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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 18, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                                North Daily Newspaper Edited for Hit VOL MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The Newspaper That Makes All North lowans Neighbors PWM United full Wirei MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JANUARY 18 I960 7o Copy TliH Paper Consists Two No 14 N Iowa again misses storm For the second time in four days extreme Northern Iowa has escaped a major snowstorm A blizzard roared up from New Mexico and Oklahoma Sun day and spread as much as a foot of new snow across southern and central Iowa which had been hard hit by a similar wave of bad weather Thursday and Friday Strong northerly winds and colder temperatures moved in on the heels of the snow Although the snow was diminishing the weather bureau in Des Moincs issued a heavy snow warning to the eastern section of the state Up to four inches of new snow vas to fall in the east before the One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE pm KGLO 113001 WOI Amei IfHO pm Tuesday WTAD Quincy 930 pm Tbnn WSUI City am New Yorkers are welcome to New York I VE ALWAYS that so many BEEN GLAD New Yorkers are so well satisfied with New York That means there is never going to be any pressure on me to transfer my loyalty and affection from the grea open spaces of the middle wes to that human ant hill called Gotham At this point I turned to my dictionary to learn what the word Gotham really means I found a definition in two parts 1 The city of New York 2 An English village proverbial for the foolishness of its inhab itants I cant resist a temptation to suspect that the two versions are equally applicable to New York I cant persuade myself to believe that anybody in full possession of his senses would choose living in that vertical metropolis over living in a less crowded locality If I stopped my visit here you might gain the impression that 1 dont like New York and that would be untrue The truth is that I thrill to an occasional visit there Its just that I wouldnt want to make New York my permanent residence I never have such a deepseated appreciation of my hometown as when I return from Gotham WHAT I LIKE ABOUT that third largest city in the work Tokyo and London are both a mite larger in population ac cording to latest count as an occasional visitor would think tend to pall on me as a steady diet I delight in the view from the Empire State building on a clear day with unlimited visibility am intrigued by the clatter and the confusion of the subway sys tern I am amused by the opin ionated taxi drivers who are willing to give you the benefi of their experience on any given subject Theyre never in doub about anything except th shortest route to your destina tion And New Yorks theater dis trict is equaled no where els in the world No matter wha your taste youll find wha youre looking for on Broadway or off Broadway Along with th smash hits of musical comedy drama and opera youll fine some amazingly narrow special ties playing to packed houses The enormity of New Yor makes it a potential audienc for anything and everything Some find their greatest plea sure in a month of continuou theater matinees evening and even Sundays Much as like the stage my appetite fo it is sated in considerably les time than a month Here should add that I speak for my self not for certain other mem bers of my family ILL NEVER BE ABLE satis factorily to explain why with choice between the theater an a college basketball tournamen in Madison Square Garden should choose the sports even I hope that Ethel Merman nev er finds out that I passed he by for an evening with Osca Robertson known to baskelba fans nationally as the Big O On the basis of his playin the first time I saw this highlj touted Cincinnati athlete pe CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 precipitation stops THE STORMS PATH across owa was nearly identical to hat of last weeks Council Bluffs had eight inches of on top of 10 inches which fell Thursday Little Lineville in south central Iowa had a foot By contrast the Mason City area had little more than a trace The worst part of the storm came south of a line from Ona wa through Fort Dodge Allison and McGregor Highway travel in most sec tions was hazardous and traffic was snarled in towns Man rural and town schools were closed including Des Moines which got four inches of nev snow and Ottumwa which re ceived nine inches But For Dodge which got a foot of snov before received only an inc and a half this time The Iowa Highway Commis sion said roads in the snow area were snowpacked and slippery U S 20 was near normal frorr Sioux City to Waterloo the com mission said and US 30 wa snowpacked in sheltered area only fromCarroll to Cedar Rap ids US 69 was packed wit snow in protected areas from es Moines to the Minnesot order NORTHERLY WINDS gustin t 35 miles an hour hampere now removal Afternoon airline flights at th lason City airport were ex ected to be 1M to 2 hours be ind schedule due to heavy now elsewhere on the Ozark ir Lines routes Counting last weeks snow ort Dodge has inches on le ground Clutier 13 Council Jluffs 12 Dubuque 11 Sioux and Des Moines 10 Ottum va and Waterloo 9 Bud Suter public relations epresentative for the State Un versity of Iowa athletic depart nent was unable to make a cheduled appearance at the Lake Quarterback Club uncheon Monday noon Heavy now at Iowa City caused that hange in plans A meeting of the North Cen ral Iowa Heart Council to have een at the Hotel Hanford Mort dayevening is to be re cheduled The guest speaker r Stanley L Graven was to have come from Iowa City North Iowa Cloudy and much colder Monday night with a few snow flurries considerable blowing and drifting snow with northerly winds 2535 miles an hour lows 510 Partly cloudy and cold T u es d a y highs around 15 owa Mostly cloudy and much colder Monday night occasion al snow flurries east consid erable blowing and drifting snow with northerly winds 25 35 miles an hour lows 5 below to 5 above Tuesday partly cloudy and cold highs 1015 north west 1520 southeast Further outlook Partly cloudy continued cold Wed nesday Fiveday Iowa Temperatures for the week will average 8 be low to 5 above for overnight lows and 12 to 22 for the highs It will be colder at the beginning of the week and continued rather cold with only minor day to day changes the remainder of the week Pre cipitation will average one quarter to onehalf inch com ing as snow in the latter part of the week GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Monday Maximum 28 Minimum 20 Precipitation 02 V4 snow Farmer pinned under bales of hay dies Henry Heeren 59 died Sunday at the Cedar Valley Hospital Charles City He had been hospitalized since Thursday when a neighbor found him pinned under bales of which had fallen on him 22 hours earlier Death was the re requests post a gasoline tax boosts V v The TAX DOLLAR KSTIMATC BUDGET BOSS MAURICE STANS EXPLAINS TAX DOLLAR CHART AF Pliolofnx suit of exposure Born Dec 29 1900 in Ger many he was married Oct 9 1926 to Freida Wilhaus in Rock ford She preceded him in death He had farmed in this vicinity 38 years Surviving are four children Clara Gollnick Mason City Geraldine San Francisco Hil da and Hero both of Rockford three sisters and two brothers Funeral services will be Wed nesday at 2 pm at the Zion Lutheran Church The Rev J G Brinkman will officiate Burial will be in Riverside Cem etery with Weaver Funeral Home in charge Y DEDICATED DES MOINES UPI The new YMCA building was dedicated here Sunday June 10 to 19 Ikes Moscow date ALBANY Ga Eisenhower will make a 10day visit to the Soviet Union beginning June 10 to apply more thaw ing heat to the cold war ice The tour is a followup to Soviet Premier Nrkita Khrush chevs historic visit to the United States last September The announced simultaneously Sunday in Moscow and at Eisenhowers weekend holiday retreat here There was no immediate word on whether Mrs Eisenhower will accompany the President to the USSR Nor was there any indication whether the Presidents four small grandchil dren will go along The President who has expressed the his visit will help melt EastWest tensions will go to Moscow first He also will visit other Soviet cities to be specified later Eisenhower will be arriving in the Soviet Union probably something less than three weeks after the Paris EastWest summit conference attempt to resolve knotty differences The Western leaders do not look for Khrushchev to do any about face at the summit meeting but there is a feeling he may avoid any outwardly tough attitude in order to build a cordial atmos phere for the Eisenhower visit Power out fuel low snow heavy Union in favor of election ALBERT LEA Minn The United Packinghouse Work ers may agree to an election by the National Labor Relations Board in an effort to settle a jurisdictional dispute which broke up negotiations with Wil son Co last week A union official told a mass meeting of Wilson strikers here Sunday that the union may agree to an election to settle the issue of representation in hurry Regional Director Glen Chinander South St Paul told the strikers that the union will be ready to discuss details of a strike settlement when con tract talks resume Tuesday The union has been insisting on Jumping the strike settlemen and the economic issues into a single package The company however has refused to nego tiate the contract until strike details are settled Budget in brief WASHINGTON Iff The fiscal 1961 budget proposes Taxes A Vz cent a gallon increase in gasoline tax All other tax rates continued Postal Firstclass postage boosted to 5 cents Other un specified increases Spending Up from this year to 000000 For defense 41 billion dollars Income Up to 84 billion dollars assuming record prosperity Surplus About 54200000000 all to be used to reduce the 292 billion national debt Mrs Robinson to seek GOP committee post Train strikes auto Iowa woman killed HAWARDEN Fred Dawson 60 Hawarden killed Monday when her car col lided with a Milwaukee Road train The gas tank of the car exploded and the vehicle was engulfed in flames Four children die in bus accident FACKLER Ala tfVA freight train crashed into a school bus near this northeast Alabama town Monday killing four chil dren and leaving eight critically injured Proposed increases attacked ENID ROBINSON Muscatine woman victim of crash MUSCATINE Crist 30 Muscatine was killed DES MOINES IDPA Enid Robinson Hampton Monday an nounced she will be a candidate for national committcewoman at the Republican state presi dential convention in Des Moincs this spring Mrs Malcolm Lomas Red Oak presently is national com mitteewoman from Iowa Mrs Lomas has not said whether or not she will be a candidate for reelection MRS ROBINSON has written Mrs Lomas telling her she will not be a candidate for public of fice but will be a candidate for national commiUcewoman j Mrs Robinson served on the GOP stale central committee from 1952 to 1958 the last four years as vice chairman She was unsuccessful in her bid to win the Republican nomination for Congress in the last primary Veteran H R Gross Waterloo won the nomination but only by 1500 votes Mrs Lomas was elected na WASHINGTON crats Monday promptly fired a barrage of criticism at Presi dent Eisenhowers budget while Republicans generally defended his proposals Some lop GOP leaders joined the Democrats however in pre dicting that Eisenhowers rec ommendations for an increase in gasoline taxes and postal rates face stormy going in the electionyear Congress SENATE DEMOCRATIC Whip Mike Mansfield Mont said that the Presidents forecast of Surplus of ml I ion Gives hint of future relief WASHINGTON UPi President Eisenhower Monday sent Con gress his election year budget and said it promises a 000000 surplus that can pave the way for a tax cut possibly next year For the present however Ei senhower proposed raising more revenue He said Congress should increase the federal gaso line tax by half a cent a to 4V add a penny each to the 4ccnt letter charge and the 7cent air mail rate The President implied that un less Congress votes these and other revenue re sists any urge to boost spending predicted surplus will melt away and with it hopes of broaclscale tax relief sometime after the November election FOR THE 1961 fiscal year that begins July 1 Eisenhower csli timatcd record revenue of 84 bil lion dollars He called for spend ing of This would produce the biggest surplus in 13 margin of black ink which the President said should be used to reduce the record national debt of 292 billion dollars He said a debt a year was based surplus on ifs next ands and buts Mansfield said that he doubted Congress would look kindly on the requested hike in gasoline taxes or in postage rates The President is in no posi tion to indicate a possible tax cut next year even if his as sumed surplus comes through Mansfield added That will be the responsibility of the next president and the 87th Con gress SENATE Republican leader Everett M Dirkscn Hi said if Congress follows the recommen dations the surplus can he achieved Dirkscn also said the Presidents recommendation that any surplus be applied to the public debt has excellent precedent While hopeful Dirksen ad mitted that the President would Monday when her car slammed Sumner tional commiUccwoman in 1952 Her primary opponent at the time was Gertrude Wilharm of run into trouble on the gasoline cut would counter inflation and spur savings needed to stimu late new economic growth Eisenhower said the projected spending level will permit small increases in both the military and foreign aid budgets a ma jor stepup in space exploration and record outlays for water projects Although allotting million more for defense the budget proposes small cuts in pur chases of missiles and ships and a big reduction in aircraft pur chases CUTS IN nonmilitary pro grams generally were small and scattered Eisenhower asserted that if the fiscal blueprint can be trans lated into reality the president and Congress to be elected in November will have an oppor tunity to cut taxes assuming prosperity continues Soundly conceived tax revi sion can then be approached on a comprehensive and orderly basis rather than by haphazard piecemeal changes he added Eisenhower did not say spe cifically that a tax cut should be considered in 1961 He mere ly pointed to this as a possibility during the twoyear tenure of the Congress that will convene next January He also commented the legis lators might prefer debt reduc tion to tax reduction In addition to a big surplus in fiscal 1961 the President is headon into a truck on snow covered US 61 about seven miles south of here Pro caqers land in Iowa cornfield CARROLL passenger plane with the Minneapolis Lakers professional basketball team aboard landed during a heavy snowstorm in a corn field near here early Monday There were no injuries to the 23 passengers enroute from St Louis to Minneapolis The pilot landed the plane without aid of radio or de froster at a time when the visibility was described as zero The plane was without electricity and about out of gas The plane came over Ihc town low about eight or nine times and we thought some thing must be wrong said Fireman Henry Roth Roth said the plane was lucky to have cleared high tension wires near the field as it came in for its landing The passengers including three children were taken from the cornfield by auto to the Burke Motor Inn in Car roll Francis T Ryan counsel and secretarytreasurer of the basketball club said Vernon Ullman Brookings SD the pilot made a magnificent landing The plane traveled only about 100 yards after we came down in the cornfield Ryan added He said that when the chart ered plane owned by Gopher Aviation Co Minneapolis took off from the St Louis airport all was under control But 45 minutes later Ryan continued the generator went out and we lost all electrical power We finished the flight to Carroll without light or heal There was no radio control and all dials were dim he said After that the pilot flew with his head out the window There was no chance to re turn to St Louis Ryan said because of the heavy snow traffic and close to complete lack of visibility there We had gone toward Kansas City but then headed for home Within 15 minutes after the plane was down Carroll Coun ty Sheriff Al Thorup his dep uty and the night police force at Carroll had reached the scene They had organized a motorcade of 10 to 15 cars to get the plane party to the motor inn to he re mainder of the night They continued to Minneapolis by bus later Monday MRS ROBINSON was ap pointed a U S delegate to the Genera Agreement on Tariff and Trade GATT in 1958 and she attended the international conference of that body in Ge neva A year later she was ap pointed as a citizens delegate to the Atlantic Congress in Lon don which is sponsored by NATO Parliamentarians Its assumed that Republican national committeeman Charles Wittenmeyer Davenport will seek reelection He was named Mason Cily News 1617 to that post in 1956 to fill a North Iowa News cancy when Robert Goodwin of Des Moines resigned A few months later he was voted nai tional committeeman at the state presidential convention EVANS DIES WASHINGTON W Rudolph Evans 81 famed sculptor who created the 19foot statue ofi Thomas Jefferson in Washing tons Jefferson Memorial died Saturday after a long illness ing year current bookkeep For the 12 months postage increase proposals Another Republican leadercounting on a minion sur National Chairman Thruston BiPlus m Morton said he doubted very much that Congress would vote cither increase Morton said the President would be lucky to wind up with twothirds of the surplus he expects On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 89 Clear Lake News 12 Sports 1314 Comics 15 Latest Markets 16 SAME which end June 30 he estimated revenues of and spending at The 951page budget contained no major surprises particularly since Eisenhower revealed the principal figures 11 days ago in his State of the Union message Burns prove fatal to Iowa girl 5 FORT DODGE UPI A fiveyearold girl died late Sun day of burns suffered when her clothing ignited while she was playing with a lighted candle Teresa Pickett daughter of Mr and Mrs Otis Pickett was burned about 7 pm She died in a local hospital about four hours later NEW DIRECTOR DES MOINES Thomas Tibbe director of the Museum of Contemporary Crafts in New York since 1956 is the new di rector of the Des Moiues Art Center t   

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