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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 5, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited tot Ow BEUAZETTE VOL M The Newspaper That Makes All N or th I ns HOME EDITION Pren sad United PreM InUnutiofli Full MASON CITY IOWA TriURSDAYV NOVEMBER 5 1959 7c Paper at Four One snow ma roads hazardous Standards Even Notion a I Geographic has girl on cover By CLINTON GOOSELAKE WASHINGTON where the old standards are crumbling Coca Cola frequently sells for a dime Kites are made out of plastic Detroit boasts that its cars are smaller narrower and shorter with less horsepower to boot And how comes the National Geographic Magazine after a steadfast halfcentury with a beautiful girl on its cover And in a bathing suit yet She has just popped oiit of the ocean off Oahu Hawaii with a double handful of sea urchins Where will it end WELL AS FAR as Na tional Geographic is concerned said Dr Melville Bell Grosve nor president and editor who put the girl on ithe cover it wont He has additional im provements in prospect We have to change with the times Streamline Roll with the punch Keep up to date But then thats what weve always Dr Grosvenor said He said the familiar magazine of the National Geographic Soci ety with the Bali belles waving palms and other fascinating fauna and flora inside has been evolving littlebylittle right through the years Its been done so gradually we just havent noticed Maybe so but one thing is jure Dentists offices hereafter wont be the same although of I wondered if you would be in course it will be several months terested in the position before they catch up to the cur The salary would compare rent editions favorably with what you re LPT IT RC j ceived at Columbia University 7 f I would g h f th ly to avoid undue alarm among the societys members that the gold border and leaf de sign that have marked every geographic cover since 1910 arent to be altered But where the central cover Jewel in the crown of the great confined itself formerly to a liststate of Iowa It is a friendly ing of titles like searching for community of people with cliff dwellers it now fine churches and schools The will feature each month a timely agricultural pulse of a great topic in pictorial color beats strong in the heart ing cranes fight for of our city Too much trouble likes tots but TIMPERLEY England UPI Sheila Winkley who hates diaper changing and bottle Thursday she hoped a childless American couple would adopt her latest child when it is born in February isnt that I do not like she said but I just do not want Ihe troubleconnected with Winkley and her unemployed husband gave away their fourth child Janet for adoption last March The Christine 3 has been in a public orphange since she was severimonths old awaiting adoption They kept the first two David 8 and I do not want to get up in the middle of the night I do not want to have the feeding and the washing of diapers all the things you have to go through with a Neighbors stoned the Winkley house when they gave Janet for adoption to a couple in Manchester when she was born in June 1958 Mrs Winkley said she wanted to give her unborn child to Americans because they have a broader Garner in offer to Van Doren GARNER Van Doren most controversial fig ure in the current TV quiz show riggings may have lost his job with the Na tional Broadcasting but he doesnt have to be among the unemployed He been offered a job teaching English at Garner High School next year The offer was made to Van Doren in a letter from Allen N Stroh Garner superintend ent of schools IN SPITE of the fact that the nation has turned against you because of the adverse pub licity of Congressional hearings I have great respect for your knowledge and ability to teach English We will need an English teacher in Garner next year Af Thoietfi ANGELIC POSE Canadas Minister Diefenbaker wellliked by almost everyone appears even more amiable with a halo over his head at a convention in Toronto He was snapped by chance under a circle of lights or a chande lier Van Doren received Or nually as an professor Sloan man kilted in truck crash SALIX UPI Donald Lee Clayton 38 Sloan was killed Wednesday night when his truck jskidded off snowcovered a mile south of here and overturned Authorities blamed GARNER IS considered the O 1 and the rest of the table of con terns still will be there but squeezed upward or down to make room for the art Dr Grosvenor is the son of Dr Gilbert Grosvenor wfio pi loted the Geographic Society and itsmonthly magazine to their position of world renown He himself is a veteran of 35 years society service He got the idea for cover pictures after sifting in vain through a stack of geographies looking for a par ticular issue f WITH THE BOARD of trust tees Dr Grosvenor pondered for months before making the change In April they took the first step quietly removing from the timehonored cover a ruled line that traced the inner of the border Not one reader noticed the difference he recalls happily Thus emboldened Dr Gros venor put a big 49star flag on the July issue In September he burst into print with a Navy demon jet fighter spitting fireballs in full color He followed up in October with the charming Eda Zahl wife of a staff member gather ing sea life off the 50th state The reaction was marvel the editor said It was 99 and ninetenths per cent favor able I believe there was one member in England who com plained He said we didnt need any WINDFALL FOR TROOPER CAGLIARI Sardinia Antonio Usai 87 Wednesday re eeived fais bonus for serving the Italian army in 1886 conditions and the heavy snow that was whipped by winds up to 40 miles an hour Clayton suffered a fractured neck and chest injuries BLAST AT SEA The Caution byword on highways Early taste of winter The first general snow of the season swept across Iowa from the northwest Thursday adding insult to Injury to an already coldwet autumn The wet snow driven by strong northerly winds clung to trees and bushes and turned the outdoors into a winter wonder land But the winddriven snow made highway traffic treacher ous in the Mason City area and the situation was likely to get even worse after nightfall as he mercury drops even lower SIX INCHES OF snow was re ported by the Iowa Highway Commission in northwest part of the state Sioux City had 5 inches and Sibley and Le Mars 4 Mason City recorded 2Vz Inch es overnight and another inch fell between 8 and Butthe depth actually was worse in as the snow was being piled up the wind Sanding plowswire The Mason City street crews began snow when the snow became deep enough to be removed by The work was continuing through the day The bureau said however that the snow should letup by evening with clear skies and slowly rising tempera tures prevailing Friday The snow that fell early Thurs day was wet and compacted readily As the temperatures slumped the new snow only add ed to the troubles VISIBILITY WAS poor on the highways and motorists still not accustomed to winter driv ing were urged to use extreme caution a WM jiuiuui jnci JJlaiilcii c it T the accident on the slippery road Southern Iowa had consider pnnrfitinnc 3 Die SlGGt because of the icecoated Ak SarBen Bridge which crosses the Missouri into Omaha Neb U S 20 was blockednear Fort Dodge when two semitrailers opportunity to help NEWPORT R I exjackknifed on the road 1etter plosion of an antiaircraft ruund The snow front also extended over the southern half of Min nesota Wisconsin Michigan and Russian ballyhoo deflated Tensions not all gone SNOWBOUND STROLLER Timothy Olson 2 ponders the plight of his snow bound stroller probably wishing he had put the chains on the wheels before the white stuff began falling Wednesday night Timmy son of Mr and Mrs Bill Olson 2235 19th S was among the thousands of North Iowa youngsters who woke up Thursday to find a winter wonderland riggings on TV to viewers UP George Abrams a former executive of Revlon testified Thursday that the Revionspon television quiz shows was an act of desperation to rescue the programs from pluni meting viewer Abrams indicated that Mar tin Revson former executive vice president of Revlon may not have been aware that the destiny of contestants was de At Council Bluffs traffic was City Light snow will backed up more than a mile freeze on highwaysThursday cided in meetings between pro ducers and the sponsor Abrams was called as a wit ness before the House Legisla tive Oversight subcommittee in an effort to reconcile earlier conflicting statements made by him Revson and the shows producers HE WAS FOLLOWED by the heads of the Columbia Broad casting System and the National Broadcasting Co Revson declared emphatically earlier that Revlon a cosmetics producer had no idea any hankypanky was occurring on the bigmoney quiz programs However Abrams in a sworn statement introduced at the hearings had a different as did the show producers Testifying in person Thursday Abrams said he honestly be lieves officials of both Revlon On the inside v i 11 vt JUL1III standing of literature is as great and a fire aboard the destroy in Garner as it is in New USS Willis A Lee during ex T ercises at sea Wednesday in jured seven crewmen one se riously I would be happy to discuss the details with you at your conven Stroh concluded Nobel award fby peace to La bo rite The Norwegian Storting parliament awarded the prize which carries a cash award of to the 70 yearold el d e r statesman OSLO Norway Philip NoelBaker a British Labor Party member of Par liament who has campaigned vigorously for more than 30 years won the Nobel Peace without listing a specific Pnze Thursday reason for his selection But NoelBaker descended from a family with Quaker and pacifist traditions had devoted the greater part of his life to working for interna tional peace and cooperation He was instrumental in founding the League of Na tions and was one of the earliest members of its secre tariat He also was a moving spirit in founding the United Nations NoelB a k e r climaxed his strugglefor disarmament last year with a book outlining a comprehensive program for world The book called The Arms made sweeping propos als for gradual abandonment of all classes of weapons nuclear conventional chemi cal and biological PHILIP NOELBAKER South Dakota The highway commission said snow was general throughout the area west and north of a line through Creston Jefferson Fort Dodge Clarion and McGregor Highways in the snow area have become snowpacked in places and are wet and slushy the commission said Blowing snow has reduced visibility to a quarter of a mile in the western section SIBLEY HAD he state low Thursday of 16 degrees Sioux City had 20 and temperatures ranged up to 43 at Burlington The snow is expected to push out of the stale Thursday night and skies will become clear and the winds will diminish It will be much colder Thursday night with lows from 10 above in the northwest to 30 in the southeast Friday will be fair with a slight warming trend and tem peratures of from 30 degrees in the northwest to 50 in the south east SAME DATE19S44W UOWA BAFETI DEPARTMENT FIGUBES evening and cause hazardous driving conditions Cloudy and colder with strong northerly winds and light snow Thurs day later at Clear Lake 7 night lows 1015 Fair with Society News 101112 slowly rising temperatures Editorials 13 Friday highs 3036 Comics Mason City News 1617 and ifs advertising ageneie knew they were controlled He said if Martin Bevsoii wa 3t aware that suggestions came out of weekly meetings to determine contestants futures then it was because he was toe busy with other functions ABRAMS TESTIFIED that at he weekly sponsor producer meetings there was never any open discussion of having a contestant continue or drop off but such things were expressed as a hope or a de sire by Revlon representatives He said Charles Revson presi dent of Revlon attended meet ngs infrequently and I would say he didnt He said Revlon when it had proof of outright rigging pulled out as sponsor Subcommittee Chairman Oren Harris DArk also scheduled testimony from Joseph Gates an early director of the illfated Question quiz pro ram and Max Levine press WASHINGTON matic officials said Thursday President Eisenhower appeared to have put EastWest relations back into proper focus by de flating Soviet ballyhoo about a Camp David They said it was high time to correct the impression in Rus sian propaganda broadcasts that unless the United States and its Allies came to terms with the Kremlin they were destroy ing the magic that came out of the Eisenhower Khrushchev meeting at Camp David Md The President at his last news conference obviously wanted to throw up some cau tion flags against expecting too much from the current slight easing of tension ASKED ABOUT the Camp David he said he didnt know what the Russians meant unless they referred to the fact that he and Khrushchev when speaking alone were able to talk being mutually busive because they stuck to eneral Eisenhower said that when it omes down to specific issues nstead of generalities the go ng gets tougher The President also made it iear that although he has been anxious for an early EastWest iummit meeting he will not into it until the Western Allies are all ready Asked about the momentum generated for a summit confer ence Eisenhower said this should not lead to rushing into something that THATS said the Western Allies are meeting in Paris 19 to coordinate on critical issues Eisenhower had another an nouncement which is not ex pected to go down well in tha Kremlin In announcing his December trip to nine countries in Europe Asia and Africa he disclosed hat it would take himthrough he countries the Middle Eastern Cento pact vhich is a favorite target for ioviet abuse Khrushchev repeatedly has charged that American military aid and the establishment of oases in Pakistan Turkey and ran menaces the southern part af the Soviet Union In addition o those three countries Eisen ower will visit India Afghan stan Greece Italy France and Jorocco T Rep Alvin Bush of Pennsylvania dies WILLIAMS PORT Pa Iowa Colder Thursday night Clty News 1617 to get an employe on with a hard freeze clearing News 18 llle Question show in east with KOM agent for an Allentown dcRep Alvin R Bush RPa died oarlmcnt store Max Hess own er of the store told of paying east with light snow Thursday evening clear ing late at night Lows Thurs day night 10 northwest to 24 southeast Fair with rising temperatures Friday except cold extreme southeast highs 30 northwest to 42 southeast Further outlook Fair and warmer Saturday Minnesota Clearing not quite so cold Highs Friday 2532 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Thursday Maximum Minimum At 8 Precip YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 39 26 26 96 2Vi snow 66 35 Latest 1955 so store Question shosv in he could plug Hess in Williamsport Hospital Thurs day at the age of 66 He suf fered a heart attack Wednes day Bush served in Congress two full terms and was elected to a third term in 1958 lowans death ruled violent DES MOINES UPI James Tuohy 37 Des Moines Thurs day was found dead in an alley cut bruised and bloody Polk County Coroner Dr Leo Luka said it would be some time before the exact cause of death could be determined However Luka added that Tuohy definite ly died a violent Authorities found empty liquori bottles in the dead mans room and reports were that he had been drinking heavily since his THIS CRAZY HIFI The wife left him There were also dried blood stains on clothes and bedding in his room bellshaped object isnt a woofer 01 iwhoosher out of a kingsized hifi 1UIU3 ilultl oaiuorma TO an set man Actually its part of a tion testing center m Atlantic City AP pound wind tunnel that was transported in sections from California to an   

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