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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 17, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                1 North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 1OWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL 97 Press and Lnilcrt Press International Full Lease 7c A Cory MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 17 1958 Mill 1iipcr of Tour 99 Mao Still Kingpin Red Chinese Aver CIlKKlt FUND KKPOKTISW Kirit Natiiinal Bank personnel ApoMn Nellie G Gnoilell Meservey Grucsco tnlvcrellcb IH Club Rockwell A Kim Marie Kitner 15 tilil rattle antl Kirlik Neil Ielersnn Morrie Muhlcr Nn liltt Palrlik Virginia SUB Clark DaiiRtUers of Lnion Vtltrans J oil 11 Smith Nnra Springs AUifruian Club Northwmxl contributor GlobeGazette buiiiirs office Evening 1astime tlub Club Hearthstone Club Interstate Power employes Tommyi Mary and Danny Ponder Reason for Shift Teh May Be Successor TOKYO W Mao Titolung isj stepping down as President of Red China Pciping confirmed Wednesday but it insisted he is boss iJJJIi After keeping it secret a week iPeiping radio let Chinas 600 mil in on the news The shift reported last weekend on and Warsaw diplomats confirmation Tuesday Despite Pcipings there was a feeling in Hong Nationalist and Nationalist Formosa that Mao is being downgraded nWhe Communist apparatus and will1 BiG Litri 32 Vote Against Hays Foe Mrs Knutson Loses Bid WASHINGTON A special House committee reportedly de cided Wednesday to ecommend that the House refuse to seat Dr Date Alford segregationist who beat Hep Brooks Hays At the same time it became apparent that Hep Coy a Knutson lost her battle for a fullscale investigation of her de feat in the November lection An informant said the vote on the Alford matter was 32 A HOUSE committee invcsli campaign expenditures he stripped of priwcr su THIS OPINION is based largeiy on reports of popular rescnt co an Italian tailor is in Wash TIIE DAVS TOTAL s ment in China over the commune which deprives the Chi nese of their individuality and puts them to live in communities where their every action is sub ject to strict orders from above Peipings broadcast gave no clue on Maos successor but spec ulation has centered around Mar shal Chu Teh now chair man of the government Ctiu at 72 is seven years older than Mao They have long been comrades iin arms Fearful of undermining the Red i TOTAL TO DATE AMOUNT STILL NEEDED GIVING DAVS LEFT Many Need Help From Cheer Fund jhas been considering charges inglon with a handmade vicuna ilhal thcre wcrc irregularities in overcoat he wants to give to lhc Action Alford defeated President Eisenhower Bui LiHays m a writein campaign that pivoted around the school integra trico who is Russian Premier Khrushchevs personal tailor says he cant get an appoint ment to sec Ike who apparent ly is shying away from the coat especially since the Goldfine Adams case still is in mind LETTERS TO F YOU want to lis ten to stories regime or even planting j ASSOCIATKO IUKSS the seeds for a possible Among letters to Santa rc ofithe Communist party Central ceived by the Cincinnati Ohio tion issue In the special House commit tee the informant indicated two Southerners voted against a rec ommendation that Alford not be seated This mem 3cr of Southerners were Chairman Clifford Davis DTenn and Robert E Jones The three olher committee members are Reps Thomas P ONeill Kenneth Keat ing itNY and David Dennison The informant said that what probably will happen is hat on COO WISH US PASADENA Don Suchy with wishes KCHX to I own football couch Forest KvashcvsUi and fullbackcaptain John Noceni as the Hawkeyes loft Cedar Rapids air AP poll for Iasadona am Llio Jan i lose Bowl classic Suchy was nmler anil ol Iowas first Rose Bowl loam in Colombia Store Fire Claims Lives of 82 BOGOTA Colombia Ui Firelfor a rear stairway that led only bred panic in a Bogota depart rncnt store crowded with Christ mas shoppers Tuesday night and sent scores of panicstricken men women and children to death Officials said 82 persons killed and 50 injured Most of sadness grief andComnilUce emphasized that Maoj posl Offjcc js one from a boy jthc opening day of Congress Jan want in M a so njwas down agc unknown who promises to j when all members usually lake them made a fatal wild scramble City sit downi Maos fouryear term as head be good stay out of fights and ltllc oath in a group a member sometime government expires in Januj slop pushing and His investigating committee to a Some died with toys in I heir arms Others kneeled as if in prayer The panic spread very quick sand er were mostly women shoppers It was estimated 10 children died in the fire which raged for two hours before being brought under control NATO in Missile Warning Norstad Wants More Bases PA HIS W NATOs supreme commander in Europe U S Gen Latins Norstad pleaded with ths Atlantic Pact countries Wcclncs iday to move quickly into missile rearmament In a slrnnji presentation to the foreign ministers of the 15nalion alliance Norstad oudincd present slnnulh anil future nerds in the face of Soviet military swaggcr inn primarih over Berlin Informed sources said Norstad told tlie secret gathering his mill iiry command needs intermedi American guided mis siles as soon as they can be nlaced on the European hascs from which they could reach the Soviet Union ONLY BRITAIN has thus far accepted these missiles The Ital ians are close to signing a similar agreement Krench delay on ac ceptance is the hig stumbling block to getting what Norslacl considers an adequate force of nissilns in Europe Norslads speech was described s sober and serious A NATO pokcsman asked if the com minder expressed satisfaction vilh Allied military progress re ilied II would be wrong to conclude hat there was any optimism or Kssimism Realism would be a cttcr Hefon Norstad spoke many f the delegates displayed little or no sense of urgency toward the strengthening of land forces or equipping them with missiles For one thing Secretary of State John Foster Dulles had told them Tuesday with Vhe statement that our military advisers are luloly confident that Hie Soviet Union will not risk war over Ber SOVIET WARNINGS of nucltar war if he West insists on con tinued access to West Berlin were the desk from Doris Bruce executive secretary of Fami ly Service Inc You will learn ary But he will remain in thc request A punching bg powerful post as chairman of the iwil1 Alford stand aside that in the midst of apparent prosperity and the hustle and01hmenf bustle of Christmas there arcj Communist party The Peoples Congress meets in Pciping next month to elect the chief of gov MRS KNUTSON me only A Tenafly fourthgrader Democrat in Congress to lose to named Sue Ann came up with ja Republican Odin Langen in families unable to face the future FOREIGN diplomafes drew an offbeat request for Santa Claus Shcwants two dead cats Sue Ann wants to be a veteri retirement and British foreign offi1 without help At Christmas time the need is brought more into focus In most of these families are children who m have hopes that Christmas Powerful as Some bring then something special s Communist Poland varying impressions from Maos narian Her letter full of fine sentiments and spelling said she needs he cats so that I can take care of sic ani The only signature on the letter was Sue In the annual flood of letters addressed to Santa Clans Chi cago post office workers found one carefully printed by a last months election complained that a malicious conspiracy caused her defeat for reelection iShe told the committee she is Cold Wind Hits Iowa Mercury Back on Rise A girl was found termed by Dulles empty threats Alberto the alive beneath a of bodies which ought not frighten Her condjtion Norslad also appealed for I speedy fulfillment of NATO plans jfor 30 fullstrength combat THE STORE is locotedein divisions in Europe plus manager EXPLOSION of holiday lights had fired the clothing of salas on the stairway was critical girls and sent a curtain of flame across the center of the iong nar row store named Vida on Septi ma Carrcra avenue near the Capi tol i I IH J Maxucra said customers slarted tjlc cr0wds difficulty in getting bolting when they saw the sales A narrow band of cold northergirls clothing afire ly wind knifed into Iowa latcf Thosc in front of lhe slorc had central part of Bogota and 100 battalions armed with short crowds of Christmas shoppcrsjiangCj tactical missiles by 1963 both inside and out added to Ihcljjo far the NATO force lacks half chaos of the divisions due chiefly to The panic was heightened by j the lag in West German arma ment and the diversion of most French strength from Europe to convinced that a public Coyain me sir come home appeal bv her bus1 utff brlf1 hc Uc hcr eis acccss ln tie strpcl S ffCl I sorf ifeltthat Soviet Premier Nikita FOR EXAMPLE a 9yearolcT Khrushchev had a hand in boy has talkedfor months at least welcomed an erector set he wants But his it father has suffered a broken Mao stands as a potential rival shoulder and has been out of work to Khrushchev as thc high apostle childs hand and unsigned for some time Doctor bills have of work communism piled up The Chinese Communist The hoy is certain to get an communique sough to set at rest erector set thanks to generous reports that grumbling wa a fnc givers to the Christmas Cheer tor in Maos decision Fund He and other children will The communique declared thc get other useful things that willCommunist program to speed upj make for a happier Christmas production will be carried nn j and a more comfortable winter ruinece i J Bui if ail are to be provided ThE CHNESE leaders used for the Cheer Fund must reach cautori In lhcir communique to rnrVFC mpn Tint rM its goal Because the Cheer creatmS cven thc slShtcsl DES UPDRohertn band Andy played a big ils cffCCl5 KU in her defeat She said Langen I used her husbands comehome Mason City had a letter against her repeatedly durabovc at midafternoon Tuesday ing thc campaign iuul bv Wednesday the mer Langen has denied involvementicurv hnd Ambled to 1 above in any conspiracy j Winds wcrc clocked at nearly 50 Tuesday it was revealed lliatimilcs an hour thc carlv the letter allegedly written out of the store which was quite long but only 23 feel wide The fire broke out in the middle of the store Thosc in front es About half of the dead were cmleaped to the street Thosc in ployes of the store The remaind Talk With Bridges ibe back of the store were cut off fight Algerian rebels Informants said the Russians could throw one million men into a central European attack The Soviet military power was esti mated at 170 line divisions of men planes and by 1 sheet of flames Fire extinguishers along walls wcrc ignored j Norstads appeals were backed Alberto manager ofby the olher lop NATO command ic store said that when the crs at the conference The naval WASHINGTON W Presidentchrislmas lights exploded have been urging more anti uuiiu j iidim ami uiiMuiicu IKHI i Dear Santa Please scnd was composed The weatherman lempcra some prcMnts to mv brother lby lhc Dcmocratic chairman inlures would be back on the rise I Give mine tohim too He was Mrs county at during the next five days fKMO U edncsday in an e Eiscnhower held a surprise ronjfire went up to the ceiling in a burned up at school He is with Jesus in it sairl Des Mofhes Girl 16 Loses Life in Crash lle rMlllcq of her husband B58 CRASHES DALLAS Tex A ffort toi battle over submarine forces planes des troyers and escort vessels They feel their forces now are adequate THE STORE was full of peortnly for most dcrcnsei has never failed to reach its goali Miss Bruce is counting on it this year as she and her assistant Ruth Dougall prepare for the Christmas distribution of food clothing shoes and other goods THAT THE people of Mason City and surrounding communi ties understand this need is evi dent from Ihe manner n which thc contributions have come As Ihe above list shows a number of groups made contributions headed hy the 561 from thc First National Bank personnel and thc from GlobeGazette business of fice employes jTharp 16 DCS Moines was killed iand two others injured west of here Wednesday in a crash on fowa 90 just cast of thc Polk iDallas county line Bernard J iBurch 17 DPS Moines was be ing held in a hospital hero for jobservation but Sharon Osborn JS DCS Moines was released after an examination with readings above normal avoid a disruptive battle over he said I called the people wjtll no cxtrns JM cnsp of war I Council Bluffs hnd Hie states lhc Republican leadership he quiet uid calm and asked highest reading Tuesday with 53 Bridges elriirman of the Hie fire extinguishers and also had thc highest Committee called thc firemen B58 with 26 newsmen afterward that both he panic spread penmental intercontinental bomb and luscnhower hope it will be which was the prini i possible to start the new year asci causc of Thcrc er crashed during a flight near here Tuesday night killing one WHATS IN A NAME a united party A split in Repiihj so many people in thc store TEH MAO MRS WRIGLEY DIES PASADENA Calif William Wricley forced widow of MacNider 80 Acres Sold Housing Area Contemplated crashing into the wall and jamj jing the i Burter Voted increase in Salary jMason Ciry Partly cloudy and warmer Wednesday night and Thursday Ixnvs Wednesday nijiht 1620 High Thursday 32 36 i i Mr about sum mil AMES Iowa Highway Commission volcd Wednesday to i raise the salary of Chief Engi necr John Hutlrr from its present lowa Mostly fair warmer except extreme west Wednesday night and Thursday Low Wednes day night 1632 Highs Thurs day 3242 Further tie change Friday Thc socalled MacNidcr 80 at 626 Mason City Brick Tile ented to the and Planning to a year it Vlso F south of 4th imi cast Building are to develop the area and then hi the City voted raise the pay of Deputy of anv lionairc died today after 11 years of KonUirkv SE nas sold into about 300 residential buildCouncil for approval There will rhjcf Engineer L M Clnuson The 65yearold leader of the in a comaShe succumbed in the pncn was nnl rc The development will be be approximately SO lots in lhe to The in It is evident however that the Chinese Communist revolution mnnsion whic1 shc ncv tempo of giving must undergo ahas been pictured as the ailknow or moved after she suffered a sharp increase in the six remainjing guide and counselor who paralyzmg strokc Dcc 23 in47 ing days before Christmas if no mistakes Much of the known the Bel Air Addition first trnct As many curved creases arc subject to approval Bel Ar Investment a new to Mason City streets as advisable are being of the Slate Executive Council purchased it from Bounded on the west by Kenplanned Inc Bel Air tucky and on the east by goal is to be reached Iightly regimented structure o Bring or send your gift to theRed China has been built around GlobeGazette office Send it CHRISTMAS CHEER Care GlobeGazette Mason City Iowa RED FACE DEPT picture Any clouding of thc picture could cause cracks in thc Com mtinist control system This would be especially true if there were any hint thc change involved con troversy over the new Commu nist system which is smashing ATLANTA MTH Policemen rcvorctl family traditions to force C B Woostcr and K F Sikcs people into work had to abandon their pursuit of Yugoslav Communists said pri speeding hot rodders Tuesday vatcly that Mao had lost influ night when they ran out of gas ence and power Storm and sanitary sewer lines president is G L Isensec Fargo lonisiana the area extends will he run south from 4th S f E Plaits MasonCity is south of 1th Thcrc is a htifthrough the center of the area jvice president and Hughes J fcr strip between the southern soon as work can be started It Bryant Mason City attorney sec boundary and the rightofway of is hoped hy the developers that retary Other board members arc Road construction of homes can be iPxObcrt H Iscnscc and Ray Sc Plans of the group nre to in lhc first ncxl both of Mason City vclop the area in four separate slirriniir Thc sale which is one of the tracts Thc first tract to be dc Th Ho1 Air Investment Co largest real estate transfers in veloped will be between 7lh S I10t intend to enter Ihe field Mason City in many years eon E and 10th S extending east construction in the new area sists of approximately 80 acres from Kentucky to Louisiana ljtlL onl to develop the land ol farm land to be developed into S E Negotiations for Ihe sale between preferred residential areas Imhanhead Farms and thr AS SOON AS plans are develBel Air Investment Co far Black in PLANS OF the newly formed oped hy Wallace AHolland civil ried on by William L Cameron Ji which has its office engineers the plat will be prereal estate broker SHOPPING DAYS LEFT BUY CHRISTMAS SEALS SAME Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average 5 to 1 degrees above normal Thursday through next Monday Normal highs mid 20s north to lower 30s south Nor mal lows near 10 north to about 16 south Colder trends about Friday and Sunday Pre cipitation will average 10to 15 of an inch occurring as light in termittent snow mostly in the northeast Minnesota Partly cloudy not so cold High Thursday 25 to 40 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Wednesday Maximum 39 Minimum 4 At 8 4 AGO Maximum 36 Minimum 30   

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