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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 16, 1959, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edittd for the LOBE VOL 98 v The Newspaper That Makes All North towans Neighbors Associated Prew and Pteu International Full LNM Wire MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY NOVEMBER It 1959 Te Copy ThU Ptper Cooslitt Two HOME EDITION NO at Mercury in sharp skid A new arctic storm that swept out of Canada Mon dayhad most of the Rocky Mountains and Northern Great Plains in its grip Temperatures dropped as low as 37 degrees below zero Snow driven by winds upto 60 in parts of Kansas the and Montana Sunday reduced visibility to near zero in somelocalities Low temperatures included 37 below zero at Helena and 32 at in western Mon tana Billings in the east had 13 below Sheridan and Cody both in northern Wyoming hac 23 below zero Akron near One Man A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO 1300 WOI Atnei WTAD Qulncy 930 Tburg WSUL lowm City tt5 Our growing water problem TF FOOD is mankinds greatest I believe it to be follows that water must be bracketed with it much or too little and its usual ly too the one principal reason about half of the worlds human beings go to bed hungry every night These are observati ons prompted by visits to some 60 countries in my career of travel No nation is wholly free from the problem but its a great deal more acute in some than in oth ers Theres the further fact that something is being done about it in some places whereas in others people are resigned to their lot High on the list of the coun tries which are doing something about the matter is the United States Our attack on the prob lem has taken a number of dif ferent forms dams irriga tion desalting of seawater and in recent years attempts at arti ficial rainmaking But great as our efforts have beeh still could take lessons from the Australians The peo ple down under have that if their island continent is ever to achieve global impor tance they must do something about the water problem with which they are plagued ROUGHLY SPEAKING ample moisture is restricted to a nar row band of about 200 acres around Australia The vast in terior is classifiable as either arid or semiarid Much of it wont even support sheep or other grazing livestock With an area about the size of United States without Alas ka Australia has a population only slightly in excess of 10 mil lion more than half of it in ur ban centers such as Sydney Melbourne and Brisbane The more optimistic Aussies believe that with a full utiliza tion of existent resources and a creation of moisture for that largely uninhabited interior their countrys population could be increased to 30 million or more prosperous citizens SOME RATHER FANTASTIC proposals have been advanced for turning inland Australia into a productive tract One calls for siphoning in an enor mous lake of seawater The the ory is that evaporation from this lake would be returned as rainfor the parched environs Meteorologists however find fault with this theory They dont think it would work out that way The rain and snow which fall on the upper Mis sissippi Valley come not from our lakes and rivers but from the Gulf of Mexico it is pointed out Another proposal even more implausible more highly regarded by realists than the inland made lake for transporting fresh water from nearby New Guinea by tunnel for use in irrigation New Guinea of course is one of the worlds wettest spots It has in surplus what Australia so des perately needs How to get the water from where it is to where its needed is the problem quite a problem BUT BEFORE we laugh off this last proposal wed better take a look at what has been done The flow of one river in tha MelbourneSydney corner of the continent has been reversed by cutting a 14mile tunnel through the Snowy Mountains A semiarid tract of land has CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 the Kansas line had two below MORNING temperatures stood at about 5 degrees above zero in northwest Jowa and were no expected to rise all day Read ings in the remainder of the state fell steadily from morning levels in the 20s Light to moderate snow was accompanying the high winds The outlook for Tuesday morn ing was for temperatures abou 15 below in the northwest tc 5 above elsewhere At Scottsbluff the tern perature dropped from a Sundav afternoon high of 64 to zero bj midnight The temperature in Denver fell 29 degrees in on hour Sunday night HELENA Montana capita that took the brunt of a recorc storm last midweek reportec a 20inch snow depth with abou six inches of new snow The new storm dropped two t six inches of new snow ove Montana but all main highway remained open Air travel wa halted but trains and buse managed to keep near schedule In western Montana author ties were looking for two miss ing hunters Fred Miller an Joe Kent of Hamilton Mont O ficers said they apparently b came lost Sunday while huntin with three other Snow i is 1416 inches deep V Plane falls into Gulf 42 killed NEW ORLEANS The wreckage of a Na tional Airlines plane with 42 persons aboard was found Monday in the Gulf of Mexico 108 miles eastsoutheast of New Orleans There were no signs of any survivors Nationals chief pilot Capt Charles H Ruby flew from Mi ami and found the wreckage It was sticking tail up in about 90 feet of water Coast Guard vessels were dispatched to the scene The plane disappeared on a flight from Miami to New The DC7B was carry ing 36 passengers and a sixman 4 murders touch off big manhunt GARDEN CITY Kan greatest manhunt in Kansas history was continuing Monday after four members of a re pected welltodo family were murdered NOW SEE HERE BOSS Secretary of Defense Neil McElroy appears to be givinghis boss President AP Photofax was on hand to meet his deputy at the Augusta Eisenhower the life but actually hes merely National Golf Club for a discussion of the 1960 mili emphasizing the punch line of a joke Eisenhower tary budget in swing to No heat in homes Town without power WORTHINGTON of They were to be used An explosion and Monday to supply power to nursing knocked out electric power to homes and other buildings most of southwestern Min The hospital station Kenneth J Benda 41 Hart wick banker withdrew his can didacy Monday for the Republi can Party nomination in the 4th Congressional District as the GOP tide swung toward John Mason City Snow flurries end ing and clearing Monday night much colder lows 510 below Fair and much colder Tuesday high near 10 Iowa Strong northerly winds gradually diminishing Mon day night snow flurries and blowing snow extreme north east clearing and much colder lows 15 below north west to 5 above southeast Fair Tuesday much colder central and east highs 1018 Further outlook Partly cloudy and not so cold Wed nesday Minnesota Light snow windy very cold Highs Tuesday 10 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Monday Maximum 26 Minimum 9 At 8 9 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Sunday Maximum Minimum SAME Bloomfield The Republicans will hold their district convention Tues day night at Chariton to pick their nominee in the Dec 15 special election A vacancy wascreated recently when Rep Steven Carter 44 Leon Demo crat died KYL 40YEAROLD merchant who lost to Carter in last years general election Monday was aledged 141votes on the first Ballot by 6 of the 14 counties Three other counties account ng for 73 votes took straw votes at their conventions last week and strongly favored Kyi al though the delegates will go to hariton uninstructed It takes 161 votes to nominate and Kyi supporters claim to have 255 on the first ballot IN WITHDRAWING his name Benda chairman of the Powe shiefc County delegation said I want to help Kyi in any way that I Two other candidates are in the race for the nomination They are Hugh Lundy Albia and P E Norris Centerville Both have theic county delega tions backing RITES HELD DUBUQUE ft Requiem high Mass was sung in the St Joseph Convent Chapel here M9nday for Sister Mary Jose phine BVM 69 third councilJor general of the Sisters of Charity nesotaTcommunityas a cold KWOA were functioning with 1 emergency ment The radio station was broadcasting emergency messages The citys power plant is tures to below A civil defense emergency was declared as officials feared that service could not be restored for Y to 24 hours municipallyowned and cannot The failure knocked out fur naces ranges and other facifi be hooked into any other sys tem serving the area ties which operated by Two men were slightly electricity Resident of unheated homes took refuge in downtown build ings which are heated by sream from the municipal power system Eight emergency generators burned when the explosion and fire manhole knocked out the main line which feeds electricity into the distribu tion system Only two small sections of the city were not affected by Volcano spitting crew An airlines spokesman said last radio contact came when the plane was in the vicinity of Chandeleur Island 45 miles dug south of Biloxi Miss COAST GUARD patrol boats seaplanes and helicopters had trouble getting from shore because of a low visibility ceil ing along most of the coast about dawn But the weather started clearing At first the search was Fiveweek study opened on revising tax rates WASH I N G T 0 N UPI concern about broadening the nncn TiitfiTit ii a wauciiiiit in House tax writers Monday tax base to cause a delav i n J in a detailed study of action on revising tax rates how to bring more income un He estimated that a thorough ft reform of the tax rate struc ture could boost net personal dcr federal taxes and quickly heard a plea for revising tax rates In five weeks of hearings the House Ways and Means Committee will explore ways of wiping out some of the pres ent loopholes and tax breaks and thus possibly pave the way for reducing taxes But John C Davidson of the National Association of Man ufacturers warned the com mittee against allowing its income by at least 40 billion dollars a year within eight years because it would stimu late economic growth The committees goal is to pinpoint loopholes and special tax breaks which should be eliminated thus permitting a cut in income tax rales with out sacrificing any govern ment revenue were being rushed to the city the failure Americans among 8 new cardinals VATICAN CITY tf Pope John XXIII Monday named eigh new cardinals of Catholic Church They includec two Americans Archbishops Albert Gregory Meyer Chicago and Aloysius J Muench Fargo N D The Popes action increased the College of Cardinals to 79 members its largest size in the history of the church The elevation of Archbishop Meyer 56 had been expected since he succeeded the late Samuel Cardinal Stritch as arch bishop of Chicago just a year ago His archdiocese is the larg est in the United States having nearly two million members Both the new American cardi nals are Milwaukee Archbishop Muench 70 has been representing the Vatican as papal nuncio to Germany since World War II but has retained his post as head of the North Dakota archdiocese The eight new princes of the church will be elevated to their high office on Dec 14 in a con sistory in the Vaticans Consis torial Hall Those named with the two Americans were Joseph Heard British dean of the Holy Roman Rota Tribunal Agostino Bea were evacuated when firejGerman Jesuit who was confes broke out in the recreation room of Mercy Hospital here Sunday The children were above the irstfloor room which was bad ly damaged Fire Chief J D Clarke said the fire was started by an ex plosion in machine in the room No one was injured in the blaze The fire depart On f he inside 4 Clear Lake Society 1112 Comics Mason City H15 Latest Markets 17 North Iowa 22 HONOLULU Kil auea volcano belched streams of searing hot lava and sent a gray pall of thick smoke high into the sky Monday as the erup tion continued for a third day The volcanos Kilau ea Iki crater showed little sign of abating its fiery temper Two waterfalls of liquid redorange in from a 300yard rift in the crat ers inner south wall into its pit some 300 to 500 feet below Kilauea Little Kilauea the southeast side of Ha waii Island some 200 miles southeast of Honolulu began erupting Saturday night White hot rocks were blasted up to 100 feet in the air before they tumb led into the milelong milewide crater Thousands of spectators clogged roads leading to the vol cano tying up traffic for miles Herbert Clutter 48 his wife tered around Chandeleur Island Bonnie 45 their daughter But Coast Guard later ex Nancy Mae 16 and son Kentended it from the 150 yon 15 were bound hand and miles into the Gulf from Biloxi oot and gagged All were shot eastward to Pensacola Fla n the head Clutters throat was Coast Guard helicopters sight slashed ed several bodies floating amid 1L widely scattered wreckage NOTHING IN the house was Those aboard included Jack m disarray No valuables apAtkinson Federal Aviation Ad peared to be missing Money ministration inspector making wmcn Nancy had placed m anL routine check run He was envelope for church lay on her listed as a member the crew bedroom dresser beside a dia mond ring AN AIRLINE official said The coroner Dr Kobert FenHne just dropped off a ton said Mrs Clutter and radar screen that had been Nancy apparently were not mopacking it The plane disap ested sexually He placed the peared near the same spot time of death between 11 where National last Saturdayand 2 aim Sunday fatal accident almost seven TKe Clutters gave aride each af Kited persons Sunday to two of Nancys school Whe last from the Pro mates The girls Mary Ewaltferlnven airllner was at 14 and Susan Kidwell stumbled on he killings when they were when it became apparent tha MUENCH MEYER 7 fiee hospital fire at Oelwein OELWEIN Seven chil sor of the late Pope Pius XU Arcadio Larraona Spanish sec retary of the Vaticans Congre gallon of the Religious and jthree Italians Archbishop Gus lava Testa 73 apostolic nuncio to Switzerland Arjhbishop Pao lo Marella 64 apostolic nuncio to France and Francesco Mora no 87 secretary of the Ecclesi aslical Tribunal The naming of Archbishops Meyer and Muench brings the total number of American Card inals tc six highest in the churchs history The others ar Francis Spellman of New York James F Mclntyre of Los Anj geles Richard 1 Gushing of Boston and John F OHara of Philadelphia driven to the Clutter home CLUTTER WAS a founder of he Kansas Assn of Wheat Growers He was a past presi dent of the National Wheat Growers president of thei Garden City Equity Exchange director of the Consumers President Eisen lower appointed him in 1954 to the Federal Farm Credit Board Ilutter declined reappointment two years later The family apparently had seen ready to retire when they were attacked All except Ken yon were in pajamas The boy wore blue jeans and a white T shirt The bodies of Mrs Clutter and Nancy were in separate 000 feet Fog had blown in to cover up Molsant InternationalAirport af New Orleans The thick blanket also extended out over the gulf and covered the water where the airliner came down Clear Lake boy hurt in crash GARNER Larry Snow 18 son of Mr and Mrs Gene Snow Clear Lake was in good condi tion at Mercy Hospital in Ma son City recovering from injur ies received in a twocar acci dent about four miles south of here The accident occurred at about 2 Monday Snow received a broken left bnow received a DroKen lert bedrooms Clu ter and KenyonI dispiaced hip and multi urerp found in fhp haspmpnf were found in the basement GOOD BEHAVIOR KIT MUSKEGON Mich UPI The Post Office reported Mon day it had come across a letter addressed to Santa Claus which Kilauea Iki one of seven eraread Dear Santa please send urrounding farm areas Minor quatces continued to umble through the volcano ers that make up Kilauea vol cano last erupted in 1868 me a good behavior kit at U H ple cuts and bruises HEARINGS SET WASHINGTON UPI A House small business subcom mittee will hold hearings here Dec 911 on practices by gaso line wholesalers and retailers in buying and selling auto tires batteries and accessories OFF TO SHOE STORE BradSon a Inside the family car yet Kittys father pony owned by Kitty Armentroute Hav took out the rear seat and the animal risburg normally gives rides but created quite a spectacle as he headed when he needs shoes hes taken for one for the smithys
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