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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 29, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas ily Newspaper the MASON CITY The nd Uaw Newspaper That Makes All North lowons MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY DECEMBER 29 TOf s CoprlThU W HQME EDITION tectVM OM End formal Atest Football It never V says die Season extends even further Into winter By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Bureau REVEALS LETTER Press secretary James who has been seen little of late since hisboss President Eisenhower personally has been meeting with reporters both here and abroad made a formal announcement Tues day He reads to newsmen a copy of a letter Eisenhower is sending to Premier Khrush chev of Russia suggesting May 16 as the date of a sum mit conference at Paris AP Photofax football with the proliferation of bowl games bids fair to ex tend far on into the winter There was a time when most colleges frowned on postseason games and some still do par ticularly those of the socalled Ivy League but the extracur ricular games inrecent years have tended to crowd the De cemberJanuary calendar Two new bowl games were added this year the Liberty Bowl in Philadelphia and the Blufebpnnet Bowl in Houston Beth were played on Dec 10 as was the third Bowl at St Petersburg which decided the National Associa tion of Intercollegiate Athletics NAIA championship for small colleges THE NATIONAL Collegiate Athletic Assn which polices the largVr promotions has sanctioned 15 games this year far short of the peak sea son of 31 These include the New Years Day Rose Bowl first contested in 19i6 and interrupted only by World War I the Orange BowL the Cotton Bowl the Sugar Bowl and the Sun Bowl On Jan 2 comes the Ga Then there are the various allstar games Dec 26 was the date for the annual BlueGray game the Copper Bowl pitting Southwest All Stars against National and the NorthSouth Game The East West allstar game is sched uled for Jan 2 and the Senior BowLfor the following Saturday And it wont do to overlook the pros The National Football League championship game be tween the Baltimore Colts and the New York Giants was played on Dec 27 and the Pro Bowl game on Jan 17 THE NCAA HAS been requir ing since 1951 that promoters give the educational institutions supplying the teams at least 75 per cent of the gate receipts That meant for Penn State and Alabama the teams which met in the Liberty Bowl at Philadel phia close to each The breakeven point for the promoters of the Liberty Bowl was estimated variously from paid attendance to A disappointing crowd of paid its way into Philadelphia Stadium but it hasbeen pointed out that the Orange Bowl Inaugural in 1933 drew only and the first Sugar Bowl in only Both are now established moneymakers SOME BOWLS are conference run bailiwicks with profits go ing to meniber institutions The YEAR AGO Southwest Conference for ex ample operates the Cotton Bowl Others are independent commercial promotions The four or five classics either through longterm con tracts with be cause of their inducements of prestige and financial reward have no difficulty in getting stellar attractions Even so the tarnish occasionally shows The Rose Bowl this year for ex ample draws Wisconsin the only Big Ten champion ever to be defeated twice to oppose oncebeaten Washington Inde pendent promoters have a hard er job getting talent and the scrambling near the end of the season is frantic Bowls are an American ex port by the The U S Army AllStars beat an Air Force team 1412 in the Dec 19 Rice Bowl in Tokyo 3rd fatality of year icy to Notice be given William Kolwinska 83 E State died in a Mason City hospital Tuesday morning of injuries suffered when he was a car in downtown Ma son City The accident hap pened at State and Federal about Police were told Kolwinska had head injuries internal abdominal injuries lacera tions and a broken pelvis and broken ankle The death came shortly be fore Dr Ralph E Smiley acting county coroner Two freight trains collide man killed STEPHEN Minn r i I Two Great Northern freight lo Mason Mostly cloudy with c6motives Tuesday collided scattered light snow or snow flurries through Colder Tuesday night little temperature change Wednes day Low Tuesday night 18 to 22 High Wednesday 23 to 27 Iowa Wednesday partly cloudy southwest mostly cloudy with few snow flurries northeast A little colder southeast Wed nesday highs 23 to 28 north east 28 to 34 southwest Out look for Thursday Partly cloudy and a little warmer Minnesota Clearing colder Highs Wednesday 2030 GlobeGazette weather up to 8 Tuesday Maximum Minimum Precipitation Maximum Minimum data 37 25 18 37 16 On the inside Editorials Page 4 Comics Clear Lake News Latest markets Society news 9 North Iowa 11 headon at the railroad station in this northwestern Minnesota community killing a railroad fireman injuring an engineer and derailing three cars A Great Northern spokesman said one of the trains apparently failed to use a siding as planned and the other train plowed into it as it came out of a side track Car collides with truck man killed TAMA UPI Cal houn 46 Tama was killed on icy U S 30 at the east edge of town here Tuesday when the car he was driving collided with an Iowa Highway Commission truck Patrolmen said the two vehicles were traveling in op posite directions and crashed near a curve on the icecovered highway The driver of the truck was Cletus Girres Story City who was not injured A SHY GUY COLUMBIA UPI Little Joan Algie asked that anyone finding her missing pet be careful because the pet was Joan may find that who comes on the pet will be is drawing report on the He did not believe an inquest would be necessary The car that hit Kolwinska was driven by Jose D Barra gan 23 408 Madison S W Barragan was going north and it was believed that Kol winska was walking west on the north side of State Barragan told police he did not see Kolwinska who was about in the middle of the crosswalk It was still dark and it was misting at the time Barragan heard a thump and saw a dark object fall at the left front fender of his car The traffic signal was flash ing a caution light for north south traffic and Barragan estimated that he was driving about 15 miles an hour Kolwinska was knocked about 12 feet north of the crosswalk Police said that Barragans car equipment was in good working order No charges were filed against Barragan Kolwinska was born April 7 Grant County Wis He is survived by a Niece Mrs D R Hugi 808 5th Funeral arrangements are in complete The Major Memor ial Chapel is in charge The death is the third auto fatality inside the Mason City limitsthis year All the vic tims have been pedestrians Richard Rickey Olson 5 the son of Jean Olson died in July after he was struck by a car when he ran into the street between parked autos in front of TO N Federal Phillip H Bock 74 was killed Nov 23 when he was hit by a car as he was walking in the rain on a dark section of 19th Last year there were five AUGUSTA Ga ident Eisenhower refused Tues day to extend the formal moratorium on nuclear weapon ests but promised ithat they vould not be resumed withou advance notice At the same time the Presi dent denounced the attitude o what he called the politically Russian experts in th Geneva negotiations seekin agreement on a permanent pro hibition of nuclear tests The declaration appeared t be a prod in Russias direction in an effort to make progress at Geneva THE EISENHOWER state ment released from the vacation White House here meant that while the United States would not renew t h e moratorium which has run for 14 months it was not planning an immediate resumption of tests the same time it reserved the right to do so at any time after giv ing notice Eisenhowers statement was issued after he had conferred with is high level officials who flew here from Washington A major topic of their discussion was the nuclear test mora torium which expires Thursday The group was headed by Sec retary of State Herter Secre tary of Defense Gates Chair John the Atom Commission aruLGen Nathan Twining chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff to press es 9 freed at Albert Lea JUDY FERRENS FEET ACHE Dog still lost English lass in search Mason City news even more shy Its a deordor Farm news 16 ized skunk FATAL AVALANCHE KARACHI Pakistan reached Karachi Tuesday of an avalanche in the Lowari Pass that killed 49 mem bers of a caravan traveling from Chitral to Peshawar Wife irritated but Council cant help JEFFERSON Iowa UPI The city council has no power to forcea reluctant doityourself husband to finish work he started on the upstairs of his home but never finished His wife through a friend asked the council to order him to do so The womans husband built their new home three years ago but despite frequent requests demands and the usual ca joling by his wife the man has not completed the work She there might be some city ordinance that would re quire him to finish the work on the home after it had been The council said since there is no health hazard involved it is out of their hands auto fatalities in the city PAVELIC DIES MADRID Spain Ant Pavelic 70 quisling president o Croatia during World War I and one of the leading wa criminals still at died Monday in the German hospita here EISENHOWER pointed out that negotiations with Russia and Great Britain on a perma nent test ban had been under way for 14 months Now in re cess they will resume Jan 12 No satisfactory agreement is yet in the President said The prospects for such an agreement have been injured by the recent unwillingness on the part of the politicallyguided So viet experts to give serious sci entific consideration to the ef fectiveness of seismic tech niques for the detection of un derground explosions Indeed the atmosphere of the talkshas been clouded by the intemperate and technically unsupportable Soviet annex of the report of the technical ex Eisenhower promised that scientists in the delega tion would make public which will completely refute this Soviet This American rebuttal is expected to be released through the state epartment at Washington in few days Latest wove of bad weather leaves Iowa Iowas latest combination storm of snow sleet rain and og tapered off Tuesday withoul jecoming as serious as had been anticipated earlier The Weather Bureau said the was largely due to the act that temperatures re mained unseasonably mild Lamoni and Sioux City each reported 3 inches on the ground Davenport Council Bluffs and Des Moines each had 2 inches and 1 inch was Ottumwa Waterloo and Du auque At one time Sioux City had ST THOMAS Orit An exhausted 17 year old girl came back from Detroit Mon day night with only a leash and an aching heart to show for her grueling search for her lost dog Judy Ferrens Germ an Shepherd Jinty remained lost Judy arrived in New York last week from her home in Southhampton England bringing her yearold dog with But Jinty bolted tho car when the door opened and disappearedin the New York Central yards in Detroit Judy told her mother If I could only get to Detroit Jinty would know my voice if she heard it and would come to me She wont come if anyone else calls So Judy got up early Sun day morning and hitchhiked 114 miles to Detroit She told ALBERT LEA Minn N charges are being filed against nine nonunion workers in whose cars weapons were found as they arrived to Wil son packing plant here Monday The workers wereheld injail until 0 Russell Olson Freeborn County attorney ruled Monday night that they could not be charged with contempt because they had not been officially served with a district court or der barring firearms near the plant THE NINE WERE ailed aft er National Guardsmen under direction of Sheriff Everette Stovern discovered the guns during inspection of the cars of 200 workers entering the plant I have decided the benefit of doubt must be given these men and no statutory criminal therefore be Olson said He warned future violations would bring action Ed Hilund president of the union local said the fact thatj the nonunion employes were found to be carrying weapons showed the type of workers that the company is trying to employ to fillthe However a Wilson spokesman said the firm does not condone the carrying of firearms and said the nonstrikers had weap ons in their cars because they had been hunting OTHER THAN THE finding of the weapons the reopening was without incident It marked first slaughtering done at the plant since martial law was declared Dec 11 in the wake of violence aetween Packinghouse Workers pickets 500 non union workers Wilson had been using A federal court ruled last week that closing of the plant under the martial law edict was illegal The union has been on mother met her and they started on the train to Mrs Ferrens here Ferren mother by telephone she had a dollar and would live on hamburgers until she found Jinty Judy rode with Jinty in the But despite help from rail baggage car from New York road officials and long hours to Buffalo Jinty then rode in wandering through the foggy a baggage car to Detroit and New York Central yards and was to be transferred to a around the depot no dog an train that would take her to swered her calls St Thomas in time for Christ An NYC official bought her mas a ticket home late SAME DATE19S45W YOUTH NABBED WEBSTER CITY L arson 17 Oelwein one of iree boys who walked away rom the State Training School or Boys at being eld here Tuesday ties said he was arrested driv ing a stolen as much as 5 inches but warm temperatures melted part of th accumulation before new snow arrived The weatherman sak this prevented more huge traf fie snarls such as occurrcc Sunday night in the soulhwes part of the state North Iowa escaped the blov entirely Only adrizzle and ligh snow shower was recorded The Weather Bureau said th indications are that skies wil be partly cloudy and tempera lures slightly higher Wednesda and Thursday Scattered light snow flurrie were due to continue throug Tuesday night Attorney will seek 2nd District post CEDAR RAPIDS W James E Bromwell 39 Cedar Rapids attorney Tuesday announced his candidacy for the Republi can nomination for 2nd District representative next year strike since Nov 3 About 400 non unionists re ported for work Tuesday twice as many as on Monday SHERIFF EVERETTE Sto vern said meanwhile that he has been informed the National Guard troops on duty at the plant probably will be removed soon Negotiations seeking to re solve differences between Wil son and the union were re sumed Tuesday in Chicago The UPWA Monday submitted what it called a fair and rea sonable 31point strike settle ment proposal when the talks resumed after a long lapse Wil son officials said the offer went far beyond earlier terms the company proposed RalphHelstein union presi dent said he could see no rea son to be optimistic when asked about chances of an early settlement based on the latest proposal Helstein said the union was interested in good faith collective bargaining and we hope the company will agree that this is a time for complete forthrightness and full disclos ITS GARGLE TIME New ScamU navian star Birgit Nilsson as Isolde sangthe act Karl Liebl second poses between acts with the three ten act and Albert Da Costa the third Vi ors who took turns in the role of Tris nay who had been scheduled for tan in Wagners Tristan and Isolde role had a cold as did his understudies at tHe Metropolitan Opera in New York So each sang one act and no one seemed Left to right are Ramon Vinay who to mind   

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