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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 21, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited ior MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The Newspaper That Makes All North lowans Neighbors HOME EDITION VOL 97 Associated Piesi and United Prcjf International Pull Lea so Wires MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY FEBRUARY 21 1957 t 7e x of Two SectloniSocllon No 111 Rash of Near Air Crashes Traffic Just Too Heavy WASHINGTON UPI The Federal Aviation Agency FAA Saturday explained a rash of nearcollision reports in 12 sim ple words Too many planes too little airspace and not enough con trol facilities In the past five days five commercial airliners reported near misses with military air craft THE CLOSEST call involved a Capital Airlines Viscount which had to dive to avoid a headon collision with an Air Force B47 near Charlotte N The airliner was on a route and at an alitiludc assigned by fed eral air traffic control Friday a Capital Constellation and an Air Force cargo plane swerved to avoid each other over Kentucky Both were on assigned altitudes and routes American and Eastern airlines also reported nearL collisions earlier in the week The latest incident appeared to be a freak Both the Capital Airlines and the Air Force cargo plane had filed flight plans which took them over intersect ing routes The FAA will inves tigate why air traffic control apparently allowed their paths Lo cross without warning either of the others presence The agency announced Friday night it had suspended the con trol tower employe on duly at the lime because the FAAs pre liminary investigation showed an error in estimating posi tion occurred in the Indianapo lis control air center Macm in Hearty Welcome to Moscow AP rhotnlux SPRING WHERE ART THOU Fire Capt Ray Utz Pittsburgh is encrusted with ice as he sips a warming cup of coffee while takinga breather A fire which destroyed a country club is uppermost in his mind but somewhere he must have a few idle thoughts about the loveliness of spring THE OTHER incidents in volved airliners flying under in strument flight rules and military aircraft operating un der rules Under 1FR planes fly at as signed altitudes and routes mon 2 Gunmen Wound Iowa Farmer Then Ransack Home in Calamus Area Trip to Mexico Lauded Rio Grande Dam OKd WASHINGTON W President Eisenhower returned Saturday from a twoday visit with Mexij os President Adolfo Lopez j Vlatcos Thc White House lcs cribctl the trip all in all a very highly successful journey James C H a gc r t y White House press secretary told re porters Thc President returned lo Washington wilh a feeling hc lias a friend and lhc two will be in close touch with each other This isnt thc last lime they will get in touch with each Hagcrtys remarks elaborated on a joint si a lenient Eisenhower and Mateos issued at the conclu sion of their talks Friday night in Acapulco Mexico A HIGHLIGHT of their com muniquewls an agreement thai clanv be jointly United Stales on Grande CALAMUS Wl Two gunmen on Ihe pretext of help to get their car started forced heir way into a remote farut home ransacked the place and fled without taking early Saturday George Hessler 71 lold Clinton County two men awakened him about and asked for use o his tractor to gel their stalled auto going When he went lo the door Hessler said Ihe men proclucec ilored conslanlly by air i pistols and pushed their way into the house traffic control centers An JFRJ Hessler was grazed across thebridge of HIP nose and thc clearance literally places an airforehead by a bullet fired as craft in a protective with one of Ihe 10 miles wide two thousand feet Afler he was wounded thej deep and several miles Jong jiiicn forced Hessler lo lie on aj But an FAA spokesman ex couch while they searched for known has bcqn as in BOMBERS OFF TO JAIL Gloria Dickquist and Sylvia Rossman both 17 Fulton N turn over person al effects to a matron before beginning sixmonth sentences The girls were found guilty of telephoning bomb tincats to their high school causing the school to be evacuated five Limes BUT PRICE STILL PROBLEM plained that TFR protects planes only from other 1FR traffic IFR cannot guarantee protection from planes flying VFR in gooc weather And the FAA official that in good weather any aircraft has a per fect right to fly VFR even in controlled airspace Wilh our present facilities it is impossible to put all aircraft under positive IFR the spokesman said There are lit erally thousands and thousands of planes in the air daily If you tried to control all of them youd paralyze Iran to Proceed With Plans for Arms Pact TEHRAN Iran Shah of Iran told a news conference Saturday Iran will go ahead and sign a bilateral agreement with the United States The Shah added that Iran will not change its policy towards the West and will sign a mili tary pact agreement with the United States for precautionary measures He added that Iran will not invoke this military agreement unless attacked The Shah emphasized that Iran will not give any missile base o any foreign country Be sides he added Nro one has asked Iran for such a base Referring lo Moscow radios anliIran propaganda Ihc Shah said that in spile of Soviet claims that bis Iranian regime money They discarded Hessj lers billfold which contained aj check and two SI bills Hesslers young wife and their four children were awakened by the sound of the shot and were ordered by the gunmen lo stay Iowa Heads Into Weekend Iowa is heading into a pleas the the stages for 10 years Con gresscnbw must be calledon to approDii Mexico Hnust figure out how to pay its portion of the cost Hagerly compared Eiscnhow ers trip with two olhcrs Ihe Prcsidenl has made Lo cemcnl friendship with both Mexi co and Canada Hc referred lo Eisenhowers 1956 conference in While Sulphur Springs W Va with Malcos predecessor Adol o Ruiz Corlincs and Ihcn anadian Prime Minister Louis St Laurent and to the 1958 Irip o Ollawa where Eisenhower alked with St Laurents succes or John Dicfenbaker HE WANTED to get to know bed Mrs Hessler and Ihe anl weatherwise jMaleos and lliey gol along very J The Wealher Bureau said Sat HaScrly said 1 he press secretary said urday and S u nid a y ok Malcos al lhc nir in children were not harmed Before leaving lhc house he men removed the batteries from the old type telephone and hrew them out in Ihe snow The men ran about 300 yards lo he lane where a car was parked It was believed driven by a third person MR AND MRS Hessler re Ei Highway Patrol Considers New Interceptor Cruisers By WILLIAM EBERLINE live problem to solve before It was Ihc best equipment of DES MOINES built police interceptor cars arc Iowa can purchase the new type its k Speciallycars jaw now the claret kind Ive ever dc d Hasscll but of course cost of new automobiles to we are going to Lest other being tested by the Iowa per car Uasscll says lhaljmodels made by oilier manu way Patrol and stale car nlus palcher But car dispatcher Robert Hassclt says theres a Icgisla lemperatures will be in lhc 30sj and lower 40s and morning read ings will be from 12 to 18 in the north and 18 lo 25 in Ihe soulh Soulhwesterly winds and warmer air began moving into Ihe slate Friday as Ihe cold port in Acapulco he hoped thc Mexican Prcsidenl could visit him in the United Stales Eisenhowers plane arrived in Washington in freezing weather The President decided o spend Irieved Ihe batteries and sumhigh pressure system which had the rest of the day easy However he laking it want to moncd help dominated Iowas weather Reed Army Hospital for Deputy Sheriffs Walter Holmjcral days moved out of Ihc midmnniing sick call on Scc and Jack said Hcsslcrilo Ihc southeast rclary of Stale Dulles declined medical attention j Temperatures reached as high Mason City Par cloudy Iowa can equip lhc Highway Pa trol wilh bcllcr cruisers Hep Neil Johns ItToledo said he plans Lo introduce leg islation next week Lo raise lhc maximum expenditure per car to and remove the ceiling altogether on an automobile for lie governor who still is driving a model Massoll said lie was impressed by these performances One patrolman drove the in terceptor at J20 miles per hour auto manufacturers was tested chance of fog Saturday by Jfassctl and patrolmen last is not popular with the Iranian people I am sun our regime will survive to attend the funer al of many other What Cheer Driver Killed in Crash WHAT CHEER W Myron Striegel 38 What Cheer was killed Friday night in a hcadon collision of two cars on Highway 21 about three miles south of Hessler said both men were of stocky build and one was about years old and the other about 35 Hessler a truck farmer ives four miles west of here WodenCrystal Lake Bond Issue Passes in Third Election CRYSTAL bond is sue of was favored 104 to 161 here Friday at an election in the Woden Crystal Lake School District This is the third lime an election has been held in an effort to get funds for a new school at Woden There was a total of 580 votes cast Fifteen ballots were spoiled The construction will include a new grade school at Woden as 34 degrees at Sioux City Frij day afternoon but at Dubucmei PLAYFUL TYPE SAN MATEO Calif lows 520 Partly cloudy Sun day high 3237 Iowa Partly cloudy with little temperature change Saturday night and Sunday Local areas of fog Saturday night lowsi teens north to 20s soufh Highs Sunday oils north lo Ms Further cloudiness wilh little tempera ture change Monday week All said they were favor ably impressed the top reading was only 19 f months playfully grees Mason City had 23 Dulles Gets 2nd Treatment for Stomach Cancer WASHINGTON WalkMinnesota and warmer Q sulc John Sat The clearing skies permitted the mercury to drop to near the zero mark in the northwest Sat bul readings 20s at many places The range was from 7 above at Spencer to 21 at Dav enport urday morning were near the threw a blanket over his moth ers head as she was driving on the San MateoHayward Bridge approach Temporarily blinded Mrs Pouline Busch swerved the car to the tore loose eight large fence posts She Mark and Loric just months all escaped without injury High Sunday near 35 weather data up to 8 Saturday Maximum Minimum At 8 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 23 11 12 with a gymnasium and auditor urn On completion of the proj ect the high school and junior high school will be at Crystal Lake and all the elementary grades at Woden 21 Times a Mother in Last 29 Years ASHLAND Pa Vcrna Lucas 44 of nearby Joli elt Friday gave birth to a baby here Mrs Striegel and the driv jhcr 21st in 29 years The latest er of the other car Paul a boy weighed 9 er 21 of Kcota were injured ipounds 8 ounces Mrs Lucas They were reported in satisfachusband William is a miner tory condition at a hospital in There have been no multiple Sigourney births wilh no noticeable sway or strain In an acccleralion lest th car went from a standing star to 70 miles an hour in scvc seconds It lakes off like A SPECIAL police comment built by one of Ihe i3ig ed The car came fjuickly lo smooth slop when lhc driver hi Ihe brakes while traveling mor than 300 miles an hour SPEED acceleration am lols of braking power arc wha we need lo chase down Hi kind of driver who decides I mil run Hcrrick said The will be more important than ever when we start gelling long cr stretches of the inters at syslem where a driver can along without worrying abou meeting oncoming Safety features include extra heavy springs and shock absorb ers lorsion suspension lhat elim inales sway on curves and per mils la king corners 15 lo 2 miles an hour faslcr Ihan or dinary cars power brakes rim am slccring wheel A representative of thc inanu Russian Hosts Affable Khrushchev on Hand MOSCOW M British Primt Minister Macmillan flew into Moscow Saturday with a smile a gentle dig at his host and a fur hat that wowed the Rus sians remicr Khrushchev wel comed him to the Soviet Union with a speech full of friendly sentiment and expressing hope for n useful exchange of Macmillan and his foreign minister Selsvyn Lloyd got A red carpet reception upon their arrival for talks they hope will ease world tensions I DO NOT come fo negotiate on particular Mac millan said I do hope how ever thai in our talks together we shall at least reach a bet ter understanding of our points of view Perhaps in this way our visit may help to alleviate some of the cares hat at present bring anxiety to he He recalled that his previous visit to the Soviet Union was 50 years ago as an ordinary tourist I lie added that I will sue as many changes in the Soviet Union as hcen in England since the picture painted by This was a slyly inserted ref the by urday went back to the concrete and lead Xray chamber in Wal ter Reed Medical Center for his second massive radiation treat ment for cancer Jt will soon be a familial journey Present plans call for treatments every day except Sunday under the hospitals volt Xray machine pgcMccf cteshboaird by 14 tires safety wheel possibly three or four weeks At the end of lhat period doc lors may be able lo say whether PARDON POSTERIOR Its not difficult tosee which car provided the most inertia in this accident at Balti Af Ihotofnx more JMd The one car backed up a lipht pole to take the STOP signs advice No one was injured seriously however ci Jfaclurcr said lhc interceptor is Du Ics can return lo nis blalei Department desk iinlfcndcd s SC la Dulles who will be 72 nexlicnfoCG111nl tcers and Wednesday apparently held up to the genera pub well after Pr days first realc Hc saif thc bdominal cancer Ulc cars in use in Illinois Mtch igan and California but is sill men I for a Treatment a said a issued by Lincoln Department press meant While said lhat Dulles was not sickened as is the case with some people who undergo heavy Xray treatments W 1 JS t v i t medical bulletinjcxpcrimcnling with Ihcm While Stale HOW ABOUT the cost The officer This company rcprcscnlalive said il will bc about thc same as a low priced sedan except thai thc 305 horsepower motor would cost the slate about extra That means hc said that thc stale would have lo pay about each as opposed lo to for Ihc cars now in use Hassclt said the Highway Pa trol now is driving standard model lowerpriced cars Theyre Ihe bcsl we can get wilh lhc prescnl price limila Hassclt said They come lo us just as they arc delivered to the general public and we add a few necessary accessor SAME RUrk traffic death In pa si 21 hours crcncc to lhcwide sale in soviet Union of novels Jharles Dickens which crili social conditions in Eng and in lhc last century U was Macniillans way of pointing out 10 Russian should think Dickens stories reflect prescnl day Eng ish life AT ONE POINT in his Vnu kovo Airport reception Macmii lan walked over Lo Soviet spec tators standing silently in a ropcdoff enclosure and greeted hem They burst info applause Off came Macniillans light gray fur hat in response The crowd loved the hat Applause turned into laughter Macmil lan grinned wilh pleasure and puL his hal back oi Khrushchev arrived at Ihe air port eight minutes before Mac mi1 ans Cornel fourjet plane touched down two minutes ahead of schedule He gavn Macmillan a cordial greeting in an impressive set ting An honor color guard of of swords shimmer ing in the sun smart ly at allcnlion and a military band blared the Soviet and Brit ish anthems Khrushchev walked wilh Mac millan in reviewing the guard A TROOP OF Soviet dressed in grealcoals gray fur hals and carrying rifles paraded shouling Rah rah in a greet ing o thc visitors Khrushchev said in welcoming Macmillan that the Soviet Union believes in peaceful coexist ence among diffcrenl social sys Icms and thc lines of that policy remain We arc happy to welcome Ihosc who come here from abroad lo have lalks for the bcncfil of both our countries and of thc cause of peace thc world bc said Welcome gen From the moment Macmillan cfl London he emphasized lhat to to lis mission was primarily ook and listen ralher than reach any agreements SHIP ORANGE SEEDS RIVERSIDE Calif UPI Tlorida oranges soon may be Talifornia oranges Thc Citrus Experiment slalion of thc Uni ersity of California said Satur lay it would send citrus ecds fo Florida where a dis asc is causing citrus to o into a decline   

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