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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 14, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited forthe Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT R THAT MAKES ALL NORTH JOWANS VOL LXIV NEIGHBORS Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY OCTOBER 14 This Paper Consists of Two One Consists ot TWO One 4 Judge Bars Hoffa From Taking Office One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE ISIS Has China Been Made Happy THE curtain has been lifted enough for the world to sec that Communism has not con verted Russia into any paradise Whether its people are more 01 less happy than they were undei the czars or than they would be if the despotism of the stars still prevailed is highly debatable The recent advent of the Com munists socalled manmade moon hasnt made life better for the average slumdwelling Rus sian and the average Rus sian as I can testify from a close up look this very year is a slum dweller By interesting coinci dence the Polish student upris ing against Communism hit its peak at the very time that the was being going on in China however has been less in the public view The curtain has been drawn a little tighter by Mao Tsetung And even without a curtain transportation and liv ing conditions in China would present some formidable ob stacles to a clear picture earth satellite launched What has been For such reports as we are able to get about the situation in in terior China we are pretty much dependent on nonobjective if not openly prejudiced sources The Communists themselves paint a rosy picture of course while the Nationalists naturally report that conditions are far worse than they were a decade ago when they were chased out Two Revolts Reported Not long ago a spokesman for Chiang Kaisheks government on Formosa told the United Na tions that the Chinese mainland is gripped by unrest that may flare into a revolt like the one in Hungary The Mao Tsetung re gime was described as shaky According to this spokesman Hu Shih by name events in Hun gary touched off two major anti Communist movements on the mainland One led by student groups nearly resulted in para lyzing Peiping and Shanghai with a general strike it was claimed ft is absolutely untrue that the Communist regime in China has won over the mind and fhe heart of the young Hu de clared What happened in Hun gary last October proved that the young students and workers of Hungary have not been captii vatcd by 10 years of Communist rule and indoctrination Recent events Hu added prove that after eight years of abso lute rule and ideological mold ing the students in China are al most unanimously opposed to the Communist party and govern ment Report to UN Chiangs representative at UN gave this account of recent events triggered by the Hungar ian uprising in Communist China An antired movement erupted in June among 5 million students Currency Switch in Germany BERLIN W Communist Eas Germany sealed off its people from the outside world Sunday while it pushed through a blitz currency changeover that cost the West millions In a surprise broadcast at 7 wohl ordered the 18 million East Germans to surrender their mon ey for the new currency before pm Communist police and officials immediately began herding sleepyeyed citizens to emer gency conversion centers in aanks schools factories and res taurants to get the new bills at he exchange rate of one for one 300 Limit Each citizen was allowed cash or what he surrendered up to 300 at the West ern exchange rate The Reds promised the balance could be drawn from banks starting next Saturday Western experts said this will jive the Stalinist regime a de filed accounting of the money leld by each citizen and open the yay for a new squeeze on what ittle private business remains The old East German currency ssue of about five billion marks became valueless except for oins and bills up to one mark As guntoting Red police and soldiers closed a steel ring around the satellite nation untold millions of East marks held in West Berlin and West Germany Became worthless Autobahn Blocked For the first time since the 1948 Russian blockade the autobahn oad link between West Germany and isolated West Berlin w a s closed to German traffic East Berlincrs were forbidden to enter West Berlin Pedestrians entering East Berlin from the West were picked up by police or questioned and searched on the spot Western officials met to con sider a protest to the Russians against what they regarded as a violation of the fourpower occu pation accord on free German traffic within Berlin and on the autobahn link to West Germany HARDY GRANDMOTHER Marie Renier 99Kankt kee III is one of some 1500 delegates attend ingthe annual convention of the Grandmothers Club of America at Los Angeles Shes also one of the hardiest she sits up past midnight to play euchre and drinks an ounce and a half of whisky each each retiring Three of her daughters are also at the convention left to right Alice Jeffrey 75 Kankakee Flora Van Sleet 72 South Bend Zoe Sharkey 69 also of Kankakee Nasser Sends Arms to Friends in Move Against Ike Plan Presidents 67th Birthday Comes at a Trying Time By ROBERT J DONOVAN New York Herald Tribune News Service WASHINGTON President Eisenhower who on Mondav ob served his 67th birthday is gradually creeping up on the recoid for being the oldest man ever to occupy the White House The dis mction is presently held by William Henry Ha nson who in 1841 was 68 years old and President n He has had his share of difficult moments as some of the mile stones of hls presidency vividly recall Korea IndJ Chin 1954 recession the struggles with McCarthyism and the Brick er Amendment his heart attack and the question of whether to run for a second term The world and we he said at his first inaugural address on Queen Opens Canadian Parliament o Jan 20 1953 have passed the midway point of a century of con tmumg challenge Right now the OTTAWA II as Problems of this bewildering cen tury are challenging the Presi dent as never before and those who have been closest to him since 1953 say that he has nevei fei the weight of any problem more than those posed simultan eously by the Soviet missiles and the integration crisis Doctrine worthless Brown Reinstates Safety Division DES MOINES Safety Commissioner Russell Brown Monday rescinded his previous dismissal of Edison K Poison 62 Indianola as a field representa tive for the state Safety Education Division said his reason for the on the was that Poison will be irtuuami eligible for a state pension Within a week the movcmentycarsPoison had started action threatened to develop into a appeal the case to the Iowa Executive Council but no date had been set for a hearing at the Syrian port of Lata kia was followed by a formal dis play of Egyption naval force rr lauuiug ui an Travel returned to normal Monundisclosed number of Egyptian Qcl V I In his broadcast the East Ger man Premier charged that East marks had been hoarded in West Germany and West Berlin for currency speculation and for the financing of espionage organiza tions Grotewohl said the conver sion would make these holdings There were reports of a dual shift in the Middle EastA swine Cairo and Damascus and a Missing Trusty at Anamosa Is Hunted ANAMOSA Robert Markley 26 Fort Dodge a trusty at the State Mens Reformatory here was being sought Monday Au thorities said Markley finished his work at the wardens resi dence 8 pm Saturday and failed to return to the institution of support in proWestern for the antiCommunist U S doc trine Nasser pushed Egyptian influ ence with these moves 1 The surprise landing of an there Symbolic Gift 2 Egypt announced it was send ing to Libya a symbolic gift of six armored cars and 100200 rifles Egypt offered arms to Tunisia in in schools and colleges mainland lent uprising and Red authorities took sternly repressive steps Student leaders arrested and all rallies were banned Despite these measures how ever according to Hu student rioting broke out in central China in a city called Hanyang Nearly 1000 youths surged through the streets shouting antiCommunist slogans and waving banners Students teachers and school of ficials were rounded up and jailed Peiping authorities the UN was told kept news of the Han yang riots secret for nearly two months Then the news leaked out The other major movement re ferred to by Hu Shih was Mao Tsctungs bighearted decision to let a hundred flowers blossom and a hundred schools of thought contend1 It Was ShortLived This impressive freedom of September and sent Vampire jet planes to the Saudi Arabian air force in August Both Libya and endorsed the Eisenhower jpolicy and Saudi Arabian King Saud at least tacitly approved it 3 Egypt moved to weld strong er military lies under the joint command which includes Egyp tian Syrian and Saudi Arabian forces With the arrival of Egyp tian troops in Syria preceded by Egyptian technicians the two governments declared their de termination to stand together against any aggression from Tur key New Maneuvers The campaign to rebuild Egyp tian influence was accompanied by further maneuvering to heal the rifts in the Arab world Lebanon previously under bit SAME 556 Black means traffic death in past l hours Queen of Canada and in her white satin coronation dress Monday opened the 23rd session of the Canadian Parliament She is the first reigning monarch to per form that function The Queen and her husband Prince Philip drove from Gov ernment House to Parliament Hill in the horsedrawn open state car riage Flags and bunting lined the threemile route of the ceremo nial drive and a brilliant display of military splendor was ar uniforms and med als bands flags and marching mea Rich Color The ceremonies in Parliament oemg carried to Elizabeths million Canadian subjects by tel evision and radio were planned to maintain all the rich color and deepseated tradition of Old World Britain and New World Canada As in England the Queen may not set foot in the elected House of Commons The historic cere monial was set in the smaller Senate chamber a magnificent vaulted room of red and gold Greeted by 10000 Elizabeth and Philip drove in brilliant sunshine Sunday to the Canadian National War Memori al where they left a wreath of oak and maple leaves and then talked with a lineup of war vet erans A crowd of 10000 cheered the smiling couple From the Memorial they drove to Old Christ Church Anglican Cathedral where a crowd of 2 000 waited There the prince a lay reader read the Second Lesson the Parable of the Talents from the Book of Matthew Best Exampls Moreover as the President must be aware the measures that he now is advancing to meet these challenges are themselves being challeng ed to a degree that he has not experiencec earlier The best example o this is obvious dissatisfact i o n throughout the country over the administra tions programs for the develop ment of military missiles and earth satellites The President defense of these programs at hi press conference last Wednesday seems to have aroused more criticism than it stilled IKE severest test Can the United States in the face of Soviet armament long continue to enjoy a un i ant consumer economy along with school teacher an adequate defense teacner ment Will common sense and de cency rule the white population n the South and in crowded Northern cities as racial integra tion progresses nun progresses Can be halted without LESTER PEARSON Pearson Is Given Nobel Peace Prize OSLO Norway M Lester B Pearson former Canadian for eign secretary has been awarded the 1957 Nobel Peace Prize The prize amounts to In the United Nations last fall Pearson spearheaded a campaign to bring peace to the Middle East where Britain and France hac an attack on joined Israel in Egypt Sttll on Duty Largely as a result of Pear sons activity a UN emergency force was organized to separate the belligerents This force still is on duty in the Gaza area Pearson in June lost his Cana dian Cabinet job as a result oi elections which brought the Con servative Party to power in Can ada sweeping out the Liberals Monday in Ottawa Pearson said he was thunderstruck at the an nouncement He had not known of it until he was advised by re porters Nobel Committee prize was awarded by the Nobel Committee of the Nor wegian The committee again decided not to award the 1956 prize The committee found no worthy can didate The 195G prize the amount of which was not announced will be disposed as follows Two 03 J WO Indeed the situation that conthirds to the main Nobel fund and ironts Eisenhower on this birthonethird to the special fund of day 55 that some of the basic the Norwegian Nobel Committee assumptions upon which he has proceeded as President may be i r i i T facing their severest test lOWd JChOOl Teacher Is Traffic Victim SIOUX PTTV o Sloux and three other persons were injured an accident in and a semitrail truck on US 20 a mile east Lv at Government wal y osp the spacious grounds and re Cn GovcrntV i rg i n i of Correctionville Mrs Helen Marie Hummel 61 vas dead on arrival at a Sioux hospital Her daughter Miss Delay of 10 Days Ordered Group Charges Ballot Fraud WASHINGTON MB A federal district judge Monday barred James R Hoffa from taking of fice Tuesday as president of the big Teamsters Union A temporary restraining order was signed by Judge F Dickinson Letts at the request of a 13man New York rank and tile Team sters group The order not only bars Hoffa from taking office but also bars others elected with him from be ing sworn into office The tempor ary restraining order will remain m force for 10 days but may be continued for another 10 days Judge Letts order also calls upon Hoffa and others elected with him to show cause why the entire proceedings Of the Team sters convention at Miami Beach tla recently should not be voided as unconstitutional and why Hoffa and other officers should not be oanently barred from taking Election Rigged York that re hat Hoffa S overwhelming elec tion as president of the Teamsters rigged with delegates im The session on holding up Hof as seating was delayed for more than an hour while the attoSev ae in a hot verbal battle be another federal judge with counsel for the scandaScaSd I eamsters Union Martin ODonoghue Teamsters a torney asked Judge John A to put down for an imme nal the case brought bv a v York rank and file Teamster member group challenging Hof fa s election and other decisions of the convention Overwhelming Vote i target of labor scandals disclosures was elected over whelmingly at the convention to u c c e e d Teamsters President Dave Beck but the rank and file group is protesting that the entire convenUon was iJJegal on grounds that more than 80 per cent of its delegates were seated in violation of the unions constitution to rig Hoffas election hearsing for the Queens televi sion speech Sunday night CRASH CLAfMS 5 WAUKEGAN III UP Five Chicago teenagers were kiiled and a sixth critically injured when their soupedup car left the road on a curve At the time of the dimissal ter attack from Egypt and Syria Brown said he upgrading and over its endorsement of the Eiscnj hower Doctrine was reported asking the United States to let it renege on that endorsement Leb anon might have little to lose since she has received almost all her share of the 200 million dol lars Congress appropriated for the American campaign against tive force and that he wanted the men to have college educations and other qualifications Poison is not a college graduate Brown later asked the council to approve such a plan The coun cil said it would be nice to have college graduates in the states employ but that it wasnt neces sary and that years of experience e JA viMimg in should be given weight in suchjLcbanon was said to be urging L ia Lebanese reversal as a contri Communist aggression in thei Middle East situations Polson has been a field reprebution to Arab unity sentative of the division since June 1946 His salary has been a year HURT IN FALL ATLRLO Burlington Man Is Drowning Victim BURLINGTON Eed e r alfiitdgei neck Sunday icicrson Basquin 59 Burling in the MiSvsi afternoon An CONTNUED 0N PAGE 2 PRINCE IX SPOTLIGHT Saudi Arabia ITng Sand beams with paternal pride as one of his sons catches the attention ot Lebanons President Camille Chamoun to the presidential palace in Bie Can the federal budget be kept in balance without intolerable damage to defense education scientific research and other na tional need These are but a sample of the heavy questions that hang over the head of the man who now i reaching that time of life when most other men are settling back to rest and freedom from respon sibility If the President carries heavy burdens at 67 he carries them in excellent health Every heart pa tient in the world should take courage from the physical strength and vigor of the man in the White man who spent his 65th birthday in the hos pital recovering from a coronary thrombosis Relics on Staff The President continues to re ly heavily on his staff in domes tic affairs and on Secretary of State John Foster Dulles eign affairs Since the start of his second term last January there have been numerous changes in his Cabinet and staff but his circle of personal friends remains much the same as it was when he en tercet politics more than five years ago Fundamentally things have not changed too much Four years ago it was said that Eisenhow ers great need was to translate his popularity into an effective turned down ues motion to have the ase set down for immediate trial but ordered the trial expedited as oon as ODonoghue files an an for the Teamsters Union i a Schmidt and Thomas J as hospitalized with ni for the rank and group said they too wanted teacher jvas hospitalized with 3iT Sioux rjanm t tity and his wife 49 were in the second car They were not seri ously hurt The Weather doudy and vi v vr j a quick trial but wanted the bene fit first of a union answer to the charges of delegate illegality From Siricas courtroom Schmidt and Dodd went into the closed session with Letts a temporary restraining order against Hoffa taking office until the basic challenge to the conven is settled one Peedings way or the other They also asked occasional light rain MOBdy mSlU rcstrain Hoffa from High Tuesday mid 60s spending union funds and asked lowa Cloudy with occasional thal a C0lirt master be named to gnt ram Monday night llnion affairs Tuesday Low Monday nightj Chairman McClcllan DArk of Ldiue temperature changefhe Senate Rackets Investigating P Committee has said methods ol MveDay lowa Temperatures1 sccctmS some of the convention will average near to slightly delegates were scandalous Mc above normal Tuesday through Clellan has alleged that half the Saturday Normal highs 62 convention delegates were irrt north to 67 south Normal selected 39 north to 42 south Cooler nvuiij Wednesday Warmer about Fri day Rainfall is expected to average onehalf to one inch occurring early in period and again about Saturday i Pittsburgh Gripped by Transit Strike PITTSBURGH T rt uansu s HighUtrikc gripped all city trolley and GlobeGazette weather data JiT J 8 am Monday thousands of people to find other Maximum Minimum At 8 am YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum GlobeGazette Weather Data up 49 On this birthday his o 8 am Sunda hv oil popularity by all signs is still very great And the need for translating it into effective lead ership was never greater Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation ways to get from their homes to their jobs The result was a mon umental flood of auto traffic that swelled to a near stalemate before the normal rush hour Boulevards leading into the downtown Golden Triangle were curb to curb with cars to bumper moving slow i7 My or not at ali Thousands upon thousands were late for work Tho railways company normally 06 jcairies some 300000 riders daily   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