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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 12, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                North lewoi Doily Newspoper lor to Hon MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE H I KIWSFAPIt THAT MAKIS ALL NOITH IOWANS N I I G H I 0 t S HOME EDITION VOL LXI Praw Mtd United PrcuVull CeaU MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY MAY 11 19SS Cowtete tt I Salk Vaccine Shipment Set Momentarily Tram Our Wire Servlcei public Health Service expects t release the first batch of embargoed Salk vaccine late Thurs day and resume the nations polio vaccination program afte a sixday halt Informed sources said they expect a favorable report before nigh fall from a team of federal experts who have been checking vaccin produced by Parke Davis and Detroit Barring a lastminute bitch th health service hopes to notify all health authorities late Thursda that several batches of Park Davis vaccine have been double checked and are approved for im mediate use in inoculations Informants said the batches to be cleared probably represent sev eral hundred thousand doses of the vaccine These doses already ar In the hands of the National Foun dation for Infantile Paralysis local health officials and private physicians Could Resumt Friday This means that inoculations in some areas could resume Friday Michigan of course refused to halt its immunization program on the grounds it had complete con fidence in its vaccine mostly Parke Davis The vaccine expected to be cleared Thursday was approved b the Public Health Service some time ago But Dr Leonard A Scheele surgeon general or dered a recheck Saturday of al vaccine stocks after more than 50 cases of polio had developed among vaccinated children The officiallj reported number is now 62 While the recheck was in prog ress he strongly recommendec that all inoculations be halted anc the immunization project grounc Virtually to a halt A team of health service experts headed by Dr William G Work man made a detailed study of Parke Davis vaccine records here and then went to Detroit Wednes day to conduct an onthespot check of the firms and testing methods Stvtral Batches Informed sources said the ex perts will be at Parke Davis a few more days but they are expected to complete their recheck on sev eral batches Thursday Meantime amove was gaining momentum in Congress to give President Eisenhower sweeping standby powers to clamp controls over distribution and prices of the vaccine Rep Wolcott RMich said the proposal seems to be a happy compromise between con tradictory demands for only vol untary guides and for drastic compulsory and immediate con trols He said he thought standby pow ers should be satisfactory to the Eisenhower administration which has opposed federal controls so far Maxwell Farm Woman Succumbs to Burns DES MOINES Clint Harrison 45 Maxwell farm wife died at a hospital here Wednes day of burns she received in an explosion and fire in a chick brooder house Her daughter Mrs Francis Thompson with whom she made her home said Mrs Harrison was spraying the brooder with an in flammable solution which was ig nited in some manner Russ Give In on Pact for Austria VIENNA Austria UP Th Soviet Union Thursday agreed t sign an Austrian state treaty on Western terms in one of the big gest breaks of the long cold war The EastWest agreement paved the way for the Big Four foreign ministers to meet in Vienna thi weekend to sign the treaty and arrange a later conference of the Big Four heads of government U S Ambassador Llewellyn E Thompson head of the American treaty delegation told newsmen a the end of todays crucial session The treaty will be signed Sun Settle Article 35 He said a joint fivepower com munique would be issued later to day on the successful outcome o he parley The sudden break in the treaty negotiations came after 11 days o deadlock over the terms of Article 35 of the 59article document Arti cle 35 governs Austrias debts to the Soviet Union The dispute involved Austrian oil properties whic the Russians took over as wa reparations The Soviets promisee Austria last month that these prop erties would be returned This wa a sensational concession but unti Thursday Russia had refused write it into the treaty The West insisted and won its point that the agreement be pu into the treaty The deadlock had threatened to break up the conference Th United States had served an ulti matum on the Soviet Union to agree upon a completed draf treaty Thursday or call off Sun days foreign ministers session a which the treaty was to be signed Dulles Might Attend Secretary of State John Foster Dulles had announced in Parii that he would fly home instead of to Vienna if the Soviets con inued to block agreement on the one remaining key article of the treaty But draft when the Soviets backed own and agreed to the Wests de mands the Western Big Three for sign minitser headed for Vienna British Foreign Secretary Harold MacMUlan and French Foreign Minister Antoine Pinay made def nite plans to fly here Friday An American spokesman said it is ikely that Dulles would come lere at the same time It had been announced previous y that Soviet Foreign Minister V I Molotov would fly to Vienna rom Warsaw Saturday That night le will play host at dinner to the ther foreign ministers News in Brief PACE COURTSMARTIAL NEW YORK U5VTwo American soldiers must face courtsmartial for alleged proCommunist activities while Korean War captives One is involved in an unprecedented murder charge The two are Sgt James C Gallagher 23 Brooklyn and Cpl Harold M Dunn 26 Baldwinsville N Y VETO EXPECTED WASHINGTON quick presidential veto perhaps by Monday reportedly awaits a bill to raise postal workers pay per cent Sen Carlson RKan said he is certain the Senate will sustain the veto if it comes The Senate passed the compromise measure 6611 late Wednesday and sent it to President Eisenhower The House acted Monday 32866 QUITE MESSY TOO MEMPHIS Tenn UP Shapely Ruth Reynolds 22yearold waitress Thursday promised Judge Beverly Bousche to dress more formally when she enters taverns from now on She was haled into court by Lt J M Agee who said her scanty shorts and halter dis tracted several bar patrons so much that they missed their mouths poured beer all over themselves NEW WAGE SCALE CHICAGO nationwide agreement providing a sliding scale of pay raises for railroad switch foremen and conductors and for brakemen based on the number of freight cars handled by them was disclosed here by the roads and by the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen The Switchmens Union of North America also announced agreement on the scale LIGHT PLANE HITS wreckage of a two passenger Luscombe monoplane lies in a pasture on the Edwin Holt farm 11 miles west of Northwood The all 2 Injured in Crash of Plane By Staff Writer Des Moines men were in a Mason City hospita Thursday one in serious condition as the result of the crash of a ligh plane near here late Wednesda afternoon Joseph C Wright 44 the pilot and William N Nuzum 30 both were reported in serious condition 3ut not critical Both had head in iuriesand multiple fractures Wright underwent a head opera ion immediately after being ad mitted to the hospital and is th more seriously hurt of the two On Hagen Farm Wright was piloting his own Lus combe twopassenger coupe when he took off from an airstrip on the Oilman Hagen farm He taxied southward using only part of the runway and took off just in time to clear lie highlines on the eastwes road according to observers After clearing the wires they aid the pilot tried to make a sharp left turn to miss a clump of rees on the Edwin Holt farm Catchers said the tail of the plane irushed the tree limbs and it then literally fell 40 feet The propeller sheared off a piece f a stump as the plane winged ver and one man was thrown clear Watching from his tractor the adjoining fieldwas Norris Ciroe Before 5 P M Others who watched the takeoff vere Linda and Gary Hagen chil ren of Gilman Hagen Mrs Ed in Holt Mrs John Leverson and Uex Ferely Hagen reported the accident to he Worth County sheriff shortly efore 5 p m The two men were rought to Mason City in the An erson ambulance from Lake Mills Wright salesman for the L G Jalfour dealer in school class ings had spent the afternoon on usiness at Lake Mills High School Sfuzum a grocer apparently had one along just for the PARIS and U S of ficials met Thursday to hammer out a joint statement of policy to vard Indochina which assures Western Big Three backing for Viet Yarns embattled premier Ngo inh Diem The basis is what French Pre mier Edgar Faure called a comj Stanton Farmer Dies Under His Tractor STANTON Rea 60 tanton farmer was killed Wed esday when his tractor apparent went out of control in a field through a fence and on to county road before overturning nto a ditch near here Alvin Ohl uist 69 Stanton riding a planter ehind the tractor was thrown ear About The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy Iowa Showers Minnesota Showers Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 Thurs day Maximum 80 Minimum 44 Al 8 60 YEAR AGO Maximum 67 SHOWERS Minimum 37 metal plane crashed to the ground late Wednesday when it struck the trees while taking off from an air strip on the neighboring Gilman Hagen farm i GlobeGazette photos by Musser CABIN force of the crash smashed the planes undercarriage and pushed the engine back into the cabin One of the two Des Moines men aboard was thrown clear of the wreckage French and Officials Ready Statement of Policy on Indochina plete agreement between himself and U S Secretary of State Dul les reached at a conference on which Britain Foreign Secretary Harold MacMUlan sat in Wednes day night Officials were discreetly silent concerning Bao Dai the pro French chief of state whom many Commies Offer Six Bodies as Evidence of Violations PANMUNJOM Korea Communists Thursday offered the bodies of six Asian soldiers and said they were evidence of an armistice lolation by an Allied patrol The United Nations refused io accept the bodies officials accused the Communists of manufacturing the They said he Korean Reds were trying prove an armistice violation that never occurred The Communists said the six men were killed last week when a patrol tried to cross into North Korea A U said the bodies were so mutilated it was impos ible to determine whether they vere Korean or Chinese The U N also refused to accept Korean produced by the Com munists who said he was the only urviving member of the patrol nd had been captured by the Reds The U N denied a Communist harge that the patrol had been ent into Red territory on a spy mission It refused to accept either the bodies or the captured Ko ean because there is no proof whatsoever that they were United Nations The Communists accused the U N of violating the armistice by ending a patrol of South Koreans nto Red territory The Reds said he six men were killed and one aptured May 7 when the in ruders were ambushed by a lommunist patrol which hurbd grenades into its center Man Trampled to Death by Animal WAPELLO Ceilly 69 was found dead Wednesday night after apparently being trampled by a cow on his farm five miles northeast of here Neighbors found Ceilly who lived alone in his barn with three cows and a calf Authorities said his injuries indicated he had been trampled to death Coroner Victory Stacey said Ceilly had been dead about 24 hours when his body was found LISTEN TO THIS BRONTE Ont UP Alfred Wright 100yearsold Thursday re alled that during his pretty good ife he smoked drank and ussed as much as Protests Attack by Red China Jets WASHINGTON UBT h e United States Wednesday protested that an attack by Red Chinese jet planes on eight Air Force fighters off Korea was unwar ranted and The State Department said Gen Maxwell D Taylor United Na tions commander in Korea was in structed to lodge this strong pro test with the Military Armistice Commission in Korea BODY FOUND COUNCIL BLUFFS body recovered from the Missouri River Wednesday has been identified as that of J Vincent Crowe 67 for mer city assessor of Diems nationalist supporters want to depose but it was learnec he is getting a on his job American sources confirmed Dul les and Faure had reached an ac cord but declined to clarify Bao Dais position in this French and officials draft ing the statement of policy were to submit the text to Dulles and Faure later Thursday for their ap proval Informed sources said it was agreed between Dulles and Faure 1 Bao Dai will keep his title subject to the final decision of a freelyelected Vietnamese national assembly But the Chief of State willremain in France where he has lived for more than a year and presumably will stop trying to influence the Saigon govern ment 2 The United States will encour age Diem to hold speedy national elections for a legislative assem bly The Premier has been re ported eager to set an early date for the voting possibly in July 3 The French and the Ameri cans will urge Diem to broaden his government Diem announced a new government Tuesday which in cludes representatives of the Cao Dai and Hoa Hao religious sects which previously opposed him The Frenchwould like more members friendly to them Jet Trainer Chased by Commie MIGs COPENHAGEN Denmark UP MIGtype jet fight ers Thursday invaded Danish ter ritory and started to intercept a J S Air Force training plane but ailed to open fire The American plane was a lace jet trainer being delivered o Denmarks air force from a U S base in West Germany The craft and its two American occu pants finished the flight safely The Americans whose names were not released immediately old Danish air force authorities hat the MIGtype fighters buzzed their plane over the Danish island of Lolland The island lies 40 miles across the Baltic Sea from Com munist East Germany Brownell Says GOP Ceasing Labor Favors DES MOINES Gen Herbert Brownell said Wednesday night that 20 years of Democratic pampering of labor leaders racketeering is being ended by the Republi can administration He told Iowa Republicans that the administrations war on parasitic labor racketeers is re toring the foundations of Ameri can political system The former GOP national chair man addressed the annual state wide fundraising din ner He said that during the last two Antitrust Suit Filed Against 6 WASHINGTON Justice Department Thursday filed an anti rust suit against six major pub ishing and advertising agency as sociations It charges violations in Jie placing of national advertising n newspapers and magazines Atty Gen Brownell announced lie civil action was filed in the federal District Court in New York City The suit named as defendants American Assn of Advtrtising Agtncits Tht American Newspaper Pub lishers Assn Publishers Assn of New York City Associated Business Publica tions Inc Periodical Publishers Assn of America Agricultural Publishers Assn All of these groups have head quarters in New York City except Agricultural Publishers based a Chicago Conspiracy Charged The complaint charges a con spiracy in restraint of interstat commerce alleging that the vari ous associations had agreed upon uniform practices in connection with the placing of national ad vertising in printed media The suit specifically challenges an alleged agreement that the ad vertising agency commission for placing ads in such media would be a uniform 15 per cent Several leaders in the newspa pers publishing field have deniec any Sherman Act violation ANPA President Richard W Slo cum said Tuesday night the De partment of Justice was refusing to discuss the issues with ANPA of ficials unless the newspaper group agreed in advance to a consent decree Regular Policy Atty Gen Herbert Brownell said in Des Moines Wednesday If in spite of the filing of the suit ANPA and the others want to discuss the case we will be glad to do it Chats our regular The system which the govern ment opposesis based on the prac tice of newspapers and other publi cations of accrediting about 900 ad vertising agencies that have es tablished their responsibility These agencies receive a 15 per cent discount on advertising placed n newspapers and other media on ehalf of a client The agency re tains the 15 per cent SAME DATE1954188 Mtuni U 14 vears the present administration las secured 70 indictments under he antiracketeering and Taft lartley laws as compared to five jy the Democratic administrations n the eight years before 1953 He said the FBI has undertaken nvestigations of possible viola Jon of the two laws and are open ing new cases at the rate of 50 a month Food Example Brownell cited the region around St Louis as a good example of ruthless extortions of business and unions and named Evan Dale as the most powerful racketeer in Southern Illinois and Orrel cie as the Duke of Both men were convicted and sentenced he said The attorney general said Dale aresident of the Southern Illinois District Council of the Hodcar riers and Com m o n Laborers Union at East St Louis was convicted for conspiring and attempting to commit the largest extortion on record in connection with the Joppa BROWNELL federal power plant Brownell Said Soucie a Southern Indiana business agent for the In ternational Union of Operating En gineers was convicted of racke teering Brownell commended low as Sens Hickenlooper and Martin who were present and Gov Leo Efoegh an Eisenhower supporter in 1952 Doom Prophets Hickenlooper who introduced Srownell said it is most interest ing to hear the Democratic proph ets of doom in 1952 alibi for not wanting a high level of prosper No other war ever ended with out bringing on devastating infla ion or deflation The country and he world can thank the Republi can Party for this he said Martin said we have peace and sound economy and the Rus sians respect President Eisen hower They know he is not a namecalling fistshaking piano Hoegh praised the Republicans n the 1955 Legislature saying t h e y fulfilled our platform Nautilus in Another Try at Long Jaunt GROTON Conn atomic lowered submarine Nautilus left here Thursday morning in a sec md try at starting on her first long hakedown cruise She is sched uled to arrive at Puerto Rico on Sunday and then head for the Vir gin Islands The Nautilus returned to her jerth here Wednesday after a team pipe burst when the sub was ff Block Island R I New Texas Mayor in Pledge of Gambling and Prostitution GALVESTON Tex HVThis Is and resort citys mayorelect says ambling and prostitution are here 3 stay and that the boys will e The mayortobe is George Roy Clough 64 He talked freely with eporters Wednesday about his ilans after next Tuesday the day le takes office Clough radio station KLUF wner and operator said he would all a meeting within 30 days of U Calves tons gambling bosses ncluding the Maceo syndicate hiefs because I think they are he cleanest operators in Purpose of the meeting he said vill be to set up a system of sell government for the gamblers I believe its possible to put these fellows on their Clough Ive found most of them they pay their bills a hell of a lot better than some of their Clough called his plans a sort of reform He added that he wants the prostitutes out of the downtown hotels and back in the Reopening of post office street Galvestons almost legendary bawdy house district is on the agenda he said There have been prostitutes since the days of he said He added that Christ tried to stop prostitution but couldnt so why hould I try x   

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