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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 21, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                7 North Iowas Daily Newspaper for the Home LOBE HOME EDITION VOL 91 The Newspaper That Makes Ail North lowans Neighbors Presi tnd United Prei FuD LCSM Wlrei MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY DECEMBER 21 1W Copy Paper No 41 Franco greets Ike at Madrid FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES simo Francisco Franco that he isiiiiu r i ttuiibLU ri MADRID S p a i here with a message a flight from Paris where he at tended a Western Big Four heads of government conference and discussed serious Franco peace mission that took in cooperation for the jAm eric an differences with halfway around the world of all human causes jFrench President Charles de made another plea for peacelPeace and friendship in freeGaulle The Western leaders and friendshin in linvited Soviet Premier Nikita Eisenhower arrived in Spain jfrom the American people to the Monday on the last leg of people about a brighter and friendship in The President told welcom ing crowds including Generalis dom Eisenhowers plane landed at nearby Torrejon air base after One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE CGLO USCflt Sundk KOI Ames CiO ruesdnj WTAD QulntT WSUI tows CUT 9IO Sal Theory of a Goddirected Evolution COINCIDENCE the center nial of the earthshaking the ory of evolution set forth in th Charles Darwin book generall referred to as The Origin of Khrushchev to EastWest ummit meeting in Paris next 27 in the continuing drive or world peace The President will wind up his ourney to three continents with visit to Morocco Tuesday and return to Washington Tuesday light for the holidays Eisenhower became the first American President in office ver to set foot on Spanish soil HUNDREDS OF thousands of heering Spaniards gave Eisen lower the biggest welcome this country has roared out to a for eign visitor in modern times Hagwaving crowds lined the treets and hung from trees and lammed balconies as the Presi dent rode into Madrid with Franco at his side When the Presidents plane set down the skies were dark ening over the air base and chilly winds whipped the field But a good part of Madrids population of two million seemed in a holiday mood to welcome the visitor who was being hailec as an ambassador of peace The heart of Eisenhowers 18 WALTER WILLIAMS Nation pays respects to Old Reb HOUSTON Tex UP Th last of the faded ranks of the visit here was a series o Probe of phonies opened How selling rackets work 1959 CHEEK FUND GOAL AP NEW QUEEN FOR SHAH The Shah of Iran is all business ashe stares at ding Monday The Shah 40 is anxious the camera while his new wife sits de for a son to continue the succession to inurely at his side following their wed the throne Irans capital aglow me m u talks with the closed came at the stirt and he Gray car drive into Madrid from the the Advent season this year Williams lay in state base at dinner Monday night When this hypothesis was a Sra uniform at breakfast Tuesday vanced in 1859 it was regardedjbolizing his beloved Confederj LEAVING PARIS by churchmen as the handiwork he served nearly a sent a etler IQ of the devil himself A bomb under St Pauls Cathedral in London or St Peters inRome would scarcely have created ago The nations flags flew at half staff by executive order in hon or of the Civil Wars last sur Commoner becomes queen more consternation along thetvivor his comrades and the religious So violent was the break with the commonly held belief in the soldiers of the Union Khrushchev inviting him to the first of a series of summitmeet ings to consider international questions of mutual Similar letters are going from theBritish and French chiefs TEHRAN Iran 1 Pretty young Farah Diba became the new Queen of Iran Monday amid hopes that she will pro the Shah who at 40 still hopes forasonto succeed him The and stood through a ceremony vide a heir for the and the signing marri He divorced Queen Soraya WILLIAMS WON countkssjof government as a followup to against serious illness in their Western summit confer creation of earth and man in ygars He died Saturday ence over the weekend days as related in the Book of of that followed Genesis that the Darwin theory was viewed as a denial of Gods glory wholly vicious slur on the nobility of mankind Among scientists of that day there was more than a little skepticism There had been some toying with the idea that the days alluded to in Genesis were actually more than 24 hours in length and that0 his fourth attack of pneumonia since summer Relatives placed his age at 117 The wounds of the deep and bitter dispute which once divided our nation have long since healed and a united America in a divided world now holds up larger canvas the cherished diUons o liberty andusbce lowans have little chance for white Christmas The weatherman sees little chance of a White Christmas in Iowa despite the weekend snow fall throne With the 21 yearoioSbrunetfe with brown eyes and light olive complex ion married Shah Mohammed Rezi Pahlevi in a Moslem rit ual in the marble palace She thus became Queen Far ah Pahlevi It was the first marriage for the young Iranian commoner who until recently was a stu dent in architecture in Paris It was the third marriage for contract in the glittering Hall of of the family membersof the government and their wives and the diplomatic corps of Tehranlooked ph The capital was in a gay festive spirit Flags flapped in the breeze Many buildings were decorated with bunting and the national colors The Shah divorced his first two wives because they failed to bear him an heir to the The first wife an Egyptian princess bore him a daughter Princess Shanaz 20 months ago after a childless but marriage WASHINGTON UPI The Federal Trade Com mission FTC Monday opened an unus ual conference to tell the buy ing public how to guard against Trickery in the market place and phony advertising FTC Chairman Earl W Kint ner said the purpose of the two day conference on public de ception was to educate con sumers on how to detect and avoid being victimized by ille gal selling methods particularly false or misleading advertis Kintner said the conference could prove a boon to the reput able businessman They will welcome the sharpereyed buy he explained who no long er stumbles into the llegal traps set by the larcenous Representatives of 47 major civic professional and welfareJThe days organizations were invited to atLoU1 to dlte tend the school to alert the first to be conducted by days commission KINTNER CALLED it an ex eriment If it succeeds in de eloping useful teamwork in ghting tricky selling devices e said a series of additional essions will be held The conference stems from a recommendation of a study group sponsored by President Eisenhowers council of econom c advisers It urged all govern ment agencies charged with consumer protection to take steps to bone up the public their work The first day of the confer ence dealt with a discussion by Previously reported newspiperboys Seventh Day Adventist Church A Clear Lake From Clear Like Pearl M Garrison Hampton Plumbers and Stearofltters Lo cal 405 From Mark and Bill J St Ansgar friend Vou Go I Go Club Nancy Sally and Karen Newsboys help swell Cheer Fund The redhaired Iranian beauty now lives in Europe Speaking to newsmen Sun day the Shah explained that aside from human reasons he is marrying Farahfor reasons of a monarch al Irans constitution requires that the successor to the throne be a male and the Shah has no son Fident Eisenhower Forecasters said Monday that upon it said it appears that there But by and large the scien tific world of 1859 wasnt quite ready for an unquestioning ae ceptance of the evidence or the conclusions reached by Darwin in his treatise which bore the cumbersome title On the Ori gin of Species by Means of Na tural Selection or the Preser vation of Favored Races in the Struggle for No longer are they the will melt before Christmas and the Gray All rest together as Americans in honored glory An era has V THE OLD SOLDIER will rest in the rotunda of the Harris County Civil Courts building for 48 hours an honor guard of the 4th U S Army soldiers at his and there is very little chance for additional snow The weekend snow left high ways slick in some sections of the state as up to two inches of snow was reported Davenport and Fort Dodge each received two inches while Cedar Rapids Waterloo Burlington Side Federal state and and Des Moines got an Mason City had a half 10 dead on highways in Iowa BT THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Two separate accidents which each claimed three victims headlined a tragic weekend on I o w as highways in which 10 governments will pay tribute tojnch Mason City had a halfPrson killed IN CONNECTION with the him Tuesday in special jnch Killed in a twocar crash on centennial of that historic pubservices at the Houston Music skies were cloudy over 75 about eight miles lication eminent scientists from Hall state with a warm mass of air north of LeMars jiight FTC staff experts and consum er spokesmen of fictitious pric ing false advertising and mis leading labeling The second day will cover hoax offers of selfbetterment opportunities such as phony cor respondence schools make LOBE GAZETTE newspaper boys have once again demon strated they are enthusiastic s u p p o rt e r s of the Christmas Cheer Fund They gave of their earnings more generously than ever be fore to help boost the Cheer Fund total another significant amount CONTRIBUTORS included moneyathome schemes and m of the 30Q boys who de vending machine gyps AN FTC SPOKESMAN said the meeting would provide a graphic tipoff to suckers on how the selling rackets work Kintner told the conference it could perform a tremendous service if it could take the Former Dows school official dies DES MOINES Rev R J Cornell 74 retired blindfold of ignorance gregational minister died Sunfrom the eyes of the bargain around the world even Russia was represented met at the University of Chicago to take both a backward anda forward look at the revolutionary con cept unloosed on the world by Charles Darwin Cutting an extra wide swath at this distinguished convoca tion were two men bearing dis tinguished names One was Sir Charles Gallon Darwin grand son and namesake of the man honored and Sir Julian Huxley grandson of Thomas Huxley principal proponent of Darwins evolution theory in the 19th century The 72yearold Huxley an avowed atheist was at least ap proximately right in this sweep A military procession will in from Wyoming and cort the body to the South Main Colorado holding clouds close to Baptist Church for funeral serv ices at 11 Wednesday Graveside military rites will be held in the small town of Frank lin about 125 miles north west of here Williams listed his service connection as a forage master the ground Thick fog cut visibility sharp ly in some sections during the morning hours At Mason City for a time visibility was re duced to 300 feet TRUEBA DIES MONTEVIDEO Uruguay in Company C Fifth RegimentjAndres Martinez Trueba 75 of Hoods Brigade during theiformer president of closing months of the War I died Saturday The Weather were Don Detloff 17 LeMars and Leroy Kruger and his wife Patricia both 25 Luverne Minn Five other persons were injured in the crash Detloff was riding ina car driven by Stuart Smith 17 Le Mars The other car was driven by Elmer Kruger 32 Luverne Smith Kruger and his wife and another Luverne couple were hospitalized ing contention advanced in Chi cago No reputable biologist doubts the fact of evolution In fact it provides the foundation for the entire structure of mod ern It cannot however be said owa Mason City Mostly cloudy through Tuesday with consid erable fog likely Monday night warmer Monday night and Tuesday Lows Monday night 2025 Highs Tuesday middle 30s that evolutions acceptance by the religions of the earth 4has had quite as great a universal ity As a matter of fact Dar winism is at the core of the chasm between what has come to be referred to as fundamen talism and liberalism in this field DURING the Chicago confer ence somebody recalled an in cident in connection with the Westminster Abbey burial of Charles Darwin in 1882 An on looker sidled up to the eminent biologist just mentioned Thorn CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 Mostly cloudy through Tuesday Considerable fog likely Monday night warmer northwest lows in 20s Warm er over the state Tuesday highs mid 30s to lower 40s Occasional very light snows southwest Tuesday night Further outlook partly cloudy chance of some show ers Wednesday FiveDay Iowa Temperatures for the week will average 8 to 12 degrees above normal It will be warmer the first part of the week with only minor daily thereafter Highs will average from the THREE IOWA Nationa Guardsmen were killed in a car truck crash Saturday near the junction of Highways 150 and 101 north of Urbana Iowa The victims were Lt Robert J Hib ben 30 Waterloo M Sgt Mai middle to upper 30s in the colm Post Butler 43 Waterloo north to the 40s in the south Lows will average from the lower 20s the upper 20s south There will be some scattered light snow through out the period mostly in the last of the week but no sig nificant amounts are expected and Capt Herbert Deacon Mc Cullough 41 Cedar Falls Killed Sunday were Harland Fry 51 Clearfield and Mrs Virginia Webb 34 Des Moines Fry was fatally injured when a car in which he and his wife ries Highs Tuesday in 2 GlobeGazette weather up to 8 Monday Maximum Minimum At 8 data 35 13 14 Precipitation be W snow YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 23 14 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Sunday Maximum Minimum 36 25 were riding collided with an 1 other car one mile east of Clar nda at the junction of Highways 2 and 71 MRS WEBB was killed a car in which she was riding driven by Vernon Carman 28 of Des Moines struck a utility pole at a street intersection Other weekend victims were LeRoy Mitchell Ida Grove painter who died Friday night when the semitrailer truck he was driving hit a bridge abut ment and caught fire near Ida Grove and Leon Thomas 18 of Anamosa TOWNSEND MARIELUCE Townsend his secretary BRUSSELS UPI Group Capt Peter Townsend former sweetheart of Britains Princess Margaret Monday married his 20yearold Belgian secretary MarieLuce Jemagne in a sur prise civil ceremony Townsend 44 whose romance with Princess Margaret was broken off in a dramatic public statement by the Princess in 1955 first met his bride in Brus sels when she was only 14 She later accompanied him on a roundtheworld trip as his secretary Townsend was re tracing on that journey an ear lier solo tour he made shortly after his romance with the Princess broke up The Church of England for bids marriage of a divorced per son so long the other party to the divorce is living The for mer Mrs Townsend is living day after a threeyear illness His wife died of a brain tumor a few hours later A former school administrator the Rev Mr Cornell was a graduate of Atlantic High School in 1904 and served as superintendent of schools at Underwood Kirk man and Dows On the inside Editorials Paga 4 North Iowa News 8 Society News 1213 iver this newspaper in Mason ity Clear Lake and other com munities in North Iowa One of these John Peterson who lives in Britt sent the following letter with his con tribution I would like to add one dol ar to the Cheer Fund this year I have had my paper route now for one and a half years and I fciave some money of my own and want some other boy or girl to have a Merry THE DAYS gifts included contribution from a Mason City church a Labor organization Clear Lake Newi 14 Mason City News 1819 Sports 2122 Latest 24 Comics 37 PLANS TRIP and individuals Keep the gifts coming The needs are great Family Service which adminis ters the fund has a large num ber of families that need some thing special this Christmas in the way of clothes and food as r Jwe11 as something in the way PARIS UPI toys for the boys and girls Charles de Gaulle will arrive inj Bring or send your contribu Washington Easter M o n d a to April 18 for an official visit of several it was an nounced officially Monday The visit will be his first since April 1945 CHRISTMAS CHEER FUND Mason City Iowa and Princess Margaret bowed to the rule Townsend has two sons now in their teens from his first marriage MarieLuce daughter of a tobacco baron had not been married previously DIVER DIES NEW LONDON Wis Donald Mielke skin diver from Green Bay suffo cated Sunday when the oxygen supply valve of his gear froze as he searched under the ice of the Wolf River for the body of a missing 3yearold cousin New execution date for Caryl Chessman LOS AN7GELES l Caryl Chessman convictauthor who has evaded the executioner for HVi years of appeals and peti tions Monday was sentenced to death for the pos sibly the last time Superior Judge Herbert V Walker set Feb 19 as the execution date for Chessman Chessman now 38 was convicted of 17 felonies Two of them were kidnapings for robbery with bodily injury and sexual outrages on the wom en victims which can be pun ishable by death xmder a Call fornia kidnaping law HIGHWAY TRAGEDY AP Photofax Nine persons were killed and some 35 injured when this doubledeck bus col lided with a cattle truck near Tucson Ariz Most of the passengers were going home for Christmas SAME UOWA SAFETX FIGQEES   

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