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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 2, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper for VOL f UUnuttaad roll Newspaper That Makes All North iowans Neighbors MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY MARCH 2 HOME EDITION Tt Copy Contbii ot Two Russ Agree to April Talks on Berlin 2 Iowans One Mans Opinion A Radio Commtntary By W EARL HALL GlobeGaxette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE wn WOI WTAD Qutacj 930 WSUI How to Increase Your Arms Reach QNE OF THE BEST loved musical plays of our times has a song built about an un common expression many When I sat down to prepare this visit with you about the Red Cross thats the term that kept coming to my mind The program of the Red Cross is indeed many splendoredi To make sure of my grounds on this claim I consulted my office dictionaries I discovered that is a in good standing that its synonyms are lustrous re splendent radiant and grand Any of those four words or all of them are accurately descrip tive of the Red Cross which this year is celebrating its 100th anniversary It was at Solferino a village in northern Italy where a young Swiss banker named Henri Dunant saw the battle wounded left unattended in in describable agony and conceived what has become the heart and core of the Red Cross program Care of the wounded should havej neutral above and yorid creed or race i Lake Mills Youth Hit by Auto Two North Towans were among five who died over the weekend ss a result of traffic accidents in fowa and Minne sota Ardell J u v e 1 a n d Mills was killed Sunday when1 struck a car ashe helped push a stalled auto off the rail read tracks 10 miles east of Albert Lea Minn His brother Donavan 26 was taken to anj Albert Lea hospital in good con dition Another brother Earl 24 was slightly injured but not hos pitalized Believe Satellite in Orbit Some Signals Picked Up INGLEWOOD Calif Air Force believes its Discover er I rocket may have gone into some kind of orbit and is simply having trouble raising is voice enough to let the world enow for sure Authorities say tracking sta ions have picked up sporadic signals tending to confirm hat an orbit has been urther checks will be made Discoverer T the first space chicle aimed into an orbit T i vhich would carry it over both o Mos continuedLthe NorU and South poles was ui wuuia iicduuu nnme Mason City Generally fair Monday night and Tuesday Low Monday night in mid 20s High Tuesday in the low 40s owa Generally fair Monclaj night and Tuesday Coldei Monday night and extreme southeast Tuesday Lows Mon day night 25 northwest to near 30 southeast Highs Tues day in 40s Further Partly cloudy and warmer Wednesday FiveOay Iowa For he period Tuesday through Saturday temperatures will average 3 to 6 degrees above normal Normal highs are 36 north to 44 south Normal lows are 17 south Warmer turning colder north to 23 Wednesday o Thursday or Friday Little or no precipitation expected with chances of light showers about Thursday AP Photofax T UUlUIrtX WASHDAY IN MARCH Mrs Harold Nelson New ton solves her washday problem by wearinghip boots while hangingout her clothes Thebackyard of the Nelson home was covered by a vast sheet of ice but the mild temperatures of late posed quite a problem until Mrs Nelson borrowed hubbys hunting boots Airman Sweetheart Hope to Win Marriage Race group of 12 youths headed homej from a party at Conger Minn They were struck by a car driv en by Raymond Lavine 31 Em mons according to of ficers the car plowed into the group of 12 persons as they at tempted to move the stalled car ARDELL is son of Mr and Mrs Melvin Juveland who farm three miles north of Lake Mills Funeral arrangements are incomplete Surviving are his parents and his two brothers Ardell worked on the farm with his father Mrs Warren Ervay 45 Nora Springs died Saturday night in an Eldora hospital of injuries received in a cartruck crash just south of Hubbard Wednes day warm High Tuesday 42 Saturday from Van denberg Air Force Base 170 GlobeGazette weather data up miles north of Los Angeles to 8 Monday Maximum Minimum At 8 Precipitation 36 28 33 American airman and his Faroe Island sweetheart THE SOBRIQUET Mother rcuue isicijiu iwteuieari of is more than pic turesque language when applied arnved herc Mondav to the Red Cross It is as real to Iceland where they hope to as RHyjlhing in this old wed The Red Cross emblem is the one most universally honored ensign Ive seen it in the re motest reaches of the Fiji Is lands and Tasmania Ive seen it in India and Peru Ive seen it in Communist Russia in the very shadow of the Kremlin It would not be precisely cor rect to say or even suggest that the mode of operation is the same everywhere In Rus sia for example here is a closer link with and control by government than would be tol erated in our own country With allowances for this however the Red Cross stood as the one Bespcclacled Walter Bald win 28 Cleveland Ohio told reporters he and Kirsten An thoniussen 20 plan to board the first plane for Iceland where he is due back at the Keflavik Air Force Base by Friday ten shouldJiave set foot on Icelands soil before the end of February He also must get approval of his command ing officer Baldwin neglect ed lo give him the required months notice of intent lo wed The romance began nine months ago in Iceland where Walter is stationed and Kirs ten worked as a nurse Between the Faroes and Iceland there is no regular service so he had to go to Damage as Barn Burns Near Riceville RICEVILLE The Ricevill fire trucks were called out to Funeral services for Mrs Erthe Robert Wagner farm vay will be Wednesday at 2 p miles south of Riceville on the GlobeGazette weather datajing ip to S Sunday j officials Maximum 41 Minimum 9 A NAVY SHIP 900 miles south of the base received faint sig inals from the bullet shaped missile shortly after it was fired Then for hours there was noth Church Nora Springs The Rev Amedee Fredette will officiate Burial will be in Park Cemetery u 1J e r a n countv luie Saturday when the 40 by 60 foot barn burned to the ground Cause of the blaze was not de lermined Wagner had gone to rieral Home in charge 0 mc ctnu yjL 3 Born Evelyn Severson of hay for a pony shortly I he hay mow and down a 20 1912 she was the daughter of Mr and Mrs Edward Sever son Blanchardville Wis The family moved to a farm near Cresco while she was a child marHH married Leroy Er vay June 4 1944 at Mason City seivice iu ue Jiaa 10 go lo rjajes Oj The next plane for Raykja Scotland and board a fishing I ey had llved in Nora Springs oats and vik leaves Tuesday smack bound for Thorshavn smce their marriage Wa the Faroe capital Kirsten met SURVIVING Mrs Ervay are Say before the fire broke out but did not see anything unusual The family was in the yard later and then noticed smoke coming out of the barn Included in the contents of the jbarn were an estimated bales of hay bushels of Baldwins tour of duty ex pires this month He could only hope that Ice landic authorities would have to wink at complicated mar riage laws under which Kirslove race 800 bushels of shelled had sold 60 hogs ithe day before which had been Ihoused in the barn Tuesday morning they will set out for the last lap of the Clear Lake Park Improvements Sought Snow Covers Area ville four brothers Damage was estimated at cals speculated some thing may have gone wrong with the radio equipment in the pound projectile Sunday night the Air Force Ballistic Missile Division re ported Additional study of data received for a nineminute period after liftoff supports the accuracy of preliminary infor mation about launch trajectory and orbit injection Tracking stations have since picked up random signals on the frequency of the Discoverers radio bea Answer Notes of West Decision Is Welcomed NEW SPACE new shape in Americas list of space vehicles is the launch ing of Discoverer I launched Saturday in California and be lieved to be in orbit over the North and South The missile consists of a Thor in termediate range rocket as the first stage and a new Hustler second stage in which the 40pound payload was contained All this the Air Force said ends to confirm that an orbii has been ATTEMPTS TO track tht sa ellite are the an nouncement said Additional ontacts should assist in defin ng the precise Of the random signals re vived so far authorities said he most reliable were picked p by tracking stations at Ed vards Air Force Base Alaska and Vanden con which approximates the Dwight who owns predicted position of the sateland operates the Harrison Dairy in Hampton received the Dis tinguished Service Award from Jaycee President Max Hibbs of Marshalltown SUCCESS STORY Iowa Jaycee A ward to Hamptonite A 26yearold Hampton dairyman Sunday was named Iowas outstandingyoung man Junior Chamber of Commerce annual awards banquet did not think jj foreignmin MOSCOW Soviet Un ion Monday gave grudging ac ceptance to a foreign conference on Germany In notes to the Western pow ers the Soviet Union said it prefers a summit meetingof heads of but is pre pared to agree to a foreign min isters meeting Moscow suggested Vienna or Geneva as a site for a foreign ministers session starting in April and said it should not last longer than two or three weeks The notes suggested that Pol and and Czechoslovakia and East and West Germany attend along with representatives of Britain France the Soviet Un ion and the United States THE FULL TEXT of the notw has not yet been formally re leased But informants disclosed its highlights while British Prime Minister Macmillan and Soviet Premier Khrushchev were meeting in the Kremlin They talked for almost two hours The Soviet note replied to a Western proposal for a foreign ministers conference on Ger many Soviet Insistence on asummit conference had been ever since theWest made ks Khrushchev in his 1 infode eiear isters conference on Germany any useful purpose and that the issue of West Ber lin must be by heads of government The Foreign Ministry told the i ambassadors it would publish HARRISON WON the localjthe note Tuesday at Hampton and Msj The government has name was submitted for statebeen the chief opponent of wide competition by the Hamp ton Jaycees Harrison a lifelong resident of Hampton is married and the father of five children a graduate of Hamtpon High School and attended Cornell summit conference The Ameri can position is that unless the foreign ministers work out an agreement beforehand a sum mit meeting will unduly raise public hopes but will come to nothing Riceville Milford Lawler Er ling Lynwood and Sgt Severson Ulm 1 c Luther Germany Her husband also injured in the crash is in fair condition with a broken thigh brokon arm and facial lacerations Heport hospital Sunday of injuries thing I spotted during my time in Russia Everywhere including Rus sia the guiding light of the Red jn CJSt Money Bill Cross or thc Red Crescent as 7 its called in Mohammedan WES M01NES A bill b countries is to comfort to c jMaicfl m are in pain No qucSfowa Conservation ions are asked concerning mpiovements at state lakes v o blame for the anguish The parks was one of more than lhe lowa Hghway Commisj J Zi ofjISOU Red Cross mission is to assuage90 measures on file in the reported one to two inches Sunday when hislPomt suffering however and whercverjHouse Monday 0 possible car collided with a truck on a highway 30 curve on the east edge of Tain a Alvin Wilson 40 LeClaire farmer who died in a Daven Mount Vernon for BUT PRIME MINISTER Mac The Air Force said the inforone ear Prior to marriage jmilJan was reported deter malion at hand suggests Dis coverer may be circling the earth about once every 96 min utes It said the preliminary data indicate the rocket is about Harrison began his dairy busi ness as a one man operation when he was 21 Today his busi ness isdebt free with a total estimated valuation of He owns the building in which mined in his visits later this month to President Eisenhower and French President Charles de Gaulle to insist that a par ley with Khrushchev himself the only way that might lift 146 miles from the earth at the He owns the building in which was the only way that migl point of its closest approaches offices and complete refrigKhe Soviet threat to Berlin and 558 miles awav at fhp farfh oration c WafnH The Soviets had oriei and 558 miles away at the fartheration equipment is est point The frequency at which Dis two trucks tl The Soviets had originally on Jan 10 that a 28 nation conference be held to HARRISON PLAYED an separate peace treat part in the success of ajies with West and East Ger jwas moved Monday from Ellsuffcrcd in a cartractor acci to Cedar Valley Jan 28 near Eldridge jcoverers radio was supposed to City Melvin McArlhur 22 Walker Droadcast has been kept victimslwho was killed Friday Prompted criticism from512000 bond lssue approvedmany as part of the Soviet plan intermittent rain iwere ja twocar collision on Highway some scienlisls who say thalby the voters of Hampton end the Allied occupation of 11 T 27 of 150 two miles north of Center such information I Construct a public swimming West Berlin when hisPoint have prevented will be opened for The West on Feb 16 rejected vi i a jvsi VJlll IU 111 UIJCO of wet snow in an area north With this by way of ground we are ready now to consider some of the many Ui more than 80 difia line through Sioux City Fortj nt and is the last Dodge Waverly and Osage Maj Vv lend City hadabout an inch tions bills expected to be filed The commission said the snow this session ihad been bladed off the high The bill includes an approj ways but the surfaces remained of for a new slippery with wet packed snow The commission said however the highways cleared up ifrom locating the rocket sliowcr and Clear Lake toilet State splendored things that distinction to the Red niia more specifically the roof Red Cross buifding at A FIRST FACT to he morninp about thc Red Cross is that j stronp winds and intermittent while it has national and world LYRICIST DIBS jrain mixed with snow were re dimensions it is primarily a NEW YORK Gorported in parts of western and neighbor helping ncighborflon 51 who wrote DIP Ivrics for central Iowa j program at the levcJ This many hit luncs died Saturday skics wcre lo be is rcnectcd in the fact that ou after a bnof Hlnoss He wrote dcar and temperatures of this years national goal oflie words for such hits asigcnoraliy warm Tuesdav andi million million is for fimc on My DidiWednesday with North Iowa expenditure by thc local chapjYou Ever Sec a Dream Walkhighs in the low 40s ters like the one in your Chattanooga C h o oi county Love Thy Thc national requirement Stay As Sweet As You would not have to course wouio noi nave 10 uuj anywhere near as large if it were not for Red Cross services to armed forces and veterans This accounts for 37 cents out of every dollar expended Its almost three times as much as the outlay for any other single Red Cross service Thc next largest item for the national Red Cross is its dis aster service Within thc last month weve been reading about it in a number of widely Separated areas floods in Ohio Indiana Kentucky CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 Frey Withdraws His Election Contest SAME irnfflo 34 hnura IOWA iAFKI V I FIGURES COUNCIL BLUFFS Tom J Frcy former state represenl tativc from Kcola said Monday he was withdrawing his election contest now before a House committee Frcy was defeated for reelection by 11 voles by Rep Jack Rooncy DCouncil Bluffs in last Novembers gen eral election He then filed a withdrawing his con oven in case I THE ANNOUNCEMENT Discoverer Is possible orbiting spring peace conference proposal jrison took over the chairman and suggested instead a foreign of ship of the Jaycee sponsored ministers meeting to discuss the came only a short time after Ith6 Army called off for techni reasons the firing of its project after it had once beenKvhole issue of German reunifi voted down by the community cation the West also restated He was instrumental in the its determination not to be driv formation of a community juen out of Berlin saying it could uLiug ui jia jLuiiuauuii 01 a cuiiiiiiunuy juca uut 01 JQCJIIIIJ saying ii coma I moon probe June II rocket at venile delinquency board comfnot accept the Soviets unilater jCape Canaveral Fla prised of himself a school ofjal ending of the World War II j U was he second delay in ficial a minister and a busioccupation two days for the Army shot Theinessman j u first was caused by bad weath1 Harrison was the spark in the in his speech er the second by a lasUminuteorganization of the project week also stuck to the long power failure A third try mjyon occasions has Potion on Ger be made before Tuesday boys and taken them into that it must The Army crewmen to live He has given thcmjbe by the two Ger nd not by AAV I I O O IJLUJJ1 I on a precise timetable missed employment in his business and phanro In firn urifhin in ine their chance to fire within a 10 worked to direct them to a bet I minute deadline Sunday night ter life when trouble developed during Stanley Schoelcrman 34 rur jlhe countdown Before lheyal Everly was named Iowas could make another young farmer for jthe azimuth direction ring at the year jjj I the base of the missile had to jwith full Allied backing refuses to recognize the East German regime to the extent of holding political negotiations with it c MAKARIOS GREETED Bearded Arehbisho would be declared the winner karios leader of the Greek Gypriots is driven through now T do not believe I could do a Nicosia Cyprus packer with his followers the people of 1otlai Makanos returned homo triumphant after helping lo a new peace treaty for the atrifertornisland to compensate forj the rotation of thc earth and imoon during the time lag Foul weather has blanketed jthe Cape for the past four days A steady rain fell for hours jSunday nigh but the skies be gan to clear shortly before launch time NO CHANGE FT BRAGG The of Gen George C p o r t e d un Iwaltamie c nd at 5c wffrta irok jS 5 DWIGHT HARRISON Macmillan told Soviet leaden jin Leningrad Sunday night that jhis talks with Khrushchev while i yielding no immediate results will be of great assistance in the international discussions which must lie I say that these must lie ahead because I firmly believe that the dangerous with which we may faced cannot be resolved witfc out Macmillaa declared BLQRE DIIS HOLLYWOOD IDEric the gentlemans gentleman fe two decades Hollywood films died Sundaynight a attack He was 71   

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