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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 3, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowot Doily Newspaper Edited for HOME EDITION VOL W LMM Wirt N e w s pa p e r Th at Mo k es A 11 N o r t h Iowa n s N t i g h b o r s MASON THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 3 IMf Te Cw P pw Four Solons Are Delightful as Writers They Shine Best When They Drop Line to Homefolks By FRANK ELEAZER WASHINGTON UPI A cbng r e s s m a n whose identity charitably has been forgotten got the idea some years ago that he was a writer He started sending a weekly newsletter to the papers back homeland to some of the com munity leaders In light of subsequent devel opments this legislative innova tion currently is being compared to the introduction into this country from England of the first starling back in the 1890s Congressional newsletters now go out from capitol post offices each week by the hundreds of thousands of copies SOME OF THEM are worth reading and they sure best way to circulate jokes since television was invented Nobody knows exactly how many of the 537 House and Sen ate members have Ijeen over come with a desire to write their own columns Surveys in dicate the number is at least 300 Many letters have v press runs of copies or more ofthe authors believe the way to stay out of trouble is to shun anything either amus ing or controversial But Rep Jim Wright DTex is one who is to be both WHEN THE THREE Little Pigs was discovered recently to have implications beyond those we had thought and after a furor was raised over a childs book about black and white rab bits Wright took tongue in cheek and told his Texas read ers somebody was proposing a jaw be passed requiring groc ers to keep white and brown bread on separate shelves Asked what significance there could be in a loaf of bread the advocate fixes Ms questioner with a baleful Wright said and demands Do you want your daughter to marry a heel1 Rep Glenn Cunningham R is another congressional columnist who knows what makes news Early this year he reported that more than 100 House members had put their relatives on the congressional payroll Not only did he come right ouTand mention this unmention able subject but he offered to forward a list of the offenders their kinfolks and the salaries paid them CUNNINGHAM ALSO always tries for a laugh A while back he got one he hadnt figured on He related that one night after he1 and Mrs Cunningham turned off the TV set he went upstairs WOW LOOKIT THE TAIL ON THIS Duarie OBaniori 8 is one fellow who doesnt have to worry about whether or not his favorite publica tion willbe ordered off the newsstands as 42 others were this week Duane son of Mr and Mrs Richard GlobeGazette Photo by Musser OBanion 717 Adams S is playingit safe with a Walt Disney comic book following the Iowa attor ney generals decision to crack down on smutty reacU ing material i UNIONS EXPECTED TO FIND FAULT Set for Passage WASHINGTON OP A com promise labor regulation bill hammered out in 12 days of arduous Senate House bargain ing comes up in the Senate Thursday for an expected near unanimous passage vote The measure then will go to the House which may send it on to President Eisenhower Fri day Eisenhowers approval is con sidered certain since thefinal product meets most of his speci fications The compromise bill worked out Wednesday writes into federal law for the first time detailed controls over internal operations of unions on such points as finances elections trusteeships and mem bers BUT IT Hiis is part which caused the long and difficult conference beefs up the TaftHartley law on such bitterly disputed points as sec ondary boycotts andv organiza1 tional picketing In the end the conferees ac cepted the basic pattern ofthe broader LandrumGriffinHouse bill on the TaftHartley changes in the seventh and final title But Sen John F Kennedy CD and the other Senate Democratic conferees succeeded in getting into the measure lini itations on the new TaftHart ley provisions aimed at protect ing legitimate union rights The compromise won almost unanimous praise from Con gress memoirs on both sides of ihr dispute oveithe bill But here were reservationsby those to bed while she went to the kitchen to fix sandwiches for the childrens lunches next day Fifteen minutes later the TV burst into flames Mrs Cunning ham spotted the fire and al though the set was ruined the house was saved Cunningham rhetorically said We hate to think what might have happend if Mrs Cunning ham had gone upstairs Well what might have hap pened a number of his read ers wrote in to inquire Three Dead in Marengo Crash MARENGO MB La Vaughn Goodnough 46 and his two teen age daughters were killed Wed nesday evening in a collision of their car and a semi trailer truck on Highway 6 only a few Hearing on Rail Service Set Tuesday A meeting will be held at the Mason City Public Library at next Tuesday to dis cuss a proposal to discontinue Milwaukee Road passenger and mail train service east and west through Mason City Letters have gone from the Mason City Gen e r a 11 y fair turning warmer Friday Lows Thursday night 4650 Highs Friday upper 70s Mason City Chamber of Com merce to the other railroad doors from their home at the edge of Marengo The daughters Janice 19 and Judith 17 were pinned in the wreckage when the cab of the truck landed on top of the car The father died soon after in a hospital here State Highway Patr o 1 m a n Raymond Hummell said hicles went into a ditch 100 feet from the impact and the truck cab rested on the car Garage equipment was needed to re move the bodies of the girls NELSON RECOVERS LOS aid M Nelson 70yearold for mer World War II war produc tion board chairman continued to show improvement Thursday a stroke points affected in Iowa inviting representatives to the meeting An Interstate Commerce Com mission hearing set for Sept 30will be discussed at Tues days meeting A representative of the Iowa Commerce Com mission is to take part in the meeting at the library The Sept 30 hearing on dis continuance of the train service will be held in the postbffice building at Mason City at before W J Gibbons Gib bons is an Interstate Commerce Commission examiner The trains the Milwaukee Road is seeking to discontinue are passenger trains 11 and 22 between Madison and Canton S D They cross North Iowa and provide service from here to Laos Throws Up Iowa Generally fair and warm er Thursdaynight and Friday Lows Thursday night 43 north east to 58 southwest Highs Friday 7883 Further out look Partly cloudy with chance of scattered showers Saturday Minnesota Continued pleasant Highs Friday 6575 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Thursday Maximum Minimum At 8 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 73 49 60 85 65 Iowa Given j OnceOver by Russians MOINSS UPI The lay of the land in central Iowa has been given the onceover by two Russian security officers as protection against anything hap pening to Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev he Visits the state this month The checkup was done quietly during the last two days by Maj Gen Nikolai Zakharov and his assistant Vladimir P Bur din Khrushchevs route after his arrival here Sept 22 is expected to include the Garst farm near Coon Rapids and lojva State University at Ames most sympathetic to labors position The bill was almost sure to be disappointing to labor The AFL C10 has criticized the measure in the form it passed the Senate and strongly assailed the Land rumGriffin version Secretary of Labor James P Mitchell said he ly pleased with the bill ant added trade union or employer has cause to fear this THE FINAL SESSIONS of conference produced a xcom government troops threw a defense line against ad New Defense Line VIENTIANE Laos Uft t tian up v a n c i n g Communist rebels Thursday only 18 miles from Sam Neua the royal armys military headquarters in north ern Laos Red forces since Sunday have overrun lightly manned out posts Crash of Airplane Fatal to Iowa Man LeMARS Wl Bernard Veld huizen 36 S i o ux Citywas killed Thursday morning when the singlerengine plane he was flying crashed near here Veld huizen was alone in the plane It crashed on the Wayne SOUth SAME LeMars CARRILLO STRICKEN SANTA MONICA Calif Actor Leo Carrillo 68 was in criticalcondition Thursday after extensive abdominal surgery at a hospital Wednesday He be came ill last week while on a personal appearance tour in the East PRESUMABLY officers everything along the highways over whichi the Soviet leader would pass andany buildings he might en ter They conferred in Des Moineswith state and local en forcement Khrushchev will arrive at the DesMoines Airportat and will quartered at the Fort Des Moines One of the big events during his stay will be a dinner the evening of Sept 22in the ball room of the hotel which can ac commodate up to 600 persons PLANSFOR THE dinner were anndunced by John Adams SCCT retary of the Chamber of Com merce Hosts at the dinner will iremise on the key point hold ng up an tion site picketing Kennedy and his cratic conferees held out for a provision sought by the building trades unions exempting such picketing from the general ban on secondary boycotts in the bill Such boycottsvaffect neutral employers in n labor dispute But they were forced to drop the has Eisen howers the House parliamentarian said he would rule it was subject to a point of order killing it in that body However two sweeteners for the construction unions were in serted in its place One would legalize widely used prehire agreements in this industry The other would legalize agree ments under which ageneral contractor pledged not to use Some Pacts Approved UmMed Presi International The threat of a major strike in the meat packing industry eased Thursday when three big packinghouse firms sighed con tracts withtwo unions Elsewhere on the nations la bor scene at the Cap Canaveral missile base endec and contract talks in the glas and aluminum industries wen negotiators me but would not comment on whether any progress w a made to end their marathon strike e United Packinghous Workers of America and th Amalgamated Meat Cutters am Butcher Workmen unions reached tentative agreement in John Morrell ant Hygrade Food Product Corp and Cudahy Packing Co THE TEMPORARY settle ments followed the pattern es tablished earlier this week by Armour and Co which agreec to a 15cent hourly wage in crease over the next two years Talks continued Thursday with Swift and Go giant of the industrywith workers Wilspn and and Oscar May er and The two unions balked at a wage increase proposal by Swift They said the company refused to grant all its workers the 15cent Armour increase Swift asked for a recess unti after Labor Day to develop new proposals but the unions de manded a meeting Thursday THE OPERATING Engineer a wage disput contractor I C a p e Canaveral Wednesday ending a threeday strike tha tied up construction projects a the vital ihissile test center Negotiations in Pittsburgh be tween the Glass Workers and 36 glass container companies were recessed Wed nesday until The unions covering mold makers expired Monday but was extended on a daytoday basis A recess until Sept 15 was announced by negotiators for the United Steelworkers and the Aluminum Company of Ameri ca The USW contract expired in July but was extended until at least 30 days after settle ment of the steel strike Equal Time Bill Sent to President WASHINGTON Congress sent to the White House Thurs day a bill relieving radio and television stations from any necessity to give political can didates equal time on news pro grams Legislative action was completed when a compromise worked out by a SenateHouse conference committee was passed by the Senate by voice JOHN MOORE LEGION CHIEF John Moore Night Set at OS Moore Iowa department commander of the American Legion will be honored by his home post No 278 Friday evening at a din ner da nee beginning at 7 oclock at the American Le gion Home In charge of ar rangements is Commander Dave Fangmeier Dinner reservations must be made by Friday noon he announced 0 s a g e Legionnaires and Auxiliary members are ex pecting various state dignitar ies to be present for the occa sion and are extending a hearty welcome to all Earl Hall of Mason City is to be the featured speaker Atty Carl Conway Osage will emcee the program Music for the dance following will be by Don Christiansen and his orchestra Along with bringing feiicir tations from a neighboring community which once had s6nielittle claim oh the new department commander the Mason City editor will touch on Americas pTtf c e in the world picture The Nikita Khrushchev visit to this coun try will come in for a bit of Ike in WHERES THERE SMOKE MOBILE Ala nue agents learned Wednesday hat where theres smoke there may very well be moonshine seeing smoke coming from un er a hood they investi atedand found several jugs of moonshine on top ofthe engine PARIS Eisen Thursday gave the West a blueprint for peace Refuse to retreat one inchfroni pririi ciple and stay flexible tactical ly Then there will be no war There will the dent told the North Council during a surprise visit The President sandwiched the quick visit to NATO headquar ters into a tight schedule of talks with Western leaders and French President Charles De Gaulle Arising fresh and apparently relaxed after a late whitetie state dinner with De Gaulle Eisenhower pitched vigorously into the last day of his Euro pean tour HIS APPEARANCE at the council was designed to calm the fears of the smaller powers that his coming meetings with Soviet Premier Nikita Khrush chev spelled a lessening of their roles in NATO NATO is amatter of spirit of determination to work as partners and preserve the ideals we all the 68 yearold President said If we are firm among our selves if we refuse toretreat one inch from principle ifwe remain flexible so far as tactics are involved if we give NATO the same patriotic deep devo tion we give to each of our owa nations then there will be no war There will be De Gaulle and Eisenhower continued their discussions at a lunch at the any nonunion subcontractors on vote The House passed it Wed a job Inesday 14270 From all they are getting on EISENHOWERS day began when NATO Secretary General Spaak and NATO Council President Joseph Luns arrived After privatetalks with hem Eisenhower drove the ew blocks to NATOs headquar ers for hisbrief friendly and nscheduledvisit there After that re turned to where he immediate talks with Italian Premier Antonio Segni and Foreign Minister Giu seppe Pella Neither Segni nor Pella would comment as they emerged from the meeting It is known thaf the Italians are concerned over their own role in the Western alliance and show no inclination to allow De Gaulle an overshadowing posi tion Since Italy has welcomed NATO atomic missile bases on her soil the Italians feel that their contribution to Western de fense is greater than that of France De Gaulle has thus far refused such bases and this is one of the points of friction These problems have dis turbed the atmosphere within NATO formany months and this was one of the reasons for Eisenhowers decision to pay a surprise visit to NATOs perma nent representatives The Real Story of the Man and His Deeds be Chamber President Frank be Puydt and Des Moines Mayor Charles Lies The guest list will include the 100 or so persons in the offi cial party including Russians and U S State Department A few day from now Nikita S is to step off a plane inthe U S and the American peopli are to get their first look at Soviet dictator For two weeks Khrushchev is scheduled totour this country as a guest govern ment He is expected to dine al the White House talk with Pres On the Inside General Page 2 Editorials 4 Society News 47 Comics 10 Clear Lake Mason City News 1415 North Iowa U Sports News 1711 Latest 2S officials Gbv and Ms Her schel Loveless along with other state and city officials and their wives Chamber of Commerce members and others invitedby De Pydt What the diners will eat hasnt been determined A partment official due here next week will attend to that but it is known that what Khrushchev eats will be supervised by a Russian chef Mr K is reported to be on a diet ident Eisenhower speak over U S television and radio networks visit several cities and be seen by millions of Americans What kind of man will Amer icans see IF KHRUSHCHEV runs true to his usual form they will see a smiling man The smile oilthe face he uses to charm stran gers Americans may get glimpses of the shrewd and cap able who has helped build Soviet Russia into a world power Khrushchev may bluster a for his American audience or scowl or even shout angry threats For Khrushchev is a man of many faces But what kind ofman is he EDITORS Just who is Nikita Khrushchev the No 1 Communist now coming to America Dig deeply into his past and a far different man shows up rhan appears on the surface What kind of man is this From the record comes the full story of the Soviet premiers climb to power It is a record of purges power politics and expedient double crosses It shows a man who will use smiles or violence whichever serves him at the moment This is one in a series of articles on the real Nikita Khrushchev r Reprinted from U S and World an Independent weekly published st WBahhifftm 1959 UnHed States News PiblisMiif n fact And what is behind this 6utcry of protest that is welling the U S about his visit to this country For the answers it is neces sary to study the Russians rec ord go behind the official Soviet accounts and get the ruth about Nikita Khrushchev YOU MUST GO back to Khrushchevs youth as a roister ng worker with his hands fol ow his rise in the Communist Party see the part he played n Joseph Stalins bloody purg s Then you must watch him fter becoming the boss himself arry on in Stalins tradition ending the Soviet Army to crush Hungarys bid for free dom shooting down unarmed American fliers stirring up trouble around the globe and threatening civilization with a nuclear World War III The man that emerges is the real Khrushchev the man that Americans will not be shown in his brief visit to this country You get glimpses of the hid den Khrushchev in incidents BLOODY HANDS While quarreling with Kremlin confed erates in 1957 Khrushchev is reported to have shouted Yourhands are stained with the blood of our party leaders and of innumerable innocent So are they shouted back Khrushchev answered So are mino T admit this But during the purges I was mere ly carrying out your orders I was not then a member of the Politiburo and I bear no respon sibility for its decisions You TEN THOUSAND corpses Tie following incident was un covered by the U S House of Representatives Select C o m mittee on Communist Aggres ion in a 1954 investigation In 1943 German troops who lad invaded the Ukraine dug in o an area which had been used jy Soviet secret police They ound 95 mass graves contain ng nearly corpses whose ands were bound and who had tullet holes in the backs of their iccks From objects found on tie bodies they were identified s victims of the bloody purge hat had been carried out ia the   

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