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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 7, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for LOBE HOME EDITION Newspaper tVo Mokes All North lowons VOL 97 PTMI ud Iteitod FuH LMM MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY MAY 7 7c a Copr Russian Children at Play Sidewalk Games Not Unlike Those in By TOM LAMBERT York tUrald Service hurry ing along the busy SadovoRing past Mayakovsky Square anc the Pekfng Restaurant were forced to the curb or up against the buildings the other day by a band of longstockinged little girls The children were hop ping with shrill screams through a game called The game called for skidding a stone into the chalked squares drawn on the sidewalk a one footed hop a straddle into two squares a dip for the stone and a hop back to the starting point Actually klassike is almost precisely the same game which little girls Yonkers and Oma ha and Angeles play every year about this time It is called hop KLASSIKE is just of the games the Soviet youngster now are playing at the tops of their voices undaunted by an occasional dip of the thermome ter or a sprinkle of rain Many of the games are remarkably similar tothose played in the United States Europe and even in the Far East There is salochki priatelki and not greatly different from high spy hideandseek keepaway blind mans buff and darebase For the little Russian girls r there is ropeskipping singly or in twos and threes under the swinging Occasionally a red scarfed Young Pioneer brother is impressed into serv ice on one end of the rope For theboys there isJLshtan somethinglike aicombina tion of throw out and a version of mumbletypeg called THERE IS NO baisbol for Soviet boys nor are there any marble games But there is scarcely a courtyard in which there is not a daily afterschool Saturday or Sunday game of soccer style with a milling crowd of kicking an indoorsized rubber ball up and down fields bounded by the sides of the buildings in which they live The boys also play with coins a quasiskill gambling game called in which players snap metallic ko pek coins off the brick wall of a house at a line or another ko pek on the ground wilh the lat ter going to the player who snaps his coin closest to the mark And for the boyandgirl groups the smaller children there are the searching and guessingrunning games includ ing and which mean hot andcold and Lillle Russian girls generally seem restrained fairly prim and mannerly in their games But boys like their counterparts abandon the formalities of games for go with their fists RUSSIAN BOYS of I to fight like boys on the Rhine or the Hudson or along Tokyo Bay intermittent bursts of wild swings pauses for wary study and gritty talk and ses sions of pushing blows Casual tics are almost negligible Like parents anywhere Rus sian fathers and mothers keep an indulgent eye on tfieir young sters while they are playing or quarreling Like parents any AP Photolax SEEING IS NOTBELIEVING When the driver ofthe panel andtried to pull out the first truck Then a street mainven vv the convertible stuck in the mud on a Minneapolis street ance tractor right attempted t6get at the trucks from the other believe the situation was too bad and tried to pass the car a result the street was blocked but good Anyone for a game The driver of the dump truck at left didnt think it wasso bad of cards Link Youth to Death Held on Assault rges DAVENPORT Coun y Sheriff Pete Wildman said Thursday a 24yearold vDaven ort man has hthY February slayingof pretly 17 year old Marlene Pad ield Lisbon The girl disappeared Feb 18 ler skelelon was found last Wednesday said a state ment has been obtained from bhnny Lee Kohl 24 who is be ng held in the county jail on wo counts of rape and a thirc harge of sexual assault The sheriff said the slatement yas obtained from Kohl as a esult of questioning by mem bers of his staff and state agents WILDMAN SAID Kohl was questioned in connection with he slaying after Davenport po ice reported he had been identi ied by a Cedar Rapids woman as her assailant last December le previously lapids His bond in lived in Cedar the Davenport ascs had been set at Wildman said he could not re ease details of the statement at he request of the county attor leys office Miss Padfields skeleton was where those here share the trouble mothers and fathers generally have in the youngsters to persuading halt their games and come home for din ner or study But in Moscow twilight it isnt the call Johnny you come right home that echoes along the streets Its Kolya or Tan paiti meaning you come And the implied threat works just about as effec tively here as it does in St Lou is with Kolya or Tanya hanging back for as many more minutes as prudent CREAM PUFF PUNCHERS SWANSEA Wales UPI Two husky young men who a fight in a garden here were under arrest Thursday for destroying public property They were hitting each other with daffodils ound in a wooded area near a well known lovers lane about 12 miles southeast o Cedar Rapids She was daughter the of MARLENE Mr and Mrs Hammond H PadfSeld o f Lisbon The skfele ton was found by dogs on the Roy White farm A blouse found near the remains was identified by Mrs Padfield as belonging to her daughter popularly known s aspired to be an ac tress She had quit high school in her senior year and had taken a job at the former J and T Ra dio and Television repair shop in Cedar Rapids She was last alive the night of Feb 18 with a Coc Col lege student at a cafe He had a leading part in a Community Theater play and the girl talked to him about her chances of landing a part Cedar Rapids authorities said Kohl was arrested here April 18 on a complaint filed by a Davenport woman She told po iice that the was dragged into an alley near llth and Brady streets and attacked at knife pointKohl was picked up a few blocks from the scene after po icesaid he was seen running from the area He was charged with rape in that case and also charged with rape and sexual assault in two other Davenport cases wbijph oc curred during January Mason City Clearing Thursday night lows about 35 Generally fair and warmer Friday high in the mid 60s Iowa Generally fair Thursday night and Friday Lows Thurs day night mid 30s to mid 40s Warmer Fridajvhighs mid60s mid Further outlook Saturday partly cloudy andf Minnesota Partly cloudy warmer Highs 60s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Thursday Maximum 58 Minimum 36 At 8 L 45 YEAR AGO Maximum 66 Minimum 38 i i Governor Vetoes Bill Aimed at Shoplift Suspects DES MOINES Wl A legisla tive bill intended to protect mer chants from suits for false arrest in the case of suspected shop lifters was buried Thursday un der the veto of Gov Herschel Loveless Contending that the bill made it possible to disregard a per sons basic human rights the Governor sent the measure back o the Legislature late Wednes day with his disapproval It was bis fourth veto of the session The bill would have allowed a merchant or law officer to de Lain a person suspected of shop lifting and he would have no right to sue forfalse arrest even if innocent Loveless said he recognized the seriousness of a shoplifting problem which merchants say costs them millions of dollars a vear But he added It is re spectfully suggested that it does not merit the disregard for basic luman rights which would be possible under The Governor also said there was some ambiguity in the bill with respect to who may search a suspect and under what cir cumstances Astaire Makes Shamble of m TV 9 Emmys VKOM OUK WIRE DBS MOINES The Iowa Legislature has alVbnt greed on a final annual budget of durinsf he 195961 fiscal period The final budget will be more than million a year above he amount recommended by Gov Herschel C Loveless and about million a year above Uie state spending for each year jf the 195759 biennium The only item of Ihe total budget set up by the 1959 Legisla ure which still needs approval is a tiny a year appro priation for a study of mortuary science at the University of OW3 The Legislature settledthree of the four deadlocks over budget matters in quick action late Wednesday The budget calls for appropriations of Board of Control mental and penal institutions Board of Social Welfare m Board of Regents about and state depart mcnts There was a multitude of j olher smaller approprialions as veil as such big spending ap propriations for agri cultural land lax credit and for homestead lax cred ls which need no legislative approval this session no si MOST OF THE in he appropriations in the next wo years will come in the field of spending in building construc ion The Legislature approved spending a year on slate building construction com pared with nothing for the 1957 i9 fiscal period Meanwhile the fall of gavels hat will send members pf the jcgislature home from their 959 session was anxiously awaited in both houses The By JAMES BACON HOLLYWOOD Wl Fred As taire and his first big show for television danced nimbly away Wednesday night with every Emmy within reach v An With Fred As ninev and won T oJdliii took their share of the 42 among them Jack etta Young Dinah Shore Perry Como arid Edward R Jtfurrow Omnibus the Hallmark Hall of Fame Playhouse 90 and the AlcoaGoodyear theater were winners among the big pro Among TVs gunslinger adventures the choice was Mav t v wfii climbed to the stage so manj times to accept the TV Acade mys Emmys that for the las for the outstanding pro grim of the there was no the v AP PholoUx EMBARRASSING Dancing star Fred Astaire right gets a pat on the shoulder from actor Robert Young as he accepts his ninth Emmy of the night at the annual TV awards ceremony in Hollywood As taire said it was wonderful but Car Leaves Road Dubuque Man Dies DUBUQUE UPI Joseph Miller 43 was killed nslantly Wednesday night when his car went off a county road near here and crashed Baby Taken by TeenAger Returned Home by Mother ALBUQUERQUE N M Sleepy little Mitchell Johnson snuggled into his mothers arms Thursday back home from a nightmare probably he wont re member much about The lV4yearold son of Mr and Mrs Paul Johnson was town back from Dallas where lis 16yearold babysitter took lim It all started last Monday when the babysitlcr Betty Smithey a snubrnoscd fugitive rom the Girls Welfare Home in AltfUquerquc wandered off with he litUe boy She had been sit ing with him in the home at Placilas a mountain village northeast of Albuquer que I dont know why I did the orphaned teenager said in Dallas after her arrest Mrs Johnson had been work ing ts a psychologist at the girls institution She said she re signed Friday and received per mission to take Belly home with her Bettys attempts to give Mitch ell to strangers in a drugstore in led to recovery of the baby Belly was found by police in a cafeteria in downtown Dal las Herter to Make Bid for Support WASHINGTON WVSecrelary of Slate ChrisUan A Herlcr plans a major bid for public support and understanding Thursday night on Ihe eve of his trip to the EaslWcst Geneva conference on Germany Indica lions arc he will not spring any surprises in American policy The speech will be broadcast and telecast at 8 Herter is expected to stress what he regards as the reason ableness of plans for a peaceful solution to Ihe German crisis AME DATElStm one on stage lo make Ihe pres enlalion Aclor Robert Young hurried down the aisle of Ihe Moulin Rougenighl club lo give Ihe Golden Statuette to Aslaire a big night for dear olc Aspire breathlessly tol nationwide television audienc which saw the 90mmulc show Thai jiist about summed uj the lUi Annual TV Emmy Awards Aslaire or his show won fo most ouslandlng single pro gram best special musical or varicly show one hour long besl single performance by an aclor best direction of a single musical or varicly program best writing of a single imisica or variety program best Jive camera work host art director jest musical conlribulion and best choreography THE OLD PROS had things coming Ihcir way Jack Benny won two awards as besl nclor in comedy scries and for the best comedy scries Dinah Shore a repeal winner was named best actress in a musical series and her Sunday nighl show was lagged the best mu sical or varicly scries Julie Harris the gentle hero ne of Lillle Moon Of was selected as the best single performance by an aclress The Perry Mason series won Emmys for the privalc eyes wilh Raymond Burr taking besl ead in a dramatic scries and Barbara Hale actress Lorctla Young was named best leading acress in a dramatic series DENNIS WEAVER gtm py depuly lo Marshal Dillon in was cited as best supporting aclor in a dramatic series Jane Wyalt was named jest leading actress in a com cdy scries Father Knows Ann B Davis was named best supporting actress in a comedy scries for her Schullzie on Ihe Bob Cummings Show Tom Poslon one of Steve Al cns gang was named best sup porting aclor in a comedy se 7 Million in Budget OKd by Legislature in ime for the signal to stop work and thus end the session for all iraclical purposes was uncer ain It could coiiie late in the day or the hour might be post poned for decision Friday A cpaUUon of Demo crats and Thursday killed still another effort to achieve rcapportionnvenV qf th Legislature in this vote was 2523 suspfendirij the rules lo bring up the Millei pi tin which passed 6835 the House had Wednesday I would have required 30 Affirm a Live voles to suspend the rules THE HOUSEPASSED plan similar lo one endorsed by the owa Farm Bureau earlier in Ihe session was drafted by Sen Jack Miller RSioux Under Ihe Miller plan each county would be given one rep rescntalivc and Ihc nine largest Ktpulation counties each would given an extra representative a tolal of 108 rcpresenla ives as at present The Senate vould have consislcd of 55 members under present popula ion estimates Senate scats vould be apportioned among the eight congressional districts B52 Jet in Record Nonstop Flight WASHINGTON B 2G jet bomber newest Hbomb and missilo carrier of the Slra cgic Air Command has made record nonslop flight of more than miles without refuel ng The spectacular perform ance took place last Dec 15 iut was disclosed only Thurs day Crisscrossing Ihe United Slates al 500 miles an hour for 8 hours Ihe new giant of the kics gave a striking demon TAYLOR C Taylor 85 former chairman of Ihe Sled Corp and former presidenlial represen tative lo Pope Pius XII wilh Ihe rank of ambassador died Wednesday in his home Named to Ihe post in 1939 by the late President Franklin D Roosevelt Taylor served for 10 years acling also as Presi dent Harry S Trumans per soiial representative to Pius Xll ses With Roar WESTBUEY MB A argc industrial building erected by scores collapsed with an of workers earshaller ng roar Thursday At least nan was killed a number in ured and an estimated 20 rapped in Ihe wreckage Hundreds of rescue workers rushed to the scene and tore at the mounds of twisted steel girders and splintered planking vilh bare hands in an effort o free trapped laborers FOR A cries arose tration of its potential as an airborne alert aircraft AN INSIDE JOB KNOXVILLE Tenn UPI olicc quickly solved the theft if Wednesday night from ohn Maples The money had alien through a hole in Maples pocket into the hollow center f his artificial leg TIME and from the heap of ubblc lying on the floor of the onestory building Giant cranes also were sped o the site to hoisl heavier seg menU and permil rescue teami o crawl underneath The building was under con truclion at the Westbury In lustrial Park about 30 miles ast of New York City on Long sland The steel framework had been erected and roofing and brick finishing work were under way The structure 200 feet long and 150 feet wide was to house an electronics firm A STEEL GIRDER in roof was believed to have given way causing the avalanche of steel and wood tis cascadt downward As many as 100 workmen were believed to have been on the job some on the roof When Ihe crash came with little or no warning there was a wild scramble for life Some escaped One group of 15 mea had left the building an instant before the collapse FLIGHT NOT AUTHORIZED Iraqi Free Italian Airliner BAGHDAD Iraq Iraqi authorities freed a big Italian airliner Thursday after de taining it 27 hours for making a flight across Iraq that was not specifically authorized With 8 crew members and 17 or more passengers bound westward from Tehran the DC6B plane took off for Bei rut passengers Oiiginaly were re p o r I e d aboard but Alitalia the planes owners Jaid there were 17 Three wert Americans They were Mr and Mrs Rob ert Rachwal of G I e n d a 1 e and Arthur McLaren of Katonah Alitalias Baghdad represca tative Joseph Thweny Pilot Walter GalH and Iraqi airport authorities all denied an an nouncement by the companys headquarlcrs in Rome that Iraqi fighters forced down the plane Thweny explained the inci dent thus The piano did not have per mission to fly over Iraq quired by the Iraqis for each Alitalia flight for the last two landed on radio in structions from the Baghdad airports control tower to ei iher put down here or head back to Tehran The pilot Capt Walter Galli of Rome he was under the impression it was permis sable to fly over Iraq duriog daylight hours During the last two months however air lines to secure in dividual permission for tack flight Iraq i   

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