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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 3, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXIII AMOciated Frew tad United Prwi FuB Sevtn Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY DECEMBER 3 1954 This Paper Consists of Two No 47 Hammarskjolds Budapest Visit OKd One Mans Opinion A Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGaxette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE WTAD Quiuov 930 Sunday KGLO 1300 Sunday WOI Ames 610 Thursday WSUI la City 910 Saturday A Report From The Olympics T7ROM the place where I have f been sitting at the 16th re vival of the Olympic Games I can see this inscription in bold faced type on the giant score board across the greenturfed field The Olympic Movement tends to bring together in a radiant union all the qualities which guide mankind to The writer of those words was Baron Pierre de Coubertin the Frenchman credited with bring ing the games back to life after more than years of dormancy Before my arrival here in Mel bourne last week I would have taken a dim view of that senti ment But after sitting in on the Olympics for the first time Im an unqualified convert The goal set by the French baron has been fully achieved in my opinion Common Bond For a long time I have re garded the arts music art literature sculpturing etc as a common bond among hu man beings Now Im ready to add sports competition to that category Barriers based on col or creed language and economic status are nonexistent at this carnival of athletics Thats true not only down on the redsurfaced trgck and the green infield before me in this beautiful setting for the 1956 Olympics but up here in the stands where fans gather for some six hours daily to watch the Olympics competition Heres how it operated in my own case on my very first day here The meter race was being run Lap after lap an Eng lish runner named Pirie dogged a Russian by the name of Vladi mir Kouts Scarcely three paces separated them at the head of the pack for the first four miles of the six mile race Then the Russian a naval of ficer from the Ukraine executed a maneuver to get his British ad versary off his back He stopped almost dead still and forced Pirie to take the lead Then he stepped up his own pace to go into the lead Spent Himself And that was the last of the Englishman Whether the break ing of the pace was responsible or whether he had just spent him self letting his Russian competi tor run his race for him I wouldnt know All I know is that he faded from the competition Russian ran even LONDON UP Foreign Secre tary Selwyn Lloyd said Monday Britain and France have decided they can now withdraw their forces froni Egypt without de Lloyd told a tense session of the House of Commons the two governments have instructed the Allied commander in chief Gen Charles Keightley to seek agree ment with the United Nations Burns on a timetable for the complete withdrawal taking ac Britain France Ready to Quit Egypt Immediately count of the military and practi cal problems He said The French and British govern ments have come to the conclu sion that withdrawal of their forces in the Port Said area can now be carried out without de Further the British told Israel it should get out of the Gaza Strip as well as Egypts Sinai I Peninsula and permit the strip commander Gen E L be made a responsibility of the U N Lloyd declared Secretary Gun Victim in Critical Condition Ronald Banken 15 son of Nina Schultz 2424 Carolina was in critical condition at Mercy Hospital Monday as the result of a Saturday afternoon hunting ac dent He was wounded by a shotgun blast from a distance of about 15 feet the gun carried by a companion accidentally dis charged Investigating officers said the gun went off when David Anderson 16 1709 Carolina turned suddenly in response to a shout from the Banken boy The charge of buckshot struck the Banken boy in the side and stomach Deputy Sheriff Don Sturges said Anderson stayed with Banken while his brother Mason City Much colder cloudy and windy with occasional snow flurries Monday night low 69 Considerable cloudiness and colder Tuesday high 2025 owa Much colder cloudy and windy Monday night low 613 north 1320 south Considerable cloudiness and colder Tuesday chance of light snow extreme northwest highs 2027 north 28 35 south Five Day Iowa Temperatures Tuesday through Saturday will average 4 to 8 degrees below the seasonal normals which are for highs 31 north to 39 south and lows 15 to 21 Defi nitely colder trend at start with some moderation about Thurs day followed by colder on the weekend Precipitation will av Bill 13 rah to tell a farmer He said the boys were about a fourth of a mile into a field abou four miles north and two mile west of Mason City Banken wai still conscious when the ambu lance arrived The gun was a 12 guage while the faster At the start of the race my at titude was one of resentment to ward the Ukrainian I was neu tral in that I didnt care a hoot who beat him just so he was beaten But when he demon strated his superiority over the whole field my attitude toward him changed I began thinking of him not as a Russian but as a fellow human being with a finesse and physical stamina seldom found in the human animal And when he sprinted down the final stretch to a new Olympic record I was on my feet along with others in the stands cheering Vladimir Kouts with all the voice I had I spoke of the Olympics as a revival proposition They are that The name comes from Olympia in ancient Greece where the games started 776 years be fore the birth of Christ They were held every four years al most without interruption until terminated in 394 by Theo dosius Roman Emperor of the east Original Perm In their original form the games were a religious festival in honor of Zeus father of the Greek gods Religious rituals and sacrifices marked each stage of the proceedings The games also provided the opportunity for a fair where food and wine and all manner of goods were offered for sale Acrobats fortunetellers CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 Man Killed in Crash NearLuVerne Sett 20 LuVerne was killed Sunday morning when a car he was driv ing went out of control on a grav el road near his home vHis broth er Barrel 15 was described as in critical condition at St Anns Hospital Algona with head in juries received in the accident Another passenger in the car Ronald Clark 14 Galbraith re ceived only minor injuries Kossuth County Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst who investigated the accident said the car apparently was travelling at a high rate of speed on the road three miles northeast of here He said the car went into the ditch and sheered off some trees at the side of the road Sett had been working at the been working at the International Minerals and Chemical Corp plant in Mason City and had gone home for the weekend Funeral services for Mr Sett will be at Wednesday All About i The Weather General Dag Hammarskjold will promote negotiations as quickly as possible on three matters The six requirements set out in the Security Council reso lution on Oct 13 which would keep the Suez Canal out of nation al and international politics 2 Talks in New York between Hammarskjold Lloyd French Foreign Minister Christian Pin eau and Egyptian Foreign Minis ter Mahmoud Fawzi Lloyd did not elaborate 3 Hammarskjolds proposed ba sis for negotiating a new regime for the Suez Canal based on the six requirements of the Oct 13 resolution Six Requirements Lloyd added I believe we shall reach an agreement providing adequate guarantees that the six require ments will be met Her Majestys government of course adheres to heir view as expressed in the resolution voted on by the Secur ty Council on the 13th of October vith regard to the 18power pro The 18power proposals were ormuiated in London soon after Sgypt nationalized the canal and vould set up a system for inter national control of the waterway The Security Council on Oct 13 unanimously accepted six prin ciples for negotiations on Suez They were 1 Free and open transit through the canal without discrimination 2 Respect for Egypts sover eignty erage 15 to 20 inch as light snow at start of five day peri od and snow possibly mixed with rain toward weekend Minnesota Cold wave Monday night low 010 below north 010 above south by Tuesday morn i n g Tuesday considerable cloudiness continued cold oc casional snow west GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Monday Maximum Sunday Minimum Sunday night At 8 a m Monday YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 44 28 29 37 29 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Sunday Maximum Saturday 39 Minimum Saturday night 30 At 8 Sunday 32 DAYS TO CHRISTMAS 3 Insulation of the canal from the politics of any country Fix Tolls 4 Fixing of tolls to be decidec by agreement between Egypt auc the users 5 A proporation of the clues to be allotted to development 6 Disputes to be settled by ar bitration Lloyd did not lay down in hi statement details of a time table or the complete withdrawal of the BritishFrench forces But he said Keightley and Burns would draw one up together and report t as quickly as possible to Ham narskjold Widely ciculated re ports wholly unofficial have said he BritishFrench forces would out by Christmas and that is what the troops themselves be leve Lt Gen Lewis Pick Former Head of Army Engineers Dies WASHINGTON m Lt Gen Lewis A Pick 66 whose name was linked with Army Engineer Corps activities both at home and abroad died Sunday He was chief of engineers from 1949 until he retired in 1953 He gained wartime fame as the builder of the Ledo Road from India to China For four years after the war he headed the Engineer Corps Missouri River Division Outlook for Peace Has 1 Imp roved ike Dulles in Meeting AUGUSTA Ga UP President Eisenhower and Secretary of Itate Dulles believe prospects for peace in the troubleridden Mid dle East are now reasonably Dulles returning to the job aft er a months convalescence from ntestinal surgery put it that way at the conclusion of a twohour eview of the general internation 1 picture with the President here iunday Certainly I think anybody must be indeed for gone in pessi mism if he thinks the danger of he war in the Mid East today is as great as it was a month 3ulles told a news conference NATO Support But both Dulles and the Presi lent believe steps are necessary o bolster the North Atlantic Al iance which they agreed has een strained as a result of dif erences between the United States on the one hand and Great iritain and France on the other n the Middle East crisis They also agreed that need for unity and strength of that alli ance fashioned to check the hreat of Communist aggression las been demonstrat ed by Soviet action in Eastern Europe particularly in That was a reference to Russian terrorism which crushed a revol in Hungary and sent more than residents fleeing to Aus tria The said Dulles i a statement Eisenhowe approved is particularly coi cerned with the strains and dan gers that Low from persistent dis regard by international commu nism of the principles and pleas of the United Denunciation One case in that category is Russias disregard of the denunciation of Soviet ruthless ness in Hungary Nations in both Asia and Eu Dulles went on remain forcibly divided many peoples are subject to a ruthless external rule which they deeply resent and many live in fear under the shadow of a similar Dulles flew here from Key West where he had been recuper ating the last two weeks I fee he said The secretary and his wife at tended church services with the President and Mrs Eisenhower then went to the Augusta Nation al Golf Club where the Chief Ex ecutive has been combining work with relaxation the past week 2 Meson City Girls Go on Auto Theft Spree Police in three cities in twojparking lot at 3rd and Dela at the Blake Funeral Home inlstates were unscrambling autoj ware about where they Luverne and at 2 in the mobiles Monday Two Mason Cityltook a 1953 station wagon owned Grace Baptist Church at Corwith The Rev George S Knutson will officiate Burial will be in the Corwith Cemetery He was born June 21 1936 and was married March 19 1955 to Joan Cookman in Algona He is the son of Forrest F and Ruby Sett Survivors include his wife two sons Rodney Dean 13 months and Rickey Dale two months five brothers Alfred Willard Donald James and Darylfive sisters Lela Vera Etta Doris and Bonnie and his parents girls went on a sixhour car theftiby Joel C Hanes 908 Adams N spree Sunday morning to They drove this car to Owa the jumble tonna where they left it Janice Plain 606 10th andwhen it became low on gas Judy Cawley 1432 Washington j They then took another car in both 15 were taken intojOwatonna and drove it to Aus custody by Mason City police tin When the second car was shortly after noon Sunday when found to be nearly out of gas they they were spotted driving a 1954 abandoned it and took another SAM I model car with Minnesota license plates On Probation Two juvenile boys who were with the girls were turned over to juvenile authorities although police said they had nothing to do with the thefts Both boys were already on probation According to the girls the fol lowing incidents took place On Saturday they attended a midnight show titled Runaway Following the movie they went to a restaurant and drank coffee until It was here Former Resident of City Killed Wirepholo 20 POUNDS OF TWINS Mrs Frederick Redwitz 38 Bay City likes her babies big she gave birth to nearly 20 pounds of twins Sunday At left is Freder ick Douglas weighing 9 pounds 10 ounces while Mary Glenys weighing 9 pounds 13 ounces is at right There are six other Redwitz children at home all girls LETTER TO BROWN ELL School Board Asks Integration Help CLINTON Wl The Anderson County School Board asked the federal government Monday for help in enforcing racial integration at Clinton High School Otherwise the board said it might become necessary to close the school The board acted in an extraordinary session In a letter to U S Atty Gen Herbert Brownell the board declared The School Board of Anderson County has conscientiously done But Date Deferred by Reds FullDress Probe Vetoed UNITED NATIONS N Y The Hungarian government Mon day accepted the offer of Secre tary General Dag Hammarskjold ito visit Budapest but specified I that the visit should be at a later date appropriate for both At the same time the puppet Communist regime again reject ed the demands of the General Assembly for the entry of U N observers into Hungary to inves tigate the situation there U S Delegate Henry Cabot Lodge Jr immediately calied the Hungarian position most unsatis The secretary general must be able to go soon enough to do some Lodge said The position of the government was set forth in a telegram from Acting Foreign Minister Istvan Scbes to Hammarskjold U S Resolution The communication was circu lated to delegates as the 79na tion Assembly met to consider a resolution sponsored by the United States and 13 other coun tries pressing once more for the entry of U N observers The esolution noted with deep con cern the failure of the Soviet Jnion to withdraw its troops from Hungary and to cease deporting Hungarian citizens The U S resolution was co sponsored by Argentina Cuba El Salvador Ireland Australia Bei Turncoats Say They Just Want Peace HONG KONG Amen an turncoats of the Korean War ullen and homesick said Sunday hey just want they lidnt find in Red o be back with their kinfolk for Christmas Arley Pate 26 of Carbondale and Aaron Wilson 24 of Jrania crossed the border nto this British crown colony vearing cheap Westernstyle blue uits and carrying brown suit cases A halfdozen of the 21 Ameri can prisoners who chose in 1953 o stay with their Communist cap ors had come out earlier Onejries of acts of harnssment by died in China Of the 14 pupils which had developed Date and Wilson said they knewjin recent weeks Pakistan Thailand Italy all in its power to comply withjgium The Netherlands Den the direction of the S District mark Norway and Sweden Court in Knoxville which ordered The new proposal asked the the integration last Jan 4 This has been done contrary to our convictions on the matter and in the face of constant criti cism and harrassment from our fellow citizens The Anderson County School Board must know whether the Department of Jus tice intends to continue lack of enforcement of the Federal Court i n j u n ction against interfering with If so it might become necessary to close the Clinton High School so long as we are under order to abolish segre Ten Negro pupils remaining of the dozen admitted under Federal Court orders this year have stayed away from school since last Tuesday They demanded the board give them assurance of their personal safety They left school after rock and egg throwing incidents last Mon dav and Tuesday climaxed a se governments of Hungary and the Soviet Union to communicate with Hammarskjold by Dec 7 their consent to receive U NT observers U N Charter In the communication to the secretary general Sebes said the Hungarian government is as before of the opinion that the permission for United Nations observers to enter the territory of none who might ask to leave Pale the more talkative of the pair told newsmen he never in formed on American prisoners of Funeral services for Kennethwar while in a Korean camp ncv Mitchell 35 former Mason Cityan who was killed in an auto acci dent north of Waseca Sat urday night will be held Tues day at 9 in the Catholic Church Waseca Mitchell was killed when the car in which he was riding missed er informed on an attempted es cape never got better food while a prisoner and never heard of the Suez Canal crisis or of upris ings in Wilson echoed his statements I went to China because I wanted Pate said I would violate the of Hungary and a curve on a county road andjdidnt find it there and will smashed into a tree back to lead a peaceful life The admission of the Negroes among 800 white pupils Aug 27 was followed by a week of in creasing crowds and disorders climaxed by arrival of state troop ers and national guardsmen La bor Day weekend No new trouble consequence developed after the guard left school officials said until after John Kasper 26 Washington was tried and acquitted on slale charges growing out of his of Hungary sovereignty vould be contrary to the princi ples of the United Nations char Then referring to Hammar skjolds offer to go to Budapest personally to look the situation over and to arrange for U N re lief machinery the acting foreign minister said In order to make it possible for your excellency to conduct direct negotiations with the Hun garian government the revolu tionary workers and peasants government of the Hungarian Peoples Republic is ready to wel come your excellency in Buda pest at a later date appropriate for both The third car stalled when the girls got onto a oneway street headed in the wrong direction and they left it Fourth Car They found the fourth car near an Austin church with the keys in the ignition and drove it to Ma son City When they arrived in Mason City they picked up the two boys and drove around until apprehended The girls were turned over to juvenile authorities after giving police statements admitting the theft of the four cars Born 25 also riding in the car died a few hours later The driv er of the car Richard Perfetti 21 Waseca is in fair condition in a Waseca hospital Formerly employed at Sicg Mason City Mitchell had moved to Waseca about four years ago Surviving are his mother Stella Mitchell Waseca two children Michael and Rita three sisters Mrs Richard Holt Mason City Aita Gardiner Was eca and Eve Simmons in Texas land two brothers Lowell Mitchell Waseca and John Mitchell Inter national Falls Minn Burial will be in Waseca Sopening College Students in Protest Over Meals with my Wilson nodded in agreement Warning of Cold Wave Tempered Iowas brief spell of mild s jin dormitory dining halls Sunday mna ooper 21 Albany Indict 3 Magazine Salespersons in Forgery Incident up Floyd ation at jury Saturday re turned forgery indictments j against a m a n and two young j women members of a magazine i sales crew who allegedly altered i the sum on a farmers check I from S9 to S90 Hun Thomas Abshire 26 who gave ANN ARBOR Mich dreds of University of address as Roanoke was students joined in a foodthrowcharged with uttering a forged ing dishsmashing demonstrationinstrument and his companions weather will end Monday night in protest over meals jand MarV Jpan Scott 18 Leigh but forecasters said a predicted Shouting We want good were indicted on forg cold wave would not materialize the demonstrators all male AU three were T t i j in IIPII nf Ql Very cold Arctic air was to have entered Iowa by midday then spread across the state dur ing the night However the weather bureau said changes in the continental weather pattern indicate colder air will spread into Iowa but will not be severe enough to warrant cold wave warnings Maximums Monday were to range from the upper 40s north they decidedto run away from Juvenile authorities said a home jhearing will be held in the matter They said they went to the hearing date has not been set Sioux City Driver Dies of injuries WESTSIDE Frederic R Moore 42 Sioux City died at a Ha ward en hospital Sunday of injto the 50s south The mercury juries he received last Januaryiwill dip to low teens when a semitrailer truck he waslnight then climb into t driving was involved in an acciand low 30s and upper minister in lowa and where a dents spattered plates of asl paragus and vanilla puddingj of The three were arrested Nov authorities rand against the walls Whep officials an emPoye of a Charles closed food lines and cleared theCty bankj noUced tno rooms the crowd continued and otlfied tumult outside They rocked waived to mobiles and threw snowballs atLat a Prehimnary hearing m jus court last Saturday The hubbub subsided after Wal ter B Rea dean of men prom ised an investigation HULK DISCOVERED VICKSBURG Miss UP Union warship the U S S Cairo one of the first vessels ever sunk MINISTER DIES Monday SIOUX CITY Rev a mine has been discovered the 20sJG T Notson 91 prominent on the bottom of the Yazoo River dent near here and 40s south Tuesday iSouth Dakota died Sunday blasted it in 1862   

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