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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 10, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The VOL 98 Associated Press and United Press International FuD Lease Wires Newspaper That Makes All North lowans Neighbors MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY MAY 10 1960 Copy Paper ConOU of Two settonsSetloB No soften 1 Priceless i relics are missing By JOE ALEX MORRIS JR New York Herald News Service v CAIRO One of the greatest mysteries in Egypt today is not whether President Gamal Abdel Nasser will turn East or West but what happened to some 23 000 valuable Pharaonic relics now known to be missing from the Cairo Museum This is the number of pieces not found by Prof Selim Has san who was appointed last year to make the first complete inventory of the museums treas ures As a puzzle it rivals the Sphinxs inscrutable smile Prof Hassan and other ex perts believe that this incred ible number of missing relies mounted gradually over the years since 1958 when the first Egyptian museum was founded The collection has been moved twice since then as it grew and it was twice removed from the present museum to the relative safety of the basement during the two world wars Over the last century the opportunities have been great for those with sticky fingers particularly be cause until now no one knew ex actly what was in the museum LAST YEAR was a specially trying one for the people who run the Cairo Museum a 60 yearold massive Victorian relic itself which frowns out upon Lib eration Square in the heart oJ the city This touristic mecca oi Pharaonic lore suddenly found itself called to account for the accumulated sins of the past This curators nightmare be gan when a visitor noticed thai some valuable gold pieces saic to be among the most ancient money ever found were not in the display case where the cata logue said they should be This was followed by the discovery oJ the loss or theft of a g o 1 c sceptre from the tomb of King Tutankhamen who lived about 3300 years ago Of almost equal embarrass ment was the discovery of sev eral neglected crates full of val uable antiquities on t h e very grounds of the museum They were found by an employee who had gone to root out a stray dog which had broken into one of the treasure chests and turned it into a lowly doghouse THESE AND other factors caused a belated realization in government circles that they had only the vaguest idea what was stored and exhibited in this the richest repository of ancienl Egyptian relics Accordingly they called 68yearold Prof Hassman out of retirement to make the first scientific survey of what they have or do not have That was six months ago anc now Prof Hassan has finished his job He didnt find any of the missing relics as was hoped But he did discover that alto gether some 23000 pieces are missing There may be even more as he only had a chance to check on some 19500 of an estimated 80000 relics stored in the museums cavernous base ment The basement by itself is a source of wonder It is likely to prove the richast find o Egyptian antiquities For past decades new hauls from the archeological sites have been piled helterskelter into its sub terranean depths without ful registration and todayno body knows for sure what is there Hassan said that in its dim reaches are staked some 500 crates full of mummies statues etc THE BASEMENT is now sealed off but inquiring Prof Hassan had a chance to look at perhaps a fourth of t h e total number of pieces stored there during his inventory He es timated it would take him an other five months to do a care ful inventory of its treasures He declined to give specific details of what he found but he did say that some of the antiqui ties gathering dust there were more beautiful than some ex hibits upstairs arge appro ach DEMONSTRATION IN PEIPING Carrying ban ners and placards crowds raise clenched fists in Peiping during a demonstration described by the Peiping Radio as a mammoth rally against a pro AP Photofax posed JapanU S military alliance The Peiping Ra dio claimed more than a million people took part in the demonstration On the Inside Editorials Page 4 North Iowa News 5 Society News 89 Clear Lake News 10 ComicsTl Sports 1314 Latest Markets 16 Mason City News1617 Cold wet weather to cut turnout CHARLESTON W Va UPI Cold wet weather over much of West Virginia threatened to cut into Tuesdays turnout for a presidential contest between frontrunning Democrat John F Kennedy and Hubert H Humph rey Earlier predictions based on forceasts of nearly ideal weath er had said a near record num ber of 400000 or more Demo crats would go to the polls to give their answer to the ques tion of whether it would be a risk to nominate a Catholic for president Instead the weather was mis erable over all but the southern tip of the state Temperatures were in the 40s Rain ranged from a drizzle at Wheeling in the northern panhandle to a steady downpour in Fairmont and Charleston Polls were to close at pm Some precincts in the south ern section reported crowds al ready in line when the doors were opened But the weather was expected to cut the turnout of Democrats to between 360 000 and 390000 Senator Kennedy also put his prestige on the line in Nebraska where he was unopposed in a presidential primary A near record turnout of about 225000 was expected in that Midwest state Cresco mon hit WASHINGTON Wl US nuclearpowered submarine Tri ton completed Tuesday an un derwater 36000mile trip around the world j The historic 84day voyage traced much of the route of the first trip around the globe by the surface ships of Ferdinand Magellan The Magellan expedi tion took more than three years 151922 The historymaking submerged cruise by the worlds biggest in neck by bullet dies Bouril 56 tool and die maker died Mon day after he was struck in the neck by a bullet from a 22 rifle he was cleaning A resident of Cresco for 12 years Bouril was cleaning the rifle in the basement when it ac cidentally discharged The slug severed an artery and Bouril died a few minutes later Funeral services will be Thursday at 10 a m at the Bouril home with burial in Cal vary Cemetery at Cresco His wife Mary and two sons John and Jerry survive Thr Bradley Funeral Home is in charge FIRE LOSS ODEBOLT UPI One sec tion of the Green Bay Lumber Co yard was destroyed by fire here Monday submarine was partially broken scribed as a submerged cruise twice as she girdled the globe or underwater island came u again on May 2 off Cadiz Spain ONCE OFF Montevideo Uruto honor Magellan who saile guay the Triton thrust her superstructure above the water to transfer a critically ill chief piorati0n JA SIIMII O i from there on his epochal firs roundtheworld journey of ex petty officer to the cruiser Ma jyvuij iv JjUL UULI1 Lulled tilt ill con She added 2000 miles to of tne ship remained sealed a her cruise to make the rendez vous for the crewman suffering from kidney stones and fell several days behind schedule if submerged The skipper of the Triton Capt Edward L Beach wa picked up by helicopter off th Iowa Mostly fair Tuesday night and Wednesday Lows Tues day night in the 30s with chance of frost north portion Warmer Wednesday highs in 50s east to lower 70s extreme northwest North Iowa Mostly fair Tues day night and Wednesday Chance of scattered frost Tuesday night with low 32 to 38 Warmer Wednesday high 52 to 62 Minnesota Occasional cloudi ness through Wednesday A little warmer most sections Wednesday Continued cool Tuesday night with scattered frost or freezing tempera tures lows 28 to 35 Highs Wednesday 55 to 63 northeast 63 to 73 southwest GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum 60 Minimum 35 At 8 am 43 Precipitation 06 YEAR AGO Maximum 63 Minimum 52 New Hampton man escapes but kin drowns in river FREDERIKA James Condon 24 Waterloo drowned Monday evening in a boating ac cident on the Wapsipinicon River here Condon and his brotherin law Jim Edgar New Hampton were fishing above the dam when their boat was swept over the dam Both men were thrown from the boat Edgar clung to some brush and was rescued by members of the Frederika fire depart ment Rescue crews from Frederika and Waverly were dragging the river for Condons body The vessel sometimes deDelaware coast Tuesday an flown to the White House to re ceive the Medal of Merit from ews m a utshell FEOM OUR WIKE SEEVICES NEW YORK Harry S Truman who says he was snubbed by Dwight D Eisenhower on the White House steps said Tuesday that wont keep him from welcoming Ei senhower to the For mer Presidents Club as soon as hes eligible WASHINGTON A pharmacy school dean told Congress Tuesday the naming of drugs in this country is in a state of confusion He urged that the Food and Drug Administration be given authority to straighten it out SEOUL About 100 day laborers defied mar tial law regulations Tues day to demand in a street demonstration that the government conf is c a t e the wealth of business men who profited from the Syngman Rhee re gime JOHANNESBURG Twentyone white wom en held in jail under emergency regulations Tuesday threatened to go on a hunger strike un less the government re leases them before Fri day or files formal charges against them if MONTGOMERY Ala Joseph Stephens was fined Monday for stealing flowers from Oakwood Cemetery to sell on Mothers Day INVITE TO IKE SEOUL Korea South Korean National Assembly Tuesday agreed to invite Presi dent Eisenhower to address it during his June 22 visit to Korea President Eisenhower THE 42YEAROLD B e a c served as Eisenhowers nava aide for four years The Triton was designed as radar warning submersible She is this pre sumably the ship to be powered by dual nuclear reactors Her submerged circumnaviga tion trip was longer than under ice voyages of the Nautilus Skate and Sargo in their polar trips which included runs from Hawaii to the Atlantic via the North Pole But the Triton despite her weeks of underwater travel ap parently still did not surpass the submerged endurance record per cent of the county Demo But both times the main par Wife in denial of spy charge Powers paid month MILLEDGEVILLE UPI Pretty Barbara Powers 25 sat under windswept Georgia Pines Tuesday and denied in a soft but irm voice that her husband i a spy Naturally I am very con cerned about my husbands safe ty and welfare she said in her irst interview since her hus jand Francis G Powers wa ither shot down or forced to and his jet plane in Russia I can only wait and hope tha he will be returned soon the attractive brunette said in voice that quavered at times SHE RECALLED that Sovie Premier Nikita Khrushchev who personally anounced to the world that her husband had been brought down had taken steps in the past to reunite separated families She said i is her hope that he will do thi same in her case also have every confident that our State Department am government are doing every thing possible to bring about hi early release Mrs Powers left leg was a cast from what she said wa an attempt at learning to wate ski She said she plans to re main here with her mother Mrs Monreen Brown for th present She was escorted to a met glider in the front yard unde the trees by her physician Dr James Baugh Seated with he were her mother and her siste and brotherinlaw Mr an Mrs Fred Finlay of Albany Ga SHE WAS courteous but tens in the presence of newsmen My name is Barbara Pow ers she said three times s that television cameramen coul get the range of her soft voic for their sound tract She said her husband 1 been an avid flier since he wa a child but said he discussed hi missions for Lockheed Aircraf Corponly in general terms She knew that his monthl paycheck was about bu said the money except for liv ing expenses was sent directl to their bank She did not who signed the checks Mrs Powers said her husban is a Lockheed pilot assigned1 weather reconnaissance wor and that they know about si other fliers who are doing th same thing of 60 days set by the submarine Seawolf while cruising in the Atlantic The Navy disclosed Dec 31 that the Triton was being pre pared for what was described only as an extended cruise Johnson tells Russians US wont cfiVicfe WASHINGTON ate Democratic Leader Lyn don B Johnson served notice on Soviet Premier Nikita S Khrushchev Tuesday that he cannot use the US spy plane incident to divide the Ameri can people and weaken our national strength But the Texas Democrat added that if blunders have been made the American peo ple can be certain that Con gress will go into them thor oughly Johnson made his state Protest note to America Hope for good summit climate By HENRY SHAPIRO MOSCOW UPI The So viet Union protested formally to the United States Tuesday about the flying spy mission merits on the Senate floor aft the American U2 jet plane 11 at A IT n it ii 1 er telling newsmen that out of this will come a reevalua tion of whether we are doing as much as we should to pro tect and preserve our way of life Johnson said the incident will call extra attention to both the space program and the nations overall defense posture Both are now before Congress Builders named for new school The contractors who are to build the Central Catholic High School at Mason City were named Tuesday by The Rev William F Powers The area council of adminis tration for the school and tlu building committee of the Arch diocese of Dubuque hav granted Father Powers pcrmis sion to begin negotiations with Davey and Moen Mason City Harris Plumbing Co St Paul and H C Determan Electric Soviet retaliation against nations allegedly shot down over Siber ia May 1 A news conference held at tha U S Embassy disclosed that a protest note over the incident had been handed to American Charge DAffaires Edward Fe reers by Foreign Minister An jdrei Gromyko during a cor ect and pleasant interview at he foreign ministry Tuesday morning Contents of the note were not mmediately published by the Soviets BUT THE circumstances sur Bounding its presentation indi cated a Soviet softening of tha propaganda barrage againsfc he United States in view of next weeks summit meeting in Paris Diplomatic sources said the Soviet Union made an emphat ic protest over the Americans planes May Day flight There were these other de velopments Soviet Premier Nikita Khrush chev sent letters to the West indicating he does not feel the plane incident will have any grave effect on the forthcom ing summit conference Khrushchev warned at a Czechoslovak Embassy recep tion Monday night of possible Mason City DAVEY AND Moen bid S697 000 on the general contract Harris Plumbing bid 5180797 on which provided bases for U S reconnoissance planes like tha one reported shot down May 1 At the same time however Khrushchev added that Russia the mechanical contract and wants only peace and friend Determan bid on electrical work Father Powers who is vice president and secretary of the high school corporation said ship with the United States and its allies THE SOVIET Premier singled out U S Ambassador Llewel nign SCnOOl CUlplUiiuuu that no contracts have yet Thompson to say that he sisned The bids total h great respect for him gne Father Powers reported that and was sure he had nothing on the basis of informal reports to do with the aenal intrusion from the 11 parishes the fund of Soviet territory Thompson XI an TTUtTO tA KHrHI drive now is very near the Sl 000000 goal originally set IN ADDITION to the two Ma son City parishes the nine which are building the high school are Clear Lake Manly Plymouth Rockwell Carters left Moscow en route to Paris this morning Francis G Powers the 30 yearold Albany Ga pilot who flew the U2 reconnoissance air craft that caused all the furore was last reported in Moscow He is believed still here prob ville Swaledale Hampton Duiably still undergoing question mont and Geneva Jin Work on the school is exj The wreckage of Powers BACKED pected to begin in the very n plane was being mount DES MOINES Fatner povers said Itjed in Gorki Park in Moscow 2r cent of the county Demowjjj be jn tbe southwestJTuesday for showing to the pub corner of Mason City The 45jlic tomorrow acre site is located on the southj TRE safeite side of Highway 106 across he cautiously optimistic road east from Central Heights abmjt prospects for Ae suramitj 1 t ji cratic conventions held recently endorsed Gov Herschel Love less as a favoriteson candidate for president Democratic Na t i o n a 1 committeeman Don Mitchell Fort Dodge said Mon day AJP Phototax UNDERWATER TOUR Capt Edward L Ned Beach stands on the bridge of the nuclearpowered submarine USS Triton which reportedly has com pleted an underwater trip around the globe School Original plans are for it to house 600 students but it can be expanded if needed Hughes puts light on split DES MOINES two factions in despite the plane incident Khrushchev and other Soviet leaders have carefully refrained from attacking President Eisen hower personally for responsi bility in the planes flight The main targets for Soviet anger have been the Central Intelli gence Agency the State Depart ment and the Pentagon 1 A State Department Press i Officer Lincoln White said b this country would hon tne Iowa Demoor its commitments for the cratic Party and Lt Goy Edcornmon Of countries ward J McManus should deLhich once again appear to be clare which side he is on to a policv of intimi Commerce Commissioner by the Soviet govern old Hughes declared Tuesday jment Hughes in conference made public a letter he had sent to the Democratic State Central Committee strongly cri WONT RUN AGAIN THERMOPOLIS Wyo P SIS for governor McManus and Hughes are rivals for thenomination andj a breach between the two has been steadily widening as the campaign for the June 6 pri mary election goes on Hughes demanded that Mc Manus declare in whose camp he is the branch of the party backing Gov Herschel Loveless and Shite Chairman Donald Duke Norberq or the branch supporting former State Chairman Jake More fered a stroke in June 1959 SAME DATE   

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