Mason City Globe Gazette, April 16, 1959

Mason City Globe Gazette

April 16, 1959

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 16, 1959, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL f7 The Newspaper That Makes AIT North I owans Neighbors Associated Press and United Press International Full Wires MACftM CITY TUtlBCHAV ADDII n TUCB MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY APRIL 16 195 copyjvnif paper o Four HOME ECMTION Strikes Hit Rubber Industry Red Spies Get Training Typical Town of Winniza Inside Russia By HENRY SHAPIRO STOCKHOLM UPI The big shining American automo bile drew up outside the Texas A tall man in an Ivy League suit got out and saun tered into the dimly lit saloon A sweet he or dered snarled the barman American would drink a sweet martini Now start all over Well how about a scotchon therocks MAJ PER LINDGREN writ ing in the Swedish military journal Contact With the Armed says this is the sort of think which happens ev ery day in the typically Amer ican town of Winniza Winniza not For Winniza claims Lindgren is Russias top school for Soviet spies scheduled for stateside as signment Russian spy training in Win niza a tightly guarded town of inhabitants in the central Ukraine is the most efficient in the Lindgren claims NOBODY GRADUATES un til they are completely indoc trinated into the American way of he said Some of them spend up to 13 years there before their big c h an c e j According to1 Lindgren About SHAPIRO students from Russian universities are sent there every year The town is surrounded by barbed wire bar ricades Guards patrol the boun daries and ordinary Russians are not allowed entry Life inside is that of any Idle in Country BULLETIN CLEVELAND Ohio UPI was reached be tween the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co and the United Rubber Workers Union on a company wide contract and supplemental unemployment benefits covering some hourly employes in 11 plants AKRON Ohio Rubber Workers Union struck the B F Goodrich Co and Firestone Tire Rubber raising to about the number of production workers out in the unions big gest strike Only the Goodyear Tire Rubber Co the lire building industrys Big Four continued in operation When Goodyears contract with the union expired Wednesday mid night some progress had been made and bargaining covering workers was recessed un til late Thursday Some workers went on strike at the Firestone plant at Des Moines one of eight Fire stone plants affected The other member of the Big Four theUnited States Rubber was struck by the URW last About pro duction workers walked out AP Photofax HES A GOOD SPORT Former movie queen Hecly Lamarr shakes hands with her fifth husband W Howard Lee who agreed to give her tempor ary alimony pending a divorce Lee is a Houston oilman Hedy actually had asked for which she said washalf of his average monthly income But Lee put his foot down then Thursdays production strikes add workers at Firestone and rich to those idle at Good THE first time the undertaken strikes HAPPY VISITOR TO U S Prime Minister Fidel Castro flashes one of his rare smiles as the 32yearold Cuban AP Photofax leader is greeted by an enthusiastic crowd at Washingtons National Air port American town zens All cars made Bars citi Fans Give Welcome to Castro FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Prime SHOWERS Mason City Occasional rain and cooler Thursday night and Friday Low Thursday night in the lower 40s High Friday lower 50s Workmens Aid Bill Approved abound juke boxes blare out American jazz and rock n roll at all hours Glamor gals put on burlesque shows INSTRUCTORS ACT as bar men waiters hotel reception ists and shop hands Every mis take is corrected on the spot Every kind of American ac cent is taught History strictly Minisler Fidel Caslro greeted fans and started round of appearances Thursday to win new friends for his re gime Occasional showers o are Americanjby wildly cheering and drug stores picketing opponents DES MOINES orplan workmens Wi Family compensation The only scheduled appoint ment on the first day of his 11 day visit was lunch with Acting Secretary of State Chris tian A Herter But associates said the unpre dictable Castro might give his worried security guards morci from the American anffle by getting a whim pumped into the students go off shopping or sighlsee They learn how to make teleing j phone calls how to order the aler tickets in Boston how to talk authoritatively on baseball Lindgren did not disclose his sources for the article but he said Allied counterespionage thunderstorms Thursday night i was passed by the Iowa House cooler in north lows in Thursday over slrong objec Friday occasional light raintions of Democratic members and cooler highs in 50s Furi The vote on the bill which ther outlook Saturday dim inishing rain and clearing with cooler temperatures Minnesota Showers cooler Highs Friday 45 to 55 AN AMERICAN official said GlobeGazelle weather data up to 8 a m Thursday Maximum Minimum At 8 a m YEAR AGO Maximum 75 Minimum 36 now goes to the Senate was 61 45 The bill was described by Rep Clark McNeal R Bel mond as a sincere effort to help family men enjoy the good But it was denounced by THIS IS union has against three of the Big Four at the same time The last ma jor walkout in the industry in volved a 52day strike against Goodyear in 1954 withthai strike extended also lo Fire stone for he last two weeks Wages are not an issue Pen sions insurance and supplemen tal benefits were among the mailers being discussed in a new contract Neither side has disclosed demands offers or key points on which the bargaining deadlocked Here where Goodrich em ploys about and Firestone picketing was peaceful Some office workers were kept out at the Goodrich plant for awhile but later were allowed to enter L S BUCKMASTER interna tional president of the URW is participating in Goodyear ne gotiations in Cleveland He de clined to comment on those talks and said he was not able o discuss what happened to cause the breakoff of the Fire TALKS WITH DULLES Ike Still Mum on Successor AUGUSTA Ga President Eisenhower Thurs day conferred with hospitalized John Foster Dulles re garding selection of anew secretary of state Dulles Record Argued He Will Be Sorely Missed By JOHN HIGHTOWER WASHINGTON Fos ter Dulles has been both violent ly denounced and extravagantly praised for his work in foreign affairs Few men in his position have been more controversial and historians will be slow to adopt President Eisenhowers esti mate that he was the countrys greatest secretary of state But there can be no doubt that in the critical weeks ahead he will be sorely missed HIS SUCCESSOR faces a tough task in picking up the di rection of foreign policy where Dulles stricken by cancer has put it down In the six years he was in office the lawyerdiplo mat achieved great stature not only as a figure in American government but also as a leader of the free world in its struggle against expansive Chinese Com munism He demonstrated a rugged ca pacity for workdays nights and probably few other men can equal He knew other leaders of the free world from close personal con tacts and he traveled with apparent rel s hi resigned from the top State Department job miles on trips Wednesday because of cancer also talked by telephone with which took h i m to 46 The President continued to defer announcement of a DULLES cessor but Undersecretary of Stale Christian A Herter was re Spring Rains in Forecast Mason City Has 77 Spring rains cast for Iowa have been fore Thursday night and Friday with temperatures dropping slightly the m c u r y climbed to the 70s throughout tfye stale with Mason City and Sioux Citys 77degree readings the stale high would be true even for ported after the Eisenhowera Jn position of Under Dulles talks to still have the secretary of State Christian Her inside track rer wno as with Dulles Dulles talked to Eisenhower tvvo vears from his room at Walter Reedto But thetunes now allow no Army Hospital in Washington easv period of settling in The Eisenhower was at his vacation whojajtcs over Dulles collage at the Augusta National desk work already cut Golf Club After the talk he White ON APRIL 29 must mtet House announced Eisenhowers in Paris will the foreign mih Rcp Willard Freed DCowrie stone Goodrich negotiations tf Firestone issued a statement the URW walked out Tempera lures Wed n e stl a y Oij night were in the upper 40s IU spencer and Lamoni formal acceptance of Dulles It made public an exchange of letters between the President and the retiring sec retary Eisenhower reiterated h warm affection for the 71year Saturdays forecast calls for clearing skies and cooler tem peratures Waterloo Area Tot Run Over by Tractor isters of Britain France and West Germany to make final preparations for negotiations with the Soviets on delicateand dangerous questions of the fu ture of Berlin and Germany On May 11 with his British and French colleagues he must sit You have been a staunch Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko in a Big Four conference that is likely to stretch into a grueling month tic communism You have won lo the side of the free world countless and inspired in them renewed courage and de termination to fight for freedom and Eisenhower wrote As a statesman of world stat ure you have set a record in the 77 as a measure which 45 khe working man with one A o 55 jand takes away from him with1 mnon tentalively acAnn Reuter 2 rural that stands dear of frustrating argument Very likely in late July or August there will be a Big Four summit conference in which the new secretary will play a key role as the chief adviser to the President in further exchanges with the Soviets WATERLOO UPI of our foreign For such negotiations as in Reuter 2 rural that stands clear and i these Dulles was prepared by the cepted from another company was fatally injured Wednesday slrong for to see jlong experience and of 1 j substantially the same terms she was run over by a disc WORKMENS compensation is A union spokesas she ran lo meet her father is well aware of Winnizas ex Three TeenAgers Nabbed in Series of Auto Thefts precautions taken to protect the 32yearold Cuban leader were tighter than those applied when Soviet Deputy las I Mikovan Premier Anas visited here in Cuban Embassy and Stale Deparlment have received anonymous Ihreals against Caslros life Castro whose forces threw dictator Fulgcncio on New Years Day win bcUer L S OSKALOOSA teenhas said he will seek loans aiidi age boys arrested in larger share of this countrys Connie Nicholas Convicted in Lovers Death paid to employes injured on the job The entire program is fi nanced fay employers and is de signed to give an injured worker at least part of his medical ex penses and pay him part of his man said Firestone state ment just is not Goodrich negotiations were conducled in Canlon Ohio and Ihe in New Rubber Co York Cily talks are Fireslone salary during the lime he is off bargaining was in Cleveland wilh a series of car Ihefls weresllgar quota held here Thursday for Charles The bearded prime minisler the job as the result of his in juries over i INDIANAPOLTS to The bill designed lo liberal Connie Nicholas was convictedjize the present workmens Thursday of voluntary manjcompensalion laws which were he heat oflcnactcd in 1913 increases the of maximum payments lo wqrk by these amounts The conviclior calls for a mandatory 21021year prison in a field on his farm The falher Maurice Reuter told au thorities he failed lo see Ihe tot as she ran out to meet him The little girl was rushed lo a Wa terloo hospital but was dead on arrival hower didnl couple his own dis Aides said one reason Same of diplomacyborn of a lifelong interest in foreign af fairs His ambition lo take over the job went back to his boy hood association with two other secretaries of state his grand father John Watson Foster and his uncle Robert Lansing closure wilh an of Dulles immediate resignation nomination of a successor was that he wanted no diversion of public attention from his warm tribute lo the cancerstricken official City police The youths two 15ycarsold and one 16 were picked up late Wednesday while they were on foot at Barnes Gily 24 miles northeast of here night Mahaska County Sheriff Wai ter Tharp and highway patrol men made the arrests idressed famous army fa tigue uniform was welcomed by 500 wellwishers when he arrived more than two hours late in a FROM to for term It is the lightest verdictjpcrmancnl total Disabilities or and from to she could have received except i Permanent partial acquittal rrnm co Mrs Nicholas 45 clad in black stood erect and showed no emotion when the verdict disability the Cubana airliner W e d n d s d ay was read she wiu be elj ible GUARDS TRIED to Castro into a waiting But he pushed them aside and The officers said a car stolen strode over to shake hgnds with loved ifor parole in 21 months hustle wmle the Jury delib benefits payable to a workers family in the event an accident results in his death The family plan feature comes in the section providing bene fits for temporary disabilities Benefits would be in Floyd County was recovered at New Sharon in Mahaska County Wednesday a second car taken at New Sharon was abandoned at Deep River and a third car stolen there was found at Monlezuma Deep River and Montezuma County are in Poweshiek her fans who had been kept off theiForrest Tcei 54 a firm c 1 i t L i f lUO v field behind a fence Shortly after arriving at the Cuban Embassy he again upset security precautions by dashing across the street to greet knots of onlookers there Some anti executive Wednesday night Mrs e graduated told reporters she still according to Ihe size of a work and would range from S32 a week for an employe with no children to per week for an employe with four or more children Castro signs werein evidence too Castro speaking in Eml UZ HAS SURGERY above a whisper said H 0 L L Y W OOD Calif at the airport he hoped his un Elizabelh Taylor was recuperat ingThursday after having her tonsils removed official visit would create betler understanding between Cuba and the United Stales Dulles achieved Jan 21 1953 that ambition GRANNIE SIDELINED NEW ORLEANS UPI W Davis 84 filed aj suit Wednesday against a dance studio Mrs Davis saidj shed learned to mambo cha1 cha tango samba swing mcrcnguc and the Cninooik the St Bernard brought his l PRETTY PEPPY PUPPY PARTY SAM I DATE1951160 But she broke her leg during her 409th lesson flask But luckily it was empty and everything went smoothly at the birth AP Photolax day party for Peggy the Collie Kath leen Lang 4 Buffalo N threw the big affair Princess mostly completed the guest list DULLES RAN the Statt De parlmeni wilh complele confi dence in his own abilities and ne knownow accumulated over the yeari From the ime he took over he was the dominant figure One of the most frequent criticisms was that he operated out of his vest pocket Few even of his closest advis ers knew precisely what he would do in a given situation Even high officials in his own organization looked to his news conferences many times for fresh light en his policy think ing about critical problems Some weeks ago while DirJles was undergoing cancer treat ment at Walter Reed Army Hos pital this reporter asked a State Department officill who was really running foreign poli cy he replied When there is a meeting on some problem everyone tries to fig ure out what the secretary would decide if he were there Its atricky business Because when Dulles was theie he didnt always think exactly asother people guessed he This period of administering foreign under the shad ;

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