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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 8, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited or the ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE JT H I NIWSPAFIR THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL 9 Asioclatcd Prest UnlUd Prtss Full 7o a Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JANUARY I 1959 Ihls Paper Consist ol 1wo 7f De Gaulle in Oath of Office Deb re to Be Premier YEA RAHRAH BORIS bers of the Russia hockey team Hem on tour of the U S are greeted at Denvers air port by three Denver University cheer leaders Mary Foote Jan Schluchta center and Sheila Marlines Whats more the boys seem to enjoy it Playing U S allstar team the Russians have yet to be beaten in the saving over the country although tied once AP PARIS Charles De Gaulle Thursday became Ihe firsl President of the Fifth French Republic and appointed Michel Debre as Premier In laking Ihe oath of office De Gaulle declared that during his sevenyear lerm he would if need be impose what the public good demands Debre is an ardenl Nationalist longtime Gaullist and chief archilect of the new constitution establishing the Fifth Republic DEBRE who will be 47 in a week was justice minister in De Gaulles interim government Naming Debre was De Gaulles first major act after he assumed the presidency of the republic shortly after noon De Gaulle rode triumphantly down the Champs Elysees then returned lo his Elysee palace and summoned Debre Debre a lawyer and adminis trative specialist will share ex ecutive duties with De Gaulle The new constitution gives most effective power lo the president The constitution provides that the president name the premier There is no provision as previous ly for the National Assembly to confirm him in office ALL BUT ON IS A CHILD 16 Die in House Fire HOSWKLL Okla Fifteen children and an adult died Thursday in t roaring fire in i tourroom wooden home All the bodies except that of one child were piled on uul around a bed in a rear room which had no outside door Apparent ly someone pushed Ilic one child out a window hut the child was dead The victims were Sara Gardner 38 her 10 children three orphaned nieces and two visilins nephews from Oklahoma City All he victims were Negroes Hooker Gardner had been away hunting Almost in shock and his face halyard Gardner walked about aimlessly apparently unable to comprehend immediately the disaster which struck his family lie said that when he started home from his limiting trip be fore dawn 1 felt sorta Gardner told Tony Price reporter of the Paris News that he started on a hunt about oclock Wednesday nipjil and huntedall night Hunting wilh him was a nephew from Okla homa City who was visiting in he home Gardner is a day laborer in this southern Oklahoma town of about population lie listed the victimsas His wife their 10 children Jiianila 15 Easter 13 Isaac 11 Larry Louise 8 Gwcn 7 Omic 5 John Anthony 2 and Patricia Ann and Patricia Jan iwcckold twins and three nieces nnd two nephews The nieces children of Mrs Gardners sister May Ruth Had were liobbie Woolbrighl 11 Pom Sue Ward 10 and Lin da Kay Ward Mrs lladdix was killed in an automobile acci dent last spring 1 The two nephews visiting from Oklahoma City were Her shcl Kraxier and Ireddie Webb 12 The volunteer fire department could only use a pumper ruck because no hydrant was within usable distance Constable J H Richburg said the roof had collapsed before firemen arrived Gardner said when he left for his hunting Irip two stoves burning wood were in use Kichburg said he believed the dis aster was caused by tho stoves He said the family apparently panicked when the fire was discovered and ran into one room Filibuster Compromise Rapped CRIES OF Vive Gaulle came from thousands lining the broad Champs Elysees as he drove up the avenue in an open car after taking office The 68 yearold wartime Free French leader stood stiff and erect de spite a brisk wind and nippy 42 degree temperatures At the Arch of Triumph De Gaulle and retiring President Rene Coty ssymbolically rekindl ed the eternal flame that marks the tomb of the Unknown Soldier A 21gunsalute boomed across the Seine as diminutive Gen George Catroux reached up to hang the gold necklace of office around the neck of his towering Mikoyan Arrives Quietly at Detroit Ike Asks Courtesy DETROIT ifl Touring Sovie DeputyPremier Anaslas Mikoya arrived in Detroit Thursday a Willow Run airport without anj picket incidents His arrival coincided with a World War II comrade and com mander THE BRIEF ceremony in the presidential Elysee Palace marked the end of the largely figurehead role which French presidents had filled under the Fourth Republic The new con stitution De Gaulle rammed through last summer converted the office into one of real power along the lines of the U S presi dency De Gaulles elevation ended seven months and a week as pre mier during which he became the undisputed leader of his coun try as he had been at the end of World War II statement by President Eisenhow er in Washington urging courteous treatment for the Russian and de ploring demonstrations by pick ets Baltic national groups had pick ExMason Cityan Family Injured in House Blaze ets at the airport But officials General Motors and Chrysler two rushed the Soviet official out a rear door of the airplane hangar and drove from the airport by a roundabout route He made a brief address at the airport commenting thai Russias automobile industry was cievel oped wilh the aid of Detroit auto experts STATE POLICE troopers lined overpasses aloug the Willow Run expressway to protect Mikoyans caravan as it passed enroute to the Ford Motor Co research ccn er in Dearborn The Soviet deputy premier met vith some of the Midwests veaithiest industrialists at Cleve and Wednesday visit marked sporadically wilh taunting street lemonstralions by Hungarian rreedom Fighters and i mini Detroit Edison plants and had luncheon and dinner with1 Detroit automotive and industrial execu tives Frorii Detroit he proceeds to Chicago San Francisco and Los Angeles before returning to New York early next week From New York he goes to Washington where he will see President Eisenhower Concern for Dulles Health Expressed WASHINGTON islralion sources said Thursday lhat Secrelary of Slale John Fos ter Dulles intends lo maintain his vigorous working schedule despite expressions of concern about his health There had been a feeling in some quarters that the 70yearold cabinet member should ease up in tnis country bit in view of his age and will be met wilh the recent illnesses courtesy Americans traditionally Show visitors from a BUT RELIABLE sources said statement said The President rants from other Iron Curtain ountries The White House made it clear liat Eisenhower was disturbed y these demonstrations against lie Soviet deputy premier Israeli Attack Egyptian Jets TEL AVIV Israel Ui Israeli fighters drove off foijr Egyptian MIG17 jets after a brief air battle over the Negev Desert Thursday an Israeli army spokesman an nounced He said the Egyptian planes were intercepted by Frenchbuilt Myslere fighters 20 miles from i Deny Demo Charge of Space Lag WASHINGTON MVRepublican congressional leaders struck back ith cries of politics Thursday gainst Democratic contentions lat the Eisenhower administra tion is lagging behind in the space age In the opening round of what appeared likely to become a bris tling twoparty fight in the new Congress Sens Styles Bridges RNH ami Thomas Kuchcl R Calif assailed the call of Demo cratic Leader Lyndon B Johnson of Texas for his party to seize national leadership from the White House JOHNSON told fellow Senat Democrats here is a deficit o vigor in lhc Eisenhower admin istration They therefore have mandate to assume conslrucliv eadership beginning now no two years he arlded Bridges who heads the Senate Republican Policy Committee described this as the opening shoi in a political barrage lie said he expects the Democrats lo fire a President Eisenhowers fiscal am national security proposals I am happy the Presidentis making a dedjcatcd effort to bal ance the Bridges said 1 know he is deeply concerned lhat every necessary effort be made to maintain the nations se curity and he can be trusted to THE PRESIDENT hopes that Beersheba Israels desert capi It was the second air clash be do thai BUT THAT wont kesp the Democrats from making polilical altacks on his Eisenhower will outline his leg islative program personally in a Stale of the Union message Fri day and will send lo Congress Jan 39 what he said will be a City Continued fair and cold Thursday night low to 5 above Partly cloudy liltle change in Friday high JU22 Iowa Fair Thursday nitflil main ly colder southeast with lows from near zero northeast lo about li above southwest Part ly cloudy Friday w a r m e r soulh highs around 2U north lo lower 30s soulh Further out look Saturday Partly cloudy and warmer Minnesota Fair and cold Highs Friday 1525 wcalhcr data up to 8 Thursday Maximum M JVlkiinium 3 At 4 YEAR Maximum Minimum Disease Similar to Intesfinal Flu Checked in Iowa Jfi 8 FORT DODGE M Fcrlera ind stale hcallh authorities are trying to track down the ause of a disease resembling in estinal flu which has affecled housancls of persons in Fort that President Eisenhower had no DES 3UOINES Four perJplans to ask Dulles to slow down sons were injured Thursday when The President was said to feel fire louched off by a smoldering cigarelleswepl through a fashion able home here Authorities said the fire appar ently was starled when Ihe owner of the home Bennett A Webster 35 a native of Mason fell asleep in a chair while smok ing The couple had been out Wednesday night celebrating Mrs Websters birthday Websters wife Elizabeth 34 two of their children Bennett A Webster III 2 and Alizabeth Ann 5 and a maid Lorna Wyningcr 36 were hospitalized The young boy apparenlly suf fered only shock and was nol burned The other three suffered burns of varying degrees hospital officials said Two olhcr children Susan 9 and Catherine 8 escaped unhurt Damage was eslimaled at 000 Police said that when they ar rived at the scene they arrested Webster for intoxicalion He later pleaded innocent in Municipal Court that Dulles because of his tem perament would be miserable if forced lo adopt a reduced work load Furthermore the sources added Eisenhower had been as sured by physicians that there was nothing of a serious nature in Dulles rccenl ailments lo juslify putting him into enforced idle ness CONCERN over the secretarys health dales of course from his operalion in lale 1956 forinlesti nal cancer It is no medical se crcl lhat such ailments some times recur The concern which died down after Dulles recovered w a s heightened again in recent weeks by two new ailments In Decem ber Dulles was hospilalized by diverticulilis an intcslina in flammation Earlier Ihis week he was senl home wilh a virus at lack FAMILY HOMELESS DAVENPORT Dav enport family of seven was home I e s s Thursday Fire raced through the home of Mr and Mrs Vcrn Richards Wednesday evening The house was occu pied by the Richards their four children and Mrs Richards fa ther I Winchell Aged lowan Killed When Struck by Car KNOXVILLE Iowa UPI George W Gee 84 Knoxville was struck and killed by a car as he walked across a street here Wednesday night The driver was Merle Vickroy Knoxville Coroner M Jordan Evans said Gee was crossing the street at an angle between intersections and he Vickroy youth was not at fault wants Mr Mikoyan to see the real America so that when he returns home he will be able lo carry an accurate picture of our good man ners as well as our strength our confidence and our determina tion in the cause of freedom and Mikoyan is paying no attention at all lo demonslralions against iis visit He is firmly pursuing lis policy of emanating friend ship good humor and advocacy of seller polilical and Irade rcla ions belwecn Ihe Sovicl Union and the Uniled Slales and more conlacls in general In Detroit Mikoyan was in the hands of Waller L Cislcr prcsi cienl of Dctroil Edison He made 3 visit to the Ford River Rouge pianl and caughl a glimpse o tween planes of Israel andthe budgel balanced at about 77 bil Uniletl Arab Republic in little Jon dollars more than three weeks Four Is Johnson served advance notice racli fighters clashed wilh eighljthe Democrats arc preparing a MIGs Dec 20 and claimedrough reception for a budget of they shot down this size Dodge and other Iowa cities Dr Tom Chin of Kansas City ncmber of a federal learn of spc ialists said the virus is not new o hcallh authorities but is new in this area He said the symptoms of nausea vomiting and diarrhea bear more resemblance to gastro enteritis lhan the disease which laymen call intestinal flu Most of hose affected have hecn children Reports of cases have been received from Eagle Grove Hiimboldt Gilmorc City and othe Iowa cities Overhaul of Rules Demanded WASHINGTON The Sen ate moved toward a quick firsl showdown in Ihe filibuslcr fight Thursday wilh the inrnedialc is sue narrowed lo Ihe question whether to Hi row the Senate rules pen for revision Sen Lyndon H Johnson Texas lhc Democratic leader igrecd lo the move and pushed t along then announced plans lo ry lo kill1 the proposal for new by means ofa motion lo able The situation was set up by an igrccmcnl from Johnson to et he Senate lake up first lhc pro iosal lo adopt new rules spon sored by forces w h i c li want lighter curbs on long talk The plan was offered as asubstitute for a compromise proposal by Johnson himself The Democratic lender obtained unanimous con sent fo go into the proposal im mcdialcly and Ihcn announced his tabling plan AGAINST the background of the simmering fight over civil right and integration legislation John son had proposed some lightening of the rules for culling off debate But he hud not gone nearly as rtr as Lhc strong opponents of the ilibuslcr wanted And his plai voulcl have reaffirmed the prin iple that the old rules which nake debate hard lo cut off AI Phnlofox HALE AND HEARTY Lorna Hazel wood Los Angeles once called too tiny to live prepares to make short work of her birthday cake as she began her second year of plump heallhy She was born 100 days premature so fragile she couldnt be weighed at It flays she scaled just 1 pound 8 ounces arry over A motion table is not de alable and once made would cut ff further discussion However ohnson said he would consult ith both sides and see thai Ihcy ad an adcqualc opportunity for cbate before making his motion The sponsor of record for the isolution before the Scnalc is dcl Cistro New Cuban Government Recognized WASHINGTON United States formally extended diplo matic recognition to the new rev olutionary government of Cuba Vcdnesday The action came six days after former President1 Fulgencio Ba tista fled Cuba admitting defeat at the hands of rebels led by Fi cn Clinton P Anderson THE STATE Deparfment in an More Study Needed in Care for Aged DES MOINES recom mendation that Iowa put the Brakes on spending of lax money for homes and hospitals for aged persons until further study can be made will go before he 1959 Legislature A threeyear mora torium on such use of public funds was recommended Wednes day by the Iowa Study CommK tee for Care of the Aging The committee said there are too many questions of a medical so cial and economic nature which should be answered before plans are made lo build city county and stale hospitals and county homes I SEN EVERETT M Dirksen ofnmmcmK l c recognition ex Illinois the new lhc smccrc good will of leader objected fo anv s1ralcfivllhc government and the people of the United Slates toward tha which would force a night session Johnson told Dirkson he would not handle he affair so as lo in convenience anybody In response to a parliamentary inquiry Vice President Richard M Nixon held I hat under he rulesj Andersons motion would have to ic over one day before it could e acted on Johnson said however that he vas willing fo waive this rule in he inlcrcsf of obtaining a prompt No one objected when he jskcd for a unanimous consent j with the international obligations agreement lo ihis effect jam agreements of Cuba the gov Lcadcrs of the coalition of the United States is avor a rule that would Phased lo recognize the govern Icbalcs to be shut off by n majmcnt under the presidency of orify of the Senate Urrutia Lleo as the pro r 50 voles j visional government of the Re The present rule requires lheipublic of Cuba new government and the people of A nole to the new Cuban for e i g n minisler Robert Daniel Agramonle delivered in Havana Wednesday by Ambassador Earl E T Smith said I HAVE BEEN instructed by my government lo inform your excellency lhat having noted with satisfaction the assurances given by the new government of Cuba of its intention o comply olcs of OG senators or twothirds f the entire membership John ons compromise would reduce At the same time the govern ment of the United States expres ses the sincere good will of the resent and voting Cascade Girl 15 Victim of Crash MONTICELLO lift Theresa lane Schlcmme 15 died at a hospital here Wednesday of in juries she received in an auto ac cident on a counly road five miles southeast of Cascade She jwas rifling in a car driven by her brother Dwayne 17 The brother f land sister were returning to their American League of the year jhomc ncar a bag chats with a rebel soldier in Hie dugout samc a Cascade Tues his o twothirds of he senators government and people of the Unitcd Slales toward the new government and Ihe people of AP Pholofax THE GAME GOES ON Its one two three shots youre out at the old ball son player who has just been named game seems to be the appropriate words to the baseball diddy at Havana Cuba where the games go on despite the rcvo Pearson is playing with Havana in the ifiay lution Here Albie Pearson former Ma Cuban winter league trol of the car SAME Black flij means irifdo dettk to 31 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