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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 7, 1957, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited ior the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL LXIII Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY OCTOBER 7 1957 This Paper Consists of Two One No 310 Thornton Man Among 9 Road Victims One Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGIO 1300 pm Sunday WOI Ames CIO pm Thursday WTAD Quiucy 930 SCS pm Thursday WSUI la City 910 pm Saturday Diplomacy in a Democracy IN a challenging book recently off the Harper Press Dr Henry M Wriston long regarded as one ot the ablest educational administrators America has ever produced throws a revealing light on the way of diplomats and the workings of diplomacy in this old world of ours Anative of Wyoming Doctor Wristoa won his spurs as Presi dent of Lawrence College at Ap pleton Wis and moved on to Brown University at Providence RL to make it one of the na tions distinguished institutions of higher learning He now bears the title of President Emeritus The book about which I am go ing to visit with you in this com mentary was based on a series of lectures presented by Doctor Wriston at the group of Associ ated Colleges in Claremont Pomona and Scripps While there is an authentic ac count ot how Americas diplo macy developed from our colonial days much of the book is given over lo a rebuttal and I might say a refutation of the idea too widespread that effec tive diplomacy and a three pronged democracy such as ours just cant be had at one and the same time Dictatorships Deflated The converse this is the as sumption a fallacious assump tion Doctor Wriston proves it to be that the diplomacy directed by dictatorships is more produc tive than that under a peoples government In this he can and does point to the sad ending of the diplomatic story under the under Mussolini under G Mason Cify Community World Series Linescore Yanks Braves Q II US Has Fix on Satellite Several Hurt in Crashes Near Garner persons were hospitalized at Mason City after a twocar crash at a rural inter Officer Hurt at Belmond L D Steenhard Dies in Flames The death of a young Thornton man in a flaming twocar crash near Belmond following a high speed chase late Saturday was one of nine motor vehicle deaths WASHINGTON scientists said Monday they have a good fix on the Russian space satellite and can plot its path section 2Va miles northeast of rn Iowa over the weekend US NavaVMiller Sunday afternoon This was one of two accidents which occurred here over the weekend Oscar Nylius10Miller and Mor OCTO AT CONVENT ION HERE under the Japanese czars Hitler and despotism The thing which gives Doctor Wrislon his greatest satisfaction and I would offer the same tes timony is the steady march toward trained diplomats a I Police Group Hears Immigration Officer A Bureau of Immigration official stressed the importance oJ cooperation between the bureau and local law enforcement agen cies at the opening session of the Iowa State Policemens Assn here Monday James A Glasgow supervisory investigator for the Nebraska Iowa district office at Omaha told the law officers that immigra tion service needs their cooperation to keep pace with the crimina activities of aliens In return Glasgow said the government bureau helps loca a week A spokesman at the Naval Re search Laboratory also said that Navy scientists now know when they get the beeping signal from the satellite that their readings are precise to 110000th of a sec ond The latest information here is that the satellite is following what the spokesman called a fairly circular orbit The exact height has not been determined he said but minimum of 400 miles Same Altitude Moscow Radio said the rocket which took the baby moon into its orbit was also circling the earth at approximately the same alti tude as the satellite but separatee from it by about 620 miles The broadcast added that this dis tance will alter in the future The assumption of US scien sts all along has been that the mal stage rocket of a satellit ould circle but gradually fall be ind because of greater friction nd burn up while the satellit ontuiued on its course Visual Sightings Meanwhile visual sightings o ahead anywhere from 24 hours to ris Buns Woden were the driv ers Passengers in the Nyhus car were his wife and daughter Bet ty Nancy Rose Crystal Lake was riding in the Buns car Nyhus is listed in poor condi tion wilh his wife and daughter in fairly good condition Buns is n good condition and Miss Rose s fair The cars were badly damaged Monday morning a car driven y Alan Jass went out of control m Highway 69 just north of the eace Reformed Church and rolled over Joyce Heneman 13 a passenger suffered a broken collarbone Carolyn Jass a sister screening of personnel specific training and a career with defi nite security Professional Serv ice is the Wriston term It was President William How ard Taft who gave the first big momentum to this trend In 1909 he gave civil service status to the various grades of secretarial workers He also directed the state department to institute a plan of promotion based on skill and maturity President Taft Started H It was President Taft too who provided by executive order that those appointed from outside the police by furnishing on the approximately 12000 aliens in Iowa Every alien is required to carry a registration card as proof that he is in this country legally Glasgow said He asked police to check for this card every time they pick up an alien even if for a traffic violation If the im migrant does not have a card he said the chances are that he is in the country illegally Welcoming Addresses Walter Ehrmann Davenport The Weather Mason City Considerable cloudi ness occasional showers an thundershowers no importan temperature change until turn ing cooler Tuesday Low Mon day night 4853 High Tuesda 6065 of the driver escaped with sruises Jass also was uninjured Final Blast in Nuclear Test Series Set Off ANGELS PEAK Nev UP The nuclear device Morgan blasted the new day at 5 am Monday bringing to a close in he Russian baby and fury the nations 1957 ng along at about 18000 miles an cries of atomic tests The device 24th exploded in the pring and summer series was radled under a plastic balloon Larry David Steenhard 22 Thornton died in his flaming car as authorities worked vainly free him Patrolman Jerry Kramer Belmond said his car rammed Steenhards auto w h i c h had stopped on a slight incline on road five miles west of here Lights on the Steenhard car were not on at the time Kramer said One Light Out The patrolman reported seeing the car with one headlight in Bel mond about 11 pm Kramer said he ordered the car to sfop but the driver sped west out of town at high speed Wright County Deputy Sheriff Dale Walrod who met the Steen announced in Russia and the United States One Amer can specialistsaid the Soviet pace vehicle launched Friday passes over the United States about six times every 24 hours on a northsouth course Radio Moscow in a broadcast for home listeners said Sunday night the 23inch space vehicle las already yielded information which it said is of great scien tific value Some US scientists said the president of the state organizal Monday night 4555 satellite apparently was sending back a coded signal and thej voiced the hope the Russians would let them in on the code so they can share in any informa tion obtained One Russian ex pert said there is no special cod in signals coming from the babj moon Iowa Scattered showers and US Tests thunderstorms Monday night Dr John P Hagen director o and Tuesday except rain orjthe American satellite program drizzle northwest Tuesday Lowj said US plans still call fo the morning session diplomatic service should comejand Mayor George Mendon wel only into the lower grades and that vacancies in the higher grades should be filled exclusive ly by promotion Examinations and a merit system were estab lished for admittance to the dip lomatic service What all this meant was that a youngster no longer needed to have connections of an influential character in order to undertake a career in the foreign service Un der Taft this was by executive order but in 1915 prompted by the outbreak of World War I per haps the regulations here cited were written into law by Con gress Moreover Doctor Wriston in his book this statute a vitally important corned the delegates to the city Police Chief L F Risachcr de livered a welcome on behalf of the local department GovHerschel Loveless Atty Gen Norman Erbe and Joseph E Thornton special agent in charge of the FBI office at Oma ha all were scheduled to address the convention at the Monday afternoon session Tuesday Sessions State Sen William Tate Mason City will speak at the Tuesday morning meeting and Cerro Gor do County Atty William Pappas State Safety Commissioner Rus sell Brown and Tillman Thomp son chief of the State Bureau o1 Criminal Investigation will speak notes contained provision Secretaries of cmTuesday afternoon bassy and consuls were to bCj Members of the Policemen brought home from time to Auxiliary Monday heard and assigned to duty in the Max E Goldman Japanes partmcnt of Stale without loss of grade or salary Idea Came From Jefferson And why was this done Again quoting from the Wriston book The objective was to give them an opportunity to refresh their awareness and understand of what was happening at ive day Iowa Temperatures will average 2 to 5 degrees be low normal Tuesday through Saturday Normal highs 65 north to 69 south Normal lows 42 north to 45 south Warming trend Wednesday and Thurs day Turning cooler again about Saturday Rainfall will average 35hundredths to onehalf inch occurring as showers and thun derstorms Tuesday and again about Saturday Minnesota Showers cooler GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Monday Maximum 67 Minimum 48 At 8 am 5L Precipitation trace YEAR AGO Maximum 63 Minimum 31 launching small lest vehicle later this fall with the firing o fullscale 20inch satellites in th spring The American satellite i planned to weigh about 22 pounds compared with the re ported 185pounder the Russians ethered 500 feet above the Yucca lat test side 75 miles northwes f Las Vegas The blast ripped the morning ky with a force equivalent tc aetween 5000 and 10000 tons o TNT and sent the till clout rising high into the sky Thirtythree experiments wer looked to Morgan on a sequenc imer but there were no militar or civil effects tests The troop had gone The Atomic Energy Commissio wouldnt say whether there woul be nuclear tests in Nevada nex year although it has been reporte that experiments will be con ducted in the Pacific Another Dionne Quint Plans to Be Married ard car about a mile west o ere said the driver refused to m his lights The deputy sak e pulled off the road and tha ic pursuing patrol car passec im with its red light on Visi ility was bad due to dust fron ic road Walrod said The deputy said Kramer tol im on the radio that the car wa riving without lights Gas Tank Explodes Walrod said he was about uarter of a mile behind the p rolmans car when the crash oc urred The gas tank of the Steen lard car exploded and the aut vas immediately enveloped i flames The deputy said he and the pa rolman used crowbars in an un successful effort to remove Steen lard from the blazing car Patrolman Kramer received ace cuts bruises and possible nternal injuries in the crash He was hospitalized at Belmond and transferred to a hospital at Mason City where his condition was described as fair A prayer service for Steenhard will be conducted at pm Tuesday at the Wartnaby Funeral Home followed by funeral serv ices at the Zion Reformed Church west of Chapin Burial will be in the church cemetery The Rev B A Rust Sheffield will offici ate Steenhard is Photos by Vic Groh Thornton CRASH WHICH CLAIMED THORNTON MAN The two ixutos ono of them a highway patrol car involved in a flaming crash near Belmond rest on the side of a gravel road both burned out The machine in the top photo was driven by Larry D Steenhard Thornton who died in the collision The car in the bottom photo was operated by Jerry Kramer Belmond a highway patrol man who was injured Elizabeth 11 to Be st Reigning Queen to Visit America Editors Note Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip arrive in Canada Saturday for a state visit then continue to the United States for a muchheralded tour This is the woman millions will see and read about But because of the screen of palace protocol little is known of the true nature of the Queen of the royal rolei she fills of her personal life Now a famed reporter brings you intimate closeup of Queen Elizabeth and her family This is first in a series of articles survived by his By BOB CONSID1NE Copyright 1957 by International News Service The worlds most important woman Elizabeth II will be the first reigning British Queen ever to visit this land her forebears once owned and lost by force of arms Jn an age when the image of Big Brother enslaves or beguiles a huge block of the peoples of the world the beautiful 31yearold monarch is a symbolic Little Mother to a Commonwealth whose peoples number a whopping 640000000 Her visit to Washington New York Jamestown and Williams burg will be the most momentous ever undertaken by this hard shot into space Friday 3AY Out ijR Dionne father of the quintuplets said Monday Annette 23 plans to marry Germain Allard 22 a university student in a private ceremony at Montreal Friday She would become the first of mother Marie Steenhard a working young queen brother Darell Elmore Minn Elizabeth II and her attractive 36yearold consort Prince His fattier amiPhilip the Duke of Edinburgh come here as symbols of the slack a sister preceded him in death jbut strong unity of a great and farfhmg world power Theirs is at Other Victims once a mission of peace and a royal tour with wide screen and tech nicolor a time for ticker tape Other victims of accidentsj Hagen said the present Soviet satellite appears to be a test ve hicle He said this explains the lack of any advance announce ment by the Russians the famous girls to marry Cecile another of the four sur viving quints is scheduled to marry Philippe Langlois 26year old Canadian Broadcasting Co technician next month Troopers Following Girls to Dressing Room Faubus Says LITTLE ROCK Ark S Orval Faubus Mondav Goviyou and your troops will be here were Douglas Nechaelson 20 Minne apolis killed early Monday when the German sports car he was driving ran off Highway 69 and struck a tree just south of Blairs burg Clyde Trent 43 of near Water loo died of injuries suffered in an auto collision in Orange Town ship near Waterloo Sunday Earl Enabnit 43 Winthrop was j killed Sunday when was driving collided jat an IllinoisCentral crossing in Winthrop Lauris Benedrus 18 Bellevuc yet an occasion to ponder homage which scarcely the tics that bind free men every where Behind the tinsel will be the solid meatandpotaiocs realism of survival in a world where her enemy and the enemy of all who profess freedom is loose with hydrogen bomb and inter continental missile Her goal is could be greater if she could au tocratically command the arms and industry of her teeming mil lions with a wave of her jeweled sceptre Elizabeths strength is that she is respected revered loved and looked up to by Britons Scots Welsh died Saturday of injuries received accused a ong time federal troons at interated Ccn Nine NeSro stllclcnts made a earlier in the day when the car tecierai troops at integrated Ccn n n jcl cnlrancc Ccntral Mon in which he was riding ran off jtral High School of following girl ay to conifnuc thcjr integrated Highway 52 near Bcllevue wife of an American pastor Mrs 0 T to 8 am Sunday Ehrmann vice president of the J auxiliary presided into their dressing GlobeGazette weather data up In a letter to Maj Gen Edwin Thus started the third week Monday afternoon members of the auxiliary toured State Brand j Creameries Inc The convention will close Tues day night with a banquet and dance Maximum Minimum At 8 am Sunday home and to see how policy was made The term reAmericanization REVOLT SMASHED has been applied to this rotation MONTEVIDEO Uruguay W al procedure but its a much re senlcd term Nevertheless injEleven persons were under m Doctor Wristons opinion it haSjdictmenl and another 30 in jail much to recommend it and has aj o n d a y as the government long historical background againgl groups j CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 said planned a revolt SAME A Walker commander of auKvith Central High under guard by troops in the area Faubus said If you do not see fit to change this policy and regard this typeitrol Monday federal Army soldiers and Nation al Guardsmen called into federal service Guardsmen were on pa Tamara Heinkel 3 DCS Moincs died Saturday night of injuries suffered when she fell from a car belonging to her father Jack E Heinkel on Highway 6 about eight miles east of Grinnell Charles Nixon 19 Council ELIZABETH of action as necessary to carry About 50 while students lounged jmuf Saturdav of Jnjurics out your mission of intcgratmgjaround he entrance before in a1 autoaccident on Central High School then may I rival of the Negroes Principal Jj suggest that you request a cerjW Matthews appeared at the tain number of members of thedoorway and said something Womens Army Corps jwhich newsmen could not hear Faubus said the alleged invajThe white students dispersed sion of privacy might be endurj In contrast to last weeks 30 or able on a temporary basis Butmore armed escorting troops only Northern Irish Cana to promote closer tics between flians Australians N e w Zea thc Commonwealth and Newfoundlanders Nova States strained a Indians Pak rhirmg Suez better now ceri s t a n j ceyloncse and the be improved further by of t c skyscraping Queen of Tonga She is the per sonal model of a scattered yet combined people who hold the balance of control in the world today H would be difficult to find more willing to accept jthat role than those of Elizabeth Alexandra Mary of Windsor cur ircnt end product of a thousand years of rulers Death of Father The role was thrust heavily her with the death of her Philip was chosen to PHILIP he wrote half dozen National Guardsmen However if federal troops beside the six Negro girls Highway 6 just east of Council minalin with Americans of all V uii break the sizes shapes shades grees of imponancc and dc1 n e w s to Elizabeth Biufis Sept 17 Ira V Houston St Louis Mo killed Saturday when his car hit a bridge rail a mile south of For a monarch whom the ages had gone off with the Woman E Paid Homage Feb 6 1352 at the Royal Lodge Sagana in Kenya Destinys child was queen Edward VIII Hamlin on Highway 71 have stripped of authority and Love George VI had been taken by lung cancer in the Ronald Knudson 21 of near a woman who but jaway tcrloo killed Saturday when his does not rule Elizabeth II prime of his life A new Eliza j l v V w V vl II i ui i u if uvJ ivn jjx j tn Ull 1 A to remain as long as forcible inland three boys as they enteredjcar missed a Highway 150 curve comes with distinguished crcbclhan age had dawned and no topiatmn nf thsrhnnl is nornsUip srhnol There was no heckin Oelwcin and rammed into a dcntials At the White questioned the girls ability and elsewhere her majesty willlto lead it At the London airport tcgration of the school is sary then it is my opinion thitling
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