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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 24, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                f North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edittd for ttw ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The Newspaper That Makes All North I o wans Neighbors7 HOME EDITION VOL M Aisoeiated Frew end United International Full Wirei MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY NOVEMBER 24 7e Copy TWi Paper Consltti tt SeetloB 3 Hit car in rain The nest 8 nstnct n women They work like crazy when the storks overhead By MARILYN MERCER New York Herald Tribunt News Service NEW YORK The woman who in the late stages of pregnancy has a sudden urge to repaper the dining room is apt to be restrained by a horri fied husband He may as well let her go ahead Not only will the walls get papered but shes acting on a perfectly normal and healthy instinct And her atti tude toward pregnancy is far better than that of the girl who simply curls up on a chaise lounge for nine months A group of young mothers recently were discussing what called the nesting in ONE REASON I like having a said one is because it gets my house The rest agreed that pregnancy seemed to bring out a compul sion to set things in order A few were inspired to just rout ing tidying others recalled per forming monumental tasks One remebered painting the hall and living room in two days two coals and teetering on a high step ladder in her eighth month I remember starting to can everything I could lay my hands on just before I went to the hos said another And Id never even made jelly in my I SHAH AND WIFETOBE Irans Shah Mahammed Pahlevi 40 and his AP Photofax his first two wives because they did fiancee Farah Diba 22 meet photo not bear him a son Only males can in graphers at Tehran after announcing they will marry Dec 21 The Shah shed One had washed her hair ing every day for two weeks before the birth of a child Her friend a selfproclaimed non reader tore through War and Peace and The Brothers Kar Not to influence the child or anything I just felt this was something that I should get AN INTERESTED obstetri cian confirmed their observa tion that pregnancy often im pels women to take on major projects And he agreed that the definition nesting instinct was an accurate one Women have the urge to prepare a nest Valky for their offspring just as ani mals he observed For the herculean tasks he said theres a physical basis About the third or fourth month a pregnant woman experiences a great feeling of wellbeing From this comes the compulsive energy The thyroid gland instorm broke creases its activity by 10 to 15 per cent The heart output is faster Capacity of the lungs in creases Blood volume in creases The whole body is working at a faster The psychological implica tions are more complex In most said the doctor its simply the need to have everything in readiness for the child HOWEVER SOME women especially with their first baby have all sorts of irrational fears They may work compulsively to put the impending event out of their minds One mother had said jokingly I straighten everything up be cause I may never come back and I dont want any one to find my bureau drawers She wasnt said the doctor Some young mothers subconsciously fear that they will die They want to leave everything in perfect Those impelled by fear are in the minority however the doc tor added By and large th woman with the nesting instinct is the woman with the righ instinct And the work cant hurt her Of course the woman wh hasnt moved pianos befor shouldnt start when she pregnant but almost anythin else BARN DESTROYED BOONE apparentl started by a heat lamp de stroyed a barn and 145 pigs o the Ernest Behn farm two mile south of here Monday nigh Total damage was eslimaled a Floods remain in West SEATTLE Wash teams Tuesday continued evac uating persons stranded bj flood waters in northwest Wash ington Thousands of acres of low lands were under water bu there were indications some riv ers were gradually receding The Snoqualmie River whic had peaked Monday at 13 feet dropped to feet Tuesday THE GREEN RIVER was stil on the rise however and th valley towns of Kent and Au burn south of here were sti hard hit Sheriffs officers an coastguardsmen were kept bus throughout the night answerin herit Irans throne She is fresh out of college GM gets steel again SHAHS first two wives of the Shah of Iran were Princess Fawzia of Egypt left and Soraya Es fandiary The Shahs parting with Soraya was tearful and it took him two years to for dies P H Bock 74 tossed 84 feet Missing from nursing home Phillip H Bock 74 walking in the rain on a dark highway was hit by a car and killed Mon day evening in southwest Ma son City Bock had been missing since from the northwest Mason City nursing home at which he lived He was killed just before 6 near the North Iowa CoOperative Processing Assn plant on Highway 106 The car which hit Bock was driven east by William Edward Rheingans 32 2242 20th who was accompanied by his wife and three small children RHEINGANS TOLD police that he did not see Bock in the rain and darkness until the el derly man was right in front of the car on the paving Bock was in the eastbound traffic lane near the center of the pave ment There are no street lights in the immediate area Rheingans estimated that he was driving only about 35 miles an hour The speed limit is 45 miles an hour Rheingans slammed on his rakes he told police but could not avoid striking Bock Bocks body was thrown and came to rest 84 feet east of the point where he had been hit Dr J E Christopherson POINT OF IMPACTVMason City po liceman Rudolph V Alman holds a flare at the point on Highway 106 where Phillip Bock was hit by a car and killed The auto on the shoulder of the road right was the one involved Its driver was William E Rheingana 2242 20th Bocks body is hidden by officers and spectators background beyond It was 84 feet east of the point of impact The camera is pointed east 9 perish when cargo plane rams dwellings CHICAGO cargo returning to Midway Airport due to warning plowed nto a house in rainy darkness just before dawn Tuesday and drenched with flaming airplane fuel The plane from New York and Philadelphia crashed three blocks from the southeast cor sprayed a sleeping neighbormer of the nations busiest air Mr Winter in return Wintry weather took another swipe at Iowa Tuesday with calls for aid in the Green Riveribrisk northwesterly winds light snow and colder temperatures An Ellensburg motori Scattered light showers or ist was missing and it was be lieved he may have become the second fatality of the areas worst flood in 26 years A wom an motorist was killed in a mountain pass cartruck acci dent Sunday night the night the tors its automotive as sembly lines shut since Nov 11 by a steel shortage will beginj passenger car assembly again early next month John F Gordon GM presi dent said assembly plants to start up 13 days hence are Cad illac at DetroitCorvair at Wil low Run and Chevrolet at Janesville Norwood Ohio and Flint Mich ENOUGH COMPONENTS will be available to operate those plants four days during that week the company said Gordon said all other GM car and truck divisions and the bal ance of Chevrolet will resume operations Dec 14 on a five snow flurries which fell in parts day week basis of the state Monday night changed to general light snow Tuesday The heaviest precipitation re ported was 20 of an inch at Dubuque Davenport had 16 Waterloo 15 DCS Moines 12 and The State Patrol said the missjCedar Rapids and Mason City man was George Schaake each 06 of an Incn Other GM divisions supplying parts and accessories also are county coroner said death was caused by a skull fracture There were other injuries also including THERE WAS MINOR dam age to the front of the car Bock was allowed to leave the nursing home at times and had been out after lunch Mon day with permission He re urned but then left for the last ime about 2 without per mission wearing only house slippers and fairly light cloth ng It was believed he was go ng downtown to buy tobacco Police had been looking for Bock from the time the nursing made an official report hat he was missing That was at At the time of the accident Bock was three miles or so from tiis nursing home residence He was walking east on the high way toward the city at that time A FEW MINUTES after po hood with fiery death I port a square network of run Killed were the crew of threeways and terminal buildings on aboard the Trans World AirChicagos Southwest Side Constellation and at least six recalling employes and the com pany said recalls will increase during the next two weeks GM HAS as many as of its hourly rated employes idled as a resul The Weather Mason City Mostly cloudy with 11 the a woman resident f one of the damaged houses aid b u t somehow this one sounded different Suddenly the entire house shook and L could icar glass flying Flights from all points of the compass use Midway The rate of traffic is nearly a m o v e TWA IN NEW YORK said th plane had landed in Chicago discharged cargo and taken off again when a fire warning flashed on the instrument panel The pilot began circling to land again when the crash occurred occasional snow showers andTWA said northwesterly winds 2540J In a flash a string of houses miles an hour and colderjand apartment buildings near Tuesday night lows 1822 DeJ634d St and Cicero Ave burst creasing cloudiness and dijinto flame Firemen said 10 minishing winds Wednesday dwellings were set afire some a little from the plane fuel others from who to returned Light snow was reported fallof the steel shortage It had re Urn SeaUleSa Tuesday in DCS Moines Otcalled approximately by ualmie pass Sunday night A recked car registered to chaake was found amid mud nd debris The car was empty THERE STILL WAS no imme iate relief in sight despite the owering of some rivers The amage to rich farmlands and omes was expected to run into millions of dollars tumwa Waterloo Council Bluffs Mason City and Sioux City as temperatures ranged around the freezing mark The Highway Patrol said some highways in the Mason City Allison West Union and Marengo areas already were slippery in many places The Weather Bureau forecasts warmer weather for northwest Hundreds of persons Wednesday een rescued by helicopter powi rboats and amphibious craft Fany left o abandon homes and livestock Although only showers hit the Monday civil defense uthoritics reported heavy rains n the Stampede Pass area of he Cascades The Weather Jureau said it lost communica ions with its Stajnpede station ate in the day In Snoqualmie Pass where a 300foot section of the states main eastwest route was taken out by a slide steady rain fell the end of last week and an ad ditional are expected to be returned to their jobs by the end of this week Ford which makes about half its steel is operating full weeks again aftera few curtailed work weeks American Motors Chrysler and StudebakerPack ard have not been affected greatly thus far by the steel shortage SAME IOWA SAFETY DEPARTMENT FIGURES means traffic death in past 24 hours Cleanup near at Las Vegas LAS VEGAS Nev son Eddy singing Shortnin1 Bread instead oE Candy Barr stripping to the strains of A Pretty Giri is Like a and a nearly nude chorus line ordered back into costumes Thats a result of an official campaign to improve the moral tone of gambling ca sinos in this desert resort Both steps were taken Mon day at one hotel Another is fighting the county commis sioners demand that it fire its impersona tor T C Jones The commissioners included Jones with Miss oarr and bare bosoms in what they termed unsuitable enterta i n m e n t Jones is appearing at the New Frontier Hotel show producer Bill Miller said How can I fire him Whats he guilty of Hes a great entertainer and has appeared at a lot of the countrys top Owner Beldon Katleman of the El Rancho Vegas original ly had refused to fire Miss Barr after authorities pointed out that she is appealing a 15 year prison sentence in Texas for possession of narcotics Her appeal bond was va cated while she was dancing at the hotel and she was jailed until it was reinstated She is an exgirl friend of Mickey Co hen onetime mobster Los Angeles lice received the accident re port a driver from Thornton Richard Dorenkamp called the police stationto report he saw a man walking in the middle of the Highway 106 roadway a short time earlier Police be lieve that man was Bock just before his death Dorenkamp had seen him in about the same location as the accident Police found no reason to hold Rheingans His car windshield ipers and brakes were in good irorking order Bocks death is the second uto fatality inside the Mason City limits this year Richard Rickey Olson 5 the son of can Olson died in July after e was struck by a car when ic ran into the street between parked autos in front of 10 N rederal Phillip Henry Bock was born 1 1885 near Klemme in Hancock County He was a re ired farmer and for the last ive years had made his home in Mason City He was married to Anna ashen Nov 5 1921 in Califor nia Pa Surviving are four ons Lawrence Klemme Carol Aurora Roger Waterloo and Willis Los Angeles and nine grandchildren He was pre ceded in death by his wife in 1953 and by a son Funeral arrangements are in complete The PattersonJames Chapel is in charge Collegian dies in Oskaloosa crash generally fair and warmer highs 3237 cloudy southwest mostly cloudy with occasional snow flurries northeast Tues day night colder lows 18 northeast to 25 southwest Gen erally fair and a little warmer Wednesday highs 3237 north east 3742 southwest Further cloudy Thurs day Minnesota Clearing colder Highs Wednesday 2030 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Tuesday I flames from those sprayed with gas It seemed like the end of the residents of the neighborhood said They come over the house Maximum Minimum Precipitation 37 29 06 On ffie inside Editorials 4 Society News North Iowa News Sports Clear Lake Mason City News Farm News Latest ment inor out every minute of the day and night THOMAS FRACASSI 31 oe cupant of a house hit by the plane said the aircraft caved the roof into a bedroom Two of his three children were hurt Fracassi h i s wife Geraldine 29 and their third child werb unhurt The Fracassi home burst into flame Fire enveloped a six apartment threestory building behind his house A clock in a nearby grocery was stopped Its hands indi cated The three dead crew mem bers were identified by TWA as C W Hetwig pilot D E Wa ters copilot and A L Auge flight engineer all based at Los Angeles The 116feetlong fourengine Constellation was running be hind schedule It left New York with a 6576pound cargo includ ing an aircraft engine and other freight 99 pounds of mail and 106 pounds of express OSKALOQSA C h a r 1 e s Mann 18 William Penn College student from Malcom was fatal ly injured Monday night in an auto accident near here Au thorities said Mann was alone in a which failed to make a T intersection on a county road THIS ONE HAS SAFE commercial airliner comes in for a nor mal landing at Chicagos Midway Air port winging over the scene where a AP Photofax TransWorld cargoliner earlier had smashed into a residential area Fire men are shown still working over smouldering debris   

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