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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 4, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowos Daily Newspaper Edited UM Tht North Fowans Neighbors v VOL 91 MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 4 HOME EDITION r Churches Mr KYTrip But Some Hope Move Help World Peace rmoM OUK wise SERVICES leaders are unified in their stand on Nikita Khrush chevs forthcoming visit to the United States Some were outspokenly crit ical of the decision to entertain the worlds No 1 Communist in America a survey showed but others voiced cautious optimism that the move would further the cause of world peace THE MAJORITY of utter ances so far appeared to frown on the Khrushchev visit but it also indicated there is no unan imity of opinion even within specific church groups on the controversial issue The Michigan Catholic a Ro man Catholic publication rec ognized the disagreement in church ranks when it said the Khrushchev visit would bring hate to the hearts of many and hope to the hearts of The paper advised Catholics to his visit dont insult him by insults dont turn your back should you encounter him treat him as one who is see ing and is hot seen speaking and is not heard THE REV KENNETH Car roll president of the Iowa Fel lowship of the American Council of Christian Churches called Khrushchev a bloody said his trip tis letting down bars7 of socialism eventual ly and called Gov Herschel C Loveless to protest further the Soviet leaders visit We cannot be courteous to the devils cohorts even if guests of President Eisenhow Mason City P a r 11 y Cloudy chance of shower or thunder storm Friday night and Satur day Low Friday night 5862 High Saturday mid 80s Iowa Partly cloudy with wide ly scattered showers a nd thunderstorms west Friday night and over the state Satur day Warmer Friday night Turn ing cooler northwest Saturday highs 80 northwest to 90 south east Further outlook a little cooler with chance of widely scattered showers Sun day FiveDay Iowa Temperatures will average near normal Sat urday through next Wednes day Normal highs are 78 north to 82 south Normal lows are 55 north to 58 south Turn ing cooler at beginning of pe riod warmer the first of next week then cooler again bythe end of the pe riod Rainfall will average 50 to 75 of an inch in inter mittent showers and thunder storms Minnesota General showers continued warm Highs Sat urday 7585 Check GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Friday Maximum Minimum At 8 75 47 66 Swift Co said Carroll pastor of the Tipton Iowa Bible Church Msgr John M Kelly editor of the New World official news paper of the Roman Catholic archdiocese of Chicago said in an editorial that Khrushchev is unfit to come into this CRITICS OF THE Khrushchev visit were criticized in turn by an editorial in the current issue of the Lutheran official weekly magazine of the United Luth eran Church The associate edi DES MOINES tor the Rev Dr Stauderman wrote Albert F Its hard to understand the attitude of some fanatics who are trying to stir up opposition to Mr Ks visit Whether they know it or not they are doing a disservice to their country and are playing directly into the hands of the In its Aug 26 issue T h e Christian nondenom inational Protestant opinion magazine editorially questioned the wisdom of having President Eisenhower inject churchgo ing into the Soviet leaders tour If however Khrushchev voluntarily an d sincerely wishes to see what goes on in side churches the editorial take him and risk the The editorial comment coin cided with an invitation to Khrushchev from the Rt Rev James A Pike Bishop of Cali fornia to attend a service at Grace Cathedral in San Fran cisco An informal group of conserv ative Protestant clergymen in cluding evangelist Billy Gra ham is promoting an interde nominational Day of Prayer to coincide with the Soviet lead ers scheduled arrival in the U S Sept 15 VINCENT DIES PORT AU PRINCE Haiti Stenio Vincent 80 president of Haiti from 193041 died Thursday and Co plants at Des Moihes and Sioux City were idled Fri day by a strike which hit 36 plants of the packing giant across the country But strikes wereaverted at Waterloo and Cedar Rapids Earlier strikes were called off at Ottumwa and Estherville plants following agreement be tween the union and the John Morrell and Co About 800 workers at the Plot Broken Up Here Three St Paul f e s i d e n t s whom Mason City police call the check gang in this area ina long time are in the Mason City jail while police carry on an investigation of their activities The three were arrested in Mason City Thursday afternoon Police learned Friday from Sauk Center authorities that all are on parole from there of one arid the wife of another are in jail at Colorado Springs where police closed in on a check writ ing ring of five but were able to arrest only the two Those here apparently are the re mainder of the group THE THREE ARE Bernard Eugene Mason 20 Sandra Louise Boldt 17 and Robert Lee Klingle 21 Klingle and Mrs Boldt are brother and sis ter Masons wife and Mrs Boldts husband are in Colorado Springs Police have three checks written here and expect to find at leastseven or eight more during the investigation under way The officers said the group began operations by making deV posits in the First National deposit under one name and a deposit under another v deposits were made checks Motalirigtfar more than the deposits were written The idea was that any individual businessman who might check with the bank would be informed that an adequate account was on deposit Favors Action TOOLS OF TRADE McClintock looks over arbox of check check in assorted sizes and colors engraved with the names of a number of banks found in a car by three St merchandise shown is believed to have been bogus checks n writer HOWEVER THE first call to Iowa Packing Des Moines a Swift affiliate and another 700 at Sioux City at the Swift plant went out on strike at mid night Thursday IN ALL ABOUT Swift workers went out on strike at midnight The union contract with Swift had expired at midnight Mon day but w o r k e f s continued working because negotiations were still under way But when the negotiations hit a snag a strike call was made by the United Packinghouse Workers Wilson and another of the big five meat packers with a plant at Cedar Rapids agreed with the union for another 24 hour extension of their working agreement The extension was made because negotiators were close to agreement There are about workers at the Cedar Rapids plant SAMI JUST BEFORE the strike against Swift was announced the Rath Packing and the union at Waterloo announced an extension of their contract to Sept 12 The extension was or dered while negotiators work out details of a new twoyear agree ment The Swift proposal called for wage gains similar to those ne gotiated with Armour and Co earlier in the week plus 14 cents an cost of living adjustments for the past three years Wilsons offer called for wage and benefit increases totaling 22 cents an hour over a two year period The recent Armour pact calls for increased pay and benefits totaling about 22 cents an hour NOT GUILTY DUBUQUE UPI Russell Hill Waterloo realtor was found not guilty Thursday on charges of submitting false in formation to obtain Federal Housing Administration Joans the bank by a businessman was made before the deposit had een so the business man was informed that there was no account Once suspicions were aroused both the police and the Better Business Bureau went into ac tion to warn businessmen and capture the check writers Ma son was arrested at p m and Mrs Boldt and Klingle were arrested at when a clerk became suspicious of them Police believe the three prob ably have written several thousand dollars worth of bad checks in the Midwest No charges have been filed here as yet Police said that charges will be filed unless it develops that the three are wanted else where on more serious charges Police now are holding goods that the St Paul people ob tained with checksin Mason City The officers also are hold ing their car which is full of other items That material will be examined in the course of the investigation RIOTING ENDS CALCUTTA India stood by Friday as Calcutta re turned to normal day of violence that took 15 lives Apart from two clashes between po lice and hooligans early morning the city and its indus trial suburb of Howrah were quiet Accident Four persons were hurt in a headon collision Thursday aft ernobn just south of Mason City on Highway 65 The most seriously injure was Edward James Kennedy 65 Rockwell Route 2 the driver of the cars in the acci dent He is in good condition aj Mercy Hospital He suffered a cut on the right hand and injur ies to the chest and right elbow The driver of the other car David Lee Peterson 27 Dumont Route 1 was examined for a shoulder injury His sons Dean 4 and Daniel 2 also were exam ined Deari had cuts on the face and Daniel had no appar injuries None of the Petersons re quired hospitalization Highway patrolmen were told Kennedy was driving south and making a left turn into a drive leading to the HyCross ery Peterson north front end of each car was smashed beyond repair The cars came to rest back toback with the Kennedy car facing northwest in the east traffic lane and the Peterson car facing southeast with its front wheels off the shoulder of the road The rear bumper of Ken nedys car was hooked in the trunk of Petersons auto Highway partolmen said that HOUSTON Tex Reds Accused of Intervention LONDON LPI Laos has ap pealed to the United Nations to send troops to help repel Conv munist attacks the Laps Em jassy said Friday Britain at once announced it favored action if aggression in Laos is proved In its Laos accused Communist North Viet Nam bf intervening on the side of the Red rebels of Laos A British Foreign O Li i Ve spokesman told a news confer ence after the Laotian announce ment was issued If aggression is established the British gov ernment would obviously be in favor of Nations tak ing action to deal with that ag THE REBELS launched an of fensive Sunday after a bom bardment from guns the Lao tians said were based across the North Viet Nam The Foreign said the Laotian appeal was sentto Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold Thursday The official expectation in London is that the appeal will first be considered by the v Security Council If Russia ve toesany proposal for mili tary interyentipn the issue then probably will be placed before Williams is to comment on a report ques tioning status as the only surviving veteran of CivL War armies his daughter says Willie Mae Bowles with whom Williams has made his home for several years said he doesnt understand anything these Williams has been virtually jlind and deaf for several years Ele was critically ill most of last month from the aftereffects of a bout with pneumonia earl er this year r SCR1PPS HOWARD writer K Bridwell wrote Thurs JfcheGeneral Assembly President informants s Eisenhower a a i A h d day that a search of govern ment records indicated Wil iams was too young at the time of the Civil War to have served as he claimed and that the unit o which he said he was as signed was broken up before he date Williams said he en isted Bridwell said census records and a check of the National Ar chives showed Williams to be 03 rather than 116 as Williams claimed The newsman said this vould have made Williams 8 ears old during the latter days the Civil War WILLIAMS IN an affidavit iled when he applied for a Con ederate pension in 1932 said e was a forage master with Iqods Texas Brigade for 11 the end of the war The Scripps Howard writer ommenting that Williams is Confederate veteran only in is momory clouded aid the last surviving veteran f the war was John Sailing of Prime Minister Macrnillan dis cussed the Laotian crisis in their lastweekend The possibility of military in tervention arose in the course of that discussion it was under stood BRIG GEN Amkha Soukha vong whose command post for northern Laos is in Sam Neua predicted the Red assault would come within 10 days He said the is not Submachineguns and ammuni tion were handed out to govern ment workers and schoolteach ers hastily enlisted in the de AP Photofax CRITICAL map locates the defense around Sam Neua headquarters city of which is being besieged by Commu nist rebels believed reinforced by regulars from Communist North Viet Nam A BIG DRINKER t Born in Poverty Khrushchev Began His fense forces The towns population remained calm The rebels were reported massing in jungle covered mountains 27 miles north of Sam Neua patrols prob ing forward government lines within 12 to 18 miles of the town One Red patrol attacked a royal paratroop unit at Muong Pane only six miles north of Sam Neua There were no de tails on the clash Amkha estimated the total Communist strength at He said he had only one battalion in Sam Neua Laos battalion ranges from 400 lo 800 men E DITORS NOT E This is the second in aperies of three Articles on Nikita Khrushchev Russias premier who will be a guest of this country laterthis month Hell spend one day of his tour in Iowa Reprinted from News World aa independent weekly magazine pnbliihed miWithlnftoa Copyrifhl 1959 United SUtes Fmblisblnf WASHINGTON How did Nikita Khrushchev Russias pre mier grow so high and mighty There was nothing in the first 40 years of his life to indicate such a future Khrushchev was born in poverty in the small Ukrainian vil lage of Kalinovka on April 1894 His father variously is de scribed as having beena coal miner and a blacksmith Events of Khrushchevs boyhood are shrouded in an obsciu ity which has been deepened by the rewriting of history that is customary in Soviet Official Soviet accounts say that as a boy hired out as a shepherd and then went to work as a coal miner following in the footsteps of his father Other unofficial biographers say that the only shepherding that Nikita did was to look out after his fathers few pigs cows Labor Bill Sent to Ike lant larch who died a s t Ike Moves on to Scotland TURNBERRY Scotland HV President1 Eisenhower arrived in Scotland Friday for a short vacation at a Highlands castle before returning to the United States from his nineday diplo matic mission lo Western Eur ope Eisenhower flew by jet di rectly from France where he talks with de Gaulle WASHINGTON House Friday completed congression al action on the labor controls bill and sent it to the White President Eisenhower is expected to sign it The measure had passed the Senate 952 Thursday night The House action on a 35252 vole dramatically capped the Presidents biggest legislative victory of the session It handed Eisenhower a bill patterned closely afler his recommenda tions for legislation to cope with corruption and racketeering in labormanagement relations The bill containing unprece dented controls over the internal affairs of unions is by far the held two President days of Charles AN ABOUT FACE Cars driven by MasoivCity collision Thurs David Peterson Dumont arid Edward day Petersons car is at left Kennedy Kennedy Rockwell wound themost seriously hurt of four toback oh Highway 65 just south of who received rounding out a tour that took him to Bonn London and Paris He plans to speno a sport ingresting weekend at Culzean Castle Several fine golf courses and hunting areas are nearby Scotland gave him a 16room apartment in the castle as a token of respect for his leadership as Allied command er inWorld War II SO THERE PITTSBURGH Pa UR De tainedbehind a black sedan whileidriving James Carlson 25 shouted at the car Get that blanketyblank heap outta my Two p o 1 i c e m e n emerged frdm the black patrol cruiser and took Carlson before a He was fined for using vile language in pub lic most substantial rewriting of the nations labor laws since the 1947 TaftHartley Act Its first six titles aimed at racketeering and other abuses in some unions provide detailed regulation of union finances elections trusteeships and con duct of officers and employers The seventh and final title which aroused the most contro versy amends the TaftHartley law lo put new restrictions on such union weapons as boycotts and organizational picketing It also contains a few amendments long sought by the unions Only Senators Wayne Morse DOre and William Langer R ND voted against the bill in the Senate and goats and that he then learned his fathers trade of blacksmithing Khrushchev often refers to himself as a Ukrainian But Ukrainian refugees claim that his family was Russian in origin and point out that Khrushchev even after living for years in the Ukraine speaks the Ukrain ian tongue IN HIS BOYHOOD years when most youngsters are in school young Nikita got very little formal schooling and showed little interest in educa tion At an early age 17 by one detailed account of his early life On the Inside General News Page 1 Editorials 4 Comics 7 Mason City News North Iowa Features 10 Sports News 1H2 Society News 1SU Clear Lake News H Latest 17 North Iowa News 20 TV Schedule Pullout Section left home to be come a wandering worker in the factories and coal mines of the industrial Donets Basin or as it is commonly called This is an area in the southeastern Ukraine near the Sea of Azov Unofficial accounts say that Khrushchevs trade was that of turner and pipefit ter that he also was a lock smith Official Soviet accounts speak of him working in the mine pits arid learning to oper ate the lift One of the few signs of the fu ture Khrushchev that appeared in his youth was this He was noted even tuen for his ability to drink enormous amounts of alcohol A BIOGRAPHY Khrushchev of the written by Vic tor Alexandrov contains an epi sode about Khrushchevs youth ful drinking as related by Vlad imir S Andriyevsky a Ukrain ian who grew up in Khrush chevs home town According to this account Andriyevsky en countered Khrushchev accom panied by two young ladies ia a Kharkov beer h a 11 in 1914 Khrushchev was 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