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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 24, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowot Daily Newspaper EdiWd for CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Tht Ncwspoptr That Mokti All North lowans Neighbors w m j HOME EDITION VOL 97 PTCM UkiUd imUraitfamal Full MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JUNI J4 IWf 7c a Copy Consist of Four at Elizabeth Uses All i Her Titles On Tour Shes Being Queen of Canada Only By RICHARD SPONO EditorUl Keteareh Bureau WASHINGTON When Queen Elizabeth II welcomes President Eisenhower aboard the royal yacht Britannia at the St Lam bert Lock of the St Lawrence Seaway she will act as Queen of Canada For all that she is Elizabeth II by the grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Brit ain and Northern Ireland and of her other realms and territor ies Queen of the Com monwealth and Defender of the Faith in the style recomended by Debretts she is also the constitutional monarch of Can ada Australia New Zealand and South Africa An understandable confusion Elizabeth visited the United States in the autumn of 1957 She attended the celebra tion at Williamsburg as the monarch of Great Britain but in where Prime Minister John Diefenbaker act ed as her principal adviser she was Queen of Canada THE UNITED STATES wil see little of Her Majesty on this visit With Prince Philip she wil attend an international exposi tion in Chicago Otherwise her 45day tour is being devoted en tirely to of which she will traverse just about the length1 and such remote areas as the Yukon Ter no reigning mon arch has ever penetrated Indeed although the attitude bver here seems to be that the Queen is making the trip pri marily to dedicate the St Law rence Britain this ceremony is as in cidental to the The London Times makes the point that the people of Canada numbering 16 millions and spreadover a vast area stand in need of a symbol which the Queen supplies to confirm their integral nationhood Cana dians are being shown their monarch a national ruler and as a human being AND at Times asserts In the evergrowing complexity of modern society the truth we all need most to comprehend is thatthe august symbol and the simple person are one and be hind all the elaboration of gov ernment the center and inspir ation of it all is a human being like On a more practical level the boom in Canada is making that nation the most rapidly growing and probably the most prosper ous member of the British Com monwealth So it is well to have the ties to the motherland how ever finely knitted held up from time to time to affectionate pub lie view FOR US OF United State it is significant that the two glimpses we shall have of the Queen will be at internationa ceremonies both marking a his toric step forward in coopera tion across the border The pas few years have been filled with more than their share of rows with our neighbors lo the north principally over wheat and dol lars But accommodations are be ing made and in any event the squabbles bittei as they occa sionally became were never ser ious enough to give rise to the slightest doubt of hemispheric solidarity on defense or of cp operation in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization Indeed a s o r t of historical footnote shows the U dian friendship in Its clearest image Gunboats are cruising the peaceful waters of the Great Lakes for the St Lawrence cele bration only because diplomats were able lo wi rk out a tempor ary suspension of the Rush Bagot Convenlion of 1817 which provided for the perpetual dis armament of the lakes 184 Flood Victims in Southwest China TOKYO UPI First official casually reports from the floods ia soulhwesl China Wednesday listed it least 384 persons killed 29 others missing destroyed AP Photoiax CRACKDOWN ON HOODS A string of parked cars was caught under a con Wednesday The 12foot high 150foot crete which collapsed in long structure apparently was weakened the rear of a Yonkera N apartment by a rainstorm No one washurt Revolt Threat in Argentina in BUENOS AIRES Argentina UP Rear Adm sake Rojas a hero of the revolt that toppled Juan Peron issued a defiant call early Wednesday for Ihe resignation of President Arluro ETrondizi The government shot sack that Frpndizi will not quit Rojas sounded a virtual call See Good Chance of Longs Release BATON ROUGE La WI Vfrs Earl Longs decision to eave Louisiana for an extended rest Wednesday skyrocketed Gov Longs hopes for victory in his court batlle for reedom from a state mental hospital Longs chief attorney Joe Arthur Sims said the latest de velopment made the governors release certain Sims broke the of Mrs ongs departure Tuesday night He didnt know her des but she had been plan ning to go away since Sunday j o arms to the countrys increai ingly rebellious armed forces Branding the 14monlhol Frondizi administration tarn ished and Roja warned the president he face a military ouster if he fails t heed the ultimatum to resign INTERIOR MINISTER Alfre do V i t o 1 o the president staunchest defender in the week old crisis retorted that the gov ernment would meet the threa of a revolt with all its power The sudden developmen clearly drew the lines between Committee Approves Payroll Publication WASHINGTON UPI Th Senate Rules Committee Wed nesday unanimously apprpved a resolution lo publish the entire Senate payroll on a quarterly basis beginning this fall The resolution will be sent lo Ihe Senale floor If approved there I will become one of the rule of the Senate the government and rebellious factions in the armed forces denunciation was the boldest open defiance lo Fron dizis harried regime Vilolos sharp answer made il clear that is deler mined to cling to the presidency even if it means a showdown with the armed forces IT APPEARED ext r e m e 1 y doubtful Frondizi would be able to work out a compromise1 with the militant rebels The only question seemed lo be whether the mDitary leaders have enough strength lo force Ihe president out Rojas ullimalum was deliv ered lo a late news conference after a hectic day of conferences between Frondizi and political leaders The president sought to piece together a new cabinet in hopes of appeasing the military men who have accused him of ineffective economic policies and of coddling the Communists and Peronists who helped elecl lim Frondizis entire cabinet re signed Mpnday under pressure rom the military who demand ed sweeping changes in Ibe re Iowa Girls Hurt in Norway Blaze RUSSELL UPI A locker planl operalor here has reported hat his daughter and a friend were injured in Ihe fire lhal tilled 24 persons at Stalheim Norway Tuesday Theodore Hile said he called he hospital in the Norwegian own when he realized his daugh ers itinerary placed her al the ashionable hotel at the time of ie blaze He said lhal he learned his aughter Carolyn 7A suffered and her companion Miss oanna Mcintz 23 DeWStt a roken leg AH REGAL ENTRANCE Wearing a diamond tiara and a rejal gown Queen Elizabeth smiles as she walks into the Chateau Frontenac Hotel at Quebec attend a state dinner given by the provincial government of Quebec She is touring Canada M ita queen Ike Asks Aid Change Lawmakers Are Backing Herter WASHINGTON tfi Secretary of State Christian A Herters against yielding the free dom of West Berlin found over whelming support in Congress Wednesday U S diplomats hoped the evi dence of solid congressional backing in both parties would help impress in Communist minds the need for a change in Moscows policy if there is ever to be a peaceful solution to the German crisis Herter spoke grimly Tuesday night inreporting Ameri can people on the six weeks of deadlock at the Geneva foreign Bulletin LINCOLN Neb Charles Starkweathers father has filed a motion for a new trial for his son because of newlydiscovered The younger Starkweather has been condemned to die Thurs day for one of 11 killings he has application for a stay of execution was made pending a hearing on the new motion Iowa Wins National Safety Recognition DBS MOINES UPI The National Safely Council has warded three certificates or achievement in 1958 the State Safely Deparlment an ounccd Tuesday Safety Com missioner Russell Brown said ie awards were for reduction the Iraffic death toll achiever mcnl In public Iraffic safety cation and for traffic Mfetx education Bill Accidentally Unsigned Believed Without Effect DES MOINES UPI A bill passed by the 1959 Iowa Legis lature may not become law be cause Lt us failed to sign it Secretary of State Melvin Synhorst said Wednesday The bill would authorize coun ies cities and towns to levy a halfmill tax to buy voting ma chines The bill passed through all the egislalivc and clerical channels and got to Synhorsts office be iorc Ihe oversight was discov ered Synhorst he doubled whether McManus could sign he bill scheduled lo go into ef lecl July 4 now He will ask Ally Gen Norman Erbe to de termine the fate of the measure Church Women Install Officers AMES UPI The installa ion of new officers wound up he meeting of the Iowa Council of Church Women here Tuesday The officers all elected to three ear terms were Mrs Charles lipwood Christian world missions Mfs Floyd Moeckley Moines corres ponding secretary Mrs Theo dore Goodale Fort Dodge re cording secretary Mrs Ray Gaylor Newton Christian world relations and Mrs Russell Lam son Waterlog Christian so cial relations ministers conference on Ger many The negotiations recessed last Saturday until July 13 In a 15m i n u t e radioTV speech foreign af fairs chief called Soviet lo abandontheir drive to add morethan two million free Wes Berliners to the captive peoples of Eastern THIS IS the critical ques he said If the Soviet do not hold to this annexation ist design should be abl to reach agreements on Berlin consistent the honor and interest of all our The Reds touched off the crisis by demanding an end lo thepostwar Allied occupation of West Berlin Britain France and the United Stales refused to pull out of the Communist encircled city without an ar rangcments for Its freedom The Soviets rejected all Western of fers Herter linked West Berlins freedom to Americas own When their freedom is dimin ished our freedom is inevitablj he said HE PICTURED Soviet For eign Minister Andrei Gromyko as uttering threats and Com munist upsidedown aide by the baneful influence o speechmnklng by Premier Ni kita Khrushchev and ilsewhere while the foreign min islers sat at Geneva Herter said some degree o progress must be made at Gen eva in order lo warrant a meel ing of headi of state afterwards said no sue progress has as yet been regis ON THE PLUS side he re ported the negotiations had 1 Produced worldwide ap proval of the Western powers plan for solving the Berlin prob 1cm and the problem of a divid ed Germany through a peace ful reunification of Germany with Berlin lo be the capital 2 Pemonslraled a high de gree of unity among the Allies 3 Disclosed possible means of specific agreement with the Communists on Berlin I believe that it may be pos sible to build on these areas of agreement if the Soviel Union is prepared lo tccepl Ihe con tinued exislence of a free West Berlin under Western protec he said SAME AP Pholcrfax Gen William S Stone has been picked as new head of the Air Academy at Colorado Springs the Air Force announced Wednesday Gen Stone now is commander of the Atlantic division of the Military Air Transport Serv ice Points of Contention JEFFERSON A re cent meeting of the Franklin Township School Board almost turned into a free for all judging from the number of assault and battery charges filed against the board mem bers after the meeting Board member Hans Glete filed an assault and battery and profanity complaint against Gerald Lawtoh atso a member of the board Lawtort in turn filed assault and bat tery charges against Giese and Mrs Grace Schilling the pres ident of the board WU It not en the beard filed simi lar charges against Mrs Schil ling Puihinfl shoving and name calling were listed in the com plaints The board had been disput ing the merger of Hie Franklin Township School District and the Jefferson Community School District All are free on bail and trial dates have not been set On the Inside General News 2 Editorials 4 Norm Iowa News Society News 91011 Sports la20 Methodist Conference 23 Local News 2425 Clear Lake 21 Comics 31 Latest 32 FIRE VICTIM IOWA CITY UPI Henry nilkcr 65 Waukon died at Jnivcrsity Hospitals Tuesday of urns he received in a fire at is home June 10 Seeks to Eliminate Bickering Military Aid Shift Sought WASHINGTON dent Eisenhower asked Congress Wednesday to place foreign military aid on a longterm basis and shift its control to the De ense Department to end con entious bickering These were two of 12 recom mendations for a sweeping reor ganization of the aid program nade in a 36page report by Eisenhowers special committee on military assistance The president endorsed the proposals n letters to Speaker Sam Ray jurn and Vice President Rich ard M Nixon The chief executive said he probably would put into effect ay executive action all the rec ommendations which did not re quire legislation These include he planning of military aid to Allied nations on a threeyear and eventually afiveyear basis EISENHOWER Con gress to amend the mutual se curity law so he could carry out these other key proposals should be a continu ng authorization for the military assistance appropriation in or der lo provide a sound legisla tive framework for multiyear planning and The military assistance ap propriation should be placed in the Department of Defense bud get in order to center responsi bility for administering the pro grami more ftnsc fN PLUGGING for fengranfle aid planning William H Draper headof the committee told newsmen We cant fight a 100 war which I suppose this s by a yeartoyear Even if planning and authoriza ion of the aiu program were ilaced on a longrun basis Cpn jess would have to provide unds each year Under the present system military aid money is appropri led to the President who in urn allocates it The State and Defense departments share re ponsibility for formulating mill ary aid policies Record Price Paid for Rubens Painting LONDON UPI A London rt dealer acting for a secret lient today paid a staggering record auction price of for Peter Paul Rubens ugc canvas Adoration of the The dealer Leonard oelser averted a possible gov rnmenlal hassle when he an ounccd that the canvas would main in England Mason City Partly cloudy through Thursday Chance of a shower or thunderstorm Wednesday night low mid High Thursday 8286 Iowa Partly cloudy through Thursday Widely scattered showers and thunderstorms over most of slate Wednesday and Thursday Low Wednes day night in 60s Minnesota Partly cloudy west fair east Wednesday night chance of a few widely scat tered showers and thunder storms west and over the stale Thursday afternoon GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Wednesday Maximum 76 Minimum 61 At 8 75 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 75 PbotafK SIDELINE BOSSES Sideyvalk su celebration of the 275th anniver jn t I f ff eS f perintendenls have a field day work men lay square yards of linoleum in the heart of the Perth Arnboy N aary The covering said to be the larg est installation of its kind in the world will remain on the street until the Jll Hits HUH I mo ci wj j c j business district occasion founding festivities end Sunday   

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