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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 16, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited tec ttw HOME EDITION VOL f Newspaper that Makes All North Idwans Neighbors MASON CITY SEPTEMBER U 19S9 Cw Coedrti ol Mr f o Unve Di sarmamen Slay AMES Larson 25 wife of a graduate student in structor at Iowa State Universi ty had been baking a cake in her apartment at Hawthorne Court campus housing develop ment Tuesday afternoon Icelanders Refuse to Retreat Theyre Keeping Up Fish War Against Britain By MARSHALL PECK New York Herald Tribune News Service REYKJAVIK Iceland The Catalina flying boat of the Ice landic Coast Guard circled and water A crewman open e n e of the plexiglass bubbles and fired a red flare across the bow of a blackhulled British trawler that radar disclosed was fishing inside the 12mile limit Then the Icelandic radio operator on the plane messaged the vessel which according to its identification number w a s The Ashanti of Griinsby Erig You are illegally fishing inside 12 miles Proceed to the THE ASHANTI madeiiio sign of acknowledgement nor did six other British trawlers charted as fishing less than 12 miles from the Icelandic coast inside the 12 miles was a destroyer Her Majestys Ship The Ashanti incident off northwest Iceland was part of the fish war that Iceland has been waging with Britain since September It was on that date that Ice land took unilateral action in setting a 12mile limit around its coast in which it ruled that foreign flags might not fish Ice land unable to obtain sufficient support for a 12mile limit at Geneva Conference on the Law of the Sea last year argues that depletion of fish resources and the importance of this in dustry to its economy made the move vital necessity Some 97 per cent of the countrys ex On a table where left it open was a book Anatomy of a Mrs Larsons husband Har old 28 class on the campus Their son Douglas 5 was in school WHEN SHE hiard apart ment door open Mrs Larson picked baby 5monthold Kimary Ann walked into a hall way and saw Barry McDaniel 20 Nevada When married student who lived couple doors the V AP Photofix SLAYERS WIFE N an c y licDaniel the picture of anguish at city jail in Ames when her husband Barry 20 was charged with murdering a young neighbor woman and her infant daughter Mrs Mc Daniel was working to help put her honorstudent hus band through Iowa State Uni versity she had apartment Mrs Larson and the popular baby were dead she by strangu lation and the child by smoth ering McDaniel was rheld Wednes day on two open charges of murder The only thing he could tell officers said County Attor ney Don Nelson was thathe had an overpowering urge to kill McDaniel an electrical engi neering junior at Iowa Stafey was known as an honor student Nancy 19 his wife and i child hood sweetheart at Nevada 10 miles east of here hacHa job with the Iowa Highway Com mission in Ames THIS WAS THE story related by the county attorney and oth er officials who questioned the youth McDaniel had been watching television alone in vhis apart ment who came from Eagle working for adoctors degree instatistics McDaniel didnt know Larson had only seen Mrs Larson twice McDanjel switched Off the television and something im pelled him to enter the Larson apartment He told officers he just had the urge to orie The only evidence of any struggle in what happened then was the mothers broken glasses Mrs Larson was clad in shorts and a white blouse When her body was found in the babys bedroom there were red marks on her throat The coun ty told him he with his hands The babys body was on a bed in the main a pillow KHRUSHCHEV ATTENDS LECTURE Premier Nikita Khrushchev seated right has all the earmarks of a student as he listens to a lecture on weed control at the Agricultural AP Photofix ter at Beltsville Md He is flanked by HenryCabot Lodge left and Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Ben son on UNITED Y UP over its face Neighbors heard no noise had Ny Steering Committee Wednesday brushed shelve for questicS of v seating R ed i China ACCORDING to his story returned to his apart ment then went back to see if he could Station Says Hes Caught Feud in DBSMOINES UPI Iowa Public Safety Donald Statton Wednesday ad ports are fish and fishing prod ucts Britain has challenged Ice lands privilege to such unilat eral action and also disputes the possibility of conserving fish stocks through such a move SO FOR A YEAR some Brit ish trawlers have gone on fish ing inside the 12 mile limit The situation has become1 a stale mate with Icelandic gunboats trying unsuccessfully to force British trawlers outside the limit Every day the Catalina flies 300 miles north to the Arc tic Circle and back tracking the British trawlers Icelandic officials pledge that they will not retreat from their 12mile stand and are optimistic that they will achieve this fish line by international agreement at the Sea Conference in Geneva next spring Foreign Minister Gudmundur I restated Ice lands position that we consider the preservation of the fishing mitted middle around Iceland to be of import He noted that the possi bilities for other industries in Iceland are limited and that it was the opinion of the entire nation that the fishing shoals are in David Olafsson Icelandic di rector of fisheries said Iceland was fully confident it would not lose out on its aim for an inter nationally agreedto 12 mile Meanwhile Icelands newspa pers jubilantly reported last weekend that the herring catch now coming in is the best since World War II Exact figures are not yet available but the news papers recorded prize catches by many hosts he was caught in the of a between Gov Herschel C Loveless and Atty Gen Norman Erbe And Statton who took over as the states safety chief Aug 15 doesnt like ik LOVELESS Democrat has been feuding withErbe off and on for the last couple of years but the fight came the open recently when Erbe a Re publican criticized Loveless for calling his first annual Iowa Correctional Congress Erbe usually provides legal assistance for allstate officers including the Governor How Loveless has not been satisfied with the legal opinions Erbe has given him in the past and has turned to other sources for legal help STATTON A LAWYER in Boone be fore taking the safety spot has beenone of Loveless legal as sistants Sources close to jStatton said re vive the child This being un successful he went to his apar t m e n t and called his wife Nancy hurried horns ca 11 e d her husbands fa t h e r Ray mond McDan iel a real es MCDANIEL he is not satisfied with the un official position as legal ad viser to Loveless He feels the public safety commissioners po sition shouldnt be involved in the fights between two political officeholders He has talked with Park Ri nard Loveless chief assistant about his position JUSTIFIES ASSAULT APPLETON Wis UPI Mrs Louella Voight told a judge Tuesday that her hus b a n d Alvin called her a rebel and beat her Voight a southerner charged with as sault and battery countered by saying that his wife had called him a tate dealer at Nevada The eld er McDaniel rushed here and called police Officers discover ed the Deputy Sheriff John Stark said McDaniel a sixfoot blond youth with an athletic build re lated he had been ous strain since he was 16 but never had any psychiatric treat ment When taken to police headquarters he appeared to e in a sort of dazed state and couldnt believe what had hap pened the deputysaid McDaniel was taken to the county Nevada Larson was working on his doctorate degree in statistics and was in the final stages An acquaintance said both he and Larson graduated from high school at Eagle Grove and that Larson attended Eagle Grove Junior College before en tering Iowa State Only Martin to Be at Nikita Dinner WASHINGTON UPI Sen Thomas E Martin RIowa ap peared to be the only one of Iowas 10 congressmen who will attend the dinner in Des Moines for Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev Eight of the 10 con gressmen turned down invita tions to the dinner Sept 22 and Rep Neale Smith IMowa said he hadnt made up his mind The postponement was pro posed by the United The mittee was 127 with one absten It still has to be ratified by the fuir 82riation General As sembly but approval was as sured Voting for the resolu tion were the United States Britain France the Philippines Turkey Brazil Union of South Africa Nationalist China Li beria Bolivia Belgium and Guatemala The negative votes were cast by the Soviet Union Romania Czechoslovakia nesia Sweden and Morocco Austria abstained and the as sembly president Peruvian Am bassador Andrews Be lauride refrained from voting MOON GLOW DURBAN South Africa UPI Soviet moon rocket has claimed its first known casualty Danish sailor N Larson an nounced loudly in the crowded Russians didnt hit the A Soviet sailor hit a tankard of beer Mason City Freeze or frost warning Wednesday nig h t Clearing Wednesday night and a little colder with frost or freezing temperatures by Thursday morning lows pf30 to 33 Mostly chilly Thursday high 53 to 56 Iowa Frost and freeze warning northeast Wednesday night Little change in De creasing cloudiness Wednes night with frost or freeze ektreme northeastfay Thurs day morning Partly cloudy Low Wednesday night from northeast to 40 southwest High Thursday 53 to Outlookfor Friday Continued quite co o 1 and partlycloudy Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average 6 to 10 degrees be Low normal night through next Monday High temperatures will aver age inthe middle 60s east t around 70west Low tempera tures will averagefrom the the north to th upper 40s in Littl temperature change is expect ed until a warming trend Sun day and Monday No rainfa bf Ccorisequetice isexpected A Minnesota Frost warning Con tinued cool Thursday highs in GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Wednesday Maximum Minimum At 8 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 50 37 43 83 43 Packinghouse Union Workers Demonstrate DESLJMOINES f the United Local 89 Packinghouse Workers Union staged a demon tration here Tuesday in which about 100 vehicles drove through owntown Des Moines bearing igns Dont Buy The arade started and ended at owa Packing plant a ubsidiary involved in the union strike agaiist Swift Dar win Leonard a union local of icial said the purpose of the emonstration was in hopes hat the company would resume ontract negotiations On the Inside General Newt Page 2 Eat Grow Younger 3 4 Society News North Iowa 11 1920 Clear Lake News 22 Mason City News 2425 Latest Markets 30 Comics 33 PAINTINGS STOLEN TORONTO Ont UPI Thieves stole six world famous paintings worth from the Toronto Art Gallery Tue day No Specific Reason for HOUSTON man walks across the street with a bomb and kills iW Hawes had iden fied the body of his oidy Williana S Hawes 7 one of six personskilled when a man pushed a button and blew up a suitcase of explosives Tues day on the playground at Edgar Allen Poe Elementary School Paul Harold O r g e r on 47 pressed the doorbell type button ninutes after enrolling his red haired son Dusty Paul 7 in the chool t IN ADDITION TO young lawes the blast killed Orgeroh Dusty another pupil a teacher nd a custodian The 18 persons hospitalized in luded Mrs R E oty 64 Four children remain in critical condition Several are n serious condition with leg am utations and internal William Hawes and John Cecil Fitch 8 died as they ran ahead of the class when they vere released for recess Jennie Kolter 54 a second grade teacher and James Mont gomery 56 school custodian ied while aiding Mrs Doty in rying to persuade Orgeron to SAME OOWA IAFBTI DErABTMENI A GLORIOUS EVENING Mamie Eisenhower chats with Nina Khrush chev as she and the President served as hosts to an elegant dinner at the White House for the visiting Russians Mrs Khrushchev through an interpre ter called it a glorious evening and heaped compliments on Mamies gold brocade dress eave the school grounds TWO INCOHERENT notes found on the playground but police and the FBI could find no specific reason why Or former convict set off the explosion Mrs Orgeron said she hac seen her former husband fasl week for the first time since April She recalled him telling icr I have done so many things to hurt you but Ill never hurt you again because I have found He kept repeating I dont have much longer to Frost May Hit Parts of N Iowa The chilly weather that moved nto Iowa Tuesday is expected o continue throughout the week The mercury dropped to 37 at Mason City Wednesday morn ng and light rain and drizzle reported in several sec ons of the state Tuesdays highs ranged from 0 at Mason City to 83 at Coun il Bluffs The Weather Bureau said here is a possibility of frost in orthern Iowa Wednesday night skies begin to clear Tem eratures will range from about J2 degrees in the north to round 42 in the south Highs Thursday are expected o be in the upper 50s in the orth and in the middle 60s in he south ress Tours Famed Ag Center FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON Premier Nikita Khrushchev dec 1 a r e d Wednesday that Russia and the United States must find ways to use nuclear power and rocket science for peace or the earth will be covered with ashes and In his first major speech on American soil the Soviet Com munist leader said that in the search for peace it is neces sary for each side to meet the other half He announced to a National Press Club luncheon audience that he anew proposal on disarmament United He will address the U N General Assembly in New York Friday He said he hopes this pro posal will play an important partin the solution of the dis armament problem the most burning issue of our KHRUSHCHEV RENEWED his demands for a peace treaty with Germany meaning West Germany ana Communist East Germany without waiting for unification as the Western pow ersinsist In thisconnection an attack on West Germany He quarters in West Germany are plans for setting the Soviet Union and the other powers atlpggerheads ag gravating the relations between them and keeping the world in a state of international To allow only one possibil Khrushchev the con elusion of a peacei treaty with a united Germany only which of course would be the best fling rwould be tantamount to scrapping the question of peace The Soviet Union Khrushchev asserted is ready to consider any proposal which might help the establishment of good neigh bor relations between the and the He said the alternatives to in ternational cooperation a r these EITHER THE LATEST achievements of scientific and technical discovery of the secret the atom the de velopment of rockets and the penetration of outer be placed in the service of a peaceful future and prosperity of mankind or they will be used for the purpose of destruction and annihilation and as a result the earth covered with ashes and Khrushchev spoke in Russian His speech was translated a paragraph at a time Toward the end of the talk he made an attack on United States and Western restrictions ontrade with theSoviet Union He would like to buy heavy ma chinery in this country but American policy forbids it It is high Khrushchev said to do away with the bank rupt policy of discrimination in trade and thereby clear the at mosphere in the relations be tween our Khrushchevs speech was re garded by reporters who have covered him for years in Mos and Europe as one of the most conciliatory in tone that he has ever made AT A RECEPTION before lunch speech Khrushchev in bantering with club officials said We are not as pictured up babies We eat the same as you do We like meat and He said in the reception con versation that Im very pleased the strong propaganda against the Soviet Union the Communist Party and myself as the leader of the Communist party the public has been giving me a good warm The press club speech halfway in a jampacked day for In the morning he visited the fabulous agricul tural experiment station at Beltsville Md The Soviet lead er described his ttour as very   

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