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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 28, 1956, Mason City, Iowa North lowos Newspaper ibr ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NIWSPAFIR THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH 1OWANS N I I H O R S HOME EDITION LMM Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER It 1tS4 ThU Papw Cwuiati Two AAalenkov Is in Budapest to Aid Kadar By ENDRE MARTON BUDAPEST fl Premier Georgi Malenkov was reliably reported Wednesday to be in Budapest to bolster the government of Russianinstalled Premier Janos Kadar An excellent source who asked not to be quoted by name said now The World Around Us Climate of Hawaii Is Unequalled 11 Number Ten EDITORS NOTE It will be around the world in 80 days for our editor unless unrest in cer tain areas precludes air travel This is one in a series of re ports on his experiences and ob By W EARL HALL UROM THE AIR OFF HAWAII times since my first visit to Hawaii five years ago Ive observed that of all the highly touted vacation spots I have ever listed in my travels this island of Oahu comes closest to living up to advance notices This is to say that my all too brief stay in scant four not only con firmed but strengthened that view At the studied risk of being charged with being on the payroll of the Hawaiian Chamber of Com merce I point out that in equable climate these Pacific islands really have what Florida and Cal ifornia only claim Minimum Reading One of my friends searched the and conic find noinstance in contemporary times when the mercury dippec below the 60 mark and no in stancjfein which it rose to the 90 tempering agent of course is the even tempera tured ocean On Oahu for ex ample it isn possible to g e as much as 15 miles from salt water There a deputy Soviet premier arrived in the Hungarian capital Nov 23 This source said it was Malen cov who advised Kadar to change lis lenient attitude and resort to larsh measures against still triking Hungarian workers Given Explanation This was the explanation given or Kadars two sharp speeches broadcast Sunday and Monday in whicfi he reversed his former con ciliatory attitude in conferences with leaders of the Workers Coun cil of Greater Budapest Although Kadar has stated ex plicitly that he will add only non partisans to his presently 100 er cent Communist government ic conferred Tuesday for three hours with Bela Kovacs secretary eneral of the Smallholders Party Kovacs who spent more than seven years in Russian prisons and is probably the only person he Hungarian peasantry would accept as their leader has been a minister of state in Imre Nagys shortlived government which the Russians overthrew What Kadar discussed with Ko vacs could not be learned Would Be Powerful Although the Smallholders func ioned for only a few days during Magys brief regime after being inactive during the long Commu nist tenure in Hungary the party undoubtedly would be the most powerful in the country if free elections were held Smallholder politicians believe that Malenkov advised TIadar not to tolerate the existence of other political parties untilthe Him garian Socialist Workers Kadars new Communist Party i much stronger isnt even provision any for heating in W EARL HALL homes or busi ness buildings But the attractiveness of Hawaii doesnt end with climate It only starts there Theres a scenic beauty to meet just about every one insists pn ice and snow And theres a friendli ness in the residents of the islands too obviously genuine to be syn thetic I can report as I did at the conclusion of my visit here five years ago that I have yet to hear onp unkind word uttered on these islands Cactus Family While there are parts of the island chain arid enough to sus tain the cactus family Ive even seen a few on the Ha waiian scene is marked mostly by a lush verdure This is true of the lowland valleys and it true of the precipitous mountain of volcanic origin Hawaii larg est of the 23 islands in the chain has one mountain tall enough to be snowcapped all If its a flower you can be reasonably certain it will grow here in Hawaii The hibiscus i the official territorial flower al though it could with equal plausi bility be any one of a dozen other blooms which abound on all hands Even the trees get into the flowering act in a big way No since I visited a worldfamous orchid farm in Santos Brazil have I seen that strange plan in such profusion iowa Graduate While on this subject I should mention a little contribution to my education made by one of my Honolulu hosts Bob Leeper form erly of Waterloo and a graduate of both the University of Iowa and Iowa State College His 11 years of higher education stands him in good stead as director of the Pineapple Research Institute It happened when I referred to the orchid as observed the form er low an its an epiphytic rath er than a parasitic A parasitic lives off its host while an epiphy tic merely uses its host as a bearer drawing its nourishment from other With that little lesson on the Foreign Aid Boost Sought Administration Wants 4 Billion WASHINGTON UP The Eiseu lower administration is tenta tively planning to ask Congress or slightly more than four billion lollars to continue foreign aid for 10th straight year Such a sum would boost to more than 50 billion dollars the mount of money the United states has granted for food raw materials weapons and technical ssistance to more than 40 nations ince the Marshall Plan was aunched in 1948 The new program now being rafted by officials would cover he fiscal year beginning next uly 1 Needs Approval President Eisenhower who may ifficially disclose its size in his budget message in still must give final approval to the ium tentatively agreed upon The State and Defense depart ments and the International Co iperation Administration which iperates the foreign aid program lave agreed on a figure of slight y more than four billion dollars and have submitted it to the Budget Bureau an arm of the White House The sum is about 900 million dollars less than the administra ion sought from Congress this ear Congress cut about a billion dollars from the administration program voting New Money Officials said the sum to be asked in new money would make t possible to maintain spending Tor both economic and military aid at current levels This spend ing now totals about Although Malenkov is a deputj premier of the Soviet Union hi exact position in the presen Kremlin hierarchy is not certain Named to succeed Stalin as pre mier and generally regarded as a middle man between the Stalin ists and the Krushchev factions he was deposed after he hac sought to shift Stalins harsh poli cies in the direction of more con sumer goods and comforts for the Russian people Says Russ Arms Adding to Tension WASHINGTON UP The State Departmentsaid Wednesday Rus sia is adding to tensions in the Middle East by shipping arms to Syria It disclosed the American am bassador has expressed to Syria this governments concern over continuing Soviet weapons deliv eries A department spokesman said We know of substantial ship ments of Soviet arms of variou types and weights to Syria in re cent months We understand tha since the Middle East crisis fur ther shipments have been He did not say what specific types and quantities of Sovie weapons had gone to Syria Bu informed officials said more than 30 million dollars worth of such Communist military equipmen has been delivered including ligh tanks armored cars and troop carriers machine guns some ar tillery and other light weapons At a news conference State De partment Press Office Lincoln White said The American reac tion is that this Russian action is doing nothing to help what th United Nations is trying to do namely to diminish tensions am work for a final settlement It is adding to these tensions in the precise use of words and despite the fact that I havent touchdf oo Hawaiis prolific bird life an a dozen other aspects of I h islands resources I think w must move on to our next stop ping place the Fiji Islands toward which this mighty Pan American Airways Boeing Stratoclipper is now pointed Britain Resents American Stand annually of it for military aid One big unresolved question a present informants said is wha to do about foreign aid to the war jittery Middle East Econom ic aid programs haye been sus pended for Egypt Israel Jordan and Syria The Weather Meson City Cloudy with snow flurries Wednesday night Clearing and continued cole Thursday Iowa Colder diminishing wine and decreasing cloudiness Minnesota Fair and colder Wed nesday night GlobeGazette weather data up o 8 Wednesday Maximum Tuesday 37 Minimum Tuesday night 23 At 8 Wednesday 23 Precipitation inch snow YEAR AGO Maximum 10 Minimum 2 CLUTCHES NEW DOLL Carol Ann Molinaro 3 Boston appears amazed as she clutches a new doll presented to her as she prepares to leave the Massa chusetts Eye and Ear Irifirmary following removal of her cancerous right eye Doctors told her parents there is a better than even chance that removal of the eye will prevent spread of the dread disease to the left eye Policy on Egypt Attacked Eisenhower Lampooned Two Workers Killed When FUEL TANK EXPLODES MICHIGAN CITY Ind UP Two railroad work ers were killed and five others injured Wednesday when a diesel locomotive fuel tank exploded as they tried to remove the charred bodies of three men killed in a fiery rail crossing collision 15 hours earlier The second explosion occurred as railroad wreck ing crews used welding torches to cut apart the twisted metal of twin diesels and a gasoline transport truck which crashed and burned late Tuesday It hiked the death toll in the accident to five Authorities said a fuel tank on one of the wrecked locomotives blew up while rail employes swarmed over the fireblackened debris trying to clear the blocked rails and salvage the bodies of the earlier dead The tank described as a container about 2 by 10 feet in diameter was hurled 40 feet into the side of a derailed boxcar by the force of the explosion Garner Youths on Top Team at International CHICAGO UP A middleweight Berkshire hog shown by Father Flanagans Boystown Boys Town Wednesday was named grand champion barrow of the International Livestock Exposition Iowa State College meanwhile won the intercollegiate meat judging contest for the second consecutive year Iowa States threeman team composed of Darrell Goll 20 of Garner Vincent Gallery 21 By HAL COOPER LONDON UP AntiAmerican feeling soared to new heights Wednesday in Britain Cartoon ists lampooned President Eisen hower mercilessly A denuncia tion of U S policy introduced by more than 100 Conservatives was before Parliament Other voices however called for renewed efforts to heal the breach with the United States caused by the BritishFrench di lemma in Egypt In Parliament the opposing views were spelled out in motions of the minority Labor and Liberal parties urging reconciliation with Washington and by an influential section of the ruling Conservative party attacking the Assem bly and blaming Middle East policy for gravely endangering the Atlantic Signed by Third The Conservative motion was igned by nearly onethird of the Eden governments backers in Commons Seldom in history has o large a segment of the British government party undertaken an attack in this fashion on an allied nation It said This House congratulates the foreign secretary Selwyn Lloyd on his efforts to secure interna tional control of the Suez Canal ft LAWRENCE DERTHICK Ike Names Commissioner of Education AUGUSTA Ga UP President Eisenhower Wednesday picked Dr Lawrence Derthick now su perintendent of schools at Chat tanooga to be U S com missioner of education At the same time the President appointed Jack Z Anderson former member of Congress from California and now an assistant to Secretary of Agriculture Benson o serve as a White House liaison man with Congress He will spe cialize in tending to farm legisla tion as he has in the Agriculture Department In the education post Derthick who will be 51 Dec 23 succeed 25 Die in Plane Crash 10 Americans Aboard Liner CARACAS Venezuela bodies of 25 persons killed in tho crash of a New YorktoCaracas airliner were brought down by cable car Tuesday night from the cloudshrouded mountains at the citys edge There were no survivors The dead included 10 Ameri cans among them 26yearold Negro outfielder Charles Peete of Omaha the American 1956 batting champion his wife and three children Peete property of the St Louis Cardinal chain was en route to play winter ball in Venezuela He had a 350 hitting average this past season The Venezuelan airliner swing ng in from the Caribbean through a rainstorm to land at Maiquetia Caracas seaside air port plunged into a wooded mountain of the Boca Chica ange Wreckage and the bodies of 18 passengers and 7 crewmen were scattered over the area of a city block The point impact was about 150 feet from the crest sonville and Byron Greiman 20 Garner amassed of a pos jsible points to keep posses sion of the National Live Stock land Meat Boards trophy which must be won three times for per manent possession GolL Gallery and Greiman fin shed second third and fourth in hat order in the individual scor and deplores both the resolution of the General Assembly calling for immediate and uncon ditional withdrawal of British and French troops from Egypt and the attitude of the which is gravely endangering the Atlantic Four separate resolutions have called on Britain France and Israel to pull their troops out of Egypt The United States sup ported them The endorsement o the resolution by nearly a third o the Conservative membership o the House promised grave trouble for the government if it began a complete withdrawal Must Hold Ranks If the Conservatives hold ranks they could easily adopt the mo tion But the party itself has been split by dissension over the Brit ishFrench intervention in Egypt although they closed ranks be hind Prime Minister Eden Nov Dr Samuel M Brownell brothe Atty Gen Herbert Brownell The job has been vacant sine Sept i resigned when to become superinten ng Purdue Winners dent of schools at Detroit It pay a year The presidents choice of Der thick announced at his vacatio headquarters here is a recess ap pointment subject to Senate con firmation when Congress recon venes in January Three lightweight PolandChina jarrows wpn the grand champion pen awards for Purdue University in the swine show The reserve grand champion pen heavyweight Berkshires was shown by Milo Wolrab of Mount Vernon Iowa In selections of pens of barrows by breeds the only other Iowa winners were J R J B Caputo of Marshalltown who placed sec ond with their pen of lightweights in the crossbreeds division Selection of the grand champion barrow was the last major award of the 1956 show Interest then turned to the upcoming auction of prize livestock on Thursday Janices Calf Among those with a special in terest in this event was Iowas Janice Hullinger from Manly Her Angus calf Dale not only won the grand championship in the junior livestock show but also was chosen Tuesday as reserve cham pion summer yearling calf of the entire expostion In 1954 her open class grand champion Angus Shorty brought a pound Pennsylvania State University showed a 985pound Shorthorn sen ior calf to the grand championship of the show and also won the re serve championship with a pound Angusjunior was only the fourth time in the expositions 56 years that a single exhibitor had copped both honors 23 when he left for Jamaica suf fering from overstrain Opposition motions urging the Conservative government to try to restore the close understanding of previous years with the United States were filed by a group of Laborites and also by the tiny middleoftheroad Liberal party In France too public opinion mounted against the United States as a result of the Suez crisis The United States was blamed for not moving faster to supply Europe with petroleum to replace the cut off Middle East supplies But French Foreign Minister Christian Pineau said Despite our bitterness we cannot re nounce American friendship nor the Atlantic PRIDE OF Sour chief herds man of Pennsylvania State University kneels beside P S Troubadour H the Shorthorn senior calf which is Grand Champion steer of the International Live Stock Exposition The university also won the reserve cham pionship on a junior yearling AberdeenAngus Iowa State twice College as done it SILENT PRAYER DALLAS UTI Burglars stole three prayer books from the glove compartment of a womans car while she was attending services Pair Plead Innocent to Sex Charges CHARLES CITY Gilchrist and his wife were jailed Tuesday in lieu of bond after pleading innocent to indictments charging them with operating a sex ring involving girls from 10 to 15 years old Gilchrist 43yearold cemetery gardner was charged with lewd immoral or lascivious acts involv ing a child His 25yearold wife Marilyn was charged with solic iting the girls Some of the alleged offenses took place in the cemetery where Gilehrist worked County Atty Jack W Frye said Others oc curred in the family apartment shared by Gflchrists 5yearold son and yearold daughter he said Gilchrist formerly of Oskaloo SyriaIraq Tension Is Mounting Fear Break to Come Soon BEIRUT Lebanon A drumhead tension between Syria and Iraq mounted Wednesday The feeling grew that some sort of break either in Damascus or Baghdad might come with in days Informed circles saw the likeli hood of an open coup by the army clique that has taken con trol of Syria in recent weeks The army faction proSoviet although nonCommunist is led by Col Aboul Hamid Saraj There were increasing signs of unrest A Baghdad dispatch quoted a government statement as saying two civilians were killed and a number of policemen and civilians hurt in a demon stration at Najaf a Moslem holy city in southwest Iraq It did not say what set off the trouble Quote an Iraqi Damascus dispatches quoted an Iraqi who claimed to be a refu gee as saying Iraqi army officers had attempted a mutiny against the present regime in Baghdad He said this occurred 12 days ago in protest against permitting British planes to re fuel at Habbaniya Air Base near sa also charge faces a statutory rape Workman Burned at Cement Plant Robert Hover was reported in i wivu me Xilia nis W11C WSS satisfactory condition with excharged with five counts of solic fanciira Kiifnc KntK lorfc tting children and a seventh count of soliciting a 31yearold woman He was indicted on five counts of lewd immoral or lascivious acts with the girls His wife was tensive burns on both legs at the Park Hospital Wednesday after noon He reportedly was burned when a salamander open heating unit exploded on the construction project at the Northwestern States Portland Cement Co He was taken to the hospital in a Snell ambulance He lives at the Hotel Cerro Gordo and is em ployed by the Dewey Electric Co TOUGH DECISION WASHINGTON Dis trict of Columbia commissioners are trying to decide which of two songs to make the official song of the nations capital One song proclaimed official in 1951 and then apparently all but forgotten called The other is called The District of Columbia Is My Home After entering their pleas in Floyd County District Court the couple was jailed in lieu of bond on each count for trial Baghdad The demonstrations SHOPPING OAYS TO CHRISTMAS refugee claimed flared in Bagh dad and other cities when the people learned the officers were arrested and that dozens of people were killed and wounded The SyrianIraqi crisis built up in a continuing exchange of bit ter charges Jordans decision to cut its ties with Britain and con sider closer relations with Russia underlined the possibility of deep er Soviet penetration into the fer menting Middle East Make Accusation Iraq accuses Syria of conduct ling a subversive campaign against the government of Iraqi Premier Nuri Said an opponent of Soviet moves to extend its Middle East influence Syria charges Iraq with seek ing to destroy the governments of both Syria and Jordan The latest blast came a Damascus radio broadcast wMca claimed a delegation of Inqt politicians had called OB Faisal to dismiss Nnri Saids ernment The official syriaa dio said the delegation orfed sal to appoint a go sponsive to national J ;