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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 4, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER T H T MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBOR S VOL 97 Associated Press United International Full Lease 7c a Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY DECEMBER 4 1958 Set Goal for 4H Drive for Camp Sought A goal of has been set for Ccrro Gordo County for the Iowa 4H Camp Fund Drive This goal was established Thursday at the first meeting of the Cerro Gordo County Central Committee for the drive The tentative opening date for the drive was fixed for Jan 19 by the committee The money received from the drive will be used to complete construction on the 4H Camping Center located six miles south of Boone Dm Paper ConuMs ol four No CERRO GORDO County is among 38 counties in lhc slale which have not held fund drives The 61 other counties have raised for the camping center in 10 years George Boehnke assistant stale Boys 4H Club leader told the Cerro Gordo County commit tee that the completed cost of the center would approach The camp is comprised of 615 acres of woodlands trails and camp sites and furnishes the only year around camping facilities in the state More than camp ers from every county in the stale have laken advantage of the center thus far in 1958 BOEHNKE EXPLAINED to the committee that about 60 per cent of the camping center is com pleted and that it is hoped all county fund drives will be fin ished by the end of 1959 The center is open to all groups with 4H clubs getting first pref erence on dates The only week ends that the center has open this year are over Christmas and New Years The original cost for the camp ing site was nearly and was paid for through contribu tions from the various 4H clubs around the state THE PURPOSE of the camp is to give youngsters an outof doors experience where empha sis is placed on the enjoyment of living and where the campers have an opportunity to take considerable responsibility for the basic problems of their daybyday life Perhaps the most popular feai ture of the center is the 120 foot on a reflucst Proposal onJudges by Bar Do Away With Partisan Vote DES MO INKS MA constitu tional amendment which would do away with partisan election of Iowa judges anil provide for anj entirely new plan of naming them ihad the approval Thursday of the I Iowa State Bar Assn j I If the plan were adopted jof I ho Iowa Supreme Court and jail the district courts would serve j iat the pleasure of the voters and could be retained or put out ofj office on a simple yes amlj no vote In effect judges would face no election opponents A judges name would appear on a ballot Firefighters in Califc Victory at Hand rnia Rites for Victims of Fire Held FIVE MINUTES OK SHEER JOY Leonard Belanger 12 is surrounded by toys he collected in five furious minutes AP riiolofax in t Chicago department store Me made off with worth in all 4 Crabby Kids Make Off With in Toys in Christmas Season Stunt CHICAGO children on by mobs of Christ mas shoppers were turned loose in the dazzling world of downtown t o y departments Wednesday with permission to take all ypu can in five min The haul Bicycles dolls trains balls and a wagon amounting to more than retail The kids three boys and a girl won a State Street Council contest to name me elfinlike figures atop new lightpoles down the Loop thoroughfare The Council footed the bill One boy 11yearold Dennis Gray lost a few seconds untan gling two bicycles from a rack but made up by grabbing boxes 10 deep in his arms Galye Longwifi 10 who two weeks ago had her arm in a cast clutched six dolls at one crack and made several return trips In another store Leonard Be langer 12 benefited from some advance planning Lenny and I mapped out the toy depart ment during 10 recent his mother sard Young Belanger first seized a bicycle and wheeled it to a cart All the toys had to fit in me wagon according to rules Then came dolls for his sister two sets of trains two more bikes CHICAGO grief enlirely separate from the mourners paid final re lican ami Democratic ballots specls at a Kemiem Mass for would vole only on nuns who died in the fire at question whether he continued in office should be Our Lady of the Angels school Monday Archbishop Albert G r e g o r y rue celebrated lhc Mass for Charily of the e xd a cous ituhonal vj rj U would have lo bo o j at two consecutive ses t s of the Legislature and then hi Cilnls the voters at a general ekcjsixlccll arc in Six hundred nuns attended the I lie bar associations board of majiy governors unanimously adopted a u Calh revised plan drawn up by a speoli church cial committee appointed lasti month by L L Corcoran AN HONOR GUARD of firemen i association president The action and policemen watched as the of the committee was a revision coif ins bearing the bodies of Sis Teachers where she is of a plan for judicial reform Mary St Caniuc Lyng TELEGRAM STARTED IT Donna Musgrove 20 Waterloo is back home after a singing slinl with Ikliny Goodmans or chestra It all started with a lelegrnm from Goodman after he heard her sing at Iowa Stale lwt uiiu FI MI i j lunioi Sliu s rcHmic toy guns games and a record has been under study since 1017 I Mary Scraphiea Kellcy U andi nu 0m Dlaver MIL llm u lllKL Last week the Iowa Tlicrcsc Champagne 2rt Meanwhile 9yearold Donald Kludges Assn endorsed at its coni were borne from he convent Gogins dashed away with three bikes dolls for his three sisters and a space helmet When it was over one parent posed this question What will we get them all for Christmas now To Rule on Picketing Injunction of worsening Soviet Union Ccrro Gordo District Court Fagerholm quit after thr Finnish Premier Resigns Post New Drapes for Office of Time in 30 Years by 40 Boehnke foot told swimming the Cerro pool Gordo was to rule a temporary in junction against picketing at the site of the new Felco feed mixing plant HELSINKI Finland Prime Minister August Fagerholm rei DES MOINES U The of signed Thursday and Finland was fcc f GovHcrschel C Loveless without a government as a result Iiav drapes on he win relations with the dlief executive returns from his twoweek vaca took down the t old wuiiMiicii IUUK me oia Agrarian parly members of hedrapes to have thcm dcancd Cabincl resigned away lhCdry clcani firm refuscd to coalition governments majority them because they were The petition for the injunction was filed bv tne Elevator County group that a new bath house will be completed for the pool by May 1 1959 Hans Henrickson was elecled r permanent chairman of the and General Work Gordo County Fund Drive Comers Lnlon Local 552 Tuesday Co Dcs Moines vcntion any suitable plan foracross the street lo the church nonparlisan election of judges I Nun s relatives clergymen The bar association pian who escaped Ihe fire and work this way women wearing babushkas wept audibly for the dedicated who hcir 111 L lime lo read while she was on tour amendment look effect would con tinue until expiration of their l terms The tragic fire was the first in lowan Captured in Cleveland Holdup TOLEDO Ohio OFi An nc cused bank robber sought by the Return of High Wind Feared MALIBU BEACH Calif tf A huge brush fire that swept tho hills behind this famed beach col ony appeared to be burning itself jout Thursday after three days Firemen were in control of niora than half of its 37mile perimeter They had hopes of completely sub duing the blaxc some lime late or Friday Pockets of the flame in the deep canyons still offered fierce re sistance however Officials said thai rising winds could set the whole front again IN ITS eightmile rush across the hills lo the seashore the fire charred acres destroyed 29 homes and left scenes like these Chains of childrens swings dan ling above blackened ground the wnotlen seals gone in flames along with the house beyond A housewife crying in a lillle cementblock laundry house next to a chimney and rubble thai once was a refrigerator a stove and Ihnls left oi her home Silence like that of deserted battlegrounds Chimneys standing them out of office J VYllD LMV I I I OV LL1 the 125year history of thc SislBl arrested Thursday as iters of Charity to claima sistcrllc slLDt in a molel ncir hcre or a pupil as ils victim In 1870 ajWllllam A agent small building which then Cleveland KBI in of luui UUL ui A vacancy would occur in Ihc5 molherhousc case of any judge unseated by ihcj tV be no ha voters The vacancy f lied by appointment An Tnilv nravcr Hni Micv tec would serve not less than one aye lllcv vear and hereafter until Ian mlfilU lic 5Parcd flrc year and hereafter unfif Jan 2 rollowing he next judicial elec ion or longer if continued in of fice like tombstones marking where big homes once stood Childrens toys flametwisted their paint blistered An undaunted resident Charles fice identified lie suspect asichapman who lost one home to Richard L Loveless in his canyon in 1935 and an lowa He was wanted in connecjollier home Wednesday saying tion with the armed robj WoJI stay Well The Ijcry of he Shaker Savings will help We dont saved his in Parliament so fragile with age Pete Man Vacancies also could Side neighborhood still through death or retirement and in the Cleveland suburb of to mov or Heights Jasl Monday Lovo A MASS FUNERAL for some less admitted his idenlily CARLSON saved his 28 of the 87 child victims will belphy said and had in water from his own well and held Friday in an armory in the when arrested survived a perilous ring of flame NorlhwMl Sido noirhliorhonrl clill He gave his five cows the credit these also would be filled by ap V It L I Soviet economic pressure has superintendent of buildings A poinlment stunned by the tragedy Archbishop Meyer again will sing the Mass been brought against Finland and grounds said the drapes put since Fagerholm left the Commuup in J928 arc in loo poor condi nists out of his government ition to put back up move o Iowas Other bereaved court system was started amongibury their dead in simple sep lowa attorneys as long as 20 yearsjarate rites many in lie church I for which the school was named ago NEEDS A WIFE OLTWELL England Bachelor Bernard Tuck 59 who lie gave his five cows the credit 1 lot them around the he said they ate out a firebreak makes a hobby out of entering geese and contests has won his Ihird lucks and the goat just got machine He said he still ln tnc middle where I was and stood there and we ing mittee Other committee mem bcrs arc Earl Dean Mrs Mason City Cloud colder Thursday night and Friday with n lhc s contract City j liam Eno Joe Duca wV Howard V Art Bcckcrnamed in the peti Stewart Gene Hutse Leslie bllslness agent and man ton Marion Olson W Earl for thc union thc and Clair Hein are Protesting employment of nonunion labor by the Mill and Elevator Construction Co i THE DES MOINES firm is general contractor for Felco Farmers Elevator Service jFort Dodge which is building a inew plant south of Highway 10B inear the soybean mill Thursday morning Becker said he had no comment to make xnuiaurfv iiigiu ann r uuay wun petilion for an lighl snow beginning Ilnfil aftcr lhc 2 morning Low Thursday night 1420 High Friday lower 20s rhe its petition charges that the union is conspir owa Clear lo partly cloudy to prevent the company fromi colder Thursday night and Friicarrying on its constniction day Low Thursday night iSJThc company charges the union north o 25 south Chance of is using coercion to keep olhcrs snow southwest Friday from doing business wilh the con struclion companv Purpose of thc Minnesota Snow flurries colder u picKciing me petition charges is mdy High Friday 515 force anrf rcfiujrc company GlobeGazette weather data up to cmPIov members of he union in the construction work THE PETITION states that no labor dispute exists between the company and the workmen em ployed in thc construction work It states that no members of Lo cal 552 are employed in the proj ect Becker said Wednesday he pickets would stay at he scene either until a settlement i reached or until completion of thc construction project Inhalation of Smoke Fatal to Iowa Man CEDAR RAPIDS W Charles Paul Jones 57 who was over come by smoke during a fire in1 his home Sunday died at a Ce dar Rapids hospital Wednesday Beath was attributed o smoke jinhalalion and pneumonia i sends his wash lo the laundry THE NEW WILL BE ITS THEME Fabulous Float for Iowa in Rose Parade DES spectacular float featuring the theme The New ovva Where Factory and Farm Share will represent thc state in thc an nual Rose Bow parade at Pas adena on Ian 1 Iowas entry in the Tourna ment of Roses festival took top honors in its class at the festival two years ago when the University of Iowas fool ball team made its first ap pearance in the classic An artists sketch approved by thc Iowa Development Com mission shows factory farm and football sharing honors on the mammoth float which will be constructed on the West A huge revolving football hearing the legend Big 10 will hover over the factoryfarm scene Every visible surface of the float will he covered by flow ers and leaves Thc varieties to he used have not yet been de termined The gridiron of course will bo green with white stripes the factory and farm house in white with the barn in red The stadium stands will be of varied colors with thc flowers arranged to simulate spectators The revolving football will be in brown and thc loll ers in lhc word Iowa will be in red Thousands of flowers and to 8 a m Thursday Maximum 41 Minimum 25 At 8 a m 25 YEAR AGO Maximum 27 Minimum 5 SHOPPING LEFT IRISTMAS SEALS leaves will be used to create the various effects The float was designed by the L W Knmsey Advertising Agency Davenport It wilt be 10 feet long 17 feet high and 20 feet wide The contract for its construction is expected lo be let in the near future Thc development commission has been allolrd by the legislative budget and control committee for participation in the Rose Bowl festivities Cost of the float itself is expected to be about We could not buy the Ire mendous amounl of good pub licity for own that the Rose Bowl participation will bring for K B Storey di rector of thc commission said Wo want the people to know hat Iowa is a leader in indus try and agriculture as well as in football Our participalion in Ihe Hose Bowl parade is one way of bringing the stite to thc attention of all made it Not all burned out dwellers planned to slay in the area which was swept by another dev astating fire two years ago Two fires in two years mean that the insurance will go so high I wont bc able to pay one said Im Some men remained on jfirelines More than service men from nearby Navy Army and Marine camps were assisting in thc firefighfing A plume of dirty black smoke swirled feet into the air and flattened out on the horizon darkening thc western part of the sky for Angeles residents 35 miles away j Cold Front Moves in I Over Most ofIowa A warm front boosted Iowa temperatures Wednesday night to as high as 52 at Sioux City and Council Bluffs Then a cold front cut across the stale Readings dropped to close to the freezing point at most places by morning Colder weather is expected to continue into Saturday There a chance of snow in the south Friday morning were rescued from thc icy water nboul four hours later COPTER CRASHES WASHINGTON big Navy Comments from loading helicopter crashed into the fog biisinessmcn and industrialists covered waters of the Polomac following thc festivities two River Wednesday night killing years ago showed that Iowa onc man Nine others aboard was brough lo the national fnrrfronl in Ihe minds of mil lions and an awareness of ihc stales potential was froated that never existed said Storoy said hat while the Rose Bowl centered around a sporting event its influence spreads out into the fields of business and industry where an impression must be made if Iowa is to continue to grow lo its goal of a balanced i SAME   

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