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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 28, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10WANS NEIGHBORS VOL LX1V Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Seven Cents Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY OCTOBER 28 1957 This Paper Consists ol Two No U One Afans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGIO U3UO pm SunJay 6IO KM PmThursday 930 PmThursday HSIH la City 010 pm Saturday When We Really Mean Business developments of the past year have told the world that if the United Nations is to have meaning it must have some teeth If it is to measure up to the assignment written into its charter it must be equipped with the means for dealing with those who break the peace of the world One of these developments took place in Hungary last winter when Russia in utter disregard of international law or decency sent troops tanks and machine guns in to mow down the free domloving people of that little nation after they had thrown off the shackles of a hated govern ment I was in Vienna while the stragglers from Hungarys free dom fight were still arriving at the escapee centers I saw them I talked with them I brought messages from them to their friends or relatives in America I was in Budapests airport for a brief time while the Russian plane on which I was flying into Russia sat down for refueling and servicing There again I had a glimpse of what happens to peo ple when the slimy hands of Com munism is clapped down on them Not Even a Token Force But the point Im leading up to is this If the United Nations had had even a token force of troops to send into Hungary at the pro pitious time Im confident that the Kremlin would not have sent its mercenaries in to take over To do so would have been to af front world opinion As it was Moscow that the Russian troops were there an invitation This istlie first of the two de velopments to Svitfch I have made reference Now were ready for the other one and its a hap pier story The setting of thi story is the border between Israeli and Egypt and a tiny and hastily assembled United Na tions Emergency Force is the central actor in it Peace at teast an absence of war hasi been the fruit In a report on the matter for a public affairs pamphlet under Carnegie Endowment sponsor ship William R Frye of the Christian Science Monitor staff had this to say Two simultaneous crises in Hungary and the Middle East arose to challenge the United Na tions in late 1956 In one case the world organization relied solely on moral force and despite world public opinion it was not able to prevent a catastrophe in Hun gary A New Instrument In Egypt the UN added to its moral force a wholly new instru ment for peacemaking an in ternational police force The force was little more than a symbol a tangible manifestation of the UNs moral might only about 5000 UN soldiers But a war was stopped and a period of rel ative calm was achieved Many other factors of course the Christian Science Monitor writer continued in his report contributed to the UNs relative success in Egypt and its failure in Hungary But UNEF the United Nations Emergency Force pSayed an important part Many thoughtful people have urged thai the UN obtain such a force as a permanent part of its peace making machinery The United Nations Emergency Force Frye explained was an accident It was he said created in such haste that even its par ents scarcely recognized it It was sent out to do a mans work while still an infant with few tools and fewer instructions he pointed out At home the parents have quarreled over who should feed it and clothe it and over how long they should permit it to live Unexplained Success Yet somehow Frye obI served UNEF is a success It has won the hearts of nearly everyone from President Nasser of Egypt to Sen Knowland of California and from Foreign Minister Malik of Lebanon to Marshal Tito of Yugoslavia Then this little postscript in a somewhat humorous vein In part this is because UNEF has managed despite all handi CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 UNION Cia a waitress was ejected the help of her signcarrying chil union after she crossed picket lines dur dren Arlene Garcia 34 San Rafael Calif ing a recent strike A widow she charged pickets the headquarters of the bartend she had to remain on the job to keep her ers and culinary workers union Mrs Gar family together Convict Listens to Mothers Plea Ends Trail of Terror LAVA HOT SPRINGS Idaho UPi and lonesome man who escaped sel 20 both of Moosejaw Sask saintorsinner convict who from prison so he could be with spread a trail of terror across two her A man M 4 iuanu iUUUtrU LIlUlll II1CU PUUU states slept peacefully in a jail where Brown holed up called him them with a torn shirt and drov cell Monday after his mother in a longdistance telephone call ances from officers that Brown convinced him to surrender Willard Arthur Brown 23 gave up to police without resistance Sunday after told to do so by his mother Dorothy Wilczek James town NY But before giving up Brown Economic Pact Is Approved by Syria Russia DAMASCUS Syria Syria and the Soviet Union Monday signed an economic agreement providing for extensive develop ment projects with Russian ma chinery equipment and technical assistance The Syrians continued to insist that no strings were at viets would supply 100 million dol lars worth of materials equip ment and assistance for the build ing of dams highways railroads and irrigation projects Syria will pay the Soviets back over a 12year period at 2 per had held seven persons including a woman and three children as hostages He had escaped from the Montana State Prison at Deer Lodge Saturday in a state after getting outside on a ruse Mrs Wilczek pictured her son by a former marriage as a car wouldnt be molested Lives Threatened But the woman kidnaped at gunpoint by Brown said he at tacked her And two Canadians abducted by Brown said he robbed them and threatened to kill them and swore he wouldnt be taken alive Browns surrender at the isolat ed ranchhouse two miles west of this sulphur water spa ended fullscale manhunt that centered in Idaho but involved officers in Utah Montana and Wyoming Surrounded by police Brown re leased three children whose ages ranged from 1 to 7 and then asked permission to call his mother Po lice agreed Mrs Wilczek told Brown to give up and he said Okay mother Ill do it for you Brown walked out into the light drizzle put his 3030 rifle down on the muddy ground and tached Reliable sources said the So cent interest Prime Minister Sabri Assali presses the will of the people He added Its high time the imperialists reconsider their pol icy toward Syria after their fail ure to swerve Syria from pursu ing her sovereign policy RENAMED PRESIDENT BURLINGTON Iowa branch of the National Associa tion for the Advancement of Col ored People has reelected A P Trotter Des Moines president in a ranchhouse Idaho robbed them then bound deres will have a good boy and asked assur government total to 450 The only effect was expected to the election have on the away One of the Canadians said member Assembly Brown told them as he left should shoot you Later fearing police were closalthough defections later cut the ing in Brown holed up in the ranch house occupied by J R Maughan 72 Bountiful Utah who was baby sitting with his three grandchildren while the parents attended church in Lava Hot Springs It was here that police found him permitted the phone call to be made then accepted the sur prise surrender rendered sur First Sleep He was taken 36 miles northwest to the county jail in Pocatello where police pondered Monday what charges should be filed and where Brown meanwhile got his first sleep of a 26hour period in which he Escaped from the Montana State Prison at Deer Lodge Stole at least four cars the rifle money and clothes Kidnaped a 23yearold Montana mother of three Mrs Laura Shaf ford and held her for nine har o drive him across eastern liament convenes ZHUKOV IS SHUNTED ASIDE Khrushchevs Power A pears Undimmed Turkish Premier Backed ISTANBUL Turkey Menderes won a new term as Turkeys prime minister Monday while this proWestern nation faced its gravest foreign crisis since World War II Official returns from Sundays parliamentary election gave Menderes Democrat Party 397 seats in the National Assembly The Peoples Republican Party ted by former President Ismet lonu won 178 and the Small Freedom and Nation parties 4 each Twentyseven contests still were undecided Less Than Half The government did not re lease any nationwide voting fig ures but it appeared the Dem ocrats got slightly less than 50 per cent of the total vote of about 10 million When the fourth postwar Par Hint Marshal May Be Given Diplomatic Mission in MOSCOW UP Westerners expressed belief Mon day Marshal Georgi K Zhukov has been downgraded in a Communist Party move to assert its full authority over the armed forces Some observers said Zhukov might be shunted off to a politica lob leaving Nikita Khrushchev as the unchallenged big boss of Soviet domestic and foreign policies The curt announcement that Zhukov was relieved as defense minister created the impression among Western observers in Mos cow that the Russian war hero was being shunted aside whatever new position he might get Zhukov was replaced by Marshal Ridion Y Malinovsky Much speculation centered about the possibility that would turn up soon in the post of a first deputy premier While this be a respectably high gov irnment position it would giv Ihukov little real authority Correspondents found it easy t clear with the censors a predic Nov 1 Men reduced but in the 610 In the last elections three years ago the Democrats won 488 of 542 seats still firm majority The Weather Mason City Fair to partly cloudy with no important tem perature change Monday night and Tuesday High Tuesday upper 50s Low Monday night 3236 Iowa Fair Monday night low in 30s Increasing cloudiness Tuesday Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average near normal Tues day through Saturday Normal highs 51 north to 56 south Nor mal lows 30 north to 34 south Turning colder Wednesday Warming trend again latter part of the week Precipitation will average about onetenth of an inch occurring as scattered rain Wednesday or Thursday TurkishSyrian border crisis was to give Tuitkish leaders more time to deal with it Since the campaigning began the Turks have paid little heed to the Syr ian charges of Turkish plans to attack and Soviet threats to in tervene if fighting broke out Charges Denied Turkey Jenied the charges and said troop reinforcements along the Syrian border were there on defensive maneuvers Foreign journalists visiting the border area found the army in defensive positions placed well back of the actual demarcation line Campaigning politicians hardly mentioned the grave foreign cris is Both major parties support Turkeys alliances with NATO and the Baghdad Pact The campaign centered instead Mendcres full speedahead pro gram for economic development Turkeys serious shortage of consumer goods and the govern ments restrictions on civil lib erties rowing hours She charges he Minnesota Partly cloudv warm raped her at gunpoint Brown de octuii rtssaii said that Syria will continue to follow its present policy and will not be affected by threats or Forced hvo Canadian hunter Gordon Hunter 21and Fred HcM nics it Warming Trend for Iowa Seen A warming trend in Iowas weather ronUnited Monday and the Weather Bureau predicted temperatures would average GlobeGazette weather data up near normal the remainder of er High Tuesday 4866 MARSHAL MALINOVSKY Zhukov Absences in Lower Grades Still Climbing Absences in Mason Citys pub lie elementary schools continued ion that Zhukov from the would be di armed force French Ask for Missiles By TOM LAMBERT New York Herald News Service WASHINGTON France hat asked the United States for in termediate range 1500mile ballistic missile it has been learned The request was submitted by French officials to the State De partment about one month ago reliable sources said That was after the Russians claimed to have tested successfully an in tercontinent ballistic missile but before they launched their space satellite The French have been advised their request is under study Not Pleased The French request may dis gruntle the Russians who under standably would not relish em on the European con and be appointed a first deputj premier Another confirmed report said Zhukov had been fired from the residium Politburo of the Com munist Party a post he has held since last June Another speculative gambit Dassed by Moscow censors is that he post of Russian ambassador n0JVfhin7f miiht im m Pfi u tinent of missiles which of the Baltimore Sun cabled atomic waraeads at winding speed into targets in Communist East Europe or the Soviet Union proper A 1500mile IRBM based near Dijon for example would be within range of Leningrad Mos cow Kharkov and the great Dne prostroi Dam on the Dnieper Moscow censors sometimes use their authority to amend corre spondents cables as well as to delete material Censors may pass speculation when they appar ently have Information to indicate it is right The Soviet government former to mount Monday The flu epi demic wane ly had a number of ficst deputy premiers but at the moment it has none Two of the three men fired from their high posts in the antiparty group purge last summer held that post V M Molotov and L M Kaganovich Georgia Malenkov was only a deputy not a first depu ty River Conversely a 1500mile Russian IRBM based in the Pinsk Marshed or along the Northern Roman ian border would be within range of many European NATO airbases and most great European cities including London and Paris Operational Status Although the United States Is uu epiPravda official newspaper odeveloping three IRBMs none are seemingly was on thejtne Communist Party sharply operational use The Russians however in the upper minded its readers Monday thaton the other hand are believed grades Only 17 teachers were absent as compared with 22 Fri day In the elementary grades a new high of 902 were out of school Monday as compared with 730 Friday Absences at Monroe the unity of the Communist Party must be considered indestructi ble Same Title The title of the editorial Inde structible Unity of Party and Peo ple was exactly the same as the Junior High dropped from 325 toieditorial used last June to explain 235 but at Roosevelt Junior High the number jumped from 200 to 271 High school absences dropped from 354 to 179 and about 25 were missing at Mason City Junior College as compared with 75 Fri day There were 1587 out in the grades from kindergarten through high school Friday 1609 of the 6101 enrollment were missing The absences by schools to party readers the reasons for the antiparty purge Pravda stressed that the Com munist Party has no other inter ests beside the interests of the people adding that the popula tion always has trusted and sup party policy Whatever the Communist leadership decides the party newspaper said gets automatic support from the peo ple SAME am Monday Maximum Minimum At R am YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum SO 25 31 66 42 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Sunday Maximum 35 Minimum 20 At 8 am 29 the week High readings on Sunday ranged from 46 at Lamoni to 50 at Sioux City Clear skies allowed tempera tures to drop into the 20s over j much of the state Sunday night Lows rangedfrom 19 degrees at Atlantic to 31 at Mason City PARK DEDICATED STANTON W Gov Hcrschel Loveless Sunday dedicated Vik ing Lake State Park near here to the future of Iowas youth School Mon Garfield 28 Grant fil Harding 100 Hoover IS Jefferson 82 Lincoln 59 Madison 38 McKinlcy 113 Roosevelt 12 Washington 62 Wilson 55 Total 902 Monroe Jr 235 Roosevelt Jr 271 High School 179 Junior College 25 Fri Thurs 25 44 113 44 69 52 31 73 98 56 25 27 40 97 115 53 40 26 68 96 46 14 730 622 325 200 354 274 67 355 90 to have some IRBMs possibly of less than 1500mile range in operational status Some observers here were grat ified with French requests for IRBMs viewing it as a sign that Russias recent missile boasts and threats have not undermined the moral of NATO nations or sapped their determination to arm themselves for selfdefense The French are the second NA TO nation dealing with the United States for IRBMs This country agreed last March to sup ply Britain with about 60 such weapons and reportedly said it would ship some IRBM ground equipment to the United Kingdom this year It is understood the lat This probably means the party ter equipment has not yet been coecls total snnnori nnf nnlv fnVldelivered expects total support not only for its domestic course but for its foreign policy as well and there is a good possibility Zhukov and Khrushchev did not see eye to eye on foreign policy Injuries Prove Fatal to Independence Man Sioux City Crash Takes Two Lives Bert SIOUX CITY 20year jold Sioux City youths were killed here Saturday night when a car which police said they were in traveling at high speed went out CEDAR RAPIDS it b II I t 11 l Hood 79 Independence died at a j of control and crashed into a big hospital here Sunday of injuriestree suffered last Wednesday in a twol They were Merle Ballantyne car collision at a Highway 30 inson of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Bal tersection at the southwest out skirts of the city The driver of the other car Robert Margulies 30 Rock Island 111 is still hospi talized here lantyne and Byron Blackstone son of Dr Martin Blackstone and a student at Morningside College here Officer said young Ballan Ityne was the driver of the car May Recommend at Least Three Changes in lowas Election Laws fiCl Jy More Metres proposal was a Ion psiilt nf rpronf itMuieu u i on terms ana is also was by absentee ballot In ancommittees set un to tak rarp nfUiicrooctprf ihai DES MOINES IDPA v v H IB IL result of recent testimony thejthe next general election in No legislative investigating commitivember with the term running This problem crops up repeated ly on twoyear terms and is also applicable to four and sixyear terms Most state and county UU1 dllU tV th probably recommend at the next regular term begins jobs are on a twoyear basis east three changes in Iowa elecin January A hill was introduce in thr tion laws It was clearly shown in two days of committee hearings here that amendments are necessary in 1 the short term 2 absentee ballot and 3 the amount a candi date can spend in his campaign Shelby county auditor Chet Han sen testified that the short term leads to confusion among voters When a vacancy results a person A bill was introduced in the last Legislature vote in a recent general election was by absentee ballot In an other county it was nine per cent Hanscn proposed that a ballot commission be established to ov ersee this type of voting But t aroun t y havingjcratic Chairman Jake More MeiMores p s set up to take care ofisuggested that a candidate be alKvays off iInAl4n11 T l campaign expenditures iwoTear Basis Legislature to eliminate the short neither Hansen nor commitlcejon the candidates but require kes two weeks for the vote term but became bogged downjmembcrs came forth with thejclubs to list ali political expcndi canvassed so a candidatcjin committee The investigating mechanics of how such a commislures If this is done its doubtful 1 10 the Short term USliallV rnmrmttnn ic rvnorfnrt In rlioft r i 1 lowed to spend his personal funds Rep Jack Milroy R It s highly probable that thcjup to the present limit for the concurred with Swisher I dont committee will recommend that position he was seeking but prithink it would be appropriate for the per cent limit be continued vale contributions to county andthe state to finance political cam on tho candidates but requircjstate party orgainzations wouldIpaigns from state fundsbut i iiivvioiitaLiiji elected to the short term usuallyjcommittee is expected to draft a serves about six weeks Hansenbill along these lines to be pre contends this leads to confusion because it crowds the ballot and some voters think they are voting one candidate into office when actually they are electing him to the short term scnted to the 58th general assem bly Laws on the absentee ballot will also come in for revision It was brought out in testimony thu in one county 12 per cent of its total sion would operate Limitation Law that a limit would be placed on the clubs Legislators put in a great deal Several members of the com of time asking witnesses aboutmittee are apprehensive about the law which aliows a candidate legislative appropriations to fin in any single campaign to spend only half of what that office pays Candidates in the past have been be illegal there is merit in the plan Mil Vote Basis jroy commented Democratic chairman sugj The question of how much it gcsted that a legislative approcosts to rim for governor was nance general election cam paigns Such a plan was proposed to the committee by vState Demo priation be equivalent to 25 to 35 cents for each vote received by the partys gubernatorial candi date in the last general election threshed over at several commit tee sessions Costs Estimate Republican state chairman L Rep Scott Swisher D IowaL Jurgemeyer estimated it cosls said he personally fell j between and for V   

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