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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 1, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited for Pnu United Full Wire MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NMGHIORS HOME EDITION Seven Cent a Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JULY 1 1955 This Paper Consists of Two 227 Steel StrikeEnding Agreement Found Subpoena 2 More in Red Probe Of Newsmen by Investigators By JOHN CHADWICK WASHINGTON inves tigators said Friday they have sub poenas out for two persons named as onetime Communists and newsj men and are looking for others in an inquiry into Red influences dating back to the late 1930s The Senate Internal Security sub committee in two days of public1 hearings heard Charles Grutzi ner a New York Times and Winston M Burdett a CBSJ newsman acknowledge they werej Communists some 15 or more years ago Grutzner Thursday and Burdett on Wednesday MERCY MISSION AT seaman Stamatios Zannikos goes over the side of sday ship MarPessa and hjs blanketed form is transferred from a motor launch to Commune pam as re waJrtmff liner Nieuw Amsterdam in a midAtlantic emergency call Zanni porters on the nowdefunct Brooki internal injuries when he fell into a hatch on the Marpessa which carried no lyn Eagle in 1937 and had quit iti doct9r lhe Amsterdam responded to a radio call and took him aboard for a sue Eagle in 1937 and had quit iti aOClf lne before they went to work for their cessful operation present employers Grutzner in 1940 and Burdett in 1942 Stories Questioned Two stories which Grutzner filed from Korea as a war correspond ent were questioned by Subcom mittee Chairman Eastland D Miss and the groups chief coun sel J G Sourwine Eastland said that Maj Gen L C Craigie had recommended that Grutzner be denied correspondents accreditation for filing a story inj December 1950 which reported that the Air Force had put F86 Sabre Jets into action against the enemy j Grutmer said he never heard of that He testified that the story had been cleared by the Pentagon in DixonYates Funds to Be Withheld If Memphis Puts Up Power Plant By JOHN A GOLDSMITH WASHINGTON UP The Iowa Patrol AirBorne 1st Time For Weekend of July 4 DES MOINES law en forcement will take to the air for the first time in history in an effort j X cut down on highway traffic violations during the long Fourth of July weekend The experimental aerial patrol program was announced Friday by the highway patrol state departt ment of public safety and the Iowa National Guard Nine National Guard airplanes and two helicopters will take off at Saturday to inaugur ate Iowas first attempt at high way law enforcement from the air Each plane will bo piloted by an Eight Portuguese Jets HIT MOUNTAIN TOP LISBON Portugal Eight Portuguese jet planes crashed Fri day enroute to a military air show at Coimbra They encountered thick fog and apparently hit a mountain killing all eight an Air Force captain said They were under the of Capf Rangel de Lima known as Lucky He landed safely and reported the squadron flew into thick fog and Hie eight crashed jets had apparently smashed into a mountain Lima said the 12 planes were near Coimbra when the fog closed down They were flying jn formations one above the other He was in the top group Blanketed and invisible in thfrfos just ahead rhem was the foot high Sierra Dos Carvalhos The captain said he heard a tremendous crash and saw flames up from a spot immediately beneath his aircraft He signalled Wage Offer Accepted by USW Union Getl5Cent Hourly Increase By J ROBERT SHUBERT PITTSBURGH UP The CIO United Steelworkers and Steel Corp reached a strikeending agreement Friday on a wage offer averaging more than 15cents aa hour The agreement came less than 12 hours after USW mem jbers shutdown the nations steel mills The offer included an 1114 cents an hour across the board increase plus cent increases in incre ments for 32 job classifications The new wage scales were made effective as of Friday companies in the industry were virtually certain to write similar agreements with the union land the industry was sure to an nounce price increases on its prod ucts in a few days Both Sides Steel President Clifford Hood directed the mills of bis company the largest steel produ cer in the country to begin prep arations at once to get back into full production Hood said both sides made con cessions to reach the agreement TT Steelworkers across the nation A House wound up two davs olclosed down the milk at miH AP Wirephoto MCDONALD AND STEPHENS LEAVE J McDonald president of the CIO steelworkers and John A Stephens vice president and chief uiaue will DC piloted DV an1 uiiu Air National Guard officer and for Steel and the nations steel industry carry a highway patrolman as an face each other after their wage talks ended suddenly Fri observer The planes will be based day with the settlement of the IV hour strike out of Atlantic Sibley Fort Dodge Cedar Rapids Davenport and Des Moines Radio Communication The aircraft will have radio com munication with all highway pa trol cars in the areas The patrol cars will have their numbers i painted on top to aid the aerial of ficers in maintaining contact The planes will fly at but isary can come down to 500 1 observation The program was developed andi WOULD DffPfN CHANNELS No Opposition to Great Lakes Bill Guard Nor N0 witnesses appeared in opposition of the proposal at hearings bert Locke aeronautics commisj conducted by the subcommittee of the House Public Works Committee sioner and C H Moyer new com Euiaguu in vwi snoor up rrom a spot immediately bent Washington before it was published iSenate Appropriations Committee to his three followers to return to base hv HIP Timnc voted Friday to withhold funds for controversial Dixon Yates by the Times You were not told the Air Force did not want the enemy to line if the city of we were using the F86 in Korea Eastland asked him Told Nothing I was told nothing like GruUner said Memphis takes definite ac tion within 90 days to build its own steam plant 70 Die in Air Crash Off Alaska The action came about an hour after Senate Democratic Leader He challenged as not a fact aLyndon B Johnson urged suggestion by Eastland that theitbat strings be tied to the disclosure had cost the item to finance the electric States a tactical advantage in Kotransmission line KODIAK Alaska deaths rea j Johnson urged the action in marked up Friday as one of Turner Catledge managing of President Eisenhowers dethe early costs of an air raid tor of the Times said in a statejcision to take a new look at thewarning installation on isolated1 ment issued in New York whole DixonYates deal to deterjSitJcinak Island off the southern The Times rejects any whether the private plant tip of this north Pacific outpost tion that national security wasnow is necessary jeopardized by its publication ofj Override Hill Motion Charles Grutzners dispatch garding the F86 Sabre re Sen Styles Bridges told o inewsmen that the funds for the Catledge said Grutzner had filed line were left in the big House the story with a preceding public works money bill An Air Force C47 transport from the Elmendorf Base at Anchorage uic aiui wjui t pieueumg puouc worss money Dill luuaiieueu ana a piane aoor asking that it be cleared by thejBut Bridges explained tnat they apparently open at the time the Pentagon Catledge said a memicannot be soent if Memnhk party to reach the wreck re Pentagon Catledge said a mem ber of the Times Washington staff read the storyto a civilian mem ber of the Air Forces press sec tion and that this official said Go ahead jjd publish this t be spent if Memphis takes definite action to build a muni cipal plant as it has announced Bridges said the 6V4 million dol lars earmarked for the transmis sion line will not be spent if flying from here to drop hit the islands highest peak late Wednesday The crews seat belts were unfastened and a plane door ported The crew of four was accompa nied by three Western Electric Co representatives engaged on the installation and three soldiers oo aueau JJQ puousn inis story iie wm noi oe spent if isid As for Grutzners accreditation iwithin 90 days the city of 558th aerial communica missioner of public safety Aerial Arm Herrick said he considers Moyer said We dont regard use of aircraft as since similar programs in other states have proved their effective ness Nebraska Illinois Michigan Missouri Indiana and Washington are other states which regularly use aircraft for law enforcement Jon its highways j i Iowa officials said they hope to use planes periodically after the Proposal for Fertile School Is Dismissed Had Sought to Enlarge District NORTHWOOD A proposal for weekend to evaluate their effecan enlarged Fertile Community tiveness in this Mover said Blatoik said i he would press for quick action on I the proposal He said he will seek action by the House at this session of Congress Backers of the measure to pro vide 27 foot channels in the Great j Lakes west of Lake Erie contend it is necessary to link up with the authorized 105 million dollar St Lawrence Seaway now under con struction The Seaway will provide a mini mum channel depth of 27 feet from Lake Erie out through the St Lawrence River to the Atlantic The proposed work would center as a correspondent tie ahead on a firm basis with said its a mendation for revocation was re He said the language makes it ceived Jan 10 1951 from Craigie then vice commander the Far East Air Forces Lundy Memphis must under a definite commitment to build the plant within the 90day Named Head Highway Commission AMES Lundy of Des D r i Moines Friday was appointediRfr from MtemPhls and trans f 1rlfn time limit He said similar lan guage has been used in the past Bridges said the committee over rode a motion by Sen Lester Hill DAla to strike the transmission line item entirely That was the course which Johnson said he favored Arkansas Plant The privatelyfinanced Dixon Yates plant was to be built in Ar kansas just across the Mississippi chairman of the New Iowa High way Commission The commissioners at their first power into the government owned Tennessee Valley Authority The DixonYates power would be used in the Memphis area thus system LT ALAN M McANENY Body of One of Missing Fliers Found paid for their time state i school district was dismissed here on deepening the channels in the the Naiional Guard i Thursday night A total of 46 objecj St Marys River Straits of Mac pilots have cancelled other weektions were filed throush the St Clair River Lake St Clair and the Detroit River lowans Are Not Alone in Tax Increases CHICAGO UP Purchase tax increases went into effect in many states Friday coincid ing with the start of vacation tend plans to participate in the7chOTf boardTof Worth CerroGor program However they will be do Winnebago and Hancock counj ties enough to tiring the enrollJ ment below the 300 minimum set by Iowa law for setting up a new district The proposal as originally filed included territory in the four coun ties which had a county school en rollment of 306 last year Objectors to the proposal were from Fertile Township in Worth County L A DaMn Elvin and Inez Wolfe ReEfected as Head Liquor v m LJ UilC UJ DES MOINES UPVIowa boards four missing U S Marine fliers and commissions Friday held orwas found Fridav in wreckage In order to keep a good supply ganizational meetings and elected a plane on Osnima Island 65jof GradeA milk coming into this miJPQ h nf TYtlrvrt 1 a TOO a A Milk Goes Up 1Cent Quart Here The price of GradeA milk went up a cent a quart in Mason and Clear Lake Friday The rise in price goes directly to the farm ers to help them meet production J costs according to the processors ley Wesley Anderson Aimer j reporting agency which GradeA milk prices were lowTweed Dean Anderson Alfred and nounced the figure airl jered a cent a quart about sixUenette Rognes Virgil0 and Roj boosts affected gasoline jmonths ago in anticipation of re1 mane Lovik Anon aad Clarice Felj andcigaret taxes in states of production on and Delia Most of them became effective Tweed Thomas 0 and Mable Lovik Martin Amy George time Manda Glenn and Marilynj The Commerce Clearing House Bearing aouse Fjeld Ansley ana Kenneth Stromj a private tax and business law ley Wesley Anderson Aimer the shutdown cost the steel companies who had been running at virtual capacity millions of dollars in lost production USW President David J Mc Donald said be believed the agree ment with Steel will provide a basis for concluding mutually satisfactory agreements between the USW and the basic steel com The union opened negotiations June 7 with 95 basic steel and iron ore firms whose contract wags provisions ran out at midnight Thursday v Annual Waga Next The walkout idled men twothirds of whom are employed by the six top producers having contracts with the USW In addi iion to U S Steel they include Bethlehem Republic Jones Laughlin Youngstown Sheet Tube and Inland Steel The negotiations covered wage rates only All other provisions in the current contracts signed a year ago run until June 30 1955 when the USW will make the guaranteed annual wage a main contract issue The steelworkers were expected to go after guaranteed annual wage provisions next year similar to those won by the CIO United Auto Workers earlier this month In addition to a form of GAW the auto workers won a 6cent or per cent hourly pay raise which ever was higher a costofliving TOKYO farm but it was found this did not body of one ofj work out according to the pro cessors miles south of Tokyo chairmen Liquor Control elected Harold E Wolfe Mason City Republican chairman for a Alan Murdoch McAneny Yonkers area from the farms around it j Lai ij to Ol The Marine Corps tentativelyit was found necessary to increase identified the body as that of LtJ016 Price again fifth term New member is The city of Memphis an oppo official meeting also named Chris eliminating Larsen of Sioux City as their rep tmg resentative on the Iowa Toll Road Authority The other members of the five power from TVA vvhen Beck of Cen erville Emory Looent contract e ires fa Ju p mis of Waterloo and Mel Graham It aiso said it build its aid W Smith Creston Republican Board of Henry Burma Allison Republican became chair man for two years Board of Otto Henning sen Clinton Republican became chairman for two years Supreme CourtJudge R A Oliver Sioux City became chief justice for six months succeeding Judge C F Wennerstrum Chan ton of Audubon a holdover member Larsen will serve on the Toll Road Authority with Frederick J Day of Council Bluffs Willis D Piper of Des Moines Ed Frick of Davenport and Gov Leo Hoegh The appointment of Lundy an attorney to the commission by the governor earlier this year was a power plant Searchers positively identified the wreckage as the FJ2 Fury jet flown by McAneny and which dis appeared Tuesday in the search for two other Marine fliers who vanished in a fog Sunday night McAneny was a soninlaw of B C Barnard publisher of tie Rome N Sentinel The plane was discovered by islanders as the serach neared the end of its fifth day for the first The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy Iowa Partly cloudy Minnesota Partly cloudy Board of Social WelfareLuke Wr fy affrev Cresco a helicopter crewman who Caffrey Cresco came chairman Liwer piani Senate Democratic Leader LvnL CommissionRay Johnson don B Johnson said that if became President can take another look at for the next year Michigan State Takes on Brand New Name President can take another look at the DixonYates project certainly the Congress can and should take another Johnson said it does not seem to be very prudent to appropriate v iJ fiuucui tu ayyiupiiiuc csnai AllCn center of controversy The funds for a project that is unwantMichigan State College fades into at firsi tn confirm fhn i TT t 6 luw EAST LANSING Mich at first refused to confirm the apJed and He said he Lundy was Hoeghs managcripreliminary to cancellation of the Airing the 1954 campaign JDixonYates contract history Friday j wiiiLccuCTJ iic iiiMuijr r riuay pomtmcnt but later backed down jhopes the Presidents order is the The school took on a new name ichigan State University of Ag Iriculturc and Applied Science was lost Wednesday As good weather continued through the last three days of the vast search officers said they could not explain the absence of results Destroyers and planes wove an endless pattern over the sea But it was on the desolate cin dery south slope of Oshimas smouldering Mt Mihara that the wreckage of McAnenys plane was found An earlier aerial survey of the island known for its tricky air currents had failed to locate it Globe Gazette and Bennie Anderson Nels Eand Friday Raymond Field Mount Valley Township in Win nebago County Dean A Haugen Henry C Severson Winnie Mon son Clemidt Monson Swen Vernon Anderson Glen Monson and Ken nes Kingland Ellington Township in Hancock County Reba and M A Smith Ben Olson Martin Quam Russell and Dena Rollefson Julia and Ken neth Olson Viola Halverson Leo Lovik Wilbur Olson Albert and Louise Haugen Alvin and Ida Swanson Glenn and Helen Haugen Grant Township in Cerro Gordo UJODB IT37PTTP weather data uo Countv Arthur and Mary Eibey u weaer aa uo upj Ralph Bowers W D Kurd 0 L to 8 Friday SHOWERS Maximum Minimum At 8 Free YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 91 igan Thompson Grace M West Nevada long a virtually tax free touristhaven began collect ing a new tax of 2 per cent on sales Travelers in Iowa and Dli bigger pen sions and better insurance provi sions triple time holiday pay and a seventh annual paid holiday New wage scales in the steel industry will range from a mini mum of to a top of Increases ranged from the mini r Auitcaoca laugcu uum me m nois will find a 2 2 per cent tax 11H cents to a t added to many of their purchases j cents an hour Mississippi South Dakota and Tennessee have raised their sales taxes to 3 per cent and Washington has increased its tax to 3vi per cent Motorists traveling in 13 states will pay higher taxes on each gal lon of gasoline The new tax rate will be 5Vi cents per gallon in New Hampshire and Vermont 6 cents in Connecticut Iowa Mich Nevada Virginia North Dakota and Wisconsin j Glenn and Dorothy Franks Rayj 6Vcents m Georgia cents 7 jmond and Lola Mae Zirbel Alabama Maine and Mon jDean and Beverly Hyde Wayne tana II Johnson Ilo andj cigaret taxes have gone up to cents per jn south Da 17 85 57 Maxine Hanna Lincoln Township in Cerro Gordo SAME DATE195427I County G E and and W D Kurd Alina Punke kota 4 cents in Alabama Idaho and Wisconsin 5 cents in Georgia Maine Mississippi and New Mexico and 30 per cent of the retail price ia Washington INDIAN AGREEMENT SIGNED NEW DELHI India Preparations McDonald made preparations im mediately to contact other mem bers of the Big Six groups plus Great Lakes Steel Wheeling Steel and Crucible Steel Their negotiators were standing by to arrange for their contract Even as the strike ending agree ment was being announced small er producers jumped on the band wagon Pittsburgh Steel Co called the union to ask that it be allowed to sign its contract Friday Hodd said his company prob ably would announce price in creases early next week The in crease was expected to be at least to a ton The industrys composite price of steel now averages about McDonald and Stephens came up with the agreement after bargain ing in almost continuous session since about 8 a m Thursday The More Polio Vaccine Coming This Month DES MOINES inState Health aiuftoe YnTtcd States negoiiatTng teams Department officials have been financial agreements Thursday conference when the walkout be notified that vaccine for the under which the United Statesman and McDonald and Stephens ond round of polio shots for lowajwill contribtue for fivejdid not part until 330 a m youngsters should arrive somejoint development and researchWhen they reached an agreement itime m jprojccts to get a little   

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