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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 19, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                BE Thr Newspaper That Makes All 3 North No i g h b o r s AMoeUtcd tmj United FuH Lew Wire MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY DECEMBER W 7e Copy This Paper Two SecHonsSectltw HOME EDITION Reds hurt by Ikes receptions Turnouts show respected over world By MARGUERITE HlGlGINS York Herald Tribune News Service WASHINGTON The best proof that President Eisenhow er during his trip is indeed getting a lot of mileage out of a lot of mileage has been Mos cows reaction or rather lack of reaction For although the Communist parties in the lands traveled by Eisenhower have plainly been ordered to play it cautious and sometimes even cozy Moscow itself has shown signs of worry about the stunning impact of Eisenhower on the crowds in such places as New Delhi This has all implications of how very unneutral are the hearts of Asians he has encountered MOSCOWS WORRY it re flected in the fact that the SoT viet press has given only the briefest barest account of his Asian itinerary No Soviet citi zen as yet knows anything what of the frenzy homage and hope with which he has been greeted Instead minimal accounts buried on the inside pages of the Moscow press con fine themselves to the communi ques the arrivals and depar tures Ironically even the Commu nist Chinese have told their people more about the Presi dents odyssey than has been made known to the Russians It is true that while the Russians have been correct but cursory the Communist Chinese have been harsh and denunciatory But in the very process of their excited denunciations they have had to give the Presidents trip more publicity throughout Red China than it has been afforded in Soviet Russia The fact that Moscow in any event feels that its own pres tige is inversely affected by the Eisenhower personal triumph was also underlined by the speed of rumors here that Sov iet President Klementi Vorosh ilov the aging Bolshevik who sometimes tends to Russias ceremonial errands might can eel his own forthcoming trip to New Delhi scheduled for Jan 21 Would the Russians diplo mats asked themselves want to risk the inevitable comparisons between receptions accorded Voroshilov and Eisenhower THE VERY FACT that stand French told by President PARIS President Eisenhower Saturday urged French President Charles de Gaulle to give ground in his opposition to integrating Frances military forces with those of its Western allies This was confirmed by authoritative sources after Eisenhower and De Gaulle met for 55 minutes following the opening session oi a threeday Western summit meeting Eisenhower was reported to have supported Secretary of State Christian A Herter Herter earlier this week told the 15 nation NATO alliance ministerial meeting that an integrated European defense system TOYS FOR TOTS Members of the Mason City lo ment Duwayne Sieble secretarytreasurer cal union of the United Packinghouse Workers of of the Union Building and James Robinson America load toys for 350 children of union members on strike in CedarRapids They are left to right M Douglas McMannes president Dale Reckner depart chief plant steward Pat Gillis right is helping with the loading of the truck Truckload of toys dispatched this question is being asked in itself represents an interesting change of attitude For until President Eisenhow er reached New Delhi it had been fashionable in s d m e of Washingtons sophisticated dip lomatic circles to criticize the odyssey on the grounds that creating a climate of good will doesnt solve This is of course a variation of t h e theme that locomotion is no sub stitute for policy But in the case of Asia and particularly India this criticism was spurious Of course a climate of good will doesnt in itself solve any thing But a climate of bad will doesnt solve anything either and there is certainly no doubt in Washington now that the pro Ike demonstrations in New Delhi increased the feeling of solidarity and friendship be tween the governments and peo ples of India and the United States BECAUSE OF HER troubles with Red China India has been tending to accept the American thesis of strength through vig ilance and preparedness Ob servers here feel that the Eis enhower visit aided this tenden cy and made it more palatable for India to reverse its previous turn the other cheek attitude But as the last stages of Eis enhowers journey were setto begin Washingtons satisfac tions over the Asian part of the trip were more than balanced by worries over the rips and tears in the picture that greeted the President when he reached Paris for the Western summit For all through Europe and all through NATO the dominant sound these days is the unmis takable patter of dragging feet And the question is whether Europe is beginning to forget the lesson Asia is just learning that strength is a principal in gredient in keeping coexistence peaceful for children of strikers More than worth of toys from Mason City are going to ae distributed Sunday afternoon to 350 children of packinghouse workers on strike in Cedar Rapids The shipment from Local 38 of the United Packinghouse Workers of America will be onlj a fraction of the total for some youngsters Parents of the children have been on strike against the Wilson arid Co since Nov 3 LOCAL UNIONS throughou the state have assumed respon sibility for a happy Christina for the children Santa will ar rive for the youngsters at 2 Sunday in the Coliseum in Ceda Rapids The United Building Corp o Local 38 started Santas sleig on its way from Mason City wit an appropriation of Unio members added to this with do nations of toys to fill the hug truck which left here Saturda morning Children of the union members Mason Cit not for were gotten however in the concer or the Cedar Rapids youngsters The annual Christmas part was held here Saturday morn mg at the Palace Theater wit movies and treats for A bed room story Wife evens the score CHARLESTON W Va iff You cant make a woman tes tify against her husband but who can stop her from telling a policeman what she knows Petty Foster 29 called police contending her husband Benjamin had whipped Patrolmen R L Walters and George Morgan knocked on her door they said she appeared to have been roughed and invited them in Go in the bedroom she said Move The puzzled officers complied Now pull up the she ordered Walters and Morgan found sign sunk in the floor that cautioned speed limit 25 Pull up the said Mrs Foster Under the sign the officers found a cache of 13 halfgallon fruit jars filled with moonshine Foster appeared voluntarily at police headquarters on a charge of illegal possession of moonshine and gave bond of for court appearance Dec 31 Gangster delegates convicted the basis on which the United States keeps troops on the Con tinent De Gaulles reaction was not outlined Achieved however was agree ment on a date probably in late April and an agenda to pro pose to Russia for EastWest summit Geneva will be the proposed location of the con ference DESPITE THE differences a highly placed source said there has been a marked improve ment in the atmosphere of U French relations The informant said the Amer leans have convinced the French of Eisenhowers sincere support for be Gaulles program for ending the Algerian rebel lion The French still have ruf fled feelings because they had expected stronger U S support for their Algerian plan But they are beginning to play down the disagreements he said The change w a s in marked contrast with the situation only a few days ago when it was be ing said freely that Eisenhow ers stock never had stood so ow In France Earlier De Gaulle Eisenhow er British Prime Minister Har old Macmillan and West Ger man Chancellor JConrad Aden II Rocky all through traveling NEW YORK m Gov Nelson A Rockefeller has wound up his tour that took him into seven states He says he has done all the traveling He is go ing to do in researching his presidential possibilities 195 CHEER FUND GOAL PreviouslT reported Mason Cilr Hifh School Monroe Junior High School Mason City Junior students and faculty Brownie Troop No Troop 98 Roosevelt school Two Sims two Rosies Mason City Kiwanis Club Mr and Mrs George Hesley and family In memory of George Robert Platts Rockefeller Rockefeller On the inside Page 4 Church News 67 Society 8 Maroon and 9 Mason City News 1011 Sports 1314 Building 1617 Latest Markets 19 North Anamosa boy dies in auto accident WAUBEEK UPI Leon Thomas 18 near killed Friday night whehthe car inwhich he was riding went out of control near here Wau beck is a email community near Cedar Rapids Mason City Considerable cloudiness Saturday night lows 2024 Partly cloudy and slightly warmer Sunday highs 3640 Iowa Considerable cloudiness Saturday night lows 20 north to 28 south Partly cloudy and slightly warmer Sunday highs 3644 Further cloudy and mild Monday Minnesota Cloudy colder Highs Sunday 2030 GlobeGazette weather data up o 8 a m Saturday GABBER FINED MILLBURN N J ousewife was convicted of be ing disorderly Friday for failin o yield a telephone party lin o a doctor who wanted to mak an emergency call Mary C elinski was fined SAME IOWA SAFETY DEPARTMENT FIGURES Maximum Minimum At 8 a m EAR AGO Maximum Minimum 36 25 26 37 24 Handcuffed boy attends rites for his mother SIOUX CITY UPI Robert Sutler 14 his eyes red from rying attended funeral serv ces for his fostermother Satur ay in handcuffs and flanked by NEW YORK federal court jury Friday convicted 20 delegates to the 1957 Apalachin underworld convention of con spiracy to hide the real purpose of the conclave The conviction was hailed by Atty Gen William P Roger as a landmark in the govern ments fight against organized crime and THE VERDICT was returned by a jury of eight men and four women after 15 hours of deliberation to climax the 53day trial Some of the well dressed defendants slumped in their seats several sobbed One auer opened their summit meet ing in general agreement that called the trip told newsmen in Miami that the trip winds up all the factfinding Im going to do by The Gover nor has indicated that public opinion polls also will influence his decision as to whether he oppose Vice President Richard M Nixon for the Republican presidential nomination next year Im neither optimistic nor Rockefeller said vhen asked whether the trip had shed any light on his national jolitical possibilities He said ic wants to make up his mind before the New York Legislature meets Jan 5 Lake Rest Home Womens Auxiliary Local 306 From Mark and Scott A minister Jane John Five boys of Ref Sunday School Judith and Timothy Stone Thornton Federated Club Mrs Jcneva G Parker Mc tlre Iowa From a friend the Meservey Daughters of he Land 4H Club Boy Scout Troop 9 Hardlnr School Benevolent and Protective Order of fast Presidents Club of Wom ens Relief Corps The days total Total to date Amount over goal Giving left wo guards Butler who admitted killing moaned Judge in Italian Im inno Irving R Kaufman an EastWest summit session should be held THEIR TALKS ranged over hopes for unifying Germany anc the question of divided Berlin as well as EastWest negotia tions on nuclear disarmament The four leaders took up the drafting of specific negotiating proposals to be laid before Sov iet Premier Nikita Khrushchev at an EastWest summit meet ing next year In their meeting in De Gaulles office Eisenhower and the French President also took up Algeria another sore point in relations between the two coun tries The iis mother Ann Butler 55 be ause she kept picking at at in the front row at Sacred Icart Church with a deputy on ach side His father sobbing softly sat several rows away Neither exchanged any words The youth who saidhe pumped eight 22 rifle slugs into his mothers body Wednesday night maintained his composure commended the jury for its in telligent He set Jan 14 for sentencing Each of the convicted men could get up to five years in prison and a 000 fine The defendants had explained the meeting of more than 60 un derworldfigures Nov 14 1957 at the Apalachin N hillside estate of the late Joseph Bar bara as a visit to a sick friend or a social affair Some said they were because they had auto trouble nearby main issue between the two leaders however is the French attitude within the NATO alliance De Gaulle op poses the incorporation of French forces in NATO He received a warm welcome in Florida although GOP lead ers there overwhelmingly favor Nixon verdict to railroadman ANOKA Minn dis trict court Friday returned a record verdict of for a former employe of the Great Northern Railroad paralyzed by an explosion last summer The personal injury verdict last night was the largest in Minne sota court history and one of the largest in the United States according to Eugene A Rerat attorney for Raymond Mc Crank 52 Brooklyn Center Minn McCrank a welder suf fered back injuries and paraly sis when his torch touched off Ian acetylene gas explosion Cheer exceeds its throughout the sat with head services bowed as As he he walked back up the aisle how ever he passed an old couple who were crying The youth broke into tears and a deputy handed him a hankerchief AUTOMATION NEWARK 60 ton crane is used to deliver six cups of coffee each day to six iron Workers dismantling a downtown building 180 feet above the ground 3 National Guardsmen die in accident near Urbana Towa Wi Threcj Iowa National Guardsmen were tilled Saturday in a carsemi trailer truck collision near the junction of Highways 150101 north of here Killed were Lt Robert James Hibben 30 Waterloo M Sgt Malcolm PostButler 43 Wat erloo and Capt Herbert Dea con McCullough 41 Cedar Falls Theywere riding in a Nation al Guard car which authorities said collided hcadon with a truck driven by Charles H No wack of Molinc III Nowack suffered minor injuries The accident occurred at on Highway 150 a half mile north of its junction with 101 in Benton County Urbana is located about 28 miles north west of Cedar Rapids Benlon County Coroner Rob ert Dewey said the car was on the wrong the highway The three guardsmen had at tended a rifle match at Du buquc Friday night Authorities the National Guard car had checked out at Water loo the night before THROUGHOUT THE trial the government conceded that it did not know the secret pur pose of the meeting However Arthur L Reutcr onetime act ing commissioner of investiga tion said in a report for for mer Gov Averell Harriman that the conclave was believed to have been called to split up territories divide proceeds and discuss extensions of racketeer ing in labor unions From ail over the country and even Cuba and Italy the gangsters had converged on the mansion of Barbara a 53year old beer and soft drink distribu tor who died of a heart attack last June The meeting never got under way State police began recording the license numbers of their expensive cars and a roadblock was set up at the entrance to the es tate A VP Phototax VOILA1Parisian coiffeur Alexandre adds a delicate finishing touch to Barbara Eisenhowers new hairdo as the Presidents daughterinlaw visited his salon in the French capital Barbara confided she had been doing her own hair throughout the long tour of Europe and Asia which is nearing its com pletion DDITIONAL large from the Mason City schools andthe usual large gift from the Kiwanis Club were large ly instrumental in lifting the Christ mas Cheer Fund Saturday above the goal origi nally set Substantial contribu tions also came from Scout units other organizations and individuals Funds received above the goal will provide Family Service with an additional margin with which to work in its effort to stretch the dollars as far as possible to aid the needy of the community this Christmas THE DAYS gifts included a contribution from Mr and Mrs Larry Ritter of the Lake Home at Clear Lake in mem ory of our son Larry Dean Rit ter who passed away three years ago Oct 6 from a bicycle acci dent age WA And since we now havent any other children in our home Merchandise gifts While merchandise gifts welcome for the Christmas Cheer Fund they do not count against the cash goal If you have something to please report it to Doris Bruce Family Service Inc Tel GA Be prepared to place a cash value on it for listing on the final day of campaign Dec 24 Inquiries have already been made asjo merchandise gifts Last years merchandise contributions to taled nearly we take this opportunity to lelp make some other children lappy on Christmas the Ritters wrote With the contribution from the Thornton Federated Club came this note Our Womens Club decided that we would like to contribute to a worthy cause close to home Therefore we are sending a check for to the Cheer The gift listed from five boys of the Meservey Ref Sunday School was sent by the follow ing Curtis Pals Jim Vierkant Mike L Hopkey Gary Stadtland er and Larry R Johnson Thanks so much boys Keep the gifts coming Last year the generous hearted of our   

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