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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 7, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited or if v GLOBEGAZETTE The Newspaper That Makes All North I o wans Neighbors HOME EDITION VOL n frett and United Pnsi Utcroitlonai Full MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY APRIL 7 a Copy PatMr Cotulitt of Two 154 SEEKS LESS ACTIVE ROLE OF PRESIDENT nauer Leave Post BONN Germany IffhChan cellor Konrad day agreed to run for the pres idency of West Germany a decision that means his re tirement from active politics Thesurprising decision was announced by Eugen Gersten maier president of the Bunde stag or lower house of Parlia ment at a news conference Adenauer 83 was known to be fully prepared to cam paign for a fourth term as chancellor at thenext federal election in 1961 He has not been in the best of health recently however and may have decided to bow out of active politics because of his age Gerstenmaier said the ruling Christian Democrats who nominated Adenauer have yet to discuss their choice as Ade nauers successor as chancel lor The post of presidentin West Germany is largely a ceremonial one Adenauers most likely suc cessor as chancellor would be Ludwig Erhard his economics minister E r h a r d emerged with greatly enlarged stature when he refused Adenauers request to accept the presi dential nomination recently The Christian Democrats have been having a great deal of difficulty in choosing their candidate Theodor Heuss who completes his sec ond fiveyear term next July Under German law a presi dent may serve only two terms Adenauer was proposed by a special commission of rank ing Christian Democrats set up to select a candidate for president Heinrich Krone Adenauers floor leader in Parliament told the special nominating commission he felt certain Adenauer would accept de spite the fact the West Ger man certain res Adenauer is the only gov ernment chief in West Ger manys HKyear history The president will be elected at a special meeting of the National Assembly in Berlin in July The Assembly is composed of all 516 members of the Bundestag the lower house of Parliament plus 516 addition al members representing the 10 West German slates That Adenauer would be elected if nominated is a foregone conclusion despite the fact the Socialists have put up their most popular can writerscholar CJarJo Schmid 62 Look Out The Kids Hit Capital White House Among the Top Interest Points By MERRIMAN SMITH WASHINGTON UPI With the coming of spring theres also the coming of children to the White House They arrive during the spring holidays by the thousands traveling in school buses and checking in for one or two nights at downtown hotels six or eight to a room Naturally one of their first ports of sightseeing call isthe White House This wee k with the peak still to come the kids were lining up on I East Execu AP Pbotofax ti v e Avenue more than an jhour ahead of opening time jjfor their brief tour of the SMITH public rooms of the Executive Mansion The nearest thing to an ad ministration executive encoun tered by these youngsters is a White jHouse policeman Most of the officers are old hands at shepherding t ii e chattering youngsters through the ONE MORNING last week a policeman beheld a swarm of young boys in the 8to10 age group all wearing the string lies usually associaled with fan cier dressers south of the Po tomac And what part of the South are you from inquired the While House policeman wilh his best grandfalherly smile New piped up Ihe kids Sam Levenson or Art Linklel ter who have emerged of lale as juvenile experts of the D R Spock magnilude would do well to check with the White House police this time of year on child behavior i FOR EXAMPLE kids from the South som climes will on a group impulse all dress up in Union Army hals just to con found their bus driver from Um atilla Ga Also a bunch of youngsters wearing carnival type hats with their names em broidered on the visors can be counted on to be more fractious TRAPPED Kerran McManus is I caught by the camera in the startled Manus pursued his windblown hat into position of a man who has awakened the middle of Wisconsin in the middle of a bad dream with trafwaukees main street Yes he did make fie coming at him in all directions Meit safelyto shore however GOP Makes Some Gains in Michigan BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Gov G Mennen Williams Democratic forces in Michigan won 9 of 12 partisan statewide education offices in Mondays election The three Republican victor ies represented a fouryear high for the GOP This was the first lime since 1955 hat the Democrats had failed to sweep every statewide elective office Voters started to the polls Tuesday in Chicago Oklahoma and Wisconsin Mason City Considerable cloudiness and cooler through Wednesday Low Tuesday night lower 30s High Wed nesday 4853 iowa Partly cloudy and colder Tuesday night lower 30s north lows from to lower 40s CHICAGO VOTED for a may or Oklahoma decided whether to repeal prohibition and Wis consin in nonparlisan voting elected a Stale Supreme Court justice and other officials None of the jobs at stake in Michigan was basically politi cal but all were hotly contested jby the parties in these offyear spring elections election left the Demo crats in control of all state ad ministrative offices from the governor down and of all slate education boards INDUSTRIAL DETROIT ap parently concerned with uncm south Partly cloudy and mild Wednesday cooler extreme east highs from upper 40s ex treme northeast to lower 60s extreme southwest Further mostly fair and mild Minnesota Clearing windy cooler Highs Wednesday 42 50 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Tuesday Maximum 68 Minimum 44 At 8 a m 46 Precipilation 01 YEAR AGO Maximum 37 Minimum 24 Decker Coast Guard Answers Red Plea for Help KODIAK Alaska HIVA U S Coast Guard cutter slashed through the windwhipped waves of the Bering Sea Tuesday rush ing to the aid of a critically in jured Soviet seaman The cutter Storis left Akun Bay on the Aleutian Island chain on an international mission of suspension at Ihc local plant II Still On First Talks Fruitless Negotiations between Jacob E Decker and Sons manage ment and the Uniled Packing house Workers local bogged down Monday and no end to the work stoppage is in sight The union charged the man agement with an illegal lockout and the management in turn charged the workers with an il legal walkout No further ne gotiation sessions are sched uled Meanwhile the Mason City packing plant is out of the hog market indefinitely THE LAST extended work stoppage at the local plant was a 10week strike in the spring of 1948 Negotiations got under way at 11 Monday and re cessed a half hour later until During the interim the local union had a meeting of its members lie afternoon negotiating ses sion also lasted about a half lour and closed in complete dis agreement Each side issued a statement blaming the ither for the continued work toppage Douglas McMannes local un on president issued the follow ng statement A LONG FOR Hayward wipes the brow of smiling David Niven after they won Academy AP Pliotofax Award Oscars as best actor and actress of the year Both screen veterans and waited a long time for the GIGI SWEEPS NINE AWARDS Movie Veterans Niven Hayward Cop Oscars By JAMES BACON HOLLYWOOD Hay ard who once despaired ver winning an Oscar got one n her fifth try Monday night o did David Niven after 25 of pleasing movie audi BrookJyn born redheac nd he debonair Scotsman won ears nces The THE UNION met with Arm our representatives in an effort to effect a settlement of the mercy to the Soviet trawler Pischavaya Industria located about 100 miles to the north in the general direction of the Pribilof Islands THE WAVES crested 10fo 15 feel high and winds of 30 to 48 than their nonembroidered colployment and a 60milliondollar leagues school bond issue had a big miles an hour lashed the area the Coast Guard said Object of he emergency trip was an unidentified Soviet sea man who fractured both arms and legs in a tumble into the lockout hold of his ship proposed that the suspensions be lifted immediately and that the company agree that in the future it would bargain col lectively with the union regard ing departmental meetings dur ing work days This was rejected by man agement The company did not lift the suspension and the the union is local Armour the top Academy Awards for acting before an audience filled with most of the big names Jn the entertainment i n d u s tr y They shared honors with the movie which won in every one of the nine categories for which it was nominated including best picture Burl Ivcs and the British ac tress Wendy Hillcr won Oscars for best anccs supporting perform ham in I Want To While the picture was being made she told a reporter that after four disappointments Im no longer in the business for Oscars Just say hat I do it now for the money and the joy of doing a good She admitted that Monday nights results have changed her views considerably I thought Clinton Boy 10 Admits He Pushed Tot Into Ditch CLINTON 10year old boy admitted lie pushed a uVe show ended companion into a 2o minutes before its Iwo drainage ditch where MORE THAN 100 big names from Ingrid Bergman to Eddie a nationwide tele vision audience an electronic peek at Hollywoods biggest night of the year The accept ance speeches were so short drowned Police Chief Robert LaZonby said Tuesday The nude body of Bobby Plad na 4 was found in about six feet of water late Monday His clothing was piled ncally aj the side of the ditch LaZonby said the unidentified boy gave Ihis account Miss Hayward enacted the role of murderess Barbara Gra Eisenhowers Fly to Georgia Funspot AUGUSTA Ga and Mrs Eisenhower arrived Bobby were playinghcre Tuesday for a golfing va jcnarguig me jocai Armour whcn lncy lo go lo aication Tnc prcsidcnlial plnnc I management wilh an dump lo gcl III set down after a A roundabout request for aid came from Embassy in Washington to the State De partment That brought a co ordinated effort by the Navy and Treasury Department which has jurisdiction over Ihe Coast Guard British Government Cuts IhCOme Taxes LONDON British administer first aid and then re THE ler to As they were returning wilh thejtwohour flight from WashingT T i Lady leam of Frederick Loewe I had a good chance but I was pleasantly she said And above all thrilled and hon NIVEN WON the top actor award for playing a pathetic womanmolcslcr in Separate 11 was one of the few times in his career lhat he did not play what the trade calls a David Niven Niven said I must say I wanted to win and Im happy I Gigi got Oscars for best picture best screen play based on material from another me dium best directing for Vin ccnle Minnelli besl art direc tion best color pholography best song Ihe title film editing cosUime design and best scoring of a musical picture The music for Gigi written by Hie My Fair manager of Jacob E Deckeri and Sons issued the following they sloppcdal drainion Wilh the temperature at 80 age ditch and Bobby took off statement Management has offered lo lift Ihe suspension of employes engaged in an illegal walkout if y of the union his clothes aged officers will give assurance lhat the em Bobby was standing at edge of the ditch and the older pushed him in He called his brother and then Bobbvs mother was summoned A few ployes will work the I rsminutes later two policemen arj PLAN was for the cutscheduled by management Water meet the Soviet pU Bobby s WITHOUT THIS assurance KO charges were filed against There are bathroom facilities turnout The vote of the heavily I government cut income taxesaljon i imove the seaman for transportmanagement is unable lo purihc boy but he was held by au rtliirn i and Alan J Lerner LERNER ALSO got the award for Ihe best screenplay for Dmitri Tiomkins musical score for Old Man and Ihe Sea also won a top award Ives Ihe 300pound folk sing er look a night off from his show at Las Vegas Flamingo Hotel to pick up his Oscar He u a hospilal at Anchor chase livestock s c he d ul ehhorilies for investigation available for ihc visitors butiDemocratic city might havcJTuosday Chancellor of the An amphibious plane was sfi mcet Its salesi Bobby was the son of Mr andibishop of the Protestant Episco the While House doesnt advcrreached officials r Dcrjck Hcalhcoat meet the cutter at Dutch Hari commitments Therefore susMrs Leon Piadna I pal Church in the United Slates tise the fact They look Hie signs off Ihe doors a year or so ago because loo many tourisls were using Ihe facililies as an excuse to prolong their presence within Ihe hisloric walls The police have found over the years lhat requests to go to the balhrodm in Ihe White House come much more from adults than from the kids DURING THE spring the daily load of sightseers Ihrough the White House between 10 a m and noon runs between 000 and persons a day This time of year and until mid J u n e the crowds contain a heavy percentage of school children The tour of the While House takes about 20 minutes but on extracrowded days the police 1 octlVJ I This would lop the citys prc q vious record of almosl announced a cul in incomef Besides holding slim leads in taxes and beer duties after uni nine of the 12 education a balanced budget withi i 11 iv o i ttai r 1 bor in Ihe Aleutians o take must be continued unj the last leg of y p such assurance is given by i the j With all slaughter operations Democrats also had a bettcria billiondollar surplus Income Coast Guard officers said theistoppccji jhogerson said in an showing in the contests for taxes were cut 4 33 could transswer to a questjon em ployes necessarily will be out f i j 1 11 Michigans Supreme Court per cent from 42 per cent Full House at First Night of Auto Show There was a f u 11 house in the Exhibit Hail at the North Iowa Fairgrounds Monday o t h of sparkling new automobiles and of peo ple The Mason City Auto Show drew a large crowd starling encourage fastermovement ofj with the opening of Ihe doors the lines of tourists some ofl at whom find themselves back ouli The visitors ran their hands on Easl Executive Avenue in over the shining paint on the or eight minutes newest and finest of the auto industrys products and sat in them to admire the comfort and luxury of the interiors They listened to Red Blanchards enertaining pat ter to music by the Dude Ranchers Orchestra and songs by Candy Odom from Sheffield They also watched a clever dance foutine by the Sartor Girls Thc auto show closes at 10 oclock Tuesday evening ferred from the trawler to cut ter by small boat in spite of the heavy the storm didnt get much worse of work within a matter of days Only the cutting and killing de partments are involved in Ihc WASHINGTON UPI The 230foot Sloris is used lo original Walkout TT heavy going It was one of three Workers in those two dei Wllte Housc Prcss Secrctary Coast Guard boats that followedlparlmenls Friday morning James C Hagerty Tuesday a Canadian ice breaker through1 asked management to release thc Arctic Ocean recently SAME 14f them from their jobs for a u ion meeting during the after noon When the management refused to grant the request approximately 350 workers in the two departments walked off the job at 1 GUNSHOT VICTIM ALBERT LEA Minn JA 57yearold farmer from Hart land Tilford Knulson died of an accidental gunshot wound Monday on his farm north of here termed untrue and irrespon sible a CBS radio report lhat President Eisenhower has ac ccpled Ihe resignation of ail ing Secretary of Stale John Foster Dulles The report by CBS corres pondent Dan Schorr was al Iribuled to sources in Europe believed Hagerty summoned news men lo announce thai he had called Theodore F Koop CBS official in Washington and demanded that they CBS degrees Eisenhower told greel ers This is the first summer Ive had this Senior Episcopal Bishop Dies at 72 CHAPEL HILL UP The Rt Rev Edwin A Penick 72 bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina since a sort of Western Big died Monday He was the senior Daddv m The BS Country Miss Hiiler was not in town lo receive her award Earlier she told a reporter by long dis lance phone from London that she couldnt undersland how she ever got nominated She played the lovelorn hotel manager of Separate All you could see of me in the she said was the back of my head Unless they give some award for act ing with ones back to the cam era I dont stand a THE FAST PACE of the pro ceedings with the consequent lime left over caught every one off guard Emcee Jerry Lewis panicked and tried some stalling tactics which appeared inept Nobody seemed to know tfhose fault it was Academy President George Stevens mere ly remarked went so smoothly that we had lime eft He didnt explain why per formers and winners were told up their parts during the performance Hagerty Furious Over Radio Report on Dulles correct this slatemcnt on their Its about as low a form of reporting as I know of to quote reliable European sources he said This is not Reliable sources told the United Press Internalional lhat Dulles now recuperating in Florida from massive ra diation treatment for abdomi nal cancer probably will de cide by April 20 whether he feels able to resume his du ties Thc date is three weeks before the scheduled opening of lire Geneva meeting of for eign ministers on Ihc crisis Over Berlin f   

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