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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 5, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 97 Edited for The Newspaper That Makts All North I o w a n s Neighbors Associated United Internttionnl Full Wirei MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY FEBRUARY 5 Wt HOME EDITION Doflar Thursday Frkkry Saturday 7o Copy Connlsli of Two in Charge Reds in Incident Claim Jets Hit Transport WASHINGTON MvThe United States Thursday publicly con fronted Russia with evidence that two Soviet jets shot down an unarmed transport plane last September in a war like attack possibly 17 American killed The evidence was a graplii tape recording of radio convei sationsbetween the two Sovic fighter pilots A transcript of this recording was attached to an eightpage summary issued by the Stale Department of its efforts to pry information about the inciden out of the Soviet Union THE C130 transport dis appeared Sept 2 on a flight along the TurkeyArmenia bor der Teh days later the Soviets reported it had crashed in Ar menia The bodies of six of the 17 Americans who were in the plane were returned to offi cials Under persistent inquir ies Sovietofficials insisted they were not responsible for the crash and that they knew noth ing about the 11 other Ameri cans The record of the Soviet air mens radio contact was filled with technical chitchat about altitudes and positions But the key portions dwelt on an at tack They went like this 582 I see the target to the right I see the target alarge one I AM 201 I set targtt attack I am 201 I am attacking the target Attack attack 218 attack The target is a transport fourengined Roger 201 I am attacking the target The target is burning Theres a hit The target is turning 582 The target is banking Open fire 218 are you attacking Yes yes THE TARGET is burning The tail assembly is falling off the target Look Oh Look at him he will not get away he is already falling Yes he is falling I will fin ish him off boys 1 will finish him off on the run The target has lost control itis going down The target is falling Yes Form up go home After my third pass the tar get started burning Well lets form up follow Lets rus Tell s to Visit Our Country rr AP Pliotofax NO LONGER A SECRET Garry master of ceremonies of the TV show Ive Got a is flanked by the winner and runnerup of the national batontwirling contest Joyce Rice Greenfield Iowa the Claudette Riley Knoxville competed for the honor on Moores show Crunch Confused Motorist Into Prop CLEVELAND Ohio A confused motorist who drove through a propeller of an idling Air Force Transport Wednesday night escaped un hurt r Andrew J Bird 70 failed to heed several warning signs and drove across runways at Clevelands Hopkins Airport right through a whirling pro peller of a fourengine C13B Hercules jetp r o p transport waiting to take off The whir ling blades made s i x neat Iowa Girl Wins U S Twirling Title GREENFIELD Ufi Schools were closed and Greenfield was in a festive mood Thursday welcome home Joyce Rice 17 winner of a national batontwirl ing contest Plans were made for a cara van to DCS Moincs to meet Joyce when she arrives by plane from New York where she was pro claimed champ in a national television program Wednesday night Approve Smokes Vendors Sharp Clash in Senate KKOM OUK HIKi 5KKVICKS DES Iowa Sen ate Thursday approved a bill legalizing the sale of cigarettes by vending machines by a vote of 3613 The bill was debated for al most two hours with opponents concerned principally ovei whether syndicates wouli lake over the machines ant whether the use of the vending devices would cause a reduc tion in revenue for local govern ments The measure introduced measure Sen Guy Butler RRolfc and others would allow retail estab lishments to have cigarette vending machines if properly li censed ONE OF THE amendments to the bill introduced by Sen Jack Schroeder outlined certain requirements the retailer must follow in order such a machine on his premises The owner of such a machine would have to also be thc retail store operator and must properly enforce use of the machine to prevent minors from making cigarette purchases An amendment by Sen Earl Elijah RClarence wottld al low law enforcement officers lo A TEAM of three contestconfiscate such machines if rcg slices through the r o of of judges picked he Greenfield illations arc violated j Birds car jHigh School scnior over Clan Schrocders amendment alsOj Terminal officials said Bird idctlc Rijcv 38 Knoxville would prevent syndicates from kept right on driving before jTlle two had becn selected cigarette vending ma hu finalists at the winter carnival chine operations in Iowa by pro British Premier to Go No Comment by President AP Plinlofiix TWINS GO TOR Thc merchandise in a transactionbetweentheir parents and another couple are Thomas left and George Lcmins 8 Thc other couple turned out to be policemen and the money was marked Attempt to Sell Twins for Held HOUSTON for gppd of lhe sobbed on airman finm AT mhicra n re Slillirin affpr hpp he was halted by airport po lice Hesaid he had come to the airport to pick up his wife who works at the airport ter minal but got lost I must have made a wrong Bird admitted The State Departments sum mary did not say how the re cording was obtained Bill to Abolish Iowa Income Tax Submitted DES MOINES UPI A bill General Motors Probed by Jury WASHINGTON ft Govern m e n t sources say a federal grand jury in New York has been investigating General Mo jtors already the subject jof a probe by the Justice De jpartments antitrust division j in St Paul last Sunday night Miss Rice daughter of Mr and Mrs Audra Rice Greenfield farmers received a handsome trophy and a fouryear scholar ship at any college she chooses Joyce was Iowas senior girls twirling champion a title she viding that only local retailers can be licensed for a machine SEN JOE C O L E M A N D he was concernec about having cigarettes readily available to minors He said it would allow children to get at igarettcs at an early age won thc last three years at the In reply to this Schroeder said you cannot legislate The majority floor leader also a nonsmoker said he hoped his Iowa State Fair HER PARENTS had watched icr on the television screen here We are all very happy about icr said Mrs Rice But this will be her last com petition She automatically re ires after winning the national children But he would added not You cannot mer airman from Michigan and hisBritishborn wifetried to sell their 8yearold win boys for but the pros pective buyers were probing juvenile officers Police Wednesday filed charges against Stillion Brighton and his wife both 24 Two juvenile officers posing as a married couple pur chased the boys complete with bill of sale with marked money Stillion said he had been unable to get a job since his release from thc Air Force Both he and his wife were jailed We were doingsit for the Mrs Sfillion after her arrest Wednesday It would have torn miheart completely but it would meant giving the kids a h o in e and thc things they Thc twinsare Thomas James and George Frederick Lew ins children of Mrs Slilliun by a former marriage We never wanted lo leave our Thomas told reporters But mommy and daddy said we had to that we a better The SliHions two daugh ters Nancy 4 and Tina 3 w e r e not offered for sale They have been turned over lo juvenileauthorities out wmi sicimrics Premier Ni kila S Khrushchev Thursday in vilod Prosidonl Eisenhower to Moscow as a step toward bring ing the two nations logclhcr and cutling Ihe threat of nuclear war On Ihe liculs of this invHalion cnmc a sUUcmcnt fiom London that Mrilish Irimo Minister Macmillan and Foreign Secre tary Sclwyn Lloyd will make a visit to Russia beginning Feb 2J Thc Brllish Prime Ministers trip lias Ihe approval of both Secretary of Stale Dulles and E i s c n h o w c r reliable sources said The White House meanwhile had no comment on Khrush chevs move Press Secretary James Hitgnrly said none wgukl be made until an official invi tation is received KHRUSHCHEV extended the invitation ir a speech in whicl he also denounced Eisenhowci and the administration foi ignoring the thaw in thc East West cold war This he said was Ilia policy of dealers in He said the tour of the United Stales by Soviet Deputy Pre mier Anaslas Mikoyan in par jr ANNETTE LINN Sheffield Girl Picked Queen of Pages DICS MO Annette Linn who will be 18 on Val entines Day will wear the crown of queen of the pages in the fowa House of Representa tives Miss Linn darkhaired brown eyed 5foot 3inch 100pound beauty was elected queen Wed by the pages Hanrahan Fort Dodge was selected attendant Miss Linn got her House page job through her neighbor Rep Floyd Edgington The daughter of Dr nnd Mrs East Germans Free 5 Yanks take all temptations of life away from my children They must learn through ex ample and i Sen lUclvin H Wolf DWatcr HERLESHAUSEN Germany Wi Communist East Gcr loo said the law was Thursday released U S Army pilot Richard Mackin and cr Inevitable titular helped along this haw tnd added Should the President decide lo come to our country he would be met with sincere hospilalily by our government and Ihe So viet A visil of Lius kind would un doubtedly be useful to both countries and would meet with the approval of the peoples of the and the S o v i e I Khrushchev said in Ihe speech before the 21st Congress of Hie Soviet Communist Party jn Sheffield High School SHE MANAGES to cram her schoolwork into her busy schcd ule gelling her when she comes weekend assignments home each LET THE President take the map of the Soviet Union and choose the areas of our coun tries lie would like to Khrushchev was the final speaker at the congress which he had opened with the claim that economic competition is now enough lo win the world o Communism and war is no long1 General Motors is the worlds Joyce has been invited to besive legislation Me saidifour other American soldiers held in East Germany for several Khrushchev spoke with largest producer of carsmak one of the featured guests and cities still will control the isiwecks sidcrahlofeeling Ills theme was introduced in the Iowa House Thursday to abolish the itale personal income tax Rep Ken Stringer RDaven port asked for repeal of all laws governing thc personal in come lax and also asked for re peal of the homestead ax cred ing Cadillacs Oldsmobiles Bu icks Ppnliacs and Chevrolets The Justice Department look ing into calls undue con centration in the automobile in dustry Wednesday subpoenaed extensive records of the Detroit corporation In confirming the grand jury investigation a g o v ernment solirce performers af thc annual North Iowa Band Festivals in Mason City this June She ap peared here two years ago Beck Doesnt Wanf State Office Again DES M01NES UPI Towathc union in per suancc of cigaret permits and do not have to give one to any one they dont wish The vending bill was defeated in the last session of the Legis lature THE MEASURE now goes to the House If approved Iowa would join every other state in cigarcl thc subpoenacd rcc UJU umujt m Commissioner Roberljvcnding machine sales Mackiri a 27ycarokl American from Washington parachuted into East Germany Dec 3 after he got lost and his small plane ran out of gas The four soldiers arc Elwyn Bell Hill City Kenneth G Carlson San Lcandro James W Hayes Baltimore and Melwyn whose hometown was not given The four disappeared in Ber lin during November and De cember last year The release it to pay for it The bill which would make drastic changes inj Iowas tax structure look up ords would be presented lo he ijury Beck CcnterviJlc ln lhc House ibetween thc was negotiated American Red PLANE MISSING HAMILTON Bermuda W said he would nol serve ifibi11 t0 imPlcment jrenominaterl for a posl on the Ux mcrcaSC A roads here meanwhile 3JCross am Ulc Edsl German Red Cross after the Stale Dc v only lines on a s Superfortress wcalhcrjday for a legislative open hear page Stringer said the two changes should just about balance each other The state netted about million in personal in come taxes last year and paid tmt more than S26 million in homestead tax credits Stringer said both laws are highly expensive to adminis He said that by eliminat ing the highcost administration of both laws the state might be able to have a little CITIZENS IRATE TULSA Okla the city needs revenue officials de cided to swallow pride and hon or irate citizens checks Thc first one read Pay to the or der of the thieves of City Hall for water from a bunch nf A second one for was made out to The Crooks of City Hall for a few drops of water and overcharged lewtr iplane and its crew of 12 were ing on higbway legislation said missing Thursday and pre sumed down in the stormy mid Atlantic he did not wish o serve again His term on thc commission ex pires June 30 1959 Partmcnl stuck lo its policy that massproduced Soviet mis siles can now hit anywhere in thc United States so thc two ma jor powers must reach an un derstanding Liko all Ihe oilier Misi Linn earns weekly Annelle will be presented to thc House sometime next week Iowa Cold but It Will Get Worse 11 was cold as usual in towa Thursday and he Weather Bu reau said il would be even cold er Friday This is cxpqclcd to jcontihuo through Saturday con Thursday mornings lows were near or below zero over all ex cept he extreme westernpart of thc slate Mason City and Du had 5bclow marks Wa terloo 3 below and Spencer 1 City xvastlie warm est with a low of 8 above The outlook for Friday morn Wc want only one Khrushchev said thc speediest end to he cold war And Mr J o h n Foster Is for readings of 10 below Dulles if you desire then for thc north Io npar zero in tlle sake of ending the cold war south arc oven prepared to admit your victory in his war that is un Colder air which moved into thc slate Wednesday dropped Herschcl Loveless in his lo negotiate with the message was introduced by German regime Democrats Thc bill however The fiyc into Wcst wanted by the peoples Regard yoursrlvcs lempcraliircs rapidly after read gcnllcings in tlic 30s ovcr mucn men as Ihoviclors in this wariLhc and 01 would go beyond what he Gov ernor asked by making it lcral for persons 18 years old and older to purchase cigarettes and Railroad Not Planning to Drop North Iowa Service WASHINGTON The Milwaukee Road does not propose to discontinue passenger train service across North Iowa from MarqueUe to Canton S Rep Charles B Hoeven of Iowa was notified by Kenneth H Tuggle chairman of the Interstate Com merce Commission thai the railroad informed him it has no intention of filing such a petition or notice with the ICC Information received by the Charles City Iowa Chamber of Commerce recently was that he Mil waukee Road intended to discontinue Trains 11 22 Germany at this frontier post on the border of Communist East Germany shortly after noon Mackin looked pale He tobacco Thc present minimum worc A fatigues and a felt age for legal purchase of to sajd he fdt bacco is 21 years The measure would increase1 the tax on regular size cigarettes cap Release of the men followed by less than a day thc freeing of a convoy held by from three to four cents Soict Unifln gl lhc package and on king size cigaborn check oint for morc than frnm inill frt PPPlS fl rcttcs from four to five cents a pack There also would be small increases in the tax on cigarette papers and roll your own loj Thursday night and Colder Thursday nighl lows near 10 below Continued cold Friday high about 10 Partly cloudy night and Friday Colder Thursday night lows 10 be low north to zero south Con tinned cold Friday high 10 north to 20 south Further out jliimwa shared the top of 38 while Mason City had a peak of only 19 Snow measuring up lo two inches at Dubuque fell in north ern and eastern Iowa Wednes day and left Duburiue with 13 inches of snow on thje ground at New Hampton NEW DES MOINES end if 3 Persons Hurt in 2Car Crash sons remain in fair condition at lookSaturday partly T SL Joseph Mercy Hospital here not so cold bacco as well as pipe tobacco New Sharon Woman Killed in Accident 50 hours Drivers reported Thursday they got the impresMinnesota Fair and colder sinn thc Soviets had deliberately Hi8ns Friday 5 below north 5 above south following a headon collision late Pnlicnce Speirs who came to fowa in a covered wagon in 1854 celebrated her 105th birth Wednesday on Highway 24 day here Wednesday seven miles north of here iset up he incident in advance I REPLACE JEEPNEY 0 8 Thursday MANILA jcepj Maximum a public conveyance of jWorld War II vintage incorpo OSKALOOSA UPI Mrs rating features of the Army hn Burggraaf 63 rural Ncwijcep and the jitney finally is on Sharon was killed Thursdayjlhc way out The Public Service Minimum At 8 19 5 2 t c f kjiin i wii ruj n hambcrs of Commerce along the line across am sjx olhcr pcrsons suffered Commission announced thai the YLAn AGO m JUIJM 1 I P I III 1 I IrllL the northern counties of Iowa including Mason jminor injuries when two carsvchices will bo banned and re immediateJy took action to combat the proposal collided here placed by modern buses Sheriff Galen Folkers who in jvcsligaled Ihe accident said the GlobeGazelle wcalhcr dataprnhablc cause was blinding snow blown by a snowplow which had just passed both cars I Hospilalixcd with multiple I lacerations arc Mrs Carl Vik dal Lawlcr Mrs Lillian Saltz man and Mrs Clara Worrilaw both of New Hampton Carl Vik dal was treated and released Wednesday 1 Precipitation in snow Maximum Minimum 29 11 SAME   

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