Mason City Globe Gazette, June 24, 1955 : Front Page

Publication: Mason City Globe Gazette June 24, 1955

Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 24, 1955, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited tor Horn MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE H I NEWSPAPEt THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10WANS HOME EDITION VOL LXI AuocUtcd Prcu ud United Pren Full LMM Wirci a MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JUNE 24 Thii Pnwr ConiUti of Two Stop Using Force Dulles Tells Soviets AP Wirephoto SAD Cochran 37 a sawmill worker stands with blackened eye and bowed head in the Atlantic Ga jail after ad mitting he strangled a teenaged girl last week Officers were searching the Stowah River for the girls body He resisted arrest Ike Views the Great Stone Face WITH PRESIDENT EISEN HOWER IN NEW HAMPSHIRE Eisenhower Fri day stood beneath one of Ameri cas ancient Great Stone in New Hampshires White Mountains and solemnly proclaimed that only a strong nation could properly coop erate with other nations in the cause of true world peace Only strength can the President told an audience es timated at persons at Fran conia Notch The ceremony com memorated the 150th anniversary of the discovery of The Old Man of the a huge face like projection of granite atop Can non Mountain Adams Home speaking at Franconia Notch Eisenhower stopped at Lin coln home town of Sherman Adams the assistant to the Presi dent to pay special tribute to the No 2 man in the White House Meantime from staff members came word that Eisenhower laughed uproariously Friday morning when he read the various newspaper interpretations of his teasing remarks Thursday about a possible second term The President started the politi cal speculation at a brief stop late in Concord The hint that he might seek another term came as he spoke before an historic joint ses sion of the New Hampshire Legis lature convened in a tree lined plaza before Concords antique statehouse Form of Jest People often ask me what my ideas are on how long I would like a residence in 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue the White House ad My own thought is they should ask how long it is going to take Governor Adams to finish his series of lectures on New Hamp shire because he doesnt seem to be a third of the way through them The entire development al though it came in the form of a jest was considered surprising especially since Mr Eisenhower had asked reporters not to ques tion him about his political future until next year Deputy Secretary of Defense to Resign in Future WASHINGTON GBDeputy Sec retary of Defense Robert B Ander son plans to resign in the next few and there were in dications that the Eisenhower ad ministration will bring in an out sider to succeed him A brief Pentagon announcement late Thursday said Anderson had informed Secretary of Defense Wil son of his plans to leave the gov eminent No reason was given and Andersons future plans were not disclosed Speculation quickly centered on Reuben B Robertson a Hamil ton Ohio paper company execu tive who had conferred with Wilson a short time before the announce ment was made The Tulsa Tribune said it had learned reliably that Robertson may be chosen Toll Road Appointments Made Day Piper Frick Are Selected Action Asked by Governor DES MOINES UP Gov Leo Hoegh announced Friday his ap pointments to the new Iowa Toll Road Authority They are Frederick J Day 35 Council Bluffs real estate man Willis D Piper 62 Des Moines tax consultant and Ed Frick 63 former Davenport mayor Day and Frick are Republicans and Piper a Democrat The State Highway Commission will designate one of its members after July 1 to serve on the au thority The governor also will be a member completing the mem bership of the authority Stitt Bordtr The fiveman authority will di rect the construction and operation of an Iowa toll road which prob ably cannot be started for a couple of years The act of the 1955 Legislature creating the authority and giving it powers provided that the turn pike could not be constructed until a neighboring state assured a toll road to the Iowa border The best bet in this respect is the state of Illinois It plans to build a turnpike to the Quad Cities The United States Supreme Court Hoegh said has confirmed the le gality of the Illinois Toll Road Au thority However there are separate law suits pending over acquisition of property and the Illinois House has an investigation of its authority under Hoegh said a report on the probe is to be made before the Illinois General Assembly before its sched uled adjournment next week Hoegh said that three points governed his selection of his ap pointees He outlined these as 1 They must be dedicated to a toll road 2 They must have basic hones ty and integrity 3 There must be absolutely no politics in the Much Abuse The governor said he told his appointees that they must be cal lused because they will be subject to abuse and He described the appointees as thoroughly conscientious forth right and He said they were willing to accept the appoint ments at sacrifices to The three will be paid a day and expenses for days worked The terms of the three appointees be gan immediately Days appoint ment is for two years Pipers for four and Fricks for six years After those terms run out all ap pointments will be for terms Four of the five memberships on the Highway Commission wil change on July 1 as a result of appointments by Hoegh It is an ticipated that the new commission will designate Russell Lundy oi Des Moines to serve on the Toll Road Authority He was Hoeghs 1954 campaign manager and one of toe commis sionerstobe AEC REPORT REVEALS No Evidence oi Major Nuclear Test by Russ WASHINGTON Atomic Energy Commission AEC indi cated Friday it has had no evidence of a major nuclear test by Russia in almost two years The AEC thus appeared to contradict Dr Ralph E Lapp a nuclear scientist who says It now can be revealed that the Soviets conducted at least two superbomb tests Restore Peace to Waterloo Dog Kennel Six Perish in Crash on Indiana Highway ROCKVILLE Ind UP An auto travelling 100 miles an hour slammed into a semitrailer truck near here Flames burst from the mangled wreckage turning it into a funeral pyre for six unidentified persons Firemen from three communities waded through the wreckage to put out the blaze The of them children were so en tangled with the wreckage that the auto had to be pulled out from under the truck before they could be removed ST CLAIRSVILLE Ohio Harry Boroff 92 missed this weeks session of the City Council of which he is an active member He was in North Bay mak ing arrangements for a bear hunt this fall This Used Automobile Was MIGHTY OBLIGING SCHUYLKILL HAVEN Pa auto on a used car lot burst into flames Thursday sounded its horn then slipped into gear and obligingly moved under its own power away from other Firemen put out the blaze after being summoned by F H Costen bader who heard the horn blowing Fire Chief Claude Sausser said the blaze apparently caused a short circuit which not only caused the horn to blow but somehow started the engine put the car in gear It moved 25 feet before stopping The car was destroyed Lapp formerly was con nected with the governments atomic bomb development pro gram Writing in the current issue of Life Magazine Lapp said the first of the two tests occurred in April and that Japanese scientists found ividence in fallout samples The second shot Lapp said was in May when nongovernmental sci entists in the United States picked up strong radioactive indications of In response to a question based on Lapps assertion the AEC said The commission has consis tently followed a policy of inform ing the American people of its tests of nuclear weapons and of tests in Soviet territory There has been no change in this The last announcements on So viet tests were made in August 1953 when the AEC confirmed the claim of Russia to have conducted a thermoclear explosion The AEC said on Aug 20 that on Aug 12 a test had been made of material involving both fission and usion hydrogen or thermonuclear reaction Two weeks later the AEC said there had been a fission type explosion in Russia which ap peared to be part of a series of tests It said it would not make separate announcements on each blast in the series Before that Russia had con ducted at least three fission ex plosions Announcements of these were made by the United States government on Sept 23 1949 Oct 3 1951 and Oct 22 1951 In its comment Friday the com mission offered no suggestions about why Russia may not have tested more nuclear bombs or why if they were tested there ap peared to have been no evidence picked up outside Russia GUNMAN HELD MONROVIA Liberia Friday held a gunman on charges of firing three shots at Liberias President William V S Tubman The President escaped injury but several bystanders were wounded WATERLOO UP Order was restored to a dog kennel Friday afterhundreds of cats were de livered to the place as the resull of a practical joke Police said some prankster dis tributed handbills offering for each cat brought to Newcombs Black Hawk Kennels south of here Residents brought in many cats Thursday some from as far as 20 miles away Police said some resi dents reported their pet cats were missing Newcomb said he had no idea who passed out the handbills which said Help We need cats For a limited time we will pay for any cat delivered to The handbills said the kennels needed the cats to train dogs North lowans Are Among Appointees to Dairy Group DES MOINES new ap pointments and seven reappoint ments to the Iowa Dairy Industry Commission were announced Fri day by Secretary of Agriculture Clyde Spry The new members will be Free Wheeler Sibley and James T An dersen Hancock Those reappointed are Howard Waters Danville Robert Lage Davenport Ralph Keeling Des Moines Lynn Thompson Clarion Ervin Dieterich St Ansgar Lau rence Hammerly Newton and Cowin Peer The members will serve two year terms beginning July 1 The commission promotes the sale o dairy products and carries on re search and educational programs Sift Navys Purchase of Beverages Expenditures Excessive WASHINGTON inves tigators heard testimony Friday hat the Navy made excessive ex enditures for a soda pop mix hat most sailors regarded as un Chairman Holifield DCalif of he House Government Operations Subcommittee said the deal re flects lack of control over pro curement generally by the Navy William Ellis chief of investi gations for the General Account ng Office said the names of threeprincipals in the deal have jeen turned over to the Justice Department Each Declined Holifield said the three were in vited to appear at Fridays hear ng but each declined for one reason or The whole deal cost the Navy Ellis told the subcommit Lee He said 13 Navy ships quar tered at Seattle each got 200 cases of the soda pop mix And he said A serious question was raised as to the utility of this beverage Many sailors regarded it as un Three Navy witnesses replied that there was nothing wrong with the naval procurement policies that any fault lay in the individu als involved Ellis identified the three princi pal figures as J E Caraway then an agen for the Apex Distributing Los Angeles and now employed as a cook for a Seattle construction firm Now Bartender James A Halstead then a lieu tenant in the Navy and now re portedly a bartender in Iceland John Moeller then a lieutenan commander in the Navy and now a salesman in Seattle He described Caraway as the agent for the people selling the beverage Halstead as sec ond in command in making requi sitions for Navy purchases at Se attle and Moeller as second in command in effecting purchases o naval supplies The deal he said took place during April and May 1952 a the height of the Korean conflict He offered no explanation for th lengthy delay in bringing the af fair into the open although not ing the Navy had taken discipli nary action against Halstead SAME DATEW4258 5 Major Problems for Language Is Blunt AP Wirephoto LEAPS TO DEATH An unidentified 60yearold man falls to his death from the llth floor of a downtown Los Angeles building Thursday Somersaulting twice the body narrowly missed striking the auto at right and landed on the paved parking lot Ask Extension of New Debt Ceiling AP Vircphoto DEATH TRACTOR GROUND TO Langlas 65 Mar en go was killed Thursday afternoon when his tractor and hay wagon were struck from the rear by this truck Nothing but bits was left of the tractor Langlas body under a blanket is shown in the circle WASHINGTON of the Treasury George M Hum phrey Friday asked Congress to extend the temporary 281 billion dollar ceiling on the national debt for another year He told the House Ways and Means Committee he hopes and be lieves the government can live within such a limitation but warned that it will be a tight Humphreys willingness to tackle the coming fiscal year without a permanent hike or a bigger temporary hike in the debt ceiling indt cated confidence that the coming years federal budget will work out better than had been expected thanks in part to the current busi ness boom and the improved inter national outlook Congress had raised the debt limit to 281 billion dollars from 275 billion dollars last summer but ordered that it drop back to the lower figure next Thursday June last day of fiscal 1955 Humphrey said the debt prob ably will be about on that deadline date The debt at latest but that included some 500 million dollars of debt not sub ject to the limit Basic Problems We have lived within the limits set by Congress last year Hum phrey told the committee but the basic problems are still with us They are in fact even more acute this year than Humphrey explained that the treasury must borrow many bil lions in the summer fall and early winter when tax collections fall far short of government spending This debt can be paid off in spring when collections exceed spending During the past year this sea sonal borrowing lifted the national debt to a point just short of its highest World War II peak of Billion More The government began fiscal 1955 a year ago with a debt of According to Hum phreys estimate it fis cal 1956 next Friday with about 3 billion dollars more debt Humphrey warned that the gov ernment can operate through the coming fiscal year with the same temporary debt ceiling as this year only with the full cooperation of the Congress in giving the most careful consideration to all budget expenditures and rejecting all re quests for appropriations that are not absolutely necessary for fully adequate security for the nation and proper services required for the The committee later unanimous ly okayed Humphreys proposal SAN FRANCISCO CDSecretary of State John Foster Dulles told Russia in blunt language Friday The way to end the cold war is to stop using force against other countries and to stop supporting subversion In a stinging attack on Commu nism Dulles declared To bring the cold war to an end seven points are not needed this one The secretary spoke at 10th anniversary meeting which Wednesday heard Soviet Foreign Minister V M Molotov propose a sevenpoint program to liquidate the cold war Foreign Policy Dulles spoke with President Ei enhowers full confidence and The President him Iself said so on Monday when he addressed the opening session He old the delegates the secretary vould speak Friday on appropri ate elements in the foreign policy of this Dulles pulled no punches as he reviewed the role of Communism recent history He agreed with Molotov that some problems had seen settled recently but he said they would have been settled years earlier except for the Communists We do not he said we dare not forget that some of those who now hail the recent develop ments are precisely those who for years sought to stop Dulles strongly defended the STRIKE VOTE SET OMAHA UP Members of the CIO Transit Workers union workers are scheduled to take a strike vote early next week in a dispute with the Omaha Transit Co and Council Bluffs Transit over union demands for a 40hour 5day work week Tot injured When Struck by Car in Fair Condition Becky Sue Schloemcr 2Myear old daughter of Mr and Mrs Virgil Schloemer 919 12th who was injured when hit by an auto Thursday is reported by Park hospital authorities to be in fair condition but not yet out oJ danger The child was struck by an auto driven by her aunt Mildred Gwen dolyn Christenson 226 7th after the aunt had let Mrs Schloe mer and Becky Sue and another child out of her car in front of the Schloemer home Mrs Christenson told police that after letting her passengers out she had gone about 200 feet west on 12th when her son who was riding with her looked back and said she had hit a child Alvin Berding 725 Kentucky who was driving by took the girl to Park Hospital According to the hospital author ities the girl suffered injuries to the kidneys and bruises on the right side of her face and body About The Weather Mason City Occasional rain Iowa Continued cool FiveDay Iowa Temperatures Friday night through next Wednes day will average 3 to 6 degrees be low normal Normal highs 84 north to 86 south Normal lows 60 north to 63 south Little change in tern peratuers until warmer Tuesdaj and Wednesday Rainfall w average onehalf inch northeast to one inch southwest and extreme south occurring as showers Satur day and Sunday and again about Wednesday Minnesota Cloudy cool Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 Friday COOL Maximum Minimum At 8 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 82 50 72 North Atlantic Treaty Organiza tion and other regional organiza tions which Molotov blamed for much of the trouble today These organizations were based on the spirit of the charter Dulles said and it was Western strength backed by these organizations which had led to the solution of major problems Then in sarcastic language he took up the problems which Molo tov had listed in his speech as hav ing been solved The Korean War he said was ended only after forces had repelled Communist ag gression Strong Language It is indeed he said to hear this triumph of collective security now hailed as proof of the peaceloving character of the ag gressor and its supporters If they had had their way we would today be commemorating the fifth anni versary of the demise of the United Dulles said further The Indochina fighting was end ed by agreement in Geneva but only after the United States and other nations made it clear that continued fighting might call for collective action within the frame work of the charter The Austrian treaty should have been signed years ago but it was delayed while one of its occupying powers exploited its economy for a decade YugoslavSoviet relations have been improved but they were bad in the first place only because Yugoslavia had broken away from an alien The recent Soviet overtures to West Germany and Japan came only after years of abuse and tility from Russia Five Problems Then Dulles listed five major problems which he hinted he would like to see tackled by the summit meeting of the Big Four in Geneva next month He did not list them specifically as agenda items but he enumerated them as he led into his discussion of the Geneva talks They are 1 Unification of Germany 2 The problem of the Eastern European satellites of Russia 3 Communist Chinas use of force and threats of force in Ko rea Indochina and Formosa 4 Efforts of international Com munism to overthrow govern ments by conspiracy 5 Disarmament TOO EFFICIENT MEMPHIS Tenn UP Car bage collector J C Wilburn charged with malicious mischief for allegedly hauling off 25 wed ding gifts which Mrs Larue Hart had left on her back steps ;

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Publication: Mason City Globe Gazette

Location: Mason City, Iowa

Issue Date: June 24, 1955

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