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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 15, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowot Daily Newspaper Editod tec jLOBEtjAZETTE VOL f7 Newspaper THo t Mo kes All N orth lowons Neighbors HOME EDITION run wire MASON CITY IOWA WIDNESOAY APRIL 15 Copy PajMt CwuhU OM Aili ng Du Turns Resignation Ike Has a Code Nome Too Public Hears of The Prominent t at Landing Field By MERRIMAN SMITH AUGUSTA Ga Back stairs at the vacation White House Know what President Eisen hower is called over the ground toair communications system of the White House Prominent Thats code see WHEN THE Presidehts plane the Columbine III is ap proaching a landing field away from Washington personnel of the Army Signal Corps aboard the aircraft and on the ground are in communication via port able shortwave radios which are about the size of portable type writers This system permits the ex change of lastminute details be tween the air borne party r and the ad vance group on the ground It also freps the plane crew from having to transmit this type of in f orm a t i on f when y have their hands full bringing the Columbine a landing THE OTHER DAY in Augusta j v spectators could follow this drama of the airwaves quite easily One of the Signal Corps sets s o m e times manned by Secret Service was perched atop a parked car and the nearby crowd could hear the monotone interchange with the plane Angel this is i c squawked the loudspeaker Angel is the Columbine and Spicy was the ground unit Red Jets Escort Plane FIDEL CASTRO 7 DAY VISIT Castro to Get Heavy Guard Here WASHINGTON tf Cubas Fidel Castro wili arrive Wed nesday night for what prom ises to be a stormy 11day unofficial visit to the United States State Department security agents and Washington police have arranged to give him one of the tightest protective ClSONot Molested SMITH in for rings ever visitor given a foreign Castro accompanied by a heavy guard of bearded revo lutionary protectors will fly in with a party of about 35 persons in a chartered Cuban government C54 transport A NUMBER of threats warning thatCastro will never leave the country alive have The radio traffic dealt at some length with the lastmin ute addition of an Army general to the welcoming party which alarmed authorities Demon pected during his fiveday stay in the capital and a similar visit in New York But his visit apparently will be a hit attraction The Na tional Press Club said the 505 seats for its luncheon next Monday honoring Castro were sold out than an hour THE AMERICAN Society of would greet landing Eisenhower after THE GENERAL has just landed here by military aircraft and will be in the party greeting the said one voice on the radio Thank y o said another voice obviously speaking from and adding Well pass this word back to Prom inent Which amused the daylights i out of fhe airport crowd j Theyd come lo thc airport to sec President Eisenhower land and learned that behind Ihcj scenes hes not referred to as the President but simply asj plain old the Russia to Market Automobile in BOSTON Soviet trade official says the Soviet Union plans to introduce one of its au tomobile lines in the United Newspaper Editors at whose invitation Castro arranged the visit prepared for a capacity crowd for the Friday meeting he will address Castro is hoping his visit will improve Cubas relations with the United States and Canada Ht has volunteered to answer questions about some of the points on which his regime has been criticized Fire Makes Family of 12 Homeless RICEVILLE The Leonard Fox eightroom home eight miles south of Riceville burned to Ihe ground Tuesday afler noon BERLIN Soviet fighter planes flew to within 600 feet of a Air Force trans port flying the high altitude route to Berlin Wednesday but made no attempt to buzz it as on two previous flights Y The highflying American tur boprop plane which the West would use in the event of a new Berlin blockade w patched to West Berlip West Germany despite previous warnings from the Communists that the West must fly the cor ridors under feet A official said the United States formally notified the Russians in advance by filing a routine flight plan with the So viet delegate at the Berlin air safety center stating the flight would be made Wednesday THE OFFICIAL said the flight was not provocative We merely are asserting our right to fly to and from West Berlin at altitudes of our choos The C130 landed at West Ber lins Tempelhof Airfield safely The official said the two Soviet jets joined the transport shortly after it entered the space over East German terri tory There was no harassment or he said The it was a high altitude flightlIt was by this that the transport flew at about feet which was the altitude flown by the first C130 the Soviet buzzed on March 27 THE RUSSIANS have insisted that Western planes remain be low feet in the air corri dors between West Berlin and West Germany They said the air above this was reserved for Soviet planes The United States Britain and France have in sisted there is no ceiling on the corridors German airport officials said the C130 flew back to West Ger many safely after unloading its cargo ENDSILLUSTRIOUS CAREER Looking wan and tired Secretary of State Dullesmanages a smile for newsmen as he reenters Walter Reed Hospital for treatment of suspected neckcancer Dulles sub mitted his resignation Wednesday He is 71 tt ti Mason City Cloudy with a chance of showers Wednesday night low in the lower 40s Thursday cloudy with a few showers and a little cooler high in Ihe 60s Two Lawmen atv Northwood ANORTHWOOD Two law of ficers have resigned here Sheriff A J Conner will step lout May 1 He would have been May Get Position Tears Fill Ikes Eyes Iowa Partly cloudy Wednesdayssheriff 10 years if he had fin night showers northwest slightly warmer southeast lows lower 40s northwest to 50s southeast Thursday Increas ing cloudiness southeast cloudy with occasional light showers and a little cooler ished the second year of his present term The Board of Supervisors has been notified and will appoint a successor until the next regu lar election It was announced at the meet north highs 60s north to 70s inS of tne town council Tuesday south Further outlook tnat tne town marshal day cloudy with scatteredMvrl Stahl resigned April 11 iThe council will appoint a new Weslern diplomats expressed Minnesota Cooler trend fear that aggressive Russian harassment of high altitude American flights in the Berlin air corridor would cause crash es and loss of life The diplo mats were reluctant to predici what steps the West might take if any crashes take place but military leaders have suggested American fighter cover One Dead Seven Hurt in Crash Dennis 15 had become CARROLL iff A Kuemper High School student was killed land seven other Carroll high j school sludents were injured UI slightly Wednesday while on showers and a little cooler show ers Highs Thursday 5565 GlobeGazette weather marshal up to 8 Maximum Minimum At 8 dataj 69 41 53 MISS ENGLAND LONDON stu dent Pamela Scarle a 21year old beauty with 362437 meas urements won the Miss Eng land title Tuesday niglil Ga E i s cnhower Wednesday an nounced the resignation of can cer stricken Secretary of State Dulles With moisture in his eyes Ei senhower personally told news men that Dulles is absolulcly incapadialed lo carry on the burden of his office and lo make Eisenhower said he will an nounce a successor to DuUes soon He declined lo say lhat the job will go to Under Secretary of Stale Chrislian A Herter who has been serving as acting secretary EISENHOWER SAID he has asked Duiles to continue to serve lim as a foreign policy con sultant Asked whether he had some one other than Herter in mind Eisenhower said there are all tinds of considerations to take nto account He added there are a number of people with particular who could ill the top foreign policy post Some officials still conceded an outside chance lo someiqthe ossible 1 DouglasDilIon ary of state for economic af airs Eisenhowers dramatic an nounccmcnt came less than 24 lours after Dulles doctors con hided that his cancer probably as spread lo the neck area and ilhat new radiation Irealmcnls AP Pholofax ANNOUNCES DECISION With moisture in his eyes and his voice filled with emotion President Eisenhowermakes the announcement of the resigna tion of Secretary of State Dulles ThePresident called an unprecedented formal press conference at hisva cationWhite House at Augusta to make pub lic the decision to the home and discovered at Kuemper Killed was Joe LOPW 17 son f Mr and Mrs Sieve president of the Amtorg Trading Jack Rine fire chip iri vho livc at Maple River al Jach ttins lire cniel said community four miles fre truck arrived thc whole Car thC Moskvilch Will be put qppmfd tn Pvnlnrln In 9n A 1 r uul iUeillCa IO CAplOUC in Allthonhrx salrl vnnna T nmic on display at a trade fair Jnimmutcs lhp said young Loew s niniuics me nousc was truck collided wilh a car Slates and promote it with in the attic window Hc vertising N N Smcliakov called the fire department org Trading Jack Rine fire chip Corn said Tucsdav the IK r I sal as Corp saia lupsoay n gm me lnc fire truck arrived the whole west of hero ISTPW Vmk in Tnnp New York in June stroyed Thc fire trucks by stoffcrs 1 SCCral the Carroll at a residential street ECONOMY EXPANDS u panding industrial economy pro vided nearly new jobs and almost million in additional salaries in the first Ihree months of this year the Iowa Development Commission said Wednesday alone was thrown who from was the1 Stiffening of Iowa Mr and Airs Leonard Thc seven injured youths and their 10 children Dennis were in the car 15 Diane 13 Marilyn 12 Bernard 11 Duane 10 Kay 9 Pete 8 Richard 6 Patricia 5 and Greg 9 months are stay ing in a basement house on the1 Tax LOWS Approved Raiph Cox farm rr The only things saved from DES MOINES UPI The the fire were the clothes thcyilowa Wednesday voted to were wearing Donations ofput some tceth back into the clothing and furniture are being drivc by thc Iowa Tax Commis SAME 4IOWA SAFETY DEPARTMENT received at the Ralph Fox farm The loss was only partially covered by insurance FARM FIRE EARLY of undeter mined origin caused loss estiL mated al on the Joe records thattheTax Commit Smith farm dvp niiics north oflsion can check to determine tax sion against state income tax evaders The House passed 901 a bill lo put the provision calling for all taxpayers with an annual gross income to file a slate income tax return The bill also provjctes a five year have begun Earlier it apparent ly had been confined to thc ab dominal area EISENHOWER STRODE into the temporary White House press room near his vacation headquarters at and announced that he wanted to say something regarding Dulles The Presidents emotion re garding the mrn for the worse for Dulles condition became more and more obvious as he talked Eisenhower reported that he had talked to Dulles by tele phone earlier in the morning and that in view of the doctors atest findings thc Secretary had decided definitely tosubmit hie resignation Eisenhower said he wanted lo Squirrel Goes on Rampage Bites 3 Preliminary testing on a squirrel lliat bit three Mason Cityans and scratched two others did not show evidence of rabies in fection according lo a report from Iowa State College How ever definite showing of whether the animal was rabid will not be possible for 21 dayg Police shot the animal after the bites were reported and highway patrolmen relayed the carcass lo the college at Ames for examination The squirrel went berserk on 5th and 9lh N E and on Penn sylvania Ave between those points Mrs Leo Warner 30 130 5th N was bitten on the left arm as she was feeding the squirrel in the yard of her home squirrel then attacked her son Patrick 7 and bit him on the left thumb Judy 12 522 Pennsyl vania was scratched on the left arm and the back of her she ran out to see the commotion By that lime the squirrel was at 514 Pennsyl Some Hope That Space Capsule Will Be Found WASHINGTON Pcnta makc it clear that Dulles is noligon Wednesday it believes helpless but that the Secretary is absolutely incapacitated for carrying out the administrative f load and the policymaking chores of the State Department the capsule from the Discoverer II satellite was dropped success fully in the north polar region There is some hope it may be recovered EISENHOWER heaped praise A brief announcement said on Dulles caUing him one of the most able men the country has known In reply to a question Eisen hower said that whether or not that analysis of radio beacon and telemetry signals indi cates that the capsule did eject from the satellite which still is in orbit as he job goes to Hcrter the The statement added that ng secretary definitely will bej several reports of vasual sight on hand for the United States ings and radio contacts from at both an April 29 meeting of Vestcrn foreign ministers in and a May 11 conference f hose ministers with the So the capsule arc being carefully checked lo determine the prob able landing area in the polar iet Unions foreign minister This indicated hat hope ex AP Photofax here Tuesday PAMPERED POP Fathers Day came early this year for Ed Bopp Tampa Fla His family has been waiting on him literally hand andfoot since he brake 1IVI Juai both wrists in an accident Here his wife Evelyn statute of buttons his shirt daughter Suzanne 8 combs his hair son Harry 12 shaves his face and baby Tommy 2 ties his shoes Never had it so commented Pop Bopp hat later conference will be eld at Geneva and may be a reludc lo a summit conference A reporter asked Eisenhower o evaluate thc impact of Dul les resignation on U S foreign policy The President replied that Dulles has developed a team isls that thc nose cone package may be picked up ivania THE SQUIRREL went down the street running beside Ron ald Nelson 18 2323 Grovcr He was bitten on the right wrist when he reached down toward the animal Harris Dillabough 514 Penn sylvania notified police of the squirrels activities at after it scratched the Paii 1 us girl in front of his home Two officers went to the scene and shot it MRS NORRIS SMITH W 9th told police that her son Jerry 9 was scratched on the neck apparently by the same animal a little over an hourbe fore the bites were reported south of the Smith ncighbor at the State Department and the capsule as it floated The capsule was set lo be Jquirrel ejected automatically when the satellite made its 17lh orbit around the earth That was about fi oclock Tuesday night The Air Force had hoped to his work will go Dulles has been secretary of stale since 1953 Although 66 c at the time he has become per haps Ihe worlds mosl active traveler covering hundreds of thousands of miles by land sea and air in the intercsl of Amer icas diplomatic policy RECORD SET down under a parachute near Hawaiian Islands but a ranky timing device failed and evasion or fraudulent filing Ihe capsule was nol ejected at Ihe right lime Kingsley Man Dies in CarTruck Crash MOVILLE Wooclrow W LOS ANGELES W Fighting Wormley 46 Kingsley was 50 headwinds a jet airkilled Wednesday in jliner raced from New York of his carand a creamery truck City to Los Angeles in 4 hours Jon Highway 140 about three 46 minutes Tuesday breaking miles norlh of here The truckiseries of shots necessary to pro Ihc commercial air record for driver Doyle A one from rabies The time westbound flights by hours Mondamin escaped injury Jin which treatment must be te at the rear of the Smith home and was scratched after it ran up his leg and over his head The injured received medical treatment The at Ames Wednesday morning was exam ination of the dead squirrels brain tissue Far advanced ra bies might have been detected by sucha test Material from the brain now has beenused in innoculating a mouse It will be known in three weeks whether Ihe mouse contracts rabies If he the squirrel will be considered rabid It now will be up to the family physicians concerned as to whether he persons bitten and scratched should undergo the   

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