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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 17, 1952, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for tb Horn CITY GLOBEGAZETTE TH I NfWS PAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10WANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LVIIl Associated Preis and United Press Full Lease Wires Five Cents a Copyl MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JULY 17 1952 CoiulkU of Two One No 24 Candidates Try With Administration Polici Mossadegh Resigns Iranian Post IN GIANT ICE SHOW AT Becker of Hollywood is one of the capable and beautiful skaters who will appear in the giant ice revue Ice Vogues of 1952 before the grandstand at the North Iowa Fair each evening Aug 1217 This years show is com pletely different from and much larger than the 1951 production Plan State Electric Network Mason City Company Is Participating Map on Page 2 An increased and more reliable supply of electric power is assured for the Mason City area after com pletion of a statewide high voltage transmission grid now being constructed by eight major electric companies This was announced Thursday by Charles E Strickland general manager of Peoples Gas and Elec tric Mason City one of the eight participating electric companies The grid a network of 1259 ad ditional miles of 161000 volt elec tric lines will be an expressway for exchange of large quantities of electric energy between the com panies Incentive to Industry Strickland saw the grid us an in centivc to industries that may con template locating City area in the Mason It the grid certainly will en able our territory to offer the best possible electric service to any in dividuals or concerns contcmplat ing locating in it he said The socalled Iowa grid will link the eight major power com panies in the statp They generate Mason City We will continue lo produce our own requirements and carry on a program of expansion at our local and prob ably supply through our surplus facilities a portion ot the power needs of areas in the state less favorably situated Mason City will be one of the tey points of the proposed system and the work to be done here will represent a sizeable investment We have long recognized the jcnefits to us and to the state aris ing from the inlerconncclion of Lhc major power stations in Jowa Several years ago when the large generating plants at Davenport Des Moines Fort Dodge and Kansas City were all a part of the United Light system a tie up of these units was worked out At that time an exhaustive study was made with the idea in mind of including Peoples Gas and Electric which was also in the United Light group Although our company has for a long time been interconnected with the Iowa Pub lic Service Company the advan tages ot the proposed Towa grki system will be of far greater bene fit to us We recognize tho importance ol The initial phase o the grid con struction calls for ncsv lines in addition to those under ion from Fort Dodge to Iowa Palls and on eastward to Dubuque rom Iowa Falls north lo Mason City and then on to Albert Lea Minn and from Oelwcin north to near Decorah making 575 miles of new electric expressways over the state about 85 per cent of the states electric energy In addition to Peoples Gas and Electric Ihc firms are Iowa Pub lic Service Company Sioux City Iowa Power and Light Company Des Moines Iowa Electric Light and Power Company Cedar Rap Interslale Power Company Dubuque IowaIllinois Gas and Electric Company Dave nport Towa Soulhern Utilities Company Centerville Union Eleclric Power Company Keokuk Statement Echoed Stricklands slalement concern ing Ihc lure lo industries thai will he achieved by construction of the grid was echoed by Rodney Q Sclby director of the Iowa Devel opment Commission Selby said This proposed expansion will make Iowa more atlraclive for industrial location Industry is looking more and more to the Mid dle West for locations in its ever expanding decentralization and dis persion program Iowa can be sure of getting a large measure of this industry if it can offer power at reasonable rates and in large quantily with every assurance of dependability Strickland declared We are very pleased with the Inclusion of Peoples Gas and Elec tric in the proposed Iowa power grid system as it will assure our territory of an increased and more reliable supply of electric power It will in no way affect the generation of electricity here in ample and reliable electric serv ice and are confident that when completed the proposed Iowa grif system will place this locality in most enviable position Five Routes Two eastwcsl and Ihree norlh south roiiles have been oullinct for Ihe grid Interconnection of the companies under the grid plai would permit power to be fed into any section of he slate from at least two directions The 161000 volt lines would not provide direct service to any individual customer ed into existing distribution sys Chief Figure in British Oil Dispute BULLETIN TEHRAN Iran Mo hammed Rexa Pahlevi Thurs day named 80yearold Ahmed Quavam to be premier TEHRAN Iraiv WV Premier Mohammed Mossadegh chief of Iranian nationalism resigned un expectedly after a dispute with Shal Mohammed Pahlevi and parliament Thursday met to choose a successor The resignation which plunged nearbankrupt Iran into a new ministerial crisis was announced at a closed session of parliament Thursday morning by Hussein Ala he minister of court representing the Shah One deputy said the message rom the palace disclosed that the 72yearold premier quit Wednes day night after the Shah refused o agree to let him become min sicr of war as well as premier in hc new government The dispute apparently occurrec during a conference between Mos sadegh and the Monarch Wednes day Mossadgh sent his tetter o resignation Wednesday night ap parently without informing som An grid additional G81 will provide miles of the for electric either Iowa City from Iowa Falls but substations aiong the main routes would permit power to be superhighways from Sioux City southwest to Avoca and then cast o DCS Moincs from west of Storm Lake north From north of Mason City east to Decorah north from Keokuk to Davenport Marshalltown Agree on Principles The participating companies have agreed on interconnection princi ples and will welcome power inter change agreements with other pro ducers Interconnection with the exist ing municipal plants is included in the planning for the statewide power system it was stated The grid companies will be glad to ne gotiate interchange agreements with the municipal systems and REA cooperatives Such interconnections are held to be mutually advantageous in reducing the investment required for generating reserves and by providing continuous service in emergencies it was explained Engineers consider Ihc intercon nection plan as a modernization of electric transmission in Iowa A survey of the states anticipated power needs indicates an invest ment of 5230000000 in new genera ting stations will be required be tween now and in order to meet demands expected then of his closest supporters Severa deputies arriving for the meetiu of the Majlis lower house ex pressed surprise when informed o the resignation Among names mentioned as a possible successo to Mossadegh was that of fovrhc Premier Ahmed Qavam Qavarn a 77yearold rightist politician was premier in 19ifi The veteran nationalist slecrei liis country through the tion of the billiondollar Britishop crated oil industry Boy 13 Dies of Injuries Heres How It Feels to Fly 1200 Miles an Hour LOS ANGELES The hottest plane in the free world Ihe D 5582 Skyrocket holds a new speed record of 1238 miles an hour says the Navy And the hottest tesl pilot Bill Bridgeman says zooming al that speed is no different than flying 750 miles per hour Real Kick The real kick comes Bridgeman said in an exclusive interview Wednesday night when the rocketpropelled hummingbird runs out of power at a record altitude of 79494 feet and swoops down 15 miles for a deadstick landing on the deserl Both Ihe speed and allitudc marks were confirmed here by Sccrc Hinich Bound to Grand Jury on Murder Charge Mike Hinich G0was3 liomul over to the grand jury Thins lay on a charge of nnirder after a preliminary heftvinp in Mason City police court The cement plant vorker is accused of the fatal shootinglast Saturday night of his wife Dorothy 30 Police Judge B 11 Dunn set bond at M L Ma JAMES JIMMY LEWIS James Jimmy Francis Lewi 13 son of Mr and Mrs Fran Lewis route 1 died at i Mast City hospital at pm Wednc day about three hours after he w struck by a car at his farm home miles wrsl of Mason City on Iligl way JOG He was chasing a ball into the road in front of his home when he was struck by a car driven by W A Holland of St Louis Mo au thorities said Born March 5 1939 in Mason City the hoy is survived by his parents a brother Terrancc John 8 a sister Betty Jean 15 and the HAROLD McKlNLEY McKinley Says GOP Platform Is Workable Raps Brannan for His Criticisms By RICHARD McFARLAND ST ANSGAR Me Cinley a husky 57yearulil farmer said Thursday Secretary of Agri culture Charles F Brannan has I lot of guts criticising the Rcpub ican farm plank McKinley head of the Midwest Rocky Mountain GOP farm coun cil nmllhc GOP subcommittee that l rafted the plank defended r it in in interview as honest nnd work just politically expedi ent Attacks Platform Brannnn attacked the GOP farm airYVcdnesday as negative He Inscribed the plank reference to full parity prices for all farm iirodiicls in the market place as phony language McKinley who tangled with Irannan before over potato mar keting regulations said he was imaved Ihink in said that anyone who fathers a plan as thoroughly repudiated as the Brannanplan is reading on thin ice to criticise my other program A sccrleary who docnt have in agricultural background has a ot of guts trying to tell fanners how to write their own program Months of Work McKinley said the GOP farm iilank was formed after months of work by various state GOP farm councils which got out on the farm and got Lhc farmers ideas Many parts of our plank arc almost direct quotes from the farmers he said Six of our eight subcommittee members were farmers one had just left Ihc farm and the oilier was well vorscd in farming This is unprecedented Weve got a farmers farm plan lo fight for he said Were nol going lo lake any guff from the Democrats Potato Regulations McKinley tangled with the Ag ion criminal lawyer sen ting Hiinch said the labor er would not post bond immcdinle y but indicated an effort would be mule to raise it Three Three witnesses testified at the icaring They were Police Chief co Allslol Dr Ralph Smiley county coroner nnd Robert D ilobertson 27 1049 17th NE who estificd Hint he was a witness to he slaying Allstot read a slatcmcut report edly signed by Hinich the night of the slaying The statement told of a lavernbyliiycrn search by llinich for his wife When he found her at the Blue 310 S Federal Hinich said lie walked lip to her and without saying a word shot her Hinich had married her last Dr Smiley testified that he had examined the dead womans body He also told of ai letter lllnicl wrote in Croatian to NlckNegomir 824 Van Burcn SW in which thi Yugoslav immigrant told plan o kill his wife The letter was found in Hinich1 possession after the slaying H apparently intended it ns a su cide jiote because aflcr shoolin iiryicc he tried to ttinvlhe royo ver on himself but wasrestrnlne y bystanders police said Spent 17000 In the letter Hinich thufnthe if four children by a previous mat iagc said his wife hncl spent 00 of his money leaving him per Ness He told of seeing her sil ing on other mens knees ani dssing them Hinich said in the statement wlice that the only thing he wa orry for was that he did not ki limsclf riculture Department last year when he defied dictatorial po tato marketing regulations A fcdcraJ court issued a tem porary injunction barring McKin Icy from selling potatoes without government inspection and grading under a sixstale agreement Jim many farmers renounced the agreement by mail The Iowa leg islalurc attacked Brannan as i polalo czar Tho potato agree mcnt died last Aug J5 FIRE RAZES LODGE JASPER AJta UP A flasi O t rtlDLUJ iIUULj JJ LJlCr paternal grandparents Mr and frc levelled the Mrs Grover Lewis Rockwell Taspcr Park Lodge in Ihe Rocky Requiem Mass will be celebrated Mountains cirly Wednesday lary of Ihe Navy Dan A Kimball Bridgeman Hew Ihe Douglasbmltlat am Saturday at St Josephs rocket ship to unprecedented heights last August 7 and set the speed record August 15 in tests at Edwards Air Force Rase Calif In pressurized suit and cockpit Bridgeman says he was not especially conscious of speed Make a Mistake You notice the high speed only when you make a mistake the exNavy bomber pilot said Then she really jumps and gets hard lo control Generally though theres too much blue sky and so many things to do that the speed isnt noticeable The moment lhal sends your guts into your shoes Bridgeman declares comes when the last of Ihe four rockets used by the plane loses its thrust Then you have to bend er over fast level off and start gliding for home Catholic Church with Father Wil liam Arquitl celebrant The Hos ary will bo said al 4 pm Friday by the Tabernacle Society nnd Ihe parish Rosary will be said at 8 pm Friday at the farm home Tn lermenl will be al SI Josephs Catholic Ccmelcry Friends may call al the farm home aflcr 10 am Friday until the time of services The Patter sonJames Funeral Home is in charge SAME liar mcani triTlr Jr a Hi In Mil 2L hrMtri Demos Nominate 3 for Supreme Court DES MOINES h e Demo cratic state judicial convenlio Thursday nominated three cand laics proposed by Us Nominalio Jommiltce for Ihc Iowa Suprem Court in the November gcricri election They are Ed OConnor of low City Iowa attorney general froi 033 to 1036 LeRoy Rader Storn Lake an assistant attorney genera n OConnors staff and A 1 Shcpard Des Moincs an assistan county attorney Reds Remove Their Envoy LONDON bowed to rltnins demand Thursday nnd greed to withdraw Soviet iissy Diplomat Pavel Kuznetsoy London after he was named a British spy trial was ordered last Sun ay to get out of the country within week for his action fn receiving flcial secrets from William Mar hall young British foreign office atlio operator Marshall was convicted July 10 f passing lo Kuznelsov secretin ormatlon of value to enemy All Seek Nod From President Russell Latest to Seek Favor By JACK BELL CHICAGO WVSen Richard B Russell of Georgia bid Thursday for the support of President Tru man in his wee for the Demo cratic presidential nomination urged into the party contest by antiTruman southern silent for the lime beingon tho Presi dents fighting declarationagainst any convention betrayal his polllicjil creed r But tho Georgian told a news conference he expects Truman to make known his1 choice Truman Improves WASHINGTON Trurrun tptnt very gootl night it the Armys Walt r Hospital aides said Thurs day reported that Truman to back to by Saturday le was sentenced to five years in irisou Kuynetsov second secretary a he Soviet embassy is expected to jet out by nir or sen with his smnl son and pretty blond wifc The Soviets sent a terse note I the foreign office Thursday agree Ing to tho British expulsion order All About nndidatc early in the 31st Demo cratic national convention open ng Monday r I am not sure that President Truman knows yet who that man will Kuaseli said I wouldbe very hnppy to have his support and that of any The Wealher Maiort City Partly cloudy Thurs day afternoon Thursday night and Friday Occasional showers or thundcrshowcrs High Thurs day 85 to 88 Low Thursday night 08 o 70 High Friday near 85 Pnrtly cloudy north occa sional showers or Ibundorfihow crs cloudy and not so warm in south with showers Thursday afternoon High Thursday 80 to 85 south 85 to 88 north Minnesota Partly cloudy Thurs day night and Friday scattered thunderstorms mostly at night Little change in temperature High Friday 78 to 88 GlobeGazette data up to 8 am Thursday Maximum 87 Minimum 59 At 8 am 74 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 87 65 t Hdssull obviously has that the Truman strength will T be thrown behind him Nevertheless the Georgia senators atatehnsnt was a further indication of a trend among candidates to Jline them selves as far as they can for administration policies in their struggle for therparty nomination Truman said in a messageto delegates made public Wednesday night that there must be no be trayal of the New Deal and AP Wlrcphoto LOCOMOTIVES locomotives and a baggage car of the Southern Pacific passenger train the Imperial were derailed near Phoenix Ariz after hitting a truck at a grade crossing The locomotives and tenders are sprawled at right Three crew men were hutft Fair Dciil by the convention t Taking this as a cue northern Democrats and Negro spokesmen toJd platformdrafters Thursday Lhat if a strong civil rights plank is not approved party will f u ce the possibility of a ytifo spread inovcment to stay away from the polls in November Spuaki for Rep Adam Clayton Powell o New York spoke for the Negroes and Stanley Gewirtz for Ameri cans for Democratic Action selfstyled liberal ele ment of the party Russell madeit clear he wont go along with any plank which would call for n compulsory fair employment practices commission He also denounced as gag rule a proposal sponsored by the ADA nnd othersto permit a bare majority to cut off Senate fill busters A two Ihirdsyptc of the Senates entire membership is required to shut off debatci The Georgia senator predicted a compromise civil rights plank will be adopted which wont satisfy anyone fully but will be one on which all the Democrats can get together He said it was highly improb able there would be any cratic bolt this year Russell moved closer lo Truman and support of the Fair Deal program Wednesday v by denounc ing the TaftHartley law which his jhclped enact over Trumans veto Peoples Choice Sen Estcs Kcfauver of Tennes see sclflabbed peoples choice for the nomination called for a fight mi what he labeled Republican isolationism and reaction Their declarations seemed tonin dicale a developing pallcrn ot Ihinking among the presidential hopefuls thai the Republicans choice of Gen D wight D Eisen hower will force the Democrats to pick a nominee who can call him self a progressive In words that paralleled Tru mans official message to the con vcnlion dclegalcs Kefauver told a news conference The Democratic party must continue to be the liberalprogrcsi sive parly ofthe nation We can not retreat on either foreign policy or in the domestic field Kefauver lea ds In the Associated   

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