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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 1, 1960, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for Hie Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 98 The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Associated Press and United Press International Full Uase Wires MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY AUGUST 1 1960 7o a Copy Pjipcr Consists of Two Ona No 252 Castros health breaks Future may be shaky WASHINGTON Ufi Announcement in Havana that Prime Minister Fidel Castro needs absolute rest both physical and mental was interpreted Monday in some LatinAmerican quarters here as designed to prepare Cubans for his indefinite disappearance from public life i Specialists in Cuban affairs said the reference to mental rest amounted to advice not to expect any statements or messages from the 34yearold Castro U S officials said they had no information from the em in Havana concerning Castros ailment that has not CHANCE of RAIN One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE pm Sunday KGLO aSOUi WOI AMES 640 WTAD Qliincy pm Thurs WSCI tows City 910 am Sat How best to deal with communism SHOULD AMERI cans do about that slimy crawling thing called Commu nism How far are we justified in going as we deal with those who are sworn to wipe out our form of government by fair means or foul Were confronted with about as tough a question as ever pre sented itself to the American people Once our country was divided on the question of seces sion and slavery That was a sobering reality but we could sense the dimensions of the problem In dealing with Com munism and Communists more is submerged of the problem than in view It would of course be quite easy to minimize the problem because the number of active cardcarriers today is approxi mately 10000 as compared with the 75000 on the membership rolls when the party was forced to come to the surface in 1945 Nor is that all of the story Weve seen the Daily Worker cease publication for lack of readership and support When Khrushchev in his secret speech condemned Stalin and his meth ods many an American Commy was read out of the party KHRUSHCHEVS clumsy hand ling of the situation in Hun gary was a source of embar rassment to many of our home grown Marxists who had as sumed that after 10 years or so of control in that country the Kremlin would have students and laborers in camp for keeps Then of late there has been a lot of infighting within the ranks of American Communism In the shakeup one Gus Hall succeeded in overthrowing the forces of Eugene Dennis first as keynote speaker at the par tys national convention last De cember in New Yorks Harlem and then as general secretary In a sense Hall seemed to be returning to the approach which had led to the expulsion of Earl Browder from American been published in Havana IN DIPLOMATIC and other circles here there has been some skepti cism about the earlier official announce ment that Cas tro was suffer ing from pneu monia This pm Tuesday was based On the theory that doctors now have drugs CASTRO which usually knock out pneuj monia promptly I Some Latin Americans ing here from Cuba said Cubans told them the last time they saw Castro he appeared to be having great discomfort in walk ing There were also rumors of in ternal hemorrhages and inco herence in speaking Treatment with antibiotics ended a week ago a doctors statement said and now heis on a treatment of absolute rest with a good diet and vitamins to recover rapidly and complete ly CASTROS continuing illness has generated growing specula tion that he may yield control of his least tem porarily to his Yankeehating brother Raul once described by Fidel as even more radical than himself Dr Antonio Rodriquez Diaz who has been treating the Prime Minister was reported by his aides out of the country on pro fessional business There was speculation that his trip might be in connection with Castros illness On the inside Editorials Page 3 Clear Lake News 6 News Quiz 7 Society News 91011 Mason City News 1213 Latest Markets 13 Sports 1516 Comics 18 North Iowa News 19 North Iowa Partly cloudy Moni day night and Tuesday with occasional scattered showers and thunderstorms Warmer Monday night Lows Monday night 62 to 66 Highs Tuesday 86 to 90 Iowa Partly cloudy Monday night and Tuesday with occa sional scattered showers or thunderstorms west and north Warmer Monday night and southeast and extreme south Tuesday Cooler northwest Tuesday Low Monday night mid 60s High Tuesday in 80s Minnesota Mostly fair contin ued warm High Tuesday 88 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Monday Maximum 81 Minimum 59 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Sunday Maximum Minimum 76 47 Miles William Ausrud 47 946 19th SE died Monday noon from a knife stab wound inflicted accidentally while working at Jacob E Decker Sons The wound was inflicted by Martin Monahan 1632 N Fed eral who was attempting to stab a hog in the hog kill de partment Dr J E Christopherson Cerro Gordo County coroner said the incident definitely was an accident Ausrud was an assistant to Monahan in the department Hogs are killed in the de partment fay an electrical shock The leg of one hog not killed fay the shock caught Monahans arm as he attempted to stab the animal As a result Dr Christopher son said Monahan accident ally cut Ausrud Ausrud was taken to a Mason City hospital where he died 40 minutes later Accord ing to a report from Dr Christopherson the knife ap parently punctured a major artery Funeral arrangements for Ausrud are pending at the MajorErickson Funeral Home iOWAS LOVELIEST Sally Neville Miss Iowa for 1960 rests on her throne after being crowned at the Coronation Ball at Clear Lakes Surf Ballroom Sunday night At the right is Joyce Rice Miss Ames who was first runnerup and at the left is the second runnerup Miss Oelwein JoAnn Moore Miss Neville represented Davenport in the pageant More photos page 3 TTXX Sally Nevilles father predicted shed win annual Clear Lake pageant By CHUCK WALK Neville was crowned Miss Iowa were Miss Clinton Judith Ann ilyparents Mr and Mrs Guy ever from that Scotf Count By CHUCK WALK GlobeGazette Staff Writer CLEAR was suc cess on t h e first try for the Davenport Jaycees Sunday night as their candidate in the Miss Iowa Pageant Sally Nev ille 17 danced off with the title The blonde blueeyed Miss Neville was crowned Miss Iowa of 1960 by G o v Herschel C Loveless before nearly 2000 persons attending the Corona tion Ball at the Surf Ballroom here First runnerup for the crown was Miss Ames Joyce Elaine Rice 19 Miss Oelwein JoAnn Moore was second runnerup for the title Other finalists were Miss Clinton Judith Ann Parchen and Miss Iowa City Beth Ilanna Kesterson Miss Rice of course is the national baton twirling cham pion and appeared several times in Mason City in con junction with the North Iowa Band Festival If there was anybody happier than Miss Neville and her fami Mr and Mrs Guy E Neville and 10yearold sis ter o 11 o w i n g the crowning it must have been William Huebner president of the Davenport Junior Chamber of Commerce It was during Huebners term of office that the Miss Daven port contest was started mak ing Miss Neville the first enln ews m a ufshell THE RAILROAD CRASH By DOKAW J SOBOI On the night of July 15 the engineer of a west bound local missed a signal and crashed headon into a high speed express out of Chicago The result one of the bloodiest disasters in rail road history Communisms leadership back on orders from the He had been leaning in 1945 Kremlin too much in the making Marxism direction conform what was referred to as 20th Century Americanism It seems he went a bit too far in considering the importance ol our American peculiarities in party tactics TO JUSTIFY HIS SHIFT to the once despised Browderism Hall quoted Mao Tsetungs call on his people to adapt Marxism to Chinese conditions Remem ber his talk about the hundred then when his people began taking his talk seriously and trying to grow some of the previously unauth orized species of bloom he cracked down with a vengeance Of course those closest to our homegrown Communism J Edgar Hoover for example arent taking this new Marxist line of reasonableness seriously Hoover is recalling that Gus Hall went to Russia in 1931 to attend the Lenin School The curriculum there centers on It strikes me odd that all the serious casualties were in the first seven cars of both trains said Dr Haledjian All except one Jess Fromm you mean asked Inspector Winters What makes you question his death Partly because Fromms niece asked me to investigate to replied Haledjian The inspector went to his files Fromm was on his way to a hardware convention with his business partner Wendell Smith said the inspector Heres Smiths statement According to Smith he and Fromm shared compartment C inthe last car of the local Seci onds before the crash Fromm got up and walked forward to the compartments toilette At the impact Fromrn was standing He was thrown back and struck his head against the ridge of the card table set be tween the facing seats Smith now owns the whole business said the inspector Theres your jnotive Method He could have struck Fromm in the back ofthe neck with the table AFTER the crash But how are you going to prove it I should start replied Haledjian with the obvious lie in Smiths si 0AfOAat a SHIFTS jo B fljpeq Ol The engineer of a westbound local missed a signal and crashed into a high speed express out of Chicago WHAT WAS SMITHS LIE FROM OUB HIKE SEUVIl lis death toll rose to 12 in the ma chinegun slaying by Mos lem rebels of French fam ilies taking it easy on a Mediterranean beach Sunday WASHINGTON U S sixth fleet in the Mediterranean will be bolstered with the addi tion of a third aircraft carrier The 60000ton Saratoga will sail from Norfolk Va Aug 22 UNITED NATIONS The Soviet Union pro posed what would amount to a summit con ference on disarmament at the U N General As sembly opening Sept 20 LEOPO L D V I L L E Congo UN Secretary General Dag Hammar skjold delayed his depar ture from the Congo by 24 hours as he sought a compromise in the bitter dispute over the future of rich Katanga province WASHINGTON U S accused Hussia of hindering U N efforts in the Congo with its charges of Western ag gression there TYPHOON HITS TOKYO UP Typhoon Shirley bore down on Communist China Monday after killing two per sons on the Ryukyuan island of Yonaguni and one on Formosa Loehing dean at SUI dies at 64 IOWA CITY F Loehing 64 dean of the Univer sity of Iowa graduate college died of a heart ailment here Monday Loehing joined the university faculty in 1925 in the department of botany He became the head of the department and held the position for 13 years before his appointment as dean of the graduate college in 1950 Loehing served as president of the Iowa Academy of Science in 195657 and vice president of the Botannical Society of America ANOTHER FORJAYNE SANTA MONICA Calif w Jayne Mansfield gave birth to her third child a 5pound 1 ounce boy at St Johns Hospi tal Monday Loveless to visit Kennedy Discounts ag post rumors DES MOINES Herschel C Loveless said Monday he tentatively plans to visit Democratic presidential nominee Sen John F Kennedy at Hyannis Port Mass Thurs day The Governor said the pur pose of the proposed meeting was to discuss how I can help in the campaign this fall Loveless said Kennedy invit ed him in a telephone conver sation Sunday We did not talk about the secretary of agriculture posi tion but we did talk about ag riculture problems the Gov ernor said Loveless denied rumors that Kennedy had offered the top farm post to him and added that any discussion concerning the agricultural post was pre mature The Governor said I dont plan on being defeated in my bid for the US Senate this fall that Scott County city in the Miss Iowa Pageant Huebner joined his wife and six other couples from Daven port in giving Miss Neville a wellorganized cheering section in the finals Actually the se lection of the 5foot 5inch blonde appeared to be a popu lar one with he overflow crowd Vital statistics for the 114 pound June Davenport High School graduate arc 362436 Adorned in a white nylonor gandy strapless formal with matching pearl accessories Miss Neville received her royal robe from Jacque Baker Miss Iowa for 1959 Miss Neville plans to follow Miss Baker to the University of Iowa this fall where she hopes to enter the nursing school IN HER acceptance speech Miss Neville thanked the pag Lovelcss said he didnt jeant judges and the members know whether the rumor that he would take the agricultural post was started in an effort to offset reports that William of the Davenport and Clear Lake Chambers of Commerce Judges for the pageant were Mrs E Fenton and Don lu uiwci ntJuiw LUUL G Murray Iowa State UniverjHovcy Des Moines Ann Dirk sen and William Underbill Ames and Robert Clark for sily professor was one of those being considered as a Republican replacement for Agriculture Secretary Ezra H IE PJBAUOJ uopeatf B ur guipoads c u SurpuBjs onoAuy atrj u a u pati SAME IOWA DEPARTMENT FIGUKK3 WHO ME Sally Neville Miss Dav held at Clear Lake over the weekend enport has a look of disbelief on her They are leTt Beth Kesterson Miss face as she hears her name being called Iowa City and Judith Ann Parchen as Miss Iowa for 1960 Looking on are Miss Clinton two of the five finalists inthe contest mer US Jaycee president Miss Nevilles parents were Taft Benson Loveless defeated split about their daughters Murray in the governors race jchances before the final selec in 1958 jtion Her father a civil engi jneer for the government thought she would win all along although there were 32 other lovely girls up there i Mrs Neville however didnt think her daughter would win If anybody had told me we would be here like this four i months ago I wouldnt have be jlieved them she said Another member of the Nev Jille family who was pretty sure Sally would win all along I was sister Susan Still another I interested party who picked Sally to win was Mrs Dan Col lins Clear Lake Miss Neville stayed at the Collins home dur ing the pageant ONE OF THE highlights of the evening was when master of ceremonies Ken Kew asked the five finalists three rather loaded questions The ques tions were What do you plan to do with your college education What kind of a date do you appreciate Do you think the network ommentators did ah impartial job of reporting the conven ions To the first question Miss Ntfville answered that sheplans o enroll at the University of owa this fall and go into nurs Ive wanted to do all my life To the second question sha answered that she enjoyed the kind of date that lean havo tin with and can have fun with me She also pointed out P V
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