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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 22, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North IQWOS lot ulel Iritegiratibhi of Appeals segregationists orderiy i to court i lower tha t three N e g r o children be 5ad mitted to an ail white school in thie lural Dollar way School District hear Pine Bluffi These Negro children and any others desiring to change schools the v court held may make under the state pupil placement laws in J7 Fqt PETT was v f aialy Wouiided John THeJiboyj ytsis shot down on the theNew York Bronx in of eena blue led off icers young trefo Arkansas laws patterned after in Ala bama arid North pro to be considered in the case df each individual ini Addition to residential prpximity t s e standards deal with scholastic en arid the impact his admis sion would have on other pu Gen Bruce Bennett of Arkansas and of the Dollarway de J V vir wll i Little RoclS return to battle was won place tor v scan be vr Photos tory jean Jbe won case the most vital since the Su preme Courts far feaching rul ings on public school integra tion Robert ofqrijgin cbrnerof the house andSweptUirpugh the l stpm ttiat The was partTqf rocked Mason City during the night rain fell at KGLO the second heaviest total of the inthes of Carterof New York Negro attorneybf the Na tional Assn for the Advance ment of Colored People had no comment except to say the Su preme Court will be asked to review the case The decision by Judges Har vey M Mar tin D Van Oosterhout Sioux City Iowa and M C Matthes Sti Louis was delivered prally after a hearing that lasted riiore than two hours Mason City Partly do ud y through Wednesday with sea t tered thundershbwers in the vicinity early Tuesday night Copier Tuesday night arid Wednesday Low Tuesda night 52 to 56 Highs Wednes day 68 to 72 Partly cloudy Tuesda night and Wednesday wit widely scattered showers an thunderstorms e a s t portio Tuesday Cooler over thestat Tuesday night and Wednes Tuesday night to 62 Highs Wednesday 68 mild Minnesota Clearing cooler Highs Wednesday 5565 GiobeGrazette weather data op to 8 Tuesday Maximum 81 Minimum 59 At 8 64 Precipitation inches YEAR AGO Maximum season Other North Iowa rainfall amounts included at Osage Northwood Charles City Clarion and Kanawha The Blakesley youngsters and Mrs Blakesley were awakened by a lightning bolt and thunder clap about 6 Ail were in upstairs bedrooms A FEW MINUTES later one of the children Patricia Lou 9 called out that she could not breath Mrs Blakesley then saw smoke spreading through the upstairs rooms and the family went downstairs and out of the house Thersmoke was so heavy that Blakesley could not stay inthe house to call the fire depart ment He carried the telephone Inside General Page 2 Grow Younger 3 Editorials 4 Society Clear Lake News 9 Mason City Sports 1314 Latest Markets Farm Comics 21 North Iowa News 24 maniac Uke of the china like the night the dam broke like We who will never againgo permarketWithout seeing Ted BlaWe the phobiai Nikita We have been every wherei and d p chased scooters iarid by f opt Khrushchevscene always waket one day in j S menand sullen secuti off iBn photbgraphers and re Down thie rows pf groceries NIKITA GREETED AT DES MOINES Hefschiel Loveless and Mrs Loveless greet Premier Khrushchev as AP Pbotofax Moines airport There was a small crowd at the airport and the re he steps off his Air Force jet air ception was quiet without pomP or aftet it arrived at at fanfare RiissiJari tnit inriip which was in the living room by the front door out onto the porch to call The children in addition to Patricia are Dorla Raye 12 Dana Georgia 11 and Raedel Minimum 76 47 WHEN arrived the fire was in possession of the entire downstairs except a portion of the kitchen and a rear entryway The den and living room furniture and a tele vision set were destroyed The den and living room were gut ted The upper story of the two floor house was filled with v It was believed that lightning traveled down a 75foot tower beside the house and jumped to the house from there Blakes ley formerly operated the GI Cab Co from his home and the tower was used for radio trans mission of messages to taxis Several31 other lightning bolts hit in Mason City but damage was slight A AT 1 31 Au M f called to the Aldous home 1020 where ightning struck anc ollowed electric wirfes into the louse Alth6ugh all were found no fire At a m lightning went nto the television the Dr W N Hanson ago Way Firemen carried the urned set out house was Interstate Power Co veral tr ansformeribtiroied out SAM DATIT9SIJM ThreeDay Recess in Swift Co Talks CfflCAGO ne gotiators M o n y called a threeday recess in talks to end a strike by Swift Co workers Both sides appeared deadlocked Union spokesmen accused Swift of refusingjltp budge from their old cutrate proposals in talks o v e r the weekend and Monday mob pushed ba ck Somehow Khrushchev moyed forward feientlessly like the Volga at flood tide Smiling he hands talked with questioned clerks fingered packages of potatoes oranges and hot dogs posed for pier at the nieat near the ham The mob impvedy on cans andjarsstill flying A store v official scurried behind like a henracing after chicks gone up threatening childreh with the elisctric wildly pleading with photographers Finally the nightmare eftded on s i d a Ik Nikiia Khrushchev thanked the man saying You have a It used to be on Midwest rf J Nation Mounts Within the next 50 years the jnited will be dependent KIPPER OP THE FLAME NORTH HAVEN UPI falling asleep while cook ing Herbert Herring was smok ed from his house on the Central Plains states to eed the This dramatic high ighted the at the Joriday night banquet of the Conference ofSoil Conservation Mstrict Commissioners under way in Mason City j president of the National Assn of Soil Conserva tion Districts explained that this is true because of the en crbachment of urban and indus ftial areas on agricuituraliands ir other regions of the prob lerns facing the Ariiericanfarm er that Richards outlined in his talk to about 100 commissioners and their THE agricultural problem cpii tiriued to the fact that ithe gen eral public has not been made aware of the faced bythe American farmer He said the responsibility of mak ing the public aware is the farmers because can explain the problem better than they In outlining prob lems pointed to that conser vation not been successful in gettirig sufficienl appropriations from Federa and state He did noweyer congratulate he Iowa Conservation ee for the work they have done with the of Agricultureand the state legis lature Iowa the second largest conservation appropria TWO OF THESE awards went to Clyde Spry state secretary ofagriculture arid Glenn Ciin reporter for the Des Moines arid Trib une In presentingthe awards George Eason farmernietnber State Coriservatipn pointed to the out standing support thesetwo have rendered the conservation prp jram in Iowa during the past 20 nd some wires cutting lectricity in some small area s or an hour or more circuits werehit tipn in the country last year talk a conservation awards were presented Lyle Named Newman Sheldon was elected president of the Iowa Assn of Soil Cpnseryatipn Dis trict Commissioners at the groups r final meeting Tuesday noon in Mason City He suc ceeds Fridley Prim years i An award was also presented Vayne Casey Etiena Vista bounty farmer for being named the outstanding district comrais sionerin the state this year Casey a 47yearold father of four was presented the award for his conservation program on the 315acre farm he rents as well as for the work he has done while acting as a commis sioner for the last four Among the conservation prac tices Caseyhas on his farm are complete terracing of fields contouring of all row crops and a flooddentention dam He was1 also second in the Na tional Terrace Building Contest last year i Opens arriy W v Tuesday foir tall r The weather was pyercist and Ihreatehing biit the nSier was of lis temper vastly ihe treatnlent he ing his whirlwind tour of1 Sao left J the at ar rived at Des Moines at 1 Iowa Gbv Herschel Loveless was an pflEicial party tp welcome the world Cbminuhist boss to a state where tall corn grows but where ndustry grows taller with each iassing But there was ittlerpublic excitement ONLY AN HOUR before the ng mihtary Air Transport Service jet was due to set Khru shchevs party down at the Iowa Air National Guard base outside Des Moines just a scattering of spectators seated in a few doz en automobiles parked in a nearby cornfield were on hand to witness the arrival lowans have promised Khru shchev a chance tovsee and talk to typical everyday Iowa farm ersj workers and business peo ple while the Soviet boss takes 2 look at part of the nations breadbasket Here is what Gov Loveless had to say to Khrushchev by way of formal greeting On behalf of the people of Iowa I welcpme IN THE you passed over the two great rivers hat form the borders of this in and state You are now in the leart of America Our Godgiven blessings ertilo lands arid an industrious have made us one of fie greatest food producing re gions of the world We are known as the state where the itall corn Loveless said But in our state industry also grows taller with Casey the and finalists for n Ai VkA ll 1tf 4ll A1 AW A right Dan attention as1 he shows his outstandt the state award rare left to i ing so i I conservation commissioner McArthur Kenneth Kerr plaque to seven men hebeat but for the Postville Joe Crestoh JR Keith was awarded his plaque Clemens Manning at the Monday night banquet of the Clinton Doyce Soil Conservation District Commission Louis Culver Ounlap U t Osceolajand Joe OjHara Page County was elected vice president of the association as it ended its conference at the Hotel Hanford 6Hara succeeds Lyle who was the vice president last year THREE REGIONAL directors were also elected They were Cecil Madison Re gion 6George Hosfelt Medina Region 3 arid Edward Kedera IowaCity Region 8 Also on the noon pror gram was the presentation of the Des Moinei Register and Tribune Conservation Awards J S Russell editor of the Iowa Farm and Home pre sented the awards to farmers following outstanding conserva tion THREE NORTH IOWANS were among those getting the awards The Bliem Farms near RockFalls Clifford Rasmus operator were winners in the landlordtenant division Entries in that division came from 11 Nfprth Iowa counties Theother two awards went to William Bopmhower Mason City who placed second in the Region 4 owneroperator divi sion and Rock ford who finished Refpon 4 in the division for farmers cooperating less than two years with the Soil Cooser valioa District v CASEYS AWARDS and the awards the outstanding com missioners in the eight other conservation districts w e re sponsored by KGLO radip and television and the Mason City AI Heinz farm director of KGLO madethe presentations The other commissioners hon ored were Dan Cer ro Gordo County Joe Foley Union Culver Harrison County David An thony Poweshiek C n t y Doyce Clark Clemens Manning Clinton County aridR Keith Shafer Jefferson County Newman Lyle vicepresident of the group acted as master of ceremonies for the banquet while the Rev George Truriian Carl pastor of the First Meth odist gave the Main speaker at the Monday afternoon meeting was W Earl editor of the Mason City GlobeGazette Halls talk en titleVl Mans Most Im portant with his travels abroad He was in troduced by Floyd Andre dean of the Extension Service at State University SAM f HAMPSTEAD The Lutheran minister in this com munity is the Rev Thomas F Sina each passing year providing us with a unique balance of economy Weknow your great interest in agriculture and in modern methods of production We stand ready to show you our farms our factories pur laboratories and will also see something of pur our churches arid pur hi s t o ri e the Governor said KHRUSHCHEV WAS in a gay and mellow mood as he left Sari Francisco where hebroad cast once again his main theriie of the tour Peace andfriend ship He pictured himself as no longer mad at of Loa with whom he quar relled at a LosAngeles civic dinner night best of he rsaid of San Francisco as he departed The Premier made the 20 mile trip from his hotel to In ternational Airport in an open blue Vconvertible instead of a tulletpropf limousine One of his b f i c com plaints about too tight a securi ty ring around himin Los An geles was directed toward hav ing to sit in a hot sedan with the windows closed for Khrushchev repre sents a solution tp1 a stubborn problem with which the Soviet been faced for years have great jnterest in the use of ground corncobs in livestock fodder and in how Iowa farmers do their bb P KHRUSHCHEVS com excwr sioh begins Wednesday morning The rest of Tuesday was to be taken up with a visit to the John bejere DesMoines Worksitoiiee it turns out agricutorai ma chinery A twr b Moines abk neat middledais also was on tbe ule at which KJmiskcbtv   

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