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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 9, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                HOME EDITION MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NIWSFAFIR THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHIOKS VOt LXI ud Ualtod nil LMM MASON CITY IOWA WIDNtSDAY MARCH IMS Thin Paper o Two Mfcllt Dismissal of Hungarian Premier Seen NEW SHOES Little Dennis Kessel Buffalo Tuesday uses his artificial legs which he calls his new to walk off with the title of Erie County Eas ter Seal Child Born a triple am putee Dennis at 29 months may be the youngest child ever equipped with artificial legs Says Reds Want Arms Showdown WASHINGTON VbSecretary of State Dulles trip to the Far East apparently convinced him the United States and Communist China are heading toward a mili tary showdown probably over Formosa In a nationwide broadcast Tues day night Dulles issued two sol emn warnings 1 To the Chinese Reds he said sea and air forces in the area are now equipped with new and powerful weapons of precision which can utterly destroy military targets without endangering unre lated civilian Greater 2 To the American people he said the whole defense system for free Asia will fail unless they are willing to use their greater force in response to a military challenge from Communist China Dulles tone was grim although he reported progress on strength ening the Southeast Asian alliance Dulles promised continued arms aid for Far Eastern countries Without giving details he pro jected U S cooperation toward improving economic conditions He termed subversion the greatest danger in Southeast Asia but voiced belief the threat would di minish when such countries as Viet Nam understand that their allies have the power and the will to strike down an open armed ag One Theme One theme dominated Dulles talk It was that the free friendly peoples of Asia are mainly de pendent for their security on mo bile Allied power spearheaded by U S sea and air power Dulles added that the Reds by claiming great victories in Korea and in the recent Tachen Islands evacuation as well as in Indochina last summer attempt to portray the United States as a paper tiger on whose strength small nations cannot rely We must if occasion offers make it clear that we are prepared to stand firm and if necessary meet hos tile force with a greater force that we the secretary said rAII About The Weather Mason City Fair and mild Iowa Continued mild Minnesota Clear warmer Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 a m Wed nesday Maximum Minimum At 8 a m YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum MHO Broker Doubts Probe Caused Market Break WASHINGTON head of the worlds biggest brokerage firm testified Wednesday he doubts very much the Senate investigation had anything to do with Tuesdays threebillondollar break in the stock market Winlhrop H Smith managing partner of Merrill Lynch Pierce Fenner Beane gave that opinion and stood firm on a declaration prepared before the market that public confidence in Americas economic future has reached a very high level Smith testified before the Senate Banking Committee Chairman Ful bright DArk asked soon after Smith read his prepared statement whether he thought the commit tees inquiry into the stock mar ket had anything to do with the price drop Doubti It I would doubt it very much Mr Smith replied He went on to note that Ful Dright made a Thursday when statement last the hearing opened warning investors against juying or selling stocks on the asis of daytoday testimony Smith said he believed that state ment took care of the situation extremely Smiths view was pretty much echoed by Henry G Riter III new jresident of the National Assn of Manufacturers in a talk with re porters at the White House Riter had just had a visit with President Eisenhower and said he told the President that business conditions generally certainly are ooking very Asked whether the President agreed Riter replied I would say so Sharp Decline Riter president of the Thomas A Edison West Orange N aid in reply to a question that his conversation with the Presi dent did not touch on the rise in stock market prices over the last year or Tuesdays sharp decline Smith told the Senate investiga tors he is strongly opposed to the proposal advanced by Harvard economist John K Galbraith Tues day that the government take steps toward raising margin require ments from the present 60 per cent to IOC per cent as a means of curbing speculation Second Day of Spring Weather DES MOINES was in Jie second day Wednesday of a burst of spring The Weather Bureau said Wed nesday highs would be as warm or warmer than Tuesday when readings ranged from 56 at Mason ity to 68 at Council Bluffs Lows during Tuesday night were above freezing No cold weather is in sight at the present the Weather Bureau said State Senate Passes Egg Grading Bill Monopoly Opponents Say DES MOINES ffi The Iowa Senate has passed a uniform egg grading bill which its backers say will bring Iowa farmers 14 to 20 million dollars more income per year The measure was passed 3612 and sent to the House Tuesday after a 2Vi hour debate in which opponents labeled the measure as unnecessary and a monopoly An amendment knocking out a provision that egg dealers and pro cessors would have to purchase a bond which would be forfeit if the dealers violated the law or failed to pay for eggs delivered to them by producers was passed Sen George OMalley DDes Moines said the provisionwould permit egg producers to use the facili ties of the state to collect their License The bill would require egg deal ers and processors to pay a li cense fee of to a year depending on the number of eggs they handle annually Candlers egg graders and retailers would have to pay a license fee of a year No eggs grading less than Grade B could be sold for human consumption in Jowa And the dealer who purchases the eggs from the producer would be re quired to candle and grade them and label them as to grade before reselling them Sen Lawrence Putney RGlad brook said that at present Iowa produces more eggs than any other state and about 80 per cent of Iowa eggs are consumed by people in other states Ranks 42nd But Iowa ranks 42nd in the price producers Deceive for their eggs Putney said This he explained is because Iowa eggs go to the eastern mar kets ungraded Dealers in the East he said pay a flat rate per case based on nest run eggs and the price is substantially below that paid for quality eggs BLOOD DONOR and Mrs GarfS Indianapolis pose with 138 pints of amount they contributed through the Red Cross since World War II It is believed to be the greatest amount given by any couple in the country AP Wirephoto WORST FLORIDA worst forest fire in North Floridas history eats its way into part of the acres of timberland it has devastated near Perry Smoke from the blaze has spread for miles around and a 10 mile an hour wind was hampering a crew of 100 fire fighters 4 Americans Among Dead in Mexican Transport Crash DCS Crashes Into Peak at Guadalajara GUADALAJARA Mexico Twentysix persons including four American tourists were killed Tuesday when a Mexican airliner crashed into a peak of the western Sierre Madres and ex ploded with a blast that set the mountain top afire Rescue brigades set out at dawn from the nearby Rancho el Mosco to reach the wreckage of the twin engined DC3 airliner a few miles from the village of Talpa de Al lende located westsouthwest of Guadalajara A rancher on horseback who climbed to the scene late Tuesday reported all aboard perished hor He was prevented for more than three hours from approaching the area because flaming gasoline touched off a series of brush fires Identify Americans The Americans aboard were ten tatively identified as Ed Johnson Dr Russell Ingle Dr Clifford Hays and R S Hall All vere from Cali fornia They boarded the plane at the rustic coastal resort of Puerto Val larta for the 125mile flight to Guadalajara The plane rose swiftly to clear the mountains which rise abruptly from the coast but crashed 20 minutes later only 30 miles from the Puerto Vallarta airfield There was no explanation Radio contact was lost shortly after take off Second Disaster It was the second air disaster in Mexico within 24 hours but the first for the airline in five years Jorge Pasquel Mexican millionaire and former baseball czar perished with five other persons on Monday night when Pasquels private plane crashed in the eastern Sierra Madres near the Gulf Coast The airliner carrying 23 pas sengers and three crew members was of the Mexican Aviation Com pany an affiliate of Pan American It took off at Three hours later the smok ing wreckage was spotted from the air SAME DATEW493 BUck Oath put M krari Princess Intends to Wed THIS FALL LONDON Margaret intends to marry 40yearold RAF group Capt Peter Townsend this fall an informant in touch with the royal family said Wednesday Towntend himself a divorced man was quoted as saying There can be nothing said until the time is ready or somebody else does The 24yearold princess is expected to renounce her right of succession to the throne to smooth the way for her wedding to commoner according to the informant who refused to permit use of his name Margarets marriage to the war hero 14 years her senior and father of two children would defy the Church of Englands ban on the remarriage of divorced persons Wolfson Asks fo See Avery FacetoFace CHICAGO UP Financier Louis G Wolfson challenged 81 yearold Sewell L Avery to meet him facetoface at a meet ing of Montgomery Ward Co stockholders Wednesday and ask any questions he wants Wolfson is trying to wrest con trol of Wards the nations sec ond largest mail order house from Avery The meeting is another of Wolf sons crosscountry kaffee klatches and is being held on Averys home grounds It came in the wake of a Wolfson charge that Wards has hired private dectectives to spy on him inhis proxy fight for con trol of the mail order firm Im sick and tired of stumbling over private de the financier said as he arrived here Tuesday House Passes Variety of New Measures Nagy Is Accused by Reds Deviationism Made Public BUDAPEST Hungary ers of the Hungarian Communist Party Wednesday accused premier mre Nagy of rightist deviation sm and of supporting mistaken Tightest ideas in speeches and articles Western observers in Vienna said dismissal from office ap peared imminent He had been ountrys chief mouthpiece for Soviet exPremier Georgi Malen tovs policy of more consumer goods His downfall had been ex jected since the Soviet Union and lungary early this year returned o policies emphasizing heavy in dustrial production which war materials A statement by the Hungarian Workers Communist Partys Cen tral Committee published in all Budapest newspapers accused Nagy of encouraging elements who tried to frustrate industrialization and deny the necessity of heavy DES MOINES variety of bills including one to impose the two per cent sales tax on tie gross receipts of bowling alleys passed in the House Wednesday The sales tax measure approvec 7914 could be expected to yield about a year in additiona state revenue It now goes to tbj Senate Sent to Governor Two of the measures were sen to the governor One would requir multiple beam road lighting equip industry development Light Industry Only by development of heavy industry it added could there be a development of light industry and agriculture The statement said the criticism of Nagy was voiced at a session ol the Central Committee held March 24 The chief speaker at the meet ing was the partys first secretary Matyas Rakosi The statement emphasized thai party policies laid down in June States Labor Laws Debated at Hearing DES MOINES labor laws were warmly debated by labor leaders and representatives of employers and manufacturers associa tions before the House and Senate Labor committees Tuesday afternoon The joint public hearing was on a House bill which would legalize the union shop in Iowa The states present righttowork law Teacners College The vote ment on all motor vehicles except motorcycles registered for the first time after next Jan 1 Thej vote was 970 The bill was de scribed as designed to improve mo tor vehicle lighting as a safety fea ture The other bill sent to the gov ernor would give city playground commissions power to regulate recreation centers The vote after little discussion was 970 Per Person Among other bills passed are these To require seasonal canning in dustry employes to earn at least S200 per season to be eligible for unemployment compensation Vote 933 To exempt from taxa tion honey produced and held by the producer in the year before as sessment Vote 913 To remove the 50 cent limit on weekly tuition fees for pupils at tending the campus laboratory teacher training classes at Iowa 1953 which led to the proclamation ROKSI NAGY of the new course espoused by Nagys government were correct B t a committee said had More Airport Aid for City Tentative federal aid to the Mason City municipal airport has been increased from to Airport Manager James R Dick Mettler announced Wednesday The be matched by the be used for the in stallation of medium and high in tensity lights for the main and alternate runways The airport commission Tues day contracted with Ralph Wal lace for the engineering and su pervision and preparation of plans and specifications for the installation of the lights The commission also expects to let contracts for the project dur an employe cannot be dis criminated against for refusing to join a union Iowa labor leaders denounced the law and said unions will go into competition against businessmen who support restrictive laws against Sole Purpose Vernon Dale president of the CIO State Council said employer organizations sole purpose is ob viously to set up a road block against collective bargaining Eventually this kind of immoral legislation can but bring about re taliation Unions will enter deep er and deeper into competition with businessmen for membership bene he said Dale said the trend has already started owned businesses in competition with regular business We wont be in business for he said just for trend can ing April with completion set for late summer date 973 Baking Company Plans to Enlarge Local Facilities been mistakes and deficiencies in carrying them out Describing those responsible for the rightist mistakes as oppor tunists and ths statement went on Nagy became the chief preacher of these antiMarxist ideas The basic feature of Nagys rightist line appeared in the ne gation and underestimation of the partys achievements and in the hushing up of these results j Imre Nagy directly encouraged elements within the party and petty bourgeois elements outsida the party to increase their under mining activities against tha partys reputation If the policy of these rightist The Continental Baking Company deviati6nists triumphed this coun ihas purchased space in the 1600 try would become a backward block on North Federal Avenue and plans to set up enlarged distribu tion facilities here John McDon The committee said the June 1953 decisions remain the basis of nell manager of the Waterloothe partys policies but the mis office of the company said raust be corrected The sday partys main task the statement Final plans for the building toideclarcd was now to crush and be constructed are awaiting approval of the New York office of the company McDonnell said It toward setting up unionjs expected that the contracts for the building will be let sometime next week The company has contracted toj completely isolate aE harmful rightist Bourgeois Circlet A Budapest Radio broadcast heard in Vienna said the Central He said this buy space measuring 118 feet alongip i be stopped only by an North Federal Avenue and 198 feet L the rk end to the antiunion attacks by deep Romcy Realty Co in Mason n0de the partv d UdC l P y the under cTrcS business people who are so little city negotiated the land purchase affected by trade unionism in with the baking company Practices Resisted Tracy Boy Innocent of Manslaughter KNOXVILLE W D a v i d E Schimmel 15 Tracy a student far resisted going into busi Pclla High School was found innolness for the benefit of union mem cent by a jury Tuesday night of a bers But AFL unions mav soon Ray Mills president of the AFL Iowa State Federation of Labor said his organization in Iowa has McDonnell said that the company does not plan to open baking facili ties here but to enlarge storage and distribution facilities manslaughter charge growing out of a traffic fatality The boy was charged with man slaughter after the car he was driving struck and killed Mary Lou Schuring 12 daughter of Mr and Mrs Louis Schuring on a gravel road northeast of Knoxville on Oct be forced to resort to such he added Robert Biirlinggamc LAS executive Hutt on Actress Honeymooning With Third Husband VEGAS Nev was honeymooning The Budapest government an nounced in midFebruary that Nagy had had a serious heart attack and would not be back in his office until probably time in The party attack on the Premier symbolized the continuance in power of the countrys real munist boss Matyas Rakosi Nagy replaced Rakosi as Premier in July 1953 after Stalins death but Wed secretary of the Iowa with the right kind of said true collective bar gaining is impossible between such 1 1951 The girl was walking homcithat monopoly from school at the time Hes Alan Livingston rec ord company executive The bouncy and unionism whenever and wherccvcriactress was married to Livingston small enterprises and monopoly iblonde comedienne singer unionism inH whorpovor arfrocc uae tnarrioH fr chooses to flex its Tuesday by Dist JudRC Frank Me jNamcc U was her third marriage Rakosi continued the No 1 nun in the party Politburo It remained to be teen he would tike the premiership back or would still wield power from his party post in the manner of Soviet Communist Party Chitf NikiU KbruihdMV   

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