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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 10, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited ETTE HOME EDITION VOL n PTCM The Newspaper That Makes All North ns Neighbors raOLMMWim MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY MARCH It 1951 copy Thl West Cool to New Offer on Berlin Rebels Radio Silent Iraq Revolt May Be Ended BEIRUT Lebanon government reiterated Tuesday it has crushed the weekend na tionalist accused a foreign p o w e r President Gamal Abdel Nassers United Arab stir ring up the trouble The rebels whether by choice or necessity maintained radio silence after signing off at mid night with a final claim to con trol of all north Iraq The victory declarations oi Premier Abdel Karim Kassem Communist influenced regime via Radio Baghdad met no fur ther challenge on Middle Easl airwaves MYSTERY STILL surrounded the insurrection led by Col Ab del Wahab Shawaf in oilrich Mosul Few specific details had been disclosed by either side Iraqs military governor Ah med Saleh el Abdi voiced the charge of foreign meddling in a broadcast from Baghdad advise this country that is cooperating with imperialism to stop spreading lies because these willnot affect the Iraqi he said This imperialist state must know that the peopleand army COL ABDEL SHAWAF of Iraq are determined to pre serve our republic and smash all imperialistic Kassems regime has been at odds with Nasser for months over the Iraqi leaders refusal to adopt a policy of Arab unity along lines advocated in Cairo RADIO BAGHDAD repeated its claim denied Monday by the rebels Radio that LIFE IS JUST A BOWL OF one a recipient of social security benefits the family of Frank Samsel 93 second from stands behind at his Sayreville general store Rec AP Photofax ords show the family to be the largest in the nation receiving social security as a result of their own earn ings With Samsel are daughters Catherine 66 and Marion 65 and his son B Frank 67 Probers Grilling Kennedy WASHINGTON UP The Sen ate LaborManagement Com mittee called its chief counsel Robert F Kennedy for closed door questioning Tuesday about reported efforts to bribe him with offers of political support Kennedy has said he did not report the offgrs 1n the mm mittee or to its chairman Sen ohn L McClellan he oretelling the storyat a news conference in Milwaukee Fri lay KENNEDY SAID then he had rejected offers if political support for his broth T if agree to lay off vitnesses summoned to testify The brother Sen John F Kennedy serves on he commute and is regarded s apotential candidate for the Democratic presidential nom nation in 1960 In telling of the incidents ounsel Kennedy named no ames but said the most seri us attempt came from man He said another erious offer as he termed it ad come from a labor union McClellan and Kennedy de WHITE HOUSE TAKES ON Athletic Club Air WASHINGTON spring confused tourists hunting for White House lawn may found an athletic club instead Peering through the gates a visitor if hes lucky might spot President Eisenhower putting golf balls on his green his grandson David Eisenhower 10 swishing basketballs through a hoop and White House aides smashing tennis balls over a net The putting green and basketball hoop are there now White House press secretary James C Hagerty told newsmen Mon day the President had authorized restoration of some old tennis courts Hagerty said the repairs were requested by tennis en thusiasts on the White House staff He said they would share the smalt cost of restoration More Snow Moves Over Much of Iowa Iowas wintry inues to refuse weather con to make lined to discuss the matter fur ther in advance of the closed hearing SEN KARL E MUNDT R vice of the group told newsmen he asked Ken way for spring as snow fog and Freezing rain moved back into the state Monday night bring ing up to six inches of new snow at Grinnell And the Weather Bureau said more snow is on the way for Tuesday night Up to four inches was expected to develop in western Iowa during the day becoming rather general over the state Tuesday night ending in the east Wednesday morning The bureau said the snow will become mixed with rain in southern Iowa The wet slushy brought about an DCS Moines area snow which inch in the and heavier Shawaf had been killed by his nedy for a detailed report on amounts to the north and east the names places and situations0f the capitol city created some involved He said he tlroughtjbottlenecks on highways ham the information should be madeipering the efforts of basketball public later ifans in getting home from the Mundt and other Republicanlboys state high school tourna Mason City Snow beginning late Tuesday night ending by Wednesday evening N e w snowfall 1 to 4 inches Lows Tuesday night 24 to 27 High Wednesday around 30 Iowa Heavy warning south portion Tuesday night and Wednesday Snow begin ning extreme west by evening spreading over the state Tues day night Wednesday and diminishing New snowfall 4 inches or more southern por tion Not much temperature change through Wednesday Lows Tuesday night 22 to 32 Highs Wednesday 28 to 34 Outlook for fair little temperature change Minnesota Flurries no temper ature change Highs Wednes day 2535 Steering Group Chosen DES MOINES crit icism of the makeup of the House Steering Committee was voiced by Rep Lawrence Cars tensen RClinton Tuesday Carstensen said the committee is unfair to the larger counties in The 18 member committee which has the task of assigning priority to the bills on the House calendar is headed by Rep Neal Pierce Other members are REPS RICHARD Stephens R Don Alien John Baum hover Ray Cunningham Roscoe Greenwood REmer William Johannes DAsh Casey Loss Clark McNeal Jack Milroy Robert Aden RWebster Henry Nelson RForest Con rad Ossian George Paul Samuel Rob inson RGuthrie Gail Rusk Peter Steen busen and Scott Swisher DIowa Majority leader Jack Schroed er Davenport said selection was on a party strength 12 Republicans and 6 Democrats It was the first such commit tee in the history of the Senate Senate Ponders 2 Bills More Money for Space WASHINGTON UPI The Senate completed aclion Tues day on a supplemental Hon space agency appropriation and then studied a fouryear ex tension of the draft The space program authori zation was characterized by Sen John C Stennis DMiss as sound and well It is for the balance of the pres ent fiscal year and would be followed by an administration request for fiscal 1960 of more than million About half of the supplemen tal appropriationis earmarked for Project Mercury the program intended to put a man into space THE HOUSEPASSED exten rion of the draft law appeared certain to win speedy Senate passage It would extend for four years beyond July 1 the authority to draft men in the 18 to 26 age bracket and induct physicians and dentists It also would continue a sus pension of preKorean ceilings on military strength The Sen ate Armed Service Committee approved the administration supported extension Monday al most without change Chairman Richard B Rus sell DGa had favored some modifications in the military reserve program but said a time of crisis over Berlin seemed to be no time to make them FOREIGN The Senate For eign Relations Committee went 195961 period behind closed doors with Act AP Photolax GIVES HER soprano Dolores Wilson has her neck brace removed by a friend Mrs George Durgom before Miss Wilsons appear ance at the New York Metro politan Opera Monday night Injured in an auto accident in January she a substitute for the ailing Lily Pons in Lucia cliLammer Miss Wilson who as sured everyone she was OK barely made it through the show before collapsing She was hospitalized and doctors say she may have reinjured herself Building Bill Signed I nto Law DES MOINES Loveless day signedinto appropriations bill to cover con structi6ri at the three state tax and thre smaller Board of Regent institu tions The law calls for spending at both Iowa State College and the University o Iowa for construction during the ing Secretary of State Christian A Herter for an uptodate re port on Berlin developments and other world trouble spots It was Hcrters first session with the group since he look over temporarily from John Foster Dulles DEFENSE President Eisen hower was reported standing GlobeGazette weather up to 8 a m Tuesday Maximum Minimum At 8 a m THE passed HOUSE a bill firm against Democratic de mands that he cancel scheduled cuts in Army and Marine Corps strength Republican congres sional leaders said there was no evidence that the President had been swayed by the argu ments They said the proposed manpower reductions will pro ceed as planned The issue to appropriate tfluched off a ong Scnate dc meanwhile Construction totalling 250 was authorized at Iowa State Teachers College along with lesser construction at the Braille Sight Saving School al Vinton the School for the Deaf at Council Bluffs and the State Sanatorium at Oakdale The appropriations measure was the first major to be passed by the Iowa Legis lature Loveless indicated Mon day he also probably would sign another bill appropriating for building at Board of Control institutions However any other building fund requests will run into a critical eye Loveless indicated He is concerned over whether the state has the money to pay for much construction beyond the figure without rebel radio in the nortli Iraq oil city of Mosul had it slopped broadcasting about midnight Monday The two sides had kept up a running drumfire of conflicting victory claims Crowds of Kas s e m supporters celebrated through the streets of Baghdad as the government radio blared word that the insurrection had members were riled because Kennedy failed to report the demanded a full explanation Mundt said it was inconceiv able that Kennedy would re fuse to give the information to the committee Mundt said he didnt know that public hear ings would be necessary but he said there certainly should be a public report been smashed THE EARLY rebel broadcasts SlOUX Center made it plain the insurgents A were siding with Arab unity Killed in ACCldent aims of President Nasser of the ORAN7GE CITY county two road United Arab Republic The reb els did not mention Nasser by here name bu they declared tho j d rf Center would undo what they called iftamnn Kassems isolation of Iraq from other Arab countries The rebel radio also blasted the grdwing strength of Com munism in Baghdad govern ment circles AP correspondent Stan Car ter first American newsman to reach Baghdad after the revolt said the Kassem government gave no sign of fearing that the rebellion would spread to the capital There were only a few army units in Carter said and they did not appear to t i Monday afternoon Killed Gerritt Meyer 81 and his wife Hendrika 80 The driver of the other car Dr Arlo Neumann Orange City veterinarian was taken to an Orange City hos pital but was not in serious condition School Teacher Victim of Crash KNOXVILLE Iowa schoolteacher was killed Tties be on special alert GEN PARKS DIES day when two cars collided at the crest of a hUl on a road open only to oneway traffic be WASHINGTON Gen cause of heavy snowdrifts The Floyd L Parks 63 who led the victim was Miss Paulina Stitts first American troops into Bcrworth 55 Knoxvillc a teacher lin at the end of World War the Dallas Consolidated died of cancer Tuesday School ment which ended here Monday night The low temperatures Tuesday morning were from 16 at Ma son City to 32 Council Bluffs Wednesday morning will be mainly in the 20s with some readings in the lower 30s in the extreme south TOT LAUNCHES SHIP for improvements atjbate Mond when revenue sources istatc parks and lakes The LeaderLyndon 34 ion the measure which now goesJohnson announccd that the to the Senate was 8911 armed services preparedness subcommittee would reopen hearings Wednesday on defense 16 18 SUNDERLAND Eng UPI Miss Eugenia Chandris daughter of a Greek shipowner launched an ship Tues day from her high chair The 2 yearold tot pressed a button to send the ship named for her down the ways LOST 5 POUNDS WASHINGTON UPI Mrs Mamie Eisenhower lost five pounds during her three weeks at Elizabeths Maine Chance re sort near Ariz The rested smiling First Lady gave reporters the statistic when she returned home late Monday aboard the Columbine III AP Photolax HEARS OF Gurley Miami Fla said to be the target of an alleged killforhirc scheme planned by his wife listens to a tape recorder ar row which plays back a purported conversation be tween his wife and a detective who posed as a hired killer John Walker a preacher who shared the Gur ley home and was booked along with Mrs Gurley also listens readiness and space progress SPENDING Sen Harry F Byrd said Democratic sponsored airport and housing legislation is outside Congress annual appropriation control and makes a shambles of orderly efforts to keep the bud get in Sherburn Trucker Dies in Accident LABOR Two Republican DCS Moines members of the Senate Rackets Committee called for sweeping labor reforms to bar rashly called strikes coercive picket ing and secondary boycotts Sens Karl E Mundt SD and Carl T Curtis appealed to a Senate labor subcommittee for action Distressed Areas Two big farm groups joined organized labor in backing legislation that CEDAR RAPIDS Tilbury 44 a Sherburn truck driver was killed early Tuesday in a flaming crash in volving two trucks on Highway 30 about 7 miles east of here The other truck driver Elvin Boehm Waterloo escaped in jury He was driving a truck owned by Brady Motorfrate of Troops Issue Restated Reds Blow HotCold FROM OUR WIKE SERVICES of icials said Tuesday they art confident Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchevs alternately hot and cold tactics wont dent the solid Western resistance to hit Berlin demands The Soviet leader in a speech n the Communist sector of Ser in Monday night dropped hit previous uncompromising de mand that Western Allied troops ct out of the citys free We6t ern sectors after May 27 and suggested a minimum of British French Russian and perhaps neutral troops re main in the free HIS ONLY condition ht said was that these troops should not meddle in West Berlins in ternal affairs Washington officials gave the ebullient Russian leader E for effort in his current propa ganda campaign during which in the official view here he is obviously seeking to soften Al lied ranks by first threatening and then cajoling with alleged The officials asserted that his gimmicks were too obvious to do any real damage although they mightraise false hopes in some quarters for a Khrushchevs two cessions1 during his German tour will not fool any Western to authorities although they may confuse public bpihion to some would set up a big program to help the nations economically distressed areas The National Grange and the National Farm ers Union joined the AFLCIO in supporting the point four pro gram in testimony before a House banking subcommittee SAME KHRUSHCHEVS OFFER postpone Hie Russian deadline on Berlin was no concession at all in the view of the partment because the original demand was unacceptable and putting off the dale did not make it more agreeable And his declaration that the Allies could leaye some troops n West Berlin afterit became a free city likewise was dis regarded here Officials pointed out that they had branded the free city idea illegal and no refinements of the proposal made it any more acceptable Allied diplomats inBerlin also were cool to the plan One called it a dangerous trap Others said it was unacceptable n its present form but might ae the basis of negotiations In the West German capital at Bonn government officials showed little interest in Khrush hevs plan In London diplomatic sources nlerpreted Khrushchevs state ment as an indication that the Soviets were keeping a some vhat open mind on the Berlin ssue UNDER OBSERVATION NEW ROCHELLE N Y Rev Dr Franklin lark Fry 58 president of the United Lutheran Church in America was under observation t New Rochelle Hospital Tues ay following a kidney attack Archives Building Said Ramshackle DES MOINES WVThe Iowa Tax Commission is asking the Legislature to do something about the ramshackle condi tion of the State Archives Building In a letter to Chairman Rob ert Maggert RCreston of the House Public Lands and Buildings Committee the commission the conflition of the building is danger The letter signed by all three members of the com mission said WSHcr Coch ranc director commis sions inheritance tax division has ordered his employes not to enter the building to obtain records The inheritance tax division and a number of other state agencies use the threestory archives building for storage of records The tax commission letter said a large beam running the length ofthe building cracked recently and that the floors are sagging and vi brate when people walk on them Maggert said he would in vestigate the matter and dis cuss with his committee what should be done Well have to ask the Legislature for some money to get the building taken care he said It may be it would be more economical t build a new buildingthai U rebuild that old 4   

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