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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 29, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for Drive by Soviets UnlUsd Pfesi Full Lean N CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS COP MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY NOVEMBER 29 1957 Missile Bases Plan Blasted By B J Cutler New York Herald News Service MOSCOW The Kremlin has started a drive to cripple the American plan to establish mis sile bases in western Europe So far the brunt of the propa ganda and scare warnings has been directed against Great Bri tain the only North Atlantic Treaty Organization member to which the United States already has agreed to supply missiles Specialists in propaganda ex pect that the campaign will be greatly intensified before next months NATO meeting at Paris which President Eisenhower will attend and at which a chain of bases for 1500mile missiles will be discussed Prime Objective Because of recent rocket de velopments here and abroad the defeat of any move toward the establishment of American mis sile bases in Europe is now con sidered the Kremlins prime po liticalmilitary objectives The Soviet government has an nounced it has developed an in tercontinental ballistic missile capable of reaching the United States and has described this as a military advantage The United States does not have the ICBM but has made considerable prog ress on intermediaterange mis those capable of reaching Russia from European bases Gaining NATO bases for such missiles would offset Russias alleged ICBM advantage There fore the Kremlins bristling re action to the news that missile bases will be discussed at the NATO meeting came as no sur prise here Game of Madness Typical of the press was the newspaper Soviet Russia pub lished by the Communist partys Central Committee It described as a game of madness reports that missiles would be based in thinly populated parts of Britain For each missile launched So viet Russia warned Britons they can expect to get 10 in return And in this case all England ap parenUy will turn into a very very thinly populated locality The newspaper sharply at tacked Secretary of State John Foster Dulles recent statement at a press conference that the NATO allies were eager to have missile and nuclear bases for their defense It stated Are they eager They are eager in the way that a home owner is eager to have gunpowder stockpiled in his cellar Dulles inclination toward balancing on the brink of war is well known but this does not mean in the least that people want to balance on the brink of life and death Endanger Country Russia charged that the bases program amounted to forcing all kinds of ways for suicide on west ern Europe Other propaganda organs m mcanwhile concentrated in stilling fears in Britain that bases of the United States Stra tegic Air Command represented danger to the country In whose hands is the destiny of England asked the government newspaper Izvestia The result is it warned that England can be thrown into the abyss of a new war because units of American Strategic Avia tion and stockpiles of American atomic and hydrogen bombs are located on its territory Izvestia also sought spread suspicion of American military leaders by alieging they regarded Britain as one of the American bases but not a sov ereign and independent power Plans to Sell Clive Honor Farm Approved DES MOINES Her schel C Loveless has approved wao the State Board of Controls plan y morntng when the tractor he to sell the Clive prison honorWas over on a farm west of here and crushed him The board expects to present a andVur plan to the next Legislature call ing for the sale of the farm with some of the proceeds from the sale going for the establishment Paper of Two SectionsSection One No 44 President Travels to Home on Farm AP Photofax outmgsince his cerebral attack earlier A WEEKEND ON THE FARM I118 aLUlUK eamer dent Eisenhower smiles broadly from his this week the first being a surbrise official car as he leaves the White House f for a weekend trip to his farm at Gettys burg Pa It was the Presidents second v cci jaunt to Thanksgiving Day church serv ices Mediation Offer on Algerian Issues Rejected by France PARIS W Friday re jected the mediation offer of Mo rocco and Tunisia but agreed to accept their help in seeking a ceasefire to end the threeyear nationalist rebellion in Algeria The French decision was an nounced by Premier Felix Gail lard in the National Assembly as he made a final plea for two gov ernment bills which are intended to give Algeria at least partial home rule once peace has been restored there The setting up a fed vuiiu lillL V ne well understood the uneasiness with U N charter principles 4 Injured in Cedar Rapids Blast Fire CEDAR RAPIDS UBA onestory concrete and brick building used as a garage and maintenance plant for the Witwer Grocery Co was destroyed Friday in a fire believed caused by an explosion of gasoline fumes An unofficial estimate of the loss said it would be more than 000 Four persons were injured none seriously in the twoalarm blaze The fire broke out investigators said when an explosion ripped out the south wall of the structure Marshall Jones 53 Alburnette an employe was filling the tank of a company truck inside the building and had just completed the job he said when All at once the truck became a sheet of flame and the building blew up Jones was taken to the hospital for treatment of injuries and re leased Others treated were Rob ert Wodstrchill 39 Walford Charles Keyes 32Waterloo and Clem Keyes 29 brother of to Charles Cedar Rapids Britt Farmer Killed When His Tractor Tips BRITT Herbert Hanson 35 who farmed about five miles northwest of here was killed Fri eral form of government for the ing a peaceful democratic and territorys home affairs and the just by crushing the re other ruling on how elections bellioh and introducing reJectoral should be organized to give fair reforms to benefit Mos representation for both Moslems lems and both made M r JL duuy tcU issues of confidence in the threelast Feb 15 the Assembly ex pressed hope that a peaceful weekold Gaillard government Basic Policy Gaillard told the deputies that of the former French protector ates of Morrocco and Tunisia But he added the basic policies of France cannot be changed We will never agree to consider the million Frenchmen of European origin as foreigners in their native territory where they must keep their rights Gaillard said nothing was pos sible without a ceasefire And there is no need for a conference for that he said Morocco and Tunisia will ren der a great service to France if they can make the terrorists un derstand that he said Campaign Pressed At United Nations meanwhile Tunisia pressed an Arab country campaign to urge the U N Gen eral Assembly tocall for negotia tions between the French and the Algerian nationalists An Arab diplomat also said an AsianAfrican resolution for such negotiations probably will be in troduced Monday in the Assem blys 82nation Political Commit Rural Elecimmediately and sent off to wort trification Administration Friday on things which undoubtedly con announced approval of a to the present Sputniks loan to the Rockwell CoOperativeiand advances of the Soviet Un Telephone Assn for the purposeion of conversion from the manual j Sen Hruska RNefa presided system now in operation to Fridays subcommittee hear tee Mongi Slim Tunisian ambassa dor to Washington and the U N was scheduled as the first pro nationalist speaker in the com mittees debate on Algeria French Foreign Minister Chris tian Pineau openedthe debate Wednesday He pleaded with dele gates to steer clear of interna tionalization of the Algeriancon flict and lel France go on seek Pet Duck Is Victim of Thanksgiving WATERLOO ffl Somebody apparently had duck for Thanks giving dinner and not just any old duck Last week Walter Pitts Waterloo bought his boy a pet mallard They found the lock on be pen broken off Thursday and the duck was gone is survived by his widow FIRE FINALLY OUT LOS ANGELES of a screening center for new penlong brush and timber fire in the itcnliary inmates Loveless said San Gabriel Mountains which residential and industrial cxpanburned to within four miles of sion and highway improvements foothill communities 20 miles in the area necessitate the sale from Los Angeles finally was ex1 of the farm tinguished Friday Russia Seized Experts Germans Now Helping Reds PHILADELPHIA tf Soviet Russia dug deep and fast and without scruples to strip Germany of scientists and technicians after the last war a former United States commandant of the Berlin Allied command told the Senate Internal Security Subcommittee Friday This digging deep by the So viet Union extended down into electrical workers in the factory foremen and supervisors said retired Brig Gen Frank L How ley now vice president of York University Frequently people were seized on the basis which we would consider forcec labor and complaints were regis tered by the West against such seizures of course to no avail Not Present Howley himself was unable to be present at the subcommittee hearings on charges of Soviet kid naping of scientists to speed its missiles program A written state ment by him was released by Sub committee Counsel Robert Mor In a vague resolution adopted democratic and just would be found in conformity Twentytwo African and Asian delegations revived the issue in this session on grounds no prog ress has been made in that direc tion Rockwell to Get Dial Telephones ris Hovyley said limited number of top German scientists in West Germany were invited to come to the United them the guided missile expert Wern her vonj Braun He emphasized that they were restricted to top layer men only that none of them were Nazis or former Nazis which Howley said would have made them that al came of their own volition No Handicap The Soviets were under no such self imposed handicap Howley said Stressing speed with which sci entisls were seized at Peenamuen de on the Baltic a guided missile research center Howley com mented We of the West never saw any of those scientists They were overrun by Russian automatic dial system Dr Reece Phillips president of he association said the conver sion is to begin some lime in 1958 When completed the system will be completely modernized and is designed to fit in with the cross country dial system It will ob viate the necessity of any oper ators in Rockwell The exchange will be served out of Mason City The improvement will include service to the customers now served by the DoughertsRockwell exchange It includes the con struction of a new building in Dougherty at an estimated cost of to house the central of fice equipment there Rockwells present building erected three years ago at a cost of between and is adequate for this purpose as it was built with this plan in mind Dr Phillips said it takes about 10 months to have the equipment manufactured after the order is placed Many more people arc expected to avail themselves of telephone service after conversion since the service will be more satisfactory than the present multiparty lines Emmet Wiley was appointed manager of the telephone associa tion Nov 1 HOME AGAIN DENVER L Shep herd a Denver linotype operator finally got back the pearlhandled pocket knife he lost when he was a boy of 10 in Boulder Colo That was 30 years ago Thursday the knife which has L L Shep herd engraved on the handle was mailed to Shepherds home There was no return address on the package I ing GRANTS APPROVED PHILADELPHIA The Smith Kline and French Founda tion has announced grants total ing for basic research al the University of Iowa Cold Wave Snow Flurries to Cover MIDWEST STATES i Cold air pushed by winds up to SO miles an hour moved into the North and Central Plains Friday and the Weather Bureau warned that temperatures would take a nose diveto1 10 to 15 degrees below zero in some places The worst of the cold wave is expected to concentrate in north ern Minnesota and northeast North Dakota Nearzero readings are m prospect for points as far south as northern Iowa and South Dakota by Saturday morning Temperatures were expected todrop to 10 to 15 degress in northern Missouri northeast Kansas and southwest Nebraska North Iowa also is scheduled to get bursts of snow flurries over the weekend The Weather Mason City Cold wave Friday night with g u s t y northerly winds light snow and tempera ture down to zero or 5 above Partly cloudy and cold Satur day high 15 Iowa Cold wave warning with temperatures falling to near zero north and 10 above south by Saturday morning Snow Friday night and southeast Sat urday forenoon Cloudy and cold Saturday with gusty north erly winds Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average 5 to 10 degrees be low normal Saturday through next Wednesday Cold at be ginning of period Some warm ing on Sunday Colder again the first of next week Norrrta highs 33 north to 40 south Nor mal lows 17 north to 23 south Precipitation will average one tenth to twotenths of an inch light intermitten snow throughout the period Minnesota Cold wave tempera tures falling to about 15 north and zero south Snow fliir ries Saturday partly cloudy and continuedcold high 1020 GlobeGazette weather data up o 8 a m Friday Maximum Minimum At 8 a m Precipitation YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 31 20 30 trace 24 7 JOINT DEFENSE OSLO Norway high Nor wegian military source said Fri day Danish and German naval forces will take over the joint ha i lit V WClt seized val of southern Norway rit off to wort Norways tiny navy will be con centrated in the far north SAME Carroll Man Named New Banking Chief DES MOINES H Gron stal 39 vice president of the Car roll County State Bank Carroll was appointed state superintend ent of banking Friday by Gov Herschel Loveless Gronstal was named to fill the vacancy left by the death last Oc tober of Lee Chandler of Dike appointment to the job is ef fective Dec 1 for a term ending in 1961 but is subject to con firmation by the 1959 Legislature The position carries a salary of between and a year the exact amount to be sent by the State Banking Board The new banking superintend ent has been with the Carroll bank for gA years He said his father was a Re publican and his mother a Demo crat and that he classifiespo litically as an independent Born at Estherville Gronsta Second Outing in 2 Days Continues His Rapid Recovery GETTYSBURG Pa MPresI dent Eisenhower came to his arm home here Friday for at least a weekend of quiet recuper ation from the mild stroke he suf fered Monday The automobile trip from Wash ington was itself a new demon stration of rapid recovery prog ress The journey capped a series of getwell signals that started Thursday with a burst of activity which included surprise attend ance by Eisenhower at a Thanks giving church service The plans to go to Gettysburg were made firm only Friday m n rt ft Ff m 4U TTTII grew up in CouncilBluffs He al tended St Benedict College at At chison Kan and holds a degre in business administration H was an axaminer the Stat Banking Department in 193444 Gronstal is married and ha three children lowan Rescued After Being Wedged Upside Down in Crevice SIOUX CITY Hert wig Krepsky 62 fell into a 30 foot deep crevice late Thursday and was wedged upside down for about an hour before help ar rived She was in good condition al ler home Friday Mrs Krepsky was dumping some leaves into the crevice when ske lost her balance and ell in She was found wedged with her icad downward about an hour atcr by Charles Grubel a motel operator who heard her cries for iclp She was still conscious and was not hospitalized morning after the White House physician had made a new report of excellent progress Eisenhowers automobile with the First Lady riding beside her husband turned in at the farm gate at after a run of 2 hours 10 minutes from the White House The doctors have agreed it is perfectly all right for him to make the drip PressSecretary James 1 Hagerty said 80Mile Trip Accompanied by his the President started from the White House at am the AWAIT NEW PARENTS Faces of these Korean orphans reveal bewilder ment as they await their new parents after arriving at the Portland Ore air port aboard a Korean National plane They are among 80 orphans flown to this country by Harry Holt wealthy Oregon farmer 80mile drive Some 150 to 200 persons waited near a White House gate to watch the Eisenhowers leave The Presi dent smiled and nodded to the on lookers Mrs Eisenhower sitting with her husband in the bigWhite House car also smiled at those who waved The presidential auto was fol lowed by a Secret Service car and anotherWhite House limou sine carrying Maj Gen Howard M Snyder White House physician and some staff members Eight or nine other cars swung in behind the three as the caval cade left the White House gate Long Sleep Eisenhower had an exception ally long nights sleep from 8 pm until 6 am the White House said Hagerty told reporters that no t wasnt because the President was overtired Eisenhower had had an unex ectedly busy Thanksgiving go ng to church and presiding over a family dinner Hagerty said Ei senhower went to bed shortly aft er dinner and was asleep by 8 He said there was no particular reason why the Chief Executive retired so early How long the President will re main at Gettysburg is question able but Hagerty said it will be at least through the weekend I would think Hagerty said it would extend into next week But Hagerty said he probably vill be unable to announce any thing more definite about the stay at the farm until Sunday Cabinet Meeting A Cabinet meeting is scheduled Monday And on Tuesday con gressional leaders of both parties are coming to the White House for a briefing on military and de fense matters and the legislative program for the new congression al session There has been no change Ha gerty said in plans for the ses sion with congressional chiefs But whether Eisenhower person ally will sit in still is up in the air While Hagerty was speaking Eisenhower was conferring with his chief assistant Sherman Adams and Brig Gen Andrew Goodpaster White House staff secretary on official business The new medical progress re port and the Gettysburg trip to gcther with Thursdays surprise burst of activity added up to a signal of a faster recovery paco than had been indicated by Ei senhowers doctors   

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