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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 20, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the HOME EDITION VOL 98 Associated MM UaiUd The Newspaper That Makes AII N orth I owans Neig h bors run LOW WUM MASON CITY IOWA NOVEMBER 20 7e Copy iThU Paper COMUU Two sectionsSection on No M Morsea liability Democrats now not so happy he bolted the GOP By EARL MAZO New York Herald Tribune News Service EUGENE warning four years ago from Edward C Sammons president of the United States Bank in Portland is much in the minds of some Oregon Democratic leaders these days Sammons chief money man for Sen Wayne Morses cam paigns when the Senator was a Republican sounded off while the Democrats were joyfully celebrating the Morses political conversion You will rue the he predicted Morse will destroy the Democratic Party just as he ruined the The Democrats chuckled and called the solemn banker a sore head and a poor Now they refer to him as a prophet ALSO THEY ADMIT private ly to the wish that they could give the wildswinging Senator back to the Republicans And while they would like to keep as Democrats the hard core of Morse supporters many feel that to be shed of the Senators disruptive nonsense might be worth even the sacrifice of his devotees The big trouble started a year or so ago when Morse began to indicate his determination to crush the reelection chances of his tic and one time protege Sen Richard Neu berger There was a lull in that squabble during a peri od when Neu bergcr was seriously i 11 But now that he is better SAINT CECELIA by Cavallino LOT WITH HIS DAUGHTERS by Gele MADONNA WITH SAINTS by Raphaello MORSE Morse has revived it with the kind of vigor and cunning that is baffling and frightening to the party faithful Wayne is mad because Dick wouldnt be his said a prominent Republican who is mentioned as Neubergers op ponent next who prob ably wont take the risk BUT NEUBERGERS reelec tion aside the controversy has been rubbing raw nerves in the party just as it was on the verge of achieving effective po litical domination in the state And on top of that a belief that Morse will try to take over the Oregon presidential primary next May has the party in a dither As is customary in this pre declaration season forcandi dates the Senator has said he will run for president in the Or egon Democratic primary if he decides he could best serve the people by taking the issues before them Meanwhile the Senator has been leveling sizzling attacks against Sen John F Kennedy and Hubert H Humphrey the two nationally serious contend ers for the Democratic nomina tion who figured to make the Oregon primary a major testing ground NO ONE TAKES Sen Morses possible candidacy for President seriously But it is certain that even if Sen Morse did not win his home state primary he would take enough votes from serious contenders to fuzz up the result making it meaningless and the primary itself a nation al joke There is the strong possibility that he might win the Oregon primary If Morse carried the primary he would control the state delegation at the Demo cratic national convention to the extent that its members would be pledged not only to vote but also to work diligently to get him the presidential nomina tion Many Republicans in this state think that is exactly what the Democrats deserve Teacher backed in slap case NEVADA district judge here feels a teacher has the same right as a parent when it comes to disciplining an ornery youngster District Judge S E Prall said corporal punishment of students by teachers is a proper disci plinary measure if it is reason able in I think it is time that we settle down and recognize thai we as adults must have disci pline we must discipline our selves and these kids must be taught some means of disci Prall said THE JUDGE made the state ments in directing a verdict in favor teacher Marius Kole Nevada charged by a Nevada family forf slapping their son in class was useforce to maintain law andj order and discipline in the class which was typified by the students themselves as the orneriest class in The teacher in this x a s e would stand in the same posi tion as a parent would and would have the same right to correct a student in a reason able manner for violation of the rules or for disturbing the Prall said HE SAID JUDGES are given a lot of authority in maintain ing order in their courtrooms I maintain we are going to have to get back to a little more discipline in order to properly run our schools and give our kids the education they are entitled Prall said He added If we had more discipline in the schools we would not have such a situation as we now have in New York Worth up to million Rift over rare prints BEVERLY HILLS Calif A Chicago art appraiser Friday hailed a set of paintings dug out from under an immigrants bed and a closet as the greatest art find of the He said theyre worth 8 to 10 million dol lars Some art authorities werent so sure They said theyd like to see the works for themselves Alexander ZlaloffMirsky art appraiser and restorer who has lis declared 10 of the dozen paintings are master pieces from the Italian Renais sance One of them he identified as the Madellena by Michelange lo de Caravaggio and valued at more than million EVEN AS announcement of the discovery came in filmland attorney Jerry Gieslers office tossed to death out window rift developed between the wners and their agent Alfonso Folio 40 a television epairman and his sister Maria Folio Hataburda of Pasadena aid they were greatly disap riend who developed into their gent had made the matter pub lic M r s Hataburdas husband Chester said they dont know now whether the pictures will be Margie flimsy nightgown in flames tossed her 3monthsold baby to his death Friday from the second floor of an apartment house engulfed by fire Rescue workers thought the baby was just a doll But a fire man caught the mothers other child THE CHARRED body of L A Gray 48 was found in the gut ted 32apartment building Charles Harmon 17 and a serv ice station operator were credit ed with saving the lives of other tenants Harmon said he saw Mrs Sweeten 19 and her husband appear at the secondstory win dow with their children He said the father threw their 2year old son out first THEN SHE tried to toss Hie baby out of the Har with all those teenage We would not have these children here today sort of brag ging about being the orneriest class in he said mon said tripped or But she ki n d a stumbled and it NEW SHOCKS FELT BOZEMAN Mont shocks were ranged from strong to very weak jolted southwest Montana Thursday little more than three months after the earthquakes which claimed 28 lives in the Madison River Can yon Aluminum car plates in 1961 DES MOINES na tional steel strike situation will have a belated effect on Iowa motorists about a year from now Their 1961 auto license plates will be made of alum inum It will be the first time this metal has been used in this state Arrangements for mak ing the plates at Anamosa Re formatory have to be set a year in advance Iowa farm youth victim of blaze DENISON Stein kuehler 14 son of Mr and Mrs Victor Steinkuehler died early Friday In a fire that swept the familys farm home eight miles south of here Leonard was asleep in an upstairs bedroom when the fire broke out about 6 The parents and four other children escaped On the inside Editorials Page 4 North Iowa Features Mason City News 89 Latest Markets 10 1112 Society News 15 CubGazette 16 Comics 17 Clear Lake 18 North Iowa News 20 TV Schedule Pwilout Section didnt go the way she wanted thought it was a doll at first didnt know it was a Mrs Sweeten fell from the vindow as s h e tried to throw her child to safety She landed on her back A hospital spokes man said she was in satisfac tory condition Her husband climbed down a ladder to safety FOWL PLAY LONDON of next months National Poultry Show announced Friday that no poultry will be shown at the show because of current poultry diseases FOLLO AND SISTER More than 11 inches of rain fall at Miami MIAMI Fla which poured inches of water on Miami in 30 gusty hours Jet up Friday but maybe not for long The Weather Bureau pre dicted further showers Thursday there was a day long Numerous streets were flooded bumper deep and some were impassable Hundreds of cars drowned residents had to be evacuated although water lapped into many a front door Business in the uptown sec tion came to a virtual stand still and no sightseeing buses were seen hauling tourists who chose to spend the day in dry ness and comfort of their ho tels The heavy rains were con fined to southeast Florida Total rainfall for the year here rose to over the inches that fell all year in 1948 the previous wettest year of record offered for sale or exhibited Its all up in the air he said ZlaltoffMirsky said the mas terpieces were authenticated by Amadora Porcella cataiogist for ointed that Charles di Renzo a he Vatican and an expert on Another red ink budget now Ga A presi lential conference on spending plans wound up Thursday with irospects that this years Budget will dip into the red but hat the new one will be bal anced at around S81 billion Eightyone billions would set a peacetime record President Eisenhower and Maurice H Stans budget direc or spent more than two hours thumbing through all the non military items of the new budget for the 1961 fiscal year starting next July 1 Stans told newsmen after ward that the odds have swung against a balanced budget be cause of the steel strike In stead of the million surplus the administration foresaw not so long ago unofficial estimates now put the prospective deficit in the vicinity of million The way things look now spending is likely to go up from S79 billion this year to some where around S81 billion for fiscal 1961 The military budget probably will move up from just below to somewhat more than S41 billion Renaissance art Porcella spenl our months in Pasadena exam ning the works Foilo and Mrs Hataburda said IN ROME the director of the Vatican museums said Porcella was employed as a technician in the reorganization of the Vati can Art Galleries from 1933 tc 1934 or 1935 but according t available records was not in charge of cataloging or evaluat ing and did not hold a top job The director added that he hac iiad no official connection wit the Vatican for at least 24 years An official of gov ernment arts department sak Porcella is not on their list o firstrate and secondrate art ex perts although he may have be come a recognized authorit abroad WE HAVE ALWAYS know the paintings were worth some Mrs Hataburda said Of course we didnt know hov The paintings have bee handed down in the aristocrat Italian family for generation They were shipped into th United States in 1946 by the U Army among the personal e fects of Hataburda Giesler was hired to represen Di Renzo whose sister Mar Jane Russo is Gieslers privat secretary It was Di Renzo wh when shown the pictures ha them appraised Flier plummets 14i miles for chute record SAME HERE COME THE could Vie taken as streamlined Marine landing craft plow through the streets of Miami Beach during a Continu AP Photofax ing downpour It was a good opportunity to determine the seaworthiness of ones car as nearly 12 inches fell in a 30hour period Mason City Partly cloudy Fri day night and Saturday Lit tle temperature change until turning a little warmer Satur day Low Friday night mid 205 High Saturday near 40 owa Partly cloudy Friday night and Saturday Somewhat warmer Saturday Low Friday night mid 20s north to lower 30s extreme south High Sat urday upper 30s northeast to lower 50s southwest Outlook for cloudy with little temperature change Minnesota Continued mild Highs Saturday 3545 Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average near to slightly below normal Friday night through next Wednesday with no large daily changes After noon highs will be from the upper 30s in the north to the lower 40s in thesouth Over night lows will be from near 20 in the north to the mid 20s in the south Precipitation will average 10 to 15 of an inch as rain or snow about the first of next week GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Friday Carters wife in race Says shed accept bid CHARITON 10 an nounced candidates along witii the wife of the late congress man in the race 4th Congres sional District Democrats con vened Friday to nominate a candidate for the Dec 15 spe cial election The partys choice will op pose John Kyi 40 Bloomfield Republican in the special elec tion caHed to fill the vacancy created by the death of Rep Steven Carter Leon Democrat The districts 14 counties sent 301 delegates to the convention and the winning candidate needs 151 votes IT APPEARED certain many ballots would be necessary for the convention to make a choice Those who formally an nounced are state Sens Gene Hoffman West Grove C Ed win Gilmour Grinnell J B Mincks Ottumwa and Carroll iM c C u rdxy Oskaloosa Phil Horan state Rep Kenneth E Owen Centerville former state Rep Robert Con Maximum Minimum At 8 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 36 25 27 54 32 loss in downtown Indianola blaze INDIANOLA W Fire early Friday destroyed 3 stores in the business district here Firemen from Winterset and Bloomfield Township in Polk County aided Indianola firemen Jin battling the blaze which was ner Ottumwa Frank Karpan Albia Don C Salisbury New ton and Robert Hutte Osceola Carters widow Mrs Lucille Carter Leon said she would be privileged and honored to serve out the remainder of her late husbands term I havent aspired to any of fice in she said but if the Democrats nomi nate me I feel I would be able to represent all the people I am familiar with all the work and worked alongside my hus jand on the problems of the district day by PREVIOUSLY THERE was move to draft party Chairman Donald Duke Norberg AMa at the district convention Norberg who has said he is not a candidate added he would not consent to being a draft choice although he would be the convention keynote speaker At least three counties sent instructed delegations Appanoose County agreed on the first ballot to cast its 22 votes for Owen who is county chairman Karpan 39 Monroe County attorney was endorsed by the Monroe convention and was as sured of at least 15 ballots on the first ballot Karpans candi dacy reportedly was picking up strength in other counties And Hoffman was endorsed by the Davis County delegation WASHINGTON Air Force officer has parachuted rom a record altitude of eet over the New Mexico des ert The Previous record was feet Capt Joseph W Kittinger 31 Tampa made the jump rom a balloon gondola last Monday as a part of tests aimed at bringing men back safely after bailout in the stratosphere The Air Force said Friday a physical examination showed hat Kittinger was in perfect condition after the historic descent of almost miles It took him three minutes to descend to the desert fioor in southern New Mexico He leaped rom an altitude where the tem perature was 104 degrees below zero His parachute an enormous 28foot affair opened automati cally at feet and carried lim safely to earth Bulletin VANDERBILT AIR FORCE BASE Calif OP Americas eighth Discoverer satellite rocket roared skyward Friday in quest of a longsought ma jor breakthrough in space ex of an ob ject from orbit Prime mission of 78foot Discoverer VIII is to kick out a 300pound nose cone capsule so it can caught in the air or plucked from the discovered about The fire apparently started in he Barnett Furniture Store and prcad to the nearby Gamble tore and Case Furniture Store Six families living in upstairs partments got out safely The damage was estimated at bout Iowa woman burns to death at home MOUNT PLEASANT Glenn Dunlevy 65 burned to death early Friday in a fire that gutted her home here Mrs Dunlevy had been living in the house alone since her husband was hospitalized in Iowa City Her body was found in the front room and authorities said she apparently had tried to es cape from the burning house h e National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception was dedicated Fri day on the grounds of Cath olic University at Washing ton Its the largest Catholic church in this country and seventh largest in the world The bell tower measures 329 feet in height Pews for fill little more than half the huge interior the rest being taken up with the sanctuary and AP Photofax   

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