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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 29, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for f ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The Newspaper That Makes All North iowans Neighbors HOME EDITION VOL f7 Associated Prtsi United International Full Lease Wirej MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY APRIL W 1959 7o Copy Paper of Two m Mrs Luce Welcome in Brazil Ike Kennedy Leading the Pack But Stevenson Rated Highly as Demo Candidate CHICAGO John S Knight until recently editor and pub lisher of the Chicago Daily News has taken a look at the Democrats field of presidential hopefuls and come up with some interesting reactions Knights standing as a polit ical prognosticator was en hanced in 1952 when out of the blue and in oversized headline type he announced without qual ification that Richard Nixon would be Dwight D Eisenhow ers running mate This report by the publisher of papers at Akron Ohio De troit Miami and Charlotte N is not as spe cific as the one seven years ago But it throws some reveal ing light on the trend of thought in both parties WHEN YOU ASK a Demo crat about the partys outlook in 1960 you learn two things 1 The Democrats will win hands down and 2 They are blessed with half a dozen good candidates So we decided to poll some of the Republican women on what they thought of the opposition claims Naturally no one con ceded that the Democrats were a sure shot to win And this is how they rated the Democratic leaders Sen John Kennedy Young attractive good mind strong ap peal to women voters Negative factors listed were youth immaturity and religion Catho PAYLESS PAYDAY Michigans State Treasurer Sanford Brown holds an empty money sack to drama tize the states cash emergency Gov Mennen Wil liams has announced funds are lacking to meet the payroll Thursday for 325 legislators judges and other top employes A 5 million payroll for lesser employes is due May 11 and also may not be met The Democratic Governor and the GOPcon trolled Legislature are at odds on hownew funds should be appropriated SEN STUART Symington Excellent Senate record on na tional defense acceptable to la bor business aad the South best compromise candidate Factors against were oneissue sen ator and failure to attract a large national following Sen Hubert Humphrey Con vincing speaker good appear ance agile politician Adverse reactions included too liberal and talks too Sen Lyndon Johnson Able Senate mojority leader highly respected Belief was expressed that heart attack and Texas res idence would rule him out New Jersey Gov Robert Mey ner Good man who has made no national impact ADLAJ STEVENSON Best known Democratic leader with British Press Blasts Montgomerys Attack on Leadership LONDON UP Britains press fired a concerted blast at Field Marshal Montgomery Wednesday declaring the blunt old soldier chose the worst possible moment to launch a TV attack on the quality of U S leadership The papers expressed fear Montgomerys derogatory re marks on the eve of the EastWest foreign ministers talks might have dealt a damaging blow to BritishAmerican unity In an hourlong film televised interview Montgomery said that American leadership of the free world is suspect and de clared that Britain had forward to supply the consis SHARP TONGUES Verbal Acid Cause of Luce Furor WASHINGTON UP A part ing drop of verbal acid from Clare Boothe Luce has brewed a new storm that could end in her quitting her newly won job as ambassador to Brazil Shortly after the Senate gave her a thumping 7911 vote of confirmation Tuesday in spite of bitter opposition by Sen Wayne Morse Mrs Luce issued this state ment in New York GRATEFUL for the overwhelming vote of confir mation in the Senate We must now wait until the dirt settles My difficulties of course go some years back and began when Sen Wayne Morse was kicked in the head by a That put the fat in the fire Morse still on the Senate floor retorted This is part of an old pattern of mental in stability on her Several of his Democratic colleagues who had voted for Mrs Luces confirmation jumped up to repel the attack against one of their own They said if they had it to do over theyd vote against her MRS LUCES husband Hen ry R Luce of the TimeLife Fortune publishing empire said in New York he had asked his wife to resign the ambassadorship Mrs Luce playwright for mer Republican congresswom an from Connecticut and for mer ambassador to Italy is celebrated for her abrasive tongue speech in which Defends Envoys Ability Check Made on Attitude FROM OCR WIKE SERVICES Ei senhower said Wednesday he saw no reason why Clare Boothe Luce should resign as the new ambassador to Brazil Eisenhower conceded at a news conference that Mrs Luces remark about Sen Wayne Morse DOrc Tuesday following her Senate confirma tion may have been ill advised But he thought it was only hu man Mrs Luce remarked that her troubles with Morse go some years back when Senator Morse was kicked in the head by a Morse had led a bitter but futile attack on Mrs Luces nomination EISENHOWER REVEALED that at his request a special check was made in Brazil Tues day afternoon He said this showed that it was quite clear Mrs Luce still would be wel come as this countrys envoy in Brazil Therefore he said he NO COMMENT Clare Boothe Luce and her husband publisher Henry Luce had no comment for newsmen on return to their New York home following a re AP Phoiofax ception Tuesday night Luce asked his wife to resign her newlywon post of ambassador to Brazil in face of com ments made in the Senate saw no major impairment of her usefulness She made the remark the Lake Youth Among 850 Scholarship Winners largest following The Repub lican women thought however that a twotime loser would not tency needed by the Western Alliance The interview was shown on screens not long after Montgomery arrived in Moscow for a private visit which some PipelineBreaks Gas Tanks Filled HOLLIDAYSBURG Pa UP A 20inch underground gasoline pipeline burst near this central British papers have condemned Pennsylvania town Wednesday spilling thousands of gallons of MONTGOMERY who filmed the interview before making his selfappointed mission to Mos cow to examine what ails East West relations also fired a scat ter shot at President Eisenhow she said Franklin D Roose velt lied us into war was one of the main things for which Morse criticized her After word of her parting gibe at Morse sped to the Sen ate floor Dirksen tried to smooth things over by compli menting Morse on his dur able sense of Farmer Injured Under Tractor NEW HAMPTON Reported in uncertain condition at St Jo sephs Hospital here Wednesda was James Olson 83 who wa injured Tuesday in a tracto accident on his farm four mile northeast of here Olson pinned beneath th ractor he was operating wa explosive fuel into fields and found by rural mail carrier Ver streams Police evacuated at non Brorby shortly before noon least 25 families in a precauInvestigating officer Galen Folk tionary move The flow of fuel ers Chickasaw County sheriff President said in the heat of anger But he went on so far as he is concerned the criticism of the Oregon senator was not meant as any disparagement of the Senate He also said that nol far offered lo resign CLEAR Allen Smith a senior at Clear Lake High School has been named winner of of 850 National Merit Scholarships in nationwide competition He is the son of Mr and Mrs Alfred W Smith 713 Gth Place N The Merit Scholars were an nounced Wednesday from among students entered in 1958 was stemmed by closing that Olson apparently los be nominated unless the John Foster Dulles and Secivalves lo the east and west of his tractor while en tion became deadlocked After talking with the Repub lican ladies we polled some of the wiser po litical heads around Wash ington These included men who have seen them all come and go and who for the most part are known to be realistic and objective in their apprais als Sen John Kennedy all admit is well in the lead and must at this time be ranked the leading contender However few actual ly expressed reasons to support their views retary of Stale Christian A ine break A bulldozer was usedlgaging in discing operations I Herter to build a dam and prevent into a ditch pinning the These American leaders the ther gasoline from flowing intoiower Parl o his body beneath the fishing streams in the vehicle Residents salvaged gasoline and A wrecker was needed to ex KENNEDY This brought us to Adlai Stev enson who has said repeatedly that he is not a candidate but in less forthright terms than Gent Sherman used to end specula tion about his own candidacy nearly a century The feeling here is that while Stevenson will not enter any presidential primaries he cer tainly will be available if the Los Angeles convention wants him to serve Aged lowan Struck by Train Killed DES MOINES W Lawrence Piper 84 retired brickyard worker was killed late Tues day when hit by a Wabash freight train as he was walking slong the railroad tracks wartime hero asserted are people who are not very well and added that this is not Commented the Tabloid Daily Sketch Monty is dead right when he says that soldiers should stay out of politics If only he would take his own good THE LIBERAL News Chroni cal said the references to the health of Americas leaders were couched in the worst pos sible and to add the taunt about Western leadership pass ing to Britain is like a small boy putting his thumb to his filled their car tanks jtricate Olson What will Montgomery have to say to Soviet Premier Khru schev the Daily Sketch asked We can only stand well back cross our fingers and it said In his freewheeling criticism Montgomery charged that Amer can leadership had perhaps slipped a little because howcr Herter and Dulles arent very well very American leadership he said could be characterized by lack of decision at the top WRECKAGE FOUND NICOSIA Cyprus IKA wrecked plane spotted on a bleak moimlainlop in southeast Turkey was identified Wednes Luces husband Henry R Luce of the TimeLifeFortune pub lishing empire had recommend ed HE POINTED OUT that for mer Secretary of State John Foster Dulles had suggested her appointment He said that after icr husbands Time magazine rinted a story which was lamed for violence in Bolivia she offered to have her nomi nation withdrawn Here again he President pointed out was case when the government id not think this was necessary because of sentiment in Brazil indicating she would be wel come as this nations envoy This was Eisenhowers first Washington news conference since March 25 He dealt with these other topics scholarship carries a stipend based on a students need This stipend is variable and is deter mined for each merit scholar in dividually The average sum is about a year RICHARD PLANS to enroll at Iowa State College majoring in electrical He in tends to follow a career in com 59 competition by over product design Especially aclivlrin the inu and choir ensembles in state contests and pep band and has served as manager of the band At church choir and is Richards scholarship spon sored by the CutlerHammer Foundation is for four years of financial assistance at the col lege of his choice Each merit sical program at Clear Lak High Richard plays in the ban and sings in the choir and Boys Glee Club He has also been a member of the AllStale band Hound Finally Freed After 6 Days in Crevice LABOR REFORM He sard lie was very much disappointed by the Senatepassed labor re form bill He expressed hope hat the House wouid strengthen t The President said he felt the Senate bill did not deal prop erly with secondary boycotts jlackmail picketing and the as signment to the individual states of jurisdiction in purelyloca disputes where the National La Dor Relations Board has refusec o move in Iraq He said the situation n Iraq was very serious bc ause of Communist intcrven on in that Middle East coun day as a British air freighter missing wfth secret parts for Britains rockeL range in Aus ralia APvPhotofax Elsie Poorman Spokane took her sons old Armyblouse and cap and put her pet boxer Fritz in uniform for this entry in a camera club contest Fritz a reaJ ham cooperated beautifully and the photo took second place SAME OWASSO Okla Grimy rescuers Wednesday freed Little Richard a coon dog and rushed him to a vet erinary hospital They said the hound was in good After chipping a passage way to within inches of the dog volunteers set off a tiny charge of dynamite dislodg ing a boulder in Little Rich ards path Then a man with a jackhammer tore the boul der loose Little Richard on the sixth day of his imprisonment calmly staggered out of the crevice to the cheers of the rescuers He was said 13 yearold Bill Hart He wagged his tail and crept up the ledge so they could put him in the Tuesday night he gulped a tranqoiliier pill in a of hamburger designed to keep him alive and quiet while workers chipped through solid rock The white spotted hound dog lost an estimated 10 pounds THIS ONE STAYS COLUMBUS Ohio UPI Prison barber Slick Cameron reported to the warden Wednes day hes quite unable to compjy with regulations and shave off he mustache of new prisoner Tom Campbell The handlebar decoration is a tattoo he sings in tha treasurer of his LuVher League He also is an Eagle Scout and has received the Pro Deo et Patria Award His hobbies include music scien tific projects and sports Of1 the 850 high school seniors named National Merit Scholars 750 of the bright teenagers will share in over million in scholarship assistance The other 100 scholars received honorary awards RICHARD A SMITH Mason City Fair to partly cloudy through Thursday Highs Thursday 6570 Low Wednesday night 4045 Iowa Couples 4 Children Graduating From College owa Fair to partly cloudy through Thursday Highs Thursday 6570 north 707 south Lows Wednesday nigh 4045 north 4550 south Fur ther outlook Friday partly cloudy and mild FUNDS FOR the jnerit schoF arship awards are being pro ided by 90 different companies bundations and other groups nd by the National Merit cholarship which con ucls the annual competition Scholarship winners achieved xtremely high test scores and isplayed outstanding personal achievement in winning the mostsought awards available to high school students The 000 students who entered the competition which began a year ago represent about 32 per cent of the countrys entire high school senior enrollment Funds provided with each four year merit scholarship vary ac cording to individual need from to a year Stipend amounts are confidential since partly based on each familys financial Most of the scholarships also include a gift to the college chosen by the student ranging from to S500 a year SMITH WAS ONE of 27 North Iowa seniors named last Oc iober as semifinalists after tak ing qualification tests in April 1958 Most of the 27 then sur vived threehour examinations SHELDON This is a busy year for the Wayne Bils lands of Sheldon All four of their children are graduating from college But Mrs Bilsland says Its been worth all of the work and money Roger 22 was graduated from Iowa State College in February Keith 24 Margie 21 and Barbara 20 will be graduated from the State Uni versity of Iowa in June All of the Bilsland children worked parttime to help pay the costs of their educations Keith is working as a me chanic in a garage Margie in a dormitory office and Bar bara as night clerk in a dor mitory Bilsland operates a garage and implement shop and Mrs Bilsland works for him at of fice help and bookkeeper Fiveday Iowa will average through next Monday Norma highs are 67 north to 69 south Norma lows are 42 north to 46 south Mild until turning cooler Saturday or Sunday Precipitation will average 25 lo 75 of an inch as scattered showers and thunderstorms mostly Saturday and Sunday given in December and became finalists Some students less than one per cent of the nations senior class reached the semifinals North Iowa seniors who reached the semifinals were Clear and Paul Ellgen Mason Kubi Temperatures cek and David Grosland Mes near norm a A Wood Stephanie Everett Carpenter Iris E Saltou Charles City Susan E Chznner Aria Curtis James Erfa Thomas Green and Carl 0 Trindle oren Engrav Carl Hoeg Davis Nelson and Nancy New o u s e Hall Anderson Del Minnesota Partly cloudy show ers Highs Thursday 5570 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Wednesday Maximum 68 Minimum 42 At 8 a m 53 Precipitation trace DISPENSATION VATICAN CITY John XXIII Wednesday author ized the worlds Roman Catho lics to this Friday May 1 International Labor Day bert Berghoefer and William Randall Iowa Fairall and Claire Rollins Lake H e 11 n e Franklin Consolidated M a r garet Wirtz Marble Donald Barth and John Hardwig and Neal Wal thcr GETS AWARD WASHINGTON UPI James Van Allen 44 Universl y of Iowa scientist was named lo the National Academy Science Tuesday   

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