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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 25, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for HOME EDITION Tfct Newspaper That Makes AH N N tig h VOL n AuocUted Md TMW iBtwMUeaal uB LMM Wtaw MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY Copy Piper Two feetiouSeetiM OM at BestTime Part Y in Power in Britain Has Big Advantage By NORMAN I GELMAN GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau LONDON British election campaigns unlike ours are tele scoped into a threeweek per iod Conservative Labor and Liberal candidates for the House of Commons will be pulling all the stops from now to elec tion day which is Thursday Oct 8 A British prime minister and his cabinet colleagues have one political advantage over Ameri can officeholders They can call an election when the political omens favor their side It does nt have to be on the first Tues day after the first Monday in the llth month of the second or fourth year or any other fixed day month or 12month The only hardandfast rule is a stat utory Jimitation of five years on theliife1 of a Parliament FIVE YEAR limit for the Parliament dissolved on Sept 18 would not have run out until next May Its obvious that Prime Minister Harold Macmil lan thinks this is a propitious time to put the Conservative case before the voters He claims some credit vecause of his trip to Moscow last winter for bringing a summit confer ence perhaps somewhat closer to teality Asking the electors for a vote of confidence while hope is focused on a meeting at the may well be safer than to risk any popular disappoint j mehtafter the eyent Also Brit r enough to KHRUSHCHeV HOPEFUL Lessening of ions ri Soviet Rive r Nikita Khrushchev saidFriday he thinks tensions between the United States and the Soviet Union be ened to some extent as a re his visit to this country hours ahead of the start of his fatefurtalks on cold war affairs with President Eisen hower on a Maryland mountain tbpj khrushchev spoke briefly with fiewsmen at the entrance to i the Soviet Embassy will know more after thediscussions with the Presi he added Asked what he thinks is the outstandingdifficulty to be s e 11 d Khrushchev Siamese Twins Fail to Survive Long Surgery CHICAGO W A difficult attempt to save the lives of tiny Siamese twins by separating them hasended in their deaths Mary Helen died during operation Thursday Marie Ellen Schultz died Thursday night 4 hours and 40 minutes after the surgery was completed The girls together weighed 11 pounds 10 ounces at their birth four days ago They were joined at the abdomen They were unable to take nourishment to sustain life Dri Willis J surgeon inchief of Childrens Memorial Hospital said surgery offered their only chance to live BUT IN THE course of the threehour operation an eight member surgical team made AP Photofax HE FELtOW Van Cliburn Texas of Premier Khrushchevseye The again at pianist who scored an artistic triumph at a Moscow a reception in Washington and Mr K rarely allowed music festival last year apparently still is the apple ENERGY TO SPARE1 him out of his sight appreciate the much iness conditions now prevailing it is only recently thatCon iervative election prospects have grownso good millan succeeded Anthony Eden as Prime Minister in January 1957 the Conservatives were very much on the defensive as a result of the disastrous out come for Britain of the Suez ad venture A year later more Labor took the foreign policy spotlight with calls for military disengagement in Cen tral Europe Meanwhile auster ity measures to ward off infla tion and restore confidence in the pound sterling hardly worked up enthusiasm for the joverament in power Mr 1C Continues to THE TURNING POINT for the Conservatives seems to have come during the diplomatic se quel to Khrushchevs Berlin ul timatum of last November Al though Macmillans Moscow mission late in February was Five hundred tablets of mor phine sulfate and in cash were stolen Thursday night or early Friday from the Medical Arts 1312 4th It was the largest local narcotics theft police could recall There was also an attempt to break into another drug store Casey Drug 335 S Federal during the was evi dence of two attempts lo spring the door with a bar IT WAS NOT determined how WASHINGTON Pre mier Nikita bub bled in high spirits as 500 guests munched oh delicacies at afancy Soviet Embassy re ception wines and sparkling mineral Large ice sculptures of fish held bowls of Caviar flown in from the Soviet Union The fancy buffet was spread two discoveries The twins shared a single heart and a single liver meant that only one could retain the organs and be saved There Light Showers Covering Iowa Will Continue Light rain soaked much of Iowa Friday and the Weather Bureau said the showers would continue Friday night and in the was no chance for He patted his stomach in with jellied perch a Soviet explaining to Vice President amb dish tiny hot dogs Richard M Nixon thathe had shrimp roast turkey chicken energy in reserve after his liver pate smoked sturgeon not an unqualified success his initiativein seeking to lift the threat of nuclear bombing from the heads of exposed Britishers was not overlooked by them Substantial reductions in un employment stable prices and an income tax cut last spring all helped to make Conserva tives look like much nicer fel lows By early September the British Gallup poll gave them a lead of 5V4 percentage points over Labor and the proportion of poll participants crediting Macmillan with doing a good job jumped in a single month from 54 to 67 per cent ALL THESE SIGNS dont necessarily foreshadow a land slide for the Conservatives At the last election in1955 they won 344 seats in the House of Commons as against 277 for La bor but the total vote was more evenly divided per cent for Conservatives per cent for Labor per cent for Lib the Medical Arts Pharmacy was entered The money was ob tained from a small safe which was rolled into a back room and forced open with some type of bar The pharmacy is in the Med ical Arts Center which also houses doctors offices Police were told that the build ing was locked at breakin was dis covered shortly before 8 Friday IN ADDITION to the money taken in checks and small change was left in the safe Moneyin threecash regis one of which was was passed up One closet was pried open but nothing was reported missing from it The morphine wasin the form of hypodermic tablets It was in bottles Three hundred tab lets were of V4grain strength and the rest of Vigrain strength crosscountry had a big bear hug for pickled while mushrooms as sorted canapes salads Cliburn and got kiss cheeses fruits and ice cream on the cheek in return He handily fired barbs aFa couple AFTER NIXON AND Khru of high U S officials about exchanged greet or the it ings and the Premier had patted his stomach while re porting his reserve of energy with the Soviet HE WAS ALL smiles Thurs Nixon quipped that the energy day night as he greeted gov was like an eminent leaders diplomats industrialists No were not like Khrushchev replied We are es Cliburn the youngTexas pi anist had won fame with his success in a Moscow music completely in the open as far as our politics are con competition got one of the Premier greeted Under warmest greetingsVojfthe eve secretary of State Douglas Dil ning with enthusiasm then The orchestra swung into a wagged his finger under Dil the Ions nose and said So lanky youre the one whos blocking When the bear hugging and trade between the Soviet kissing were taken of Gliburn moved along the re Union and the United Dillon is in charge of eco ceiving line and planted a kiss nomic policy at the State De on Mrs Khrushchevs hand He had sent threedozen roses partment Secretary of Commerce tothe Soviet first Frederick H Mueller drew in the day this comment from the Pre The drinks included vodka There is a secretary champagne cognac and an of commerce but no corn assortment of dry Caucasian merce with our strength the two major parties has encouraged Liberals to aspire to a balance ofpower position in Commons They are entering twice as many candidates in the coming elec tion as they did in 1955 How ever the dopesters think no more than a handful of the Lib eral candidates are potential victors The once powerful Lib eral Party was represented by only six members in each of the past two parliaments Because of the near equilibri um in voting strength neither of the two big British parties dares to venture very far from middle ground for fear of alien ating independents whose sup port is necessary for victory at polls Dashes Info Side of Truck Killed CEDAR FALLS UPI Susan Tolleson 5 Cedar Falls died Thursday night in a hos pital here a short time after she dashed into the side of a semitrailer truck moving along Iowa 25 The little girl daugh ter of Mr and Mrs Ernest Tolleson suffered fatal head in juries and died about an hour after the mishap that happened on the outskirts of Cedar Falls Des Moines Cyclist Killed in Accident DES MOINES UPI Nor Airliner Crash in Alaska Fatal to 16 Persons vall Etter 22 Des Moines was killed Thursday night when tHe motorcycle on which he was riding went out of control and he was thrown against utility I pole ANCHORAGE Alaska A commercial airliner with 16 persons aboard crashed on an Aleutian island Thursday night A search pilot reported of life at the wreckage The plane a DC4 of the Reeves Aleutian Airline crashec at the level of a moun tain on Great Sitkin Islanc about ANavy pilot located the wreckage 40 minutes later and reported the plane appeared badly shattered The Coasl Guard sent a tug with a ground party to the isolated island The plane carried seven Air Force men one Navy man one Army man two civilians and five crew members Airline officials said the plane had started its approachto the Adak strip There apparently was ho report of trouble from the pilot before the crash On the Inside General News Page 2 Eat Grow Editorials North Iowa Features 5 Society News 910 Sports 1112 Mason City 1415 ClearLake U Comics 17 II Latest North Iowa TV Pullout Section SAMf IOWA IAFETT nETAETMENT FIGURES rU trafru ta M BORDEAUX France A French airliner bound for Africa crashed and exploded within minutes of takeoff Thursday night killing 53 of the 65 persons aboard Three children were among the 12 survivors thrown clear before the blew up and burst into flames Most were burned The plane made a twohour stopover in Bordeaux after an uneventful flight from Paris on a regular trip to B a m ako French Sudan and Abidjan on he Ivory Coast OFFICIALS OF the privately owned TAI Transport Aerien oper ators of the aircraft said sev eral prominent A f r i c a ri poli ticians were aboard Among the survivors was Se kou Sissoko health minister of the French Cameroons Most of the passengers were French Airline officials said there were a few Britons aboard but there was no immediate indication o any Americans on the flight THE PLANE plunged into forest two miles from Bordeauj Merignac airport just befor midnight after making a shak takeoff The pilot appeared 16 b having difficulty gaining altituc on leaving the runway Many relatives and friends o passengers watching the takeo saw the crash and hystericall broke through guard rails in a effort to rush to the scene Sfeel Boss Suffers Thrombosis HYANNIS Mass Walte F Munfprd 59 president of U S Steel suffered a cere bral thrombosis which partially paralyzed him Thursday after surgery for an accidental knife wound in his abdomen Dr Rob ert L OConnor TJ Stee medical director disclosed tha Munford suffered a stroke late Thursday afternoon and hac since been under the care 01 Boston specialists His condition was described as not critical but he has a paralysis of his right arm ind difficulty in speaking LAST OF RAIDERS MESCALERO N both to Dr Potts related Circumstances were such that we could only give Marie Ellen her rightful chance to Marie Ellen larger and better But and had one instead THERE HAVE BEEN a num ber of separations of Siamese twins linked at theabdomen But Dr Potts said this was the first instance of surgical divi sion involving interdependent circulation and respiration sys tems The father of the twins is El vin Schultz a Gary insur ance adjuster who lives in Ches northeast Saturday Heaviest rainfall was reported at Washington where 95 of an inch fell Zearing had 78 and Iowa Falls 77 Other rainfall amounts in cluded Guthrie Center 74 Fair field 70 69 Dumbnt 61 Buckr chuckled and replied would be better to ask that question of your The encounter with reporters came on the heels of separate morninglong sessionsin which and Eisenhower went over with aides the final details for their He was asked lirst what thinks of his this country With Ambassador Mi khail Menshikov acting as in terpreter he replied Wonder ful Then Khrushchev laughed and added in English Very KHRUSHCHEV still a walk ing exhibit of energy despite his gruelling nationwide tour and a late dinner session Thiirs day night was up for breakfast at 825 at Blair the Presidents guest house 55 Glar ies De Moines 50 Larriohi 46 Du buque Cedar Kapids 35 Brooklyn Ot tumwa 21 and DavenportM6 L o w temperatures Friday morning ranged from 53 at Ma son City to 65 at Burlington Thursdays high of 73 was shared by Davenport and Wat erloo Partly cloudy skies and warm Jasper Kanseah last known member of Gerpnimos Apache raiders died terton Ind The mother Mari lyn still is in a hospital at Val paraiso where the twins were delivered Sunday by Cae sarean section The parents both 28 have three other daughters 3 Brothers Lose Wives in 5 Days BALATON Minn Three brothers all have become widowers within a space of five last two by virtue of an auto accident Thursday near here Two of the brothers wives were killed while returning from the funeral of the third broth ers wife who died of a heart attack Sunday The victims Thursday were Mrs Harvey Brosseau 67 and Mrs Eugene Brosseau 59 Their car was struck by a semitruck er temperatures are expected in the southwest Saturday with scattered showers and thunder storms in the northeast It will be warmer over the entire state Sunday Ticking Bomb Turns Out to Be Alarm Clock Firemen were called to Roosevelt Elementary School in Mason City at 5 oclock Thursday afternoon to deacti vate a reported bomb A janitor locking up for the day heard a ticking noise from a closet Investigating he found that it came from a large package on a shelf Me got out and called the fire department Firemens report Noise found to be coming from alarm clock in nearby desk AP Photofax ALL THATS LEFT OP PC7 Firemen inspect the wreckage of a French DC7 airliner that crashed and burned within minutes of takeoff at Bordeaux Fifty three of the 65 aboard were killed back tb the to on aides trooped into the mansion A short block away and across the street Eisenhower was in conference with Secretary of State Christian A Herter U N Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge who accompanied Khrushchev on his crosscountry tour and Llewellyn Thompson U S am bassadorV to Moscow Earlier the President had seen Gordon Gray his special assistant on national security affairs As the conferences the White House announced that Eisenhower and his guest had decided to go by helicopter rath er than by automobile to Camp ttiei presidentialre treat Gatoctin Mountains wherethey will meetuntil Sun THE WHITE HOySlOsaid Eisenhower asked Khrushchev state his preference arid the a whirlybird They planned to fly together aking off from the White House grounds at on the 45 minute trip of about 65 miles Also assigned to their craft vere two interpreters James Rowley chief of the White louse Secret Service detail a Soviet security man and Capt E P Aurand Eisenhowers naval aide Three more heli copters were ordered for other officials and security agents The visiting Communist chief and the President will try to persuade each other to shift gov ernment policy in the interest of peace Khrushchev says he has not retreated an inch from his persistent accusation that U S policy created and preserved the cold war The Weather Mason City Mostly cloudy lit tle temperature change Friday night lows 58 to 60 Partly cloudy and warmer Saturday highs 74 to 77 Iowa Mostly cloudy little tem perature change Friday night with scattered rains and oc casional thunderstorms central and east Lows Friday night 58 to 65 S a t u r d a y partly cloudy and warmer west mostly cloudy with occasional showers and thunderstorms east in forenoon becoming partly cloudy in afternoon Highs Saturday 68 to 73 east 73 to 78 west Outlook for Sun cloudy little change in temperature Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average slightly abovs normal Saturday through next Wednesday Afternoon highs will be from the middle to up per 70s Lows will range from the lower to middle 50s Only minor temperature changes are expected until turning a little warmer Sunday or Mon day Rainfall will average 50 to one inch in showers and thundershowers early in the period Minnesota Clearing warmer Highs Saturday 6272 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Friday Maximum 70 Minimum 53 At 8 59 Precipitation 29 YEAR AGO Maximum M Minimum 4t t s   

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