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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 27, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for The VOL Associated ud Uaited laUnutioaal Full Wlret i CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Newspaper That Makes All North lowans Neighbors MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY MAY 27 VMf 7e a Copy rf Four HOME EDITION No Iff to Join in Big Four Discussions Thousands at Funeral for Dulles The Draft Hard on Treasury Million Spent to Call Up By FRANK ELEAZER WASHINGTON UPI One way or another most young fel lows these days are being passed up by ttie draft So here was Lt Gen Lewis B Hershey the draft director asking for more money not to draft em with From all the signs he may get it too although it is true a Senate Appropriations subcom mittee which heard Hersheys plea had hoped things would work out the other way around Chairman Warren G Magnu son DWash told the general folks are beginning to say look at that Hershey fellow spending million a year to take 000 men into the He said it looks to too like drafting these fellows is getting kind of expensive SAID HERSHEY whose troubles probably werent much worse when he was draft ing em by the hundreds of thousands each month But the way things are now Hershey said its riotthe fellow he drafts that costs him so much its the several others he leaves at home The trouble Hershey moaned it takes hundreds of pages of paper to defer a man where it takes only one page to induct There are some 16 million guys around who can testify to the efficacy of that one page Greetings President it said But although young men turn 18 each month and must register for the draft only WIDOW AT SERVICES The widow AP Phot of ax of John Foster Dulles holds the arm of cathedral at Washington to attend sery her Jxhii kas she walks into the ices for her late V about each month now get this cheery announcement WE ARE GOING on the as sumption now with a reasonable supply of manpower that where anybody is doing anything in the national interest we let em go ahead and do Hersbey explained S c i e ntists and engineers of course are deferred So are teachers So are young sters who look like they are going to be sci entist s en gineers and ELEAZAR teachers So in fact are students of just about anything else as long as they keep up their grades So are fellows in all kinds of jobs held to be useful Chandlers Hopes for 1960 Hurt LOUISVILLE Ky T Combs had the door almost closed on Gov A B Chandlers 1960 presidential hopes Wednes day by piling up a big lead for the Democratic gubernatorial Farmers dont go Fathers generally dont either With Hersheys declining bus iness in House recent ly ordered a cut in his budget For the year starting July 1 he asked for compared to the which he cur rently has The House gave him only HE ASKED THE senators to restore the reduction Not only is there endless paper work involved in deciding a man ought to be deferred Hershey said but once hes deferred hi local board always has to keep him in sight Its lot less work just to draft him But even then Hersheys trou bles arent said 40 per cent of the men he sends to the induction station are turned down as unfit for reasons that sometimes leave him scratching his head We had a fellow once tamed down on account of a bad Hershey recalled They said he couldnt lift Now he is a steve dore by BOND DES MOINES bond issue for construction of new school facilities in the DCS Moines School District was ap proved by the voters Tuesday to nomination Chandlers choice Lt GOV Harry Lee Waterfield was trail ing by votes with half of the states precincts tabu lated WATERFIELD SAID it was still a race claiming he was ahead in the rural areas in Tuesdays election Few ballots had been counted in his home in extreme western Ken tucky Offsetting this however was the fact that tabulation was equally slow in Combs native eastern Kentucky hills It was one of the bitterest Democratic primaries in years THE REPUBLICANS chow former Rep John Robsion astheir standard bearer in the November general election Chandler ineligible by law to succeed himself had counted on Waterfield to deliver him Kentuckys 30 votes at the Dem ocratic presidential convention next year Mason and cooler Wednesday night Lows lower to mid 40s Thursday partly cloudy and a little warmer Highs in low 70s Iowa Generally fair and cooler Wednesday night Lows 40s northwest to 50s southeast Thursday partly cloudy but with scattered showers in south portion Little warmer northwest but little cooler southeast Highs in 70s Fur ther scattered showers and not much tem perature change Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average 3 to 6 degrees be low normal Thursday throug next Monday Normal high are from 76 north to 79 south Normal lows are from 53 nort to 56 south Warmer Thurs day Cooler over the weekend Rainfall will be moderate I heavy averaging 75 to showers and Ihun derstorms Thursday or Fri day and again Sunday or Mon day Minnesota Showers wanner High Thursday 70 to 80 weather data up to 8 a m Wednesday Gdf Knodks Down Power Pole 18 Towns Go Dark ST towns in Northern Iowa and Southern Minnesota were without electric service for up to anhour Tues day night after a car ran off the road and sheared off a utility pole Lyle Dotzler 40 Glenville was driving the car when it ran off Highway 218 about 2 But a Combs victory could throw the votes behind Sen Lyndon Johnson of Texas a clpse friend of former Sen Earle C Clements chief spon sor of Combs Maximum Minimum At 8 a m Precipitation YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 51 53 59 78 50 Vienna Now Appears Likely Site for Talks at Summit GENEVA UPI The West ern Allies have abandoned San Francisco is the site for a sum mit conference in favor of Vien na Austria The Western powers bave just about made up their minds to holding a headsofstate parley n Vienna probably in the first 10 days of September reliable conference sources said Rus sia is expected to go along with he choice summit boom reached its peak about three weeks ago Nikita Khrushchev was known lo want to visit the United States New York was ruled out on grounds of security difficulties The Rus sians had indicated they did not object to San Francisco But the French and Western Germans raised strong objec tions President Charles de Gaulle of France announced flatly that if a top level meet A final decision will not beling were held on the American madeuntil the end of the pres ent Geneva foreign ministers conference West Coast it would be attended by Premier Michel Dcbre rath er thanhimself That apparently The S a a Franciscoforlhakilled the idea miles east of here knocked down the pole and went into a farm driveway Dotzler his wife and their young son were treated at an Osage hospital and released Iowa towns affected by the power disruption included Or chard Greene Marble Rock New Haven Riceville Elma Alta Vista North Washington ona Bassett Stacy ville Mcln tire and Meyer The mishap also knocked out electric service at Lyle Johnsburg Rose Creek Adams and Taopi in Minnesota Boy Touches Live Wire Receives Bad Hand Burns Huzeback 10 son of Mrs Frank LeMars was in Mercy Hospital in Mason City following an accident while playing in a Manly cemetery Tuesday evening Huzeback climbed to the top of a tall tree and touched some ive wires He was knocked from his perch and lodged in a crolch of the tree unconscious Ralph pavey and his son Jimmy reached Huzeback re vivcd him and look him to the hospital Both of the boys hands were badly burned DR GIBSON DIES IOWA CITY un Dr RoBert uibson 77 a faculty member since 1919 died Tuesday Dignitaries of World on Hand Simple Rites at Cathedral WASHINGTON Uf John Foster Dulles admired by his free world friends and respected by his Communist foes in the cold war went to a final rest Wednesday after six turbulent years as secretary ofslate Solemn services in Washing tons huge National Cathedral A horsedrawn caisson into Ar lington National Cemetery The muffled drums The burial serv ices The echo of Taps across the monumentcovered hills Thus went the official funeral which President Eisenhower at tended along with representa tives from nations large and small With them Dulles had worked to preserve the worlds peace until cancer ended liis career and caused his death Sunday at the age of 71 THE SENATE adjourned for the day so its members could attend as a group House leaders announced a recess at Ihe time of the funeral Top officials from many lands flocked to Washington lo pay their final respects West Ger mans Chancellor Konrad Ade I nauer arrived1Tuesday nig At the request of his family there was no sermon or eulogy for Dulles There were prayers readingsfrom the Old and New Testaments some of Dulles fa vorite hymns sung by the calhe drajs famous boys choir with the congregation joining in and a reading from John Bunyans Pilgrims Progress by Dr ROswell P Barnes of New York secretary of the World Council of Churches An hour before the service be gan the casket bearing Dulles body was borne from the chapel to the foot of the steps of the choir in the main part of the cathedral ALL THE scats in the vast Gothic cathedral were reserved Original plans lo set aside about 400 seats for the general public were abandoned because every scat and all available slanding room was needed lo accommodate the VIP gucsls President Eisenhower arrived with Mrs Eisenhower their son Maj John Eisenhower and Mrs John Eisenhower They sal in frontrow red leather uphol stered arm chairs in the left of the cathedral Then came the secretarys family the widow who had traveled many thousands of miles with him and was at his side when he died two sons and a daughter his brother Allen W Dulles head of the Central Intelligence Agency and other members of the family They sat in the front row to the right in plain wooden chairs with straw seats After a 25minute service the funeral party arranged to travel in a motorcade of some 200 cars Ihe quarlerhour drive lo Ihe Memorial Gate at Arlington Na tional Cemetery AP Pliololax HERE COMES GROMYKO Andrei Gromyko Russian foreign minister walks with aides from his plane at Idlewild Airport at New York after arriv ing from Europe fco attend funeral services for his former diplomatic opponent John poster Dulles In formants said Gromyko made the trip on orders from the Kremlin Alls Quiet in Berlin on Original Deadline Day7 BERLIN Ml The day Ihe Soviets once set for the West ern Allies to get out of West Berlin arrived Wednesday with no trouble in sight Premier Nikila Khrushchev has postponed the deadline in definitely The Soviet Embas sy in East Berlin assured the West that the Kremlin wouldnt renege The Army laid it withdrawal of the Allied mili tary garrisonsjrom West Ber lin He said that in six months the Soviets would give East Germanys Communist regime control over Allied military Iraffic between West Germany and the Communistsurround 1 ed Western half of the city The East Germans have con trolled civilian Iraffic to and from Berlin since 1955 THE WESTERN Allits planned no special alert for tQ recognize or dea American troops in West Ber lin BUT ALL THE talk of May 27 apparently acted as a mag net for tourists West Berlin was thronged with a record number of foreign visitors I must disappoint those who expect to get bravery said Mayor Willy Brandt smilingly May 27 will be like any other Six months Nov 27 Soviet Premier called for an end to the World War II occupation of Berlin and with the East German gov ernment rejected Khrush chevs demand There was talk of an armed convoy or a now airlift lo challenge any transfer Of traffic control to the East Germans Fear of war was The fears subsided when the West and he Soviets agreed to negotiate Khrushchev said he wouldnt try to alter Ber lins status while negotiations were in progress Meeting Set at Capital German Issue Main Topic FROM OUR WIRE SEKAICES Ei senhower will meet Thursday with the Big Four and foreign ministers of other nations who came here to attend the funeral of John Foster Dulles the White House announced Wednesday Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko will be among those attending a lunch set up in the White House Announcement of the affair came after Eisenhower met with Secretary of State Christian A Herter to receive a first hand re port on progress of the Geneva foreign ministers conference Undersecretary C Douglas Dil lon also sat inon the meeting HERTER FLEW HERE from Geneva with British Foreign Sec tary Selwyn Lloyd and French Foreign Minister Couve de Mur ville Gromyko had arrived by plane less than an hour before Both Herter and Gromyko ex pressed hope that progress can be made when the Geneva talks resume Gromkyo said he hopes the conference will be successful but noted it is too early to say if they will lead to an end of the cold war Herter who succeeded Dulles as secretary of slate said both sides at the Geneva meeting now have a better idea of the others thinking and he hopes for sufficient progress to justify a summit meeting Eisenhower also conferred with PrimeMinister Robert G Menzies of Australia who was already here for highlevel talks and also West German Chancel lor Konrad Adenauer who flew in from Berlin Tuesday night for the Dulles funeral SAME 214 IOWA SAFKTT JORFAKTMENT rfOUXKS Bfotk THERE AMID and ruffles from a military band Dulles casket was moved from the hearse to a horsedrawn caisson for the slow procession through the cemetery lo Ihe grave j The grave site for Dulles an Army major in World War I was al the edge of a hill ing down toward the Potomac River II and his simple marble tombstone were much the same as those accorded thousands of other military dead buried in the National Cemetery Final rites at committal service and a bene patched by the Family he President and Vice President Nixon and their par tics from chairs placed under a canopy Then Ihe military presented arms fired t full 19 jun salute and throe volleys of rifle fire and souoded taps HERTER SAID Gtnava EastWest talks have made only small It is my hope that in the negotiating sessions that He ahead sufficient progress can be made to justify the United Slates in going to a summit con he said During the 18hour flight Her ter Lloyd and De Murville re viewed prospects for persuad ing the Soviet Union to offer enough concessions at Geneva to insure a German settlement Assl Secretary of Slate Andrew Berding a passenger aboard the plane told newsmen the three Western foreign policy chiefs mainly discussed strate gy Berding said the secret phase of Ihe Geneva conference due to begin officially Friday after noon in Genqva actually will start aboard the Air Force plane which will fly the three men along with Gromyko back to the Swiss city AP Pbotofu TO FILM VON BRAUNS LIFE Wernher von Braun the Armys missile expert and actor Curt Jurgcns wholl portray him on the screen get together at Hollywood with a replica of Pioneer III the U space probing device Jurgens will play the lead in I Aim at tho the film story of Von Erauns life Manager Plan Will Stay at Sioux City SIOUX CITY City voters by a slim majority of 322 decided Tuesday to keep their city manager form of gov ernment A proposal to abolish this system which had been in effect for five years was de feated to of a commission form of govern ment had circulated petitions whch brought about the elec tion and the question on the bal lot was worded in such a way that those favoring the city manager plan had to vote Satellite Attempt Delayed Third Time VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE Calif dif ficulties have forced a third postponement of firing a Dis coverer HI into northsouth orbit with four mice passengers The postponement came Tuesday after six hours and 15 minutes of delays blamed on the weath er and technical troubles FASTTIME KILLED KEOKUK vot ers Tuesday turned down a pro posed switch to daylight savinf lime   

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