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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 10, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited tot Ihe MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL 97 Associated Press and United Press International Full Leant Wlrei 7c CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 10 1958 Tlilt riper Consult of Kour No It Dont Doubt Russ Missile Claim Ike Bomb Kills 9 Cult Members CHATSWOimi Calif u A bomb demolished the main build ing of a religious cult in a mountain canyon Wednesday Five per sons were killed and four are missing and believed dead Among those missing is Krishna Vcnta bearded barefoot my stic and founder of the cult A demolition expert from the Los Angeles police department laid a bomb wrecked the sprawling building and touched off a fire The five bodies re covered were burned beyonc Fail to Reach Decision in Blast Case recognition Investigators 500 250 Airline Service Clarified CAB Gives Its Decision learned thai a stranger carrying a was seen In a violent argument with Venta shortly before 2 Twenty minutes after the si ranger InauVhTeVs oTTiiicTope left a tremendous explosion blew50 vhit Clul Mrmorlil lo Mrs the building apart IU3K C1IEKK fLNI RKlUKTKD The Club Linda Peterson Mitchell Club Stale Street Club The Civil Aeronautics Board I Kraiited Mason City air serv ice on both a northsouth castwest route Mason officials learned Wednes1 iTJIK DAVS TOTAL Clear j More than 30 persons were ATLANTA Durwoodjsleeping in thc building at Ihej T Pye Wednesday declared ajtime 14 of them children An T0 DATK mistrial in the states efforts toyearold girl is among those reAMOUNT STIU NEEHKO convict George Bright of the missing GIVING DAYS ish Temple bombing and inflict The remote canyon retreat the death penalty The mistrial came with the jurors hopelessly deadlocked ninetothree slightly more than 84 hours after they began their deliberations One of the jurors after leaving the Fulton Superior Court told newsmen that nine men voti ed for conviction and three rej fused After dismissing the jury Pye then called the case of Bright forj immediate retrial is tucked away in the moun tains at the head of the San Fernando Val ley about 30 miles from Los Angeles jj a former HB S1 Francisco ship yard Si g founded the cullj about 10 years ago He called Cheer Fund Aids Needy HE streets anct shops are thronged with peopte happily buy The word came following a of confusion over an in correct CAB press release which indicated thai no provision wasi made for eastwest services Mason City In many respects service will be much thc same as it has been jundcr the new routes which take jcffecl Feb 16 Thc decision is I part of a CAB ruling covering air service in a large Midwest area MASON CITY should two round trips daily both on a Min neapolisDes Moincs route and on a route from Chicago to Fort Dodge with western terminals at Sioux City and Omaha on alfer flights ing Christmas pres Jn to ftlason citVi slops himself a Messiah and attracted The jurors worn and following ol aboul 100 men from the long frustrating efforts to reach an agreement were summoned to the court room shortly after 11 The judge women and children Thc group practiced communal living and promised a home to who want to live tht Ten rutlk tr J askedI all who though there was Commandments regardless of no chance of an agreement tOrace or cree raise their hands All did j jewjsji structures have Its a joyous and one lhat cant help but give lift But this has to be remem bered There are scores who can not go Christmas shopping for a variety of un employment poverty death of the to name a few THIS DOES not mean 1XHlte wil bc Then he directed an order ofbeen damaged by bombs in the many children of these unfortunate families will go out a gift on Christmas morning mistrial explaining that there was no Georgia law to compel jurors to deliberate until they were physically exhausted Protest Closing of Rail Stations DES MOINES Order of Southern states this year Holy Cow Not to Make Trip to Bowl SPENCER Woods national grand champion steer Holy will not become the idol of the Rose Bowl A move to have the 950pound Angus exhib Railroad Telegraphers seeks to ited at Pasadena on New Years enjoin the Rock Island RailroadDay during the tournament of from closing 12 of its stations andRoses parade and the lowaCali from operating 26 others on alfornia football game came to nor that they wont have food clothing and other things that spell the difference between an unhappy and happy holiday These are the people that will be remembered by the Christmas Cheer Fund You can mke your jChristmas better by sharing it parttime basis naught Tuesday Tournament and with others and giving to this fund Rockford Dubuque Walcr oo and Fort Dodge The inter mediate points on the north south route in addition to Mason City will be Fort Dodge Austin Albert Lea and Rochester A tentative vote announced by the CAB in May called for a Sioux FallsWaterloo route by way of Spencer Estherville and Mason City The final action did away with that proposal however and granted Mason City the Chicago service instead A MAJOR advantage of the new routing will be the addilion of photo ly FIREiMAN HAROLD MARSH SURVEYS ROOF DAMACK Fire Wrecks Dwelling in Mason City Fire Wednesday wrecked he home of Mr awl Mrs Leonard nr i Pederscn 1621 4th N E The firoi nlghl or helowII1K Jowa Wednesday but nios mntenlc nnr High Thursday in 20s temperatures were well bclov Mason City Partly cloudy with slow warming trend through Thursday Low Wednesday South Wind Begins to Warm Iowa Southerly winds began warm cntcn and walls Omaha as a terminal point on flights through Mason City two downstairs rooms cloudiness and the additioiTof a second an a little warmer Wednesday f 22 and broke through the roof nigM low 5 aboyc north Waterloo 18 belo Maso i rilv fininrn ivorn r VVJtCllOO 18 DCJOW ftlaSO zero again While Council Bluffs had a lov bound flight daily Mason Cily firemen were called Mason City will lose trunk lincjat a m aftcr Mrs PcdCrscn service Braniff Airways willjsaw thefirc starting in a living Little Linda Peterson 5 had be suspended here as Bramffroom vvnll ncar con east to about 15 south Tburs cloudy and a little city Hi below Davenport 10 be f Ccdar 4 below The telegraphers pcti t i o n e djBowl officials said they had no Polk County District Court Tuesjplace for Holy Cow on their pro day to void an Iowa Commission Order permitting thej closing Judge D D Needham set Dec 16 for a hearing on an ap plication for an injunction to stop the railroad from putting the de cision into effect Allerton Youth Dies When Car Overturns CORYDON Dueling The commissions ruling on the 18 Allerlon died in a hospital here Wednesday of injuries re ceived in an auto accident late Tuesday Authorities said Duel ing was alone in his car which failed to make a turn on a gravel road two miles south of here 12 stations to be closed went into effect Tuesday The ruling on the 26 other stations will become ef fective Dec 19 if the railroad and the union can reach an agree ment that idea when she came into thc GlobeGazette news room Wed nesday morning and turned over a dollar to the Cheer Fund ITS FOR the little she said She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs John Peterson 1120 East State What we need are many morej Lindas to help reach the goal of the Christmas Cheer Fund Not only little grownups who see as they do the great blessings of giving Send or bring your gift to the GlobeGazette Send it to CHRISTMAS CHEER Mason City Iowa requested and all flights will Hcr husband who had been Fiveday Iowa Temperatures I and Burlington 3 below Debunks APlane Report Eisenhower Meets Press IICOM niJK W1HK SKHV1CES WASHINGTON President Eisenhower said Wednesday ha saw no reason to refute reports from Russia that the Soviet Un on lias an ballistic nissile But he sharply rejected as with out evidence a recent report that Russia was lest flying an atomic powered plane The President at his first news conference since Nov 5 declined to discuss in special detail infor mation from the Kremlin relayed to him Tuesday by Sen Hubert II Humphrey BUT HE took a highly guarded view of a number of reports of startling Russian progress in the development of scientific wcap ions He said hat in the case of atomic plane there was ab isolulely no reliable evidence of any kind that the Soviets had flown such an aircraft Eisenhower confirmed that ltruslichev had claimed a corn act fivemegaton nuclear bomb nd an missile Rul he indicated he was not es pecially impressed by this spccif c information nor did he sec any to change U S estimates of Soviet military which have Jong assumed the ability to lo massive damage to this coun try Khrushchev claimed Ihc Soviet Union has so many nuclear weap ons it may soon begin dismantling some of them OTHER NEWS high lights The President decried as rep rehensible the failure of Alabama officials to supply requested pub lic records on Negro voting regis tration to the Civil Rights Com by Ozark Air Lines outside attempted lo ex mission THE WARMING trend is due I FFe said lhat until the Berlin Connections from Mason hc firc to the West Coast will call for threecarrier service rather than FIREMEN SAID fire was twocarrier service as at present caused by a faulty stovepipe near jsitualion is composed by all tn powers thc United through next Monday Normal wi behind hiahs 28 norlh loSfi south Us responsibility and duty to will average J to 12 degrees he tj lhro Lowsi low normal Wednesday nigh ay wcrc expecledl thc wall where the fircwas dis HOWEVER connections points south of here could be imj There arc only three rooms on depending Ithe ground floor of thc stuccoed nial lows 12 north to 18 south to about 15 above in the south remain in West Berlin as a jroom and much of a bedroom andj Mason City smoke damage in the Minnesota Not so cold flurries lives first appeared in the broad scale case before the CAB in kitchen Aftcr the firc was brought early 1956 nearly three ycarsjunder control the firemens work Tuesdays highs ranged from 2 colder about Saturday then P thc Wesl Germans International Falls was challenged low ALTHOUGH there were some jsnow flurries not much heavy the High Thursday 5 to 20 weather data upsnow was reported in thc cold ago The first hint of the hampered in thc single upto 8 Wednesday action came with the May pressjstairs room by boxes and stacks Maximum release which indicated that Majof clothing bedding furniture njmum son City would no longer have and thc like Thc fire burrowed air service to Chicago into the goods and could not be S am The first release Tuesday indireached Most of Ihc stored items AGO catcd lhat the ciiy would pitched out of the Maxjmilm Minimum 8 16 7 belt However there were copious cnhowcr stood idly by in 1952 while Sen William E Jenner RInd denounced Gen George C Marshall World War II Army chief of staff as a traitor amounts of snow throughout he East Hardest hit by thc snow WITUH A h of were Oswego ami Mayvillo said he has a little with ncarlv five feet of white100 nillch scnsc to cl mad at blanketing the areas lanyone This was in comment no eastwest service at all hut i FROM THE upstairs room thej call to officials in Washington namcs lh h thc s jJ i t Vi m tcfiLrt cleared up the mistake Red Chinese Put Down Island Revolt saround a chimney 1 Tony Zcmanek fi28 Jackson S who owns thc house and 20 acres worked by estiiican Boeing mated thc value of the house atcrossed the Nearly a fool of fresh snow fell rm fornlcr President Trumans iTuesday in stormstricken Monday that Etsen as weary crews of workers fahhowcr has hrcn mad at him iorwl toclear thc lhc l952 mpaign Tru strccls nan further said I dont give a IOWAN KILLED Bristling Eisenhower said he 707 jnt airliner CHEYENNE Wyo W a I w a y during and Atlantic 67 Boone Iowa was after the made known JET SETS RECORD LONDON Pan Amer A small house of lhat sizcjnight in 5 hours 56 minutes Itkilled Tuesday when his carihis admiration and respect for HON7G KONG UPI Rcportscould not be replaced for thatwas a record for into the path of an autoMarshall The President added jreaching here from iMacao said Wednesday that Red Chinese troops in a bloody FIRST THOUGHT IN PARlSl had put down a revolt Tuesday on the Commit nistcontrolled offshore island of Lappa in thc South China Red troops opened firc on rei bellious Chinese residents andj crushed the uprising after a two1 jhoiir battle a press dispatch Macao said 11 reported ihcavy casualties and said Macao residents using binoculars could sec public executions taking place afterward I transport truck ncar here Want Coffee A LITTLE BOY WONDERS A boy cant help wondering as Christmas is ap proaching and he somehow senses that fine things such as are shown in this window will never ba for AP Phololax there really is a Santa Clans One of the pinposes of the Christmas Cheer Fund is to make sure that such hoys as this are not forgotten at Christmas time SAME Black meiiM traffic death In hourn PARIS UPI Say where do you go for a cup of coffee in this town Gov Herschel C Loveless of Iowa asked Tues day evening on his first night in Paris I havent had any decent coffee since the day after Loveless and his wife Amelia have been on a wide airborne swing through Israel and Italy since that day and they arrived here from Rome Tuesday morn ing Thursday they are flying on to London They plan to leave there Sunday morning in a Pan American jet and be home by midnight the same day The Democratic Governor docs not look tired but he said his feet hurt This wife of mine took me on a shopping in Paris this af ternoon and my feet remember She bought lots of Christmas presents he said as welt as a coat for herself that set me back quite a What kind of a coat Well not as bad as you might Its a cloth coat with a fur giz the Governor said mak ing a broad gesture toward his neck Loveless said he and his wifa have had little time to rest since they left Des Moines 12 days ago but they have seen a lot and learned a lot since then A few hours after he reached Paris the Iowa Governor went to the American Embassy and had a talk with U S Ambassa dor Amory Houghton We just discussed general Loveless said The ambassador is quite interested in Israeal I told him about my meeting with Israeli Premier David BenGurion who is really a wonderful man I was in Israel as a guest of its government The Jewish people of Iowa have given hun dreds of thousands of dollars for reforestration work in Is rael They have planted a whole new forestthere and have named it after me which of course makes me very proud I saw some fine farmland in Israel and some tremendous going ahead We also had some fun there visiting with the Bedouin chief of an Arab tribe in country touth of that if anyone says he ever stood still while any man in his presence reviled Gen Marsh all it just is not true Thc President said recent spending proposals by the Dem ocratic Advisory Council would of necessity lead lo many new itaxcs In effect hr challenged i ithe Democrats to prepare a list of such tax recommendations as a companion document lo their spending proposals   

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