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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 12, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited tor MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NIWSPAPIRTMAT M A K I S ALLNORTH IOWANS NI1GHIORS HOME EDITION VOL 97 Associated Preti United International Full 7c i Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 12 1958 Ttili ol Two OM Europe SHAPE Has Matured in Years EDITORS NOTE This is an other in a series of articles by the Globe Gazettes editor white on an 8day visit to Mu nich and Lisbon for a closeup look at the operations of Radio Free Europe He was a paying guest of Crusade for Freedom sponsor of Along with his reports on the pro flram for getting truth to 70 million people behind the Iron Curtain in satellite countries Hall will touch on conditions in Germany and Portugal By W EARL HALL an absence of iix and a half years I returned to a sizable briefing room at the Supreme Headquarters of the Alv lied Powers in Europe SHAPE in a Parisian suburb this after1 BQSTON James Michael Curley last of city polit noon A number of most of them comforting to the free been made in that interim Then a general with a twinkly eye and an infectious grin pre sided over the briefing for my parly of a dozen on a factfind ing mission to and in an in stance or two through the Iron Curtain His n a m e Dwight D Eis enhower At his side was his top as sistarit Gen Alfred Gruen ther who later took over as HALL Summit Confab Pushed Soviets Want Disarm Topic MOSCOW Soviet Unioi sought Wednesday to discuss disi armament with the Wesl at a summit meeting at the Geneva talks on surprise attack and at the United Nations The Western powers have on previous occasions opposed the form of talks proposed by Mos cow as more likely to produce propaganda than progress The Kremlin renewed its off again onagain summit confer ence proposals in a joint com munique ending talks between Premier Khrushchev and Polish Communist boss Wladyslaw Go mulka The communique was signed Monday and published ical 095565 died Wednesday al Tuesday after Gohiulka left for Mty Hospital He would have Warsaw JAMES M CURLEY Last of Big City Bosses Dies Reds Backing Down on Troop Removal Plans IT SAID a meeting at the sum mit should examine and solve the most pressing problems of 84 Nov 20 Curley was a Democratic leader for more than half a century serving four terms as mayor of Boston one term as governor of Massachusetts and four as acoh Tnc Soviet Foreign Ministry gressman handed a note to the Embas Slowly failing health had sy here asking that the Geneva j marked Curleys last years andilalks be coupled with he was long under treatment for steps in liabcles radio reported j Without these steps it is usei DEATH CAME a few hours less to consider the question ofj after a team of seven doctors perjpreventing a surprise the ormed a 55minute emergency note said operation in an attempt to clear When the 10nation technical a clotting of the artery which supjtalks on problems of preventing plies the small bowel surprise attacks opened Monday He underwent surgery Nov the Swiss city Soviet Deputy head man of the NATO defenses At nearby Fontainebleau the same day we were received in the home of a cleareyed young general named Lauris Norstad Son of a pastor he lived a bit of his boyhood in Todaj hes in the shoes once worn bj Eisenhower and Gruenther Election Day for an inlestinalForcign Minister Vassili Kuznet blockage and apparently was making satisfactory progress Tuesday night Mrs Curley and Curleys two sons the Rev Fran cis X Curley of Holy Cross College and George J Curley of Boston were summoned Father Curleygave his father the astisie lhe sov demanded disarmament with out going into controls or guar antees C FOSTER delegation leader rejected dis cussion o fdisa lisarmament as out rites of the Roman Catholic BUT TODAY our host Church briefing procedure was a tall and handsome graying general bear ing the impressive name Corl landt VanRerisselaer Schuyler who by strange coincidence had been my luncheon guest on that earlier occasion He compli CURLEYS long career was ope of triumph and tragedy He won election to the highest offices in his home city and state and once was high in the councils of his Democratic he also served two terms in jail menled me by remembering our 1952 visit The changes to which I have referred were made graphic to us on a large briefing map em ployed showed by Gen Schuyler It the entire western Eu rope defense area from Turkey to the Scandinavian countries in cluding North Africa Spain and the British Isles It was a huge map and it had to be a big map to accommodate all the circles on it Each cir cle represented an air installa tion with full capability of start ing a nuclear missile to any given point in the Soviet Union WE WANT the people on Kremlin Hill to know about the genial general pointed out jas governor of Massachusetts at he peak of his career in 1934 He served one term He was mayor of Boston for four terms of four years each He claimed to have carried Massachusetts for Alfred E Smith in the 1928 national election and stumped the country in the are designedto lay the technical groundwork for future political decisions Disarmament is a hot ly pollical issue in world rela tions On a third front the Soviet Un ion tried to introduce an of disarmament into a de bate in New York on peaceful use of outer space A Russian resolu tion called for both a ban on us ing space for military purposes and elimination of foreign mili tary bases The Western position has been that advance preparations indi cating good results must precede any summit meeting Khrush chev broke off ambassadorial talks in Moscow last spring on a Kremlin i Stands Adamant Russ to Stay If West Does BERLIN Wi Premier Otto Grolcwohl indicated Wednesday Russia might be ready for a one sided withdrawal of its troops from Germany then suddenly backed down on his nnnovmcc ment H appeared Grolewohl had been told by the Kremlin to backtrack and make clear Soviet troops will stay until Western armies gel out of West Germany The East German Premier first told n news conference that his regime expected to open talks soon with Khrushchev on with diawal of Russian troops from tin1 satellite nation OTTO GROTEWOHL Control of Space Debated 1932 election campaign of Franksummit meeting j Both at Geneva and in the Phnlnfiix ALREADY THfifJROOM IS ON Sen group of Anchorage residents I960 gets some1 early support from a tion AlhChrysler Corp Auto Plants Closed DETROIT eight of the in D Roosevelt Curley first went to jail at the the West contends that disarmav Chrysler Corpv auto and truck turn of the century for conspiracy ment in connection with taking civil at hand service examinations for another man He served five months in 3947 in the Federal Correctional Institution at Danbury in case l im A RiBrwnAY 103rd BIRTHDAY is not part of he business assembly plants were closed Wed nd and its injection only nesday by a strike of office workers and engineers Chrysler plants working on missiles and other defense items were not af fected however The United Auto Workers Un ion which represents both the TOKYO hula and Chryslers approxi complicates discussions without offeringprogress toward guaran tees of balanced effective dis armament HOOP REACHING BOTTOM Anyone 28 an imemWestern allies crazc fs rcaching bottom Twenty ma cly prediction workers Strata Certainly it is slranjjr Thn uriiiin mri GRUNDY CENTER were loaded aboard v when the bride is unable to a V lortms b S Ha Our reasoning is that there could bc no grealer deterrent of an attack out of the East than to have it known that it will tives and friends called WednesJapanese mean wholesale destruction for day on Minnie C Haren to hclpship Soya when it left Wednesday Chryslers the aggressor iher observe her 103rd South Pole regions moiels Gen Schuyler gave us a run down on the available land forces from each of the NATO nations and speculated on how they might be deployed to meet an attack by Russias admittedly superior numbers It was evident that the new Germany is step ping up its contribution of troopsj whereas France preoccupied in North Africa is shirking on its commitments My previous visit to Rocquen court 8 miles west of Paris wasj less than a year alter Dwighl Eisenhower left his Columbia University presidency and under took the formidable task of ling up the NATO defense organ ization He came to a situation which the only deterrent to Soviet attack was the knowledge our arsenal contained a goodly supply of Abombs Russia none at that time I ALL THIS was in process of being changed under the egis of the Eisenhower organizing gen ius The program has been con tinued and expanded in the half dozen years I came away from this second visit at SHAPE with a renewed confidence that the likelihood of an unthinkable nuclear war has been reduced almost to infinity by this far flung program direct ed from a rambling set of build ings in the Paris outskirts Laker Weds Danish Girl by Proxy CLEAR you Bir git take this man to beyour law ful wedded husband Paslor George Strum asked solemnly 1 came the a mans baritone voice Antarctic expedition would not force a shutdown her own vetlrini Game Warden Refuses Bribe Slain by Hunters CARMEL N Y WVTwo New York City hunters have confessed killing nn unarmed game warden who refused a bribe to let them go after he caught them poaching for the second time on a estate near here po say UNDER PRODDING from Western newsmen the East Ger man leader added thai Russia perhaps also would stick to its old proviso This called for sim ultaneous withdrawn of Russian nd Western troops from Ger nnny Six hours after the ncsvs con crencu the official East German news agency ADN put out a cor rection to its official transcript The correction changed the perhaps to naturally in the Grolcwohl statement This meant thai the East German Premier was admitting that any with drawal of Russian troops was clearly dependent on Western forces leaving the Bonn republic The West repeatedly has reject ed this insisting Hint the Soviets must first agree to German reun ification through free elections GROTEWOHLS statement fol lowed demands by Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev that the West ern allies get out of Berlin He told the news conference a new settlement regarding Soviet troops would be negotiated Diplomatic missions In Moscow reported that the East German mission was circulating an 18 page document charging West Germany with aggressive acts The printed document appeared Monday indicating coordination UNITKL NATIONS N Y Flic Soviet Union charged Wed nesday the United States h as nightmarish plans to set up military bases on the moon to launch massive attacks on Soviet cities The Soviet charge came from Dep Foreign Minister Valerian A Zorin as the U 81nation Political Committee opened de bate on the problem of space con trot Y between the Berlin pn a Kremlin and East drive to oust the Zovin the committee Soviet Union could not agree to any international program for the peaceful uses of outer space un less the United States pledged it self to liquidate all its foreign military bases HE REPEATED previous Sov icl demands for n ban on the use of intercontinental ballistic mis siles and other space weapons as another condition to any cooper ation in space experiments such as the United States is urging The key to the whole problem he said is to adopt measuras which will take into account the security of all sides on an equal basis ZORIN QUOTED Sen Lyndon B JohnsOn Senate ma jority leader as saying Con trol over cosmic space means control over the whole He noted that Johnson was expected here to take part in the U N de bate on space control Chief U S Delegate Henry ICabot Lodge said he U S posi tion would bc set forth in detail intlipputnmi Countv iail here to 1 lC U J THIS ONE involved Miss a hearing Friday on first git B Pederscn Copenhagen degree murder charges Denmark and Jerry W Scott Clear Lake It was by proxy with Dr Edward L Chappell act ing as spokesman lor the absent bride Miss Pedersen was in Copen hagen while being married to Anzalone and Scsta wero ar rested Tuesday in their Bronx homes and under questioning ad mitted the shotgun slaying Mon day of Clarence Smith 28 father of three children authorities said They were taken later to the Scott at Zton Lutheran Parish estate of L Arthur Cushman Hall in Clear Lake The chairman of American performed by proxy to exBakeries at Patterson N Ipedite her return to the United lo rccnact the crime Germany protcctjcha hc dclibcratelv t by military force jng mjslead the I believe the Soviet Union un derstands full well that our bases exist only for Lodga declared States A religious ceremony xvill Police said Smith was shot in to stand ing West Berlin by if necessary Bolh Washington and London contend that hc Soviet Union cannot by itself scrap the agreements reached after World War II for occupation of Germany GROTEWOHL called for the signing of a World War II peace treaty with Germany Agreement Big Four on terms of a treaty has been blocked by the icohl war which split Germany into two camps be performed when she arrives the back from a distance of sevj All the indications here were era feet andI cral fed and again MISS PEDERSEN received her hcad at vorv cjosc rangp Each degree from Northeast Mis admitted firing one shot po souri Slate Teachers College Kirksvillc as an exchange student She is now studying a the School of Dentistry in her Lakes Included native Copenhagen The bridegroom is a senior Ihis in Dredging Plans year at the Kirksville College of Russia and East GermanyJMasor City Cloudy warmer were about to launch a big diplo matic offensive to force the West Wednesday night with chance of light rain lows in mid 30s Thursday partly cloudy slightly warmer high in upper 50s powers to acknowledge the cx jistencc of the Communist East jGcrman government which the West refuses to recognize on the Iowa Generally fair through ground that it is a Communist Thursday Warmer north Wed puppet without popular basis nesday night low mid 20s to It was too early to tell whether mid Thursday Osteopathy and Surgery Kirks1 DKS MOffES offensive would bc accompa Temperatures svillc He is a graduate of Deluded m the lakes dmlgnied by a nerve war against iso d ffino lhc rom jLake High School Mason PJ which the Dialed Berlin Thursday through Monday Junior College and Commission pro College Missouri State Teachers T Scott is the son of Mrs J T shall be reporting in greater detail about this experience in a Inter commentary A FREE WORLD BASTION This pic ture taken in front of the military nerve center of NATO in a Parisian suburb called Rocquencourt shows Gen Cort landt V R Schuyl 50 representati sponsor of Radio Free Europe itary arm Editor Earl Hall in the adjoining column poses to spendmore than half million dollars in the next two years As presented by the commis brides parents are Mr and fo h b d be Flans J Pedersen Copenhagen ifore Gov lhis week the projects and the proposed amounts are Lizard LOOK DAD DETROIT Bell 6 Lake in Pocahontas County describes the brief injr over bv i walked into his home and Silver Lake in Palo Alto LUC jn fglhcr a Vclcrjms Day S0iicounty Silver Lake in Gen Schuyler m the SHAI b audilonum policc arc lhc gountyf Crystal where some six years ajro wason artiliery shell gingerLake in Hancock County 000 Calhoun Jtrd found it in an alley County L t TV 1 A 111 y v4u uyler playing host to some Cityan had his first meeting with Dwight hy unli tncy find oul whether Lake in Clay County ives of Crusde for Free D Eisenhower organizer of NATOs mil contains any high explosive RichXorth Tvyin Lake in Catt SAME WhlU flu mrnni nn Hilfle kith hi pxtt II hoars v average from 5 to 10 degrees above normal with only minor day to day changes Normal highs are in the upper 40s and normal lows in the upper 20s Precipitation will be generally less than twotenths of an inch occurring Friday or Saturday Minnesota Showers warmer High Thursday in 50s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Wednesday Maximum 56 Minimum 18 At 8 31   

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