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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 1, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North Daily Newspaper for tht MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors1 VOL 9t AMoclated Preu and United Prest fun MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY OCTOBIR T 1960 7o t Paper Consists of Two SectionsSection No 304 Thieves held in j South Wanted in North Iowa Larry Dean Spillman and JamesGobeli wanted in Frank lin County for robbery and in Cerro Gordo County for car theft are in jail in Hope Ark Hope police Friday night ar rested the Jwo youths after they fled from a service station with out paying for gasoline Franklin County authorities have charged Spillman 19 Clear Lake Route1 with a robbery at Dows and believe Gobeli 17 119 Hampshire SE was his ac complice THEIR TRUE last name is be lieved to be Broome although they have been using the names of Spillman and Gobeli Ttie two are halfbrothers Cerro Gordo County authori ties have issued a warrant Spillman and Gobeli with the theft last Monday of a 1955 Chevrolet sedan reported missing from the Art Grattidge farm Clear Lake Route 1 The two youths were arrested in this automobile Also found in their possession was a pistol which authorities believe was one of two pistols stolen last week from the Dan SpiHman farm home Clear Lake Route 1 TWO YOUTHS Tuesday walked into the Cozy Corner gro cery store at Dows pointed a pistol at the baby daughter o f Mr and Mrs Norman Erickson and demanded that Mrs Erickson give them money The Ericksons own the store Mrs Erickson and SPILLMAN the baby were alone in the sjore at the time of the robbery Mrs Erickson put about in cash into a paper bag When a gravel truck pulled up in front of the store the youths fled They headed east out of Dows in a 1955 Chevrolet sedan Hope police Saturday said Spillman and Gobeli were ar rested at about 11 pm Friday The youths stopped at a service station at the edge of the com munity bought gasoline and then fled without paying Police were notified by the station at tendant AFTER ARRESTING the two the police noted that the car had Iowa license plates Iowa authorities were notified The Hope police learned that the vehicle was one stolen in Cerro Gordo County Hope police Saturday said Spillman admitted the Dows robbery and two car thefts in Cerro Gordo County According to the Arkansas authorities the youths said they drove from Iowa to California and left California for a return trip to the midwest WHAT PRICE GLORY PASADENA Calif Nancy S Geddes 40 was killed when her new auto struck a light standard and overturned five hours after she bought it police reported On the inside Editorials 4 Church News67 Society News8 Sports MO Clear Lake News 10 Comics 11 Latest Markets 12 Mason City News 1213 Building News1415 North Iowa News 18 Looked like a bomb AP Photofax GETS DOLL FROM DADDY Little Caroline Ken nedy daughter of Sen John F Kennedy is helped out of her fathers airplane here after the senator gave her the big rag doll hes carrying The Democratic presidential candidate spent Friday at his summer home in nearby Hyannis Port and left Saturday to continue his campaign in Chicago and Minnesota 3 lose lives in accidents Three North Iowa residents died in auto accidents Friday Two Titonka brothers were killed three miles east of Algona on Highway 18 and a Klemme woman on a county road a mile northwest of Fonda Killed instantly when their car was struck from the rear by another auto were Falkert Connie Stecker 37 and his brother Henry L 46 both of Titonka The highway patrol said a car driven by Harry Leaneagh 31 was attempting to pass the Steck er car He was unable to pass and rammed the Stecker car as he returned to his lane Robert McArthur Algona was a passenger in the Leaneagh car Neither Leaneagh nor McArthur was injured No charges have been filed pending a complete investigation Henry and Connie Stecker were the sons of Fred N and Corabelle Smith Stecker Surviving are their stepmother Mrs Greta Stecker Lakota two aunts with whom they had lived sev years Etta and Maude Mercury over Iowa due to make comeback Temperatures over Iowa Sat urday morning dipped to a chilly 38 degrees at Mason City and were no higher than 46 at Council Bluffs But southerly winds and sun shine were expected to bring the mercury up into the 60s and 70s in the afternoon A few light showers were like ly in the extreme north Satur day and more widely scattered thundershowers were forecast for the east and south central parts of the state Saturday night and in the extreme south east Sunday Cooler air will move into western Iowa Saturday night and across the state Sunday SAME DAT6W9475 An apple pie for Nik LULING Tex UPI Virginia McCleary said Saturday a mysterious package iht sent Soviet Pnmiir Nikita Khrush chtv centaintd an applt and challenge to debate with her on Communism Vtrsus the American System of Govern mont The only in packaga would of annoonctmonts I sent Mr Khrushchev She did not explain announcements only say that was the challenge to debate Mrs McCltarys package set off a fullfledged bomb scare In NewYork Police took over the package from the Russian U N headquarters and rushed it out to Fort Tilden in an armored truck make sure that a pie was in it as Mrs Me Cleary said The package had been Xrayed earlier and it appeared contain metal and wiring police Khrushchev explodes again in tirade at U N Russia in threat to quitUN UNITED NATIONS UPI Soviet Premier Khrushchev Sat urday raised the threat that Communist countries might quit the United Nations if Red China is not seated Western diplomats said Khrushchevs red faced tirade against the United States and some of its allies also appeared to rule out any chance for a meeting between him and Pres ident Eisenhower which was demanded by the neutralist powers THE ASSEMBLY adjourned until Monday without reaching a vote on the China issue which the United States demanded be shelved without action U S Ambassador James J Wadsworth told the United Na tions later that Khrushchevs behavior in the assembly ses sion casts doubt on the possi bility of serious negotiations for peace Khrushchev pointed his finger wildly at all sections of the audience and even poked him self in the chest several times for emphasis COMING TO THE part of Wadsworths address where the U S representative had ac cused Red China of warlike propaganda against U S im perialism Khrushchev shout ed and why not He referred to Wadsworth as the representative of imperial ist America denounced racial discrimination and lynching in the United States and then incongruously went on to in clude a denunciation of Franco Each outburst brought a round of applause from Khrush chevs Soviet satellite claque CLOUD North Iowa Considerable cloud iness Saturday night and Sun day Lows Saturday night mid 40s Cooler Sunday chance of showers southeast highs low er 60s Iowa Mostly cloudy Saturday night and Sunday with scat tered showers likely southeast Sunday Cooler extreme west Saturday night and over state Sunday Lows Saturday night 40s northwest to near 50 southeast Highs Sunday 60 to 65 Further outlook Partly cloudy warmer west Monday Minnesota Clearing cooler High Sunday near 55 GlobeGazette up to 8 am Maximum Minimum At 8 am YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum weather data 58 38 47 49 35 Teacher dies of accident injuries LITTLE ROCK Iowa The death of a 38yearold grade school teacher in a cartruck collision was reported here Fri day Viola Huisman 38 a sixth grade teacher at Little Rock died at a Rock Rapids hospita a short time after her car col lided with the gravel truck of Irvin Dahlman 41 Rock Rap ids TRANSIT STRIKE MIAMI Fla on Miami and Miami Beach bus lines went on strike Saturday paralyzing the two systems and leaving 150000 persons without transportation Wants seat for Red China then gaveled out of order UNITED NATIONS UP So1 viet Premier Khrushchev touched off an uproar in the United Nations Saturday as he clashed headon with the United1 States in bitter debate o v er Communist Chinas claim to membership He said there could be no world disarmament without Communist Chinas first being given a seat in the U N Khrushchev was interrupted jy Spanish Ambassador Jose Fe lix de Lequerica shouting angry protests from the floor when the Soviet leader called Gen eralissimo Francisco Franco a hangman Assembly President Frederick H Boland banged his gavel sharply Under the rules U N delegates are not free to at tack heads of state personally Khrushchev himself touched off an uproar earlier this week when he interrupted an ad dress by British Prime Minister Macmillan AFTER A relatively calm de cluded His voice rose as he denounced Franco personally Boland ordered the reference to Franco expunged from the record The Spanish ambassa dor took the floor and expressed thinks for this As the envoy appeared Khrushchev strode out of the hall Khrushchev had been an livery of his address Saturday igered by Wadsworths speech Khrushchev continued from notes and waved clenched fists in anger as he responded to a U S indictment of Red China delivered by Ambassador James J Wadsworth which denounced Red China as a regime dedicated to menac ing peace and senseless orgies of hatred Demanding the expulsion of Nationalist China from the U N Khrushchev complained exclaimed the Franco government was ad mitted to U N membership while Red China remained ex N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES HAVANA A Cuban counterrevolutionary was executed by a firing squad at La Cabana for tress It was the first execution here in several months and came on the heels of Premier Fidel Cas tros announcement that any American spies found on Cuban soil would be shot LAGOS Nigeria Nigeria the most populous country in Africa boisterously celebrated its inde pendence from Britian Saturday TOKYO Burma and Communist China signed in Peiping a treaty settling their longstanding bor der dispute Prime Minister U Nu signed for Burma Premier Chou Enlai for China SAIGON Viet Nam American military aid to Laos has been suspended because of the confused political situation in the Buddhist kingdom U S Gen Williston B Palmer said NEW YORK mediators held last ditch bargaining talks to avert a nationwide strike BIG ESTATE NEW YORK UP Comedian Fred Allen left a gross estate of in New York State as sets at his death in 1956 Consid erable real estate holdings out side the state were not included set for midnight Saturday against the General Elecin the tax appraisal filed Fri In order to avoid a hydrogen war we have to cast out this corpse that we have here right out to hell and to introduce a iving body that is the Chinese Peoples Republic here in its ightful place The Soviet leader had delayed lis departure for a weekend rest n order to be present for this debate on whether Red Chinas membership would show up on the agenda for discussion by the whole world organization ALL SOVIET bloc leaders walked out when Chinese Na tionalist Ambassador Tingfu F Tsiang took the floor Wadsworth had asked the as sembly for the 10th straight bar Red Chinas mem bership The item already had been rejected for assembly dis cussion by the 21nation steering committee but the Russians were trying to persuade the full assembly to reverse that action trie Co Stecker Titonka three broth ers Martin Titonka Ferdin and Swea City Bruno Thomp son three sisters Mrs William Josephine Seibert Grimes Mrs Gerrit Anna Klasse Knapp Wis Mrs Dorothy Craig Georgia ALSO SURVIVING are four halfbrothers Stanley Lakota Alvin Woden George Phoenix Ariz Fred Blue Earth Minn and two halfsisters Gertrude Washington Marcella Minne apolis Funeral services are pending at the Blake Funeral Home Titonka Oda Matalia Marie Hansen 41 Klemme was killed when the car she was driving smashed into the rear of a truck on a county road northwest of Fonda The truck driver Lee James Schuler 47 Albert City was not injured SHERIFF KENNETH Rich ardson said Miss Hansen was killed outright when the force of the impact drove the front of her car under the truck box She was crushed against the seat by the cowling and steering wheel of her car Miss Hansen is survived by three brothers Alvin Harry and Ole She was on the way to Fonda to visit a brother who is ill She was employed at the Lewis TV shop in Klemme and made her home with Mr and Mrs Ernest Lewis Rites are pending at the Osman Funeral home Two generals among dead in accident OAKLAND Calif UP Two Army generals and four other persons died Friday in the flam ing crash of a small Army transport plane in a foggy resi dential area near here The high ranking officers were Maj Gen Carl F Fritzsche 57 Bedford Ohio commanding general of the huge Army training center at Fort Ord Calif and Brig Gen Thomas H Hayes 49 Macon Fritischesdeputy commander Well near Cresco still producing N Iowa gives up its oil By CHUCK WALK GlobeGazette Farm Editor may not be gushing from the ground in North Iowa but the belief that it might led Hans Jesperson to invest in the possi bility Thats a fair amount of money to many of us but in the oil business where mil lions are spent yearly for prospecting alone it literally is a drop down the sludge pump To date that invest ment has given Jesperson a petroleum production counsel or from Omaha Neb a well which he says helps prove his claim that this area is a po tential commercial oil field contrary to what some experts think THIS PROOF comes in the forift of 48 barrels of oil pro duced by the well in wne 15 hour period Projecting this over a year such production could mean a net profit of a day or 000 a year This is based on about 36 barrels a day with each barrel being worth about Under the conditions of the lease contract which Jesperson has with farmowner George Niewald Jesperson would then realize a net profit of for the year with the remain ing going to Niewald Under the terms of the con tract Niewald receives 125 per cent of the net profits This well obviously would leave Jesperson far from a millionaire but itd be a tidy profit for such a relatively small operation Yet it also would explain why other oil men perhaps accustomed to fast and handsome dividends havent been attracted to the area as yet Theyre waiting do see what Jesperson comes up with Whats more these figures are based on longterm pro duction a situation which Jes person does not believe will occur with the present well He doesnt think it will con tinue to produce at this rate because it was not set up cor rectly originally and certain difficulties since have been encountered This does not discourage Jesperson In fact he has al ready made plans to drill an NORTH IOWA OIL Hans Jesper tanks handle the oil from a well drilled son petroleum production counselor by Jesperson Although he admits that from Omaha Neb stands in front of this may not be a commercial well an oil storage tank and an oil separa Jesperson is certain there is a commer tor tank on the George Niewald farm 10 miles southwest of Cresco The cial oil field in the area day slowly other test well in the Cresco area in the near future re gardless of the success of the present well Jesperson also says he plans to make tests in four otherlocations in Iowa One of the reasons for Jes persons confidence is the grade of oil obtained from the Cresco well He describes the oil as high grade with a 38 gravity The gravity number determines the price of oil Any oil with a gravity number of 32 or above is considered premium oil HOW DID Jesperson be come interested in the possi bility of oilin Iowa I actually became inter ested a little over a year ago when the company that start ed the drilling on the Niewald farm got in touch with me and told me the situation They had run into some trou ble and were planning to pull out and wanted to sell me the leases I liked the proposition and bought up the leases Since that time Jesperson acting as the head of two companies the Saratoga Development Corp and the H L Oil Co has bought oil and gas leases for nearly 24000 acres of Howard Coun ty land One of the reasons a cer tain amount of secrecy has enveloped the operation re cently Jesperson says is be cause he wanted to be able to obtain as many leases as possible This he continues prevents his competitors from riding free on the gravy train after weve spent time and money on development Jes person admits however that there are always people who wont sell their leases and   

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