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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 10, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT M A K I A I L NORTH 10WANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL 97 Associated Press and United Press International Full Wires Te a Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY NOVEMBER 10 1958 Tlili Paper ContliU of Two No Europe Radio Free Europe Airs Local Talent EDITORS NOTE As a paying guest of Radio Europe Editor Earl Hall re cently visited Munich Paris and Lisbon This is one of a series of reports on his experiences and observations By W EARL HALL MUNICH Germany Until youve heard God Bless Amer ica sung by a chorus of Hungar ian escapees you havent heart that musical prayer in its mos impressive form That experience came to me on this my final evening in Ba varias ancient capital city 1 came as the climax of a progran p r e sented bj refugees fron Russias sate lite countrie whose talent are regular used by Radi Free Europe with adminis tralive h e a d quarters here The orches tra was made HALL up of a guitar ist and accordionist from Czecho slovakia a doublebass player vibraphonist and clarinetist from East Germany a violinist from Poland and a violinist from Hun gary CONDUCTING the chorus was a product of the famed Music Academy of Budapest a smiling man named Palos A baritone named Marck was studying in London when he chose freedom over returning to his native Po land The piano soloist on the program once lived in and loved Czechoslovakia There was a suggestion of Di nah Shore and Patty Page in the blonde Polish girl who started her group of popular American tunes with She chose freedom over continuing a I careec in Warsaw light Another representative of Poland had established herself in grand opera iof four babies the same Then there was a s o n g and irole Monday for 14 of her broth dance offering by a group of Pojers and fulfillment of lish children with a tug at the a pledge to her dying mother heart similar to that of the Hun garian chorus They ranged in Jets Intercept Kings Aircraft AP Photofax ORANGE BOWL QUEEN7 This is the time ofyear when football teams begin to postseason bowl games The Orange Bowl at Miami has beaten the others to the punch by choosing its Green 21 a University of Miami senior fromRock wood Tenn Shesan added incentive you might say Mother of 4 to Care for 14 The Weather Mason City Fair and warmei Monday night low 32 37 Plan by President New Aid for Asia Nations SEATTLE Wash dent Eisenhower proposed Mon day a financial pool be estab lished by the major free nation to help the lesser developed coun tries outside the Soviet orbit Eisenhower outlined a fivepoin plan for his country in its efforts to assist in the growth of South and Southeast Asia He suggestcc hat the other better developec nations of the world would be in vesting wisely by joining th United States in an mlcrnaliona levelopment association whic would be a way of effective mobilizing financial resource by the free world a a THE PRESIDENTS proposal were contained in a speech ered to the opening minister meeting of the 18nation Colomb Plan a cooperative cbuhc an FATHER P1RE age from 6 iu 12 arid not one of Cloudy cooler Tuesday high upper lowa cloudiness jaiid scattered CHICAGO young mother Tues west Warmer southeast nida y Cooler Low i Monday night northwest to up Mrs Albert Williams 42 diedj Per southeast Saturday after failing to recover n n j i e jFive Day Temperatures Frnm fnp nplivnrv nf lurin rlatioti Southeast Asian development The President flew back to Washington shortly after bis speech from the delivery of twin daugh Uiem has ever set eyes on his or terSj her 22nd and 23rd children her homeland All were Qct 19 in pvilp I Her eldest daughter Marie ALL OF THESE performers inlSmith 22 took them home to the banquet hall of Munichs jtheir brothers and sisters and her largest hotel would have been inown four babies more familiar surroundings in a THESE CHILDREN are mine will average 5 to 10 degrees above normal during the next Nobel Peace Prize to Belgian Priest OSLO Rev Domi nique Georges Pire a Domini can father who ha 5 devoted years helping refugees from Eastern countries won the Nobel Peace Prize for 1958 Monday t Father Pire 48 heads an or ganization he calls Europe of the Heart He is a Belgian born in Dinanl a Frenchspeaking city on thc River Aleuse y Inn PRJZE was awarded byvihe fiveman Nobel Com in of Hussein Ordered to Land But King Flees Back to Amman A M M A N Jordans KinR Hussein told his people Monday MIG jot fighters blocked his plane over Syria on his vacation flight to Europe and chased him back to lht border The monarch gave this explan ation in n nationwide broadcast of his sudden return He spoke after n long Cabinet session Jori dans Parliament was called to meet Tuesday Radio Cairo called unfounded Husseins charge that Syrian fighters attacked his plane The of je to wegian Parliament As usual achicVea ofeconomic progress which Astll make it pos sible them to go forward in selfreliant growth He referred proposal in to the American the United Nations north to 51 south Normal lows are 27 north to 31 south It will be cooler Wednesday and Fri day and warmer Thursday Pre cipitation will average less fhan a quarter inch occurring at the General Assembly on Sepl 18 that of sincere good will each other should draw up new Jongterm plans of of siuaio o u i ac sn uaraens d k d a quarter men occurring at where practically all broadcastM 5fj beginning of the period and M fj ing activities for Radio Free to the ake rope take place Thats where tllom Mflm Qn herMinne they do their stuff iot for a live audience but for their neigh bors back home and in their na tive tongues RFE is on the air 20 hours a day with a wide variety of wave lengths from whichto choose in its catandmouse game with the them death bed with tears in her eyes to keep them together She was the most wonderful mother in the world She loved children Thatswhy she had so MRS WILLIAMS and her hus F o r t Alonxo 58 came to Chica Scattered less developed areas IF BOTH thi less developed and more developed countries move vigorously to carry out this proposal their action could pave the way 1960s to become a decade of unprecedented prog showers toward bur common continued in 40s cool High Tuesday GlobeGazette weather dataup to 8 Monday Minimum At 8 43 22 28 Communist jammers nately for our side it ago AGO longer to set up for jamming opWilliams is a plasterer but for Maximum 3ti erations than for broadcastingUvo years he has been unable lo Minimum 15 and WC have the added hpratisp nf an intpsiinal His i tage af calling the iorder miesimai ens qiobejSazctte weather data upSound projects which will afford he The Presidents basic program for economic which he pledged the United Slates to pursue included what he called five major Tequiremcnls for eco nomic r These were requirements for expanded international trade for technical skills for private invest ment for normal bankable loans the committee gave no reason for its choice nor did it say which other names Ijad been proposed Thc announcement winds up Ihc award of prizes for 1958 made from a fund left by Swe dens Alfred Nobel inventor of dynamite Thc awards ceremony is lo be held in Stockholm Dec 12 WHEN THE AWARD was an nounced Father Pire was at the Sartc Dominican Convent of Huy his city of residence His secretary Miss I Joll ing said Father Pire is doing a retreat I cant disturb iiim now but I will have lo let him Father Pire visited Oslo Oct 21 In a speech he said he planned to build a new refugee village in Norway and name it the Anne Frank In September he founded the fifth refugee village in Europe the Albert Schweitzer Six Persons Hurt in brondcasl said the MIGs escorted Husseins plane back to Jordan because it lacked permission to fly over Syria HUSSEIN SAID two fighters rose to challenge his plane The MIGs buzzed the royal cruft and chased the plane to the Jor danian frontier making six passes he said I The King did not say the MIGs fired at his plane but only that they made passes Hussein stud thr jets described MIGs markings first attacked his plane 15 miles from Damascus The King was piloting the twinengine Jordan air force plane He returned to Amman t w o hours aftcrr leaving and immedi ately summoned his Cabinet THE 23YEAROLD proWest ern Hussein was cnroutc t o Europe for a welladvertised va cation when the jets swarmed up from Syrian airfields and ordered him to land at Damascus airport when he idcnti fied himself by FIUST HOME PORTRAIT Chester Ullmun 34 De troit carpenter studies month old quadruplet daughters Marion Helen Catherine and Martha as they are photographed through the picture window of the Ullman home The quads were brought home Sunday and the Ulhnans said theyre still adjusting to all the extra work They have two other children Charles and Louise L Portuguese Plane Down Signals Heard LISBON UPI The U S Navy reported Monday that Its stfirch planes had spotted an oil slick and picked up distress 11 It YFJ 1JV IJ 1 II 4 Ul i t Disl Jmltjc John E Miller m tiu Atlanlicsca dismissed an application for an injunclion against the School Board The case was remanded o Judge Millers court Judge Miller was directed to enjoin the School Board from taking any further steps or ac tion without the approval of the District Court to transfer posses sion control or operation wheth er directly or indirectly of any Speed Integration School Board at Little Rock Told ST LOUIS 8th Circuit Court of Appeals directed SInnday the Li e Rock School Board take affirma tive steps to accomplish integra tion as previously ordered by the courts Thc threejudge court vacated an order by Arkansas Federal radio The sources said the King refused lo tlusenior high schools or any and he rndiocdintllcr property for operation of the control lowsegregated schools he Exploding Ammunition Follows Train Wreck HUSSEIN cr he was re turning o Am man The con trol tower told the King they had orders to force him to land and to use force BIRMINGHAM A 1 a m ammunition cnrs rainet where a Portuguese plane went down Sunday with persona aboard including six Amcridins Officials at Ihc naval station in Port Lyauley Morocco stressed thai it was too early lo tell if here were any survivors from the imphibian which disappeared on a flight between Lisbon and Ma deira ROD miles west of Casa blanca Thc pilot of the fourengined Mariner now being operated by Portugals Artop Airline radioed Sunday he was making an emergency landing in calm water 180 miles off the Portuguese coast Airline officials hoped he would be able to taxi to safety U S Air Force planes from Africa and thc joined Por tuguese British planes and ships and French crisscrossing and for financing to cover other Accidents a month from Cook County relief funds to help support the young sters Several of the Williams children are married and others live away from home The first 10 minutes of every hour is given over to objective news This is followed by a few minutes of editorial quotations to give the satellite peoples a bal anced impression of what the world press is saying Then theres a period for political com mentaries designed to clarify or refute the Communist ganda line in each of the bul we manage nations THIS BRINGS US to the last half of the hour designed to give JFE a personality and form a bond with the listeners behind the Iron Curtain Theres an ac cent on music music of all kinds including American popu lar music which has an amazing hold on the This goes for Russia and the five sal ellite countries which are the concern of RFE Fourteen per cent of the pro gram schedule is made up of fea programs labor programs programs for youth programs for women Sports rate 6 per cent with an accent on the games and the names of athletes known to be special lis tcning public in the radio beam At the end of the day without fail Hie offering is a national an traditional one the one that had to be abandoned when the Communists tonk This has proved one of the most effective means yet devised for keeping the enslaved satellite peoples reminded of their hap pier days I lo 8 a m Sunday Williams said he receives S414 Maximum Minimum 18 33 ithe borrower flexibility Tire TRESS terms of repayment j At least six persons were HOLDUP Monday continued a search for Mrs Smiths husband is a filljtwo bandits who held up a lav ing station attendant who here shortly before midnight in THE PRESIDENT placed most emphasis on the fifth require CEDAR RAPIDS Police memV for greater borrower flexi said the Damascus fighter com giircd in hunting accidents lhcn scnl 0 JUG fjrThlcrs to bring him down if shells and hand gre The King told the over i wide area following he Atlantic in the area where the tower he would land Instead hea collision it the Southern KailHlying boat was last reported 100 turned ail mei streaked nt highways Nnrris Yards Sunday miles off Cape St Vincent speed for Jordan only a few minmade the area hazardous Thei utcs flying lime away lihrent of additional explosions The high Jordanian sotirccskcnl railroad officials at a dis The Presidents speech opened the ministerial sessions Sec S60 a week Itll be he Saturday and got away withjretary of State John Foster DuliesjDuayne Evcnson 18 about in cash and Russia Ready to Quit Berlin Nikita Indicates MOSCOW Lfl Soviet Premier The most serious case involvedito Amman airport and a Nikita Khrushchev called Jfon jets ordered into VYllliamSDUrg Woman Hlay for an end to the fourpow the first two days of the pheasant season in Iowa last weekend Two were shot and another hurt into the air to planc when it Iry did lover Damascus airport lo find the not appear jwhcn a shotgun blew apart Sun day Three were shot THE KING radioed his plight tance Witnesses said five cars loaded with 10S millimeter shells and another with hand grenades wore involved Flames threat ened two cars loaded with fuel of nearJordanian rWesl Union He was criticallyjthe air to escort thc King to1 wounded Sunday when struck iirsafcty the stomach by a shotgun blast Hussein who had 3 lend on Killed in Accident IOWA CITY Vclma cr division of Berlin He itidl icatcd Ihc Soviets were ready to that city Radio Moscow quoted Khrush as telling a PolishSoviet Tractor Accident Fatal to Boy 31 MIGs reached Jordan airjbull 51 Willinmsburg space under an umbrella of hiskillcd Sunday night in a planes Thc JordanWash on a Johnson County roadjfrjcndship meeting in Lenin jian government claimed of here when a car drivcnjsiadium The time has evi jat close range He was taken to s West Union hospital then transferred to Rochester Minn 0wn fighter planes The time has evi Synan MIGs violated Jordan lher husband Herbert 52 wasdcntly conic for the powers air spacc in chasing Ihc King in collision with one drivrn signed thc Potsdam agree Ihissein had filed a fiighl Shaw 19 to give up the remnants CLERMOJT Doan prior to take off the jnf nc occupation regime in Ber Mitts 3iycarold son of Mr and snid and had encountered no and thus make it possible to Mrs Dean Mitts of near Clcraclion from Syria He was BIRDS OF A FEATHERBED jcreate a normal atmosphere in imont was fatally injured Sundayiportcd to have radioed thc when he fell off a tractor drivcnimascus airport while he was ap by his father i Authorities said thc boy had city jpersuaded his father to give him1 LAURENS R W ind served up pheasant o her proximalely 15 miles south of thc family first day of hunting season and the first one Kings charge broadcaslishc cvcr She found it after troops GOD BLESS AMERICA Thats wnat this chorus made up of Hungarian escapees is singing in the banquet hall of the Bayereischerof Hotel in Munich Editor Earl Hall describes the event in the adjoining column i T a ride on the tractor which was by Jordan Radio hrcalcncd a jhauhnja wagon full of corn ncw crisis in thc Middlc boy fell under a rear wheel ofEas hnrc lhrcc k thc tractor The accident Slalcs and Brili5 curred at the farm of thc from thc arca grandfather near here Report here had indicated Jordan was considering resuming diplomatic relations with the U A R I el a lions were broken off last July when British troops landed in Jordan to protect Hus seins throno after revolutionists m neighboring Iraq killed his under her daughters bed Radio Commentary Carried on Page 3 One Mans Opinion Earl Halls weekly radio commen tary usually carried on this for this edition can be found on page 3 cousin King Faisal and dissolved1 ithe IraqJordan Union SAME W7413 thc capital of the German Democratic Republic Commu nist East Khrushchev announced that thc Soviet Union on its part will hand over to East Germany those functions in Berlin which are still handled by Soviet or gans The Soviet leader said that the 1945 Potsdam agreement had been violated by the United Stales Britain and France on all points except the fourpower status of Berlin He accused the West of using Berlin to carry on subversive activity against East Germany against the Soviet Union and other Warsaw Pact countries   

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