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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 28, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The Newspaper That Ma kes All North iowans Neighbors HOME EDITION VOL 7 Associated Press United International Full Lease MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY MARCH 21 1959 7c a Copy Piper Contitd of Two Ne HI DALAI LAMA OUT Reds Claim Tibet Victory TOKYO UP Red China claimed Saturday it has smashed an uprisingin Tibet and installed the Panchen Lama proCommunist rival of the rebellious Dala Lama as head of a new regime An order by Premier Chou Eniai abolished the Tibetan government nominally headed by the Dalai Lama Peiping said the Dalai Lama under duress by the rebels tore up the treatj he signed in 1951 with Red China A broadcast by Peiping said the 23yearold Dalai Lama had been abducted by rebels who rose against the Red Chinese overlords last week Peiping charged the rebels had been armed by supplies airdropped by the Chinese Nationalists The supplies included radio equipment The rebels attacked Lhasa on March 19 and were defeated in two days of battle Peiping said It listed rebel casualties at captured The Red Chinese troops seized small arms 81 machine guns 27 mortars 6 mountain guns and huge amounts of ammunition the broadcast said Peiping carefully refrained from assailing the Dalai Lama the living Buddha of Tibetans and the most popular man in the land of the Lamas Ikes Power Growing Not Fading By ROWLAND EVANS JR Herald Tribune News Service never be THE REVOLT was blamed on the Tibetan local government and an upper strata reactionary clique backed by imperialists Chou said the 21yearold Pan chen Lama will be chairman of fore the rather pat theory that a committee set up for what he a lameduck president the Tibet Autonomous re matically loses his influence igion Committees in socalled and power during his last two j selfgoverning regions of Red years in office is now comingiChina take orders from Peiping ANCHORAGETURNS OUT TO WELCOME THE 59ERS 59ers Finally Reach Anchorage under the politicians micro scope with surprising results These results indicate that Dwight Eisenhowers own pow er instead of corroding as the conventional wisdom would have it do may actually be growing If circumstances dur ing the next year or so continue to support this tentative conclu sion then the politicians are go ing to have to rewrite the script EISENHOWER of course is the first statutory President in history No other ANCHORAGE Alaska This booming city Was in coms plete surrender Saturday to a weary but happy of mod ern pioneers who call them selves the Michigan 59ers The 37 men women and children who came from the Detroit area in a trek to a new life on this new states Kenai peninsula rolled into town Friday With them were 7 other pets and 5 strangers they picked up along he way Their 17 cars and 6 house trailers and 2 cargo trailers were packed to over flowing with all oftheir world ly possessions including tools with which to carve a living from the Funloving boisterous Anch orage gave them a welcome theyll probably not soon for get There was a noisy escort from the outskirts of Anchor age to City Hall where the 59ers stepped up a red carpet to a greeting by Mayor Hewitt Lounsbury and other dignitar ies There was a wonderful feast at a modern restaurant and there was friendship all around them The homesteaders will re main together in a coopera tive venture on he Kcnui 224 miles from here They will pool all of heir resources their tools their labor and their yield The 59ers who had been on he road several weeks had the advantage of modern highways but they had more problems with their antique rucks than their ancestors had with the Indians SUNRISE SERVICES Nation Notes Resurrection BY THK ASSOCIATED IRHSS Atop mountains and in glens in the open or within the confines of amphitheaters and churches Ameri cans will celebrate Easter by the millions Most of them will mark the holiday in churches but many also will take part in traditional public observances Of course the day will bring out paradcrs in new bonnets and frocks too and the biggest gathering of these is on New Yorks Fifth Avenue Fair weather is expected over most of the nation One of the great outdoor observances be the sunrise service in the Hollywood Bowl There some per sons are expected to hear sermon by Secretary of Agri culture Eira Taft Benson one of the 12 apostles of the Lutler Day Saints Church In Oklahomas Wichita Moun tains near Lawlou other thou sands gather for a similar ob servance Other dawn or pre dawn services arc scheduled for But the broadcast made it clear that the Chinese Red mili tary will be in charge PeipingL said a military control tee was set up in Lhasa Monday and other cities and areas had been placed under firm control of the Red army THE DALAI LAMA presum ably is with the rugged Kampa tribesmen who have been in re volt against the Chinese Reds for three years Peiping radio in announcing the shakeup acknowledged for president has ever been under the first time the Tibetans had legal prohibition to run for a rebelled against heir Red mas third term Hence no other president ever could have been quite so liable to the second term loss of executive influence and power as he But what is ters Chous order emphasized that while the Dalai Lama is under duress by the rebels the Pan chen Lama will act as chair asterthe Prince Boston Protestants aboard the USS Constitution at a Naval dock there ror Moundsville at the site of Indian mounds where early American tribes once gathered for In dianapolis 300 choristers will grecL the sunrise in Monument Circle AT SIERRA MADRE Calif ithc Youth for Christ movement will hold dawn services benefit a canopy of Wisteria blossoms President and Mrs Eisenhow er are spending Easter weekend at their Gettysburg farm The traditional Easter egg roll on the While House lawn will be deferred to Mone1 ay Hearing on Collision to Begin f is risen In New York Radio City Mu sic Hall will be transformed by lighting and other stage effects into a giant cathedral for the Protestant Councils The Glory of Easter service In southern Illinois there will be a nondenominational ground breaking ceremony for a 111foot lighted steel cross to be Installed atop Bald Knob hill the recordtending to show j man of the preparatory commit It shows that Eisenhower lor tne Tibet Autonomous getting his way with the heavily Democratic Congress these days to a surprising degree that the Berlin crisis has exposed a lever of power that he is ex ploiting to the fullest that his popularity has been on a steady increase since last November and that his standing as tire na tions foremost military hero has not been tarnished in the slightest defense and budgetary critics in Con gress IT MAY BE argued that the President is simply exerting himself more than ever before in such a way as to offset the natural loss of influence that would have ensued if he had kept a steady pace or it mayjlowa will be a pleasant day with be argued that the departure ofconsiderable sunshine andmild Sherman Adams pulled thejlemperaliircs for churchgoing shield away from the Prcsidentjand displays of Easter finery Reports from India said Pre mier Jawaharlal Nehru is un der increasing pressure at home land abroad to take up the Tibet an question with the Peiping regime in an effort to deter mine just what are its future plans for Tibet Mild Easter in Store for Iowans It looks like Easter Sunday in and engaged him personally in executivecongressional relations The Weather Bureau said Sun day afternoon temperatures as he has not been engaged bewould be in he 50s and lower fore 60s Granting all this thoughtful Republicans iere are neverthe convinced that Eisenbow less ers influence is higher now than it has been in a long time and that on he two key issues and the has taken the offensive and means to hold it fowa Partly cloudy and a little warmer Saturday night and Sunday Low Saturday night Highs Friday ranged from 42 degrees at Dubuque to 52 at Council Bluffs and Burlington Mason City had 43 The readings dropped below freezing in aU parts of the state Saturday morning Lows ranged from 26 at Dubuque and Mason ity to 31 at Council Bluffs The outlookfor Sunday morn ing is for lows from the 20s in the north to the mid 30s in the south Tractor Overturns Boone Man Killed BOONE ijfi William J Gil jliam 40 Boone was killed instantly shortly before noon Friday when a tractor he was 2530 north 3035 south Highs driving toppled over on him Sunday near 50 northeast to Authorities said the accident oc lower 60s southwest Further mild Monday cloudy and Mason City Partly cloudy and little warmer Saturday night and Sunday Lows Saturday night 2530 Highs Sunday 50 55 curred as he attempted to puli his car out of mud in a lane al ihis new home eight miles south west of here Minnesota Fair and Highs Sunday 5363 warmer GlobeGazette weather dala up to 8 Saturday Maximum 43 Minimum 26 At 8 32 SAME NEW YORK tanker Valchcms skipper claimed Fri day he was hove to in thick fog when his ship was rammed by Ihe Luxury liner Santa Rosa Both vessels were itsing radar and he said both were sounding for signals Capt Louis L Murphy 33 told newsmen when his smashed tanker reached here under tow The Santa Rosa kcpl coming and hit us on he port left side near the stern speed We were stopped in the water when she His statement was in direct contradiction o the prior an nouncement by the Santa Rosas captain and owners the Line that the Valchem crossed in front of the liner in perfect weather On the contra Murphy contended it was he liner that improperly changed course The disagreement foreshad owed a stormy hearing when the Coast Guard opens an in A CrOWd into the crash next Mon day Four crewmen of the Val chem died in the collision early Thursday 22 miles off Atlantic City The Valchem her is expected MOUNTAIN amp hithtater will setting for service Tor some near Coloradi Springs and Denver Colo During the week a helicopte lifted a new cross to the sum mil of Ml Rubidoux near River side Calif II will be in place in time for Sunday services re placing one burned last fall by vandals Methodist Bishop John Wesley Lord will conduct services for more than worshippers at the famed Cathedral of the Pines a national arboreal shrine for all faiths near Rindge For the 18th Easter in a row Marion will stage a com munity pageant and thousands are expected to mark the holy day at services atop Mt David son at San Francisco and Half dome in Yosemile National Park Crash Injuries Prove Fatal to Goodell Driver GOODELL Mcnno Frohling rawer knocked out her stern cut almost in half and her fun nel missing was towed into a Brooklyn Pier during the day The Santa Rosa had made it to ort under her own povVer Thursday night Pick Conway to Head Iowa Bar DES MOINES F lonway Osage has been nomi ated for president of the Iowa 3ar Assn for the 195960 year was announced Saturday lie would succeed L L Cor oran Sibley Conway a native of Garner as practiced in Osage since 931 after graduation from State niversity of Iowa Formerly a icmber of the associations oard of governors Conway is 73 Goodcll died early Saturdaya past president of the Mitchell at the BelmondCommunily Hos J pital Death was attributed to injuries received a week ago when the car he was driving was struck at a crossing near here by a Rock Island freight engine Frohling was born Aug 4 1885 in Pleasant Township Wright County He had retired from farming three years ago but still lived on his farm east of town Survivors are his wife four daughters Mrs Harry Esther M a n n e n g a Mrs Kenneth Ruth Jcnison and Mrs Lloyd Erma Cunningham all of Bel mond Mrs Royce Mildred Tomson Waterloo and 11 grand children Funeral arrangements are in complete at the Johnston Fu neral Home Belmond Two Killed in Auto Accident STRAWBERRY POINT UP A Wisconsin man and an Illinois voman died late Friday in the crash oftwo cars at a curve on Highways 3 and 13 a mile and a half south of here Killed in the collision were erle Huntington 61 Darling on and Mrs Lora Mc Donald County Bar Assn and a promi nent speaker and civic worker The associations board of governors also nominated Hearst R Duncan Des Moines for vice Duncan is the father of Iowa AllAmerica football star Randy Duncan CARL CONWAY HARDING DIES PHILADELPHIA UPI Matthews Harding 76 one of the nations noted mur alists died onThursday at hia dome in Wynnewood Pa   

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