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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 28, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                North IWt Doily Ntwipoptr MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H I N I W S P A I I THAT MAKII ALL NOtTN IOWANS N I I C H I 0 I HOME EDITION MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JUNI 21 IMS CRUSINDOWN THE University of Minnesota students the Dubuque locks Monday on their way down the Mississippi Riverto New Orleans The auto in the center of their home made raft supplies the power with an assist from old man river The students are David Rutf ord Sam Gray and Fred Hollfaerg all from St Paul CONGRESSIONAL REPORT Ikes Foreign Aid Program Attacked by 4 Republicans BULLETIN WASHINGTON Congress Tuesday completed passage of legislation extending the regular draft for four years and the doctor draft for two years The measure new goes te the White House for President Eisen howers signature The present authority to draft men and doctors is scheduled te expire Thursday p RESS Four members of President Eisenhowers own party attacked por tions of his foreign aid program Tuesday as the measure was called up f of debate in the House The criticisms were made in a report by four Republican members of the House Foreign Affairs Reps Lawrence H Smitti Marguerite Stitt Church E Ross Adair Ind and Alvin M BenUey They particularly objected to the blank check authority given the President in spending the foreign aid funds They also called for a stop look and listen policy on aid to Communist Yugoslavia which would get in in direct military aid under the bill llUUr riljlll Other Fronts Opposition also developed on other fronts Reps William M Col mer DMiss and Ray J Madden DInd called for killing any fur ther aid to India India was to re ceive 85 million dollars in economic assistance under the bill And key members of the mer chant marine committee attacked the measure for relaxing a require ment that at least 50 per cent of foreign aid shipments be trans ported in ships Other congressional news Bases The House passed and sent to the Senate Monday a bill authorizing a mili tary base construction program Fight Planned Over Peace Ship WASHINGTON tffl Senate Re publicans planned a floor fight Tuesday to restore funds for Presi dent Eisenhowers demonstration peace ship project Sen Hickenlooper RIowa told a reporter in advance of debate on the measure that he would offer an amendment to the Atomic Energy Commission construction bill to put money back for the ship However Sen Anderson chairman of the SenateHouse Atomic Energy Committee said he was ready to back his groups ac tion in knocking out the 21 million dollars asked by Eisenhower for a reactor to run the ship The House passed the bill which authorized in AEC con struction projects by voice vote after brief debate Monday House GOP leaders did not seek to restore the ship reactor money The President had asked that such a move be made after the Demo cratic majority on the joint com mittee stripped the 21 million from the bill last week The bfll authorizes funds for atomic projects over the country It includes five millions for the program announced by the Presi dent June 11 to help other nations build atomic power reactors GOLDEN GIRL WAVERLY Iowa first Golden Girl to reign as queen ofthe Iowa dairy industry will be crowned Wednesday from entries selected in about 35 coun ties AMI DATE W42M traffic talk to M toin put The vote was 3172 DixonYates Two Senate Demo crats charged that Budget Direc tor Rowland R Hughes was en tirely too vague in testifying Mon day about negotiations on the Dix onYates power contract Sens Es tes Kefauver DTenn and Joseph C OMahoney DWyo said Hughes testimony about the role of Adolphe H Wenzell an invest ment banker was highly unsatis Democrats have charged that Wenzell was an adviser at the same time to both the Budget Bu reau and the DixonYates utilities combine Security The Senate Monday au thorized the naming of a 12mem ber bipartisan commission to rec ommend improvements in the gov ernments employe security pro gram The measure now goes to the House where a similar proposal already has won committee approval Thunderstorms and Tornadoes Leave 5 Dead By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Tornadoes or violent thunder storms that struck in parts of the MidContinent South and East left five persons dead more than a score injured and heavy prop erty damage Tuesday A man and a woman were killed late Monday when a twister smashed 25 homes at the Hiller ege housing development north east of Scottsbluff Neb Two persons were killed by lightning in that swept parts of Texas and New Mexico Monday night Property damage was expected to run between and Daniel Williamson 13 little league baseball player was killed by lightning near Camden Mondaywhile he and 12 other boys stood under alree dur ing a storm Two other youths suffered shock from the bolt Killed in the Nebraska tornado were Mrs V J Daniels 50 and Jim Karubos 16 Mrs Daniels husband and Mr and Mrs Nick Karubos parents of the dead boy were critically injured Some 25 persons were taken to nearby Scottsbluff for hospital treatment Many others suffered cuts and bruises that required first aid including two other chil dren of the Karubos family Pete 9 and Rosalie 10 Mrs Henry Julian about 50 was killed by lightning as she stood in her front yard at Canad ian Tex Lightning killed Ken neth E Guyer 46 in a field on his farm near Panhandle Tex Bank President Fires at Bandit Misses 4 Times MINNEAPOLIS IBBank Presi dent Allen Burrill keptadeer rifle in his office at the Citizens State Bankin suburban St Louis Park just in case Monday came lus chahce to use it but his aim wasnt good enough to prevent an armed bandit from fleeing with He grabbed the rifle when he was informed that a teller Mrs Rayma Kohout was being held up Before firing heShouted a wani ng to 10 employes and eight cus tomers Then he let fly with four shots All hit the walls and the ban dit escaped unscathed in a stolen car The car was later found aban doned two miles from the bank Dulles Doubts Sincerity of Russians Tax Relief for Railroads Is Suggested Iowa ICC Chairman Advances Proposal ATLANTIC CITY of passenger terminal stations from the tax rolls as a means of reduc ing the railroads annual deficit o F600 million on passenger service was proposed by Richard F Mitchell of Fort Dodge chairman of the Interstate Commerce Com mission in an address here Tues day before the accounting division of the Association of American Railroads We do not like the word sub the lowan pointed out But out in the middle west we dont use that word We call it price Why not therefore call it passenger support Assist Needed If the passenger trains are needed in the public the former chief justice of Iowas supreme court asked why shouldnt the public assist in car rying the cost instead of forcing upon shippers the burden of payinj he passenger deficit he added have no pot of gold from which to pay this oss Every dollar must come from the freight shipper by way of add ed freight Much of the lowans talk was given over to a consideration oj CC regulation of transportation and the need for uniformity amonj the several an water transport as well as rail Complete Reversal Once a prominent figure in Iowa democratic politics Mitchell icon fessed a complete reversal ia his appraisal of Herbert Hoover He said he now considers him one o the great Americans of all This wai by way of approrinf a statement by the former presiden about the selfcentered approacl to regulation by American busi ness In his talk the lowan identifiec iimself as one of those who be ieve private enterprise can do a far better job than government Compare the governments op eration of the railroads during World War I with that of private enterprise in World War he suggested Iowa Will Receive if Air Aid Bill Is Passed WASHINGTON UFi Each of 10 states would stand to receive more ihan a million dollars annually in federal matching funds for airport construction under a bill which has been approved by the Senate Outside the top 10 states these annual allocations would be avail able Indiana Iowa and Wisconsin Top ranking state would be Texas with a year for four years Others would be California New York Illi nois Michigan Minnesota Missouri Montana Ohio and Pennsylvania 130 The legislation must yet be ap roved by the House and signed by President Eisenhower and it would authorize contributions to states of 63 million annually for four years HOG SHEEP HEAD DES MOINES E L Hei man 50 isthe new head of the federalstate hog and sheep live stock reporting service here He succeeds K L Urban who was transferred to St Joseph Mo Issue Taken With Highway Program WASHINGTON Commis sion on Intergovernmental Rela aons took issue Tuesday with Pfes ident Eisenhowers highway fi nancing program and called on his administration to assume full com mand of civil defense The 25member commission cre ated by Congress two years ago to recommend boundary lines for overlapping taxes and encroach ng governmental authority filed with the President a 311pape doc ument proposing 1 Withdrawal of the federal gov ernment from some fields of taxa them to the states and rapidly as tax re ductions becomes possible li named no specific taxes 2 Federal payments in lieu of taxes to cities and states in com pensation for real estate stricken from their tax rolls because of fed eral ownership 3 Increased federal appropria tions for a steppedup statead ministered highway construction program to be financed on a pay asyoubuild basis not by borrow ing 4 Action by congress to trans fer responsibility for civil defense to Washington from the states and the commission said are illequipped financially and otherwise to carry the burden 5 Continuance with some import ant changes and curtailments of federal grantsinaid under which more than billion annually is furnished to states and local gov ernments The federal grant the report said has become a fully matured device of cooperative government AP Wlrephoto ALL IN A registered Chihuahua owned by Mrs Raymond Miller Louisville gave birth five weeks ago by Caesarean section to seven little youngsters all of whom lined up nicely for their picture The usual Chihuahua 1 i t te r has no more than three or four puppies Fawncolored Joy weighs only five pounds Red Paper Says Russia Would STOP ATOMIC TESTS LONDON Communist Daily Workir reported Tuesday In dispatch from Htltinkl Finland that Ruttia offered te halt teitt of atomic and hydrogen weapons at me first stage in the process of securing a total ban en the use of these The Daily Worker in a propagandaladen dispatch said the pro posal was made to the Communistled World Peace Assembly new meeting in the Finnish capital Western correspondents have been barred from the meeting It quoted Alexander Korneichuk vice premier of the Ukraine republic as giving the Helsinki assembly what it called this dra matic assurance of Soviet intentions The Workers dispatch gave no direct quotes from address and saM merely the Soviet Union would suspend the at the first stage in the process of securing a fetal ban en the use DAVID WINTON BELL Plane Sights One of Two Missing Fliers TOKYO tffi A search plane Tuesday night sighted one of two Marine fliers missing for three nights in the Pacific He was seen sending radio signals from a tiny life raft about 123 miles south of Tokyo We are in radio contact with the said an Air Force pokesman Two planes are circling overhead until he is picked up The spokesman said the SA16 Albatross search plane which first potted the raft could not tell whether both missing marines were aboard He said it was considered doubt ul because of the size of the raft and because of reports of two mall rafts miles apart in foggy waters By grim coincidence the wife of one arrived Tuesday from Minne apolis She is Mrs David Winton Bell who arrived with her 5year ld son Her husband is 2nd Lt David Winton snn of Charles H Bell resident of General Mills Inc The Far East AirForces coor inating the far flung search said they were still hearing a radio sig ial after 1 a CST The search rea is south of Oshima Island which is 61 miles south of Tokyo The Associated Press was told unofficially that the flier with the radio confirmed his name is Bell The other raft has no radio The Navy has not released the name of either man Three Hell in Holdup at Osceola OSCEOLA young men were held Tuesday in the armeJ robbery of a service station here Sunday night in which an esti mated was taken Clarke County Attorney W W Reynoldson said he would file charges of armed robbery Tuesday against Bobby Jack Doby 21 Abi ene Frank Wilson 24 Hous on and Kenneth Ray Mc Donald 25 Shreveport La The three were captured by a posse of about 75 men Monday afternoon Wilson and McDonald were found n a hayfield on the Tom James arm northwest of Lucas They were brought to the county jail lere Doby was caught hiding in an orchard by two highway patrolmen about threequarters of a mile from the spot where the others were nabbed He was jailed at Chariton None of the three offered any resistance A pistol was found on one of them The county attorney said was found on the three men Doby had of it Also found oa the men were money sacks from the P S Oil where the robbery occurred Reynoldson said In the holdup three armed men ied Gerald Scadden attendant at the station then took the money and drove off in a car The car vas found abandoned Monday near the James farm Old War Barracks Burn at Esrherville ESTHERVILLE old war training barracks at the Sstherville airport were destroyed ilonday by fire of undetermined origin Mrs Vernon Lowe wife of the manager of the Harry Coffie Fly ng Service discovered the fire in the northernmost of the three bar acks Wind quickly spread the flames o the other two structures All three were levelled One contained fertilizer a mower and airplane iarts Another contained winter lothing stored by the Lowes A bird contained miscellaneous varehouse materials TO ARREST SOCARRAS HAVANA Cuba court londay ordered the arrest of for mer President Carlos Prio Socar as on charges of conspiring gainst President Gen Fulgencio Batista Water Runs Phone Rings Its Circulating Fountain Says He When Mayor George Mendon asks Mason Cityans to conserve water he gets cooperation The lawns are permitted to dry out gardens wilt cars go un washed and the telephone at th Major Funeral Home begins t ring A very welcome breeze helped somewhat to make up for shuttin offtoe air conditioners but th fell dur ing the forenoon wa only t Oh why does the telephon ring Why because the people thin he fountain in the side yard a 2nd and Pennsylvania i wasting water It keeps right on spouting or whatever a fountain does when its turned on ane But its all right Its just the same water being used over and over Theres a pump to recircu ate it Bob Major explained lease dont telephone any more ic begged The ban on wasting water is stil on It was caused by the breaking lown of a pump needed to keep ip pressure in the mains during the summer period of peak con umption Would Show Interest in German Unity If Really Working for World Peace WASHINGTON of tat Dulles said Tuesday Russian allure to discuss German unifica on at the Big Four summit con irence would throw doubt on So let sincerity toward easing inter ational tensions Dullss said the division of Ger many is a world problem which ontains the seeds of greater evil Vny realistic effort to promote jeace must include work on Ger man unification he said Referring to remarks by Soviet oreign Minister Molotov last at San Francisco Dulles aid Russia appears to have lost nterest in getting Germany uni ed Molotov had spoken of the astwest division of Germany ikely to continue for a long time Dtplorat Attitude Dulles said he deplored this atti ude He added that if the Soviets eally desire to advance the cause f peace they will talk about Ger many at the July 18 summit meet ing in Geneva On other subjects Dulles told a news conference 1 The shooting down of an American patrol bomber by Soviet ighters over the Bering Sea last week seems to have been a trig er happy gome thing which represents a consid ered policy on the part of the So viet Chapin Boy Is Killed by Milk Truck Davis 18 month old son of Mr and Mrs lobert Davis Chapin died at Tuesday shortly after being run over by a milk truck in ront of his fathers service sta tion According to the Franklin Coun ysheriffs office Robert Blanken hip 20 Hampton was driving a ruck owned by Leslie Blanken hip He had stopped for gas at the Texaco Service station which s managed by the boys father While Mr Davis was filling the gas ank on the left side of the truck lie child apparently wandered rom the station and under hetruck Robert jr was rushed to a lampton hospital but was dead up n arrival Survivors are Roberts parents nd a fouryear old brother Larry Funeral arrangements are in omplete at the Greenfield Funeral lome in Hampton Crackdown Ordered on Juvenile Gangs BOONE UP A crackdown on uvenile gang activities in Boone as been ordered by County At orney D M Station Station announced that delin uency charges would be filed gainst any youth caught in Boone n any activity involving the beat ng of other boys The official said he had been in ormed of at least three separate ccasions since June 1 where Boone boys have been beaten by her youths 2 Dulles told Molotov at San Francisco that Russia should pay the full c o s t of the loss of the plane and reparations for injuries to 7 of the 11 crewmen But Dulles does not yet know what the total bill will be nor now the claim will be pressed InDeadfeck 3 The United States and Russia appear to be deadlocked over Hus iias idea of holding a Far East conference to include Red China as a participant after the Geneva meeting The United States feels Nationalist China should be present nd Russia disagrees 4 Dulles does not rule out the Kssibility of direct talks between United States and Red China on ome matters 5 The United States should give ery sympathetic consideration to visit to the United States by larshal Tito president of Com itmist Yugoslav currently being ooed by Moscow after breaking dth the Kremlin in 1948 Disarmament Talkt 6 Dulles thinks it possible that isarmament discussions at the ummit conference may lead ul mately to reducing and balancing rmaments between the Atlantic Ulies and the Soviet Bloc 7 Dulles sees nothing to be ained by piling up nonaggression guarantees on top of each other e thus discounted reports of nited States interest in working ut some European security system imed solely at producing new romises not to attack 8 If genuinely free elections ould be arranged in Viet Nam ulles believes the Indochina coun ry can be unified under a non ommunist government But he in icated neither the United States or South Viet Nam would accept ections not considered to be free 9 The State and Justice Depart ments have been consulting on hether to contest a court deci on that a citizen has a right to a assport unless it is denied him by udicial processes REAPPOINTS COMMITTEE BES MOINES UP Gov Leo Hoegh has reappointed ft special rofessional committee to review ases of lifeterm prisoner who may have their sentences com muted to a number of yeaii About The Weather Mason City Cloudy and showers lewa Cloudy and showers Minnesota Partly cloudy Globe Gazette eather data up i 8 Tues day Maximum Minimum At 8 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 83 59 70 n 83   

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