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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 18, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspapei Edited lor Ihe Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NtWSPAPER THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL 97 Associated tnd United Press International Full Lease Wires Estimate of Crops Revised Corn Didnt Set Record DES MOUSES upiThe Agricul lure Department Wednesday re vised sharply downward estimated corn production for the year and no record is indicated Only a month ago the govern merit raised its estimate of this years crop to bush els a figure above the record 1948 crop of bushels In its final report of the yea Wednesday the department esti mated Iowa corn production a bushels eight million bushels less than a month ago THE IOWA Crop and Livestock Reporting Service which mad the estimates said the revision was based on a lower number o acres harvested and a decreasec yield per acre The yield was set at bush els per acres har vested Although the bushels is a record yield for Iowa it is below the estimated 66 bushels month Also in November DAMAGE the acres for harvest were set at The 1958 Iowa corn crop is the third highest of record and com pares with bushels last year and bushels for the 194756 10year average The reporting service said this was agood crop year with nearly ail corn mature before the firsti killing frost and with a dry tall which was ideal for curing the corn Virtually all the corn had been picked by midNovember 7c Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY DECEMBER 18 1958 Thin Papor o Four M FRENCH TOO BUSY NATO Relies on Germany IAltIS Wl West Germany is becoming the third most im porUtnl military power in the Atlantic Alliance taking Ihe plan left vacant by Frances troubles in Algeria and her disputes with tier allies This picture emerged from the annual assessment of NATO strength The meeting of minisieis from Ihe 15 treaty nations headed lo its conclusion will big gains for Chancellor Konrad Adenauer ol West Germany and losses for French 1rcmier Charles rle Gaulle Not thai there was any dispute between representatives of the two leaders Since Gaulle became premier June 1 cireum 5 1 j i I have made them friends seeking Hie same least over the short range Hut lhc Germans were NATOs fairhaired boys The French had lo defend their military sliwlconungs and failerl lo win Cleanup operations are under way following a trucktrain crash near Dunkerlon Twentyseven cars of a Great Western freight were de railed and the truck driver Lee Hoy Davis 25 Vinton was killed Loss to the truck and freight cars together with I heir contents was estimated at A ber of animals carried on the train had to he destroyed THE FINAL outlook on other Iowa crops include Deputy Russ Premier Will Visit U S WASHINGTON MVThe United States promptly agreed Thursday to a Soviet request for Deputy Soybeans An estimated 78 Anastas L Mikoyan W3u of Nikita Khrush acres both record to visit Washington early This compares with month bushels and acres a year ago This yea rs estimated yield of bushels an acre is less than therecord high of 27 bushels obtained in 1957 A State Department spokesman added that if Mikoyan was inter ested in seeing Secretary of State Dulles He certainly assumed Dul jles would readily receive him Oats The 47 bushels an acre Press officcr Lincoln While said yield equals the record cslabhe could not k for presidenl hshcd m 1957 and the estimated Eisenhowcr But in general he production of bushels declared he assumed uhatanv i i i Ann tlooUlllVfU Ltld L dllV was harvested from hc Mikoyan to seyc acres A year a be lo scc Mm PJes For This Sleepy Voung Thespian CHRISTMAS CAME EARLY x LONDON ffi The school play required 7yearold Teddy Kel legher to go to bed on the stage and pretend o be fast asleep A host of little angels tiptoed in to the strains of a cradle song and quietly placed presents beside the bed Teddy was to wake up and rub his eyes in amazement at the gifts The music stopped but Teddy never stirred He really was asleep Finally a teacher hurried across stage to give the young star a determined shake Teddy sat up He rubbed his And then did what every little boy does on Christmas morning Ignoring the script he jubilantly started opening trie parcels The audience roared Teddys stage aunt hurried on to say the final lines just in time to stop him from eating some of the Daddy took the smiling sleepy little boy home to bed HaysAlford Disoute May Rock House Victory Dinner for Democrats Plan Strategy DlvS MO INKS UPh Democratic leftisblors their ranks swollen by November military goals presented by Ilaim Study lull Kurrn Klrinnifl Allcr and 1al town InllLrnirni Avtnrla imi Unit No IK iiililrr IV A frlrucl Amy anil Jolly Unrkrrn tluli Klrinmn Jnrry anil Nancy rurrlr Dlnublril American AiulUrj Mr jlid ALL 15 countries agreed the lop place in iwhich Gaulle Allied councils seeks tier The main order of business for the leyislalors was to Dick their leaders for the coming session of he Iowa Legislature House Devwcrnts were expect ed to select their leaders at an eauciis However Dem Stnle fhriirinin Drum Id A Norberg sairl the Senate Can its prnwalily would b nnslponed Norberj sairl it appeared likely ml U elect Kdwartl Me Manns Kenkuk would be unable o attend the sessions because his ife is ill Therefore lie snid Ihe Senate Ijoniocijilir caucus wnntd tion victories met here Allied commander lay lo plan ien Lauris Norslad Mill iml allend a parly victory spokesman adrlerl Hint program of td combat ready divisions at full strength anrl of speeding up development of nuclear weapons was accepted only as an objective This was nn admission hat some nations notably France arc dragging I heir feet For several years NATO mili tary planners have been dis turbed by Frames inability to end Ihe Algerian rebellion nnrl bring back lo the several hundred thousand troops sent to ijuell the nationalist uprising DURING THOSE years the llriin Orcutl Clrar iiny inon V Von It Cluh Thurnloii xml ArJfiinnr MJIIIII Cily Mulltpld Kl LJijiulaljijue Club Dr tun Mara May teiu of Oirlnl nr Hay SalnU rum it ilotlor filenil JUKI A rrjcnil llnlllllljr of Ml 1011 Vmir KiMnf TOWD firnrer Slrvlc Nulfcy in HI IIUIO 1 00 Till IJAVS TOIAI J held Ihe dav before the West Cermans have been build convenes next month WASHINGTON w The Hays Alford election dispute moved Thursday toward a possibly bitter fight Ihat could rock lhc House Panama Fxtends Its PANAMA Erncs A special House committee to de la Guardia has signed into voted t2 Wednesday to a bill extending Panamas mend ihiil Dr Dale Alford Littleterritorial waters 12 miles out lo Hock segregationist be denied asea The limit had been three bushels came from acres for an average yield bushels Sorghum for grain A record jWednesday night had proposed a visit to Wash that Mikoyan yield per acreof 55 bushels parngion to see tially offset a sharp decrease the acres This put the Mikn3il A duction at bushels and the request City Cloudy Americans Earning More but Buying Power on Decline ng a new military force Defense Minister Kranr lose Strauss said by he end of March West Ger many will have a force in Ihe NATO defense line A further indication of West Germanys emergence as the Wests major continental mili tary power was contained in the JU I I I I I I I I fc seat pending an investigation intomiles The United States under lhal for mc charges of irregularities andlils treaty with Pamima has jurmans will produce missiles They fraud in his election The two no isdiction over Canal Zone waters votes cnmc from Southerners ionly out to the llireemile limit Alford who lestifierl he believed In the past the United Slates has he was elected honestly promised refused to any claims to push his case at once jlo waters more than three miles with nuclear warheads in will work with ranee and Italy on antiaircraft missiles which probably will be equipped evcnlu large ones year bushels produced last HAY A record was produced this year This three per cent more than recor high of tons harvested a year ago The 1958 crop was har vested from acres and iwas forwarded jh e r e VVedncs for the yield was tons per acre second highest of record Friday with occasional snow high 2530 WASHINGTON ALFORD November cans had more cash in thciric ll Vlrtually lasl Thursdaypockets this ycar than ever be a wiitcm cancli date he beat Rep Brooks Hays an avowed moderale on segregation by about The committees night low 1620 Cloudy in history But it didnt buy much as what they had last year from shore iformants said Chairman Clifford Davis DTenn bassy in Mos cow MIKOYAN A visit by Mikoyan would open up the possibility of high level to 8 am Thursday Iowa Cloudy Thursday The Commerce Department warmer extreme east Ihat fl0bert Jones agreed northwest lows 12 year rose anlhe should be invcsti to 28 southeast Cloudy andcsllmatcd Per ccnt mghergatcd But they said Alford should colder Friday with light snowthan lasl car due tobc pending Ihe outcome of north and central highs fcdcral bcncfit Pavmcntsithe imiuiry said wouldl north In 35 south Saturday 0ulHowever lhc department in linc with pist look Partly cloudy and cool thc failed to offset a Thc Southerners were outvoted per cent increase in the cost of by Representative Thomas Minnesota Windy snow ONeill Kenneth Kcnli High Friday 1025 I The report underlined that thejing RNY and David Dcnnison1 has continued to shrink inlfT GlobeGazctte weather data upvaluca sitliaiion that has caused Maximum Minimum At 8 Minimum SovietAmerican policy talks Thursday White announcer the The government said midsumjrequesl agreement and in mcr rains twcred all crops dicalcd the possibility oftalks on It also reported that despitejtrade Mikoyans primary some setbacks in other policy issues Fur Maximum and extreme northern in reply to where moisture was light totaljWhitc said that if Mikoyan wants crop production for the state wasito visit some parts of the United tons which other than Washington I the previous high eslahlished lastdont think there would be any ob year jcction to his For the as a whole how Whtc lhc triP was pro ever crop production reached at the tmtialion time high11 per cent Iargerif tlr who visited thc than thc previous mark Slates oncc bcfore with yields largely were delegation in 1936 as thc harvested acreage was third lowest in more than 20 years 31 15 17 THE FORMAL challenge to Al nol from Senate Democratic leaders to call for a full invcstigalion of meanslfords election came to curb inflation jllnys but from John P The report also bolstered Hock publisher of a weekly view of government economistsincwspaper who believe Ihe nations cconomv Wells told thc committee here Nora Springs to Get for Disposal System NORA Springs has been approved by thc Public Health Service for a fcdi eral grant of up to for its1 new sewage disposal system i Dr D W Butts mayor of Nora Springs said thc telegram wasi received from Kansas City ap proving the application The Iowa Department of Public Health previously had rccom mended the project and included it in its schedule of appropria tions from the federal alloca tion of funds to Iowa Wallace and Holland Mason City civil engineers now are pre paring plans and specifications tnd work is expected o begin in the early spring Dr Butts said Number Please IRVINGTON man was moaning info his were numerous irregularilies in the vole He said stickers used by the Alforrl writein voters were illegal and thai Iherc were more votes than listed voters in some instances anri that Gov Orvwl K Kaubus of Arkansas and others conspired to unseat Hays SAME I has gained prereccssion propor tions and is poised on the thresh old of expansion to new highs Murder Indictment Against Iowa Man FORT DODGE A murder indictment was returned by the ROBBERY Webster County grand jury Thursl PALM SPRINGS Calif UPI day against Walter Naylor 20 in G e o r g e Liberace violinist thc Nov 22 shotgun slaying of hisibrothcr of pianist Liberace cnm icommon law wife Patty Maeiplaincd lo police Wednesday that No degree of murder worth of clothing had been I specified in the indictment islolcn from him i A Photofnx RECEIVES RED BIRETTA Jolin XXIII places a red bireda on thc hear of John Francis Cardinal OHara of Philadelphia in a Vatican ceremony Cardi nal DIfara was one of 20 including two from tho U to receive the bireUa the emblem of his princely rank in the Romn fhuroh stairs Thursday and burst into his apartment The man was lying down with the receiver on his He had made a call while lying in bed he said and fell asleep wait ing for an answer SHOPPING DAYS LOT Y CHRISTMAS SEALS HOUSE PROBERS REJECT CONSPIRACY COMPLAINT Afo Bitterness or Coya Knutson Sighs WASHINGTON Us Coya Knutson kicked off her high heeled pumps put on some old comfortable flats and avowed she had no bitterness or sor row in defcal A House committee had de cided against investigating fur ther her complaint that she lost her bid for reelection to Con gress from Minnesota because of a malicious conspiracy The 45 ycar old Democrat contended political foes were behind her husbands widely publicized Coya come home appeal Of course you feel hurl you i she told a reporler who came lo her office Wednesday after the fiveman special House committee decided unan imously no further action is warranted in thc case But Ive had a lol of rough things in my cant sit down and feel sorry for your she said Sometimes thc more you get kicked around the more you can Mrs Knutson said she knew he demands of public office when she was elected to Con gress in 1954 She was reelected in 1D56 but was defeated last monlh by Republican Odin Langen COYA KNUTSON I know what a woman is up against in a job like she said I went into it with my eyes Mrs Knulson said she may lake her case lo the voters two years from now in the election She also said she might ask thc new Congress in January to investigate Her chances with such a formal contest seemed slim In its report thc special com mittee set up to consider elec tion complaints and check on campaign spending agreed that exploitation of the family life of the Knutsons was a contribu ing cnuse of her failure of elec But the committee said it found no direct evidence involv ing Langcn in any conspiracy lo capitalize on the Kmitsons marital woes Langen has said Cheer Fund Passes Half Way Mark E MASON CITY Junior Collage con Irihulion of gave the Christmas Cheer Fund a de cirlccl lift Thursday This and many other contributions Including several brought the days total lo and the total to late to over the half way mark The lays gifts included several from outside the city Among them was a contribution from Mr and Mrs Leonard Olson of Britt in memory of their liltlc daugh ter Idcllys Anns birthday Dec 20 ft helps In know other little children can receive a measure of happiness and cheer in the Christmas they wrote Mr and Mrs Glenn Orcult Clear Lake wrote that they were making a conlribulion lo the Cheer Fund anrl lo two childrens homes in place ftf sending Christ mas cards This and a Christ mas wish printed in the Globe Gazelte they stated will be their way of greeting everyone this Christmas Bring or send your gift lo the GlobeGazette office Send it to CHRISTMAS CHEER Care GlobeGaxeHt Mason City Iowa Inaugural Ball to Be at Auditorium DES MOINES WVThe inaugur al bad Jan 15 for Gov Herschel Loveless will be held at the Vet erans Memorial Auditorium in Des Moincs instead of in the Stalchouse Maj Gen Fred Tan day adjutant general of Iowa said Thursday The inaugural it self in which the oath of office is administered to the Governor and Lieutenant Governor will be held in the House chamber Tandy said Tandy said the ball has been moved from the Statchouse in or ider to accommodate more easily the large crowd which customar ily altends the function Thieves Get at Cedar Rapids CEDAR RAPIDS rob jbcrs who worked with a profes he did not mention hose Knutjsional touch got from three son troubles in his campaign jsafes at the Newmans Depart But husband Andy Knutson imcnt Store in downtown Cedar told the committee two days jRapids early Thursday The ago that political opponents of thieves left behind in silver his wife duped him irito issuing Ihc Coya come home plea In the interview Mrs Knut son declined to say whether she and her husband living to gether now Thats a personal she said and checks The robbers appar ently climbed a fire escape lo he roof of the fivestory building where they pried open a small enclosure above the elevator shaft and descended to tht 5th floor   

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