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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 8, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper tot CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THi THAT M A K ALL NORTH 10 WANS B 0 R S HOME EDITION VOL nd United Pres International Full Leas Wire MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY DECEMBER I 1958 DEFEAT AT POLLS TOUCHES OFF TliU Paper at rwo New Red Threats to Berlin FKOM OUK WIRE SERVICES f A massive vote against Communism bv Ihe ucoolc of West Berlin touched off new Communist Ihreals MonoVami a veiled warning by Easl German Premier Otto Grotewohl ha in tShercnifyOOPS and Wodcadc if thc rimafn o the Communists smashing defeat in the West Berlin city elections Grotewohl went before he Com munist zone parliament to claim West Berlin as part of Ealt Germany He said that Allied troops are unjustly and illegally stationed on the territory of the German Democratic Kepublic The Communist east zone government will be in a position to exercise sovereignty on the land on the water and in the air Grotewohl said rousing He ignored the West Berlin municipal balloting which gave a sing and emphatic no lo a Soviet proposal that Western Al be Unicd ilUo a rtemiliiar izcu fiec city surrounded by Communist bayonets i demands were the main issue in Sundays record emphatic rejection gave the Western Allies a demands UCSl Bcrlin to No Communist candidates were elected in the election West Berlin Mayor Willy Brandt braced his people for shocks lo come and warned of serious times ahead Brandt leader of the Socialists was reelected in a smash nig persons Iritirn oh His na rt v oni 7ft ho 4 SINI Is ju I irlia rncnt a solid majority The remaining sSwcnt to Ihe Chrlslhn Democrats West German Chancellor Konrad AdenaucVs p v of voles a pared with per cent in Ihe last Thcv have never won a parliamentary seat in West Berlin One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO U3UUI p B WO1 Arno p m WTAD Quiocj O3U fhurseUy WSU1 U Clly 9101 No Longer a Pushover K LOT OF THINGS happened Kev in the six and three quarters Three SL liul years between my two visits lo the Supreme Headquarters of the Allied Powers in Europe betler known as SHAPE My first visit to that point called Rocquencourt eight miles west of Paris took place on a raw windy day in February of 1952 Principal host for me and my 10 companions on a factfind Tan Ve Club Council of Social 11 Ebee St Johns Episcopal Church Union Uaien Club Ventura Keglna Jean Ann VI II 511 j II Masm Cilv Typofraphiciillnlon No UI Sunshine Circle Nora Springs Cynthia Alcnrn erect Dl5 ToUI triniArnount sun xce ing mission around the edges of the Iron Curtain was an smiling man wearing a fitting jacket On his shoulders CivlBK Ieft was a whole flock of stars Youve guessed it It was Dwight D Eisenhower This hasnt anything to do with on this occasion but J cant resist recalling that I came wiihin one answer of a Pulitzer Prize for reporting that day The whole world wanted to know whether General Eisenhower would accept the Republican nomination for President if it were tendered to him AT WHAT I THOUGHT was a propitious time during our lunch J put the question to him quite directly Instead the affirma tive answer or even a negative answer I gotabout the most in fectious smile I ever looked upon All 1 could report was failure in my attempt While he didnt say so in so many words I gathered that he hadnt made up his mind yet And I believe that to have been true This understand was just before the New Hampshire primary in which Eisenhower scored a spec tacular and wholly unexpected victory Ive always believed it was that which made up his mind for him Now to get back to my subject I am recalling that in our brief ing exercises Gen Eisenhower painted a picture of hope But il Cheer Fund Starts Off With Injunction Granted to Halt Pickets District Judge William P But ler Monday granted a temporary injunction lo prevent picketing at the site of the new Felco feed mixing plant He found that the Construction and General Workers Union Local 552 pickets were established to force the Mill and Elevator Con struction Des Moines to hire members of Ihe local union THE COURT also said Jhe pick ets arc an attempt lo force the Des Moines firm lo violate Iowas righttowork law The right towork law makes it a violation for an employer to force his workers to join a union The petition for the temporary iiiic i injunction was filed by the Des cello aonmvnl V Moines company when Local 552 davs Rcnnbl c began picketing lhc firms con Ll a C CaU ii i VLJ5 ft STRATEGY MOVE McManus GOP Talks Fruitless DES MOINES MVA seven member Iowa Senate Republi can committee and Democratic Lt Edward J Mc Manus to reach agreement Sunday over lhc se lection of standing committees for the 1959 session Sen McManus indicated he might face a situation which confronted Democratic Lt Gov John Valentine in 1937 when a Republican controlled Senate placed selection of committees m the hands of a Republican committee on committees ANY REPUBLICAN tract site iasl week in the Sen IFTS from children as well as grown ups clubs and other organizations brought the first days contributions to the Chrislmas Cheer Fund to That leaves still to be raised in the remaining 14 giving days before Christmas in order to reach Ihe goal The first gift was from the Rev William F Dicrking re cently returned to the United States from South America Also among the first was the annual gift from the three Bs and Mason Citys ploys three men at the present time These men belong to no union No members of Local 552 are employed by the Des Moines firm WILLIAM PAPPAS Homey for the union would make no comment on the courts decision 1 When asked if the union would appeal the decision to the Iowa Supreme Court he said he did not know at this time The righttowork of Iowas law were passed in 1947 The party and one Republican va cancy In a joint statement issued following the session the Re publicans said they felt that smce their party had the Sen ate majority they should have control of all committees since they have the major responsi bility for legislation However they offered chairmanships of some committees lo Dcmo crats with longest periods of provisions service TOGETEK AGAIN Victoria DoLosh L mhll is u hi o 1 by her parents Mr and Cynl DeLosh Washmton afler y who fiuCS luugos J he FBI accuses the siUor Dolly Zirk 20 a divone taking the Lot o the home of i second her own Mrs Zirk inlanl r Il0r i of her former husband Historic First Meeting by Civil Rights Group Aa Mr Chairman Robert fi Storey offered officials a chance to dis BUT McMANUS said Since that time the Iowa Supreme Democrat it Court has never been m Slnce thc Court has never been required to decide a dispute involving this law Judge Butlers decision may be the first interpretation of the righttowork provisions in Iowa since they were passed th will have onelhird of Ihe Senate Rights Coinmissjon opened issued prepared statements at the of hc cm Rocket Payload Burns Falls Back to Earth WASHINGTON MWThe Pioneer 111 plunged jlo a fiery dcalh 55 miles above North Africa at CST Sunday The IwofoolIong 13pound nose com was tracked to a height of miley before the force of ithe earths gravity whisked it hack from its probe of outer space At the high point about 8 Saturday night it had lo a few hundred miles an hour Hut once arced downward ils speed revved lo an estimated mites an hour as it dived on the jungles of norlhccnlral Africa j PUSHING THROUGH atmosphere at thai terrific rale ils gold outer skin and then the rest of il disintegrated in the fierce heat generated by friction Shortly after 2 CST Sun day the Armys Jet Propulsion Laboratory announced Burn nit al Ccn John P Mcdaris chief of the Armys missile com mand declared Ihe shot com pletely successful in achieving ils primary record the depth of the deadly radiation hand around the earth He said it failed to reach its secondary skirt Ihe moon ind orbit the two rea sons it went too slow and was off course He said its fuel shut off ve voting complaints here Monday with an expressed disavowal of any intent to take sides in Ihe segregation issue It was the first public hearing for the commission since it was created by Congress more than a year ago Chairman John A Hannah and 2 Dead 4 Hurt in Car Accident prove the Negroes charges failcci to exceed the CLERMONT OTWA car drivcnCJci if that the hearing will be what hey termed a fuelfinding inquiry and nothing more THE COMMISSION gav defi ant A I H b a m a officials new chance lo answer charges of dis against prospective jNcgro voters But as the hcnriny opened there was no indication thai sub poenaed voter registration rec ords in six counties would be sur rendered to the com mission Han nah and Storey withheld com ii ii i ii ic they can and expressed hope niles an hour needed to c would lake advantage of that oplllt earths main gravilali porlunily They said they had received a subslanlinl n ti m b c r of com plaints that Negroes have been denied the right to vote because of race clear gravilalional pull lie also said it took off from Cape Canaveral at Friday tilled degrees from ils intended flight path MEDARIS said rocktt sign will be analyzed and ils con HANNAH SAID he hoped the tml slightly revamped caring could be completed in Ajlolncf try is at least a month could days but vv o u I d be pro longed if necessary Wholesale resistance to bring ing records before the commis sion appeared to be building up over the weekend The records H St Paul Ebec AS USUAL WaTanYe Club came through with a large do nation which was on hand for u 01 me senate Lai unvcnitakcn if he U1C wecKemi The records membership in the 1959 MJohnson 37 Dujin lhcir threatened reSsd onrnin Barbotlr imd Coun sion should have control of of control on a ducc rccorcl P liavc been impounded by onethird or at least five of the snowpacked hill near here Sunday Jnslead Circuit Judge George ij jaml smashed mlo a tree killing Cy snld lflc Hc hc f J5 major committees Appointment of standing nnl infant son Dcaci arc fe in am It mittees to which all bills are referred is a privilege given the lieutenant governor under Senate rules adopted by the Senate when the privilege is conferred Members Mason City Partly cloudy with JVUU chance of snow flurries and ert R Rigler New Hampton of the committee which met with McManus are Sens D C Nolan Iowa City David 0 Shaff Clinton Melva Johnson Johnson 11 The accident occurred on Lar abee jfjjj on j 5 9 Ithe north city limits of Clcrmont j Johnson and three other chil dren in the car were taken loa Poslville hospital He and a 4 colder Monday nighl low 510 below Tuesday partly cloudy and continued cold high zero lo 5 above yearold daughlcr Dcbra were released afler Ircatment of minor injuries However another daugh ter Patricia was listed in sori was nothing to engender vast the first days announcement i oi MM optimism in us The same could This club carries on a year M Ved W C Stuart Chanton Carroll jous condition wilh a possible Price Knoxville Duane E skull fracture and a son AJgona and Frank HoxJ2 was in fair condition with in Shcnandoah ucrnal am s optimism in us The same could be said of the presentation by Gen Alfred Gruenther Ikes firsl assistant at SHAPE and by Gen Lauris Norstad then commander of the NATO nations air force pool This remember was in Febru ary of 1952 something less than a year after Eisenhower had left the presidency of Columbia Uni versity to direct the formation of our NATO military forces It was an emergency assignment The Kremlin had revealed how This club carries around program of communily service and has sel the palter for giving by other clubs in the community As will be noted in Ihe lisl of donors the contributions are not only from Mason Cily but from the surrounding area They are made bypersons and or ganizations who want Chrislmas Jcar rics High Tuesday 5 below to 10 above serviceowa Heavy snow warning Snow t Monday night low near zero north to about 10 above south Tuesday partly cloudy north west snow ending southeast and turning colder Total accumula tion 47 inches except lesser amounts southwest corner ing families It will also be noted that Ihe GlobeGazette and its top cxcu cngraving above When the stocking is full everyone will know that funds are on hand lo Contributions from various de partments of this newspaper are expected lo make their appear ances later THE PROGRESS of the Cheer Fjjd rtl be by SS and the stocking shown in the1 fraudulent wcrc its professions of lives arc also among the first peaceful intentions jdonors showing that we arc OUR GREAT MISTAKE and horoHgh Believers in the cause other countries have made Ihe same one was in believing that the Communists wcrc honest in their profession and promises at San Francisco when came into being We had let our de fenses saf pretty terribly One secretary of defense had proudly announced that he didnt even need the S15 billion appropriated by Congress S13 billion vas enough hc said And Ihe country applauded his decision Warweary Britain France and the Lowland Countries wcrc loo preoccupied with poslwar con cerns to pay any heed to Russias notorious disregard for her prom ises lo cut down on armies and armaments The net of it all was that so far as the western worlds defense concerned Russian Iowa Temperatures will average 1015 degrees be i low normal the remainder oi the week Cold early in followed by a warming trend latler part of period iVormal highs 28 north to 36 south Nor mal lows 12 north to 18 south Precipitation will average one fourth to onehalf inch occur ring as snow early in week GlobeGazelle weather data up Maximum Minimum At 8 Precipitation carry out the Christmas program VPAR Arn for the needy administered by1 GO Family Service Inc You can do your share by Maximum Minimum 13 2 2 3 snow 26 23 f v M bringing or sending your gift to GlobeGazette weather data up the GlobeGazette Send il 8 Sunday r i f CHRISTMAS CHEER Care GlobeGazette Mason City Iowa FLIGHTS RESUMED KANSAS CITY Maximum 12 Minimum 2 Precipitation 1 snow STRIKE ENDS NEW YORK J y n sub poena tn produce them and ar rest any commission agent try ing lo take them from his cus lody The files of Dallas Lowndes andWileox wcrc turned over lo grand juries for what was de scribed as slate of the same complaints made lo Ihe federal commissions THE OTHER county is Macon where here are six times as many Negroes as whites hut only balf as many Negro voters as while State Ally G c n John Patterson governorelect has in stnicled Macon County officials nni to surrender voter records to the commission i A Tuskcfce iVcjjro leader told Ihe commission Monday that only per cent of lhc Negroes in his county are registered but that the percentage j among while residents runs as jhigh as 6070 per cent William P Mitchell who re called that he was rejected as la prospective voter until hc filed ia court suit 13 years ago was ithe first witness called i Mitchell is secretary of the Tuskcyee Civic which has spearheaded the Negro reg efforts in Macon Cmm jty told the commission only Negroes are registered as voters out of a Negro popula tion of approximately He said something over of them arc of voting age NEW PRESIDENT DES MOINES W Franson Perry Mate L Sunday was of V Assn away he said adding See me after The general said he hoped a man could be put into space in sooner than three years Hc said he was confident space prog ress was outstripping lhat of the Soviet Union and We know how to do anything the Russians know how to The National Aeronautics and Space Administration said the rocket fell at degrees north degrees cast That would place it above northern French Equatorial Africa The space agency said its Puerto Rican station lost contact wilh the rocket at about CST when it was miles above the earth 4 Inches of Snow in Mason City The first big snow storm of the season blanketed all of Iowa ex cept lhc extreme southwest por tion Monday morning with up to 6 inches at Spencer And the fall continued Sibley and Dubuque had 5 inch es of snow Mason City Cedar Rapids and Waterloo 4 Daven port 3 and Burlington Des Moines Oltumwa and Sioux City 2 inches The snow was expected to con inue over the state Monday and Monday night ending in the outhcast Tuesday The Weather Bureau said indications were that the snow would be upwards of 4 to 7 inches over all the state except the southwest corner be fore it stopped of 560 SAMi nights low in Mason City was an official 2 as recorded at the KGLO transmitter and by 2 Monday it had risen only 2 de grees to zero Colder weather was expected to continue the rest of th6 week Temperatures through Saturday are due to average 10 to 15 de grees below normal for this time of year The highway patrol reported roads were snowpacked in vir tually all of the slate Plows were out   

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