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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 9, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                Noith Iowas Daily Newspaper MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NIWSPAPIH THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS HOME EDITION VOL LXI IIVM Hd Pnw full OBU Conr MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY APRIL 9 1955 CoDiUti of Two Legislature Wont Finish on Schedule VALERY LYSIKOV Soviet Boy Returns to Russ Zone BERLIN Soviet youth who defected to the West and asked for political asylum last month was returned to his parents Saturday behind the Iron Curtain This was done at his own re quest officials said The youth was Valery Lysikov teenage son of a Russian Air Force officer stationed just out side East Berlin His defection to West Berlin March 18 stirred an international furor Demanded Return Soviet Foreign Minister V M Molotov charged that Author ities were holding the youth against his will and demanded his return The United States denied this Lysikov met with his parents March 26 under the supervision of officials in West Berlin authorities said later that he re fused to return to Communist East Germany Why he changed his mind was not immediately made clear by officials Lysikov had been staying in West Germany while plans were being made to grant him a entry permit Fondest Desire At a news conference in West Berlin March 29 Lysikov said his fondest desire was to go to the United States where he hoped to become a pilot an ambition which be said bis father had forbidden him He said he was fed up with the Communists lying propagan A U S official said Lysikov was turned over to his parents at noon The parents accompanied by two Russian officers came to West Berlin in an auto and picked up their son I hear he was quite happy about the official said POLICE REINFORCED Refuses to Call Out State Guard ATLANTA James E Folsom refused to call the National Guard to duty in the striferidden Southern Bell Telephone strike area of Birmingham Saturday but ordered the State Highway Patrol reinforced there Folsom called a news conference at the executive mansion in Mont gomery and told reporters I do not intend to use the Slate Militia as a strikebreaking or ganization However he said he intends to provide ample security in the Birmingham and he appealed to workers and management alike to maintain nonviolent and peaceful The governors statement came in reply to requests from Sheriff Holt McDowell of Jefferson County and Mayor Jay Bryant of Bes semer for troops to preserve in the wake of renewed outbreaks of strike violence Folsom emphasized that any security provided by me as gov ernor in the affected areas will be to protect human lives first in cluding those of the The governor said he is not ex cited over recent outbursts of violence and I dont want any one else to get He also lowans Fight Tax Claims WASHINGTON m Leslie and Alice Zillman Fairfield Iowa have challenged in Tax Court an Internal Revenue Service claim for in income taxes and penalties The IRS contends that Zillman owes in taxes for 194G and 1947 plus in penal ties and interest It claims the couple owes in taxes and in penalties and interest for the years 1948 1949 and 1950 The Zillmans deny any intention to defraud and say the IRS 50 per cent penalty for alleged fraud in each year should not have been assessed In their appeal the Zillmans contend the alleged deficiencies are based on errors made by IRS agents in failing to allow certain deductions and in erroneously list ing certain transactions as income repeated his earlier criticism of the right to work law in Ala bama which was enacted in 1953 to outlaw the union shop and simi lar compulsory labor membership agreements Labor Unrtst Folsom called it the right to wreck law and said it has caused more labor unrest in the less than three months he has been in office than in the entire four years of his first administration Redoubled efforts were being made in Atlanta Saturday to settle the 27dayold strike in the wake of violence or disorder in most of the nine southeastern states af fected In three Florida and North were restrained by court order from mass picketing The flareup of violence and dis order was widespread TNT Charge A blast apparently from a dy namite charge damaged trunk lines at Chattanooga Fri day night and rifle shots near New Orleans put 363 long distance lines out of order several hours An other cable was cut at Miami Fla the 32nd act of this type of dam age since the strike began At Raleigh N a nonstriking worker told police he was set upon as he was leaving the telephone plant and at Danville an un ruly crowd hurled eggs and rocks as it milled in front of a phone company building It was the first violence in the monthold strike at Raleigh Officials of the CIO Communica tions Workers of America have de nied repeatedly their members have been responsible for violence or damage to company property since the strike began March 14 after failure contract to agree on a new SAME DATE19S4141 Black flaf means traffic deatk in past 24 hours Iowa to Hear Monday About Polio Testing Public Report to Be Made Tuesday DES MOINES The official lists disclosing which school chil dren in three Iowa counties re ceived polio inoculations a year ago and which received a neutral control substance are expected to arrive in the state Monday or Tuesday Dr Ralph Heeren director of the Division of Preventable Dis eases in the State Health Depart ment said Saturday he has not been advised whether the lists will come to his office or be sent di rectly to the Scott Woodbury and Linn counties where inoculations were given Statt At Ann Arbor Saturday morning it was reported unofficially that it was understood the lists are be ing sent initially to state health de partments Dr Heeren said the department would merely transmit the information on to the three counties The long awaited public report on the effectiveness of the serum will be made Tuesday at Iowa time on the University of Michigan campus All youngsters who received only the harmless control fluid in last years inoculations will be given polio inoculations this spring if their parents desire it When the lists arrive in Iowa it will be possi We to determine who these chil dren are Iowa is known to have at least two youngsters who participated in last years inoculation but later contracted polio Mild Attack One is Michael Pena 9 son of Mrs Mildred Pena of Cedar Rap ids He had a mild attack of polio in July but recovered speedily Another is Melvyn Hiesterman 7 son of Mr and Mrs E E Heis terman of Davenport He also re ceived an inoculation last spring Last Sept 12 he was stricken with bulbar polio of the spine and is still wearing a backbrace Al though no longer bedridden his ac tivities are somewhat limited be cause of his cast With the code data now being made public it is expected to be known sometime next week wheth er either Michael or Melvyn re ceived the Salk vaccine Manly to Vote on Bond Issue MANLYResidcnts of Manly will go to the polls April 27 to vote on a bond issue of for the construction of a new library building fire station and town hall Thc building will be of hoi low tile with brick facing on thc north and south sides News in Brief FREEPORT 111 raged in three buildings in the heart of Frceport Saturday Authorities said no one was injured The citys fire department reported that flames had burned out the sixstory second National Building which formerly housed a bank by the same name Reported ablaze were adjoining two and three story business structures TACOMA CIVA flash fire believed to have started in a faulty refrigerator roared through a two story frame house here early Saturday and burned seven children to death The victims were James Clifton 15 Nancy McCarlcy 12 Thomas McCarley 11 Cyndia McCarley 9 Darell 8 Susan McCarley 3 and Magnus McCarley 8 months CHICAGO federal agents spent lix months talking bop and hipster language to arrest Willie Hill 32 a narcotics peddler The cat talk friendship ended Friday when Hill passed five ounces of heroin to the agents and they arrested him Im real down about Hill said Here I thought those cats were the coolest They turned out to be SIOUX CITY lockout by nine Sioux City area lumber and coal companies in opposing a unions strike action has been upheld by the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals at St Louis Jesse E Mar shall Sioux City attorney for thc companies said he had received a copy of the decision which overturns a National Labor Relations Board ruling He said it marked the first time thc legality of a lockout has been passed by a court in the Eighth Circuit Money Matters Remain as Knottiest Problems By WILLIAM L EBERLINE ibiennlum starting next July 1 Andestimate the session will last well DBS MOINES is growthe state revenue situation poses albeyond the traditional 100 days in ing short in the Iowa Legislature jand theres still lots of work to be done before the 1955 session comes to a close Still to be decided is how much money the state will spend in the Russ Want Annulment of Treaties Paris Pacts Retaliation problem much like the one a the Legislature is supposed tist faces when hes pulling a tooth complete its work The 100 dayi The question is how to make theare up April 20 extraction as painless as possiblej House leaders were a bit more for the guy who pays the bill optimistic about an early adjourn Most Senate and House leaders ment than those of the Senate Leading senators estimated April 29 is the day the gavel will fall for I the last time In the House the j guesses ran all the way from April 22 to April 27 The knotty problems of how j much money to spend and what to about taxes have been taking up DES MOINES the a lot of time There also is quite a Legislature adjourned Thursday bit of other important legislation on afternoon for the Easter weekwhich work remains to be done recess 139 bills had comThe House which has passed pleted their courst through House three appropriation bills is about Senate and had been signed jhalf through with the job of allot by the governor Eleven bills money for the various J39 Bills Complete Course 11 Not Yet Signed by Governor AP Wirephoto NO BUSY Long a very well preserved 104 Saturday gets his Easter trim from Tampa bar ber J 0 Collins Long who gets a haircut once a year and that at Eastertime attributes his old age to minding my own Christians Throughout The World Again to Make Plea for Peace By United Christians throughout the nation will pray for peace Sunday in the ninth year of the atomic commemorate the resurrection of the Prince of Peace Worshippers in a country threatened by fear and doubts of con flicts leading to war will draw inspiration from Christs triumphs Across the seas in the Holy Land an estimated pilgrims in solemn procession retraced Christs last steps in the old city of Among the pilgrims were persons of many nations and both Protestants and Catholics procession ended at Christs tomb in the Church of the Holy Sep ulchre where a final prayer was Baby Atomic Device Set Off in West LAS VEGAS Nev UP baby atomic device believed to te the trigger for a hydrogen de vice exploded at Yucca Flat Sat urday with a quick burst of light seen in four Western states The yellowwhite flash lasted just one second when the device was triggered atop its 300foot tower at Iowa A small reddish orange fireball rose in the air and lasted about eight seconds before darkness again settled over the desert Observers on Angels Peak 55 miles from ground zero at an ele vation of feet estimated the device had a yield of about kilotons tons of TNT one of the smallest of the current test series From Angels Peak the flash appeared as a pinpoint of light over the proving grounds Dark ness obscured the familiar mush room cloud and there was no visible ground damage The flash was seen briefly in Phoenix 350 miles from the test site and appeared as a rosy glow in Salt Lake City a similar distance Car Tractor Hit Minister Injured MOSCOW by phone to London Soviet Council of Ministers Saturday called on the Parliament o annul the treaties of friendship and alliance which Russia signed with France and Britain during World War II The move was in retaliation for the British and French ratification of the Paris agreements to rearm West Germany The Soviet Union had threatened to annul the treaties if the two Western nations approved the pacts enlisting West German troops hi Western defense News Conference Cancellation by the Supreme So a fore gone conclusion The Soviet government claims the treaties are directed agains Russia Announcement of the govern ments request to Parliament was read at a news conference called by the Soviet Foreign Ministry Noting that the FrenchRussian and BritishRussian pacts called for mutual assistance after the war the Soviet statement said that all the signatories to these treaties took responsibility to prevent re birth of German militarism and also not to join any alliance di rected against one of the contract ing Identical Statement Regardless of this the govern ment of Great Britain signed and the British Parliament approved the Paris agreement providing for remilitarization of Western G e r passed by both houses have not yet been signed These include subjecting beer and cigar ettes to the state sales tax Heres the number of bills passed by each house House 209 House bills 56 Sen ate bills Total 265 Senate 128 Senate bills 94 House bills Total 222 Measures signed by the gover nor included 88 House bills and 51 Senate bills services But the Senate hasnt yet acted on any of the bills Appropriations measures passed I by the House include a year for the state social welfare programs a year for the 14 institutions under the State Board of Control and a year from road use tax funds mostly for operation of the State Highway Commission Thats a total of an increase of a year over the amount available for these pur poses now and less than Gov Leo Hoegh had recommended Some Increases Meanwhile methods of raising more tax money were being care fully pondered The state has to raise more money because l It now is spending about 4Vi million dollars a year more than it is tak SEATTLE tfl A 24vearold re will be some mother walked to the center of ID appropna 58foothigh ship canal bridge here Friday with her son 4 and ter Mother Foiled in Try to Kill Self Two Tots has signed a bill jto levy taxes against outofstate Calmly she threw the little companies operating in J TjjIS W1u add about fl mnjjOQ over the edge Then the baby A ignoring the shouts of horrified passersby who rushed up to re strain her she followed her chil dren in the long plunge into the chill waters Miraculously Mrs Ann Salis bury Brian and Cynthia sur vived thanks to quick action by four young men who plunged into the canal after them I must have been dreaming I s a year to the states cof must have been Mrs Both the House and the Senate have passed an extension of the sales tax to beer and cigarettes It eventually will be signed but the governor has sent it back to the Legislature for an amendment repealing a provision of the pres ent law stating that present ciga rette taxes are in lieu of all other levies against cigarettes Its said Roman Catholic pDgrims more than swelled Vatican City for Easter observances Specialmanv and lts involvement in mrii services Saturday were highlightedjtarv against the by a special pontifical mass in St Peters Basilica Thousands of the faithful were expected to visit the treasured relics of the passion on display in St Peters Sunday the pilgrims Soviet the statement on the BritishRussian treaty said An identical statement was is sued on the FrenchRussian treaty Under the Soviet constitution it is possible for the small body which exercises par Salisbury repeated over and overjworth about three milljon dollars again as police gave her and theja n new venue alf nave approved but form a resolution creating a special committee to study the states entire tax struc will receive a special apostolicUamentary authority when the Su benediction from Pope Pius XTI from the balcony of St Peters Basilica Friday Ritual President Eisenhower started his Easter worship by attending Good Friday services at the National Presbyterian Church in Washing ton Mrs Eisenhower did not at tend services with the President She was at their Gettysburg farm home It was not announced whether Eisenhower will attend Easter services in Washington or at his Gettysburg farm In New York Francis Cardinal Spellman will pontificate at a sol emn mass at St Patricks Cathe dral The service is a major event of the traditional Easter observ ance on Fifth Avenue One of the nations biggest chil drens parties was expected to be the traditional Easter egg rolling contest on the great lawn of Cen tral Park Big EggRoll At Los Angeles Easter eggs and the Easter rabbit will be on stage MOUNT UPThe Rev John Movic and television stars will at Potter 40 of the Mount Ayr tend an whjch Baptist Church was injured cntibc hcld on thc lawn of thc Ambas preme Soviet is not in take annulment action itself cally Friday night when the trac tor he was driving collided with a car He was returning a plow he had borrowed to plow a garden in town The accident occurred 1i miles north of here on Highway 169 Mr Potter was taken to Ring gold County Hospital here His condition Saturday morning was described as just The car was driven bv Lro Kern na about 25 Bancroft treated for cuts He was sador Hotel A Mexican custom La Benedi cion de los Animales featured services in Los Angeles Saturday at thc Church of Our Lady Queen of thc Angels Pets and other ani mals were brought to the church for blessing In Scotland Billy Graham gave a televised Good Friday sermon to an audience estimated by thc British Broadcasting Corp at Stevenson Plans HalfHour Radio Talk on Monday CHICAGO UTVAdlai E Steven son 1952 Democratic candidate for president will give his views on the Far East political situation in a halfhour radio talk Monday night Stevenson declined to discuss his talk but an aide said the talk which will be aired over two na tional networks is a response to literally hundreds of letters tele grams and phone calls which Ste venson received during the last three weeks The talk will be broadcast by the Columbia Broadcasting s y st e m from 9 to Iowa The National Broadcasting Co said it would record the speech and broadcast it from to 10 About The Weather Iowa Fair mild Globe Gazette weather data to 8 Satur day Maximum Minimum At 8 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum two children first aid But later at a hospital she told Policewoman Kay Callender she planned all day to do away with herself and the children I thought I had ruined them she said Nothing left but agony and misery for them this was better for Three high school students saw Mrs Salisburys plunge They rushed down the canal bank and dived into the water One grabbedjital gains And it also will make the little boy and the othersit easier to atch up with persons brought the little girl ashore who fail to file state tax returns An unidentified young man laterj The Senate has passed a bill to pulled out Mrs Salisbury Withinraise the slate sales tax to 3 per a few minutes they were on thecent but exempting certain foods It now is awaiting Senate concurrence in some House amend ments Capital dains It is estimated increase state income tax revenue by about a year since it will auto matically apply a state tax to cap way to hospital treatment none more than cold and wet Tax commission experts say it would add about 17 million dollars a year to state revenue but it ap pears that it wont pass the House The House meanwhile seems about ready to adopt a measure boosting the income tax to the so called 100 per cent is jthe pre1943 level It would pro duce around 7 million dollars extra Three Members of Malvern Family Perish in Crash MALVERN membersrevenue of a family were killed Friday j At the top of the Senate calendar night when their car collided unfinished business is a bill a wrecker on Highway 34 east ofjboostins the state gasoline tax to here Is cents a gallon for the next two Dead are Mr and Mrs Gene years to speed up modernization W Winchester and his mother Iowa highways It has passed Mrs Harley Winchester 60 all ofjthe House Crowded Out her daughterinlaw 41 were killed I Meanwhile a number of other outright Winchester 42 manager matcrs of have passed of the Nvman RE A died a hn thc Somc P time later at a Council Bluffs vvl11 bKn out closing and never will be PlLtll The Iowa Highwav Patrol quoted comc law lhcsc Incudc the driver of the wrecker as saying Passed by Senate Toll road au the trucktractor unit he was towthority the warm beer bill Stanton The elder Mrs Winchester and ing broke loose causing the wreck er to swerve into thc path of the car Nationalist Planes Set Fire to Red Gunboat TAIPEI Formosa WVNational ist Chinese patrol planes Saturday set fire to a Communist gunboat of about 100 tons in the Strait of Formosa nounccd the Air Force an which would increase the power of the State Beer Permit Board and prohibit sale of chilled beer to taka out making the Iowa Commerce Commission appointive instead of elective and licensing of trading stamp companies and merchants using such stamp plans Passed by House Giving It yearolds the right to vote reap portionment of the Legislature 26 million dollnr Korean bill and providing for annual ses sions of the Legislature   

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