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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 20, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for VOL n MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION The Newspaper Associated Preu United international null Wires That Makes Ail North I o wans Neighbors MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY APRIL 19 Two On Ml Legislature Points for Adjournment 10 More Lives Lost on Iowa Highways One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLU WOI Amei Caeida WTAD Quinej 930 Thnrs WSUL U City 9IIU Sat Behind Chinas Bamboo Curtain A LOT MORE than meets the eye going on be hind the Bamboo Curtain in Rec China these days Tiny frag ments of information about the inauguration of a slave labor setup based on socalled Com munes are seeping out of Pei ping and the Chinese hinter lands but nobody in the free world knows precisely what is happening or why The imposition of the com mune system on Tibet is as sumed to figure prominently along with the suppression of religion in Red Chinas recent troubles in that mountainous province But getting the full facts over the Bamboo Curtain or through neutralist India has been undertaking Despite halfhearted denials lately from the Kremlin its pretty well established thatMao Tsetungs inauguration last August of the commune as Red Chinas basic social unit was without Moscows knowledge oragers are in the hospital and a AP ARIAS SOUGHT Roberto Arias former Panamanian ambassador to Britain is be ing sought by Panamanian sea forces with a warrant charg ing him ac tivity Arias shown here with his wife British ballerina Dame Margot Fontcyn was believed on a fishing trip in the Gulf of Panama 3 Teenagers Injured at Charles City CHARLES teen consent fourth is in jail as a result of a 2 Crashes Account for 6 Victims Lawler Man Among Dead BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Ten pesons died in traffic accidents in Iowa during the weekend Six of the deaths re sulted from two twocar colli sions In addition two lowans werej and 10 seconds to apply a coat of paint to a 20 by 30 killed in separate accidents out foot log cabin in downtown Chelsea Mich The cabin BRUSHING BEE It took 100 men only 3 minutes side of Iowa The heavy toll which equalled the number of deaths of fhe pre vious weekend skyrocketec Iowas total for the year to 22 ahead of the pace a year ago The dead Eugene G Wells 62 St Paul who was killed Monday in an autotruck colli ion on snowslick Highway 69 north of Jewell Mrs Arthur Luke 50 and Mrs Mildred French 65 both of Wyoming were killed Monday when two cars collided n a wet slushy stretch of 4 five miles east of Wyoming owa Phyllis Larson 18 Norfolk Mrs Thomas Harris 1 St Joseph and her daughter Diana 2 who were ulled in the collision of two cars n Highway 275 near Tabor Richard Setterberg 34 Iowa In their moments of candorIwocar crash on Highway 218 at vodkainspired perhaps some of the bigwigs in Russia have let their displeasure show through to journalists from the Western world on duty in Mos cow The common view is that in turning to the Commune sys tem of regimented work units the Chinese Reds will be repeat the Charles City city limits ear ly Sunday morning Hospitalized at the Cedar Val ley Hospital in Charles City are Jeffrey Lewis 17 Charles City Sharon Stonecypher 17 Floyd and Jerome Pitz 19 Charles City Pitz was a passenger in a car ing a ghastly failure in Russia driven by Jerry Wad 19 Ionia wliirh ctriTrtr nai Precisely what was in Maos thinking when he decided to make his jump from what is called the Socialist stage of Marxism which is where Rus sia is now to the pure quill Communism is locked up in his Oriental mind It can only guessed at by an outsider be which struck the Lewis car headon about Wad was jailed at Charles City on a charge of illegal possession of beer Miss Stonecypher a passenger in the Lewis car suffered a con cussion and deep facial cuts while Pitz suffered a severe head injury and Lewis sustained City his wife and Margaret Gwendolyn Faye Kirn 33 21 Perryville who died in a tsvocar crash south of lovva City will be used as headquarters for Chelseas 125th an AP Pholofax niversary celebration Appropriately enough the paintersall were Brothers of the named for the beards they are growing for the threemonth long event Nine Inches of Snow Bury Parts of Iowa A freak spring snow storm blanketed many parts of Iowa Monday and left a cover of up to nine inches at Grinnell anc seven at Storm Lake Highway crews were out In some places the snow melt ed as fast as it hit the ground but al others especially in yards and on farms a deep crest of while covered the ground THE STORM came in the wake of a weekend weather dis urbance which brought heavy amounts of precipitation includ ng snow sleetand Boone reported its heaviest April snowfall since ground was covered Paul Hake 48 Wapello who nches of snmv 1931 with The four was struck by a car on Highway 61 near Muscatine EUGENE W BAULMER 24 rural lawler was killed Satur day night when he lost control of his car on a county road about 2 miles north of St Lu cas near he Winneshiek Fay ette County line Baulmer along with three other persons was returning from a wedding Authorities said the car rolled over and plunged into a ditch Airman David K Martin 19 Madrid who was killed when his car struck a bridge abutment at Barksdale Air Force La Pitz which will be served when Creek who was killed in a ONE LINE of speculation is deep facial and skull lacera that existent conditions in field of food production A warrant hasbeen Smith H o ive y Chinas No 1 problem were so bad and so hopeless hat this most drastic and revoluiionaryjPital charging him with illegal j step had to be taken jpossession of beer Another line of speculation and some of this is bobbing up Dozens of cars were reported ditched along the highways north and west ofBoone as mo torists were unable to avoid skidding in the wet slush There were a few cases of utility trou ble and tree limbs were hang ing low due to the heavy wet snow Most North Iowa points how ever had only a trace of rain Temperatures dropped to 31 at Sibley and Council Bluffs Monday morning after after noon highs Sunday of up to 50 at Lamoni Mason Citys high was 45 and the low 34 Other snowfall reports Poca hontas 6 inches Fort Dodge Rockwell City Gilman Carroll and Newton 5 Montezuma Hiibbard ami Des Perry Pella Zearing Council Bluffs and North Eng lish 3 LAMONI HAD nearly 2 inches of precipitation and Sioux City an inch each with a trace ol snow Sibley had of snow and 11 of an inch of precipita tion The Weather Bureau said here would be light rain or mow in the north and rain in he south Monday ending in the north and west during the day and in the southeast Monday night Temperatures were due to re main cool until Wednesday Demos of Solicitation he is released from the hosjming accident Mason City Considerable cloud incss and continued quite cole through Tuesday Low Mon day night 2226 Highs Tues day lower 40s Iowa Considerable cloudines and continued quite cold through Tuesday Occasiona drizzle or light snow Mondaj Low Monday night 2 northwest to 30 southeast High Tuesday generally in40s Further cloud and a little warmer Wcdnes day Fiveday Iowa Temperatures for the period Tuesday through Saturday will average 10 to 12 degrees below nor mal Some warming aboul Friday but otherwise little day to day temperature change Normal high 60 north to 63 south Normal lows 37 north to 41 south Precipitation will average around onehalf inch ocurring early in period and again Fridayand Saturday Minnesota Partly cloudy quite cold Highs Tuesday 3848 data GlobeGazette weather up to 8 Monday Maximum 45 Minimum 34 At 8 35 Precipitation trace YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum SIX PERSONS were DES MOINES injured W0uld bc haPP lo in such satellite nations as East Germany is that Mao Tselung is the true Marxist the real thinker This viewpoint casts Khrushchev in he role of eco nomic pragmatist and tunist In his own magazine the Red Mao described his ob jective as the breeding of human beings who have inj haled the spirit of the Wad waived a hearing when brought before Justice of the Peace Sydney Cur tis Sunday morning He was bound over to the District Court A bond of was posted late Sunday Copters Search for Capsule Off Norway Gov Herschel Loveless said Monday he GlooeGaxetle weather conduct an investigation of the Tax Comup to 8 Sunday i Maximum But he said I wont stop He declined to Minimum Sen Jack Schroeder RDavenport had said he would askj the Governor to look into alleged complaints that commission employes had been solicited for Democratic Party funds Democratic State Chairman Donald Norberg said he had no comment I have been informed that the Democrats have mailed to near Tabor Sunday night Sher iff Al Christopher said the cars smashed headon at a curve He said investigation indicated the drivers were trying lo miss each other at the curve Miss Larson was riding in a car driven by James R Moross 21 Murdo an airman at the Altus Air Force Base i Also hurt were Harris 28 the Harrises daughlcr Deborah and Mr and Mrs Thomas him that they were 7 46 da la 43 35 all employes of the Tax Commission a solicitation for contrifau to the Democratic Party on a monthly installment Schroeder said Hearings to Begin on Post for Cubans Want Jobs Before Election Castro Maintains Bolivia Revolt Crushed LA PAZ Bolivia lead er of Sundays shortlived revol committed suicide after his rightistuprising was crushed the announcei Monday At least 22 persons were slain and more than 50 were woundcc in the course of the attempted coup The government of this pover typlagued nation said Oscar Un de la Vega head of the Falange party look his life Sun day night in a house in the out skirts of this capital in which ic had hidden His bodyguard uan Gallardo also shot himself o death the government an louncement said President Hernan Siles Suazo nnounced the defeat of mem ers of the Falange party who ried to seize the city hall Sun ay attacked an army barracks nd marched on the govern ment radio station and munici al offices Discoverer IIs Death May Be j Seen in Iowa 2 Major Items Remain Friday May Be Last Day Wi The Legislature Monday went into what may well be 5ts final week of work of the session The final days some of most important tho face promise to be fast and furious Pacing much of the debate ithis week will be the controver sial issue of portionment a bone of conten tion that has kept tors hopping the past several weeks Balancing argument over re apportionment will be debate over the workmens and unem ployment compensation pro grams ways and means bills and an effort to get the remain der of appropriation measures out of the way SENATE MAJORITY Leader Jack Schroeder RDavenport and Minority Leader OMalley DDes Moines both have set a target date of Satur day for adjournment However H n u s e Majority Floor Leader Clark McNeal Selmond said it appears doubt ul that remaining major prob lems can be resolved in time to wind up the session by weeks Tuesday is the 100th day of the session the traditional sidjournmenf day Whether we adjourn by Sat1 urday hinges on the reappoflion ment Schroedersaid But Iowa will havereappor tionment by he pre dicted Theres no question about LAST WEEK Dtmo crats and Republicans got to ether and agreed to take a bi approach on the is ue A 16m ember SenateHouse ommittee was named to try to vork out a redistrictirig plan ac eptable to ommittees o be ready by Tuesday Meanwhile SenateHouse Re met in caucus to gain discuss reapportionment nd the host of various propos 1s offered Turning the spotlight on other ssues the Senate this week is xpected to debate Housepassed vorkmens compensation bill nd the House will deliberate ic Senateapproved unemploy ment compensation program Both OOPendorsed programs death I include a controversial family both houses The effort is expected plan feature which Democrats are pledged to fight DES MOINES plunge of the U S Discoverer II satellite may be visible lo rowans These are the only issues The satellite is expected lo beft on we anticipate a gin its final plunge to Partisanship early Tuesday Prof Perry sald of Iowa State College said Sun THE SENATE also is day night ecj t0 debatc bills to raise cor its passes wiiMake it directly altitude over Clarinda of 100 to 120 at an miles WASHINGTON iffi The CufCarr said the satellite will pass AUGUSTA Ga THREE EMPLOYES the leg jban people arc more interested over Clarinda about Jin getting back to work than U J L lfVi Ik LildJJ i added have frcc righ to north Tuesday traveling from south teir all nominated Christian A Hcr ns the injured werc taken to aKer as secretary of state to re in me Hamburg hospital BODOE AIR BASE marvelous moral principles of joined new Search over the snowcovered Mrs Setterberg and Miss Kirn Quite clearly then there IS killed instantly in the nounced the appointment last Snnrtav lor a miSSing CapSUlCiPrach cmifh nf Tmva Titv Sim f i j j 4 j IOWa Cty Sun Saturday and today went j place the seriously ailing John Dulles Eisenhower an a difference between the Social Ism of Nikita Khrushchev the Communism of Mao tung Those who have tended as many have that an unmendable split between Rus sia and China is as tomorrows sun are from the American satellite Disday afternoon II through the formality of seeking ninr t n th v Setterberg died Sunday night Senate conscnl Public hearings con the Norin University Hospitals in lowaon Herter 64 former governor wegian force and civilian of SS It will be visible to the naked But the bearded if il encounters enough air leader adds he wants free elecifrictlon to makc il slow Carr poralion taxes from two to three per cent arid the cigarette tax by one cent a package However a House passed measure to increase the indi vidual income tax rates 6 per ccnt is not expected to come out itcrl during office hours Material asking the contribu f U VI VJ J I X tion was placed on their in Cuba as soon as added of Schroeder said He asserted that these Isible Hes be not sure when that lne satellite is still in the jair Wednesday it will pass over committee Instead legislators said House is expected to pass the the Senate bill under which a per son would take eight per cent po using this as a condition of peopie are hungry ploy ment Castro said in a television in as sure that their forecast is on the way to fulfillment Im not yet ready to go that far Theres evidence but not proof acting secretary Gary 4 were hospitalizedJTuesday before the Senate Forj Washington Iowa and werceign Relations Committee can C130 transports reported in fair condition At the same lime the search n J A continued from ibis northern MISS KIRN was alone in her LOWerrTlCCd AutO most NATO air base with lowcar going south The Setter flying Cl30s bergs were returning to Iowa Castro caslro pecially where arc in HfinSS0 NOW WERE READY to eonj The operation was startedjCity after visiting relatives what a peoples comjFriday after witnesses reportediBurlington c what its true nature secmga metal obJect falinS to Setterbcrg was program 1Sl the ground in a parachute of radio station WSU in di Bought for Loveless DES MOINES UPI Gov Herschel C Loveless will be a deluxe model My information indicates thisjterview Sunday night solicitation has been widespread the stale agencies es the two hours and 20 minutes orDjt jthe Capitol Sunday night in a LEWIS E LINT Tax originalJy scheduled said The satellite launched in Cal ifornia April 13 was expected to istay up 30 days but the sion secretary said that the commission had no knowledge of political activity in its offices employes understand new car 0ur are not to n u i ji MI v 1J1 uc o j u t t 4 i Jl n ht nrn ground in a parachute aboubreclor of radio station WSUI inJFord with automatic lney arc 1S So last summer hour aftcr the satclitc City He was the son ofjsiqn The Iowa Executive he Said v ne rei for 15 minutes Neither dis closed what they talked about but Castro described the meet ing as very friendly DR RANDALL DIES IOWA CITY serv means for enablsuPposccl to pass over thc is Setteroerg of ferred 10 it as a means 101 unawij ing Red Chinalo make a leap forward in agricultural and indusirial production In the working out of things agricul ture has been more affected by CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 S700 THEFT Burlington Mrs Setterberg was a native of Council Bluffs Hake died in a Muscatine hos cilMonday accepted the bid of state law solicitation of jccs win bc at 2 Thurs made by Capital City political contributions from in Iowa City for Pr John NEWTON than S700 pilal Sunday of injuries suffered Motors Des Moincs The Governor earlier had signed into a law a bill which would allowi in cash was taken from a walk in vault at the Newtoi Daily News over the past weekend when he was struck by a car on Highway 61 six miles south of Muscaline employes A legislative Investi gating Commitlee last H Randall 60 professor and of obstetrics and gynccolo him lo exceed the Hmjt tolcnargcd this law was at the University of Iowa he declined lo make use of it purchase a prestige car But by the Unily Club of the State Commerce Commission College of Medicine He died SuncTay after suffering a stroke SAME IOWA SAFETT DEPARTMENT FIGURES BUck fU neani tftilh fklt M figure the state tax The revised tax formula is expected to bring about a million dollars more into state coffers Whether both houses can clean up their calendars by weeks endremains a matter of specu lation that night sessions may have to be held to take care of the mountain of work remaining Right he added in one heck of a DOCTORS HONORED DES M 0 I S ft Dr George F Dolmage Buffalo Center was one of 17 phy sicians to be elected to membership in the Iowa State Medical Society at the annual meeting Sunday   

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