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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 12, 1959, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited toe to HOME EDITION The Newspaper That Makes All North I ow a n s N e i g h b ors i VOL ft Aueclkted art Uaited Fun MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY NOVEMBER 12 Copy Piper ConiUti Four One Ne A hedging game by politicians Nobody wants to stick his neck far By EARL MAZO New York Herald Tribune News Service a clan destine candidate for President isnt easy But after weighing all their burdens about a dozen states men currently withstanding the ordeal would probably agree that nothing they face is more bothersome than the question Are you a candidate when it is asked in Reporters never seem to stop They keep at different and night And candidates quickly discover that the hoary I want to be is a good governor or senator vice president or as tire some to hear as it is to utter THUS ASPIRANTS for the highest post of power in the free world find themselves con cerned largely with phrasing disclaimers And haying to be freshly evasive day in and day out taxes the ingenuity of the most articulate candidates and the most prolific ghost writ ers Among other things there is always the danger that the pub lic might believe the disclaimer That nearly happened to Ad lai E Stevenson He landed at National Airport last June with a prepared statement that opened with the words I will not be the A re porter for one of the nations influential newspapers ac cepted the face value of that sentence and wrote flatly that Stevenson said he would not be the nominee For days afterward close Stevenson visers found it necessary to as sure perplexed Stevenson de votees that the newspaper had f easons 2nd snow moves in Condition of roads worsens Winds to increase Steel Industry Flexes Muscles A Bessemer con verter blows off slag at the U S Steel plant at McKeesport as a steel worker heads for his AP Photofax job on the graveyard shift The first steel since the start of the 116day strike flowed out of the plant Wednesday Stevensons mean misjudged ing Gov Nelson A Rockefeller of New York who characterized the ordeal as tiresome while jousting with Chicago reporters a week or so ago had a typi cal experience in the White House W German radio plan protested WASHINGTON UPI The Soviet Union Thursday pro tested to the United States and its Allies against a West Ger man proposal to set up a radio transmission station in Red en circled West Berlin They said the Soviet TTriipn in notes to United States Britain France and West Germany has raised again charges that the Western powers are interested in transmitting hostile propa ganda from the free portion of the former German capita THE STATE Department vould say only that it had re ceived a note from Russia and t was under study The department declined disclose the contents or II THE GOVERNOR who would surprise no one if he an nounced formally that he is a candidate for the Republican nomination had conferred with President Eisenhower Ameri cas No 1 Republican for more than an hour Afterward when he showed up in the midst of the waiting reporters he shook hands all around and stated he would comment only on civi defense and no other subject But the reporters persisted This was the essence of the informal press conference Kids agree now Rigging isnt fair FREEHOLD N J Wi Is honesty the best policy A high school class here evidently thinks The students at Freehold Regional High School were taught a lesson by their American history teacher Melvin C Willett The class held a discussion on rigged television quiz shows and in the words of Willett As we discussed the subject I became perturbed at the attitude of most of the students They felt that because of the big money prizes involved and be cause it was not illegal it was all right for quit contestants to accept So Willett made up a real whopper of an American history quiz He hinted to nine of the students that he wouldnt mind if they looked at the answers lying on his desk They did The nine got perfect scores Willett flunked the rest of the class Then Willett revealed what he had done They all objected he said complainingabout the unfairness of the situation AH right I told them we will now have another discussion on rigged TV quiz All of GM plants at standstill Heavy snow with accumula tion of six or more inches ex pected for central Iowa settled over the state Thursday The central and eastcentral areas of the state were expected to be hit the hardest although four inches or more of snow was forecast for North Iowa the Weather Bureau said Northerly winds of 20 to 30 miles an hour should pile up drifts The snow will diminish Fri day the and slightly colder temperatures will move in The blowing and drifting snow I was making driving hazardous and highways in all except the southeastern sections were snow packed and icy The weatherman said it might turn out to be as bad or worse as last weeks blizzard DETROIT All auto as SPENCER REPORTED heavy sembly lines in the vast General snow and it was piling up in Ma Motors empire stood silent son snow was falling Thursday stilled by lack of hi western and southeast sec1 enough steel to turn out even tions ot the state one more complete passenger Tne highway commission saidi ir roads in Central and North Iowa autosground to were 100 per cent snow packed a halt Wednesday mght at the Roads in western 100 vorlds largest manufacturing per cent snow packed and ice American reaction pending fur her study Other official sources how ever said the Soviet protest was directed against a new West erman statute which would provide for erecting a trans mitter under control of the Bonn government in the West sector of Berlin which is occupied by the British French and Amer icans ALTHOUGH OFFICIALS here declined to elaborate immedi ately on the Russian charge the Soviet Union traditionally has claimed that West German of ficial operations should not be permitted in West Berlin since Mason City Heavy snow Thurs day night becoming occasion al flurries Friday Snow ac Probe break in cables SYDNEY N UP A re pair ship Thursday headed for a spot 200 miles off Nesvfound land where a transatlantic cable was damaged Monday knock ing out 36 telephone circuits cumulating to 4 inches or more Northerly winds 2035 miles an hour blowing from France and Germany Five i the cable breaks last occurred Q Have you made up your mind yet it is still Allied territory A The fact is Im not a cap officials said that the new So didate vjet note not protest against Q Did you inform the Presi mcrican radio activities in drifting snow Slightly colder Low Thursday night upper teens High Friday lower 20s Iowa Snow Thursday night ac cumulating to 6 inches or more central and eastcentral and heavy snow southeast Northerly winds 2030 miles an hour blowing and drifting snow west Thursday night and most of state Friday Snow diminishing Friday highs prompting an onboard investi gation of a Soviet trawler found in the vicinity It was believed although never proved that the trawlers deep riding plows might have cut the cable acci dentally Two U S Navy patrol planes began scouting the area Wed nesday for any ships that migh have caused the latest break Poor visibility forced them bad to fheir base at Nfld Shutdown of GMs last op erating assembly line was the climax caused strike of by a series of the national halts steel THE SHUTDOWN will last un il enough steel can be obtained and parts processed to fill sup ly lines at assembly plants rM has declined to estimate how long this might be but in dustry sources expect the shut down to last up to four weeks Normally at this time of year tMs five carmaking divisions would be turning out more than units a week MOST GM lines have been down for 10 days and production was curtailed even before then by parts shortages GM has laid off hourly employes out of a normal work force of 000 covered Temperatures accompanying the storm were mostly in the 20s Sibiey reported Thursday mornings of 16 degrees while Mason City had 18 Coun cil Bluffs was the warmest spot in the state despite light snow with a reading of 31 degrees The Weather Bureau saidthe snow came romping out of Kan sas Wednesday night and then veered eastward across the cen tral part of Iowa THE ASSOCIATED Press re ported that mounting drifts of snow buried much of Montana Cranberry Safety Test A chemist for the Food and Drug Administration pours cranberries into a sepa rator as part of a test to determine what part of the new cranberry crop is safe for eating Some 100 in spectors and 60 chemists have been assigned to the project Chemist disputes berry threat NEW YORK UPI The chemistwhose laboratory experi ments disclosed that a weed killer used on some cranberry crops produced cancer in rats said Thursday the tainted berries Ford Motor Co is operating on curtailed work weeks but plans to step up production by the end of November Ford makes almost half of its own steel Chrysler Corp also has c and paralyzed transportation Fifteen inches of record Helena the capi tal city of persons Tem peratures plunged to the zero mark The Montana blizzard left many hunters unreported How ever sheriffsofficers said the hunters probably were not in any serious trouble because of the relatively warm tempera lures UJItU mailing JiLIUdV UiLULltiL rt4 t fn Vi it 11 Uttl I Os Little colder Thirsdavi A spokesman for the to sheep and cattlelminislration for this t I i dent of your intention to run A I will not any except civil Q The President is leader of the Republican party Did you discuss Republican politics A We did discuss other If two people get to gether who worked together in government that politics is a subject that could come up Q IF YOURE NOT a can didate why did you add stops in Washington and Idaho to your Western political tour A I am Governor of a large state in the E a s t which is strongly Republican and I am vitally interested in the future of the Republican Party Q Would the party have more vitality with you at the head of the ticket A My God that is a leading question Subsequently as the Cover nor was leaving the Whit House grounds a woman re porter inquired with a grin When are you coming out o the political bomb shelter Thats a good question Gov Rockefeller replied grinnin back Then he shook severa more hands waved goodby left ACTOR WEDS SAN Calif UPI Actor Dale Robertson itar of the television serie Tales of Wells Thur day married Lula Mae Hardinj 28 Victoria Tex It was his thir marriage and her second est Berlin which have been a equent target of the Russians the past Soviet Foreign Min ter Andrei Gromyko charged epeatedly at the Geneva con erence last summer that RIAS Radio in American Sector was sed to broadcast hostile and endentious propaganda to East ermany and other Communist reas in Europe President flies to Augusta again AUGUSTA Ga W 4 Presi ent Eisenhower arrived Thurs ay for some of the sunshin ind clear skies that were miss ng during his visit to Augusta ast month The sun was shining brightly and the temperalur vas about 70 degrees as th President arrived from Wash ngton in his plane Columbin II The President seeking rest before his December good will tour on three continents was accompanied by a small White House staff and George E Allen business and personal friend On the inside North Iowa News Page 3 Editorials 4 Society News 47 12 Clear Lake News 1415 Mason City News 1617 1920 Latest look Cold mostly cloudy with snow flurries Minnesota Continued cold snow in south Thursday night lows 1424 Further outcan Telephone Telegraph Co all lines of cars through at least were stranded in high moun were not dangerous to humans Dr Boyd Shaffer a toxicologist for the American Cyan am id said his experiments with aminotriazole produced cancer in rats only after continued ad ministration over the lifetime of the rats at a relatively high He said similar experiments with dogs produced no cancer If you ask mewhether the very small amount of resi due presented in the tainted cranberries is dangerous to peo ple I steadfastly maintain the answer is he said Shaffer said a human would have to eat pounds of cranberries a day for many years before he would suffer any ill effect from consumption of the chemical residue Secretary of Health Education and Welfare Arthur Si Flemming started the controversy Monday when he warned that a portion of the Washington and Oregon crops had been contaminated by the weed killer Some food chains and grocers iacross the nation withdrew their Chemical also used on corn across Iowa AMES A weed killing chemical which has caused much concern in the cranberry industry has been used in Iowa cornfields for four or five1 an Iowa State University professor says E P Sylwester professor of botany and plant pathology said Wednesday ISU has rec ommended the chemical ami notriazole for killing Canadian thistle and quack grass Iowa farmers he said use it to kill these weeds before plant ing corn sorghum and soy beans It has been cleared by A veteran stockman estimatedthe Federal Food and Dmg Ad spreading to north Friday Highs Friday 1825 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Thursday Maximum Minimum At 8 Precipitation YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 31 18 22 trace 56 18 said until repair crews amined the cable there was no way of telling whether it was cut by a ship or damaged by some natural cause x next week The firm has laid off tajn rangcs Riders to he added SAME Rockefeller on Coast to check voter pulse LOS ANGELES York Gov Nelson A Rocke feller said Thursday that the United States has a higher goal than frustrating the am bitions of the Soviet Union That goal he said is to make sure that the emerging international order will serve indeed will save the aspira tions of all mankind for a life of freedom dignity and jus Fog foiled temporarily an informal welcoming for Rockefeller widely regarded as a probable candidate for the Republican presidential nomination but still not ready to confirm or deny it He flew in for a fastpaced fourday speaking tour of the west in an apparent test of strength A hundred members of the Californians for Rockefeller C a 1Rocks organization a 20piece brass newsmen and photographers awaited him at Los AngelesInterna tional Airport Fog however had caused closing of Ihe airport and his chartered plane coidd not land there It landed at Lockheed Air Terminal Burbank 30 miles away The Republican and his party then piled into a bus hourly workers Spinning wheels put skids on students grades WELLS Nev Agee a reporter for the Wells High School student maga zine made a survey at the school and came up with the following statistics Not one straight A stu dent at Wells High owns a car Only five per cent of the B students do About 45 per cent of the C students do And 71 per cent of the D students do Agee pointed out that he was neither a car an A student Deputies accused of molesting inmates MEMPHIS Tenn W sheriff Thursday fired three deputies accused of having inti mate relations with women pris oners at the county jail Fur thermore Sheriff M A Hinds said others may be fired by the time he completes the investi gations touched off by the case of the pregnant of the deputies protested bitter ly Kenneth Mattox 22 and Dav id Climer 27 said they were falsely accused They said they were refused a liedetector test try to get feed to the cattle DENNY DIES WEST CORNWALL Conn George Veruon Denny 60 author educator and radio com mentator died Wednesday The way to use it in field Sylistocks from sale Wednes wester said is to spray it on day the Navy ordered its corn growing weeds wait about a week plow the weeds under and then plant the crop There is no carryover in the soil as far as we can deter he added mands at home and abroad to halt serving the berries if they came from Oregon or Washing ton The Army and Air were expected to follow suit Pelican Roundup Bronx zookeeper Eric Eidler reaches out with a net to snare a wingbeating pelican while Wil liam Con way curator of birds mans the AP oars The bird and six others were rounded up and placed in winter quar ters where theyll live in 80degree tern peratures and dine daily on butter
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