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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 14, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Homt CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION VOL 91 The Newspaper That Makes All North lowons Neighbors Associated nd United Prcu latenuHMUl FuH Wire MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY DECEMBER 14 Copy Paper Consists of Two NATO opens 9day talks PARIS W Nine days of brisk diplomatic ex changes opened here Monday as the West sought to bolster its military alliance and prepare for summit talks with Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev U S Secretary of State Christian A Herterand Maurice Couvede Murville Frances foreign minister held a morning expected to set the tone or the conference of the NATO oreign ministers starting Tues ay A frigid atmosphere surround d the talks of the French and American diplomats Long standing disagreements were emphasized last week with the disclosure of remarks by Gen Vathan Twining chairman of he Joint Chiefs of Staff One Man A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLU 13001 Sunday W01 610 ractdaj WTAD Qulncy Than TSUI City 910 Sal School costs on the rise WHO THINK maybe the cost of education at ail levels has hit its peak will find no comfort in a report by the Educational Policies Commis sion of the National Education Association of the United States and the American Association of School Administrators If you read to the last line of the report and its appendix you cant escape the conclusion that if our country meets the chal lenge of our time the financia outlay for schools and colleges ten years from now will be a least double the present figure Here it should be pointed ou that this report isnt the vork of any band of dreamers I was produced by a group of highly respected educationa authorities headed by Iowa own University of Iowa presi dent Virgil M Hancher Doc tor James B Conant of Harvar and Wilbur Schramm know to lowans as former journalism director were mem bcrs of the distinguished com mission THE KEYNOTE for the rt port is established on the open ing page through a reproduc tion of the famous Northwest Ordinance of 1787 Religion morality and knowledge being necessary to good government and the hap piness of mankind schools and the means of education shall forever be Although controversy over education has been a continuing feature of the American public the report points out at no time has there seri ous challenge to the proposition that education must be pro The great it is added have dealt with the kinds of education to be pro vided for whom and by Our system of universally available 12year public educa tion with ever widening op portunities before and beyond this 12year was forged from this continuing debate ac cording to the report THIS LED into a recollection that the American tradition has been for locally controlled and locally operated public schools on the assumption that such schools which communities provide for themselves will be adequate for the Then followed an important But today the national need for high quality in public cdu cation has become more urgcn than ever before Americas success in fulfilling her new re sponsibilities of leadership may well determine the future o free peoples the report added most localities today are hard put to finance the school on which that success depends And in too many places unsolved financial problems mean inade quate education This is tragedy for the undereducated a menace to the society and an incognuity in the worlds rich est MUCH OF THE REPORT i given over to an assessment o the financial base upon whic American public schools ar presently operated and a con sideration of whether the f nancing system which ha served in the past will suffic when the cost of education ha doubled in the decade or doze years ahead The ability of the America CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 TWINING MEETING with ther military chiefs of the Jorth Atlantic Treaty Organi zation deplored the delay by nost West European members of NATO in accepting U S atomic weapons and stockpiles and in integrating their air brces into defense structure He made clear the United States feels France is he major offender officials predicted Herter would pursue the line Twining aid down THE Secretary of State welcomed recent relaxation in world tension on his arrival but warned It remains to be een whether the Soviet Union is prepared to negotiate seri ously to reach equitable settle ments of major issues It would 3e a grave error to base our plans for the future on a more optimistic appraisal than is war ranted by the On the economic front UnderSecretary of State Doug las Dillon wound up five days of economic talks in London Brus Bonn and Paris He was pictured as certain that a trade war can be avoided between Europes rival blocs Noisy Ike flown to Greece ATHENS Greece President Eisenhower ar rived in Athens Monday for another mammoth wel come which expressed thanks for more than 12 years of American aid to this tough little ally alongside the Iron Curtain The Presidents big orange and silver jet landed ata sea side airport after a sixhour stop in Iran that marked the half way point in his goodwill tour King Paul I of Greece was at Ellinikon the Athens airport to greet Eisenhower as he flew in from Tehran Crown Prince Constantine and Premier Constantine Karamanlis also welcomed President the first Ameri can chief executive to visit this ancient country Thousands of Greeks turned out to make the welcome an other memorable occasion for the President School children ot a holiday and many work ers were given time off Prime Minister Karamanlis had urged his people to greet Eisenhower RAIN Mason City Partly cloudy lit tle colder Monday night Lows middle 20s Tuesday mostly cloudy cooler Highs middle 30s owa Mostly cloudy Monday night and Tuesday Occasion al light rain in southeast por tion Monday night and near southern border Tuesday Cooier northwest Monday night Little cooler most of state Tuesday Lows Monday night 20s northwest 30s south east Highs Tuesday 30s north WILSON PLANT CLEANUP STARTS Two wom en nonunion workers are among some 300 permitted to enter Wilson plant at Albert Lea to process at Wilson plant LEA Minn Some 300 nonunion workers filed into the strikestilted Wilson Co plant here Monday under Na tional Guard protection as the company began temporary clean up operations to avoid spoilage of meat on hand There were no incidents as Guardsmen checked workers into the plant No pickets or sympathizers were in sight near the plant after an easing of tension Sunday Attorneys for Wilson were ready to seek an injunction in U S District Court in Minneapobs to force Gov Orville L Free man and the militia to release their hold on the struck plant Freeman announced earlier that Wilson and the United Packing AP Photofax meat left unfinished when the National Guard closed the premises last weak Troops remain on duty in the citv west to around southeast 40 extreme Fiveday Iowa Temperatures for the week will average 5 to 10 degrees above normal cooler Wednesday and Thurs day warmer Friday and Sat urday Average highs will range from 33 to 43 Average lows will be from IB to 26 Precipitation will occur most ly as rain during the middle of the week with averages of 25 of an inch possibly more in the east Minnesota Cloudy light rain or snow Continued quite mild Highs Tuesday in 30s GlobeGazette weather data up o 8 Monday Maximum 31 Minimum 28 Precipitation 04 of rain GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Sunday Maximum 31 Minimum 24 On the inside Editorials Page 4 Sociey News 789 Clear Lake News North Iowa News 14 Sports Mason City Newt 2021 22 Latest 27 house Workers of America had agreed to resume negotiations n the dispute The plant was serene in marked comparison with last Wednesday and Thursday when cars carrying nonunion workers were stoned spat upon and over turned by a crowd of nearly 000 demonstrators A cold and winddriven freez ng drizzle pelted the Guardsmen as they patrolled the area out side the Wilson gates A few of the cars checked through the gate bore signs of last weeks violent demonstra tions Some broken windows had been taped up and some cars had dents as a result of rock throwing incidents The Guard brought in a third company to reinforce the two mits activated early Friday fol owing the demonstrations Gov Freeman said Wilson President James Cooney and UPWA president Ralph Helstein lad agreed verbally on terms for reopening contract talks very following efforts by Dr Lloyd Peterson a local Pres byterian minister who repre s en ted a citizens committee seeking settlement of the dis pute The unions contract with Wil son expired Sept 1 and negotia 25 vehicles at Cedar Rapids CEDAR RAPIDS Seven persons were arrested Monday at the Wilson and Co meat packing plant after rock throw ing was reported when non unon workers went to work Police said the trouble began about 4 Two police cars were parked at the gate anc more were called when pickets began scab and olh er phrases at nonunion work ers police said As more strikers appeared police said rocks bricks and bottles thrown and dam age was done to about 25 cars and trucks Police put the num ber of pickets at between 300 and 500 More than workers are affected by the strike of the United Packinghouse Workers of America against the com pany Police said 939 CHEER FUND reviously reported Funior Chamber Carolcade 7 children Howard Fred Delahoyde Mary Wiser rflchael Patrick Mr Mrs W E Smith Mason City of Ahepa Brett Lichly The W H Club Athenian Club 3 killed on Iowa roads By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Three lowans died over the weekend of injuries received in Eyes of nation on Iowa vote DES MOINES UPI Po tical leaders will be looking ver the shoulders of the voters Tuesday for signs of a farm re olt in a special congressional lection in Iowas largely rural th District The Democrats have made the controversial policies of Agricul ure Secretary Ezra T Benson he prime target of the cam paign and the issue has been iven added fuel by reports that pressure is building up within Lhe Republican party to force Benson to resign THE POLITICAL i a ckpot question is not whether Benson will hurt the Republican cause with the enthusiasm imposed by the personality of our vis itor and the significance of his The President reviewed an honor guard which included whiteskirted Evzone guards men in blue and gold capes and the pointed tufted shoes of the Greek national army guards men traffic accidents Lester Eugene Sunday 42 L and Amanda Home Bank and Trust ifmnnah Larsen Mason City Unit Iowa State Policemens Association Western Bohemian Fraternal Association The days total Total to Sioux City was killed Sunday when the car in which he was riding struck a bridge and dropped into a creek three miles southwest of Mapleton The car was driven by the victims son Rodmand who suffered mi nor cuts and bruises Officers said the Sundays were on a hunt ing trip Janet Aitkins 19 Marengo vas killed Saturday when the car she was driving overturned on a road near Walford Kenneth Kapayou 50 Tama died in Iowa City Friday night of injuries received last Tuesday in atwocar crash near Tama A Dubuque priest the Rev Eugene C Monckton 32 was killed Saturday night near Lan caster when his car over turned on Highway 61 Father Monckton was en route to Mont fort where he was to say Mass Sunday morning when the accident occurred tions workers after Amount still needed SI daya left Cheer Fund total up by THE PRESIDENTS oule into Athens lay along a road fourlane highway beside ie blue waters of the Bay of Phaleron then past the temple of the Olympian Zeus and the great arch of Hadrian Thousands of U S flags and he blue and white banners Greece dotted the route flying in this heart of Americas farm belt It is a question of much he will hurt the GOP an whether the appeal of peace and a balanced budget can set Benson The Democratic candidate has pounded away at the contention that Benson has caused the financial ruining of the small Even the Republican candidate has had to make it clear he opposes The special election will pick a successor to the late Rep Steven V Carter who died Nov 4 just a year after becoming the first Democrat in history to be elected from the 14county district THE DEMOCRATIC candidate is State Sen C Edwin Gilmour 11 a political science professor at Grinnell College who made his first try at public office only a year ago John Kyi 40 a Bloomfield clothing merchant and radio and TV newscaster is the Republi can candidate Kyi Jost to Carter in 1958 by only votes out aetween pepper trees Welcome would give the Greek people an opportunity to repay moral obligation the situation quieted down when the seven were arrested for disturbing the stonings have broke off Oct 29 peace Similar been reported almost every time hours The strike as the nonunion work NTov 3 ers enter the plant SAME Chessman again loses in bid for rehearing FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON The Supreme Court Monday denied another hearing for Caryl Chessman The brief order means California is again free to carry out the oftendelayed execution of the so called Red Light Bandit of Los Angeles Chessman has dodged the gas chamber for more than 11 years through legal moves Chessman had been sched uled to die last October 23 but two days before that time the Supreme Court granted him a stay pending its action on Chessmans latest appeal It was the seventh time his execution date had been set and then postponed George T Davis San Fran cisco attorney for Chessman on Nov 2 filed the appeal acted on Monday It was the 13th legal move made in the high tribunal on behalf of Chessman 38 Davis told newsmen if the Supreme Court refused to hear the appeal he would plan legal steps HANKS to the sing ing of some 545 t e e n a g ers who took part in the cilywide Carol cade Sunday eve ning and to the thousands oL gen e r o u s contribu tions the Christ mas Cheer Fund is up almosl 5600 since the last report The Junior Chamber spon sored Carolcade brought in a olal of a new high for his great event which now has been held for the third time El vin Hendricks served as chair man and Wally Smeby as co chairman of the project OUR SINCEREST apprccia tion to the many who responded with their gifts as the story o Christmas was spread over thi city by song Eachyear the children at th Home contribute to th fund This years donation wa from 17 boys and girls t first grade girl when aske what she wanted to give said It was found she ha only 30 cents however and i was decided that she give cents of this amount much but I hope it will help the contributions coming We still have a long way to go j That is the spirit that keeps the gifts coming that will help imake the Christmas season a one for deserving fam ilis in our community Keep th contributions coming We still lave a long way to go Bring or send your gift to the lobeGazette offices Send it to CHRISTMAS CHEER Care GlobeGazette Mason City Iowa of almost ONE DONOR note to her gift appended th I know it isn and orange Eisenhower posters were plastered on hun dreds buildings Even the Communist line EDA party joined in It warm ly welcomed the President ig noring for the moment the role American aid played in crush ing the Communists during the Greek civil war in the late 1940s The Greek Eisenhowers Premier said one day visit to a great express our feelings of friendship and gratitude to the American peo ple who for over 12 years extended not only their political and moral support but also ma crial assistance for its rehabil tation EISENHOWER WILL spend the night at the royal palace along with his son and daugh erinlaw Maj John and Bar bara Eisenhower King Paul and Queen Frederika came in rom their country home at Ta toi to be hosts to the visitors The highlight of his brief stay will be an address to the Greek Parliament Tuesday The President will get his best look at the city Tuesday when a helicopter takes him to the cruiser DCS Moines anchored in Phaleron Bay The DCS Moines will carry Eisen hower to Tunis he next stop on his tour IN TEHRAN Eisenhower wax cheered by an estimated Iranians Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlevi said the Presi ANOTHER BIG MEETING Presi dent Eisenhower adds the Shah of Iran to his list of dignitaries he has visited on his 11nation tour of Europe and AP Photofai Asia Here he and the Shah pose before sitting down to talk over world prob lems 1   

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