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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 18, 1955, Mason City, Iowa North lowot Doily Newspoper fcr HM HOBW MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H I H I W P A P I I TNATMAKIS ALL NORTH IOWANS NII6HIORS HOME EDITION VOL LXI Pttit tut United PrtM full Wliw MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY APRIL II 1955 Paper of Two One Chou Following Soft Line at Bandung House OKs Two Deficiency Bills DES MOINES House sent to the Senate by unanimous votes after little discussion Monday two bills to provide deficiency ap propriations totaling for two state departments One measure would supply to the Safety Department It is running low on funds The last Legislature increased the strength of patrol from 175 to 225 men without providing enough money Also the certificate of title law has cost more money than antici pated The other measure would supply to the adjutant generals One Mans Opinion A By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO 13M WTAD Quint Sundmy WOI Amei Thursday Nursing as a Career AS graduation time approaches thousands of high school stu dents all over the country must be wrestling with the difficult prob lem of deciding on their careers They are asking themselves What next The answer to that question of course must depend upon the in dividual aptitudes and preferences The choices are many and inter esting I cant remember a time in my own life when opportunities in so many fields beckoned so in vitingly We face a tomorrow laden with interesting new discoveries designed to add to the value and enjoyment of living We are hearing more and more about electronics atomic energy and automation mSny other terms that reveal we are on the threshhold of many exciting ex periences in the years ahead And certainly these fields will have an appeal to our boys and girls to day But there are angles other than thrills and excitement to consider in choosing a lifework There is first of all the question of whether the individual is mentally and emotionally fitted for the work he or she chooses And then there is this to be considered Is it a lifework in which I will be happy The Thrill of You and I know many persons who are engaged in activities in which they derive lifes fullest measure of satisfaction not be cause of the large salary the paid vacation the short hours or the small amount of labor required Their satisfaction in their job Is derived from something entire ly different the feeling of being of service to others In this cate gory we could name those in the ministry of the church persons en gaged in welfare activities and other kindred fields These things I mention in this little visit with you because I want to speak of a profession that has in it an indescribable inner satis shall I say Its reward ing to all who engage in it because it enables them to help their fel low man My reference is to the nursing profession Its for Maltt Too In discussing the nursing profes gion I want to address myseli mainly to the young women al though not entirely so There are men as well as women in nursing and both the number of men and the opportunities for men in the profession are growing rapidly This trend toward having men In the nursing field was stimulated during World War II because serv ice men working as hospital corps men discovered the satisfactions in nursing and the need for their particular service It is to young women however that nursing has its main appeal It has an appeal for several rea sons particularly to those who are mentally and temperamentally physically and emotionally fitted for this work Those who feel after careful weighing of the facts that they are not suited for nursing should not entertain any thought of entering the profession Its re we should face it demanding Doctor LMVIS Off Nursing requires n certain amount of physical stamina A per son working as a nurse must feel renl satisfaction in ministering to the sick in helping to alleviate pain and in adding to their com fort A nurse must be eager and CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 office for the National Guard for federal pension contributions re quired certain National Guard per sonnel A belated ruling required that the state make these pay ments New National Guard armories in 12 cities would be constructed un der another bill passed by unani mous vote in the House and sent to the Senate States Shart Thebill calls for a total appro priation of of which 750 would go to supply the states share of the cost of the armories and would be for equip ment and repairs The armories would be located at Ottumwa Spencer Knoxville A u d u b o n Perry Ida Grove 3harles City Storm Lake Le Mars Glenwood Marshalltown and Sheldon A bill designed to force deserting fathers to support their children and thus keep them off or take them off aid to dependent children rolls passed in the House Monday a vote 951 It now goes to the Senate The bill would require support of dependents under a uni form act providing reciprocity with other states Meanwhile Senate business bogged down in a long discussion over when to debate on two im sortant revenue omnibus income tax measure and a bill to increase the state gasoline tax Sptcial Ordir Following objections to taking up the omnibus income tax meas ure at once it was set as a spe cial order of business for Tuesday Another measure which would temporarily increase the state gas oline tax to cents a gallon for improvement of highways entered into the discussion over the income tax bill Sen Lucas RMadrid sought to bring up the income tax meas ure but Sen Byers RMarion im mediately jumped to his feet Byers said there were several amendments to the bill on file and he wanted time to examine them He was supported by Sens Dky house RRock Rapids and Schroeder Lucas and Sen Lynes RPlain field objected to the delay Sen Dewel RAlgona then moved that the tax bill be made a special order for Tuesday morn ing and Sen Prentis RMount Ayr objected Prentis said he had planned to take up the gas tax measure Tuesday It has been on the Sen ate calendar for several days The Senate finally voted to take up the income tax measure as a special order of business then to debate the gas tax AP Wirephoto BEST PLATE Pictures speak plainer than roads thats the idea John Stark Cedar Rapids used in submitting a Horn of Plenty illustration for a new Iowa vehicle license plate Stark won with his idea of a new plate in a contest sponsored by the Cedar Rapids Gazette Some entries were received in the hope that the state will change its present Corn State slogan Refuses to Answer Viet Nam Charges Tnm Our WIrt Rcrrleei BANDUNG Chou Enlai of Com munist China Monday passed up a chance to use the forum of the 29nation AfroAsian conference for propaganda pur poses It appeared he had turned to a soft line to win sup port for Peiping The conference opened with speeches by President Sukarno and Foreign Minister Ali Sastroamidjojo of Indonesia It adopted a broad five point conference agenda and then reversed itself on an earlier ruling and decided to let delegation chiefs speak Free Viet Nam distributed an appeal to the nations attending the conference to help its people in the north flee the Communists dic atorial Chou ignored Viet Nams charges that Red China had interfered in Boat Explodes in Dells But 70 Escape WISCONSIN DELLS Wis UP sightseeing boat exploded burned and sank among the famous Wisconsin Dells rock formations Sunday night but 10 persons aboard escaped serious injury The blast threw two children aged 4 and 2 into the Wisconsin River But Boat Captain Harold S o m a 27 and an unidentified woman passenger leaped into the water to rescue the children anc bring them to shore The other passengers jumped into the river and swam ashore or were picked up by rescue boats Some were burned by the explo sion but none of the injuries was serious The boat was carrying tourists to the famous natural rock forma tions along the river when it ex ploded suddenly as it was about to dock about 100 feet from Stand Rock The cause of the explosion was not immediately determined Dr F W G i s s a 1 Wisconsin Dells gave first aid to victims al a house near the scene but no one required hospitalization He said the boats passengers included tourists from Minnesota and Iowa The injured included Gerald Me Ardle 32 and bis wife 27 New Richland and Joseph Roth meyer 30 and his wife 25 Route 1 Monona Iowa ImreNagyOut as Premier of Red Hungary Andras Hegedues Is Replacement BUDAPEST Hungary ng Imre Nagy Monday was dis missed as premier of Communist Hungary and succeeded by Andras Hegedues former agriculture min ster and first deputy premier Nagys ouster was announced formally to the Hungarian Parlia ment meeting in extraordinary session by President Istvan Dobi Hegedues then was named pre SAME DATE mier by House unanimous vote of the Nagy Not Prtstnt who has been fll since early winter with coronary throm bosis was not present at the ses sion Dobi told the House that Nagy had car ried out his duties as pre mier in an inef ficient manner In addition to losing his post as premier Nagy also was expelled from all Communist Party functions including member ship in the Politburo and Centra Committee Joszef Mekis Hungarian trade union leader was named deputy premier Both Mekis and Hegedues are 40 years old Hegedues was named minister of agriculture when Nagy became premier in July 1953 but was re lieved of the post last year and became a deputy premier in the Nagy government Council Mekis is president of the Hun garian Trade Union CounciL In the government shakeup for mer Defense Minister Gen Mihaly Farkas also fell from power He had been one of five members of the Hungarian Communist Partys Secretariat headed by former Pre mier Matyas Rakosi In other new appointments Min ister of Interior Laszlo Piros was named to the fiveman party Secre tariat apparently replacing Far kas Budapest Communist Party leader Istvan Kovacs was elected to the Politburo Mekis formerly an associate member of the Polit buro also became a full member of the Politburo Red Propaganda to Come Out of Bandung Korean Envoy Charges tndochina and turned down his opportunity to speak before the assembled delegates when his na ions turn came on the alphabet ical order of speaking arrange ments All Smiltt Diplomatic sources had specu lated before the conference began ie might try to win support for his policies by impeccable behavior Monday he was all smiles One of the first speakers was Prince Sihanouk Norodom former king of Cambodia He said the search of the African and Asian peoples for world peace shatters the frontiers between the Com munist and nonCommunist worlds He strongly defended the neu tral policies of Burma and India and appealed to the great powers to respect the independence integ rity security and traditions and political ideologies of his country and other small nations Just before the speeches started Sastroamidjojo announced a five point agenda of economic coopera tion cultural relations human dig nity and selfdetermination the problem of dependent people anc international peace and coopera tion Viet Naaj Delegate Nguyen Van Thoai broke the opening day calm with a direct attack on Commu nism and asked the delegates to support an extension of the mid May time limit for those wishing to flee to the free south Sharp Thoais speech brought a sharp note of realism into the proceed ings as he spelled out the reason why one million Vietnamese have fled their ancestral homes in the north His charges came after milder speeches from President Sukarno and Foreign Minister Ali Sastroam idjojo of Indonesia who directed their criticism against colonialism and racialism Sukarno and Sastroamidjojo were the only speakers when the confer ence opened in a former Dutch colonial club Hall the mountain health resort of Ban dung Chou already had suffered one setback when the conference ad hered to its rule that all resolu tions adopted must be adopted unanimously This meant Chous chances were small for getting a conference resolution approving his claim to Formosa or Peipings ad mission to the United Nations Delegates expect Chou to unleash barrages of antiWestern propa ganda Gen Carlos P Komulo of the Philippines was counted on to check any Red maneuvers at the conference Scientist Einstein Is Dead Bodys Main Artery Burst PRINCETON N J Einstein who became internation ally famous at 26 for his theory of relativity died Monday after a fourday illness The 70yearold worldacclaimed scientist died at Princeton Hospi tal at of a rupture of the main artery of the body caused by hardening of the arteries A man who shunned publicity Einstein had entered the hospital Friday Only his intimates knew he was ill His death first was at tributed to a gall bladder condi tion but an autopsy showed dif ferently The shy whitehaired scholar was accredited with making possi ble the atomic bomb by disclosing small quantity of matter could produce vast amounts of energy Einstein stood as probably the foremost theoretical mathematician and physicist in the world Math Treatise As recently as 1950 he published a monumental mathematical trea tise the unified theory This was hailed as a daring type of mathe maticswhich sought to describe the forces of the universe in a set of equations 1 At the time of his death Einstein was a professor emeritus at the WASHINGTON President Truman said Monday curInstitute for Advanced Study corn rent threats to world peace should be taken before the United of worldfamous scholars General Assembly and headed by Dr Robert Oppen Truman appeared as a witness before a Senate Foreign Relationsjheimer which is considering During his late years he was possible recommendations for in many causes far re visions of the charter jmoved from the realm of theoreti Wherever we can we should ical physics On several occasions use it the United Truhe advised witneses called before man said And we should use it congressional subversive investiga DR ALBERT EINSTEIN Wizard Jake Threafs to Truman Tells Senate Investigations Group Flames Fatal to Clear Lake Resident 65 Martinus Anderson 65 Clear Lake died in a Mason City hos pital early Sunday morning ofair the Formosa question before burns received in a fire at his the U N General Assembly now by bringing before the General Assembly the current threats to world Truman did not mention Formo sa or Red China But his testimony carried the strong implication he felt that the United States should home late Saturday night The fire of unknown origin hit Andersons one room home on South 5th Street late Saturday The Eisenhower administration has sought to arrange a ceasefire tions committee that they had a duty to refuse V answer questions Einstein asked the President for commutation of the death sentence of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg who were executed as atom spies He said he had to take the stands be cause of my passionate sense of social justice and social respon A quiet unpretentious wizard of in the Formosa area through the mathematics and physics he spent kir Tnr 3 linillpfl U N The move collapsed when night When firemen arrived theyiRed China rejected a U N invita found Anderson on the ground ini front of the house He was rushed to Park Hospital in Mason City im mediately County authorities said he died of extensive second and third de gree burns on the arms face and back Anderson evidently dragged him tion to discuss the possibility Trumans accusation that the Eis enhower administration is guilty of political trickery with serious for eign and domestic issues brought heated retorts from GOP ranks Neither vicious personal attacks on the President nor the ridiculous efforts to undermine his outstand self from his house during the inS record office wil1 fire The inside of the house was chairman Leonard W Hall of the reported as being completely deRepublican National Committee molished He lived alone Anderson is survived sisters one living in Canada and other in Denmark and two srothers in Denmark He is also survived by four nieces and one nephew They Stokes Mason Communist propaganda is about all to be expected from the Band ung conference composed almost exclusively of Communist and neutralist delegates says the Ko rean ambassador to Jie United States What else can be expected he asked of a conference which pro poses to discuss three things 1 Colonialism 2 Racial problems 3 Economic aid The Communists accuse the of colonialism Dr You Chan Yang told a Roosevelt Fieldhouse crowd of about Sunday after noon Nothing will be said how ever of a very real the worst Russian satel lites What good can come he contin ued of a discussion which would serve only to divide the colored and the white races And what is the point of dis cussing economic aid when the from which the aid is ex pected is not even invited to the conference With obvious reference to Prime Minister Nehru of India Dr quoted a definition of a neutralist he received last week from Presi dent Eisenhower A neutralist is a nationalist with an inferiority Advocating instead a firm stand against Communism and pledging if necessary the blood of every per son in Korea Dr Yang empha sized that his people take seri ously Patrick Henrys Give me liberty or give me So far he pointed out the de mocracies have only appeased the Communists by giving up terri tory including the richest rice bowl in Southeast Asia the north ern part of Indochina That happened at the Geneva conference said the Korean am bassador a conference which should have discussed Communist breaking of the Korean peace promises Fifty jet airfields have been built in North Korea in violation of that treaty Dr Yang charged Cnderground hangars have been built and filled with more than 500 jet planes Despite the nearest of those air fields being only eight minutes from the capital of he Republic of Korea his people still say Give us guns and save your The solution is not in retreat confusion or timidity he declared but in the words of Thomas Jef ferson Freedom is for those strong enough and willing to fight for Dr Yang who has both a bache lor of arts and doctor of medicine degree from Boston University spoke at the convention of the 191st district of Rotary Interna tional His speech was the climax of the two day convention which brought to Mason City hundreds of Rotari ans and R o t a r yAnns from 47 clubs in the northern half of Iowa State Department Trying Additional Approach on POWs WASHINGTON WThe State De partment and the Pentagon told investigating senators Monday they are making an additional approach to seek the release of 481 military men and 40 civilians they now believe are held prisoner by Red China Sen McClellan DArk an nounced the new approach fol lowing a closed door conference between his Senate Investigations Subcommittee and spokesmen for the State and Defense depart ments the Navy Marine Corps and Air Force He declined to give any details except that steps to obtain the prisoners release are primarily through the United McClellan told a news confer ence I am satisfied they the gov ernment and the United Nations are making an effort but to say that everything is being done that can be done might be an over Shay Clear Lake Ann Anderson Clear Lake Mrs Bernt Laate Iowa Falls and Chris Anderson Clear Lake Anderson came to the United States from Denmark as a young man He lived in Clear Lake since about 1910 He was a retired laborer Funeral senices will be held Wednesday at 2 at Wilcox Fu neral Home Clear Lake Burial will be in the Clear Lake Ceme tery The Rev George Strum pas tor of the Zioa Lutheran Church will officiate are Mrs Merle City Mrs Dean About The Weather Mason City Somewhat warmer Iowa Showers windy Minnesota Light showers Globe Gazette said Truman did not mention Eisen jy name but delivered a g attack on his adminis Saturday night at a big Democratic dinner honoring Speak er of the House Sam Rayburn In a speech reminiscent of his 1948 give em hell campaign ef forts he charged the Eisenhower administration with bad manage ment blunders and with trying political tricks with the grave and serious issues of both foreign and domestic his lifetime searching for a unified mathematical concept of the laws that govern the universe Born in Germany i Born in Ulm Germany March 14 1879 of middle class Jewish parents he was swept to interna tional fame by the theory of rela tivity A revolutionary idea it added a fourth dimension tune to the trio g t h and which e n breadth width had formed mans basic knowledge of the measure ment of matter It also as tounded scien tists by disput i n g Newtons Law of Gravita t i o n It was Einsteins dis closure many years ago that a small quan tity of matter would produce as tronomical quanties of energy which was so spectacularly proved when the first atomic bomb ex jploded But the famous whitehaired scientist looked upon the Abomb with misgivings In 1945 shortly after the dropping of the bomb on Intelligence Says Reds Building Up in Formosa Area AUGUSTA Ga UP President Eisenhower has received intclliHiroshima he commented gence information that the Chinese At present atomic energy is not Communists are engaged in ana boon to mankind but a extensive buildup of Red He saw one hope however that power opposite Formosa which may intimidate the human race United States is committed to deIt bring order into its international jaffairs which without pressure fear it undoubtedly would not A theoretical physicist the tools of his trade were a fountain pea weather data up it as fend Announcing this at Augusta Sun day after a conference with the President Secretary of State Dul les told newsmen the buildup has He described to 8 a m Mon day Maximum 71 Minimum 51 At 8 a m 52 Prcc Trace YEAR AGO Maximum 75 1 More intense and more broad j and a pad of paper Atomic Mast Though few people understood complex theories his in its scope than the United Statesjwork is one the Important bases had horn aware of until a few days of todays electronic and television ago 2 A buildup which indicates industries and the great industrial dcvdopnunts which rely partly ort a higher degree of capability on the laws of atomic mass and the part of the Communists to gy launch an attack than we had litreceived the Nobel Prize Minimum 43 I been aware of a few weeks Physics in 192L and the world
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