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Independent Record (Newspaper) - March 31, 1957, Helena, Montana Error i vol. 189 Helena Montana sunday March 31, 1957 Price ten Cenec Bandit chief is to free it thug asks Freedom As Price before releasing captive by Parvis Raein Tehran Iran us the Leader of the desert outlaws who kidnapped mrs. Anita oar Roll has agreed to release her if he is allowed to go free. The government replied with an Assurance of amnesty if the pretty 35-year-old american woman is released immediately. The dramatic Exchange of Mes sages was made Public Early Sun Day by the Interior ministry. A message from the Bandit chief was received saturday at iranian head quarters for the search for mrs. Carroll established by the police and army officers. Dad Shah a notorious thug Leader assured the Shah s govern ment that mrs. Carroll is quite Safe and immediate Contact ordered the governor of Iranshahr has been instructed to immediately Contact the bandits and arrange for mrs. Carroll s the Interior ministry said. Mrs. Carroll has been a captive of the outlaws in the Barren reaches of Southeast Iran since last sunday. The gang ambushed two Ameri can jeeps killed her husband a u. S. Aid official another Ameri can and two iranian men before they spirited mrs. Carroll away to a hideout in the mountains. Dad Shah s message was in re ply to repeated broadcasts on the government radio promising him amnesty and unlimited Ransom for mrs. Carroll s Safe return. Help unofficial sources said he also was pressured by leaflets scattered from a u. S. Plane assuring mrs. Carroll that the search would be pursued until she was found. Although none of the bandits can read English these sources said they understood quickly that the leaflets indicated official de termination to find their captive. Government sources said the Iranshahr governor s messenger probably would reach dad Shah by noon sunday. In Issaquah Wash., mrs. Car Roll s Hometown her brother Alan Huovar said news that she is Safe sounds whole family is earlier the u. S. Embassy had reported the Shah s police were closing in on two segments of the gang. A doctor and a nurse were rushed to the area 800 Miles Southeast of this iranian capital to stand by. The embassy said it had been determined that the outlaw gang split up after the ambush in which mrs. Carroll s husband and three other men were killed last sunday. She was borne away by one in the party of the bandits womenfolk or maybe with four gangsters who headed in another direction. Police Are hard on the heels of both these groups the embassy was informed. The spokesman sold it was cer Tain that the gang has not yet crossed the Frontier into Pakistan. Or. 0. A. Kenck medics Honor 0. A. Kenck at gathering or. O. A. Kenck Veteran Augusta dentist and past president of his professional group in Mon Tana was named an honorary member of the Montana medical association As the physicians and surgeons concluded their 10th an Nual interim session Here late saturday. The Resolution bestowing honorary membership on or. Kenck cited his More than 50 years of service to his Community in Northern Lewis and Clark county. Special attention was drawn to the Aid which or. Kenck gave o the ill in medical emergencies in his Community when it was snowbound and when roads were impassable in the Early Days of is practice. As a great humanitarian he Las acted As a Friend to those suf Fering death in their families aiding wherever possible to the extent of officiating in Bur the Resolution stated. He Aas Given Aid instructions to hundreds of citizens through the american red Cross or. Kenck is a native of Helena who was graduated from the Chi Cago College of dentistry in 1898. Fie was on his Way from Helena .0 Lewistown to seek a location when he stopped his dental office on wheels in Augusta and has practice there since. Delegates to the Mma session Here heard reports from the reference committee at the closing session saturday afternoon before adjourning to Convene As the administrative body of Montana physicians service. The reference committees re ported their findings on various of the standing commit yes. The maternal and child Wel Are committee headed by or. Chester w. Lawson of Havre re ported on Progress for the Post graduate Institute for maternal and Newborn care set for Helena june 9-12. There were More than Abies born in Montana in or. Lawson stated. Of the Moth ers involved Only two lost their Ives. This record is thought to be he Best recorded for Montana bus far and to rate near the top n comparison with figures from other state National weather forecast Helena and partly Cloudy sunday increasing monday occasional rain. Low Sun Day night 34, High sunday 57. Montana station. Max. Min. Pep. Billings .57 34 to Belgrade. 53 31 .24 Broadus 56 34 bulle.48 30 .01 Cut bank.41 27 to Dillon 53 32 .05 Drummond 53 29 Glasgow 53 33 to great Falls 52 29 .11 Havre -.50 35 to Helena .55 20 to Kalispell 58 37 .03 la Wislon 51 33 .01 Livingston .52 35 .16 Miles City 52 34 Missoula 56 39 to West Yellowstone. Whitehall.51 33 .071 the official Helena tempera Ture at Midnight was 37 National Bismarck n. D. Calgary Alberta. Cheyenne Wyo. Chicago Iii. Denver Colo. Las vegas Nev. Los Angeles . Paul. New Orleans new York City Phoenix Ariz. Portland Ore. Is. Louis to. Salt Lake City san Francisco. Seattle Wash. Spokane Wash. Washington d. C. Max. Min. Pep. 40 25 .02 .36 28 .04 54 31 44 35 58 35 75 53 72 55 53 27 74 50 50 36 76 57 58 46 56 42 46 42 59 44 55 44 49 42 53 38 maximum temperatures for preceding Calendar Day precipitation for 24 hours ending at a. M. Minimum temperatures for 12 hour period ending at p. M. West of cloudiness through monday scattered rain or Snow showers sunday night and monday morning. Highs sunday 5060, lows sunday night 25-35, highs monday 45-59. East of cloudiness Early sunday morning partly Cloudy sunday afternoon and monday. Few showers West. Highs sunday and monday 8040, lows sunday night 25-35, one Republican 17 democrats in tight race balloting in Texas for Senate seat draws wide interest Dallas vigor Ous Young Republican takes on a Field of 17 democrats tues Day and on the outcome rests the balance of political Power in the United states Senate. The Battle is for the Senate seat vacated by Price Daniel when he became Texas governor last january. It s a Winner take All election. There will be no Runoff. Should the Republican Thad Hutcheson be elected the gop could reorganize the Senate taking Over the committee chairmanships. Narrow margin the balance is now 49-47 in favor of the democrats. Election of the 41-year-old Houston attorney would create a 48-48 deadlock. Vice president Nixon would be expected to break the tie by voting with the republicans. Sen. Knowland a Calif has said he will move to reorganize the upper House anytime the gop has the strength to take control. Actually there Are two republicans running but Only Hutche son has staged a statewide Campaign. The other is Herbert j. Antoine St., a real estate dealer. The ballots will carry 20 demo cratic names. Three withdrew after ballots were printed. At least half a dozen of the democrats possess proven vote attracting Power. But in Texas mixed up politics it is not a simple Case of democrats killing each other off and allowing Hutcheson to win. For instance Hutcheson is expected to receive the votes of most republicans estimated at 14 per cent of the electorate plus a Good Many conservative votes. President Eisenhower did this when he swept the normally democratic state in his two campaigns. Support divided on the other hand Hutheson s conservative drawing Power prob ably will be Short circuited by such conservatives As u. S. Representative Martin Dies and state senator Searcy Bracewell. James p. Hart former Texas supreme court Justice and sex Chancellor of the University of Texas is expected to draw some conservative votes As Well As others from the opposite Side of the political Fence. Ralph Yarborough Austin at Torney and three times a Candi Date for governor without making the Grade still bears the Label in Many voters minds As the Strong democratic party loyalist. He pitched his Campaign for governor on that Issue but it has not been a pc car in this special Senate election Campaign. Yarborough also has been considered the Liberal candidate Al though his liberalism is of a relatively moderate variety. President takes time out for Gettysburg Golf Gettysburg a. Presi Dent Eisenhower a part time Farmer donned sports clothes sat urday and toured his acreage on a Nippy morning. The chief executive talked about playing some Golf if the temperatures got up into the six ties but the weather Man was t co operating much on that. It was sunny but Only 46 in downtown Gettysburg at noon with a stiff Breeze whipping Down from the North. Wind and temperature did t teen Eisenhower and a couple of old friends and neighbors George Allen and retired Brig. Gen. Arthur Nevins from driving around the presidential farm to aspect the Angus cattle and other livestock. This is Eisenhower s first week end at his country estate this year. The while House in Washngton said he plans to return to he capital late sunday afternoon or evening. Johnson services held m Missoula Missoula funeral serv Ces were held saturday in mis Soula for a. M. Johnson state controller who died at 72. The Rev. Nels h. Norbeck of Helena officiated. Burial was in the mis Soula cemetery. Pallbearers All of Helena were supreme court associate Justice Albert h. Angstman Frank fran Cis Fred Herman Harold Mead c. Schuyler and Irle White h. K. Dickinson h. K. Dickinson will manage Falls division h. K. Dickinson Helena Divi Sion manager of the Montana Power company for the past eight years is being transferred to great Falls As manager of that division and will be succeeded Here by Dix c. Shevalier of Butte according to an announcement saturday by j. E. Corette presi Dent and general manager of the Utility. Dickinson in great Falls will succeed m. R. Byers who is re tiring june 1 but who will be on leave of absence until that Date because of his health. Shevalier is coming to Helena from the company s general of fice in Butte where for the past year he has been an executive assistant under the company s management training program. Prior to that time he held Vari Ous supervisory and managerial positions in great Falls. Dickinson and Shevalier will assume their new duties immediately. Dickinson a native of Santa Clara calif., was graduated from the University of California in 1925 with a degree in electrical engineering. He joined the Mon Tana Power company in 1926 As an Oiler at the Rainbow generating Plant and subsequently was advanced to operator and Dis Patcher at that Plant in 1935, he became assistant superintendent of the great Falls division and in 1943 was promoted to division superintendent he was transferred to Butte in 1946 As division superintendent and two years later was assigned to Jie company s general office As distribution Engineer. In 1949, he was named electrical Engineer. On july 1, 1949, Dickinson was appointed Helena division Man Ager and has held that position until his present Transfer. Dickinson is a member of the Board of directors of the Myca and a former Board member of the Helena Community Chest he has served on various committees of the local chamber of com Merce and is a member of the Helena rotary club. He is Affili ated with the Montana society of engineers and the american Institute of electrical engineers. He is married to the former 3iive Wilson of great Falls. They Lave one daughter mrs James j. Kenny of Harlowton. The new Helena division Man Ager was born and reared in mis Soula where he attended Grade and High schools and Montana state University. He also attended the University of Illinois and in 1935, was graduated from Mon Tana state College at Bozeman with a degree in electrical engineering. Shevalier joined Montana Power at great Falls in 1935, serving in various engineering capacities until 1942 when he was named assistant division superintendent following service in world War i he returned to the company and was named great Falls division superintendent in 1946. He was advanced to great Falls division manager in 1953, serving n that capacity until Jan. 1, 1956, when he was transferred to Butte As executive assistant to the of ices of the company. During world War ii he served n the Navy being separated a june 1946, with the rank of lieu tenant commander. He is a National director for Montana of the National society of professional engineers and is a member of the Montana society of engineers which he served As president in 1952. He is a for Ner president of the great Falls Lotary club a of he Northwest electric Light and Power association and a former director and vice president of the great Falls chamber of com Merce. In 1956 lie was a member of the Montana selection Board naval Reserve officers training corps. He is affiliated with the masonic order. Or. And mrs. Shevalier have Avo sons Dix jr., who is a Stu Dent St Montana state College and Jack Shevalier a student at Butte High school. Nasser defies u. S. Lauds russians for Aid offers most nations will accept canal rules Washington Ufi the United states Britain France and other big shipping nations saturday appeared to be about ready to accept defeat on the major Issue of their Long Dis Pute with egyptian president cranial Abdel Nasser. From the time that Nasser seized the Suez canal july 26, Western nations and others had fought for International control of the canal s operation. Barring some unexpected change of plans All signs now indicate they Are prepared silently to yield to exclusive egyptian operation and to negotiate for the Best safeguards they can get for their shipping rights. Makes proposal the Issue has been brought to the Point of final decision by Nasser s proposal to the United nations and to the United states and seven other this week of a plan for operating the vitally important waterway through the egyptian canal authority. This authority would collect All tolls. It would be bound Accord ing to the egyptian memo by an 1888 treaty guaranteeing right of transit to All nations. Egypt would set aside 25 per cent of the tolls for development of the canal and 5 per cent for paying off the for Mer Suez canal company from which the property was seized last july. Other provisions of the egyptian plan Call for development of a set of rules to govern the Ca Nal s operation for appeals and arbitration procedures open to shippers who feel they have been treated unfairly and for filing of the egyptian policy statement with the United nations As an International conference held the United states which received a copy of the plan from Egypt has been in consultation since mid week with British French and other Western euro Pean governments which did not receive a copy. Secretary of state Dulles was reported working with advisers at his Home saturday on the kind of reply which the United states should make having in mind the common interests of the other nations As Well As its own. It was reported that the answer was very nearly Complete Satur Day afternoon and would be sent wrongdoer takes write path to regain Freedom Des Neal Arnold Keasey 41, pleaded guilty to intoxication saturday Munici pal judge Ray Harrison gave him a Choice of serving his sentence or writing it. Keasey decided to write it and the judge supplied him with pads of paper. Keasey must sentence i am a Fel Low that can t take that first at the rate of one sentence a minute eight hours a Day Keasey can write his Way to Freedom in 16 Days. Sooner if he writes nights. The alternative was a 30-Day jail term. Police said Keasey had been arrested 131 times since 1936 on intoxication charges. As he started his Battle against writer s cramp Keasey commented i think it will help me Stop Young parisians clash in riot mob of Young frenchmen shouting for a tougher French policy in Algeria rioted and clashed with police on the crowded champs Elysee Satur Day after a bomb blast. One per son was Hurt by the bomb and four in the ensuing rioting. Algeria is shouted the demonstrators led by a group of men in the Blue and red berets of French paratroopers. Helmeted Security troops and police swooped Down clubbing them into Side streets at least four persons were carried off by ambulances. One automobile was set afire. Deep therapy inhibit the growth of cancer cells and also kill cancer of an Organ. Marilyn r. Peterson. Art is shown Here at the deep therapy machine recently installed at St. Peter s Hospital. A smaller and less complicated machine to used for superficial therapy treatments. Both machines Are scheduled to be moved to new quarters u soon As construction is completed on the Hospital Wing. Pathological examination of parts of tissue of the body is performed by the Hospital pathologist and is an important and detailed procedure in diagnosing cancer. A feature on the work of the Lewis and Clark unit of the american cancer society will be found on the first Page second Section today. Much of to fid Shadow of War Dulles declares in new foreword to Book of state Dulles said saturday night that wars Are a urea tuning possibility in several parts of the he also declared that red China should be barred from the United nations so Long As it stands condemned of aggression in Korea and uses or threatens to use Force against other countries. He expressed these views in a new foreward to his seven year old Book War or which is being reissued for Sale abroad. The stated purpose of the new introduction which was released by the state department is to bring some of Dulles ideas As set Forth in the 1950 edition up to Date. Indefinite As to place Dulles did not specify what specific places he had in mind when he said wars Are possible. But aides said he undoubtedly referred to various potentially dangerous conditions in the Middle East the far East and possibly Europe. The fact Dulles declared that War will be an Ever present danger until there Are better development institutions for peace such As an adequate body of International Law an International police Force and a reduction of National armaments. Today we live and i fear for Long shall live under the Shadow of War. Only if we Are vividly conscious of this fact will we make the exertion needed to pre vent cites Korea he cited the United nations resistance to the communist at tack in Korea As dramatizing one of the great advances of our time in the search for peace. This Advance he said is the recognition that one Way to prevent War is to deter it by having the will and the capacity to use Force to punish an in discussing the red China is sue Dulles said the communist has demonstrated an Abil to to maintain itself in Power by ruthless police state meth but he said it has also shown hat it does not possess the qualities which would qualify it to speak for China in the United nations. One of the in charter requirements for membership is that the organization should be made up of peace Loving states which accept the charter Obliga ions. Among these is an Obliga Tion to renounce the use of Force except in self defense. Propagandists arrested announced saturday night the arrest of 14 persons accused of flooding Spain with communist propaganda in recent years. Police said those arrested were responsible for Stu Dent riots last year and for other disorders in february. Actress is Mother London in Leslie Caron the French film actress saturday night gave birth to a 6 it Pound boy. Her husband is theatrical producer Pete Hall i students1 deaths causes change in program plan great death of five fort Benton High school students and their music director n a car truck crash Northeast of Lere saturday forced cancellation of some events in the District music festival they were to at tend. Cancelled were performances by 83 other fort Benton students and some night program judging. A spokesman said some judges were held up by the wreck and missed portions of the Daylong Estival which attracted More than High school musicians and students. The Accident victims were Verne Parsons the fort Benton Ligh school music director and Mark Paul Jerome Nagengast Alderine Labarre Cleo Lorene Rane and Bob Peterson. America would starve Egypt dictator says Nas ser charged saturday the United states is trying to starve but despite this u. S. Pressure he said Egypt will run the Suez canal by it self and will not let israeli ships use it. Nasser spoke to visiting Ameri can editors As the first ship con Voys in five months transited the newly reopened waterway paying tolls to Egypt on Egypt s terms. In one of the most stinging St Acks he has Ever made on the United states Nasser asserted the United states is aiming to starve us while the soviet Union is aiming to help us. Objects to pressure we like to be Friendly to the United states but not As a result of pressure. As Long As we have wheat and bread we will continue to resist pressure. We won t local newsmen Wert barred Tom the news conference for 29 0. S. Newspapers and radio Edi tors touring the Middle East. What Nasser said was reported by two members of the group Dwight e. Sargent of the port land Maine press Herald and Roy Pinkerton of the John p. Scripps newspapers Ventura Lalif. Nasser said Egypt win keep is Rael s ships from using either the canal or the Gulf of Miles East of sues despite threats or pressure. Israel has been sending foreign Flag ships through the Gulf to its Southern port of Eilat since israeli troops blocked out egyptian guns last fill that had blockaded the alter Nate route from the red sea. Both the Gulf and the canal Are Egypt s territorial Waters Nasser said and he intends to keep them so. Ten Days in Advance of the Ca Nal s official reopening 14 ships in two convoys sailed the 103 Miles from Suez at its Southern end to port said on the Mediterranean. The largest was tons although Egypt s Suez canal authority now will permit ships up to tons to pass through. In the convoys were ships Fly ing the flags of Italy Russia Greece West Germany Romania Liberia Ethiopia Panama and Finland. They paid tolls directly to Egypt before the canal was closed by the British French and israeli invasions to october Many euro Pean owned ships were permitted to use the canal even though they paid tolls to the old Suez canal company that Egypt had nationalized in july one Barrier left a United nations Salvage Fleet has cleared away All the water j Way s obstructions except the sunken frigate Abuzir at the Southern end which still prevents big ships from entering. The Abuzir is expected to be lifted out of the Way monday. The u. S. State department however has advised american shipowners against using the Ca Nal for the time being. An Egypt Tion canal authority spokesman denounced this advice saturday calling it a face saving device at the expense of american ship Ping Clare Luce Given Catholic award South Bend ind. In mrs. Clare Booth Luce former u. S. Ambassador to Italy saturday night was named 1957 Winner of he laetare medal awarded annually by the University of notre Dame to outstanding Catholic Lay men. President. Theodore m. Lies urge of notre Dame said mrs. Luce was chosen for her Briliant and singularly versatile Ca reer in diplomacy politics the theater and mrs. Luce has been a play Wright author a Connecticut congresswoman and Diplomat. Her most famous play was the worn she was an editor in the Early 30s for the Magazine Vogue and vanity fair. She was married in 1935 to Henry r. Luce editor of time life and other Manga zones. She became a Catholic 10 Yean ago. Bulgarin warns Norway against assisting nato Copenhagen Denmark Premier Nikolai Bulgarin warned in a letter published saturday that it would be suicidal for Den Mark to permit the use of her bases for atomic War against the soviet Union ominously the soviet Leader reminded danish Premier h. C. Hansen that a single Hydrogen bomb might destroy a territory with a radius of hundreds of and said the soviet reaction would not be limited to one bomb. The letter followed the same lines As a communication Bulgarin sent Norway March 21, made Public in Oslo without comment tuesday. The note to Norway spoke of fearful Retalia Tion in the event of War if that country which faces powerful soviet military forces across 120-mile Arctic Ted establishment of nato atomic bases on 1u Mil

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