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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 16, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited ioi the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H I NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH I 0 W A N S NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL 97 Associated Prcsi and UnitedPress International Full 7o Copy MASON CITY IOWA tUESDAY DECEMBER 16 1958 Paper Conilm of Two 51 Rekindle Idea of Confab NATO Backs Dulles View PARIS foreign minis ters of the Atlantic Pact coun tries Tuesday flatlyrejected Rus sian pressure on Berlin but held out the possibility of highlevel talks with Ihe Soviet Union on EastWest problems The Western leaders agreed however thai such talks could not be successful under the threats of any Soviet ultimatum on West Berlin i U S Secretary of State Dulles lold his colleagues in the North Atlantic Council that Soviet Pre mier Khrushchev will not risk war over Berlin THEREFORE we can pro ceed with Dulles as serted He added We must not give an appear ance of success to a bold and reckless move In this respect he Khrushchev is like we give him an inch he will take a The ministers also agreed to advise the Russians that the big Western Powers are ready to ne gotiate at a high level for a gen eral settlement of the problems of Europe These would include reunifica tion of Germany with Berlin as its capital European security measures and disarmament ques tions a Norwegian diplomat re ported REBELLIOUS LIBERALS CONFIDENT OF SUCCESS GOP Senate Leadership Fight to Be Hottest Since 52 A NATO spokesman said the majority of the 15 foreign minis ters agreed with Dulles position He described the broad lines in this way Soviet Premier Ntkila S Khrushchevs proposals are unac ceptable The West must stand firm and cannot tolerate the uni lateral violation of international agreements The West is agreed that it is always ready for discus sions on the reunification of Ger The ministers decided there would be further consultation by the Big Three after the NATO sessions to determine how to frame replies to the Berlin notes from Khrushchev Preliminary consultations have already begun AP Photofax HALF N Hos tess Sally Dorr starts gathering a California Ian on the right side of her body atop a San Franciso building Anil after it has been examined and cali brated by a dermatologist she will hie it to Miami Beach where she vill expose the other half to the sunshine of Florida i Sally 22 is the willing gumea pig in a battle to settle once and for all the conflicting claims of the t w o alleged sunshine City Partiy cloudy and not so cold Tuesday night lows 1520 Partly cloudy little change in temperature Wednes day high 3235 THE KEYNOTE of the morning Iowa Partly cloudy and warmer Tuesday night lows from 15 session the NATO said was the complete and un qualified solidarity of the alliance in support of the three powers principally responsible for Ber The annua meeting of the 15 NATO foreign ministers opened 1 Britain and France screaming at each other about trade discrimination 2 the Unit ed States and France quarreling openly about military policy and 3 Greece Turkey and Britain disputing over Cyprus NATO Secretary General Paul Henri Spaak said it was very likely that the ministers would discuss various plans to separate troops facing each other along the Iron Curtain including the Ra packi plan for a central European zone free of nuclear weapons Should the Western notes indi cale willingness to discuss the eni tire area of cold war strategy without any prior conditions this might meet with Soviet sympathy LUCY DIES KRIENS Switzerland Rudolf Rocssler 62 the famous Lucy of a wartime spy service that gave the Allies amazingly accurate information about Ger jiian plans died Monday WASHINGTON UPI The Senates 34 Republican mem bers are choosing sides for the hottest leadership figbl Ibe Grand Old Party has seen since the 1952 National Convention Members of a rebellious lib tral faction claimed they needed only four votes to in sure success for their revolt and grab off the top leadership posts held by conservatives next month They said tbey would spend the next two weeks trying to line up more supporters and Courts Decision Upheld Ruling on Mayors Pay The Iowa Supreme Court Tues day ruled that the City Council of Mason City had the authority to increase Mayor George E Mentions salary last fall But it nvalidated city ordinances under vhich the mayor received lump sum monthly expense payments On both items the ruling upheld decision of District Court Judge C H Wild last May The salary ind expense payment case was Brought against the city mayor and other officials by A M Schanke a defeated City Coun cil candidate He contended that the salary increase from lo yearly was illegal since the ordi nance granting it was published after the city election in which the mayor was reelected It was passed the night before the elec tion THE DISTRICT COURT ruled that since it was passed before the mayors taking of office Jan 1 it was legal The Supreme Court in upholding that decision said that it was not its duty to pass judgment on the propriety of the councils action It merely ruled on the legality The high court ruled the in crease of expense money had the putting together t slate of can didates They were reluctant lo mention names at this point but Sens George O Aiken RV1 and Thomas H Kucbel R Calif figured in speculation They mapped their strategy at a rump caucus Monday at tended by 10 senators while present GOP leaders sat in on a legislative conference at White House Some of White House Sens Styles Bridges RNH and Everett M Dirksen the late Sen Robert A Taft R Ohio against President Eisen hower for the presidential nomination six years ago But the insurgent band which met in Aikens office included some of the staunchest sup porters of Ihe Presidents leg islative program Bridges chairman of the Sen ate Policy Committee said af terwards that be regarded Dirksen as the logical man to succeed to Ihe Senate GOP leadership vacated by Sen William F Knowland He said he personally would like to continue as policy chair man j Bridges said he slit favors working out a compromise on the dispute I certainly dont want to start a new session with a bat tle among ha addcd I hope there will bo some way of adjusting the dif ferences and giving representa tion to all elements of the par However the Aiken group served notice it would put up candidates for all five leadership posts when the Republican Sen ale conference convenes in Jan uary to select party officers for tjio new session Tho liberals began demand ing a greater voice in party af fairs in be Senate immediate ly after be November congres sional elections ruduced GOP membership to 34 This lias now developed into a fullblown bat tle for leadership control After Aiken bad announced the move Sen Clifford P Cast NJ called a news conference to explain it further quick ly found himself the target of a barrage of pointed questions Case insisted the situation was too fluid at this stage to endorse one candidate or har poon another But he finally conceded that be would prefer Aikon ovor Dirksen for leadership job Aiken said his group would pick its candidats at a meeting Dec 30 northeast to 25 southwest Part ly cloudy and mild Wednesday highs in the 30s north and in the IDs south Further SEN GEORGE AIKEN SEN THOMAS KUCHEL awaited before final are made More Mideast Moves by Reds By TOM MASTERSON UKI RUT Lebanon Communists right now appear lo 1c uaking their boldest move ever in the Middh Knsl It is clear that he move is wellplanned concerted and widespread The new Communist surge sliins from the chaos and confusion the Lebanon insurrection and the Iraq revolt It is aimed t gaining a secure the Communists never he ore have succeeded in doing The governments of most Middle IS a si capitals ru showing in anxiety In Irarj the Communists arc tearing the now republic apart at he seams For Ihe moment the Communist menace is more dan Warm Trend to Continue Temperatures went above the mark in southwest Iowa Monday for the first lime in nearly a week And the warming rend was spreading throughout he stale Tuesday mornings lows were all above for another change for Ihe better The lowest was 5 above aV DuVHume while Mason City had 8 The high Monday was 36 at Council Bluffs Mason City hat 20 time since Dec 5 that the mercury had ris en past the 14 degree mark The lows Wednesday morning were due to be in the teens in the there than Arab country in any other The violent reception given the assistant secretary of stale William M Kountrec was mnnistinspired led and ducted Reporters who h a v c Coin con Hiirojri nT Kitltlitiacl Trulu llriillirilii mni SI Vimrut Itcljnt Scirlrly Uarhut IliM mil M All ilil flirllil jSuiir IJiin visited i Climrli Mlislnn iry Tumi luik untl Dnugi Manl llmmjr Mick unil 1 Sally CynlliU Klin anil The City Council has approved The Weather Bureau said the an itemized statement of Mayorjoutlook is for little temperature ing Mentions remembered expenses change Wednesday and that Continued mild cloudy Thursday and partly Minnesota warmer 35 Partly cloudy and High Wednesday 20 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Tuesday Maximum Minimum At 8 Precipitation YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 20 8 15 trace of snow 47 26 PlymouthManly Hanlontown Vote Set for Jan 2 settlements northeast and j south west the 20s in the Ij in Tnininl Marlr vnul Jlrrbrrl jnil Mlkr K dull Cmmfll of Iraq in past few weeks came away wild this if the Communist upsurge is left unbridled in Iraq much longer Communisttakeover of tincoun try is inevitable in Syria the leader of all Arab Communists has gotten bold enough to call for the breakup of he United Arab Republic in its present form Khalud linguash has demanded instead n federa tion of Egypt and Syria each with its o w n government and Parliament free press and free The two countries arc now united into one under Presi dent Nasser Significantly Bngdash issued a manifesto in the face of incrcas SAME effect of giving the mayor more than the allowed 7 cents per mite car expense and also paid some personal expenses rather than merely taking care of official ex penses The court also said the expense allowances in reality amount to additional compensation for the mayor in violation of another sec tion of the Iowa code Judge Wild agreed with Schanke in ruling that official expenses should be paid on the basis of itemized claims There was dis agreement as to some items of expense such things as meals paid for by the mayor for visiting consultants on city affairs Both Schanke and the city had appealed the District Court de cision to he Supreme Court ANY ACTION on rhe decision locally will have to await the ari and study of the rulings wording here Both sides now have 30 days in which to ask a rehearing before the court Residents in areas affected by Both Mayor Mendon and City the proposed PlymouthManlyjAlty Ray E Clough said the city Hanlontovvn school district reor intends to conform with the fi ganization will vole Jan 2 oninal ruling Clough pointed out whether or not to approve thetnat thc reasoning in the case will determine what the city The proposed district includes now should do property in the following dis The principles arc more im tricls portant to the city than the bare In Worth County Plymouth he said Many Iowa ci Fertilc 1 Hanlontown Bristol 6 ties use lump sum expense pay Danville 2 3 5 6 and 7 Lincoln jmcnt systems for their officials Manly Union 1 and a small porj The details of the courts dcci tion of Brookficld Township may spell out whether lump Cerro Gordo County parts of I sum expense payments should Lincoln and Lime Creek Town1 be considered illegal in every ships and Plymouth jcasc and what the various altcr If voters approve the plan the natives to sucn payments may district will go into effect nextlbc For instance city rental or July 1 purchase of officials cars may jor may not he considered proper the decisions wording for the period with no payment to be made until 30 days after the Supreme Court ruling Further court action could1 extend that period The wording of Judge WiJds decision indicated that ilcmiza tion of expenses was the proper method of claiming city payment of them The council action prior to Tuesdays ruling was on ad icc that the statute of limita tions might run against the mayors debt on actual expenses before the court proceedings end ed The itemized claim by the mayor is for only of the he received Thursday will be continued mild SHOPPING BUY CHRISTMAS SEALS concern in Cairo over the growing strength of Communism in Iraq Even in traditionally antiCom munist Lebanon he Communists for the first time have felt strong enough to form their own parly Heretofore if was the Commu nist partyof Syria and Lebanon but this has been split in two separate parties This is a di rect aftermath of the crippling sixmonth Lebanese insurrection EDUCATOR DIES NORTHtIELD Minn W Dr Tillman Soggc 55 Lutheran lead er and educator died Monday of a heart attack Admits Slayings No Reason for Rampage SAN DIEGO Calif Iendergast stared at the lanky pimplyfaced youth who had just confessed slaying Pcndergasts wife and four children Why did you do it he screamed They were all I had in the Young Carl lidur slumped in his vim chair al lhc police station His mouth opened and shut several limes but no sound came out 111 Finally he blurted out 1 I didnt want to Tom THE MEETING between Pen deriiast aml the 10yearold runa way New York youth he had be friended came Monday night aft icr Idler had been captured in a beach community a few miles north of San Diego PlIK HAYS TOTAL lull TOTAL TO HATK AMOUNT IMVS Cheer Fund to Benefit Needy Tots Tro Police bad been looking for him ever since the bodies of Lois Pcndcrgast T7 and her four chil dren were found in their home The mother bud been shot the children slashed and slabbed with a kniie The Ufoot3 teenager whose description had been w i d e 1 y broadcast was recognized by a resident of Mission Beach and ar rested by an offduty policeman and a lifeguard After a brief show of defiance the boy started crying and admitted he was Edcr and that he had killed Mrs Pcn IT1I her UUV lhc children to t h c Christmas his captors Cheer Fund Sonja wtole the following llcrc is a dollar to help some child probably the C li r i who without s I m a s Cheer Fund who have an empty stocking on Christmas him as saying At the San Diego police station officers said they got a detailed confession from the youth Pender gast picked up as a hitchhiker six weeks ago and took into his homo because he felt sorry for him They said Edcr told them he became angry because one of the After 76 Years Town of Has FIRST GIRL BABY MANSBO Sweden and Mrs Gunnar Norlanders daughter is only 2 days shes already a celebrity And the people of her home town Mansbo are celebrating her birth Shes the first girl to be born there for U years No one seems to know why Mansbo is a boys only town Most of the men work in a chlorite of aluminum factory There been speculation that some substance at the plant might have upset the balance of their hormones Norlanders have three other of course AT JPRESENT it is not even known here what facets of the case were considered by the court in reaching its decision and which of them arc spelled out in the ruling Judging only by wire service reports from DCS Moines the mayor will be required to repay in expense payments he received over a fouryear period owever possible further court action for rehearing will be children Diane was making a wholc storv lot of noise Me stormed into the of the Christmas Cheer Fund ancl lhrcw thc girl On purpose is to those of us who eulling hcr hcad have enough a chance lo con tribute lo tliose who face a bleak Christmas because of sickness ipovcrty unemploymciil and many jollier causes lnmily Service which will i administer the fund has over the I years been the organization to which those people turn for help in lime of trouble The we hope lo raise will make available A Suggestion Mrs Pcnclcrgasl rushed up took the child into the bathroom to bandage hcr and told Eder to call a doctor I n s t c a d the youth got a pis tol from the ga rage and came back and shot thc mother He killed Diane and her brother Allen 2 by culling their throats with a hunting knife EDER This Is to suggest that indi viduals and organization plan ning Christmas baskets get in touch with Family Service whcn David 9 and Tom 6 administrator of t h e home from school he killed Christmas Cheer Fund for itncrn thc same way clearance of names This will j WAS waH ouside when protect againsr both duplication jpcndcrgast camc homc from his ana omission Persons as an ajrcraft WQrkcr amj of families needing help should hjm o drjvc hjm gan Diego before thc father had a jchnncc to return to the house land find out what had happened He left Pcndergast at a service also get in touch with Family Service Either call GA 35864 or drop in at 19 W State money needed to provide food clothing fuel nnd other articles Itbat will spell the difference he jlwccn despair and dlc1n to happv observance of the Christ110 s bccn rcal lo mc inias season said he had been sleeping in a ballroom closed for thc win BOTH individuals and since Friday He was spotted lions are listed above with theirIwhilc walking on thc boardwalk generous gifts They have done near thcballroom hbeir share toward filling what would otherwise be empty stockings in our community As Young Edcr showed little emo tion until he was confronted by Pcndcrgast at the police BRUSH FIRE CONTINUES A fire fighter leaps away from a spear of flame that swept toward him suddenly in Hot Springs Canyon near San Juan Capistra no Calif More than firemen are AP combatting the brush fire which already has chewed through acres des troying 17 homes and endangering sev eral Tesirlcnlial areas along a 90mile per imeter will be seen from the lhc griefstricken father still needed many more should at him Oh why join this circle of happy givers jMy Diane My little Al Bring or send your gift to thcilcn My little Tom My lit GlobeGazette office Send it to CHRISTMAS CHEER Mason City Iowa tie David Why flushed his jaw dropped and tears streamed from his eyes   

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