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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 15, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for lie Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBOR S HOME EDITION VOL 97 Associated Press and United Press International Full Lease Wires 7c a MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY DECEMBER IS 1958 Paper ol Two No 57 Stand One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE EGLU iliiUOt aundij WOI Ames iStUt Tuesday WTAD Quincj SiiOl Ibursday WSUI Cltj 0101 Saturday Mere Sympathy Is Not Enough ON FEB 24 of this year a man JHEVIOUSLV KEioirni i Mason City Junior Chamber by the name of Henry Caroicade cardi paid a visit to one of KB Muson Clly Chapter Order of the countrys finest jnstilulionsi for Ihe care of crippled children Ullile1 ractineituusc workers Its called the Alfred I du Pont No s8 Institute and its situated at Wil mington Delaware Heres how he started his re port on lhat experience I saw myself in the eyes of those children and remembered the many years when I was a hospitalized crippled And lhat fact plus a few more that I shall be reciting here qual COAL Defense Spending Studied Ike Meets With GOP rltchard Motor Communication Workers of America Local 7107 Ileasanl Ridge Womans Club Christine Heillands Grill Goudell Krum Nancy Mrs Mary Kielty Farmers Hagipy Hustler Club Kussell Ilarlwcll Carpenter Happy CoLucky C 1 ub Rock Kails A friend Nora Sprints The Gencseo jlomcmakers Cfub Sheffield Anonymous dunor 0 Go I Co Club Kockucll ified him for some straight talk rrom E A Womans Guild Tedi Anne Hasapopulas From a Dougherty Friend Iostal Letter Carriers No Romeo from Mason City From Sue Kllcn Midland Heights Thimble Club 00 T1IK UAVS TOTAL AMOUNT STILL NEEDED about Americas treatment of her physically handicapped citizens especially its adult crippled Henry Viscardi Hank lo his friends was born wilhoul legs He rose above his handicap and dedicated his life lo promoting the welfare of and creating op portunities for others to whom nature has nol been kind GIVING DAYS It was Henry Viscardi who1 launched one of the nations most remarkable factories Its called Abilities and it is situ ated on Long Island And what is its chief mark of distinction It employs only physically handi capped IVE NEVER HAD the greatj good fortune to meet Henry Vis cardi But I have a feeling of kin ship to him because of two mu tual friends One of these is William P Mc Cahili a Milwaukeereared and Marquclte University educated man who is serving as executive secretary for the Presidents Committee on Employment of the Physically Handicapped He was my companion on a recent jour ney to Munich Lisbon Portugal grounds inspection of Radio TOTAL TO DATE Cheer Fund Passes First Mark WASHINGTON OP President Eisenhower gave general budget problems and defense spending top priority at a conference Mon day with Republican congression al leaders The emphasis on national secur ity outlay came as somewhat of a iuoo surprise Advance indications had been that military spending and foreign policy planning would be left for discussion mainly at an TiiiD other meeting scheduled Jan 5 with both Democratic and CIOP KUD leaders J The administrations general program is up for re with advance hints that it may include some controversial civil rights proposals PRESS SECRETARY James C Hagerty announced shortly after the start of the session that it would deal primarily with the ad ministrations domestic program including a budget expected to call for spending of about 80 bil ion dollars But Ilagerly said it would be impossible to divorce national security from the rest of lhc program in any discussion Hagerty recalled lhat Eisen hower invited the Democratic leaders to sit in with the Rcpub licans for a talk on foreign policy and defense spending plans at about this time The Democrats he said prefer to hold the twoparty conference Jan 5 just two days before the on Berli RETURNS TO OLD FORM Berlin Talks Drama Just Medicine for Dulles HANKS to the brave efforts ma n y teenagers who par ticipated in the Jun heavily Democratic new Congres convenes UNDERSCORING efforts to re build Republican prestige anc lor Ch a in b e r ofjvoler appeal GOP N a t i o n a Commerce s p o njchairman Meade Alcorn sat in on sored CaroIcadeiMondays meeting at Eiscnhow Sunday request Also on hand were C h r i s t m a secretary of the Treasury Robert A t HEY DADDY LOOK Karmen seems to have found something in a Mason City store which would be quite acceptable as a Christmas gift Shes not si All I want for Christmas is my two front She is the 4yearold daughter of Mr and Mrs Don Ma thews Thornton The stores are open until 9 every night this week except Saturday Cold Fails fo Defer Carolers Some 160 Mason City teenagers from 13 churches joined i song Sunday evening in the communitys second annual Christina Caroicade and raised for the GlobeGazette Christinas Chec Fund Men Fighting California Blaze SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO Calif An estimated the Cheer Fund is over the first mark There still remains to goal to be met B Anderson Dcp Secretary of Defense Donald Quarles Under secretary of Stale Christian A Hcrter and Budget Director Maurice Stans men hampered by turbulent winds struggled Monday lo check a fastmoving brush fire raging in mountain country eight miles PARIS UPI The drama filled atmosphere of Western talks on the Berlin crisis seemed Monday lo have been just the medicine for convales cing Secretary of State John Foster Dulles The 70yearold secretary only three days out of the hos pital where he was treated for inflammation of the colon looked grey and a bit peaked when he flew in from Washing ton last Saturday But Monday his aides report ed he was feeling pretty good and that he seemed to be get ting into bis old form Dulles has been going at fair ly full steam when there is ac tual business at the foreign min isters meetings But he has been sparing himself on the so cial functions skipping din ners wboro rich and full menus were served As an extra precaution Col Benjamin Sullivan an Army doctor of the Waller Reed Hos pital accompanied him here Dulles was following a bland diet because his stomach still feels a bit sensitive Rubbing elbows with oilier Western ministers appeared to be agreeing with him An asso ciate said The secretary looks a little belter than when we first arrived from Washington He definitely has more bounce now lhat hes been tak ing part in these the associate said Its like an old war horse getting back into the though admit tedly it may not be full gal lop Liberal Bloc Control Fight in GOP Plan WASHINGTON A group f 10 Republicans who rale them selves as liberals voted Monday lo undertake a iglil for control of llic Senate cadership of their parly Their spokesman Sen George Aiken RVl announced that they decided lo present a full slale of candidates al the Senate Republican conference in January which will be representative of lhc Republican party as shown Mason City Mostly cloudy and warmer will occasional snow lurries loiuay nighl low in Rejects Russian Proposal Official Vow to Remain PARIS Reassured that the Western Big Three will stand fast against Soviet pressure on West Berlin the North Atlantic Allies turned Monday to critical dis putes within the alliance The agreement Sunday on Ber lin by the foreign ministers of lirilain Franco and the United stales led off n week of format conferences vital to Western Eu ropes future A comimniiriuc said I h e Big Three foreign ministers reaf firmed the determination of their governments to maintain their position nrul their rights with re spect lo Berlin including tho of free THE STATEMENT rejected the Soviet proposal to give the lJast German Communist regime Control of Allied traffic with I below to 8 above art ly cloudy lilllo irb mature Wcsl t sufiRcsUons lhat of as s Moscow radio charged the for w t mlnislors snow flurries m morning Thrcc WJUi Rmjrijig jvitl proposal lo make The groups of 10 braved subzcr as they delivere tidings of comfort and cheer for more than an hour About 7 they began ar riving at be high school gym nasium where they left donations from Mason Cilyans with mem bers of the Junior Chamber of Commerce sponsors of the proj ect Then they beaded for be re freshment tables where sonic UOO by he voters in the last elcc THE ACTION posed the pros pect of a fight with Sen Styles Bridges of New Hampshire chair northeasl of this historic mission j hot dogs and 500 cups of hot town The blaze broke out Sunday I chocolate were served by mcm and quickly consumed of the Junior Womans Club glUUllUd ui ivauiu Europe operations Henry Visjims many more con Also on was Dr Raym0ndacrcs of tali brushsome of il as Mass caroling led by Merle cardi is a valued member of mrnvmiials and jj Saulnier chairman of the as 15 feel Hopes of early Dickinson wound up the evening of directors W u t lhc of Economic Advisers control of the fire were dashed of activity OlEm hpmrp Cnrictmoc r t The second of these mutual friends is Maurice du Pont Lee who retired some five years ago after a long and distinguished career as a chemical engineer with the Du Pont Company Since that time and indeed before that he has given most of his waking hours to making life better rich er and happier for those about him Ive made him the subject of my commentaries on several eight days before Christmas Vice President Richard M OUR SINCEREST Eisenhower and 1 wv TT i to the many who responded with contributions to the caroling Sun day evening in subzero weather The raised by this effort gave the Christmas Cheer Fund its main impetus over the week end members of Ihe White House slaff for presentation of the adminis tration program Discussion dealt first with gen eral budget problems It was scheduled to turn next to nalional jsecurity programs and the task of nrnviHina fiinrlc thn Our thanks too to the manyof providing funds against the others vho mailed or the Presidents their contributions These to reduce overall j eluded S25 from the United PackisPenciing be occasions ACTUALLY it was Maurice inghouse Workers and conlribu Lee who prompted this visit wilhjtlons from othcr organizations you about Henry Viscardi chlbs the general subject of makingi SPEC1AL mention full use of the vast American for lha hgvc source that resides m those classijfrom outsidc Qur communily ficd as physically handicapped as Ilcillands Grili Goocicll although that isnt a whol y Harlwcl Carpenter as curate term as the Long island man vigorously insists when it jumped the Ortega high way a scenic route linking San Juan Capistrano and Lake Elsi nore Firemen had soughl vainly lo make a sland al Ihe highway TRACTOR VICTIM HINTON W Charles Ross 14 son of Mr and Mrs Waller Ross was killed Saturday when the traclor driven by his 16yearold brolher Gary overturned on the younger boy The churches rcpresenlcd by carolers in lhc cvcnl were Holy Family and SI Josephs Calholic Trinily Central and Our Saviors Lutheran First and Wesley Meth odist Grace Evangelical United Brethren First Baptisl St Johns Episcopal First Prcsby lerian Firsl Congregational and First Ciiristian Cochairmen of the carolcade were Jaycces Dick Stoylcs and Al Hendricks Berlin a Iowa Mostly fair southwest free city mostly cloudy with occasional Soviet radio said lhc West snow flurries norlheasl communique hears witness Tuesday Warmer M o n d a unwillingness lo allow nigh t Little temperatureianv in the abnormal sit change Tuesday Lows Monday nation in Berlin night from 5 below xcro norlh easl lo 15 above southwest Highs Tuesday 20s northeast to lower 30s southwest FiveDay Iowa Temperatures will average near or slighliy bo low normal M o n d i y night man of the Senate GOP Policy and Sen Everett M Dirkscn who apparently is Bridges choice to succeed Sen William F Knowland as Republican floor leader ft also raised the possibility thai Bridges himself may seek Ihe floor leadership if it appears Dirkscn might be in danger ol losing Bridges has been quoted as say1 ing that if il is necessary lo avoid wealhcr data up a fight he will step in and lakclo S Monday In essence it gives no reply to the Sovicl THE THREE Secretary of State John Foster Dulles French Foreign Minister Maurice Couve de Murvillc and British Foreign Secretary Sclwyn over the leadership Since Bridges is the senior Republican most congressional observers feel il would be difficult to defeat him Aikcn said the group did not endorse any candidates Monday but will do so when it meets again Dec 30 ONE OF THOSE at the meeting was Sen Thomas H Kuchcl of Under the broadest interpreta tion of physical handicap there are upwards of 33 million thus classifiable according to Henry Viscardi Thais approximately 1 out of 7 in our population jwell as the generous hearted groups that have sent their giftsi from this and the surrounding communities j It is our hope that the gifts willj keep coming This is a project lhat all generous civic minded persons will want to succeed he told his Wilmington Bring or send your gift to the audience in that talk earlier this GlobeGazette offices Send it there js hardly one among CHRISTMAS CHEER Care GlobeGazette Mason City Iowa year you here tonight upon whom the finger of disabilily has nol rested cither remotely or proxi He followed this observation with a reference to lhc fact that automobile deaths and injuries down through the year exceed HOME BURNS MADRID Iowa UPI The Leonard Santi home here was destroyed by fire Sunday causing bv far all of our fatalities and an estimated loss of The wounds in all of our wars startJ1 re reportedly slartcd from ing with lhc Revolution faiillv DO YOU he asked that as we discover more miracle drugs and more modern techniques of surgery we are creating a new generation of Americans the disabled and overaged We have a choice Viscardi suggested We can look upon the problem of our physically handi capped from cither the economicj or the moral view I prefer to deal with both but CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 through S a I u r d n y Normal a v c no indication of highs 27 north lo 3t south Norw a I counterproposals they mal lows 10 north to 18 south in reply to the Soviet gradual warming trond is Nov 27 peeled during the period wilhj rillt they said Ihcy agreed moderate daily llic issues tr be covered changes No precipitalion of replies They said they consequence is indicated Jwould consult with the olhcr i NATO allies in Ihe NATO Coun Minnesota Mostly cloudy meeting beginning Tuesday snow and then would formulate their nolcs to Ihe Soviets The Wcslcrn refusal fo deal with the East Germans apparent jly left noalternative but force lo insure access lo the city if the Russians go ahead with the trans fer of communication controls The Russians have said they would constitute agression against East Germany and that warmer Scattered Tuesday near 20 Maximum Minimum Al 8 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum I 15 6 29 weather data up lo 8 Sunday California Several of those prcs knl back Kuchcl for the posl of cpublican whip The others who 1 were Sen John Slier man Cooper Ken nclh B Kcalina and Sen Jacob i K Javits of New York Frank Maximum Minimum Prccipition 7 10 trace of snow Six Spectators Die in Old Hotel Fire Soviet troops would go lo the satellite regimes aid in accord ance with the Warsaw Pact WEST GERMAN Foreign Min ister H c i n r i c h von Brcnlano joined in lhc lallcr half of the threehour conference al Ihe For Office Wcsl Berlin Mayor Willy Brandl also spent half an jliour in lhc meeting giving his R fiw ALLENTOWN Pa seriesviews to lhc foreign ministers Senclcct H ch Scolt Pn told him after the meeN inrt Sen elect wSn carly lo be wor anti sen cicci i rouiy killing six curious Uyn and Sen Prcscoll to lhc sccnc onn1 victims were trapped on the firstitmdc and economic policy with a Aikcn said all those at the noor p0rch of the of the 17nalion Organiza iinecling arc slrong supporters o u n t a v i 1 1 e Hotel as Ihcvjtior for European Economic Co ipfcsidcnl Eisenhower bul whcniwalchcd fascinated the gasfed I Qpcralion The OEEC includes all askcd if the While House had a members of th Allan r nmn in the strccl directly al them tic pad pius such neutral coun them any encouragement hcBpforc hcy coull ficc lhc hlaztrics as Sweden Switzerland and We havent heard a sheet of fire the 50foolhighiAustria from the White House but we flames engulfed the huildins just1 TheFrench recently rejected a would welcome some il was split savagely by proposal lo associate all from underground blast 17 OEEC members in a free trade area The British still are bitter the French action and their officials say that reprisals may have to be taken to defend the British economy The Scandina vians and some other nations are saying lhc same No Heat Wave but Mercury to Climb SAME IBlark Mag means trsffle death in past CHRISTMAS CHEER Four Mason City teenagers amonpr the 460 or so sanjr in Sunday nijrhts second annual Christinas Caroicade deposit Christmas Cheer Fund donations with Jaycees Bol St Clair and Henry Ludens The girls are from left Anne Hair Mindy Wag ner Connie Fiala and Diane North The Junior Chambersponsored project net ted to help needy families of the community have a happy Christmas Iowa finally received some relief Monday from the bitter cold weather of more than 10 days duration Warmer air entered western Iowa during the night and spread eastward over nearly the entire state Temperatures I at some places Monday were 15 to 27 degrees warmer than the lowsr recorded during the night Washta the Cherokee County community showed a 27degree jump in temperatures during the night It was 17 below zero there at Sunday and 10 above at 7 Monday Mason City had a low of 15 but by 8 it had warmed up to 6 above By 1 the mercury had climbed to 17 It shouldnt be so cold in southern Iowa Monday night Lows of 10 above in the south to near 10 below in the north are anticipated Highs Tuesday are expected to be mostly in the 20s If the mercury does climb that far it will be the first time since Dec 5 SHOPPMG DAYS LOT   

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