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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 23, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited tof ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H I NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXIV Associated PrtM and United Intern Tull 7c m Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JUNE 23 1954 Paper oi Two One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO 1300 WOI Amei HTAD Qulncy WSUI City pm Sunday pm Tuesday pm Thursday Li 15 pm Saturday Control of Outer Space THIS LITTLE VISIT with you is to be about the control of outer space If I had dealt with this subject a scant five years ago it would have been neces sary to do a lot of explaining and backgrounding But such wont be necessary how I approach the assignment with a knowledge that more than a few among my hearers will know a great deal more about the ter than I do Im thinking of course of those youngsters with a bent for science some of them no further along in their educa tional process than junior high school My first concern about outer space came about three years ago when I spent an hour in the presence of a scholar charged with one important phase of this international geophysical year Even then there was a plan to send an artificial moon into orbit in March of this year My fel low editors and I were fascinated by the prospect IN HIS TALK he explained that the world around in cluding those of Russia were working on the farflung program as a team There was just one common aim that of drawing the curtains further apart and throw ing additional light on the nature of our world and our universe Our scientists made the same mistake our statesmen did at San Francisco in 1945 They believed the Communists Nearly a huni dred vetoes in UN have been a re flection of the Kremlins insincer ity or dishonesty if you want the precise word at San Francisco Sputnik No 1 was a reflection of Russias deceit in this interna tional geophysical year effort But the point I am getting to is that it was the Russian launch ing of an earth satellite last Octo ber that threw the importance of outer space control into a bold relief on the curtain of the fu ture Theres a real uneasiness about whats going to happen on the moon if the Russians should happen to get there first ONCE PPINION was divided among scientists as to whether space travel for man is possible Today however theres pretty close to unanimous agreement that trips to the moon are with in the foreseeable future The only real question is whether it will be 10 years 25 years or 50 years from now Down through the centuries na tions have laid claim to territory on a basis of discovery If this pattern known to Columbus Ma gellan Vasco da Gama and the Cabots were to prevail in outer space it could lead to a Russian owned moon Thats a bit on the terrifying side when we consider Demonstrations Over Hungarian Executions Flare AP YOU DIDNT HAVE TO TAKE SO Pamela Evarts Minneapolis shares her popcorn with Earl Warren was main speaker at the 25th annual Swedish Warren but with a facial expression that seems to in Day celebration Thomas Leedham 6 like Pam dicate the U S Chief Justice took toolarge a handful ela is dressed in a Swedish costume Schools Decision Remains LITTLE ROCK Ark Dist Judge Harry J Lemley Monday denied a to staj his own order ofSaturday which suspended integration in Little Rock schools for 2Yj years The judge said that to grant a stay would keep the racial situa tion at Central High School intol erable because toomuch time vould be consumed in processing a Negro attorneys appeal of his order Wiley Branton attorney for the National Assn for the Advance ment of Colored People said he planned to telephone theUS 8th Circuit Court of Appeals at St Louis to ask for instructions on how to obtain a stay from tha court He said the appeal of Lem leys integration order itself wil be handled routinely Notice o appeal has been filed here I dont know at this point ex actly how this is going to be ban died Branton told a newsman I may have to go to the chie circuitjudges home The Little RockSchool Boan opposed Brantons motion for stay on ground it would be in th interest of the Negro pupils only not the public that at the moment we appear to The motion for stay pending ap Mason City Partly cloudy through Tuesday Chance of a thundershower Monday night and Tuesday Continued cool Monday night low upper 40s Cooler Tuesday high mid 60s owa Partly cloudy through Tues day A few widely scattered thundershowers south Monday night and Tuesday Low Mon day night in 50s FiveDay I o Wa Tempera lures will average 4 to 8 degrees be low normal M o n d a y night through Saturday with no major daily changes expected Normal highs 83 north to 86 south Nor mal lows 59 north to 63 south Rainfall will average onehalf be at least a stride or two behind the Russians in this field of sci entific endeavor On Jan 12 of this year Presi dent Eisenhower dispatched a let ter to Nikolai Bulganin in which he described control of outer space as the most important problem which faces the world today I propose lie wrote agree that outer space should be used only for peaceful purposes peal was a move to keep sevc Negro students in classes with ap proximatcly 2000 whites whe Central High begins its nev school year in September FREIGHT DERAILS WATKINS Traffic hi been resumed on the North Wes ern Railroad line near here afte a freight train was derailed abou midnight Saturday No one wa reported hurt The Weather inch to one inch in scattered showers during the period Minnesota Showerscooler High Tuesday 6272 GlobeGazette weather data up io 8 am Monday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 64 43 60 32 87 54 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Sunday Maximum Minimum Precipitation 75 49 32 Former Mason Cityan on Yacht Hunted Off China TOKYO All Japanese fishing vessels in the East China Se were ordered to look out Monday for an American yacht whicl may be drifting near the Communist Chinese mainland with Holly wood actor John Calvert and four others aboard including a forme Mason City Iowa woman The 95ton twomasted Thespian of Los Angeles owned an skippered by Calvert left Keelung Formosa in bad weather las Monday The actor expected to reach Japan Thursday or Friday Church of Brethren OKs Policy Change DES MOINES Church of the Brethren in the closing session of its annual conference here Sunday granted women full and unrestricted rights to the ministry of the church The move was requested by yacht had just been fitte with a new engine and Calver sailed against the advice friends Two of those on board are Mr and Mrs Joseph Iverson MRS IVERSON is the forme Iva Boyd of Mason City She i a sister of Mrs Earl Noll Clea Lake of Mrs Robert W Baglej Des Moines and of William V Boyd former cashier of the 1st Boy 17 Admits 4 Thefts W German Embassy in Moscow Hit FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES than 1000 ban ner waving demonstrators at tacked the WestGerman Embas sy with stones sticks and ink bottles Monday in retaliation for an assault on the Soviet Embassy in Bonn last week US newsmen were roughed up several times as they attempted o take pictures during the three hour episode Their cameras were smashed The demonstrators marched to ward the Embassy from several directions They seemed well or ganized Suddenly they started throwing stones and bricks smashing embassy windows by the dozen THEN CAMEa barrage of ink 3ottles that splattered bright blue nk on the gray embassy walls Some of the bottles sailed through aroken windows and crashed on the floor inside The crowd was in a vicious mood In Saturdays demonstration in Bonn the West German rioters also broke windows and hurled the ink into the Soviet embassy there The West German government AP Phototax TOPS ADAMS Gerald Mor gan President Eisenhowers special counsel may be quizzed by House investigators when hearings into the Sherman Adams case reopen Tuesday Some lawmakers have said that Morgan may know more than Adams about industrialist Bernard Goldfines alleged im proper dealings with govern ment officials Arrest of a Mason City youth four of 12 nighttime burglaries here inthe last 10 days policereported Monday Robert Dean Clark 17 volun arfly told police Sunday that he lad burglarized four businesses in Mason City since June 17 He s the son of Mr and Mrs Lyal Clark 401 1st NW Clark admitted that he alone lad stolen in the four burg aries He is already on a one year probation for breaking and sntering at Spencer in the fall of 1957 apologized and promised to recti fy the damage in accordance with international diplomatic custom Earlier last week when similar demonstrations occurred at Ihe Soviet embassy in Copenhagen windows in the Danish embassy lere were broken in the mem ory of observers here had demon strators so acted in the Soviet capital The demonstrations in Bonn and Copenhagen as well as a demon station at the Soviet United Na tions embassy in New York Sun Ill Williamson of Nationai Bank of Mason City Boyd now is manager of the Cali the Brethren at Roanoke Va and was granted with little de bate Until this year the church had licensed women in the min istry but denied them ordination We face a decisive moment history in relation to this matter Both Russia and U S are now using outer space for testing military The time to itop is now BULGAN1N REPLIED a week later agreeing to the importance of using outer space solely for peaceful purposes But he insisted the question could be approached only as a part of the general problem of banning nuclear and rocket weapons It was the cus tomary Kremlin gobbledegook If one could ever believe any thing put out by the Communists there would be some comfort in a recent article printed by a legal journal in Moscow Its author concluded that in spite of their complexity ail these problems can be solved if there is a posi tive approach by the negotiating parties and if artificial satellites are utilized only for peaceful pur poses A preview of the difficulties which lie ahead was presented in the illtempered charges brought against the United Slates by CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 ornia ranch which is the Iverson home The Iversons ranch is a fa vorite location for western mov ies and they consequently are ac quainted with many of the stars of moving pictures and television The Calvert yacht is on a twofrom where he had taken it year trip around the world Born Aug 6 1940 at Emmets AT 1 AM June 13 Clark broke into the Dairy Queen 515 N Fed eral he told police and took in pennies from the cash box Two hours later he entered the Sherman DX Service Station 630 1st NW and from the cash register Clark then entered the McKib ben Shell Service Station 1303 SW at am Friday he said and look 50 pennies and a pack of cigarettes Afterwards he drove towards Clear Lake on Highway 18 On the way he stopped at Charlies Drivein and took 50 pennies and after driving around Clear Lake he returned to Mason City Each time Clark used his par ents car without their permis sion Around 9 pm he would ask his parents for the keys to the car so that he could listen to the ra dio After his parents were asleep he would go for a ride IN THE SPRING of this year Ciark said he stole a car at 1 pm parked in front of an apart ment house on 6th S W He drove the stolen car to his broth ers house in Spencer He re turned to Mason City a day later and parked the car three blocks Iversons had flown to Formosa and boarded the vessel there for the world jaunt ON FRIDAY a vessel similar to the white yacht was sighted by a Japanese trawler only 80 miles southeast of Shanghai It was re ported drifting northwest in a calm sea halfway between For mosa and the Thespians destina ition in southern Jaoan The report did not alarm burg he moved to Mason City with his parents two weeks before last Christmas from Spencer He ON MISSING YACHT Among those on a yacht be ing sought in the East China Sea are Mr and Mrs Jo seph Iverson shown with their dog Nibbs Mrs Iver son is the former Iva Boyd Mason City day were in protest against the secret trial and execution of Hun garian freedom Premier Imre Nagy and his companions an nounced last week The demonstration at the UN headquarters in New York was led by several hundred Hungar ian refugees The demonstrators smashed three windows of the Park Avenue building Seven po licemen and a number ofpickets were injured none seriously THE VIOLENT outbreak came police said at what appeared to be a prearranged signal It turned into a melee between 350 pickets and nearly 100 policemen Nine Dickets were arrested The demonstrators had been peacefully marching and handing out leaflets of the Federation of Former Hungarian Political Pris oners before the violence erupted It was the second outbreak of violence at the Manhattan build ing over the weekend AntiSoviet pickets broke two windows Satur day and three arrests followed Former Klemme Man Killed in Helicopter Crash Father of Expelled Negro Student Held Following LITTLE ROCK Ark UPI Robert Brown 50yearold lather of Minniejean Brown who was ex pelled from Central High School following racial was ar rested Monday oh an open charge in connection with the fatal shoot ing of another Negro Police Lt 0 A Allen said El mer Isaac 68 the manager of a private Negro club was shot three times near the entrance of the club near the downtown disj trict I Allen quoted Brown as saying thatfriends had told him Isaac had threatened to shoot him and when he saw Isaac make a move at his hip pocket he shot him Minniejean Brown was expelled after pushing incidents at the school and for dumping soup on a ellow students head She enrolled in a private school in New York and only recently returned here Mercury in Dip to 43 Record Set Temperatures dipped to record lows for the date at several points in Iowa Monday morning cool air cleared the skies of thun derstorms which crossed the state Sunday Mason City had the Iowa low of 43 one degree lower than the previous record low for June 23 set in 1942 Other cities setting records were Lamoni two degrees under he 1918 record and 51 at Council Bluffs one the 1887 record The 49 at Des Moines equalled its established in 1887 THE WE ATM ER BUREAU ex pects the cool to con tinue the remainder of this week with temperatures averaging fdyr to eight degrees below normal highs of 8386 Rainfall will aver age up to an inch Scattered thundershowers were expected to begin in extreme northwest late Monday and move onacross the state Tuesday The showers that swept the state Sunday left half an inch of more of rain at some places Ma son City had 32 TWO DECATUR County were struck by a tornado which caused some damage but no in Ray Moore saidihesayira horse Jifted into theair then set down apparently unhurtrBut the roof offhis kitchen and a stock watering tank was blown aboutlfour blocks SAME INSIDE RUSSIA TODAY Labor Camps Being Eliminated by Russ EDITORS NOTE This is in a series of articles based on John Gunthers new book In side RUSSIA Today CWO Argyle E worked as a carpenter when 26 formerfy of Klemme sible but was unable to findwas kllled in a crash of an ar steady work in Mason City Clark j helicopter night on finished the 10th grade at cer High School By JOHN GUNTHER A serious effort is made as Clark was brought to the sta tion by police at am Sun day While waiting to be ques tioned he went to the rest room locked the door and crawled ranch south of Manhattan Kan The helicopter carrying three warrant officers and two enlisted Russian political prisoners are re leased not merely to give them jobs and otherwise fit them for re sumption of life if any life is left but to punish those who by bear ing false witness incriminated them There have been dozens of of young men who were sent away for short terms in the last Stalin which freed prisoners are brought face to face svith their accusers The accusers if found guilty are tried and punished THE LABOR CAMPS as of to men crashed during a thunderday have been largely done away jwith for political prisoners This storm Funeral services will be held here al the Methodist Church Fri Japanese coast guard officials They said the vessel may reach jsouthern Japan in a day or two Calvert is a former stage magi ian who played the Falcon on elevision and movie heavy roles CRASH KILLS 10 ORIZABA Mexico least 10 persons were killed and 20 in jured when a runaway electric train crashed into a crowded rail road station Sunday at Maltrata Point near Orizaba is a major ex pression of dc through the window He was dav aflernoon The Rev Mclvin Staliniz a t i o n caught in the alley behind the sta tion by police Afterwards he ad mitted his burglaries Guernsey Boy 9 Drowns in River GUERNSEY W Gordon Baethke 9 son ot Mr and Mrs Harold Baethke who farm near here drowned Monday while fish ing in the English River 2Vi miles east of here Miller will officiate Surviving are his wife the for mer Ruth Jenssen daughter ofi Mr and Mrs Gerald Jenssen Klemme and two sons The fam ily had been living near the Army post at Ft Riley Kan where Hays was stationed COMPOSER DIES NEW YORK UP Ford T Dabney 75 composer of the hit song Shine died Saturday after a long illness Forced labor certainly still exists but plays nothing like its role in former Soviet economy Ordi nary convicts thieves racket eers bandits GUNTHER may still be sent to correctional Idbor camps but the camps have been to a large extent depopu ated of inmateswho were put here without cause or for polit cal offenses Reasons for this are several First the present ruling group enuineiy thought that forced la Dor for political misbehavior iniquitous and should be stopped Second the use of forced laDor had reached the point of dimin ishing returns Forced labor sim ply was not efficient enough THIRD to keep labor camps going at full capacity necessitated an intake of approximately one million new men per year and such a regular inflow of crim inals was it is only too obvious difficult to set up under social ist legality Once you commit yourself to a regime of law it is impossible to plan in advance how many forced laborers shall be utilized Fourth there were grave short ages in labor power elsewhere in the Soviet Union and it was more important to have free labor working at machines in Stalin grad than slave labor digging coal in the Arctic A general amnesty was pro claimed in March 1953 immedi ately after Stalins death This applied to petty criminals sen tenced to terms up to five years In 1954 came another amnesty which was broader and which ap plied to those found guilty of col laboration with the Germans The sentences of most of these began in 1945 and were for 10 years i   

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