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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 9, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                I North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited far ITV GLOBEGAZETTE Newspaper That Makes All North lowans Neighbors HOME EDITION VOL 97 UM CrtUd Press MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY MARCH 9 19S9 V 7c Copy of Four DIM Nib Uf Rebels in Iraq March on Baghdad One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlotoGaxettB Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO 1380 Sunday WOI Ame MO WTAD Quinejr S30 Thurt WSUI 010 f We Scare Too Easily HEAR SOME df our mtl ancholy columnists and com mentators tell it one might con clude that were in the last days of our republic They compare Russian achievements with ours and almost always to our dis advantage Everythings right in Russia everythings wrong in America In this visit with you Id like to dish out an antidote to that steady diet of utter despondency Theres far more right than wrong with the United States and our troubles are as chil blains are to deepseated cancer when our troubles are set down along those which confront Russia When I came out of Russia after visiting her three mighti est cities Moscow Kiev and Leningrad and filled my lungs witlftae sweet pure air of little Finland I took time out on the Moscow to Helsinki express train to filea dispatch to the newspaper over which I preside as editor One of my lead sent ences was this Communist Russia just doesnt belong in the same league with the United States industrially educationally cul turally or any other AP Pliototax HIGHWAY DEVASTATION The Imperial High way at Norwalk is littered with bodies and brakes failed Rescue workers at left work over some debris after a truck right loaded with migratory of the injured while others lie near the truck and in workers smashed into two other autos when its the foreground Two were killed and 29 injured BERLIN POLICY HUNTED Mason City Mostly cloudy Mon day night occasional snow flurries Partly cloudy Tues day not much change in tem perature highs 3943 Lows Monday night around 24 Macmillan Leaves on Swing to Capitals of Major Allies IT MAY BE TRUE as some maintain that theRussians are closing the vast gap which sep arates them from us If so its only because any progres whatever in such a rudimentarj economy fasRussias would have to be measured against our ma ture economy The distance sep arating us is still astronomical The Kremlin has had enor mous mileage out of its sput niks We lost a race in which we didnt even know we were entered The Commies broke IOWA Partly cloudy a little warmer through Tuesday Low Monday night 2535 PARIS fft Prime Ministe Harold Macmillan Monday faith with scientists from all over the world joined together in a cooperative movement called International Geophysical Year We and the others pooled our information and pulled together The Russians slipped out and en listed the aid of their military to hoist a missile into outer space four or five months ahead of the schedule agreed upon by the others Four out of five people in Russia and the other Commu nistruled nations today are liv ing in what can only be de scribed as slum conditions The people of Russia and her satel lite nations except for the big shots are subsisting on a miser able diet They cried out for decent housing and decent food And what did they get Sput niks You can neither live in nor eat a Sputnik TWENTY YEARS AGO these selfsame crash program methods resulted in a gaudy sub way system in Moscow More recently Leningrad with less FiveDay Iowa Temperatures will average 3 to 6 degrees above normal Monday night through Saturday with gener ally only minor daily changes Normal highs are 40 north to 48 south Normal lows are 21 north to 27 south Precipitation will be generally less than 25 of an inch occurring mostly about Wednesday and Friday Minnesota Partly cloudy flur ries Highs Tuesday GlobeGazette weather data up gan a swing around the capital of his major allies in search o a Western policy to take into negotiations with the Soviets In East Berlin meanwhile Soviet Premier Nikita Khrush o 8 Monday Maximum Minimum At 8 Precipitation YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 39 13 17 trace of snow 35 19 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Sunday Maximum Minimum 31 22 need got an Each even gaudier of its under Iowa Girl 12 Rescued After Falling Into Well LE GRAND Barbara Lawson a 12yearold Le Grand Farm girl was pulled from a 35foot well into whichshe tumbled Monday on the farm of her parents Mr and Mrs G E Lawson The girl plunged into I PrcPar to Legislators Return to Their Desks FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES DES MOINES The Iowa Legislature ended a weeks re cess Monday and got down to Business on its last stretch o he 1959 session The legislators still are con rented by most of the majo ssues facing them when the opened the session in Januarj Money matters will hold th spotlight during most of the re maining six weeks of the session ONLY ONE major money bil has passed the Legislature anc that one which appropriated more than million for build ing improvements at Board o Regents institutions still hasnt been signed by Gov Hersche C Loveless Most of the opening session Monday was spent in conducting routine business THE SENATE passed and sent to the House bills to Control sale of virulent hog cholera blood or virus and place approval for such sales under he director of veterinary medi chev scheduled a surprise meet ing with West German Social ist party leader Erich Ollen h a r and continued talking with East German leaders about the Red campaign to drivethe Western Allies out of Wesl Berlin PARIS WAS Macmillans first stop to report to President Jharles de Gaulle on his talks n Moscow with Khrushchev The prime minister returns to ondon Tuesday night and flies Thursday to Bonn to give West German Chancellor K o n r a d Adenauer a fillin On March 19 threat to push the Western Al lies out of West Berlin But they work out proposals with whichto counter theSo viet threat to write a separate peace treaty with East Germany and give the East German re he arrives in Washington to go ver the Western views with resident Eisenhower Enable firernen and At the end of his tour Mac millan said he hopes the West will have concerted a policy which will be firm and yet flex ible enough to reach a success ful conclusion of any negotia The British French West German and U S governments all are agreed that they must stand firm against Khrushchevs gime control of the Allied sup ply routes to Berlin ONE OF THE biggest prob lems facing Macmillan is th doubt in the minds of Adenaue and De Gaulle about his view on arms reduction in centra Europe At the conclusion of their Moscow talks Macmillian and Khrushchev agreed that nego tiations onreduction of botl conventional and nuclear arms in a zone through central Eu rope might produce a start to ward disarmament This smacks to the French and West German governments of disen gagement the proposal to with draw all forces a certain dis tance back from both sides of the Iron Curtain Both Ade nauer and De Gaulle oppose any such idea IN WEST GERMANY mean while the news that Socialist party chairman Ollenhauer had accepted an invitation to meet Nazi Leader Gets Death Sentence WARSAW Poland facetoface encounter with a Koch was sentenced to death lading West German politician Mideast Tension Revived Revolt Against Kassem Regime BEIRUT Lebanon nationalist rebels claimed Mon day their army is marching on Baghdad to crush lie Commu nistinfluenced government of Premier Abdcl Karim Kassem Kassems warplanes bombed Mosul a major oil center 220 miles northeast of Baghdad that is the seat of a revolt led by Col Abdcl Wahab Sliawaf apparently without decisive ef fect A war of words raged between radio Mosul and radio Baghdad The smokescreen of propaganda veiled military movements but showed bitterly the antagonisms between leftist followers of Kas sem and military men who lean toward President Nas sers brand of Arab nationalism SIMMERING UNREST had broken into open rebellion less than eight months after Kassem led the bloody coup hat killed King Faisal and destroyed his proWestern monarchy July 14 1958 Conflicting claims and coun terclaims alternated as the day advanced Radio Baghdad declared al one time Shawaf was fleeing to ward the Syrian border and of fered for him dead or alive Later it reported lie had been killed by his own men This purported news obviously aimed to dismay Sliawafs fol lowers was accompanied by the reading of hundreds of mes sages pledging allegiance to Kassem SHAWAF HIMSELF spoke over radio Mosul o deny he was either fleeing or dead He taunted the government in a voice strained times al most hysterical We will keep fighting to the end until we wipe out the cor rupt regime and victory will be he pledged He told the people not to be misled by radio Baghdads pro duction of proKassem messages and brushed off the air raid on Mosul The government felt that the end is the colonel said SAUDI ARAUA 200 MttMf ntfWTOtY AP Pbotofax IN NEWS AGAIN Iraq is back in the news again and the blast symbol marks Mosul rebel center which has been bombed by the Iraqi air force Underlined are Kirkuk where army units were asked to join in the revolt and Ramadi which rebels claim has joined them Couldnt Talk for Seven Years Now Shes Junior Miss MOBILE Afa pretty brunette who has been talk ing only 10 of her 17 years Monday wears the title of Americas Junior Miss Stately Miss Judi Humph rey Lewistown was se lected from 10 finalists to cli max the fourday pageant Sat urday night She squealed loudly when her name was called The new queen didnt talk until she was seven because of a vocal chord disorder An operation corrected the trouble and her tireless prac tice brought her the diction and voice that won the spec tators and judges Oliver Strike Ended Workers Win ncrease That is why it tried as a last measure to bomb Mosul with he few planes whose pilots are till loyal to the government ill this pioves that the govern ment is dying and using its last THERE WERE varying Khrushchev caused a sensation ports on affairs within Baghdad It was the Soviet leaders first VIonday for atrocities commit ed while he was Nazi leader of ast Poland and western Russia n World War II The 64year Id Nazi who held Cabinet rank uring the days of Adolf Hitler ad been on trial since last Oct 0 He denied his guilt and said e was not responsible for any f the deaths charged r h VL h H mcn in dtics and toivns over against him by the prosecution catch the morning school bus 8 n00 tn fllll ground stations is a vcrilabl art gallery Both systems ar more spectacular than thi underground system I had mar veled at in Buenos Aires some 15 years ago Here again it was a typically Communist diversionary tactic The materials and the labor which should have gone to giv ing the people of Russia decenl homes and decent food was di verted to the construction of the subway system And the same general obser vation already made with re spect to the sputniks can be re peated You cant live in or eat subways For millions however this much should be conceded The subway stations do provide their only glimpse of beauty in a dull monotonous existence I saw Russian education at all levels including Ihc awein spiring University of Moscow on Lenin Hills overlooking the As the girl walked over a two yearold board lid on the well population to receive full disability if temporarily inca pacitated and defines certain since Adenauers visit to Mos cow in 1955 The West German Socialists agree with Adenauers rejection of the Soviet proposals to drive the Allies out of West Berlin and impose a peace treaty on divided Germany But they fa vor a unified Ger many while Adenauer wants to keep any new Germany firmly allied with the West A report to Beirut said ther were disturbances in Baghdaf streets Sunday in connection with a big proNasser demon stration On the other hand a traveler reaching Cairo from about 20 feet from the house illnesses which they receive in the boards splintered and shejline of duty PASSED AND SENT to the Governor a House measure which would raise compensation of senior state auditors from to a day The House passed bills to Appropriate for pay ment of 139 additional claims under the World War II bonus dropped into it The other chil dren ran to the house yelling Barbara fell into the The LeGrand school bus driv en by Harold Denman arrived at about that time Denman summoned the Le Grand Fire Department Fifteen minutes ater Fireman Fuhrman Parks was lowered into the well and ound the girl clinging to anj nch pipe from ah old pressure system She was in about four feet of vater but said she couldnt ouch the bottom Im s all she said to Parks HUSSJEJN N TAIPE Formosa W King Hussein of Jordan arrived in CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 Taipei Monday and was given a rousing welcome by the Chi nese Nationalists The 23year old monarch is here for an eight day stay before leaving for the United Slates he bill called for a 000 appropriation It now goes back to the Senate for concur rence in the House Amendment reducing the amount Legalize the Cerro G o r d o County election which provided a bond issue to buy and remodel a new county court house The bill was sent to Love less GIRL SCOUT WEEK 5 Lose Lives in Iowa Accidents on Weekend By UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL from injuries She TCCCiVCd HI Two teenagers and a three a crash Thursday yearold girl were among five One teenager was killed in persons who died during the slantly and another falaily in wcekend as a result of traffic jured Saturday when their car accidents on Iowa highways went out of control on an icy The five deaths raised stretch of highway near CJin lowas 1959 traffic death toll ton and wrapped itself around to 106 compared with 116 a utility pole The driver of through the same period a the car Danny L Craft 16 year ago Clarence Egan 56 rural Clinton was killed in stantly A passenger Gary A was fatally injured Sunday Quick 16 Clinton died later when his car was struck by a at a Clinton hospital of a skull NEW YORK na unhurt truck which skidded on the slick highway just inde Dun lap His wife was injured and taken to an Omaha hospital but their daughter escaped tions Girl Scouts Sunday began the 47th observance of Girl Scout week Nancy Rotcrt 3 Detroit University Hos pitals at Iowa City Saturday fracture and other injuries Donald DeRoos 48 St was killed in a twocar crash on Iowa 9 about two miics north of Sibley The driver of the other car Roy L Allen 31 DCS Moines was charged with manslaughter and driving while intoxicated proCommunist and proKassem demonstrations He said the sit uation was very tense Only 165 Votes Cast With the incumbents running vithout opposition irj the school election Monday few Mason 3ityans took the trouble to go o the polls Only 165 had cas heir ballots by 2 That compares with 380 at thi same hour in 1957 but only 54 a that time in 1956 Voting was heavier last year becouse o four candidates for two direc torships With five hours left to get to the poiis Mason Cityans were expected to top the record of 1956 when only 264 ballots were cast the entire day Leslie G Hawkins and Joel F Hancs are seeking election to the Mason City school board No other nominations were filed for Mondays election Voting places and the number of votes cast by 2 are School Administration Building City Waterworks 22 Jourlhoiise 20 M c K i n 1 e y City Hall 37 Roose velt Junior High 20 ga 34 and Madison Echool 8 Deep Snow to Feel Suns Bite Sunshine and rising tempera tures during the next few days are expected to of the heavy snow which blank eted Iowa last week The Weather Bureau said the afternoon readings would be in the upper 30s and 40s the next few days and that the outlook is for temperatures averaging 3 to 6 degrees above normal the remainder of the week The toll of stormconnected deaths has risen to 20 persons Latest reported victim of Iowas worst March storm in more than a decade was Clarence Johnson 77 who was found near his farm home nine miles west of Oskaloosa Authorities said that Johnson apparently died Friday night of exposure The Highway Commission re ported Monday the following ughways in northeast Iowa still closed 38 from Postville to 13 373 into Watcrville and 364 into Approximately 89 per cent of CHARLES strike at the Oliver Corp pjaht ended here signing of a 31mohih contract at li Some members of the United Auto Workers 1315 will go back to work this week The first on he job Monday and by Thurs day or Friday full employment is expected Plant Manager George W Bird saidemployes will be called back in the order of production MEMBERS of local had asked for a 38cent an hour pay raise The final agreement called for a 30cent an hour boost to be reached in less than 23 Ail employes except appren tices are to get three wage in creases of 2 per cent or six cents whichever is greater the first retroactive to Jan 5 an other Jan 1 1960 and the third Jan 1 1961 The contract runs until Oct 1 1961 Employes also are to get five cents more an hour in costof living increases retroactive to last Monday three cents more on Jan 1 1960 and another three cents Jan 1 1961 THE FIRST pay checks fa drawn now will be for at least 12 cents an hour more than workers were getting when the strike began Some skilled work ers will receive larger pay in creases The contract also carries pen sion and insurance benefits agreed upon larpcrs Ferry There were also many oneway sections in an rea northeast of a line through Dubuque Oelwein Cresco Elsewhere highways were normal to snowpacked in places Brand Names Section Found in This Issue Shoppers have learned the value of brand names and many purchases are made on the reputation of a particular brand In this issue the Globe Gazette presents a new service to North Iowa and Southern Minnesota customers of Ma son City stores Many will want to save the unique brand names section for future refer ence when wanting to know which store handles a particu lar brand V the employes who voted on the contract terms Saturday afternoon favored acceptance of the contract PLEASANT WEEKEND WASHINGTON of State John Foster Dulles spent a pleasantweekend leav ng his hospital suite twice for rides through a nearby park He also visited his home later discussed the Berlin sit uation with two SAME IOWA   

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