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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 17, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The Newspaper That Makes All North I o w a n s Neighbors HOME EDITION VOL 97 Associated Press United Press International Full Least Wires MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY MARCH 17 1959 7c a Copy Taper Consist of Two OM m r Stan Firm Pledge En rsed Nasser Nikita in Clash Iraq Cause of Dispute CAIRO Egypt figh between Gamal Abdel Nasser and Nikita Khrushchev was ou in the open Tuesday after a bit ter exchange of words in the struggle for control of Iraq The Soviet premier and the president of the United Arab Republic for the first time pulled off the wraps and ac cused each other of fomenting trouble in the Middle East Khrushchev accused Nasser of stirring up trouble in Iraq in an overthrow the Communistinfluenced regime of Premier Abdel Karim Kassem He proclaimed the Soviet Union on the side of Kassem and warned Nasser that his new policy of attacking Communism was doomed to GRANTING A 550million ruble loan to Iraq in Moscow Khrushchev told the representatives of the Kassem regime You have selfless anc reliable friends who are read to come to your aid any time you are in A bitter retort came from Nasser who until then had con fined his attacks on Communists to Arab Reds and had careful ly refrained from mentioning Moscow We do not interfere in the internal affairs of the Soviet Union or support a faction of it against another re plied Nasser in a statement dis tributed by his semiofficial Middle East News Agency Mr Khrushchevs support of communism in our country is a challenge to the Arab peoples KHRUSHCHEV and Nasse had clasped hands in hailing the July 14 revolt in Iraq thai brought Kassem to power will the assassination of King Faisal and his proWestern Premier ATuri Said They joined in pro claiming the revolution a blow at the West The strain between KhVush cliev and Nasser is the result of the abortive revolt in Iraq last week of army officers sympa thetic to of pan Arab unity Kassems govern ment in Baghdad coming more and more under the influence of the Iraqi Communists ac cused Nasser of fomenting the rebellion Nasser in turn has mounted a steadily rising cam paign against Kassem and his Red supporters Khrushchev in Moscow ac cused Nasser of trying to force and buryin Iraq to join the United Arab Re shallow public Nasser called this charge a distortion of act because we have always announced that our path is Arab solidarity and in order to achieve this there must be unanimous Arab Aussies Russia Renew Relations BROADBEAOL Ausl r a li a and Ihe Soviel Union Tuesday agreed to resume full diplomalic relations nearly five years after a Soviet offi cials defection broke them off Richard Casey Australian minister for external affairs and Nicolai Firubin deputy So viet foreign minister confirmed al a news conference here thalj rclalions would be resumed at Ihe ambassadorial level They were broken off in 1954 after Vladimar Pctrov defected from the Soviet Embassy at Canberra and charged that Ausj tralian Communists and fellow travellers were feeding the em bassy secret information ELIZABETH DUNCAN Mrs Duncan Convicted in Slaying VENTURA Calif W A jury that reduced Elizabeth Duncan to tears when it con victed her of buying the mur der of her daughterinlaw re turned Tuesday lo decide the punishment It has two alternatives death in the gas chamber or life imprisonment But Mrs Duncan still has a plea of in nocent by reason of insanity to be settled before any sen tence can take effect THE 54YEAROLD defend ant smiling and optimistic when the jury filed in to an nounce its verdict Monday took the firstdegree murder conviction calmly at first She turned to her 30yearold at torney son who sat at the counsel table beside her with his head bowed Dont worry loo much she said It was Franks pregnant bride Olga 30 whose murder she was convicted of plotting THEN SHE WAS handcuffed and led back to her county jail cell There her composure cracked She broke down and cried repeatedly The prosecution charged that Mrs Duncan fiercely jealous of her daughterinlaw offered to two minor criminals Augustine Baldo nado 26 and Luis Moya 20 to get rid of the Canadian born nurse Baldonado and Moya con fessed kidnaping Olga from her Santa Barbara apartment last Nov 17 strangling her the body in a I grave beside a couni try road They led police lo j the grave Dec 21 Kill Plan to Trim Vote Age Reform Bills Advanced FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES DBS House com mittee Tuesday killed a pro posal to lower the minimum vot ing age in Iowa from 21 to 18 The Constitutional Amend ments Committee killed the pro posed constitutional amendment to lower the voting age Committee Chairman Richard Stephens RAinsworth said the proposal drew of opposition from older legislators Several more election reform measures proposed by the Iowa Legislative Investigating Com mittee advanced Tuesday THE HOUSE Elections Com mittee approved and placed on theHouse calendar bills for pro viding for full disclosure of elec tion campaign funds a ban on contributions by distilleries and tighter control over voting ma chines Violation of the full disclosure law could subject a candidate to disqualification from an elec tion A bill to lower the minimum ie for buying cigarettes from Would Meet at Summit PRESIDENT POINTS OUT TROUBLE SPOT OF BERLIN AP Pholofax 21 to 18 moved a step forward in the House The bill was sent to the floor by the Steering Com mittee The bill also proposes a onecent a package tax increase for cigarettes The House also passed a bill making it illegal to give away insurance asa promotion for the sale of other articles such as cars The bill which passed 78 22 already has passed the Sen ate but must be returned for further action b e c a us e the House made amendments i REP DON ALLEN RAdel said the bill was introduced after j numerous complaints to the Iowa Insurance Department from people who claimed they did not get the type of insurance that they had expected to get Gov Herschel Loveless mean while appointed Jo S Stong Kcosauqua Republican to a fouryear term on the Iowa Highway Commission Stong 55 would replace Republican Rob Change in Election Law OKd DES MOINES UPI The Iowa Senate Monday gave fina legislative approval to a bil which would make the Iowa Commerce Commission appoin live instead of elective The bill already passed1 b the House now goes to the Gov ernor who has said in the pas he favored appointing the three member commission The Senate okayed the bill 393 It would extend the terms of the present commission mem bers to June 30 1963 At that ime the Governor would select three new members subject to approval of the Senate The new appointments would be for two erl Beck Ccnterville on the commission Stong would re ceive a salary of annually Otiier nominations sent up for Senate confirmation included SEN JIM HENRY son to the Board of Control for at S7rOOO a Adcock 49 a sixyear term ear Homer A our and sixyear terms AFTER THAT the commis sinners would have sixyear erms instead of fouryear terms as at present Not more than two of the three commissioners could be from the same political party Sens D C Nolan RIowa John Walker RWilliams and Joe Coleman DClare op posed the bill Nolan said it was a beginning which would eventually tear down the elective form of gov He added When we lose confidence in the people AN IRISHMAN IT TIS Vanguard Still Beeping WASHINGTON St Patricks Day Van guard I satellite Tuesday completed its first year in orbit The tiny SVipound satellite has transmitted a record of uninterrupted signals of space data in its nearly revolu tions of the earth Scientists say the Vanguards solar batteries should operate indefinitely and the satellite should remain in orbit from 200 to years Scientists listed these among the many achievements of the recordsetting American satellite It showed the true shape of the earth to be more pear shaped with its narrow end toward the NorthPole It helpedmake possible more accurate mapping of Pacific islands It showed that hazards from meteorites are Take Part in Annual St Pats Parade NEW YORK Wi Free and risky Irishmen gathered Tues the St Patricks Day ay for arade An estimated sons and aughters of Erin assembled in 62 batlalions for the Fiflh Ave nue march in honor of Irelands palron saint The old avenue sported a green traffic stripe Police worked all night erect ing barriers to restrain an esti mated million spectators The parade was to last some five as well close up Polk County Auditor to a might i year term on the Iowa Control Commission ai year Mrs Olha D Wearing HOWEVER Sen Frank Hoxie Harry M Hynes a portly rud dyfaced Irishman attired in high silk hat and tailcoat made his debut as producer of one of the oldest biggest and most splendid annual parades in the United Stales Mason City Cloudy with occa sional light snow Tuesday night not so cold low er 20s Partly cloudy and wanner Wednesday high low er 40s Iowa Partly cloudy through Wednesday Scattered light s n o ws northwest Tuesday night and extreme northeast Wednesday Not so cold Tuesday night lows from 13 east lo 28 wesl Warmer Wed nesday highs upper 30s east lo middle 50s west Further More Light Snow Seen Over Iowa Light snow fell in western Iowa Tuesday and was expected lo move on to the northwest Tuesday night and the northeast Wednesday Temperatures dropped to be low zero Tuesday morning Ma son City and Waterloo reportec one degree above and below Dubiique Cedar Rapids above Council Bluffs had a low of 24 above A DEFINITE warming trend wMl evidence Wednesday lowever Meanwhile some highways cmaincd blocked and there vas considerable oneway traf ic on many roads in the north east in the wake of the week nd snowstorm The storm so far has taken iie lives of seven persons The alest known victimwas Louis ogcl 81 of Afton He was ound dead Monday after shov ling snow Authorities halted all highway raffic out of Dubuque for a me Monday night because lowing snow limited visibility bout 50 schools in the Dubuque rca remained closed Tuesday New Report People WASHINGTON men both parlies Tuesday supported President Eisenhow ers renewed vow that we will not retreat one inch from our duty in Berlin But some Democrats ques tioned his assertion that the United Slates now has an ade quate and effective military es tablishment able to deter ag gression The speech won a hearty wel come in West Germany and Britain Elsewhere in Western Europe it received top play in the press although there was no immediate editorial or official reaction MAYOR WILLfE BRANDT of West Berlin said the speech reaffirms our conviction that we can ruly count on our American A spokesman for the West German government in Bonn declared Eisenhower had given a timely warning of possible ca aslrophe while making known lis readiness to negotiate First Communist reaction came from ADN the East Ger man news agency It declared the speech made it plain that the United Stales would not be afraid to unleash a Neither Tass the Soviet news agency nor the home radio in the Soviet Union carried any 8 m e n I i o n of Eisenhowers speech In his radioTV broadcast the President cautiouslyopened the door to a summertime sum mit meeting with Soviet Pre mier Nikita vided foreign ministers some how lay the advance work IMMEDIATE congressional rt aclion however xcenler on his pledge that the United States would fight rather than yield to the Soviet demand that Allied troops leave West Berlin House Speaker Sam Rayburn DTcx said 1 listened in tently to the Presidents speech I trust that his judgment of the situation is The reaction of House Repub lican Leader Charles A Halleck outlook Thursday partlyjbecause of road conditions cloudy and mild THE IOWA Highway Com jMinnesota Mostly fair warmj mission reported the following or TTi Ori c v of Indiana publicans was typical of Re T h e Presidents speech demonstrates his full re alization of the situation and the kind of leadership we This was Die first time in 24juP to 8 Tuesday years thai the cvenl was nol un er Highs Wednesday 3545 jroac conditions data 18 Postville Can not Iry lo purchase I McGregor 52 by forsaking Iwo million GlobeGazellc weather SAME Hastings Democrat to a sixrRshenandoah said il wasjder the guidance of John J year term on the Board of for the people lo de lie Inslruction beginning the qualifications foi uary 19GO Walter W Mocller 59 Bettendorg Republican to a Ihe minor slate The movement for an ap sixyear term on the Iowa Commerce Commission ployment Securily Commission at a salary of a year MYSTERY MISSILE CAPE CANAVERAL Fla W Air Force Monday fired anolher mystery missile on a secret flighl tesl The rocket a solid fuel missile re portedly developed by McDon rcached ils peak last year after the Legislative Investigatin Committee ordered the group dissolved The Investigating Commitlee also found but never con firmed evidence that some commissioners had attempted to influence persons with simi lar names to seek the office IOWA SAFETV DEPARTMENT Aircraft roared up on the During the 1958 primary eight wvi ii FIGLRKSI isecond securitywrapped misiRepublicans entered the race unite flag means no traffic death In r m past 3 hours ision in a monlh Movie Just Too She Has Baby at Home Burns Prove Fatal to Keokuk Invalid KEOKUK UPI invalid LOS ANGELES 38 ycarold woman says she gave birth o her fifth child on a couch in her living room be cause she was watching a mov ieon television and didnt wanll to miss Ihe end Mrs Virginia fell the labor but he was asleep in the next room She fi nally awakened him by pound when she pains starling of a carpenter said It was a good movie and I didnt want to turn it off I feel fine now although I palicnt at St Josephs Hospitaljhad a few uneasy moments Ill jn on hc died Tuesday shortly after shehave all my children that was burned when her clothing Mrs Smith explained Monday Mrs SmiU saici caught fire as she lit a she hadnt called a doctor ucd watching the She was Mabel Johnson 69 a I when she felt the beginning of longtime patient llabor pains They gave me to much anes thesia in the hospital for one of my deliveries so I decided to have the baby at she said She said she yelled for her husband James a little afler 1 she old contin movic Lucky Nick Cain starring including two Tallmans and two Reeds In its report the committee urged a law which would pro hibit anyone from altempting to offer or promise a person money or position to seek of fice Soecialist Called to Treat Graham LAUNCESTON Tasmania W American eye specialist is flying to Australia Friday to ireat evangelist Billy Grahams lefl eye Spokesman Dan Piat said Graham will leave Tas mania Wednesday morning for 10 days rest on the Queensland Gold Coast before opeping his New Zealand crusade April 1 Piat declined to narric the eye specialist but said he would stay with Graham at he expense of Sheahan sidelined by illness A GLORIOUS SIGHT HOLLYWOOD Bros service station washed all green automobiles free Tuesday in honor of St Patrick Maximum Minimum 1 At 8 a m 10 PENSIONS SOUGHT WASHINGTON UPI jlo Highway 18 Iowa 23 EIkadcrjfree pcoplc in Ihe Pres jlo McGregor Iowa 3 from lOjjdent told Ihe nation He charg west of Oelwein to Strawcrj the Soviel Union has delifa jbcrry Point Iowa 3 created a war threat lo Dubuque Iowa 13 from Highjto enforce its Berlin demands Vance Hartke Monday introduced legislation to give World War I veterans pensions of S100 a month JGcorge Raft to ils conclusion an Australian businessman i way 3 lo the Linn County line jlowa 136 Cascade to Dyersville 52 southeast of Dubuque Iowa 193 Jackson Jet lo 18 Highways wesl of a line from Buffalo Ccnler lo Algona Web sler Cily Marshalltown Maren go Iowa Cily and Clinlon were and indicated appeasement would be worse than useless WAR WOULD become more likely if we gave way and en couraged a rule of terrorism rather than a rule of law and or he said Indeed this is the peace policy which we are practically normal with onlyslriving lo carry out through scallered areas of packed snowout the and ice Highways norlh and On the other hand he said east of this line were generally The risk of war is minimized if covered with rough p a c k e d we stand snow Whatever comes he said j The Weather Bureau forccasls warmer weather over the state AP Pholofax TOP 0 THE President Sean T QKelly gets an assist from Francis Cardinal Spell man after starting St Patricks by attending Mass at St Patricks Cathedral in New York OKel ly in this country foV THE BIG DAY met Presi dent Eisenhower later the American people now have and will continue to have a Tuesday night and Wednesday modern effcclive and adequate with nightlime lows in Ihe uplmilitary per teens in the extreme east toj Eisenhower confidently cited around 30 in the extreme wesl I the nations longrange nuclear The warming Irend should plus 41 types of linue on Thursday Ihe bureau missiles either in production or said under development as powerful enough to resist communisms challenge despite domestic crit ics who are irging him to spend more for defense Toll Collectors Off Job on Turnpike NEW BRUNSWICK Toll collectors and maintenance workers walked off their jobs on the New Jersey Turnpike Tuesday in a labor dispute Traffic backed up at exits of the118mile superhighway as supervisory and office help tried o cope with thetollcol lecting tasks The dispute arose in part over had the righl to wear union but ons on their uniforms V Two Jap Soldiers Still Holding Out MANILA w o Japanese ivent into the jungle an effort to get two World War II holdouts to surrender but their answer was a volley of shots The refuge in the jungle of Lugano Island after the end of the war   

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