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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 14, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for VOL MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The Newspaper That Makes All North lowans Neighbors and international Full LeM Wire MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY MARCH 14 19W 7o Copy ThU Paper Coiulstf of Two On NO m Nikita reslates trip to France One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO 1300 1245 pm Sunday WOI AMES 610 pm Tuesday WTAD Qulncy 930t pm Thurs WBUI Iowa City 910 am Sat Ike put a best foot forward which Uncle North Iowa and Tuesday accumulating several inches Warmer Mon day nighl lows 1520 Highs Tuesday middle 20s Iowa Snow overspreading slate from southwest becoming heavy over southern half Mon day night with total nesv snow fall in south portion over eight inches Heavy snow continuing southeast elsewhere snow diminishing Tuesday Warmer pXCEPT FOR CUBA is a case unto itself Sam at this moment is better liked in Latin America than has been the case for quite some little time The reason for this of course is the good willvisil paid South America by Presi dent Dwight D Eisenhower By all the tests that can be ap plied he really put a best foot forward for The Colossus o the North as United States is sometimes called by Latin Americans This isnt of course to say or intimate that everything is peaches and cream south of the Rio Grande There were at tempted demonstrations by flea bitten groups Commies Castro followers and Peronists which served to recall the bad time given Vice President Nixon two years ago when he visited Peru and Venezuela Here would be a good place to point out two or three im portant differences of circum stances as between the Nixon and the Eisenhowervisits First it should be mentioned that the host countries tipped off by happened to Nixon had tightened their security ar rangements They were pre pared for the troublemakers this time A SECOND POINT not fo be minimized is that the Kremlin at this time is in a smiling stage so far as international diplo macy is concerned In advance of the summit conference scheduled for later this year Monday night lows 1525 Highs Tuesday in the 20s Fur ther cloudy scattered snow flurries con tinued cold Wednesday Fiveday Iowa Temperatures for the week will average 5 to 10 degrees below normal con tinuing cold with minor day to day changes Average high will be in the 30s and average low will be in the upper teens north and 20 south Snow most ly afaoutTuesclayand Friday will average about 20 to 40 inch of precipitation Minnesota Snow in west soulh clear elsewhere Highs Tues day in 20s GlobeGazeUe weather data up to 8 am Monday Maximum 21 Minimum 13 At 8 am 1 YEAR AGO Maximum 44 Minimum 25 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Sunday Attack of flu brings achdnge Deny illness diplomatic MOSCOWiW March 23 has been agreed upon as the new date for Soviet Premier Nikita to visit France the Soviet news agency Tass an nounced Monday The visit wil continue until April 3 Khrushchev originally hac planned to start His visit Sun day but it was announced he was forced to postpone it ovei the weekend because of an at tack of influenza THE NEW SCHEDULE cut the French visit to 12 days Hi originally had plannedto spenc 14 but some adjustment hac been expected in view of the tight schedule of French Presi dent Charles de Gaulle this spring De Gaulle will begin a four day state visit to Britain Apri 5 only two days after Khrush chev leaves De Gaulle will g BOTTOMS UP Gov Robert B Meyner of Now Jersey offers a toast for West Germany Chan cellor Konrad Adenauer during a luncheon at the AE Pholotax WaldorfAstoria Hotel in New York Adenauer flew to this country Saturday and meets with President Eisenhower Tuesday for important presummit talks Mercury dips to 13 here lowo in new storms path to the United States April 19 ssucd a blizzard warning for Southern Iowa forecasting more nan eight inches of new snow n that area by Tuesday The new snow will be accom panied by winds up to 35 miles an hour It will pile up on lop of that still remaining from the The Weather Bureau Mondayjmany previous snows this everything light This is sweetness and word has tricHed down to Communist outposts everywhere The Latins were told No rough stuff Aside from the antics of Cas tro followers mostly students and Juan Perons bitterenders in Argentina Eisenhower was confronted only with crowds bent ondemonstrating their es teem for a man of peace And thats what Dwight D Eisenhow er has become a symbol of peace But let nobody believe this mission was any bed of roses It was anything but that Even if it had been all fun it would have been extremely strenuous for a man approaching 70 who has had one serious heart at tack and one major operation within the past five years But what made it really tax ing on his energy was the ne cessity for walking on eggs Theres a delicate balance in our relations with the Latin American nations and theres a delicate balance in the Latin American relations with each other This had to be taken into consideration BACK IN THE DAYS when we announced the Monroe Doc trine which told European pow ers Hands off so far as the Western Hemisphere was con cerned the Latin American na tions were not greatly im pressed by our paternalistic at titude They didnt take it seri ously But as the United States has become stronger and richer there has been a gradually dc veloping resentment in our neighbors to the south The dis proportionate power of Uncle Sam has served to erect a na tural barrier to easy relations Nor has our AngloSaxon heri tage provided any special bone with countries whose roots lay in Spain Portugal and France The first conference aimed at mutual defense was held a Continued on 2 Pioneer passes halfmillion mile mark WASHINGTON Amer cas Pioneer V satellite sped on hrough space Monday after set ing a new long distance com munications record At noon the beachballsize phere passed the 500000 mile mark in its vast solar orbit The new record was setat 8 pm Sunday when NASA re ceiving stations in California and Hawaii picked up excel ent radio signals from the sphere which then was 409060 miles out soaring along at 955 miles per hour Pioneer IV launched a year ago set the previous long dis ance communications record It sent back signals from 407000 miles before its radio batteries went dead The suns rays pro vide the electricity to operate the newest Pioneers radio Maximum Minimum Precip 08 26 11 snow The prompt announcement of a new date for the visit dis solved speculation that he might be suffering from a diplomatic illness Diplomats here had scoffed at this speculation all along saying he was eager for he presummit talks with De Gaulle But there had been some Western suggestions that Khrushchev had decided it vould not be discreet to foHow up his recent Southeast Asian our in which he denounced col onialism with a formal visit to country many Asians and Africans consider the worst col onial offender THE RUSSIAN people were shocked when a Radio Moscow announcer broke into a routine Sunday musical program to an nounce that Khrushchev had the khrip the Soviet version of he grippe or influenza Normally illnesses of any type to top figures never are revealed Although the Soviet premier will be 66 years old next month SAME month North Iowa will gel several inches the weather man pre dicted The Weather Bureau issued this heavy snow warning Mon day noon Heavy snow warnings have been issued for eastern and southern Nebraska northern and central Kansas southwest Iowa and northwest and west central Missouri and on east ward across southern Iowa and northern and central Missouri and into parls of Illinois by Tuesday there was no anxiety about his condition Tass reported his re covery is expected within 7 to 10 days Thousands of Muscovites have been felled by the capitals usual March flu epidemic Fireman credited with saving three KASOTA Minn UPI unteer Fireman Bill Wilson battled intense heat Sunday night to rescue four boys who lay panic stricken or uncon scious on the bathroom floor of a flaming house Wilsons ef forts saved two young boys and a 16yearold baby sitter but an other child died after being brought to safety Mark Olson 4 perished despite desperate lifesaving acts by volunteer firemen in this tiny Southern Minnesota community near Mankato Fire in Algona church during worship service hunt for Pattee Suicide and violence have been ruled out by Minnesota authorises investigating the lisappearance of Thomas Pat ee 29 671 3rd Pi SE The sheriffs office at Anoka linn said Monday that despite a letter written by Pattee to his amily in Mason City and in the ight of their own investigation hey could not believe Pattee md committed suicide There also was no evidence of vio ence The sheriffs office reported hat several people in Anoka claim they definitely saw Pat tee in Anoka Thursday and Fri day He was seen in downtown Vlinneapolis on Tuesday He lad gone to Minneapolis on a business trip PATTEE HAS BEEN missing irom his home since Tuesday The exact contents of a letter rom Pattee to his family have not been made public The let ter apparently was received in Mason City Friday by a local attorney It was described as a suicide by the man who delivered it to the family The sheriffs office in Anoka said there are no further clues in the case Pattees car was found Thursday morning about three miles north of Anoka on Highway 56 The highway borders the east bank of the Mississippi River A spokesman for the sheriffs office said they believe Paltee had left the Anoka area A search by the Civil Air Patrol broke out in the Trinity Lutheran Church here during the morning wor ship hour Sunday Damage was confined to the roof and the pulpit side of the sanctuary Other portions of the interior had water dam age however The Rev G J C Gerike was just finishing his sermon One of the congregation no ticed smoke coming from the public address speaker in a panel near the pulpit As he stood up to point to it flame burst from the speaker The 450 persons in the con largest that has attended church all win oat with little con fusion using the large front door and two side doors The balcony was filled with chil dren of the communicant class The Algona fire department answered the call Chief Ira Cole said the fire had started in a small closet back of the pulpit where Christmas decor ations are stored The speak ing system and organ were in stalled after the rest of the church was completed in 1950 he said Some of the wires were not enclosed in conduits and it is thought a spark may have fallen into the stored ma terial Sounds fire alarm Rags is a hero OS AGE Rags a colliepolice dog is the hero of the Kent Barker family living on a farm four miles east and four miles north of here At pm Sunday his insistent barking wakened the family The entire barn was engulfed in flames The Osage fire department was able to save the house and surrounding buildings but the barn and all its contents were destroyed In the barn were 16 milk cows a young bull several new calves hay straw a milking machine cooler and tools The adjoining silo was damaged to some extent but Isstill standing The amount of the loss and the origin of the fire had not been determined Monday The barn was partially covered by insurance Rags disappeared after wakening the family When he came back his coat was singed The Barkers think he attempted to go into the burning barn to get the stock Softsell campaign by Stevenson organized NEW YORK W Signs mounted Monday that Adlai E Stevenson intends to wage an active but softsell campaign for a third Democratic presidential nomination Stevenson who has stood on the sidelines so far intends to deliver a series of five or six major addresses upon his return next month from a twomonth South American tour William Carler Attwoad on leave as foreign editor of Look magazine said at his New Canaan Conn home that he has and by riders on horses called off Saturday was THE MASON CITY man who delivered the letter written by Pattee said Monday that he could not divulge the contents Asked about the contents the man replied I cant say Mrs Pattee was in Anoka Sat urday to confer with authorities The sheriffs office said they went over every possible angle Pattees car was discovered with the ignition turned on and the gas tank empty Authorities believe he had left thecar mo tor running when he abandoned it Pattees billfold with about and a briefcase with insur ance materials were found in the car There was no note been engaged to write some speeches for Stevenson The speeches the first of which will be delivered April 12 at the University of Virginia are expected to put Stevensons name back into the limelight The Wall Street Journal said that well heeled Eastern Democratic liberals stand ready to finance this offbeat campaign Supporters of Stevenson con cede the success of the cam paign would be something of a long shot dependent in part on some of the avowed candidates stumbling in the primaries Stevenson is portrayed by those close to him as believing his two presidential defeats were caused by Eisenhowers over whelming personal popularity and as believing he could de feat Vice President Richard M Nixon the prospective Repub lican nominee this year Five more found alive in ruins of Agadir RABAT Morocco w o women and three men all Mo roccans were dug out alive Sunday from the ruins of Aga dir after being entombed 12 days under debris shaken down by earthquakes This brings to 20 the number of survivors res icued since last Tuesday Four inches or more o new now is expected from parts of eastern Colorado and western Nebraska eastward through the central plains with 8 lo 12 inches over southern Nebraska am northern Kansas eastwan through southern Iowa am northern Missouri A storm developing over Ihc southeast Colorado and Okla homa panhandle area is expect ed to move eastward throug Oklahoma recurving northeast ward toward the lower Grea Lakes Tuesday Heavy snow with winds 30 to 35 miles per hour and belov freezing temperatures will cause hazardous condilions over wide area of the central plains Tuesday and highway travel in this area should be discour aged Meanwhile tempe r a t u r e s dropped Monday morning to 14 below zero at Siblcy and 13 be low at Mason City and Spencer Other readings ranged up to 11 above at Burlington Tuesdays lows are expectec to vary from about 10 in the ex treme north to about 25 in the extreme south The further outlook calls for more snow on Friday and tem peratures averaging as much as 10 degrees below normal for the rest of this week On the inside Editorials Page 4 North Iowa News 6 Mason City News 89 Latest Markets 9 Sports 1314 Comics IS Clear Lake News 16 Society News 1617 Alabama action wanted Protest on race violence y THE ASSOCIATED 1KKSS Outbreaks of violence in Ala latest a report that vhile men beat a Negro family vith iron led offi cials of two large organizations o urge President Eisenhower to step into the race situation in that state Roy Wilkins executive sccrc ary of the National Assn for the Advancement of Colored People telegraphed the Presi dent urging action by federal agencies to protect constitution al rights of Negro citizens in Alabama Inaction of the federal gov ernment Wilkins said could result in massacre on a scale hat will dishonor the United stales before the world WALTER REUTHER presi lent of the United Auto Workers Jnion wired Eisenhower asking lim to instruct the attorney eneral to take immediate ac ion in yojtr name to restore law ind order in Montgomery Ma scene of frequent student Icmonslrations and numerous arrests The requests came during a veekend marked by the use ear gas to break up a march of Florida University stu dents in Tallahassee and ral ies prayer services and sit down demonstrations at other places in the South Picketing in support of the Ne ro stand for integrated South ern eating facilities occurred in New Jersey New York Massa chusetts Michigan Kansas and Colorado WILKINS ORIGINALLY asked for presidential action March 10 He said Sunday he was renew ing therequest because of a re port of a Negro family at tacked in their Bessemer Ala home by white men wielding pipes Robert Jones 20 a college student told police 9 or 10 white men broke into his house Sat urday night and beat him his mother Mattic Mae Jones 45 and his sister Luvina 18 The mother was hospitalized with a broken leg and finger Jones and lis sister were treated for cruises and abrasions George W Barron Bessemer police chief said he was inves igating the beating report but had made no arrests Jones was n a group of Negroes arrested at Birmingham several weeks ago while distributing antiseg regation literature Negro rallies in four stales at tracted nearly 40000 persons Trucker killed in crash near Rhodes RHODES Iowa UPI A crash of two semitraiier Irucks near here early Monday killed one driver and injured another Waller F Sellner 40 Des Moines was killed in the crash when he was tossed out of the truck following the collision ATTEND STRIKE MEETING Ac tors Ronald Reagan left and James Cagney together with Reagans wife Nancy chat at the Hollywood Palladium as the Screen Actors Guild members dis cussed their strike against major film studios Reagan president of the guild said there have been no major proposals for settlement The actors are asking for a slice of profits on films sold to TV   

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