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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 8, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE nhe Newspaper That Makes AH North lowans Neighbors PrtM ind United FuU MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JANUARY I 19M 7c Copy Thls Paper ConiUU of Two SectionsSection A familiar ritual for President State of Union address follows ancient pattern By ARTHUR EDSON WASHINGTON A And so in the final year under Dwigh D Eisenhower we came to th dramatic moment of his now fa miliar ritual William N Fishbait Miller the House doorkeeper who great ly relishes this moment of glory bawled out The President o the United States The rear door swung open and one could spot the bald head and wide grin that hav become international trade marks President Eisenhower had arrived to tell Congress what he thinks of the State o the Union This democracy has few rit uals to match these State of the Union appearances they at FOR ONE THING tract an allstar east Long before the President ap pears the spectators begin to arrive One of the earlies Thursday was Mrs Richard M Nixon who like the vice presi dent appears to believe in go mg places quickly She was in her seat 41 minutes ahead of time and 23 minutes ahead of Mrs Eisenhower Then came the officials seg regated by their positions the Senate the ambassadors and other foreign officials the Su preme Court the Cabinet By the time Eisenhower ar rived every seat was filled Congressmen were lined around the railing at the back Spectat ors filled the aisles of the bal cony This was the eighth of Eisen howers State of the Union mes sages Seven of them he deliv ered in person In1956 while he was recuperating fVom i heart attack he sent the mes sage up to be read by a clerk AND QUICK NOW can you recall one thing he said in the other seven For all the commotion these State of the Union things usual ly deal with lofty general thoughts couched in highly for gettable words Thursdays speech fitted nicely into this great tradition Its interesting to watch the congressmen as Eisenhower talks When he said something must be done about agriculture for example he got a 1 o t of ap plause from the Republican side But Rep Harold D Cooley D who heads the House Ag Committee and who will have a lot to say about what kind of legislation is passed didnt lift a finger Cooley stared the ceiling THE PRESIDENT got his big gcst applause when he spoke of balancing the budget Presidents invariably promise to balance the oudget are in variably applauded and as you thoughtfully at HOPES HIGH George Niewald 71 Cresco farmer still has high hopes that the drilling rig in the background will bring in an oil well on his 80acre farm The well now being drilled on the Nie wald farm is the third in the last five years One has produced enough oil for Niewald to run his tractor Crowdsflock to Cresco farm to see oil drilling irst commercial o w a was being that the oil well in drilled near here sent crowds of curious peo le to the George Niewald farm Thursday and Friday Niewald 71 and retired said 7e was forced to place an em iargo on auto traffic in his driveway because the crowds vere interfering with the crew at the oil well The rush of spectators began fter Hans Jesperson president f the H and L Oil Co Omaha Jeb announced that he was ertain his firm will succeed n drilling the first commer ial oil well infowa The well is located on the ViewaJd farm six miles west of here on US 63 duccd this grade after being on to their property f1 J sunk only four feet NIEWALD HAS USED some of the lowgrade unrefined low grade fuel in his tractor despite the clouds ofblacksmoke that billow out the exhaust pipe Nie wald said this crude oil is 75 per cent gas Niewald states he had been offered three times the land value of his farm since oil was found on it But he rejected the offer Cresco Mayor Frank Church said Soon no one will be able to buy a farm in the area He that farmers h ave in dicated a determination to hold can tell by studying your own tax bills invariably nothing much happens Republicans led the budget balancing cheers but now they got hearty support from Sen Harry F Byrd one of the Senates leading lecturers on economy in government And so it went This is like most rituals We go through them not so much to be converted to new thoughts as to be reassured in what we believe already Gowrie man killed when car overturns FORT DODGE Urelius 70 Gowrie wa killed early Friday when his car skidded on an icy patch of high way and plunged into a ditch about 3 miles south of here on U S 169 Urelius who was alone in the car was thrown out and the car rolled over on top of him He died enroute to a hospital SAME OTHER THAN the drilling ig however theres little to ee on Niewalds 80acre farm Theres no oil in evidence Ap arently the only petroleum col ected so far has been that hich has oozed to the surface rom around the drill and up thp haft The fact that there is oil in Forth Iowa has been estab shed for some time The main uestion is whether or not it is conomically feasible to get it out Many oil men have their doubts about this And much of the oil obtained to date from the more shallow wells merely is seepage and not qualified for commercial use One of the earlier wells pro On the inside Mason City News Pages 45 Latest Ma rkets 5 North Iowa Features 6 CubGazette 7 Society News 3 Sports 910 Clear Lake News 11 Editorials 12 Comics 15 North Iowa News 18 Burns prove fatal to Bluffs woman COUNCIL BLUFFS A Mrs Frank Harris 69 died in a hos pital Friday of burns suffered Thursday when fire swept through the onestory frame house here on the chance that oil may be brought forth on their properties Asked about a reported state ment by Jesperson that 1000 barrelsof oil had already been taken from the well Niewald registered surprise and said that it wasnt true TWO OTHER persons who havebeen surprised by the sup posed strike are Harry and L F Winslow t h e two men who are drilling the well under contract from Jespersons com pany The original contract for the drilling was let to Harry LFs son who operates out of Rice ville Harry called his father in about two months ago when equipment failure struck his rig LF operates out of Mays ville Iowa Both men say that this is the first oil well they have drilled becausc his son isnt allowed to teil him Word of the supposed strike wasnt long in getting out A number of people have visited the site and one went so far as Gov L m Senate bid Primary filings begun Nixon to join Sen Kennedy CONCORD N H ir The names of Sen John F Kennedy Vice President Rich ard M Nixon and Gov Nelson A Rockefeller RNY were in jected Friday into New Hamp shires firstinthenation presi dential primary Enthusiastic s u p p orters of Kennedy entered him in the popularity poll section of the March 8 balloting which will provide the first clue to voter sentiment in this presidential election year Kennedy also filed a slate of delegate candi dates pledged to vote for him at the Democratic National Con vention AT THE SAME time several Nixon backers filed as candi dates for seats at the Republi can nominating convention Their names will be listed the GOP delegate contest favorable to Nixon Nixon forces plan to enter his in as name in Saturday 47th birthday the the preference poll vice presidents In janothermajor develop ment that trouble for Nixon several proRocke feller Republicans leaped into the GOP delegate battle by filing for convention seats as favorable to the New York governor They said Republicans ought to have a chance to choose be tween Nixon and Rockefeller despite the fact that Rockefeller says he will not fight the vice president forthe GOP presiden ial nomination DEMOCRATIC National Com mitteeman Bernard L Boutin of delivered the official Kennedy nominating petitions to the secretary of states office minutes after the opening of the Both men have had extensive primary filing period experience in drilling water wells however Just how deep the well is and what kind of rock if it is rock they are encountering is so scone of the biggest political sur cret that neither man under Prises in the slates history Girl slays father Shooting follows prayer ELGIN Minn UPI A 16yarold farm girl is being held m Wabasha in the fatal shooting of her father Officials quoted Darlene Kay Brueske as saying sheshot htmThursda night because he was too strict The victim was Layton Brueske 50 Authorities said Dar lene waited until her father concluded a family Bible lesson and then loaded a shotgun and killed him County Attorney Martin Healy said the girl vtod him she was just trying to scare her father she didnt mean to shoot him The shooting apparently stemmed from an argument after the girl returned home with the family car half an hour late at pm She had been to Plainview High School to prac tice But the argument ended and girl and her parents sat down for their nightly Bible lesson Healy says after the family retired the girl appeared at the parents bedroom and killed her father with a shotgun blast in the head as he tried to get up Another shot was fired and her mother grabbed the gun The girl walked three miles to the home of her gym teacher before she was arrested Russia flexing rocket muscles i MOSCOW UPI Russias announcement of Pacific rocke firing plans is aimed at impressing Asian nations on the eve o Premier Nikita Khrushchevs visit to Indonesia and India main significance of th The Massachusetts Democrat breech of contract will com ment on it LF does not even lias no opponents in sight for know exactly how deep the well tllat of the twopronged bal ic i i which sives the Slayer of Manly man gets parole Roy Underwood who once asked for the death penalty fol lowing his slaying of a Manly man Friday was paroled from the state penitentiary at Fort Madison Underwood 60 Marion III to lifc for lhe icdy doesnt sweep the ttewsiaying James E Hjll Man lampshire primary it will be ly Curing a 1932 holdup attempt Underwood fled after the slaying and didnt give himself up until 1943 At a degree of guilt hearing hancc to register voters a direct to try and borrow S10000 from Niewald DRILLING RIG Hany left and L F Winslow stand in front of the drilling rig they are using on the George Niewald farm near Cresco Thisis the first oil wall the father and son team has attempted to drill although they are both experienced water well drillers Harry started the well on the Niewald farm five months ago choice for their favorite among the presidential contenders The Weather North Iowa Partly cloudy will falling temperatures Friday night and cold wave conditions northeast lows zero to 5 above Mostly cloudy contin ucd cold Saturday highs in middle 20s Iowa Cold wave warning ex treme northeast Friday night increasing cloudiness colder cast lows zero to 10 above northeast 15 to 25 southwest Little temperature change Saturday except not so cold and snow extreme northwest higbs 24 to 34 Outlook for and colder northwest rain or snow and little warmer southeast Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average near normal Fri day night through next Wed nesday Afternoon highs will be from the middle 20s in the north to the lower 30s in the south Overnight lows will be from around 5 to 12 degrees in the north to the middle teens in the south Precipita tion will average 30 to 50 of an inch occurring mostly as snow Sunday and early Mon day Minnesota Light snow colder Highs Saturday 520 GlobeGazette weather data ip o 8 am Friday Maximum 40 Minimum 32 diplomatic circles said Friday Observers here also believe the 0 Soviet Unions announcement that a powerful missile will b fired into the Pacific between Jan 15 and Feb 15 was the prog ress it indicates It shows the Russians now have ths ability I shoot rockets so heavy that there is not enough room in the vas Soviet territory to test them But the diplomats pointed out that the testing also had DO UticaleHccts The Russians have campaigned against the new Unite StatesJapanese security trealy which is scheduled to be signc 19 Diplomats said that So viet rockets landing in the Pa cific during this period could no help but impress the nations c that area with Soviet scientifi and military might The same edition of Pravd that carried the testing an nounccmcnt Friday also ran a editorial criticizing the Amer can treaty with Japan and poin ing put that the Japanese dele gallon leaves for Washingto Jan IG one day after th rocket testing may begin Khrushchev leaves for Indo nesia and India two key un committed nations at about th same time Previous trips by the Sovie premier have been accompa nicd by spectacular scientifi achievements The Russians hi the moon with a rocket befor he left for the United State last September The announcement by the offi cial Soviet news agency Tas Underwood asked for death butjsaid the tests will be to devel was given a life term instead He was given a commutation of his sentence from lifc to 9 years by Gov Hcrschcl C Love less last summer The commu tation made parole him eligible for op a more powerful rocket t launch heavy earth satellite and undertake space flights I planets of the solar system The range for the Soviet tes firings could approximate for the U S USSR MAJTSHAU IS TAKGir AUSTKAUA NEW RUSSIAN ROCKET RANGE V v Decision gene expected McManus also announces DBS MOINES w Herschel Iowas first Demo cratic governor in 20 years said Friday he would be a candidate for nomination for the United Stales Senate in 19GO A few minutes after Loveless announcement LI Gov Edward McManus 39 Kcokuk an nounced he will seek the Demo cratic nomination to succeed Loveless as governor AND McMANUS revelation in turn was followed by State Rep Howard C Rcppert Jr 41 DCS Moines who said he would ea ortfrgDetnocratuT nomination for lieutenant gov ernor In making his long anticipated announcement the Governor said I am convinced that the present a n di future needs of our state can be helped by imagina tive represen tation in the U S Senate If elected I shall be guided by the same p r i n cipJe of soundness of fiscal policy and humanity LOVELESS in government that are being written in the records of this administration THE GOVERNORS announce mcnt was released to newsmen by his administrative assistant Park Rinard McManus was the second Democrat to announce for the top state political post Earlier Harold Hughes Ida Grove chairman of the Iowa Com merce Commission said he would seek the nomination McManus who is married and has five sons was city attorney in Kcokuk for five termsbefore being elected to the Iowa Leg islature Seeking the Republican nomi nation for governor in the June primary are Atty Gen Norman Erbe Boone State Sen Jack Schroeder Davenport and Joha Knudson Albion THE GOVERNOR 48 is the irst announced Democratic can didate for the Senate His an nouncement followed disclosure Republican Sen Thomas Martin that he will not seek re nomination this year Three other Republicans al ready have announced their can lidacies for the Senate seat They are state Sen Jack Miller Sioux City Rep Ken Stringer Davenport and Ernest J Sea man Waterloo Forest City man victim of crash STANHOPE Christian Andreason 82 Forest City died Thursday of injuries uffered earlier in the day when his car went out of control and crashed on Iowa 175 three miles ast of here Authorities said the vehicle ilowed into a farm driveway nd overturned fatally injur ng Andreason who was alone n the vehicle He died in a Webster City ospital several hours after the rash The fatality was the first f the year for Hamilton County COP TRAP TULSA Okla Com missioner Robert Mawhinney ells this one Tulsa police of cer was about to start his mo orcycle He reached for a traf c violation ticket which was esting on one handlebar Just n the nick of time he spotted omcthing camouflaged under ic rat trap stt to nap on his hand   

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