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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 23, 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 Press and United Press International Full Lease MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY FEBRUARY 23 1959 7e Copy Paper of Two 117 North Iowa Digs Out of Second Deep Snow British Russ Launch Talks MOSCOW iffi Prime Minister Macmillun am Premier Khrushchev met for two and a half hours ii the Kremlin Monday and discussed the disarmamen deadlock between the West and the Russians Only one adviser disarmament expert Con ONeill ae companied Macmillan Foreign Secretary Solwyn Lloyd and Ambassador Sir Patrick Rcilly to the first formal conference o the British delegations visit The official Soviet news agency in a brief dispatch after th meeting said that Macmillan and Khrushchev had friendly con One concrete result was obtained however The Iwo coun tries agreed to work out a new cultural affairs treaty Eacl nation is to have a special committee handle the agreement Macmillan and Khrushchev got down to format1 Kremlin after a gclacquainlec j weekend in the country One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor e BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO UUOO Sunday WOI Ames 610 Tuesday WTAD Qulrxoy 30 Tburs WSUI la City 910 Sat Looking Back on Geophysical Year tlTHEN THE HISTORY of our limes is written the em phasis is almost certain lo be on our progress in science and lus achieve There will be trous chapter a large on the inents growing out of the Inter national Geophysical Year which was actually a year and a half starting on July 1 1957 and ending on Dec 31 1958 Geophysical year was a vast cooperative enterprise in which some scicntisls represent ing 66 countries the world over look part Some of their accom plishments were so significant that a thousand years from now school children are going to hark back to the year 1957 in much the same way we in our limes have made 1492 a beacon light and milestone of history This year will be remembered as the one that opened the door to outer space and marked the beginning of the space age The International Geophysical Year has been pronounced the single most significant peaceful activ ity of mankind since the Renais sance and the Copernican Revo This appraisal comes from no less an authority than the distinguished scientist Dr Hugh Odishaw Year director for Stales Geophysical the United in The British prime ministei gol second billing in Hie Moscou press however The Communis parly organ Pravda devoted top space to an editorial lauding Ihe Red markcc its 41sl anniversary and gave only brief mention lo the KhrushchevMacmillan par ley MACMILLAN and Foreign Secretary S e 1 w y n Lloyd re turned to Moscow Sunday nighi after a weekend aa guests o Premier and Mrs Khrushchev at the rambling onestory villa 50 miles southeast of Moscow A spokesman for tiie two lead ers said they discussed subjects of mutual interest in lengthy in formal sessions before and after lunch The two greal men got on very well a British source said 11 was assumed West Berlins future and the issue of German unily were brought up WITH KHRUSHCHEV were Deputy Premier Anaslas I Mi koyan a recent visitor to Ihe United Slates Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko and Jacob Malik Soviet ambassador to Brilain The British ambassa dor to Moscow Sir Patrick Rcilly completed the British party MacmilJan and his part called first at the Kremlin Mon day on the deputy president ol the Soviet Union S R Rashi dov who also is president of the Uzbek Republic President Klementi Voroshilov lias been ill 8 Killed on Roads in Iowa Two Dead in Kossuth Co SNOW IS FOR KIDS Leave it to the youngsters to get a lot of wet of something that for old sters generally causes mostly pains and brings gripes Takethese twoMa soil City 10yearolds on their way to pholo by Glbfos school after Mason Citys 9inch Tall Richard Smith Elms Hotel shakes the snow off a saplingwhile Frank Michadis 204 5th squeals with delight 900 Prisoners Freed by British on Cyprus NICOSIA UPi Greek Cypriots celebrated wildly as the British turned loose more than 900 po THE IDEA of having scien tists from many countries unite in making scientific studies by no means new It can be traced back to the ancients who got logclher for such ventures as the preparation of authentic maps iitical prisoners Sunday The detainees had been held without trial under emergency regulations as suspected mem 15 bers of EOKA the Greek Cy North lowans Sweep Barrow Show Honors By CHUCK WALK GlobeGazette Farm Editor ALBERT LEA Minn Iowa entries and North Iowa entries in particular ran off with near ly every top honor at the Min nesota Spring Barrow Show held here over the weekend Heading the list of Norlh Iowa winners was Calvin Brown St Ansgar who copped top prize money of show with his in the trucklot crossbreds six Brown had the top penofthree at last years show and also had he champion trucklot at the National Barrow Show atAus in lasl year About the only lop award i Iowa us missed was Ihc grand row also was named Master Swine Producer junior show Last year he of had won the Hie junior achievement award tak en by his brother this year The Coopers recently sold one of Iheir champion boars for top selling price so far this year in the country NORT was best illustrated in trucklot show where six of shown the the top nine lots were shown by farmers from this area Besides where were Brown those finishing high were Milton Charlson Lake Mills Ross Stilson Hampton L Stevens Northwood Kenneth show were Milton Friedow Ka wood wlui North Kana nawha Glen Anderson Floyd Fricdow Martin Rahnc North and Stevens and Brown wood WIKI ighl persons were reported killed on Iowa liiwhways during lie weekend including two Woodward brothers and an Em metsburg couple Had driving conditions are blamed for some of I hem The deaths raised Iowas traffic fatality loll lo fl7 or eifjlil fewer than the ill which had been killed through Feb 22 of asl year The latesl victims were Mr and Mrs A Spnur both ISmmclsburg who were killed when they apparently lost control of their car on an icy slrcleh of Ifii Sunday night just south ofIhe Minnesota bor der in Kossuth County THEIR CAR slammed fieadon into onedriven by Edward Grcl lillat Hi Lnkola A few minutes lalcr a ca driven by Doris Hiehardson 17 Lakola slammed into the Span vehicle whjch lay crossways ii the highway aflcr the first col lision Spaur was killed instantly ii he crash and his wife dice about three hours bier in Blue Earth hospital Injured and taken lo a Rlu TCarlli hospital were the Spaur daughter Kalhy 12 Gretlillai a n d his wife 24 an d thei daughter Cheryl Ann Receiving minor injuries bti nol hospitalized were Mrs Richardson h e r three daugh crs Susan II Judy 10 am Cherie Ann 5 and a neighbor daughter Carolyn Blomn 17 Gerald Martin Deiancy 2 Sheldon died early Monday o injuries suffered shortly before midnight Sunday when his cai collided with a truck about 1 miles west of Sheldon City Fair through Tucs Colder Monday night ft lo 10 Highs Tuesdaj Mason day lows 27 fo 12 Iowa Gumrally fair Tuesday Colder M o n d a night lows 5 to 12 north am 12 lo 20 south Liltlo tempera lure change Tuesday high upper 20s north lo M south Five Dny Iowa Tempera lure will average 3 lo 8 degree above normal will a wnrmin rend Ilirough midweek an only minor changes thereaftei The normal mininuims arc 1 lo 21 The normal maximum arc to Liltle if any pre ciptiation indicated during th period warmer ANOTHER Northwood FFA member Neil Johnson was named the top junior in the judging contest which had more than 600 entries Johnson had 395 points out of a possible 400 He was last years Junior Mas ter Swine Producer at the show Arnold Sheriff Orient won the lop adult judging award Milo Pangborn North taking second ami Dave with In 1882 a cooperated number on what underground which individual barrow That award wenl lo Casper Pe lerson and his son Bud North field with their 205 Poland China waging against a terrorist Ihe British cam since was called priol been paign 1945 i The government announced all island emer of nalionslcletention camps on Ihe the First Polar Year The main effort was directed to a study of our two polar regions Fifty years later Polar Year in 1932 the Second brought another co were being closed and gency regulations lifled The ac tion had been assured by Ihe agreement last Thursday in Lon don to give Cyprus independ ence but the release of Ihe operative effort Emphasis Ihis prisoners came quicker lhan ex time was on weather earths peeled magnetism and the aurora j Hundreds of other Cypriots im In 1950 the geophysical sciiPiisoncd after conviction of vio ences Ulose concerned wilhjaling Ihe emergency regula thfi earth and its environmenlHons were not affected by the reached Ihc poinl where it was felt further progress would be vastly accelerated by a worldwide cooperative pro gram The story has an inter esting Iowa angle incidentally On April 5 1950 Dr James Van Allen University of Iowa physicist who was later to gain world renown in the field of rocketry invited a group of American scientists concerned first amnesty But many of these are expected to get terms or release soon Russias Atomic Icebreaker Ready pound A NORTH IOWAN did come back to lake Ihe reserve grand champion individual barrow of the show however That honor went to Craig Cooper 17 Hart ley whose Yorkshire was also named champion of the junior show Together with his brother Charles Craig Cooper won ev cry individual junior award given at he threeday show which closed Saturday Craig reduced look tne Junior penoflhree championship and was declared winner of Ihe Junior Agricullur al Achievement Award Charles besides having the reserve champion junior bar LONDON Union says UP The Soviel Ihe worlds firsl atomic surface ship soon will be ready to put lo sea Moscow Radio gave some de home for a talk ney Chapman with Dr a highly Syd re with upper research of icebreaker Lenin which was launched at Leningrad in December 1957 The broadcast said the Lenin which is completing dockside tests is powered by three atomic develop spected English scientist It was then and there that Ihe Geo physical Year was native of Iowa born Its a OUT of that conference came an invitation to scienlisls in other lands lo participate in the farflung studies and cxplora n lions under sponsorship of International Council of Sci entific Unions headed by readers which can 000 horsepower FIRST CHILD HOLLYWOOD a baby Continue Hunt for Missing Doctors BERLIN N II ol volunlcers Monday plowed through deep snow while spot ters flew overhead in a search for two doclors missing since last Saturday on a 70mile mer cy flight Authorities expressed fear for the safety of Dr Ralph E Miller 60 an experienced pi lot and Dr Robert E Quinn 32 both members of the Dart moulh Medical School faculty high in the open class of the barrow lop judging team chapter from St Johnson St Ansgar and Stevens Northwood A Northwood FFA member Tom Grosland had the reserve champion junior penofthrec with his heavyweight winners while a Robert Ten old finished second in the heavyweight pcnofthree Norlh lowans finishing ing Ihird The was tfic FFA James Minn Prize money at this 15th an nual show totaled more than The Minnesota Slate Spring firsl of Stales lhan 30 country Barrow Show was Ihc ils kind in Ihe Unilcd There are now more such shows around the for actress Janet Blair 38 They disappeared while flying CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 and her husband producer Nick Mayo The baby weighed in Sunday at eight pounds She is he couples first child in a single engine plane from Berlin to Lebanon They had gone lo Berlin lo Ireat a heart palienl THE TWO BROTHERS iden tified as M a x 21 and Allan Uitlsman 18 Woodward were killed when their car went out of control Saturday night on I o w a 89 two miles west of Madrid A passenger in Ihcir car Robcrl L Hass 22 also of Woodward was injured Authorities said the car driven by Max Hillsman spun out of control careened off the highway clipped off road posls and fencing Ihcn en me lo rest on its wheels Earlier Saturday Lylc Brod crson 36 rural Davenport was killed when his car went control on a coimly out of road a half mile southeast of Davenport and rolled over Brodcrson was thrown from the car as it lipped over GARY JENKINS Shenan doah was also killed Saturday when a tire on his car blew out and the automobile rolled over Ihrcc limes on 59 about 14 miles north of Shcnamloah The first reported traffic vic tim of Ihc weekend was Myron F Stricgle 3fi rural W h a I Cheer Iowa He was killed Fri day nighl near Minnesota Fair and Tuesday lo GlobeGazelle weather dal up lo 8 Monday Maximum M Minimum 22 At 8 22 Precipitation Snow YEAH AGO Maximum 38 Minimum 30 weather dalr up 8 Sunday Maximum 3fi Minimum 21 Microfilm Bill Filed in Senate FKOM OUR WIKK SKRVICHS DES MOINES A bill inlro cucccl in lie Senate Monday w o u I d appropriate lo microfilm federal income tax re urns o compare Ihem with stale reurns and reduce tux dodging The bill was drafted by Sens ugenc M Mil DNewlon ami Lynn Potter The measure would apply to individ ual partnership and corporation lax returns In Ihn past the commission las had limited facilities for comparing Ihc returns The House meanwhile re ceived 21 bills including mcas ires o Require lhal radar speed dc cclors be approved by the Iowa Department of Public Safely and je operated by fulllimc paid peace officers Require the lown Highway ommission lo prepare and pub ish a long range primary road plan covering at least 10 years evisc il every five years and icfore December in each year ecidc what projects will be car ied out in the following year Give Ihc Parole Hoard in lead of Ihc governor the puw r lo release persons from pa ole aflcr a reasonable parole criod and lo send parolees lo he State University of Iowa bos ilals for treatment re on parole while they his home when his car crashed headon with an other on onehalf Cheer Iowa 21 about twn miles south of and Ike in 4th Visit to Dulles Bedside WASHINGTON Ufi President Eisenhower went lo Waller Rccd Army Hosiptal Monday for an other visit wilh ailing Secretary of Stale bowers bedside Traffic Snarled Aqain Osage Has 11 Inches The second surprise snowstorm in two weeks hit North Iowa early Monday dumping a thick layer of snow from Eslhervilla 10 Ihc Mississippi River Tiie 9inch snowfall at Mason City brought Ihe total for Febru ary to 20 inches more lhan tiiij area had all last winter The snow was wet and heavy and wills 1 i I I 1 c wind il lay where it fell Traffic was back nearly lo normal on primary highways by noon however The snowfall which started Sunday as light rain was heavi est through the center of the dis trict said Arlic P Christenscn assistant district engineer at Mason Cily for the Iowa High way Commission Eslhcrville re ported H inches of snow Waukon 6 inches The most snow reported at any recording station however was at inches Other reports showed Fort Dodge got 7 inches Popcjoy 6 Waterloo 5 and Spencer 2 The big snow in Ihc north was i continuation of a disturbance hat spread rain and over ill of Iowa Sunday The snow fell north of a line from Council Uluffs DCS Moines Cedar Rap ids and Maquokcta TRAFFIC WAS bogged down in the early morning and there was only oneway traffic on the h i g I V s as he snowplows pushed their way through the snow Highway fi9 norlh of Garner was blocked in the ly forenoon and many trucks vcrc off I lie highways through mi the Mason City area Even vlicrc plows had been through he paving was snowpacked and ilippcry Highways fiO and in Kos suth County were closed until loon Monday when jot to tlicm A bright w a r in sun cut h rough much of the ice how ever and Ira f f i c picked up iiicldy by the late morning lours Mason City snow removal vork began about 2 wilh 11 men and equipment on lha ob before G Although streels emaincd slippery the major trcets were open before going owork Iraffic built up BY I all but ftw Ma on City streets had been pcncd and snow plows were on icir second rounds over most tree Is City Engineer Calvin G Brown skcd that all parked cars bs removed by 7 from down town slreels particularly in tha melcred area and from parking lofs With drivers cooperation it is hoped that snow can be hauled from all the downtown streets Monday night The plan is to clear at least half of each parking lot Monday night and clear remaining parking lot ancs Tuesday night Police again issued a remind er that there is an ordinance against leaving parked cars on uncleared streets during the 48 hours after Dulles H was fourth trip to Dulles after the last snow since the doctors an Air traffic was a snowfall Violators were fined routed past Whallmmnccrl Feb M lhal Ihe sccrcjthc Mason City airport Sunday had suffered a rccurrcnccjnight and Monday morning be CHAMiION LOAD Calvin Brown St slands behind his crossbred hogs thac named champion trucklot at Ihc Minnesota Spring Barrow Show at Albert Lea Saturday Fatal Accident at Albert Lea ALBERT LEA Minn The snow storm which hit the southern part of Minnesota Sun day night accounted for a traf fic death near here Killed in a headon collision blamed on poor visibility was 18yearold Richard Grathwohl Grand Meadow He was a passenger in a car driven by his brother Robcrl 20 The driver of the oilier car Leo Halbur Albert Lea and two of his passengers jwerc injured i The accident happened on Highway 16 Iwo and onehalf i miles west of here about The highway patrol says one of the vehicles edged over Iho ccn jter line on the snowcovered highway of cancer The President left the White House for Waller Rccd shorfly after a 75minulc confcr ence Stale with acting Christian A Secretary Hcrlcr of ACTRESS DIES HOLLYWOOD Helen Par rish film and television ac tress died Sunday of cancer cause Ihc runways were packed with snow The airports clear ance crews were prevented from getting lo work until 8 a m because he highway from Mason Cily to Ihe airport was not opened until then Normally the clearance crews will begin work at about 5 Dick Mcttlcr airport manager Sbc began her film career as anjsaid planes would be landing by infant in Our Gang comedies SAME 95 RUck flat means raffle In pail U kniiri early afternoon COUNTY ROADS not good All plows were out Mon day morning in an attempt to open up the main roads The roads were slippery and the snow was heavy to travel through Highway 69 south of Belmond was closed for a while Monday morning according lo a report from the sheriffs office Sunday nights snow was the Aorst Ihis to one local towing service   

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