Mason City Globe Gazette, January 25, 1960

Mason City Globe Gazette

January 25, 1960

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 25, 1960, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper for MM t MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The Newspaper That Makes All North towantNeiqhb VOL n gnbors rxJ hcu MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JANUARY H 1WO Two On BA MacDonald retired NW States executive is dead B A Burt MacDonald 76 retired vice president and as sistant general manager of the Northwestern States Portland Cement Co died Sunday evening at his home 645 7th N E He had lived more than 40 years in Mason City Mr MacDonald had been with the cement company 35 years at the time of his retirement March 31 1954 He had held a num ber of executive positions since his start with the company 1 1919 as sales manager under C H MacNider then presi dent and general manager He had gained his knowledge of the business as an employe of the Marquette Cement Manufacturing Co starting as stenog rapher and rate clerk at LaSalle Ind and advancing to sales manager in the Chicago office Previous to that he had been em on the Chicago North Vestern Railway He was born March 25 1883 n a farm in Wayne County few York son of Hugh and larion Culver MasDonald He moved with his parents to Chi ago when he was 11 years of ge During his first 10 years with Northwestern States Portland ement Co Mr MacDonald resided over sales and traffic One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO 1390 pm WOI Ames 610 pm Tuesday WTAD Qulncy 930 pm Tburs WSUI CUT 9IO am Sat Red China has the ways of a brigand NOTICED how quiet the once TTAVE YOU extremely vocal advocates of admitting Communist China to the United Nations have been in recent months Whether theyve sensec the underlying truth or whether they are just waiting for a more propitious time to revive the proposal remains to be seen In a TV interview not long ago Indias Nehru gave the ap pearance of choking on his words when he stated that he still favored UN membership for his warlike neighbor Spokes men for Britain show a disposi tion to talk about weather whenever subject is brought up Theres nothing new abou Mao Tsetungs behavior in Tibet and along the border o northern India He and his forces are behaving precisely as they did in Korea and in IndoChina The only thing proved by these new manifesta tions of Red Chinese brigandage is that the leopard hasn changed its spots In short the undeviating course of the United States ha been justified anew Theres n new evidence in the case It just a further confirmation o what anybody without dust o stars iu his eyes should have been able to recognize when ou starryeyed boys began talkin about Mao and his followers a agrarian reformers WRITING in the America Legion Monthlys current issue Henry C Wolfe one of our mor perceptive observers of th world scene gave answer those who in question and an swer periods at his public ac dresses ask him to justif Americas continuing refusal t recognize Red China I justify it on two he replied 1 The survival of the fre world 2 The moral issue If we recognized R e China he contended our ac tion would have a devastatin effect throughout all Asia an beyond Free nations whic until now have withstood Re Chinese pressure would see i our action a capitulation to th Peiping aggressors They woul be influenced to get on the Re Chinese band wagon before was too late and we would se the rest of Asia slip behind th Bamboo Curtain Morally Henry Wolf added the Red Chinese hav no case They were aggressor in Korea and have been so de clared by the United Nations They were aggressors in Indo China and that tragic Hungar of the East Tibet Red China is still technica ly at war with the United Na tions Wolfe concluded on th point It has brutally refuse to account for hundreds American military prisoners an continues to pursue a course o international outlawry ONE OF THE ARGUMENT frequently advanced in favor o Continued on ctivities building up a wide cquaintance and getting a thor ugh knowledge of conditions in ic trade territory AUG 5 1929 he was named ssistant to the president and ecame t he active operating ead of the company during the ear that W H McCourtie eaded thecompany When the management re urned to the MacNider family n 1930 with Hanford MacNider s head of the company Mr lacDbnald was elected vice resident and assistant general manager and continued in this apacity until his retirement le also was elected a director f the company in 1934 From 1937 until December 958 he also was a director of lutual Federal Savings and oan Assn and served as pres dent of the association from 949 to 1954 MR MacDONALD mar ied to Alice Lee Jones of New port Ky at Bedford Ind Aug 10 1906 Surviving are his wife three laughters Mrs R C Marion Stoecker Chicago MrsLloyd R Alice Goyer Charles City and Mrs C H Ruth Corby Forest City three grandchil dren and a sister Miss Marie MacDonald Warrenville III He was preceded in death by a sis er and two brothers He was a member of the First Methodist Church Masonic odge including Shrine Elks odge and the Euchre and Cy cle Club He was a former member of the Minneapolis lub Des Moines Club and the Mason City Country Club arrangements are in complete The MajorErickson Funeral Home is in FRENCH TROOPS LEFT KEEP CLOSE WATCH ON ALGERIA RIGHTISTS BEHIND STREET BARRICADE AP 1hotolnx Protest boils against De Gaulle Diehards holding out in Algiers ALGIERS diehard French rightists held out Mon day behind makeshift barri cades in the heart of Algiers Dawn found the capital quiet but tense in the wake of Sunday nights fighting and panic that left 21 persons dead and 153 wounded The army seemed firmly in control for two pockets where about 1000 insurgents were holed up The uprising against Presi dent Charles de Gaulles self determination policy pitted Frenchman against Frenchman in Algeria already bleeding from a fiveyear revolt of na tionalists A stiff military censorship was imposed on outgoing news dispatches but there was no ob jection to calling Sundays ris ing a fight to keep Algeria French Trucks of paratroopers lined Avenue Pasteur along the west ern flank of the barricaded areas The holdouts showed signs of their allnight watch as they silently stared at passers by who hurried along in the bleak dawn Despite a military order ban ning assemhly of more than three persons groups gathered around the barricaded area and stared grimly at the insurgents who had hoisted tatterec French tricolors Here and there merchants who shuttered their windows when he rioting broke out Sunday night began to open their stores The three Algiers daily news papers all censored sold quick y They printed dispatches re porting minor demonstrations of sympathy in Oran and Constan tine Inside the barricaded area re bellious groups sang a rousing Marseillaise THE GOVERNMENT Building on Forum Hill scene of Sunday B A MacOONALD Ottumwa girl dies of rodent bites OTTUMWA M a r s h a Payne 2monthold daughter of Mr and Mrs Philip Payne Ot tumwa died Monday after be ing bitten severely on both legs by what Coroner Gorden Traul described as some type of ro dent The girls father said the child cried Sunday night he arose and fed her without turn ing on the lights When he awakened Monday morning he loss in Cedar Rapids Elks Club fire CEDAR RAPIDS Only the brick walls remained Monday of the Elks G 1 u b building in downtown Cedar Rapids which was destroyed by fire Three firemen suffered minor injuries fighting the which caused an estimated 5250000 damage Club officials said it would cost one million dollars to replace the club which vas to have been the site of the state Elks convention in May Firemen said the blaze started in a womens dressing room near the kitchen The cause was not determined No one was in the building when the fire broke out Sunday morning The club recently was remod eled at a cost of 350000 Richard Nazette exalted ruler s a i d a new building probably will have to be constructed He said most of the loss was covered by in surance CORNERSTONE LAID AMES cornerstone of a new million facility de signed to increase mans knowl edge of metals and metal pro duction and to make significant contributions to the US nuclear power program was laid Mon day noticed that her bleeding he said legs were SAME Hoffq colls Kennedy Most dangerous man WISCONSIN DELLS Wis UPI Teamsters Union presi dent James Hoffa Monday charged that Sen John F Kennedy DMass was a Millionaire playboy and a phony liberal Hoffa here at the request of about 325 truck drivers in a teamsters local who want to form a union of their own He denied their request and then launched into a tonguelashing of Kennedy Kennedy Hoffa said is the most dangerous man in the country today He is responsible for passing the worst piece of labor legislation in the history of the United States The union leader referred to the LandrumGriffin labor bill in his speech before about 900 persons at a luncheon Meanwhile the senators brother Robert former chief counsel for the labor rackets committee said in Fond Du Lac Wis that Hoffa has marked my brother for political ex tinction Robert said there was no question that Hoffa would spend money in Wisconsin to defeat his brother in the April 5 Democratic presidential primary Rematch of Gilmour and Kyi possible WASHINGTON UPI Rep John Kyi who woni election to Congress in a special election Dec 15 announced Monday he will be a candidate for reelection for a full twoyear House term this year Kyi was elected to fill the unexpired term of the late Rep Steven V Carter a Democrat as repre sentative from the 4th District State Sen C Edwin Gilmour D whom Kyi defeated in the special election also has an nounced he will seek the full term post this year Navy begins search for airliner in Gulf NEW ORLEANS WVThe Navyj Monday started to probe the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico for wreckage of a National Airlines plane that carried 42 persons to their death two months ago Investigators hoped the wreck age might tell them whether a bomb explosion sent the DC7B hurtling into the water Nov 16 They also sought to determine if a missing Tampa man was one of the 29 persons whose bodies have not yet been found The missing man William A Taylor 69 was a friend of Rob ert Vernon Spears who was listed as a heavily insured pas senger on the plane but turned up alive in Phoenix Ariz last week The FBI said the 65yearold naturopath who took out 000 flight insurance in his own name had blasting equipment in his luggage when he was ar rested Taylors divorced wife said she believed Spears may have hypnotized Taylor into taking his place on the doomed plane Two Navy vessels headed to the Up of Louisiana to in vestigate an object located by sound gear under several hun dred feet of water Diving ex perts said there was no way to tell in advance what the objec was It might be the plane I might be just the hulk of an old ship North Iowa Colder and cloudy Monday night and Tuesday Snow flurries and northerly winds 2030 miles an hour Monday night diminishing Tuesday Lows Monday nigh 28 below Highs Tuesday 612 owa Cloudy colder Monday night and Tuesday Snow squalls and northerly winds 2030 miles an hour spreading from northwest to east Mon day night diminishing Tues day Lows Monday night zer to 10 below north zero to above south Highs Tuesday 512 north 1220 south Furth er outlook Partly cloudy continued cold Wednesday owa Fiveday Temperatures for the week will average 5 t 15 degrees below seasonal nor mals colder Monday nigh and Tuesday little changi thereafter Average highs an from teens northwest to uppe 20s southeast Average low from zero to 10 below north west zero to 10 above south east Snow toward end of wee should give precipitation ay erage of 10 north to 25 inc south Minnesota Colder flurries Highs Tuesday 0 to 10 above GlobeGazette weather dat up to 8 am Monday Maximum Minimum Precipitation V 20 13 tr of snow Recover bodies of two boys at Des Moines DES MOINES bodic f two brothers who drowned in ie icecovered Raccoon River aturday were recovered Mon ay The victims were Charles Ken is 10 and John Kennis 8 sons f Mrs James Lanning They oppled into open water while laying along the river bank in Vater Works Park and were wept under the ice despite the eroic rescue efforts of their alfbrother Edward Smith 12 nd their mongrel dog Satan Young Smith said he ran along he ice trying to reach the boys a long stick but was driven ack when the ice started to rack under his weight The dog Hinged into the icy water anc ne of the boys clung to the pe or a time but lost his grip in he cold water The dog made is way safely to shore nights clash looked like an months ago rmed camp Steelhelmcted po Gates also ice and riot squads spread out downgrading army rations in the lobbies and corridors The Echo dAlger said in a Tonl page editorial that French blood has been spilled climaxing the disillusionment of which we are drinking the bit ter chalice for so many years Alain dc Serigny publisher the newspaper took part in Sun days demonstration Leaders of the rebellious Frenchmen who had counted on army sympathy and support ad mitted they were fighting a los ing battle The supreme com mander of the French forces in Algeria stood stoutly behind De Stepup in space projects Solons again hear Gates FKOM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON The United States is planning to send at least six sateliites and probci into space during the next 109 days Defense Secretary Thomas Gates Jr revealed this in his fourth appearance in 13 days on Capitol Hill Democrats and Re publicans are continuing their election year sparring over the adequacy of the administrations space program o Gates said the experiments will include a deepspace probe toward the orbit of the planet Venus and five earth satellites studying new communications navigalion and weathercharting techniques DEPENDABLE SPACE ma chinery such as JunoII and ThorAblc will carry part of the oad But during this splurge they will get assistance from newer rockets including Thor Deltas and combinations using the power of the Atlas intercon tinental ballistic missile No manmade sian or American have been sent into space in more than two months Lunik H which took the moons backside pic tures vas the Soviet Unions last success more than three Gaulle and warned will not win the mutiny A BAND OF several hundred insurgents held out on the grounds of Algiers University in the center of the capital and in the adjacent Rue Michelet for a lastditch stand after police and troops broke up mobs of demon strators that swelled to 20000 The diehards defied an appeal from De Gaulle to lay down their arms On the inside Editorials 4 North Iowa News 5 Society News 89 Mason City News 1011 Latest Markets 11 Sports News 1314 Comics 15 Clear Lake News 16 said the recent of the Russian missile threat by US intelli gence is based on a refined and better set of facts and not on guess work Senate Democratic leader Lyndon B Johnson had issued a statement saying the admin islratlon now seems to be plan ning defense on guessing and hunches about Sovet Men tions This he said was in credibly dangerous HOUSE COMMITTEE Chair man Overton Brooks DLa asked Gates to discuss the new intelligence policy which Brooks said he understood was related to the intentions of a possible adversary There are some that inter pret it that way Gates said Then he went on to state that thenew estimates are based on facts and not guess work Brooks questioned Gates about the socalled missile gap Gates replied the United States is admittedly behind the Russians in developing big booster rockets for space ex ploration But Gates said that when ICBM development is tak en into account along with other military hardware our retaliatory capability is oe a sound basis Missiles are only one way of doing this terrible business Gates said We have a number of ways we are in a strong position He said the Atlas and Polar is missiles had been developed nearly three years ahead of schedule AP PboUrfax ASTRONAUTS INSPECT ATLAS al Fla They are Leroy Cooper left Two of the seven astronauts training to and Donald Slayton both Air Force be Americas first man in space stroll in captains Its hoped that this time next front of a gantry housing an Atlas in year an Atlas will boost one of the men tercontinental missile at Cape Canaver into orbit around the earth ;

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