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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 27, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for HOME EDITION VOL t7 Thr Newspaper That Makes AM North I o wans Neighbors v 4 Uvlttd btmuttou Full LMM WirM MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY MARCH 37 IWf 7e Copy Two 141 Reasons Behind Summit Reds Forced Us Into it By MARGUERITE HIGGINS New News Service WASHINGTON The last time he worlds leaders trekked up the slippery slope to the sum mit in July 1955 Russias f Nikita Khrushchev then the powerful leader of the Com munist Party hailed the results in these words The Geneva Conference was of historic significance Its distinctive feature was the spirit of cooperation and mutual Then in the name of mutua trust and the spirit of Gene the Russians promptly pro ceeded in the course of the nex few months and years to make their secret arms deal with Egypt to put down the Hun garian rebellion to begin diplo matic blackmail in the form o threatening letters sent individ ually to members of NATO with the warning that Russias rockel superiority could be invoked if they didnt do as Moscow thought best MOST CRUCIAL of all thty reneged publicly on every ma jor agreement made at Geneva including that of reunification and free elections for Germany They also threaten to break their pledge on Berlin Nowonder the West has hesi tated to be caught once again with its suspicions down Now that the Western powers are again headed for the sum mil the crucial question of course any kind of solid edifice be built on this rubble of broken agreements And if not why go to the sum mit at all THE HONEST reason why the West is once again going to the Hail Senates Move on House OK Ex DES MOINES UPI Iowa House leaders Friday expressed general satisfaction with the legislative renpporlionment plan passed by he Senate but showed no desire to rush the proposal through he lower chamber Rep Clark McNeal RBcl he majority floor lead in the House said most of next week would be spent in committee study of all reap portionment proposals We might be ready by the middle of he week to set a time for debate but I dont think it will come to a debate until he week after McNeal said DESPITE THE probable de lay McNeal said ho was confi dent both houses of the Iowa Legislature will pass a reap portionmcnt proposal It took the Senate two days of bitter debate before it sifted through seven plans and finally chose one sponsored by Sen W C Stuart The final vote Was 3711 Thursday The plan called for reappor tioning the Senate on the basis of area and the House on a pop ulation basis There would be 53 gftnajnrsiinrier thp plan and approximately 118 representa tives ALMOST LIKE PIONEER DAYS lights no heat and worst of all no television Terry Lee Smith 8 son of Mr and Mrs Robert Smith Plymouth Road is forced to do his homework by kerosene lamplight after power lines parts of North Iowa were GlobeGazette photo by Musscr snapped by Thursdays ice The kerosene burn er at right was used for both heat and cooking But young Terry seemed to resent the blank TV screen most of all Ice Damage Repair Big Loss to Phone and Power Lines Electric service cut off fror many homes in parts of Maso City and the surrounding are by ice and high winds whic snapped power lines was bac to normal by Friday morning A bright sun quickly thawe the thick ribbons of ice cbatin wires and transformers summit is a simple one i Interstate Power Co repai The Russians have us in an crews were on the job until th exposed geographical positionwee hours when the trouble in West Ber lin with the result thaJihe use of force to main tain our rights could lead to a h y d r ogen war And be fore the peo ple of the West can be led to fight a war over Ber HIGGINS lin or even to shoot over Berlin they must be convinced that all other avenues have been ex hausted And that is why one more last round of negotiations must be tried even if the pros pects of success are almost nil And this last comes to the crux of the reasons why the United States has with good rea son been reluctant to go sum mitteering once again The argument is that a pros caused by the Thursday storm were substantially cleared up Leslie G Hawkins manage of the utilitys Mason City Dis trict said that wires were down in 150 locations in the area IN MOST CASES where wires were snapped icecoated tree limbs blown down by the wine were responsible Hawkins noted Rapid progress also was being made in reconnecting severed telephone circuits Northwestern Bell Telephone Co crews from many parts of Iowa were sent to Mason City to help in the repair The heavy ice coating the wires rocked in Thursdays high winds and broke some 150 poles like toothpicks Longdistance phone service between Mason City and 12 other North Iowa communities If Weather Is Nice Mamiell Wear Violet NEW YORK UPI Mrs Dwight D Eisenhower plans to wear violet in the Easter Parade if the weather is nrce who makes most of the First Ladys hats said Mrs Eisen hower had selected a small off face beret covered with violets and with moss green velvet trim for wear Sunday in Gettysburg That is if the weather is said Mrs Victor who flew to the White House Thurs day with several Hat samples for Ihe Finl Lady to look over The floral beret with the violets set on anet base will go with a lavender costume of dress and jacketdesigned by Motlie Farms of New York Mason City Mostly fair Friday night and Saturday Warmer Saturday but little tempera ture change Friday night Lows Friday night 25 to 28 High Saturday mid 40s owa Generally fair Friday night and Saturday Warmer over most of state Saturday Little temperature change Friday night Lows 20 to 26 northwest 26 to 32 east and south Highs Saturday 40s north 50 to 56 south Further outlook Partly cloudy and mild Sunday Willson to Get Honorary Degree at Coe College CEDAR RAPIDS UP Mere dith Willson composer of the Broadway hit The Music was one of six persons named Friday to receive honorary de grees at the Coe College com mencement June 7 Willson will receive an hon orary doctor of music degree Others to be honored are Attorney JohnD Randall Cedar Rapids presidentelect of the American Bar doctor of laws Louis B Wright direc or of the Folger Shakespeare Washington D doctor of humanities Libbie H iyman research associate at the American Museum of Na Good Friday Observed by Christians BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The faithful of the Christian world followed the Way of the Cross on this Good In the Jordan section of Jeru salem pilgrims and tourists of many lands attended services at the Church of the Holy Sepul cher Hundreds toiled up Jeru salems narrow streets on the way to the Cross on Calvary where Jesus Christ was cruci fied Tencbrae services marking lie death of Christ drew thou sands of pilgrims to St Peters in Rome Pope John XXIII aft er taking part in services at Eomes finished Santa work Croce Church on his Easter Skate in 2nd Jaunt Under Pole FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON The Navy announced Friday that the atomic submarine Skate has made its second trip beneath he North Pole and broken all previous records for time and distance in polar operations un der the ice The Skates crew scattered the ashes of the late polar ex plorer Sir Hubert Wilkins into the blowing snow during the 12 days the submarine spent in the ice area THE SKATE completed its second voyage under the Arctic ice to the NorthPole at CST Thursday the Navy said During its first polar cruise last year the Skate was in the permanent ice area and 14 hours during which it sur faced nine times in ice Skippered by Comdr James F Calvert he submarine logged miles in 12 days in the per manent ice area IT SURFACED 10 times once exactly at the North The Skate carried a crew of AP PhotofaK READY TO GO Chattering Sam Space one of a small group of monkeys being trained to blaze the trail into space is strapped into a train ingdevice at theAir Forces School of Medicine iii Texas Sam is expected to be one of the first animals o go up in this countrys rapidly expand ing space experiments Before the reapportionment l would go into effect the plan would have to pass two consecu tive sessions of the Iowa Legis lature and then in by the people It wouid be 1963 at the earliest before the Legisla ture would be redistricted IOWA HAS NOT bid thor ough reapporlionment of the representation in the Legislature since Rep Scott Swisher DIowa the minority floor leader said the Legislature appears t be down to business this session in its drive for redtstrict ing Both political parties have backed reapportionment Rep A C Hanson RIn the chairman of the House Reapportionment Com mittee said the Stuart plan was fundamentally Hanson was a member of the Gover nors Action Committee on Re apportionment He said Stuarts plan con tained many elements of the committeesplan Frank Nye Cedar Rapids a newsman as well as the chairman of the governors committee said the Stuart plan reflects a lot of good work by the committee NYE personally was cut by the storm Service Fiveday Iowa Temper a lures Lural History New York City to the world Saturday night Good Friday services were held in thousands of Protestant and Roman Catholic services in all Christian countries American evangelist Billy Graham delivered a Good Fri day message to persons standing in the rain on a beach at Broadbeach Australia Lion Recaptured in Lobby of Garden was to be restored however pcct of a summit meeting raises in the minds of the Wests wish ful thinking multitudes the hope of swift and easy solutions And for the Democratic leaders the pressure of this hope creates a compulsion to make a show of an agreement to please a pub lic not yet educated to realizing that the true genius of states manship is the art of saying no at the right time and the right place to wrong proposals BUT NEED the public neces sarily generate such pressures by Fiiday afternoon according to Stanley L Reynolds local office manager ALSO PUT OUT of order fay storm damage were 331 tele phones in the city They too were mostly back in service Friday afternoon Sibley reported the heaviest snowfall with 5 inches Spencer Since even the surely there has last Geneva been enough was hit by 4 inches while Ma son City had about 2 Bedford and Boone got more than 2 inches of rain The heavy precipitation in creased the threat of flooding will average near normal of science urday through next Wednes day Normal highs are 48 north to 55 south Normal lows am 26 north to 31 south Warmer first of period with little change thereafter Pre cipitation will average 10 to 30 of an inch occurring as rain or snow Tuesday or Wed nesday Minnesota Fair and warmer Lewis A Briner Philadelphia secretary of the department of vocations and inservice train ing for the Board of Christian Education doctor of divinity John A Kennedy Coe graduate and editor publisher of the Sioux Falls S D ArgusLeader doc tor of literature FROST IS 85 NEW YORK Robert 106 The first submarine to cross the North Pole was the nuclear powered Nautilus but it did not surface there The Nautilus tra versed the Arctic Ocean from the Pacific to the Atlantic last August and was at the pole un der the ice on Aug 3 Arcadia Pair Die in Auto Accident SIOUX CENTER OB Mr and Mrs Frank H Jans Ar cadia were killed Friday in a collision of their car and a truck at the intersection of Highways 75 and 10 about five miles south of Sioux Center Jans was 70 and Mrs Jans 61 The truck was driven by Lloyd Punt Sioux NEW YORK WVPcanuls pink Center He was brought to a Damage as Flames Wreck Albert City Firms ALBERT CITY spectac ular fire which swept through three business buildings caused alarm in this northwest Iowa town night while it was isolated by an ice storm that crippled its telephone sys tem The fire started in the Bau man Implement Co which oc cupied a twostory structure and Frost fourtime Pulitzer prize h i s 85th dramatic education such as Russias brutal action in Hun gary to convince most that Russian demands like their ac tions are usually outrageous and that it is better to fail than to make disastrous agreements This certainly is the only ap proach that appears able to keep the forthcoming summit along smaller streams in cen tral and northeast Iowa The Iowa River rose more than 2 feet above flood stage at Mar shalltown Thursday night The highway was open to oneway traffic north of Marshalltown The weatherman meanwhile was predicting pleasant weather for Easter Highs Saturday in 50s winner celebrated GlobeGazette weather data birthday Thursdav up to 8 Friday Maximum 33 Minimum 20 At 8 29 Precipitation 2 snow YEAR AGO Maximum 50 Minimum 24 inadvcr Barnum and Madison a lion loose The latter was tenlly served up to about persons attending a dress re hearsal Thursday night of the Ringling Bros Bailey Circus at Square Putting on an impromptu and terrifying act for about 10 minutes was Ponlo heavily maned 800pound lion said to be one of the largest of his species in captivity He was finally recaptured in the lobby No one was injured on thehospital here but his condition was not serious The Janses were alone in the car returning homefrom a visit with rela tives in South Dakota Burns Prove Fatal to Aged Iowa City an IOWA CITY MVEdward X Boyles 87 retired Iowa City businessman was burned fatal ly in a fire at his home Thurs day night spread to a store and the Jack Sprat Food Store housed in adjoining buildings The interiors ofall three were burned out and only the shells of the store buildings were left standing Tlic volunteer fire department had to dispatch messengers to nearby towns for help but aid came in time to confine the blaze to one block in the busi ness district Total loss was unofficially es timated at more than TORNADO STRIKES PELHAM Tenn UPI A small tornado rippecl through here Thursday night tossing a fertilizer truck feet down a road No serious injuries were reported but damage was re ported extensive encouraged by the Senates ac tion McNeal said he felt the Leg islature would stay at a reapportionment proposal passed both houses of the Gen eral Assembly Even though the proposal doesnt come up for a vote next veek there is little chance it vill be lost in the rush toward adjournment t h e House agreed to keep reappor tionment at the top of its debate calendar Because of the House action in making reapportionment a special order of there is no chance the proposal will be lost in committee Under regular rules a powerful sifting committee which will deter mine which bills even get to the floor would have gotten the re apportionment proposal BUT McNEAL said action earlier takes reapportion ment out of the hands of the sifting committee Therefore whether the bill comes up for debate next week or not isnt important The House is sure to consider it be fore adjourning for good late next month Soon after the Senate passed the reapportionment proposal Gov Herschel C Loveless con gratulated the upper chamber for its action He said the Senate took the first step in what could be the most forwardlooking progres sive legislation in the recent his tory of Loveless said the bill goes most of the way to ward eliminating secondclass citizenship inIowa IOWAN KILLED HAMPTON Neb young Iowa man was killed Thursday i night when his car went out of control on U S Highway 34 exercise from evolving into a plain he wont recede from hisjabout 2 mjles b dangerous fiasco determination to drive the trouble is that Westerojfrom The leaders seem to feel compelled to justify going to the summit by pretending that they spy some hint of reasonableness on the part of Premier Khrush chev But isnt it conveniently enough far more to our advan tage to proclaim the unvar nished truth which is that every piece of evidence available every word uttered by Khrush Berlin consolidate the status quo in East Europe and then proceed to the next goal of West Europe he has conceded that he might go after his goal in a more gentle gradual way if the West will just be a sport about it and ac cept the inevitability of its de dine and Perhaps Khrushchevs ambi tions are so outrageous that it chev himself shows the oppomight not hurt anyone but the site As one German diplomat put it Khrushchev has made it Russians to go to and make this clear to the rest of the world 20 Pocahontas SAME OOWA SAFETY DEPARTMENT FIGURES HAS EASTER ALL SEWED ensembles for 13 for a total outlay of Thomas Brennan Chicago poses with his wife and 11 children whom he decked out in new Easter suits A plumber AP Photofax who likes to sew as a hobby Brennan started working seven months ago on the project and now is all ready for Sunday The children range in age from 6 to 19   

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