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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 14, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                Nortfc Daily Ntwspoptr MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE NIWSrAPIt THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH 10 WANS HOME EDITION MASON CITY IOWA TUISOAY JUNI 14 IMS Pqwr CoMbU at m Senate Sifters Clash Over Mrs Hobby DEMOS IN FEUD Butler in Peace Visit to Texas DALLAS Tex old Democratic party feud blazed high wide and angry Tuesday as Democratic Na tional Chairman Paul M Butler started his sixday Texas peace Butler tried to calm the snarling party members Monday night after arrival from Portland Ore He said he would meet Gov Shivers or any other state official in any of the Texas cities on his tour Earlier Shivers said Butlers re jection of a luncheon invitation for Austin June 20 was regrettable for the future of the Democratic Shivers in 1952 led the party machinery in its votes the Dwight D Eisenhower camp Texas went Republican for the second time since the Civil Strike ins in Argentina BUENOS AIRES Argentina President Juan Perons massive labor following Tuesday rallied for a ninehour nationwide strike to demonstrate their loyalty to their leader in his feud with the Roman Catholic Church Peron appealed to the people to be calm alert and vigilant In the wake of a threeday wave of clashes and demonstrations Attacking the clergy as a wolf In sheeps he threatened in a nationwide broadcast Monday night to crack down with all his might on future outbreaks Ntw Fighting Shortly before he spoke fresh fighting erupted in the Plaza de Mayo in downtown Buenos Aires Church support ers hurled back crowd of Per on adher e nt i who charged the Metropoli t a n Cathedral and the adjoin ing Archbjah ops Palace in aa effort to mount an Ar gentine flag on PERON the palace The Peronistas shouted Peron yes Priests no as they rushed the building There were no reports of any Injuries Twentynine injured Sunday in rioting around the cathedral Some 470 persons were arrested over the weekend most of them Catholic faithful who took refuge in the Episcopal Palace when the rioting broke out The aationwide strike demonstra tion was called by the General Confederation of Labor whose six million members con stitute one of the strongest pillars of the Peronista movement It was welded together by Peron and his wife Eva during the last years of her life The CGT called for the stop page of all but a few activities in the country between 3 and midnight Workers will gatherfor mass rallies here and elsewhere over the land Sympathy Transportation and newspaper workers planned a 15minute sym pathy strike in the late afternoon By decree the government Tues day stripped two Roman Catholic bishops of their official positions in the Buenos Aires diocese This is a right the government claimed under the agreement making Cath olicism the official religion in this country The government accused the Rt Rev Manuel Tato and the Rt Rev Ramon Novoa of instigating dis orders last weekend The Vatican newspaper LOsser Tatore Romano said Monday Ar gentine Roman Catholics are in the position of accused persons who have no possibility of defending themselves even from the most odious War And Texas Democrats have been divided sharply since Both Sidts Shivers Monday night accused the Texas Democratic Advisory Council sponsoring Butlers trip of trying to keep the national chairman from hearing both sides of the party fuss Shivers State Democratic Chairman George Sandlin and Mrs Hilda Weinert Texas national committeewoman already had said they would at tend none of the Butler meetings Butler said at a press conference he already had talked twice with Shivers concerning the party split once at the Democratic governors conference in Washington and the next day at a breakfast honoring Speaker Sam Rayburn Of the June 20 luncheon he said It was impossible for me to accept due to a twoweekold schedule However I will be happy if the governor comes to any of our meetings in Butler em phasized The 10city tour begins Tuesday in Lubbock is in Dallas Wednesday and ends Saturday in Uvalde Staying Away Mrs Weinert said she was stay ing away from the cause of the way Chairman James Sewell of the advisory council had handled invitations It was she whom Speaker Rayburn had asked to help Sewell with the Butter tour Sewell apologized after Mrs Weinert called him ungallant and rude and Butler said he intended to see her while in Texas Shes an old he said To Sandlins statement that the trip was sponsored by the anti Shivers Democratic advisory coun Butler said he didnt think that the council was antiShivers and that he would have come to Texas at the invitation of Sandlin and the proShivers State Demo cratic Executive Committee had they invited him Vinton Farmer Is CarTruck Victim VINTON Wiese 60 Vinton farmer was killed Monday eight in a cartruck collision on Highway 218 six miles south of Vinton Highway Patrolman Lloyd Pat terson said Wieses pickup truck was struck broadside by a car driven by John Lucas 23 Abing don 111 Lucas was taken to a Vinton hospital Patterson said Wiese had his truck at the intersec tion and when he pulled across the highway Lucas car came over the crest of a hill and collided with the pickup PAUL M BUTLER Sports Bulletins ELDORA OrVShiron Fladoos 12ytirold Dubuqut girl who gnbtod medalist honors Mon day htld a 4up lead ovtr htr first round opponent Marlys Klug Mason City afttr nint holts at match btgin Tuts day in tht Junior Girls Golf tourney DES MOINES Fan tanini Dis Moints vtttran shot 49 Tutsdty for a 147 total and tht early laid in M holt Trans Missis sippi qualifying ttst Scorts of othtr lowant includtd John City Bruct Osmundson Lakt Mills M74U2 Frtd Btl mond 7t7tlSZ AP Wlrtphoto TOP LEVEL diplomat V K Menon right sits down at a White House conference table with President Eisenhower and Secretary of State Dulles Menon told the two of his recent peacemaking mission to Red China MENON TELLS IKE DULLES Door to Red China Opened WASHINGTON Diplo mat V K Krishna Menon Tuesday said after a conference with Presi dent Eisenhower that he thought the release of some airmen by Red China had opened the door to the possibility of freedom for others held there Krishna Menon met with Eisen hower for 45 minutes White House Press Secretary James Hagerty announced that at Motorcycle Cop Hero in New York Street Battle NEW YbRK quicktriggered policeman Tuesday shot to death a payroll bandit in a wild gun battle on a crowded downtown street A payroll was recovered At least two others persons were shot in the fun battle which sent pedestrians scurrying to coyer forcing passing autoists to the floors of their cars One was an heroic elevator man shot in the groin by the fleeing ban dit as he ran to the aid of the 19 yearold woman messenger from whom the payroll was snatched Diana Panzer a clerk for the Lincoln Letter Service had just entered the fivestory Com mercial building on Broadway with the payroll in a brown paper bagwhen one of the bandits grabbed her While she struggled with her captor the elevator man Joseph Sottolana 43 ran to her aid The bandit drew Ms gun shot Sottolana and fled with the bag Motorcycle patrolmen Aurelio de Flippi heard the shot and saw the thieves race from the building He dropped his motorcycle and gave chase on foot More than a block away the gun carrying bandit still clutching the payroll turned to fire at De Flippi The patrolman felled him with a shot in the temple A companion ducked behind a parked station wagon As its two occupants cowered on the floor the officer and the sec ond bandit shot it out across and through the automobile The payroll was rocovered from the body of the dead holdup man police House Group OKs Pay Raise for Civil Service WASHINGTON W An across theboard pay increase of 7V4 per cent for the governments million civil service workers was ap proved Tuesday by the House Civil Service Committee The committee action came after a proposed 8 per cent pay raise was turned down by what members reported was a tie vote The 7tt per cent increase ap proved by a 164 vote still faces a fight on the floor of the House where Rep Moss DCalif served notice an attempt will be made to boost it to 8 per cent fig ure The committee still must work out additional provisions including a retroactivity date and extension of the raise to employes of the legislative and judicial branches They will be decided Wednesday Congress previously had voted postal workers an average 8 per cent pay boost retroactive to March 1 BAKERY FIRE SPENCER was estimated at in a fire that damaged Carrolls Bakery Mon day BacktoWork Trend Seen 87 AiMOlmUd Tnn Picket lines and walkouts more kept than 30 General Motors Corp plants closed Tuesday but there were indications a backto work movement was gaining mo mentum Some dissatisfaction with the na tional agreement reached Monday by GM and the CIO United Auto Workers Union was reported among the employes the company estimated are still idle as a result of strikes and result ing parts shortages But the walkouts were said to stem mostly from discontent over local grievances The number of Idle mounted through the day Monday but ap peared to recede as afternoon shift workers spurred by UAW international orders to go back to work trooped into plants when day shift picket lines were with drawn GM has 119 plants across the country the Presidents suggestion the In dian diplomat would meet later Tuesday with Secretary of State Dulles He also said that Menon would probably see the President again Before he leaves the country in July Krishna Menon would not dis cuss any specific subject he had talked about with Eisenhower and Dulles during the meeting in the Presidents office He was asked whether apart from Ms report to the President he could the possibility of release of 1 American airmen acknowledged by Red China to be imprisoned there Four fliers were released about two weeks ago after Krishna Menon iiad visited Peiping In reply to the question the In dian envoy said Well apart from my meetinj with the President I have said before in India that the release of the four fliers opened the He said both countries can make some contribution toward easing tensions You are concerned about your nationals the diplomat told reporters and they are concerned about their nationals His comment which he did nol amplify fitted in with reports that urged Eisenhower to make concil iatory gestures toward Red China One suggestion along that line has been the return of Chinese now in this country to their Com munistruled homeland The difficulty with this sugges tion officials say is that al the Chinese students who wish to go home have been cleared to do so and no one knows of any other Chinese in the United States who want to submit to Communist gov ernment POLIO TOTAL DES MOINES UP Four mofe cases of polio were reported in Iowa last in Sac bring the total for the year to 46 compared with 36 for the same period last year the Iowa Health Department said SAME DATE1954250 U fait tt kmri Rail Strike in England Is Settled LONDON govern ment and union negotiators Tuesday settled the nations costly 17dayold railroad strike The agreement will start trains moving soon but officials said it will require days to re store railroad system to normal because of mountainous backlogs of freight The settlement ending the dis astrous transport chaos was ne gotiated between the British Transport Commission which operates the nationalized rail ways and union representatives Government and industrial leaders said it will be months before the full economic loss from the strike can be com puted The strike forced many of Britains key industrial plants to close and put nearly one million men on to the nations unem ployment rolls With the announcement that the long dispute over wage dif ferentials had been settled there was tired jubilation in the ranks of the striking mem bers of the Associated Society of Locomotive Engineers and Fire men the settlement assures the striking engineers and firemen that their demands for wage in creases will be considered Hoegh Wants New Efficiency Hoegh called state officials and department heads into conference Tuesday and told them he woul like to see fewer state workers but letter pay for those who deserve it Hoegh said he wants new effici ency and economy in state govern ment He said he believes state departments can cut their spend ing by 10 per cent if they will re duce personnel and become more efficient The governor said he doesnt necessarily advocate firing any one But he explained that when here are retirements or resigna ions department heads should con sider carefully before they decide to fill the vacancy Arthur T Wallace state person nel director estimated there are now about fulltime and part time employes Vaccine Program Debated Free Serum Is Argued WASHINGTON tB Democrats nd Republicans clashed at a Sen te Labor Committee hearing Tuesday on whether the commit ee had any right to ask Secretary f Welfare Hobby about the safety f the Salk polio vaccine Mrs Hobby went before the com mittee to oppose a Democratic ponsored plan for community vide programs of free vaccination or all children wanting it She styled the proposal spon ored by Sen Hill of Alabama an all or nothing program which would prevent any flexibility by tates in administering free vac cine supplied by the federal gov ernment 35 Million Mrs Hobby at the same time lisclosed that the Eisenhower ad ministration has ticketed 35 mil lions previously asked for its own rogram of free vaccine limited o needy children The Hill meas ure Mrs Hobby estimated woulc cost an estimated 135 million dol ars At the outset of a twoday hear ng on the conflicting proposals Hill said the committee wants an answer from Mrs Hobby on how safe the Salk antipolio vaccine i today He said the committee als wants to learn whether it i sound public policy to continu with the mass inoculation program Traffic Accidents in State Caused Mi 1 ion Loss DES MOINES UP The Iowa Safety Department said Monday in the state million dollars xaffic accidents caused almost worth of property damage in the irst four months of 1955 The department put the cost of personal injuries in the same eriod at a little over 3 million dollars Accidents in Iowa in the first our months of this year totaled up from the same period last year Comparitive igures showed property damage ncreased and personal injuries jumped partment said the de AP Wlrephoto SUBMARINES cars made it and some didnt as a tidal wave of water from the mountains swept into Las Vegas Monday night Hundreds of homes were flooded after a weekend downpour at toil time Sen Bender ROhio limned ately objected He said the com mittee had agreed to confine it learing to the two freevaccin proposals Sen Allott RColo agreed tell ng Hill his questions change en tirely the purposes of this meet Discussed But Hill persisted Surely he old his Republican colleagues the committee would not want to ap rove a free vaccine program un ess it is certain the vaccine is safe He said the questions could e answered later in the hearing lowever The secretary confined her re marks in a prepared statement to t discussion of the bills proposing ederal aid She did not discuss he general vaccine situation Mrs Hobby told the committee he administration favors the in crease to 35 million to allow an ample margin of authorization to cover all sums that might possi ly be required to carry out the rogram it proposes limited to those who cannot pay She said it would cover about children or about 22 per cent of those not vaccinated in the current program plus expectant mothers Rtstrict Aid Mrs Hobby said the Hill bill would restrict federal aid to those areas or groups covered by communitywide free vaccination On the other hand she con tinued grants under the bill the administration is backing are de signed to supplement state local and private funds available for the purchase of vaccine for children in the priority She said the measure would provide aid on a statewide basis on assurance that all would be provided a reasonable opportunity to be West Germans May See Russians at Geneva BONN Germany German Foreign Minister Heinrich von Brentano Tuesday said a Ger man delegation of observers to the Geneva four power conference may meet Russian leaders there next month Brentano told a news conference he would be prepared to talk to Soviet officials at Geneva to pre pare a meeting between Chancel lor Konrad Adenauer and Soviet Premier Nikolai Bulganin situation would warrant such a EL CENTRO SHOOK EL CENTRO Calif An earthquake shook this southern California community of briefly early Tuesday CAUSED DEATHThis little ra coon is cute but he caused a Montreal Canada man to lose his life Monday The coon climbed up a power pole in downtown Montreal and made faces like this at wouldbe rescuers One of the men however came In con tact with high tension wires and was electrocuted Death Penalty for Triplett Is Demanded LE MARS UfKThe prosecution will ask the death penalty for Er nest J Triplett 54 on trial lor murder in the abductionslaying of Jimmy Bremmer 8yearold Sioux City boy County Attorney WMani and Special Prosecutor Robert Beebe disclosed their intentions shortly before dosing the case with two repeat witnesses The two witnesses who took the stand for the second time were Jet Chief Harry Gibbons and Det Lt William A Dennison Both officers testified further concerning a tape recording of aa alleged confession by Triplett at the State Mental Health Institute at Cherokee The tape recording was played iack at Mondays trial session Dver the objections of Defense At orney T O Tacy Tacy argued that the defendant had been har assed and that the recording was inadmissible as evidence After the court heard the record ing Monday the jurors were taken by chartered bus to the various which figured in the dis ippearance and finding of the body if the Sioux City boy Lanzas Cause Damage to Dwelling SANTA MONICA J Uario Lanza by court order will lave to pay for dam ges to a Beverly Hills tome which he leased for months for himself and his Superior Court awarded that mount to Mr and Mrs Norman aiser Monday the Mrs Kaiser said at the end of he lease she found er home and grounds a shambles f dirt filth arid ion The Weather Mason City Pleasant lpwt Clear mild Fivtday Iowa wiU average near normal from Tuesday night through Sunday lormal highs 8184 normal lows i862 warm Wednesday and Thursday becoming little cooler y the weekend Precipitation will verage 25 to 75 inch as a few cattered showers Wednesday night or Thursday and showers ver the weekend Minntsott warmer Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 Mon day Maximum 74 Minimum 47 At 8 70 Prec Traco YEAR AGO Maximum M Minimum 61 SUNNY   

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