Tuesday, April 19, 1955

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 19, 1955, Mason City, Iowa Nortfc lewds Doily Newspoper Edited far ft MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI THAT MAKES ALL NOITH IOWANS NEIGHIOftS HOME EDITION VOL LXI Prtu United Vntt full LHM Ufevm Cow MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY APRIL 19 1955 This Japer of Two One Senate Gets County Option Liquor Bill IN CHOUS SPEECH Subversion by Criticized BANDUNG Indonesia Chinas Premier Chou Enlai told the AsianAfrican conference Tuesday that his country is not interested in subversive activities but in stead is being subverted by the United States of If you do not believe he told the delegates you can send representatives to China to take a look You are Chou continued We do not hide the fact that we believe in Lundy Says Hes Not After Job DES MOINES m Russell F Lundy central figure in a con tinuing tiff between Gov Leo Communism But this is not a meet ing to discuss Ideologies but to s e e k a common ground and not great Communist China he said had come to Bandung ready to comply with the decisions of the sponsor ing nations and not to raise other questions We have no Chou asserted China could raise the question of the liberation of Taiwan Formosa and the neighboring is lands We could have made criti cism of the unfair treatment of China in the United Nations but Hoegh and the Legislature said we are not going to do Tuesday that so far as he is con cerned there is no need for all the uproar In a message from Bakersfield where he is vacationing Lundy had this to say Please be advised I am not seeking any kind of a state posi tion I have a successful law prac tice and a publishing business in which I can profitably occupy my full time Ptrsonal Sacrifict Any connection I might have with state government would be at a personal sacrifice and only on the basis of contributing something to a successful administration for Gov Leo A Hoegh a former schoolmate and a friend of more than 30 years Lundy wrote that his comments were brought on by a batch of newspaper clippings he bad re ceived from his office The clip pings involved a Legislative lie search Bureau bill which was passed last week by the Senate and sent to the House On Capitol Hill the bill was re garded in part as a Senate movej to create a position for Lundy and thus settle differences with Hoegh over appointments Lundy was Hoeghs campaign manager last year The governor nominated him early in the session for a a year appointment as a member of the State Highway Conciliatory Aside from the charge of U S subversion most of Chous speech followed a conciliatory line em phasizing chiefly his contention that peaceful coexistence of coun tries with different social systems can be Chou said international tension was reduced following the Korea armistice and the Indochinese ceasefire Chou invited the whole world to join with China India and Burma in supporting the five principles of peaceful Following these principles Chi na and Indonesia have already achieved good results in their pre liminary talks on the question of the nationality of the citizens of one country residing in Chou said Fivt Principles During the Geneva conference China also expressed readiness to develop friendly relations with the Indochinese States on the basis of these five principles There is no reason why the relations be tween China and Thailand the DR JONAS SALK Salk May Get New National Award Friday Bj the United Preii President Eisenhower Tuesday proposed Dr Jonas Salk as a new national hero for his discovery of the polio vaccine If Eiscnhosver has his way Con gress will rush through legislation which will make it possible for the Chief Executive to confer a new award for distinguished civilian achievement on the scientist doctor next Friday Personal Thinks On Friday at 2 the Chief Executive will receive Salk and Basil OConnor president of the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis to thank them for their contribution to the unending battle against one of the worlds most cruel and crippling diseases Meanwhile reliable sources saidl a Salk vaccine black market had sprung up in Detroit Mich Any one with the right connection could buy a threeshot supply oi the vaccine for a the sources said The mass inoculation of first and second graders with the polio killer was proceeding without a hitch in many states and cities The blitz attack on the disease got under way Monday and first Los Vegas Editor Acquitted of Inciting McCarthy Slaying LAS VEGAS Nev Hank Greenspun BrookJynborn pub lisher with a touch of Western maverick in his editorial make up Tuesday was free of a federal charge of mailing matter tending to incite the murder of Sen Jo seph McCarthy A jury of six men and six women acquitted the 45yearold publisher and columnist of the Las Vegas Sun Monday night after 2 hours 45 minutes delibera tion Jury Foreman Gail Andres said there was never any doubt in our minds that Greenspuns fiery column posed no threat to McCarthys life The jurors how ever had to wade through a long list of technical instructions Greenspun stormy petrel of Nevada journalism hailed the verdict as an affirmation of free dom of the press Said the publisher Monday night This proves the people of Nevada will not tolerate any at tempted curbs on their sacred rights of freedom of the press and freedom of The verdict closed a fiveday trial The jury obviously was convinced by the closing two hour speech of Edward P Mor gan Washington main spring of Greenspuns fourman legal staff Morgan used Greenspuns words from the indicted column of Jan 8 1954 plus many of his own to lambaste McCarthy and McCarthyism Hank was out there calling this monster what he is long be fore it was popular to do Morgan said The attorney repeated Green spuns printed description of Mc Carthy as a disreputable per vert and said the publisher had evidence to back it up Morgan declared in his court statement that Ernest Heming way in an article in Look Maga zine last year had suggested that the best thing for Joe probably was a highpowered bullet through the but that no legal action had been taken against the author Both Morgan and Disk Atty Madison B Graves referred to the Bible in interpreting the start of the harsher section of the column Live by the sword and you die by the sword 1 From there it went on Destroy people and they in turn must destroy you The chances are that McCarthy will eventually be laid to rest at the hands of some poor innocent slob whose reputation and life he has destroyed through his welles tablished smear technique The poor victim will feel he has little left to live for so hell Produce Revenue for State Amendment to Tax Bill DES MOINES county op tian liquor by the drink amend ment to the Housepassed omni bus income tax bill which its backers said would produce from 10 to 20 million dollars additional state revenue was offered to the Senate Tuesday Sen Lucas RMadrid at once raised the question of whether the amendment belonged with the in come tax measure Lt Gov Leo Elthon declared he was in doubt as to how to rule He submitted the question of germaneness to the Senate for a vole Tax Rate The income tax bill in question was threshed out by the House in Really Im against Joe died at a hospital here atjseveral days of debate It would ting his head blown off not am Tuesday He had beenjraise the individual income tax cause I do not believe in capital jailing for about two years but rate to 80 per cent instead of the punishment or because he does jdeath came suddenly following ajprescnt 75 per cent not have it coming but I would stroke which he suffered Monday It is estimated the measure as FRANK H SENNEFF F H Senneff Attorney Dies at 65 BRITTFrank H Senneff 65 senior member of the law firm of get a gun and blast Joe to hades j Senneff Buck for the past nine AP WirephotO MR AND MRS GREENSPUN hate to see some simpleton get the chair for such a public serv ice as getting rid of Heavy Property Damage in East Iowa From Wind and Rain Storm night passed by the House would pro The body is at the Osman million dollars neral Home where rites were pend ing Born in Illinois Mr Senneff was born in Carroll year in state revenue Sen Dailey speaking for the liquor amend ment said he thought it was ger MAQUOKETA ijfi A stormjdamaged four farms in Jackson County Illinois Jan son of mane since the principal purpose j Mr and Mrs Joel P Senneff to provide funds for the was graduated from the Chadwick Daily estimated the liquor pro High School and at Valparaiso posal would raise about 10 million University Valparaiso and took graduate work dollars a year The amendment provides that Commission The Senate rejected china and Chou said Hoeghs nomination The whole af fair caused considerable bitterness Pirttimt Director The Legislative Research Bureau bill provides for a parttime direc tor to be appointed by the governor The post would carry a an nual salary In the House there have been in dications that the bill may not get out of committee Hoegh himself told his news con ference last week that he thinks so highly of Lundys ability that he wishes it were possible to ap point him to both jobs House Passes Two School Aid Bills DES MOINES Wl The House indicated Tuesday by its passage of two of four bills to provide state aid to schools that it intends to set the figure at This would fall far short of the goal set by educators for the state to supply 25 per cent of the schools operating costs However the compares with the stale is making available an nually to public schools now Philippines and other neighboringjinoculations scheduled in countries cannot be improved China is ready to establish nor mal relations with other Asian and African countries on the basis of strict adherence to these principles and is willing to promote the nor malization of relations between SAME DATE 195415 many other areas Tuesday Bitter Complaints But some officials issued bitter complaints against the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis distribution policy There were also calls for multimilliondollar state purchases of the vaccine so that more children could receive protection before the polio season starts In Oakland meanwhile officials were in an uproar over the delay of vaccine distribution The uproar arose after Salk vac cine shipments intended for Oak land were sidetracked for Los An geles where the polio sea son starts earlier This was in line which many thought was a twister bounced across eastern Iowa and western Illinois Monday night No one was injured but consider able property damage was re ported It was accompanied by wind that County Iowa and produced some wreckage The four farms Mt in Iowa were in an area about 12 miles north of Maquoketa The Illinois section was east of there Here are some of the results of the storm all near LaMotte On July 9 1923 he was married jany establishment selling liquor Martha Lee Minor at Kansaiiby the drink would have to buy in Jackson County t Dead chickens were strewn MoHe came to Britt from the Cornelius Brady farm to and made s i f 1 VIQTO Via PILGRIMAGE SET 50 lowans to Be Among Women at National Conclave 50 lowans will be among the attending a threeday Republican Womens National Conference in Washington May 9 10 and 11 according to announcement here Tuesday by Enid Robinson vice chairman of the Iowa Republican Central Committee Thirtytwo of the Iowa delegation will make the trip to the N stripped of their feathers home here since where he estab Eight head of cattle perished a statewide reputation as an when a barn collapsed on the JoejattorDey Schoemacher farm the liquor from the State Liquor Control Commission It also pro vides for a S20 permit fee a gen eral city or county license fee of which would go to the state and a sales lax on each Bar Associations Mr Senneff was a member ofjdrink Tax Imposed J think we should come down off the cloud and find out whats i Survivors include his Wife andLnncr nn in Tmva Dailpv said ofill tfTinrr in trot Ua JLH JJAtlcy AaJU sim was irwns to sei ATTC hnae hoot r TTo daugHtcra Airs Dale 1S no reason why the liquor his hogs back m order Miss Patricia be meta The Earl Felderman farm reneff Britt and Mrs and revenue couected for Car Blown Away ithe American and Iowa Bar Asso Tony Entringer was blown abouticiations and of Euchre and 55 feet after coming out of a club at Mason City His car was blown into a hog lotJ ported damage to buildings Des Moines two grandsons twojthe In Iowa the storm hit just east sisters Mice Fitch clinton andj Sen Schroeder of roared on into Illinois and Wiscon sin It blew east across Highwrav McGint Thomson also supporting the liquor amend brothers John Senment estimated it would raise 10 lMrs m and neff AIason city attorney Ray Capitol by Trailways bus on what is being called a Republican Womj 61 in Iowa and then into the lHSeimeff waukon and Orville Sen DaUaSf Tex The wind ripped across Illinois I ens The itinerary planned by Mrs Robinson V and and Vreckodi Roland Woman Pinned wet three davs in the scenic Williamshnr VP prP3 to 2 and and wrecked rvuiuim TTUIMUM i MIIICU three days in the scenic Williamsburg area and a visit to the Abraham Lincoln country of Kentucky Indiana and Illinois Republican leaders in Congress Sen William F Knowland and Rep Joseph W Martin will address the women in Washingtonv A 11 i D1IS every building on the Cecil Imel farm where it lifted the house off its foundation and smashed it to CALLED GIVEAWAY May 11 at a breakfast meeting in Hotel Mayflower Miss Bertha WASHINGTON H R Jross RIowa said Monday Pres ident Eisenhowers creation of a with the foundations policy of givnew foreign aid agency is a new ing Southern areas first priority foreign giveaway IN MASON CITY S Adkins assistant to Chairman Mr and Mrs Imel and their 20 by Automobile Dies ROLAND will be to 20 million dollars a year Heres a chance to raise reve nue from something that is al Iready being Schroeder said and dry question was settled long ago The states al ready in the liquor business and there is no reason why we shouldnt raise revenue from that Leonard Hall of the national corn T1i J t UAU held Wednesday for Mrs John who want liquor by the Stole 55 who was injured fatallyjdrink are wimn Q pay yonr taxej yearold daughter huddled on the Saturday in a freak auto accidentifor you better deal do you stairs and escaped injury fain is iii ui Kenneth i seven members Baby Sitters New Ruling Class in U S By BILL WEBB There are nearly teen age girls in Mason City Thats a wealth of potential baby sitters The baby of the family may be the prince of wails but the baby sitter is the new ruling class Without baby sitters the social life of the United Slates would come to a sudden agoniz ing halt Womens clubs would fold and night clubs movies and restaur The House speedily passed twoj ants too Except for TV the fam ily would be forced into an 1890 of the aid bills Sent to the Senate 990 was a bill to furnish 3i million dollars a year in school bus aid This is a half million more than provided now The governor urged four million a year but an amend ment to set such a figure lost 6334 House Committee Kills Bricker Bill DES MOINES UP The House Constitutional Amendments Com mittee unanimously killed a resolu tion endorsing the controversial Bricker Amendment to the U S Constitution Monday The Senate had passed the resolution Son D C Nolan IMowa social structure mother dad and the kids would have to find amusement at home Worst of All And worst of all the financial structure of the would tot ter The cash reserves which baby sitters have accumulated constitute the biggest source of emergency family financing in the country today The piggy bank is no more Pop floats a highinterest loan The Iowa Employment Security Agency has the names of several good sitters on file who are avail able for employment The agency during the youth employment service campaign last year pro cured positions for a great num ber of sitters Check the Premises So you want a baby sitter First check the premises Do you have TV a record player with a good supply of the latest disks plenty of room to dance and a refrigerator full of Arc your children dirty or just blurred Sometimes its hard to stop them long enough to tell which Your children and home should be spotless or your sit ters comments may initiate un complimentary neighborhood gos sip Are your children inquisitive As one little girl asked How can I button my dress when the button is in the back and IM in the front Your children should net officials of several independent agencies and key women appoint ees by the Eisenhower Administra tion The Nixon address will key note a banquet on May 10 presided over by Ivy Baker Priest U S Treasurer in the Stole farmyard Mrs than was pinned between the car andj The House meamvhflc agreed said he saw hog houses flyingthe corn crib when she the senate to ffive most through the air j attempted to get out of the autojcounty officers aeross Bthe board This would not be surprising she started it when it wasjsajary jncreases Of a vear any Entringer on the Iowa farm in reverse gear But it sent the measure back tne caoiEntringer said his hoghouse was ments Other features include an ad dress by Vice President RichardjTony Entringer on the Iowa reverse gear overturned and that he lost some of his hogs Keosauqua Miss Christine Watz Perry Miss Grace West Mt Ver Ovcta Culp Hobby will be one of est Hlgh ovcr the weekendper cent of the bosses salary as is the cabinet members on the JIrsC CharlesOfficers started an case with officials er list Others will be Secretaries iClty Monday Dulles Wilson McKay Benson and Mitchell ready to go shopping for a baby sitter The age of the sitter is im portant only when considered with her experience A young person who has helped raise brothers and sisters may do bet ter than an older one lacking firsthand experience The young er one may be wise to all the latest fiendish tricks As long as she is going to be young she might just as well be pretty Then when you come in iat which Senators and itH ti t 1 M i i vrt K ullQ the tan for a nightcap resen atues be honored willbockcr Fairfaswill make thcjr Taken in School Breakin at Ossian OSSIAN on Principal John French reported that about j non Mrs Clarence Hawkes Forwas taken during a breakin at Os to the Senate for concurrence in secondary amendments The bill passed 959 Same Increase The amendments would give county probation officers the same salary increase their deputies 80 The Opening Day conference will conclude with a luncheon May 11 at which Howard Pylc special assistant to the President and former Governor Mrs Clifford Hayes Coon Rap ids Mrs Erie Taylor Milford Fay Corbin Grant Mrs Herb Hauser Waterloo Mrs T Henry Foster Ottumwa Phyllis Jaeger Ottum wa of Arizona wl speak State Other Conveyance Dickey About The Weather Pack land boost county jury commission ers from to SlO a day for days worked The S400year increase would go auditors attorneys treasurers recorders clerks sheriffs and members of boards of supervisors who serve full time Supervisors who serve part time would be paid isil instead of SlO for days worked therell be plenty of volunteers among the husbands to drive her home Must Havt Stamina Be sure your sitter has stam ina is not subject to dizzy or fainting spells sees and hears reasonably well and is mentally alert enough to cope with emer gencies And if you happen to get the aged type make sure that the battery on her hearing aid is charged up to last the evening from his wealthy baby sitting not ask this type of routine qucs Learn if the sitter has had Red teenage daughter In Mason City the average sit ter gets from 35 to 50 cents an hour during the dnytimc and from 50 to 00 cents an hour at sponsor of the resolution siiid the nisht For this she also may House committee might not have1 wash thp dishes do a little dusl fully understood what the resolu tion called ing ind sweep the rugs Straight sitting usually pays less tion or any questions for that matter but should play quietly and not disturb the silter Its better that they suffer from po liteness an oldfashioned word for backwardness You Are Ready If your home conies up to standards then you ara Cross first aid training If not you should find out how well she knows the fundamentals of com monsense first aid This note of caution works both ways There are a lot of aggres sivetype children who nake it important for the sitter to know aid for her own safety loo be held on the opening day May 9 U Washington by other con Those in the bus party headed vevance Mrs Paul Cunningham Fred Schwengcl Mrs by Mrs Robinson and escorted by Van Duling head of the Lincoln Tour Travel Agency of Mason City include the following Mrs Anna Lomas Red Oak Iowas National CommiUeewoman Mrs Floyd Edginglon Sheffield Norma Kammeier Sheffield Phoe be Froning Sheffield Mrs Ray Jewell Sheffield Mrs Ambie Barnes Sheffield Mrs E T Han nah Hanscll Mrs Bert Sampson Clarion Anna Putney Gladbrook Miss Pearl Bornsmoicr Glad brook Mrs Frank Wahrman DCS Moines Mrs Wornor Humboldt Beulah Humboldt Mrs J K Coddington Humboldt Mrs George Larkin Dubuquc Mrs L D Stanley Dubuquc Mabel the womens viewpoint j lowans already in Washington who will participate in the confer ence include Mrs Tom Martin Mrs H R Gross Mrs James Dol liver Mrs Charles Hoeven Mrs Dan OBrien Virginia Gillilland Gertrude Gro man Katherine Macy Wilson Amy Bradley Mrs Albert Robertson Mrs Marvin McClain and Dorothy Houghton Mrs Robinson flew to Washing ton Tuesday forenoon to sit in on a breakfast to be Riven later this week by President Eisenhower for women active in party or in gov ernment work It will be one of series of such e signed to acquaint the President Mason City Occasional rain Iowa Showers windy FiveDay Iowa Temperatures Members of the Polk County Tuesday night through SundayBoard of Supervisors would get are expected to average aroundjsalary raises of S800 a year each 5 degrees above normal Nor mal highs 60 north to 64 south Normal lows 37 north to 41 south Cooler Wednesday Warming trend beginning about Friday Showers and thunder Wednesday and again over the weekend with rainfall totaling around one inch Minnesota Showers cool Creston Man Perishes in Auto Accident GREENFIELD R Am brose 76 Creston was injured fa tally late Monday when his car plunged off a county road and landed in a ditch six miles south west of here He died several Globe Gazette iatcr jn a hospital here weather data up to y8 Tues Maximum 81 Minimum 51 DES MOINES Newsmen covering the 1955 Iowa At 8 52 Monday named Sen Alan Vest R Irecip Trace jsac City and Hep Russell A Pat YKAR AGO jrick RHa warden the ouUtand Maximurn 67 ing legislators of the current Minimum 41 sioiu