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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 5, 1963, Mason City, Iowa Death for DeGaulle foes See story on page 2 Karls lead 74 ST PAUL Minn UP1 New rulings Tuesday strength ened Democrat Karl Rol vaags chances of wrestling the Minnesota governorship from GOP Gov Elmer Ander sen after four months of legal battling The recount of Minnesotas closest election ever neared the wire with Rolvaag 74 votes ahead Only 39 challenged ballots were still to be ruled on by a special judicial panel but at torneys still can bring up for a ruling ballots which they previously had agreed upon between themselves The threejudge panel ruled on seven categories of dis puted ballots Tuesday involv ing 55 votes It ruled that all but two ballots were valid The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 103 Ten years after death y f of Stalin World hasnt fared badly By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTON How does the world stand just 10 years after the death of Joseph Stalin On balance perhaps bet ter than might have been ex pected The wasting Korean conflict was ended soon after Stalins passing albeit at the cost of Koreas continued division Indo China was split asunder there still is fighting in Viet Nam Khrushchev and Mao Tsetung no longer walk arminarm In Africa and the Middle East two files of new nations bave paraded to independence and while Soviet infiltration has had some success it probably hasnt been worth the cost In Western Europe the Reds have been stopped cold most notably re cently in Italy the nonsatellite nation with the largest Com munist Party vote But Russia can take satisfaction in the fact that both the North Atlantic Al liance and the European Com mon Market are in disarray Elsewhere in Europe freedom has suffered worst in East Ger many Poland and Hungary Khrushchev rushed the Hungar ian revolt with Stalinist cruelty The West stood idly by just as it was to do five years later when the East Germans put up the shame wall in Berlin But the Berlin problem appears now to be receding perhaps as a result of the confrontation over Cuba For some reason observes Ronald Hinglcy lecturer in Rus sian at Oxford University a section of Western opinion seems permanently poised in readiness for the great moment when as if by the waving of a magic wand Russians will all suddenly start behaving from our point of view reason ably Somewhat the same point is MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY MARCH 5 1963 A real popular gq Farewell to Mona NEW YORK and cultural officials said n7TWceo Tuesday to the Lisa which was viewed by during its monthlong exhibition at the Metro politan Museum The museum announced that since Leonardo da Vincis masterwork went on display Feb 7 record total of 1 881 888 persons visited the museum Last Sunday was the biggest day V L ar hlstory the museum with 126884 visitors of which 63675 passed by the Mona Lisa Public exhibition of the painting ended Monday and special ceremonies were held to mark the end of the Mona Lisas American tour which included a months exhibition in Wash mgton The Mona Lisa will be removed from the Metropolitans medieval sculpture hall and transferred to a threeroom suite aboard the liner United States for the trip back to France and its permanent home at Paris Louvre Museum UOc a copy No 21 loss in Sheffield By CHARLES W WALK North Iowa News Director SHEFFIELD Fire of dn undetermined origin Monday night destroyed a 3OQ by 200foot building housing the Keystone Manufacturing Co here O L Krink owner of the compjtny estimated the loss will exceed 5130000 The building was insured The Keystone Manufacturing Co is the largest manufac urer of laminated wood beams arches and rafters in the state ine plant ships its product across the midwest Four people were employed at the plant Krink is doubtful the fire could have been caused by faulty vinng A master switch which controls the plants eiectrical system was shut off when the plant closed at 5 pm The fire was West Iowa engulfed by snow Mason City on fringe A March snow storm whipped across Iowa Tuesday bringing up to 10 inches of snow to parts of the state where barren ground existed a few days ago Sleet and freezing rain accom panied the snow and made auto mobile travel difficult and hazard ous Traffic jams involving work bound persons in the larger cities were common Highways were 100 per cent snow packed over all except ex treme northern Iowa Mason City on the fringe of the storm had about three inches of new snow The snow at midmorning was confined to an area bounded by a line from about 25 miles south west of Lamoni northward to just short of Spencer then eastward to Decorah south through Iowa City to Chariton then north to Des Moines and southwest to Lamoni The snow was moving eastward at about 12miles ah The Weather Bureau said another 2 to 4 inches of snow could be TRAVELING GlobeGazette is to move Earl Hall editor and publisher and Carl Henkel general contractor complete the contract agreements for a new building to house the news paper Left to right are Ray N Rorick GlobeGazette general manager Hall Karl Waggoner architect and Henkel ex irst reported at pm Although the main building vas destroyed the Sheffield ire Department was able to ave a 60 by 120foot lumber hed which stands nearby The hed and some lumber was Civil rights plan rapped by Rocky ALBANY NY CAP Gov Nelson A Rockefeller sailed into a ui me Kennedys new civil troyed building was constructedirignts Tuesday claiming n 1942 Several additions havejtnat ignored major campaign een added since promises and came two years Krink has been in the la late damaged however Krink said The main part of the de ated wood business since 1943 When asked if he planned to ebuild Krink said I really havent it The Republican governor an undeclared candidate for next years Republican presidential nomination was sharply critical his first comment on the pro 11 m ma nisi comment on me pro much thought yet Weve been posals Kennedy sent to congress P all night with this thing and m Still in n rliTo still in a daze Three major items have been last week Rockefeller chose as his forum made by Robert Conquest major items have been a sponsored by the New British poet and specialist onmanufacUired at the plant State conference of the Na the USSR in a recent study ofiare UP to 60 feet longtiona Association for the Ad thA which are used for farm hiiilri vancement of Colored People Mason City III school destroyed liberalization has the postStalin within Russia Conquest drawn up a areas in which vhe permanent characteristics of Stalinism re main in evidence in Russia They are presented here es precis A selfperpetuating party bureaucracy remains completely in charge The peasant con are used for farm storage list of fbuiIdmSstod arches up to 70 feet in length and bowstring up to 100 feet The com Uy went into the man siotted floors for hog BLIMEY in cnarge me peasant conBLACKBURN England UPI students and tea tinues to be a collectivized Renshaw didnt have been accounted for The trade unions remain money to buy coal so Neighboring fire MASON CITY III UPI A fire swept the Mason City High School s h o rt I y after classes began Tuesday All students and teachers had Neighboring fire units were jiiv uuut jtjjiam ouj neignooring nre units were juncts of the party and govern1 chop up an old sent to help fight the blaze in mental machine The consumerJcPairlor fuel While she was the 45yearold twostory brick though to a lesser degree still cnoppmS Monday a roll of bis building The roof caved in has to put up with low 66 fel1 OUt of thej City is half way be tween Springfield and Peoria nas 10 pui up wim iow sianoarasi v because of the channeling of come into capita goods and defense i Socialist realism remains the official law of the arts Cont trol of all organs of is still a party monopoly The minority nationalities continue to live under strictly centralized control from Moscow Travel abroad is permitted to only a limited number of citizens j The labor camp network though much shrunken con tinues to function laws against political opposition remain draconic Soviet and foreign his tory is taught in an entirely false and misleading fashion STALIN IGNORED MOSCOW J5VThe Soviet govi eminent and press took no noj tice Tuesday of the 10th annii versary ofthe death of Josef Stalin pected Tuesday Sioux City and Spencer escaped the initial snowfall as did most of northwest Iowa Northerly winds of 20 to 30 miles an hour could cause con siderable drifting and blowing snow Western Iowa was the hardest hit fay the storm Onawa reported a 10inch snowfall Denison 9 inches Cherokee 8 Sloan 7 Coun cil Bluffs 6 and Atlantic 4 Snowfall amounts decreased somewhat in central Iowa with Boone getting about 5 inches ofj snow Des Moines and Iowa Falls 3 inches Many schools were closed in the worst snow areas and school buses were running as much as an hour late in other places North Iowa Snow ending Tues day night colder lows in lov 20s Partly cloudy and warm er Wednesday highs in mid 30s Iowa Snow diminishing anc ending most sections Tuesday night slightly colder lows in low 20s Partly cloudy and warmer Wednesday highs in upper 30s Further outlook Partly cloudy and warmer Thursday Minnesota Mostly cloudy local ly warmer Highs Wednesday 3245 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Tuesday Maximum 35 Minimum 24 Sunrise g43 Sunset Politics is heard in jet contract WASHINGTON Rep K W Bill Stinson RWash charged Tuesday that politics may have played a part in the selection of General Dynamics Corp to build the new TFX jet fighter at its Fort Worth Tex plant Stinson suggested that the The Weather Bureau said more freezing rain and sleet would ac company the snow as it moved eastward The snow should gradually end in western Iowa Tuesday evening and in eastern Iowa during the night Colder air will follow the snow across the state with low readings Tuesday night in the 20s Lows Monday night were from 22 at Spencer to 32 at Burlington new plane might better have been called the This indirect reference to Vice President Lyndon B Johnson a Texan prompted Rep Jim Wright DTex to a countercharge Since the question of political GlobeGa contracts Work on a new GlobeGazette build ing is to start as soon as weather per mits Contract agreements totaling ap proximately a half million dollars were completed Monday by Earl Hall editor and publisher The Henkel Construction Company has the general contract Other contractors are H C Determan electric the Ray E Pauley Co air conditioning and the Payne Plumbing and Heating Co plumbing Completion date in the contract is April 30 1964 but Carl Henkel indicated that he ex pected the building to be completed consider ably before that date It will be of brick with stone trim Located immediately north of the new Cerro Gordd County Courthouse the building will be 156 feet fronting on Washington and 127 feet deep along 4th NW It is one story except over the pressroom which has a higher roof A new Scott colorpress the most modern on the market is to be installed The basement of the building will provide storage space for paper eliminating the present need for sepa rate warehousing plant The public entrance to the building will at the southeast corner nearest the court house and there is room on the lot immedi ately south of the building for customer park ing of about a dozen cars Employe parking is provided elsewhere on the lot which is a half block in size except for a 72i by 66foot lot on the southwest corner next to the alley Offices will be located along the Washing ton Avenue side of the building with the news room in the northeast corner served by a separate entrance on the north The compos ing room will be in the northwest corner with the press room beside it and the mailing room in the southwest corner There is a loading dock on the alley side of the building The GlobeGazette has outgrown its present building the publisher and R N Rorick gen eral manager pointed out We have more than 100 people working in a building which was not built or planned for our use We have simply outgrown it ifwas observed The public will find the hew building con siderably more convenient also they sug gested particularly the one floor arrangement Floods roll across East influence had been raised Wright said he thought it proper to ask Sen Henry Jack son DWash if he is pre pared to deny that on at least seven different occasions his office initiated contacts with top government officials in behalf of the Boeing Cos at tempt to get the TFX contract Boeing with headquarters in Seattle had proposed to build the new allpurpose plane at its plant in Wichita Kan Thej Pentagons award of a bill lion contract to General namics in spite of a lower bid by Boeing is being investigated by a Senate subcommittee SEEK INTEGRATION JACKSON Miss j parents of 10 Negro children r THE ASSOCIATED PRKSS Thousands of persons from four West Virginia Indi ana and been forced from their homes by flood waters after drenching rains and melting snows More rain splashed across wide areas in the floodstricken areas Ohio reported the states worst flood conditions in four years Hundreds of persons were evacu from their homes and scores more rain predicted the Weather Bureau in Cincinnati said the Ohio River appeared likely to be bank full along its 981mile route SAME DATE 1962 Meant Dculh In 4 Houri On the inside Editorials 4 Clear Lake News S North Iowa News 6 Society News 787 Sports 1112 school integration in Mississippi Mason Clfy Ncws 1415 No public schools in the state Comics 17 iare mixed Farm Features 20 CHARRED REMAINS OF FIREGUTTED KEYSTONE MFG CO PLANT AT SHEFFIELD More than 100 families in resi dential sections of Wheeling W Va a city of about 57000 were evacuated and 500 persons were reported forced to leave their homes from Vienna south of Wheeling Flooding also was re ported in Wellsburg McKiniey ville and Moundsville while the small town of Louise was report ed isolated by the floodwaters High water forced the closing of a Wheeling machine products plant employing about GOO men Streams in many other areas in West Virginia were overflowing An emergency was declared in Newark a central Ohio town of 39000 as the Licking River and tributaries neared flood stage Fifty famiiies were marooned in Newtown near Steubenville and boats were sent to the town by special train Some 1500 persons iso ated in the village of Morrow in southern Ohio Emergency shel ters were set up in Springfield as the Mad River reached three feet below flood stage Some rail road tracks in Springfield were inundated Rainfall in Ohio during a 24 hour period ranged from more than 34 inches in Bourneville to more than 1 inch in Akron The rains and melting snow swelled the Ohio and Mononga hela rivers in Pittsburgh and caused flooding of creeks in some areas Water spilied over lowly ing streets in Carnegie and near ly all the main roads leading into Canonsburg were closed by hich waters The town of Marianrw was isolated by flood waters that covered its two main roads Some families were evacuated in Cecil Township near Marianna In Indiana weathermen predict ed crests past flood stage on the jWabash and White rivers and a dozen of small tributaries Hun dreds of highways and rural roads were awas A dozen famiiies were evacuated from a swamped area southwest of Indianapolis r utshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES India complains NEW Prime Minister Nehru accused Communist China of interfering in the Kashmir dispute be tween India and Pak istan to further its own expansionist p o 1 i c y Nehru claimed that Pak istan had surrendered morethan 13000 square of Kashmir terri tory to Red China under a boundary agreement signed in Peking last weekend Nazi faces trial BARCELONA Spain a z i war criminal Reinhold Vorberg was handed over to German police agents w h o took him to West Germany where he will answer charges for the mass murder of more than 100000 mentallyretard ed prisoners d u r i n sr Adolf Hitlers rule No foundation LINCOLN Neb evidence has been found the Nebraska Liquor Control C o m mi s s i o n says of a rumored 000 fund being raised at South Sioux City Neb to fight legalizing of liquor by the drink in Iowa Hoover honored NEW YORK For mer President Herbert Hoover received a solid gold medal from the Stanford Alumni Associ ation for more than 70 years of distinguished service to the universi ty and the nation
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