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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 9, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for The VOL n United Full i CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Newspaper That Makes All North lowans Neighbors MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY APRIL 7o eeniuu HOME EDITION Purifying Language Difficult Day of Pure French Falls Short of Goal By CUTLER New York Herald Tribune News Service PARIS week came the great day when French newspa pers were to be written in pure French without the careless use of words recently borrowed from other languages mainly English The idea originated with the Office of French Vocabulary a private group devot ed to the defense of its countrys beloved language The groups volunteer agents had been alerted to scan all French dailies on the day and after thorough study a c u p will be awarded to the paper which committed the fewest offenses OYF denies that its members are purists opposed to any evo lution of the language But it fears that unless a counterat tack is launched the language of diplomacy will be swamped by such intruders as strip pipe and gang AS A GOOD neighbor the Eu ropean Edition of the New York Herald Tribune read its Par isian colleagues and respectful ly submits to the savants of OVF these findings Either because of a drop in the crime rate or careful work by editors the words holdup and gangster were strangely absent from the Paris press Unfortunately one journal did have a sad story about le pick pocket who chose as his vic tim a prefect of police Two mass circulation news papers used headlines to de scribe Christine Jorgensen as an exGI who wanted to get married after a change of sex On this of all days Christine should have been an ancien AN INTERESTING article on Iart du rock n roll was found not far from a review of un western was about deux gangs and seemed ex citing A story about a female radio announcer called her a sexy speakerine and her pho tograph showed that this de scription was apt The Communist daily LHu manite fumed at Jes capital but this was permissible since it is a French word It slipped up however about le matchmaker trying to bring two fighters together and in a report about goings on au music Frances most illustrious daily Le Monde made a game try for the cup Its diplomatic correspondent talking about the Atlantic Alliance used the words standing bul carefully explained the term in French LE MONDES economic writ er let down his guard and men tioned le blackout of finan cial news On the page written DISH FIT FOR A KING Five and twenty black clarinets serve as candle holders on a huge cake dished up for celebration of Benny Goodmans 25th year as a bandleader Helping Goodman the king of cut the cake at New Yorks 21 Club are three of his yo AP Photofax calists past and present They are left to Donna Musgrove his current singer who attends Iowa State Teachers College Peggy Lee whom he discovered in the 1940s and Helen Ward his first vocalist back in 1934 21 SERIOUS ILLNESSES FOUND Health of Doctors Not Too Good Either Convention Tests Reveal SAN FRANCISCO fl Twentyone cases of serious or potentjafly serious illness have been uncovered among the first 350 doctors to sub mit casually to free physical examinations while attending the American Avademy of General Practice convention here These findings Were made by a group of physicians and technicians in the first large scale undertaking of that na ture by the academy The convention and the proj ect have one more day to go so the final figure on unde tected ailments among the doctors will be somewhat higher n about 40 jnNiauttii the doc tors get checkup thaJKwjtold take 3 to 4 days to complete for a pa tient in ordinary practice The ordinary patient would have to pay about for the job Its free to the doctors The physical examination center is manned by a volun teer staff of 140 nurses and technicians Ten to 15 exam ining doctors from a volunteer staff of 70 are on duty A layout of the latest in laboratory and testing equipment including electron ic blood counters and on the spot Xray reading makes possible the immediate re porting of findings Twelve electrocardiographs are used for heart studies A cardroJo gist analyzes their records DP John D Humber of San Francescos Southern Pacific Hospital is the centers direc tor He reported these 21 cases of serious symptoms discovered in the first 350 checkups Four cases of glaucoma a dangerous pressure disturb ance of the eye One rectal cancer Three enlarged livers On abdominal mass requir ing more checking Ten suspicious chest Xrays other than tuberculosis Two urgently suspicious chest Xrays calling f o r prompt diagnostic check Frank Lloyd Wright Genius of Architecture Dies at 89 PHOENIX Ariz Wi Frank Lloyd Wright 89 colorful and TK in I Mite Too Dramatic FAIRMONT Minn was MORE ARMED KURDS ARRIVING Reds May Use Force in Iraq By WILLIAM L RYAN WASHINGTON Com munist attempt to seize con trol of Iraq by naked force has become a distinct possi bility If thai happens something in the nature of another Korea also is possible The threat of a Communist coup in Baghdad becomes more real with persistent re ports of an infusion of armed Kurds from the Soviet Union plus an Iraqi decision to arm civilian units known as the Peoples Because Iraq has no bor ders with any Communist ruled country a forcible Red seizure of its government would be a departure from past practice Up to now armed Communism has not leaped over land barriers But the elements for such H leap arc present Also present are the makings of a situation not unlike that in Korea nine years ago Troops of G a m a 1 Abdel Nassers Arab Republic ac cording to Turkish reports already have taken up posi tions in northern Syria near the Iraqi frontier Shammar tribesmen who supported the recent proNasser revolt in north Iraq and as a result had to flee the country are re ported mitssed in an area roughly 50 miles from the Iraqi border The fierce cold war between Nassers and Ih e Iraqi regime of Premier Ab dcl Karim Kasscsn could eas ily turn into a hot war even a Moslem or holy war A military clash could be a prelude to an attempt by pro Nasser forces to install a rival government in Iraq The spark for the clash also could be a Communist take over in Baghdad The tools for the takeover could be leus of tough heavily armed Kurds from the and the street militia made up of what the Arabs call the Mu quwamah al ShaAbiyah or popular resistance Such or ganizations exist in other Arab states notably Syria but Syria up to now has not trusted this potentially violent mob with live ammunition Cairo radio says Iraq has granted entry visas to Kurd tribesmen from the Sov iet Union in addition to 855 who reportedly parsed through the Suez Canal Monday on the Soviet liner Gruzia Decker Dispute End Redistricr Bill Gets Senate OK Plan Hit by Governor FROM OUR WIRE SERVfCES DES MOINES The Iowa House Thursday adopted a reap portionmcnt plan calling for a 99member House with one member from each county and 70member Senate appor tioned according to population The plan a compromise of fered by Rep David Stanlej goes back to the Senate which previouslj had passed the socalled Stuart plan ofreapporlionmenl The voter was 9115 GOV HERSCHEL C Loveless said the housepassed proposal was entirely unworkable and said he felt it would not be ac ceptable to the Senate Loveless said that he was sure the re apportionment question would go to a conference committee made up of members of both houses The Stanley plan was passed ven though Kept Willard Freed DGowrie said it was not much better than an insult to he intelligence of Iowa Bul after the Demo Tats failed to stop the Stanley bill Swisher DIowa the House minority floor leader withdrew all Democra ic counterproposals Passage of the measure was regarded as a partial setback or the Iowa Farm Bureau Fed eration which had strongly urged adoption of a plan to ere ate a House of one member from stroke of his pen to have the ach of the 99 counties and a sUle buy him an Offjcja car Senate of from 56 to 64 mem for and by women Le Mondes i 11 n tn controversial genius of design died at Thursday a Phoenix hospital after a brief illness A iant on the national and international architectural scene Wright underwent an operation Monday for removal of an in testinal obstruction He had been stricken Saturday at his win ter home near Scottsdale Only an hour before his death Wrights condition was re ported as unchanged Wright was almost as noted for his pithy comments as for his unulual buildings Early in life I had to choose between honest arrogance and hypocritical he said at the age iof 87 I chose honest arro jprogram director Roger idea to do a live report bcrs based on population but with strict adherence to county lines in setting up senatorial SEVEN FLIERS CHOSEN FOR First Trip in Space WASHINGTONtffi Three Air Force jet pilots Navy men and a Marine have been picked by the government as the Americans best equipped to attempt space flight Their names were announced Thursday One of them two years hence may orbit the earth at an altitude of 100 to 150 miles in the first satellite flight The others probably wilt take similar space rides in the months following The seven chosen from a rigorous selection program test ing both physique and personality are Navy Lt Malcolm S Carpenter 33 Garden Grove Calif Air Force Capt Leroy G Cooper 32 Carbondale Colo Marine Lt Col John H Glenn 37 New Concord Ohio Air Force Capt Virgil I Grisson 33 Mitchell Ind Navy Lt Comdr Walter M Shirra 36 Hackensack N J Navy Lt Cmdr Alan B Shepard 35 East Derry N H Air Force Capt Donald K Slayton 35 Sparta Wis Mason City Mostly fair con tinned cool through Fridny Low Thursday night 2226 upper 40s owa Fair to partly cloudy not much change in temperature through Friday Low Thursday night 2232 High Friday 44 Satur day partly cloudy little warmer Minnesota Sunny and cooler Highs Friday data 35 29 33 weather up to 8 a m Thursday Maximum Minimum At 8 a m Loveless Can Sign Bill for Bigger Car DBS 3VIOINES Gov Her ichel Loveless will need only a from the Red Cross bloodmobile for his radio station KSUM Wednesday slip began showing An article on raincoats said le trench coat was all right for le sport but for le cocktail something called les double dress seemed better Also noticed was steak nave secn no occa1 stead of the fine old Frenchsion to word Born June 8 in For some reason the oftusedlanc Wright de word weekend annoys Pursjgned more than 700 buildings ists A writer in Le Figaro to ieave a gested that since this imprint on the building Saxon immigrant cannot be deof today The most famous in ported it should at least tne impcria Hotel in spelled as a proper Frenchifokyo tlie Guggenheim Museum word jn York nnd Price Tower A PUZZLE in this war of lan Barllcsville Okla imaees is wiv Hie word strip In 1948 the American Insti tease should be so dislikedjtute of Architects named him when the art itself is so highlylthc 15lh winner m 42 years ofj rearded here It may comfortiits gold medal for distinguished defenders of the language toiscrvice to the advancement know that in a stripjoint thelhe art and profession of archi girls were patriotically practici ins deshabillage for one But there was no love lost ing uw s Wright and members An Englishman long rcsidenl hisj n Pane pr rfiscr iininauon i jn rdiia avco sharnosl barbs were reserved against his tongue in Jf j P architects nunty drive In retaliation ne says the French should be They however were not the forced to give up Temperatures Dip Below Freezing Across Iowa Temperatures plunged to be low freezing in most of low Wednesday night and the Wea ther Bureau reported colder weather will continue Uirougl Friday Sibley wasthe chilliest spot the slate during the night with a reading of 18 degrees Spencer had 20 Sioux City re ported 23 and Council Bluffs lad a low of 24 Mason City lad Burlingtons 33degree read ng was the only abovefreez ng temperature reported Fair skies and lows in the 20s were expected in the slate Thursday night with Fridays highs mostly in the 40s The forecast calls for warmer weath er Saturday The heavy snow predicted for parts of southern and eastern owa failed to materialize al hough Dubuque was hit by two nches of snow Wednesday f 2 Brothers Die in Unused Refrigerator hat costs more than GARY Ind little he wants one The Senate sentjboys crawled into an unused re him a bill Wednesday which exfrigcrator on the back porch of empts the executive car fromitheir home and suffocated Wed the limit that applies toncsday Gale Holbrook 5 and Employes Head Back to Jobs Plant Back in Market A 11 workers at Jacob E Decker and Sons are scheduled 0 be back on the job by Friday norning The Mason City packing plant was back in the market to wy both hogs and cattle on Thursdayssaid P J Thogerson general manager Armour officials and officers of the United Packinghouse Workers of America in Chicago have agreed toresume opera tions at theMason City Sioux City and Birmingham Thogerson DEPARTMENTS IN all plants have been off the job explained About 900 work ers wore involved in Mason City and in Sioux City The trouble in Mason City started at 1 Friday when about 350 workers walked off he job at Deckers to attend a union meeting They were sus pended consequently by the management Tuesday morning all other ecker union workers walked out in protest when supervisory employes began working at pro duction jobs MOST OF THE Mason City vorkers were scheduled by hogerson to go back to work Thursday morning The remain der will report Friday as pro duction schedules reach their departments The company announced that he workers would be paid Fri day Douglas McMannes president of Local Union 38 commented hat those paychecks will be subject to negotiation since the has charged the company int w w w j t 6243 vote had substituted the Stanley plan for the Farm Bu As a nurse got him ready lojreau proposal which was offer donate a pint of blood Hough ed in the Senate by Sen David began broadcasting to his listen ers telling them there was nothing to it Everythings all audience I he ah Hough passed out Magnolia Woman Hit by Car Dies Shaff Thursdays action opened with the substi tution of the Stanley amend ment for the Senates Stuart ill other state cars Loveless an sign it into law and it would in effect for all goveriors The Legislature figured hat the Iowa chief executive nay need an official car a little lassier than the mediumpriced brother Jay 3 were found when their parents Mr and Mrs Hubert Holbrook and friends turned back to the house after a frantic search of the neighborhood A deputy coroner said they had been dead about four an illegal lockout The Sioux City dispute began Tuesday when four men in the product chill and pack division refused to work overtime because the company had not hired a replacement for a man on vacation plan which calls for a 53scJl Senate based on area and aj 118seat House based on populaj tion To determine how many peo ple each senator would repre sent under the newlyapproved Stanley Plan the population of COUNCIL BLUFFS the state would be divided by 70 Gcrtrude Maloney 73 MagnoBoundaries of senatorial diss lia was fatally injured Wedncstricts would be so drawn jday night when struck by a carjthe population of each district j at Magnolia She died al a be within 10 per cent of here Investigators saidthis figure Lshe was struck by a car driven County lines would be by Floyd Seelcy 68 Mondamin in so far as possible in Thcy said his foot senatorial districts hil the accelerator on the car could be crossed if necessary to and it lunged forward FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT HONOR BRITISH CITY England noun le Then go ing into les snackbars which are crowding out cafes in Paris SnOUKJ I w u that greatlonly objects of his wrath He Maj Gen Ernest Moore com didnt like cities He called them mander of the vampires living on the fresh Force will present blood of the countryside and with an award Friday for its 3rd Air Norwichj he French iaii3j svym i n 7 to askjvillages sterilizing relations with American s make the population factor cornel out right The senatorial districts would be altered each 10 years to take inlo account population shifts as shown by the official federal census SHIPS COLLIDE YOKOSUKA Japan The destroyer Mackenzie AP collided with the submerged yrjom CELEBRATING Hisashi It washis way of celebrating the mar ITS ftalnn in M0 SAME DATE1958155 V DKIMKIMKST submarine USS Raton in the Western Pacific four days ago1 but there were ho casualties or while J major damage the h h a piacard t offokvos riage Friday of Prince Akihito and Mi chiko Shoda A policeman has he writes out in announcedThursday suaHies or while swimming in the moat of Tokyos chiko Shoda A poiicemai US Navy1 Imperial Palace The sign reads Con the last laugh though as j gratulations Grown Prince a summons   

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