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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 2, 1955, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NIWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXI AuocUted Prcu uxJ United Full Leue Wirci Seven Copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JULY 2 IttS Pmptr of Two One 221 WHO INVITED seems a bit unhappy with Steven for welcoming the neighbors pony Stevie and the pony dont care Theyre keeping cool and happy The tots are the children of 31r and Mrs Vern Gunderson Winnebago Heights The pony belongs to Leslie Boomhower Soviets Print Interview With Iowa Editor MOSCOW Russia Soviet magazine New Times Friday pub lished an interview with Fred Stov er editor of the Iowa Union and quoted him as say ing American farmers were being hurt by falling income Soviet newspapers last month Garden Hose Doing Reverse INDIAN ROPE TRICK DOWNEY Calif hose that George Di Peso bought isnt watering the lawn It is giving George the willies It is doing the Indian rope trick in reverse The hose is behaving like snake although it is only a half inch in diameter and of plastic It has burrowed itself into the Di Peso lawn and it keeps going deeper into the ground No body can pull it out The water hasnt been turned on Everybody tried a hand in reclaiming the sinking hose but the more they pulled the deeper it sank into the lawn Di Peso hitched it to the bumper of his auto and pulled in low gear but the hose stretched then snapped near the faucet It has descended cleanly through the clay structure There is no published excerpts from the lowaj trace of water action Tfiere are no underground wells in the vicinity Union Farmer saying American iU u farmers were experiencing hard times under declining incomes Fridays interview in the Sov iet publication was a series of questions and answers The article asked what the Russian delegates would see in Iowa during the forthj and the water table is 120 feet below the surface IOWANS HAVE PROBLEMS Some Find New Taxes Confusing Some Irritating DES MOINES advent of Iowas new look in taxation evaluates the was accompanied by considerable confusion and occasional irritation Predicts Reserve Bill Action EASTMAN ACCEPTS WORD Times Cleared in Security Violation By JOHN CHADW1CK WASHINGTON Easlland DMiss says he accepts the New York Times word that no security violation was involved in its publication of a story during the Korean War that the Air Force was using F86 Sabre Jets Eastland chairman of the Senate Internal Security subcommit tee said late Friday the group never has made any such but that I am glad to make statement in the interest of com plete The story was written in 1950 by Charles Grutzner a Times report er who achnowledged at a sub committee public hearing Thurs day that he had been a Commu nist party member fron 1937 to 1940 Eagle Employe Grutzner was among a dozen for mer employes of the nowdefunct Brooklyn Eagle who were named by CBS newsman Winston M Bur dett as people he knew as fellow Communists in 19371940 Grutzner testified he became fed up with communism and quit just before joining the Times staff Eastland indicated in his ques tioning of Grutzner he felt that Saturday noon the story disclosing Sabre Jet Egg Grading Law Not to Be Enforced Until injunction Ruling Is Made DES MOINES l3VNo effort will be made to enforce Iowas new egggrading law until a ruling is is sued on a request for a temporary injunction against the act Secre tary of Agriculture Clyde Spry an planes were in action in Korea had been helpful to the Communists Spry made the announcement in District Judge Ray C Fountains court after participants in the case 3d w for publication Eastlands statement Friday said the subcommittee has been in formed by the Defense Depart i is unable as a hearing on the request for a temporary injunction To Resume for publication at the Pentagon Obtained Clearance Sprys announcement came when the plaintiffs in the case had sought a temporary restraining or coming exchange of U S and Sov iet farm delegations From All Points Stover was quoted as saying We hope the Soviet farmers will have the opportunity to talk with repre sentatives of different groups and to see Iowa from all points of The foreign affairs weekly quoted Stover as replying when asked how Iowa farmer exchange j Friday among retailers and taxpayers alike The American public in generi State Tax Commission officials said a certain amount of al sticks to our form of govern sion and misunderstanding had been anticipated They added it e ment our constitution and theably would be a week or two before all the wrinkles were ironed 1J right to private property It Here were a few typical considers peaceful coexistence both tions desirable and necessary and thatj A grocer running his finger both our nations and civilizationsa cross the tax computation table could survive in this atomic time he toted a patrons bill Though this point of view Im afraid well nev meets strong opposition public ler escape having to lean on this opinion inclines more and more tochart You just cant figure the However Eastland said the New ur York Times has stated publidv its of the law records indicate that Austin steP6 a one for tamed clearance for the story from George Zanies Ufason City pro Jack Shea then a civilian memduce dealer and T R Fredericks her of the Air Force press desk J Buffalo Center grocer seek both a The Times in a dispatch fromiteinporary and permanent injunc its Washington bureau said to restrain Iowa officials from late Gen Hoyt S enforcing the law then Air Force chief of staff hadj Unconstitutional aeen identified as the Pentagonj official who authorized The plaintiffs claim the law is The Times said Shea recalled chief of Air Force information feltj Zanios told the court Saturday the clearance should come fromthat if the law is enforced he will be forced to close his twomfllion the highest level I have no reason to doubt tbejdollarayear egg Zanios itruth of this statement by the Newjsaid he sells an average of York Eastland said andjcases of current receipt eggs an would appear tbatjnually to dealers and egg proces nothing to violatesors in Iowa and nine other states The egg aw requires licensing of he added thejegg dealers graders and AP Wirephoto FREED FROM EARTH Respondek 37 a tilelayer grimaces with pain as Milwaukee firemen free him from a cavedin ditch after he was buried to his waist Friday He suffered fractured left leg and bruises TRANSIT STRIKES TOO No Hope for Quick Copper Settlement By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The nations steel mills made ready Saturday for an early resump tion of operations but hopes faded for quick settlement of a strike against three of the nations largest copper producers The shortest steel strike in the industrys history ended Friday when U S Steel signed a contract with the CIO United Steelworkers pending a 12hour walkout Within hours all the industrys Big Six Sen Vinson Sees No Trouble in Passage of Ikes Program By RUSSELL BRINES WASHINGTON Rep Vinsoa predicted Saturday Con gress soon will give President Ei senhower the kind of military re serve program he Vinson chairman of the House Armed Services Committee said in an interview he expects no trouble in the Senate for a meas ure to swell the nations man reserve to a trained force of by 1960 Sen Russell chairman of the Senate Armed Senices Committee said a subcommittee soon will begin hearings on the bill Voice Vote Breaking a sixweek impassa over an antisegregation proposal the House passed the bill Friday by voice vote In an earlier key vote Republi cans and Southern Democrats com bined to defeat a new effort by Rep Powell DNY to bring about racial integration in the Na tional Guard The Powell amend ment went down on a 156105 standing vote The measure would set up a new sixmonths training program for teenage volunteers who would be obligated to serve 7i years re serve duty but would escape the twoyear draft Active Duty It also provides that reservists failing to maintain prescribed training standards could be re called for 45 days active duty Vinson called it a good strong bill the kind the President The first attempt to get a re serve bill through the House failed May 18 when Powell won accept ance of an amendment to bar the Of course ward this Friendly Reception We believe the Russian delega per cent sales tax in your head in a jiffy like you could under the old 2 per cent Lundy Sets Commissions New Policy AMES a policy of keeping the public completely tion will find a friendly reception Many Uvem operators raised among the majority of citizens in prices 4 cents on bottle beer nnd and fully informed the new State Iowa and the exchange of delegai added a pemiy to it Highway Commission made its turns will bring many benefits be125 and 30 cents per bottle but report to lowans Saturday cause the exchange of trade and same cut the tariff on Through Chairman Russell F cultural delegations is necessary schooners to 14 cents plusJLundy of Des Moines the com for progress in relations between 3 penny for tax Thus in effect I mission said it would do every governments ithey were absorbing the tax onjthing in its power to expedite Stover whose home is at beer But an lowan who Gov Leo Hoeghs roads program ton was president of the lowajcaned the Tax Commission to comincluding widening of narrow high Farmers Union which in 1954 he was charged 9 cents tax expelled from the National Farmj whe he bought a round of 9 schoon ers Union Stover said at that timejers of beer for his friends argued the real reason for the expulsion j he should have paid only 3 cents was that he had been politically He was national co chairman of the Progressive party in 1948 TOUGH KITTY Jepson a farmer living near Nashua is undergoing treatment for rabies which he ac quired as the result of a cat bite The vicious little feline bit through a pair of overalls to inflict an in fectuous gash tax and the commission agreed The commission also agreed with an lowan who said he was over charged a cent when he was taxed one cent on a pack of cigarettes and another cent on an almost simultaneous purchase of coffee and doughnuts at 15 cents in a ways and bridges 1 Iowas program for 1955 of paint marking highways with white and yellow lines is com plete except for a few isolated dealers graders and whole make this statement in the interest of complete Muscatine Invaded by Fish Flies MUSCATINE UP Downtown street lights were turned off at 9 Friday in a move to combat an invasion by fish flies which flew in from the Mississip pi River The flies also invaded downtown Armstrong Man Killed in Minnesota ARMSTRONG A 21yearold Armstrong man Gerald ONeil was fatally injured when his car Davenport attracted by the over on a highway near J W Anderson general managerjBrainard Saturday He died of the municipal light department ordered lights turned off after con ferring with Police Chief Ted Mc Gill However lights in Riverside Park were left on because it is near the river and officials hoped stretches A steppedup program flies would congregate there center line marking is planned for 1956 2 The commission has given the goahead sign for a new pro gram of printing weekly detour maps which will be distributed restaurant Tax officials said that free to newspapers radio and tele the two purchases totaled vision stations chambers of com About The Weather Mason City Mostly fair Iowa Partly cloudy Minnesota Partly cloudy Globe Gazette weather data up o 8 a m Satur day Maximum 88 Minimum 63 At 8 a m 68 Precip YEAR AGO SHOWBtS Maximum 74 Minimum 671 since only 40 cents he owed only a pen ny tax Another complaint came from a man who said he was charged 2 cents tax or a total of 51 cents by a place which sells cigarettes two for 49 exclusive of tax The second cent of tax docs not be come collectible unless the pur chase is 50 cents SAME DATE1954270 Black fUr traffic death in 24 houn past merce motels hotels motor clubs etc 3 Commissioners emphasized a keen interest in the toll road program and said they would fol Lights also were left on in resi dential areas The flies live for only 24 hours in a Brainard hospital shortly after the accident occurred ONeil who attended St Johns University at Collegeville for the last three years went to Minnesota to bring back his girl friend to Armstrong for the holi day weekend He was the son of Mr and Mrs John F ONeil vice president of V r i I i VV and in the past they have beenjthe Armstrong bank He had been carted awav hv InirlrlnaHc AI L i carted away by truckloads after aj nightime invasion REAL FANCY CAR helping his father in the bank since school dismissed month earlier this In addition to his parents Gerald LONDON actor Tyis survived by three brothers John rone Power has bought one of Jim and Jean all of Armstrong those fancy European sports cars but it has only one cylinder The gated National He was a member of the Marvs Catholic Church and was low it very closely through Chris i 1908 De Dion twoseater Larsen igleaming brass lamps car Power is shipping home is a graduated from the Armstrong with High School in 1951 Funeral rites pending ISABEL BONNER Actress Dies in Midst of Stage Play LOS ANGELES tfl Veteran Broadway actress Isabel Bonner died Friday night in the midst of a scene on the stage of the Cartbay Circle Theater The curtain was rung down im mediately The audience at the theater where she was playing the female lead in The Shrike didnt know what had happened until Stage Manager Henry Staudigl told them she was dead Miss Bonner was 47 Staudigl heart attack producers had signed up The union got slightly more than 15 cents an hour wage boost Be fore the raise the workers had averaged an hour Steel announced after the settlement it is boosting prices about a ton and other pro ducers are expected to follow suit Expresses Doubt In Denver a spokesman for the International Union of Mine Mill Smelter workers expressed doubt I that differences which led to a strike against three of the na tions major copper producers could be ironed out before late next week He said bargaining sessions had been recessed at Butte Miami and Salt Lake City and that negotiators for both sides probably would study counter pro posals over the weekend and meet for fullscale discussions Tuesday to segre Guard units He was supported then by many mem bers who opposed the reserve pro gram for a variety of reasons The bill then was withdrawn to save it from possible defeat Eisenhower said Powells amend ment was out of place in legisla tion of this sort He appealed for popular support in his campaign for legislation to build a stronger reserve he said was vital to na tional security Revised Bill Finally a slightly revised bill was sent back to the House It sidestepped the segregation issue Powell turning down a personal plea from the President offered a new amendment Friday to deny draft exemption to National Guard volunteers if they joined segre gated units It was beaten The bill passed after the House turned back by a 16152 standing vote a move by Rep Nelson R Affected by the strike are plants Me to th blU back to com and mines operated by the for further studv Smelting Refining Co I Rep Bow withdrew his amendment to bar assignment of American troops to 15 allied na tions holding treatygiven juris diction over American servicemen involved in criminal cases Bow said he had been assured the House foreign Affairs Committea can PhelpsDodge and Kenne cott Copper Corp Employes stayed on the job at the Anaconda the other of the Big Four pro ducers The Big Four employs an es timated to union members who are seeking a 20 cents hourly wage hike plus fringe benefits Wages Now said he believed a er death A Wages for underground miners now are to for an eighthour day and to for common laborers Strikes of bus and streetcar oper ators went into their second day in Washington and Buffalo A transit strike went into its 12th day in Los Angeles jwould investigate the situation Approve Amendment Approved by voice vote was an amendment by Rep Thomson R Wyo providing that youths must complete high school or wait until they are 19 years old before volun teering for the sixmonth training corps Pentagon sources said they feared this proviso could be crip pling It was considered possible the Senate may take it out In other sections the bill would However a threatened strike Iower from to six years the against the Railway E x pr e s sjtotal time a senice man must Agency was averted at least 30 spend on active duty and in the days Friday vhen President Heavy Rains Sweep Across Iowa DES MOINES W A band of jvere and some telephone lines were thunderstorms swept across north central and northeast Iowa early Saturday dumping up to 2lis inches of rain at some points Rainfall reported for the period ending at most of it falling early Saturday included Marble Rock inches Shell Rock Mason City Charles City Waterloo Dumonl 60 Dubuque 03 knocked out between Waterloo and Waverly and Waterloo and Du buque centered in South Dakota was ex pected to reach northwest Iowa during the day shifting to the cen tral and southeast Saturday night The Cedar Falls Highway Patrol and continuing in the eastern half office said that area had heavy rain and winds but no apparent major damage Belmond also reported strong Sunday morning Cooler air will follow the showers spreading over the northwest half rv tWn fin A f4 during the night and covering most winds and heavy rain as did the1 of the state Sunday Waverly area Forecasters said another long cause will be made Saturday the coroners office said She was playing a hospital scene with male lead Dane Clark in the first act when she suddenly fell forward on the bed where Clark I Eisenhower appointed an emergen fh cv to look into a wage dis pute between the company and the AFL Teamsters Union Another teamsters strike that has curtailed motor freight move ment in New England continued Six pickets three of them wom was supposed to be a patient Clark leaned forward and his arm around her Ann speakjat the strike hound Appleton Elec en were arrested in Milwaukee after a clash with police to he interpolated into the dialogue Is something the mat wrong darling I trie Co foundry in suburban South Milwaukee cr J Ull Then he realized something was At Waterloo lightning was sezone of thundershower activity now IOWAN KILLED KANSAS CITY Alva Lang Waterloo had Fridays state highiwrong He turned to the wings and so Marsballtown Iowa died of of 92 while Mason City had burns suffered in a collision of two trucks near Liberty Friday i nights low of 62 1 Bring down the reserves It also would authorize the President in an emergency to call up one million reservists with out congressional approval Monster Found in Oklahoma Bathtub OKLAHOMA CITY were skeptical when they were called to investigate a monster in the bathtub of Mrs Helen Wolfe but they found one all four foot snake They said the water moccasin must have come up the drain from the North Canadian River which runs a block from the house
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