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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 29, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper for HM MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The Ntwspoper That Makes AH North lowans Neighbors HOME EDITION VOL M Fmn and UnllwS fntrnaHonil Full MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY FEBRUARY 29 19M COPT Paper Conititi rt fwn tlnn No 11 Russ tie Berlin thre to summit outcome One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO U3W pm Sunday WOI Amei 640 pm Tuesday WTAD Quincy 910 pm Thurj WSUI Clly 910 am Sat He came to scorn Left to praise DT SO LONG AGO a mag azine writer known for his dislike of anything savoring of sentimentality came into th office of Gen Alfred M Gruen ther president of the American National Red Cross There wa no doubt about his intention HI was gathering material for the kind of expose he has written about other organizations am causes Richard Carter was the nam of this writer His writing is fea tured in Holiday a publicatio about the size of Life and Loo with a special appeal to Amer cans who travel extensively I gives them a preview of som of faraway places the might like to visit Gen Gruenther offered an un qualified assurance to Carte that he would have access t any and all information abou the Red Cross that there ar no sacred cows or organization All we ask he suggeste with a smile is that you te the truth What Richard Carter learned about the American Red Cross is told in an 8000 word report featured in the February issue of Holiday under the heading The Controversial Red Cross FAR FROM BEING an ex pose the Carter article is es sentially a hymn of praise couched in the language of the sophisticate Even though that was what he was looking for the Holiday writer could find no major fault or shortcoming in this agency chartered by Congress but dependent on its thousands of volunteer workers Plebiscite proposal rejected Strategy by Khrushchev EMBRACE FOLLOWS CEREMONY few traces of fatigue Presi oent Eisenhower fondly embraces Ar turo Frondizi Argentinas head man after they put their signatures on a JAKARTA Indonesia viet Premier Nikila Khrushchev Monday said t h c Soviet Union will sign a separate peace treaty giving East Germany control of West Berlin if the Big Four summit talks in May fail to reach agreement on an over all German settlement Khrushchev spoke at a news conference following his return from Bogor where he agreed to lend Indonesia a million credit in an effort to check this Southeast Asian nations slow drift Westward Thc Soviet threat lo sign a separate peace treaty with East Germany in recent weeks has been repeated at intervals But this was the first time Khrush chev had tied it to the outcome of the May summit conference THE QUESTION of Berlin is one of eliminating vestiges of World War II the Soviet leader declared We cannot talk aBout peace without eliminating thesevestiges Khrushchev said the Soviet Unien is trying to convince the West of the n e e d for a peace treaty on all Germany If this is not concluded he said the Soviet Union will sign a separate agreement with East Germany preceded Eisenhowers departure for j that L i postwar agreements affecting AP friendship declaration COMING OUT No that candle isnt goingon its coming out for investigation How come asks Deani Ann Heitland that I get only one candle when 1 was born in 395G Its going to be a few years before her mother Mrs Burr Heitland Oil Carolina N E will be able to explain it to her Dcara was the only baby born in Mason City Feb 29 195G the last Leap Year Siege of oratory readied Civil rights debate opens WASHINGTON UPl Senate wits ready Monday to be gin 21hour sessions in an effort to force action on a civil rights bill iiul Southern wtrt prepared lo launch i siege oratory Dixies senators warned last cck they were ready to talk s long as necessary even for ninny weeks in opposition to 10 administrations sevenpoint vil rights program But the majority of the cham er spurred by Northern Dem crats gave every appearance f being set to hang on until 6mcrnber Southern bloc gave ut of words ARMY COTS were up in lie cloakrooms key Senate em ployes were put on staggered vork schedules and the Capitol planned to remain open constantly as senators and heir aides prepared to spend days and nights on the job The Senate has not held round theclock sessions since 1957 when Sen Strom Thurmond D SC set a filibuster record with a continuous speech of 24 hours and M minutes against a civil rights measure The longest session in history however was 35 hours and 19 minutes in 1954 inter rttplcd only once for a 24minute recess during debate on amend ments to the atomic energy act develop Chile the next stop on his rigorous La tin America tour cow President moves on to Santiago SANTIAGO Chile WJ Hun dreds of thousands of Chileans showered President Eisenhower with cheers and flowers Monday iowa CIear to cloudy and c Kn continued rnlrl thrrmah Tiifisi North Clearc to cloudy and continued partly cold through Tuesday Low Mon day night 510 below Highs Tuesday 1722 Stock list is expanded Another service to readers of the market page starts with Germany would cease to be valid and West Berlin would come under the authority of Communist East Germany be cause West Berlin stands on ter ritory belonging to the Commu nist German Democratic Repub lic jected the idea of a German jplcbiscitc to determine whether this edition In addition to the Soviet or Western plan for the common stock quotations unification of that divided coun provided by our wire services Hry should be accepted US GlobeGazette now is Secretary of State Christian A 8 founddead in snowbound house THOMSON III Wl An auto dealer trudged through heavy snow along the banks of the Mississippi River to reach the se cluded house of an employe Sunday and found him and seven other members of his family dead KHRUSHCHEV ALSO re Thc fr0icn bodiesof Lcrov C Hcnsel 59 his wife Dora 53 as he rolled triumphantly into Santiago on his South American Aconsiderable part of welcome burst out be 8000 words is given over to expectations as he reached questions and the criticisms which arise so often with re spect to the Red Cross Like dominoes each of the straw men topples under the weight of truth Thc Red Cross did not sell supplies which were supposed to go to our service men for free the Red Cross is not judge of when or whether a lad in service is entitled to a home the third stop on his tour Only one minor incident marred his welcome to this ec onomically troubled country on South Americas Pacific Coast Communist union workers shouted Down with the United States as Eisenhower and President Jorge Alessandri of Chile passed the unions head quarters THE WORKERS had pushed leave the Red Cross does notjup a picture of Premier Fidel charge for blood the Red Cross Castro of Cuba as the presiden tial motorcade approached Aft er the motorcade had passed did not originate or even ap prove the plan under which there was anominal charge to servicemen area clubs offduty in rear running a supplementary list provided through the courtesy of Lam son Bros Co In continued cold through Tuesj providing these added quota tions we have endeavored fo day Low Monday night 515 below north 5 below to 5 above south Highs Tuesday 1525 Further outlook Partly cloudy continued cold Wed nesday i FiveDay Iowa Temperatures for the week will continue much below normal with aft ernoon highs ranging general ly from 20 to 25 Overnight lows will range from 5 below to 10 above Precipitation will average 10 to 15inch occurr ing as snow about the middle of the week Herter has been reported consid ering proposing s uc h a pi ebi scile We are not going to take part in such a plebiscite and we are and their six children were discovered by Eddie Shuicr for whom Hcnsel worked as a mechanic Thc Icnsel children four daugh ters and two sons ranged in age from 7 to 17 years Dr L B Husscy Carroll County deputy coroner said the eight apparently died of asphyxiation a week ago in the four room house the family building An oil burner in the house was extinguished and the oil tanks were empty Current events select those in which residents iagainst the participation of any of this area have shown most jother country in such a plcbi interest since this would be inter fering in the internal affairs of Cold due to stay in Iowa Its still cold in Iowa and its still going to continue that ianother country declared Khrushchev SHULER SAID HE decided toj test Ofl DOOQ 15 drive to the Hcnsel home to see if Hensel was sick as he Just how much do you re not been lo Shulcrsj tain when you read the news j garage in nearby Morrison since columns Test your knowledge j OTHER MAJOR menls John F Ken nedy DMass urged increased defense by higher taxes if necessary to avoid what he termed the ad ministrations electionyear gamble with our survival The presidential hopeful called program For an airborne bomber alert itcppedup missile spending and speeded modernization of the Army and Marines Economy Democratic and Republican economic experts in congress agreed the costofliv ing would hold relatively steady this year But this point was one of few on which members ot the two electionminded groups agreed in the annual joint HouseSenate economic commit tee report of t h e nations eco nomic health Democrats said the outlook of price stability proved the administration was unduly concerned with inflation Republicans said it showed of the Eisenhower pro gram of guarding against infla tion Feb 9 Shuler said Hensel had told jhim not to worry if he didnt by participating in the current events test found on page 15 Other features in this The Western plan calls for esihow up for work Somelimts edition labhshment of an allGerman becailse of severc Sn0wslorms Editorials Page 4 government by free UNsuper vised elections in both parts of Germany The Soviet Union pro way The Weather Bureau accom Ipanied reports of Monday tem betwecn the West and East Ger it took him two or three days Comics 7 to dig out The house is a milCi Society News 39 southwest of Ebncr a smail1 railroad switching station soutii man governments persons in the crowd rushed up stoned the picture and union headquarters Police kept the in THAT LAST TROUBLEMAK cidnLunder control IJ E Baughman chief of thei ing order went out over the sig up to 8 am Monday Maximum Minimum GlobeGazette 21 7 weather data jof Thomson in northwestern Illinois A PLEBISCITE in this or But T decided to take a look that state is the sole concern and see if he was sick Shuicr of the countries Khrushchev said We are not His car became stuck in a ivc near iseasonal normals That makeslwant to the two German governJThomson But Shuler leaving this the fourth consecutive weekments can come to agreement his wife their daughter and his of lower than average temperaon this soninlaw in the car waded tures Khrushchev dodged the delij through the heavy snow lo the Minnesota Cloudy continuedperatures ranging down as low cold Light snow Highs Tuesas 15 below zero with a forecast day 1020 readings throughout the GlobeGazette weather dataiweek will be considerably belowj Mason City News 1011 Sports 1314 Clear Lake News 15 North Iowa News 24 SAME US Secret Service estimated up to 8 am Sunday fered innocently from a like orj der in World War I Henrv I signed to narrow the put the crowds gap and equalize privileges asslze arm h 3 between American troops andj but conservative those of our allies who were not f j f been so well paid The YMCA suf j r IT the center of the city the masses of people exploded in cheers He flew over the majesj Minimum Precipitation 29 8 03 vo i iv 111 v j Other Monday morning readjcate question of Hcnsel house ings included 11 below at SpenjChina and its current dispute WHEN I the door cer 9 below at Atlantic 8 Indonesia over the rcscltleji Was shocked Shuicr said He low at Council Bluffs and 7 bejmentof Chinese traders in ruraljfounc Hcnsel and his wife deadi low at Mason City Indonesian areas Dipping into the Carter re port for another item or two Sometimes Red Cross cigarets turned up by nfistake in post exchanges and were sold complete with Red Cross label Sometimes Red Cross supplies were hijacked and sold on the black market tic Andes from Argentina EEFORE LEAVING Argen tina Eisenhower pledged with Argentine President A r turo DES MOINES Iowa Frondizi to work for better livj Tax Commission will be called ing standards in the Americas to discuss how to go about They also agreed in a getting back the in sal tion of Bariloche that their ary paid lo Ben A Pranken governments would continue to after he was dismissed trom Off job 3 months Salary keeps rolling in cots in the living Sometimes a sailor sold hiswork nonintervention from his job with the commission iabroad in the internal affairs last Nov 15 Red Cross sweater to another sailor A third sailor would ask how much it cost and the owner of nations and mutual respect State Auditor Chet Akers among nations said it was up lo the commis The declaration was in gen sion to get the money back fied by letter last Oct 26 that his services were to be ter minated last NTov 15 Records show that Franken turned in his slateowned add ing machine typewriter and briefcase Nov 13 Franken was a sales tax in spector in the Waterloo area He hadworked for the com on folding room Shuicr said he left the house but returned in a few minutes lo sec if any of the children iwere alive He found them dead They were Judy 17 14 Leroy 12 Susan 10 Patriciaj 8 and Jane 7 i The bodies of three of thcj blamed ifour daughters were found in the continued payment on a Onc bedroom The fourth was clerical error jfound in a closet indicating Akers said there has been a sheriffs officials she may Tax ihavc tried to escape from the1 Commission officials substantial turnover in would say factually A buckjeral terms and did not deal spej Akers said his examiners mission since 1948 He lives m VI if Vl 11 and news would spread that Red Cross sweaters knitted by lov ing volunteer hands on the home Continued on Page 2 cifically with Frondizis call 1TAV1K J S OVdllUlj n t t J a news conference earlier Sun discovered that Franken had tcr in Holland near Grundy Cen Commission personnel in the bcdroom The bodies of the two past six months and said a study is being made of hat room phase of the commission Were going to continue the investigation until were satis fied that situations of this na ture are terminated AKcrs bovs were found in another bed day for an increase in U S fi nancial and technical aid to Latin American countries been paid his salary in twoweek checks through Feb 15 although he had been noti Akers said records indicate that Tax Commission officials knew Franken was dismissed said He said Franken was still on the payroll and would have been paid Monday if we hadnt discovered it SUITS STOLEN NEW YORK DPI Singer Bobby Darin who became fa mous for his sons about a thief named Mack the Knife re ported Sunday that someone stole seven of his suits worth from his car AP Photofax JOB MADE EASY A latewinter snowstorm isnt all misery it seems William Brigham West Leyden N Y telephone lineman can reach the wires from atop these drifts Brighams main trouble was fight ing clogged roads to get to the lines   

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