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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 3, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                Hortfc lowot Doily Newspaper Edted tot HOME EDITION NtwspapVr VOL MM PNM N 6 rt IT lowo s N fc Faeer Twe Ne Ml prmgs sh Fata PITTSBURGH The United Steelworkers Saturday moned its wage committee to assemble as negotiations continued in ah effort to end the nation wide steel strike the summons came hard on the heels of an order for the unions internationai executive board to met in Pittsburgh at 2 Sunday The wage policy committee made up of 170 members has power to reject or accept a new contract The rapid fire developments came amid widespread but in conformed reports the steel in diistry is willing to grant ar eight cent an hour pay pack age increase in exchange fo tighter controlover local work ing David J McDonald USW president made cpmmen on prderlrig the wage polic committee to assemble but spokesman for him said Dont get too Remember the wage policy com mittee can either accept or re ject a cpnticiei proposal and thi committee acts on man The reported eightcent pack age apparently would be spli iifin welfare and pension bene Nearly Boycotted years Ago Cairo Is Alive By MARTIN G BERCK New York News Service CAIRO To Decently re turnedvisitorto Egypts mag ificerit mixture of sunlight sand and stone even a routine taxi cab ride thrbugh Cairo shows that important changes have country that was shunned byr tourists fwo years ago In the shadows of mosques standing like lacewrapped fin gers centuries and in be seen iness districts and ultramodern going up in the residential sec tion of and But avisitor might attach more significance to what he sees when the cab stops in down town Cairofor a traffic light As before one or more bare sun burned arms slide through the open the palms are not empty and there is no pite ous murmering for baksheesh INSTEAD IT SEEMS one hand will proffer a metal brace let another a ripe melon someone else will flaunt a fist ful of postcards And the ven of a firm but will disap pear quickly when there is no business says IL win Likely as n o t there wall be international Longshoremens plenty of business to do DollarAssn unlil Oct 15 The union bearing tourists as rare two says its workers will not return years ago as crocodiles in Cen tral Parks lake seem to have returned in large numbers on OlilfpClD UIIC omrkv newly provided sea and air them million a day ices Only last spring for ex ample Scandinavian Airline System introduced its new 500 mileanhour twinjet Caravelles on routes between 2 other cities in 17 countries oi Europe and the Middle East Store windows beguile the tourist with displays of brass copper silver and brocade in greater variety and quality than before In the labyrinthine souks the bazaars which tour ist wives find often as interest ing as ancient tombs the pitch ers and trays and necklaces and camel saddles seem to be finer and more plentiful THE ORIENTAL rite of charming a customer by hag gling with him and ultimately yielding to a lower special price still goes on But the purchaser no longer need feel his will be the only sale of the day Other tourists will take his place and each will receive a special Where once an American trav eler and his wife walked alone but for a guide through the Egyptian Museum with itsfan tastic display of years of treasures now there are clus ters of visitors na tions examining the golden cof fin of King Tutankhamen EGYPT NOW THE southern region of Arab Re public hopes the tourist will center h i s attention on more agreeable vistas In spite of last years govern ment regulation that belly danc ers quit exposing their charms quite so fully and confine their tummies behind veils however flimsy night clubs in the city seem crowded after dark fits the first year of a two year agreement and then be appliec fo pay increase in the second THE COMPANY suggestion apparently not submitted yet as aformal proposal came during round of negotiations that opened in Pittsburgh Thursday a Eisenhower rapped lmuckles on iboth sides He said he wantedto seV some The Saturday session woulc make it appear that McDonak had not rejected the and certainly bad not acceptec it McDonald previously had de nouncedcompany demands for working rule changes as a un ionbusting move The Presidents implied threat that he wiU invoke the Taft Hartley Law and send the half million striking workers back o the mills for an 80day cool ing off period has put pressure on both the union and industry AT NEW YORK meanwhile an early settlement of the long shoremens strike that has shut down ports along the Atlantic 4U1 W4 pCUlS lllllUg UIK fVllalllll dors will not persist in the face Gulf coasts appeared un fivm Vm f uril Hlcan i ikely The New York Shipping Assn says it will not meet with the o the docks until it has a new contract Shippers the strike is The strike of about longshoremen from Searsport Maine to Brownsville Texas has tied up cargo operations on about 200 freighters The strike developed early Thursday in Southern ports and quickly spread northward SAME IOWA SAFETY DEPAmTBBENT FIGURES i T ii j rATwRAl HIGHWAY Fred S which it had behind an car wit on Highway18 a liile of Kora Springs had been going 20 Pierce S W our persons were hospitalized west and was spun and Ttnocked 120 feet back m the direction from Mason d y through Sunday day night low near 40 Warm h loeOsAv1 high 40s southeast Partly cloudy warmer Sunday highss 6270 Further cloudj and cooler Monday Minnesota Clearing and warm er Highs Sunday 6272 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Saturday Maximum Minimum At 8 Precipitation YEARAGO Maximum Minimum 58 44 20 67 49 Rainy Cold Spell Ends Mostly clear skies prevailed ver Iowa Saturday and it ap eared that the latest rainy spell Rose arrested M r s Deyo about 7 Thursday She wa in the county jail untilFriday afternoons hearing Mrs Deyo is charged by Ozark County authorities with poisoning her husband on July 8 The warrant issued in the Missouri court at Gainesville by Judge J B Rogers charges that Mrs Deyo and Bill Shindler murdered her husband delib erately and premeditatedly by mixing poison with food or vita mins which they knew he would consume SHERIFF ROSE returned vas over Warm weather also was in he outlook with Saturday after oon highs in the upper 50s and ower 60s The temperatures ot to only 46 degrees at Sioux Spencer Friday but Davenport and Ottumwa shared 5s Saturday morning readings ell into the upper 30s with pencer reporting a 36 and Sioux ity a Sunday morning readings due tobe from the upper Os north to the upper 40s long the southern border Rainfall amounts recorded for ie 24 hours ended early Satur ay included Council Bluffs 58 of an inch Des Moines 56 aterloo 54 Spencer 45 Du uque 42 Davenport 30 urlington 26 and Cedar Rap ds and Sioux City 25 of an nch Mason City had 20 WASHINGTON JPi Heres a brief summary of strikes that have left more than a million workers idle across the nation STEEL Estimated steel workers and work ers in allied industries idle Negotiations continue today in 81dayold strike DOCKWORKERS idle in ports from Maine to Texas Deadlock indicates strike will last at least two weeks MEATPACKING More than Swift Co workers out with two age 5 and NONFERROUS METALS More than workers idle 10 Another daughter age 19 is mainly in Western copper lead and zinc mines and processing marrieci fabricating SHIP REPAIR About workers idle in yards from San Francisco north to Canada GLASS moldmakcrs idle in glass container industry AUTOMOBILE More than Chrysler workers idle in Ohio Michigan and walkout at Twinsburg stamping plant t6 Poisoning of in She is at liberty on a bond after refusing to waive extradition on the charge of murdering her husband Kenneth Deyb 42Justice Shaffer set a at whether Mrs Deyo will be returned to father Floyd Carter Clear Lake Route 2 posted the bond for his daughter in Justice Frederick B Shaf Sheriff Jerry Alien and Ozark County Sheriff George Friday afternoon to Missouri to direct a search for Shindler In a statement to the sheriffs Mrs Deyo admittedshe and Shind er unmarried and about 44 were having a love affair She said they had been meeting in woods near the Deyo farm The Deyos had farmed about our miles north of Clear Lake or 16 years They moved to a arm near Aimartha about our years Mrs Deyo re urned to her parents home north of Clear Lake in early August Kenneth Deyo was buried at Sheffield on Aug 1 four days after his death The cause of Deyos death was officially listed as a heart attack It was more than 10 days after his death that the results of an autopsy was reported from Cansas City Itshowed that he had died after swallowing jnough poison to kill 10 people he Cerro Gordo County sheriff eported OZARK COUNTY authorities nvesligated Deyos death and lly with Shindler Deyos body had been taken o a neighboring county and was imbalmed before authorities de ided to perform the autopsy Mrs Deyo has been living Mrs Deyo was represented in ustice Court by Clear Lake at orncy E R Boyle The Clear Lake woman told he that she has not ceri Shindler since before her lusbands death Qh the Inside General Ntws Page 2 Eat Grow Younger 5 Church 7 Society Clear Lake 9 Maroon and Blue TO Sports News 1112 Mason City News 1415 Building 1617 Latest IB North Iowa News 20 FIRE AWAY CENTS CROSSVILLE Tenri You could spit all over the place in Crossville Saturday Town of ficials passed a special act Fri day lifting the ordinance pro hibiting public expectoration in preparation for annual forest festivals spitting contest the winner of which receives two large spittoons SO R P RISE Miriam Etter was told shed have a surprise when she came home from college in Connecticut On arrivalshe learned she had inherited from a long lost Sarmiel a South African industrialist who died recently Mpville Man Dies in Auto Accident MOVILLE Wl Lawrence C iunze 42 was killed Saturday in a traffic accident on Highway20 about half a mile east of Moville Authori ies said Kunzes car ran off the lighway then back onto the highway again colliding headon with a SooLines bus BENJAMIN DIES NEVADA UP Cofounder George A Benjamin of the Ne vada Evening Journal died at posal made by Du Pont at his home Friday He was 87 torneys Decision federal judg ruletf Friday the Du Pont com pany can end its close financla tie with General Motors with out its nearly billion stock interest in GM Judge Walter J La Buy of U S District Court gave the opin ion at the direction of the U S Supreme Court which in a re view of civil antitrust proceed ings brought by the government ourid a tendency toward mon the relationship between he firms Du Fonts Interest repre sents ownership of 23 per cenl of General Motors Corp Du Jont is GAls largest supplier of abrics and finishes At the close of Fridays trad ng on the New York Stock Ex change the price of one share of GM stock was That made Du Fonts 63 million tM shares worth Judge La Buy held that Du 3ont may riot vole any of the 63 million GM shares nor can it or the Du Pont family holding ompanics acquire additional lock interest in General Mo tors Du PonLs president said he was gratified with the ruling which generally followed a pro WELCOME TO NIXON Presi dent Nixon gets a rousing greeting by out opinion in view of the presidential Dartmouth College students at Concord primary election there early N where he was to dedicate a flood Nelson Rockefeller another GOP presi control project Political dential possibility was in thestate last ever believe he made the itrip to sound week Farmer Victim Wife Three Others Hurt Fred S Furness 89 Rock ord Route 2 died Friday eve ning of injuries received in a leadon collision on Highway 18 mile west of Nora Springs our other persons were in a Mason City hospital as a result of the same smashup Those hospitalized are Fur ness wife three Mason J Johnson 24 20 Pierce S Patricia Lan non 19 110 Meadow Lane and Air Force Lt Howard Myli 24 m leave at his home at 743 17th E None are in serious condi ion The accident happened when he Mason Cityahs enroute to owa City for the lowaNorth vestern footballgame entered he area in which the 77year old woman is allowed to drive WITNESSES SAID Mrs Fur ness was driving west and starting to turn south onto the gravel road to the Furness arm They told the highway atrolmen she madethe turn directly in front of the west bound Mason City car The crash came in the intersection Mrs Finness drivers license restricts her to driving within a 10mile radius of to wearing glasses She was complying with those restric tions Traffic apparently was heavy and a number of witnesses to the accident They that the Mason City car was moving at a fairly high speed but seemed to be within the 70mileanhour speed limit There was a light rain at the time and the pavement was wet The impact in the intersec tion smashed the front of each car It was shortly after 5 THE FURNESS car was spun completely around and shot 120 feet east of the intersection in he direction from which it had come It went off the north side of the highway and came to a stop at the edge of an unfenced cornfield In addition to the smashed ront end the right rear fender of the Furness car received minordamage apparently by litting the other auto when it pun around after the impact Furness was thrown from the car his wife was driving He was ying on the south shoulder of he highway just east of the in ersection Johnson was the driver of the Mason City car That auto went off the south side of the high vay just cast of the intersec ion facing south It was off he shoulder of the road just elow the point where Furnesi was thrown THE MASON CITY ear is reg stered to Thomas J Kelsh 107 Vermont S E Kelsh was not the group The Kelsh car received more damage than the Furness auto n addition to the demolished ront end the windshield was the front seat knocked brward and the steering wheel jrokcn Mrs Furness who received m broken left leg and possible chest injury is in fair condition Johnson Is in good condition and apparently received only bruises Lt Myli who received a back injury also is in good ondition He was in the back eat of the Mason City auto Miss was in tht ront seat is in fairly good con dition She suffered lacerations jf the face and fractures of eft shoulder and right wrist he is the daughter of Dr and Mrs James W Larilwn Furness was the bps lital with a skull fracture and jther injuries He died of the lead injuries after an attempt o save his life by surgery had been made Furness body was taken to heckler Funeral Home Nora prings where services pending   

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