP OOPS SORRY A trio of sur geons felled this tree right onto a this 130foot fir tree The three men nearby house at Portland Ore Gladys made a fast getaway when the giant McMichael accepted he proposal of the toothpick toppled the wrong way Men on study of Mars Navy officials nounced their decision to call off the flight Thursday after a series iof setbacks climaxed by the col lapse of one of the 10story high balloons Authorities said there would be no further attempts at fe and the observation Prudential Building new Pope while in Rome Ldoorhellringing surgeons to take down ladder were hired to cut up the Iree SOVIET WRITER FLEES BERLIN writer Alexander Tsheyshivili has fled to West Berlin the West Berlin launching until it was learned what caused thc huge plastic balnewspaper B reported Fri loon to split apart Wednesday dayTsheyshivili 55 fled from an night less than 45 minutes before authors conference in East Ber its projected ascension lin
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