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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 8, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited ft MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHIORS HOME EDITION VOL LXI Pnu and United Prtw Full Scren Cenu Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JULY 8 1955 Thta Paper Consists of Two No Ml ISC Releases Russian Farm Itinerary MILITARY ASSISTANCE HIT Committee Asks 20 Per Cent Cut in Foreign Aid Bill WASHINGTON House Appropriations committee Friday recommended a 20 per cent cut amounting to in funds requested by President Eisenhower to finance the foreign aid pro gram In sending to the House floor for debate next week a j money bill the committee complained of a chaotic fiscal situation the military aid part of the pro AP ESCAPE Bond vocational director at the Washington State Prison Walla Walla inspects a large hole battered in a barred window part of costly damage done by rioting convicts in a twoday revolt Rioters seized much of the prison and took hostages before quiet was restored early Thursday Convicts spent the night Thursday in the open while prison guards searched for hidden weapons Coast Guard Says Sinking Was UNDOUBTEDLY HOAX NEW YORK tffThe Coast Guard called off a search Friday for a ship which was reported sinking Thursday The alarm was undoubtedly a the service said The search began when a distress call was received over radio telephone The call purportedly came from a fishing boat which identified itself as The Blue It sard it was sinking after striking a strange object off the New Jersey Coast An immediate search by ship and plane began No sign of a dis aster could be found Subcommittee Would Boost Gasoline Tax For Interstate Road Building Our evaluation is there is nothing out Lt Cmdr James jblocked action on any of numerous Doyle Coast Guard public information officer said Friday He noted that the search found only a defective life preserver and an oil slick in the area where the boat was supposed to have sunk Such discoveries are not uncommon the Coast Guard said Salk Polio Vaccine Is Released First Okayed Since June 6 WASHINGTON in The Pub lic Health Service Friday re leased approximately shots of Saik polio vaccine tested under new standards It is the first vac cine to be released since June 6 The vaccine was produced by the Wyeth Laboratories of Mariet ta Pa Vaccint Retested A health service spokesman said the vaccine had been in process when revised production standards were laid down on May 26 The vaccine was retested under the new standards The health service said the re lease brings to cubic centimeters the total amount of vaccine made available for uset since the adoption of the revised LAS VEGAS Nev men brightening the dice tables standards Prior to that date apjnew SlOO bills touched off a transcontinental police investigation proximately cubic centijtheir possible connection with the biggest cash bank robbery on WASHINGTON House Pub gram It voiced concern over lastmin ute obligation of funds in what it said was an obvious move to pre vent them from being rescinded Fiscal Year Funds provided in the bill are for use during the fiscal year that started July l They would supple ment an estimated in unexpended balances from pre vious appropriations lie Works Subcommittee decidedjfor military assistance The 705 Friday on a 24 billion dollar 12 millions approved the committee year interstate road building prosaid should prove adequate for gram and on a big boost in highjrequirements of the program dur iway user taxes to help pay for it ing the year i Members of the subcommittee The total in the money bill as it iheaded by Rep Fallen came from committee was more jsaid a majority reached generalithan 648 million dollars below the agreement along these lines butjamount allowed in a compromise The biggest cash cut imposed mr TrT AP wirejmoto 420 million dollars chorraed STRUCK IT Akron district housewives who struck what appears to be pay dirt while prospecting in Canada show rock samples of their claim The rock is loaded with uranium The women are left to right Betty 13Member Group Here on July 17 To See Typical Iowa Farms AMES uvThe visiting Russian agricultural delegation scheduled to arrive in Iowa July 17 will see many types of farming farm processing and agricultural re search on a tentative itinerary an nounced by Iowa State College The college said the itinerary released Thursday was arranged at the request of Secretary of j State Dulles Final selection of actual farms to be visited has not been made but the college said in so far as possible the farms will be con fined to familytype farms typi cal of Corn and Hogs The farmer and his family will was 420 million dollars chopped from the requested Cliff Ruth Wileman and Dorothy Madigan postponed formal action Rival Proposes authorization bill which went through both houses of Congress The subcommittee was appointedjThursday The authorization figure to try to end a stalemate that had was IN LAS VEGAS Nab Pair Suspects in Chase Robbery Loaded With Bills rival proposals for a vast new road building program President Eisenhower has advo cated the multibillion dollar con struction plan but proposed financ ing it largely through bonds out side the federal debt Military Aid For military aid the authorization would have permitted 000 The committee commented in a report drafted by Rep Passman DLa that estimates of unobli gated balances in the military part The Senate discarded the bond of the program on June 30 ranged proposal and passed a similar bill by Sen Gore DTenn without precise provision for financing Some House members have from 100 to 932 million dollars It said the Defense Department hastily obligated 951 millions dur despite a written under the committee that sisted that the road building proj standing gram should provide for tax millions of unobligated balances creases to help pay for it jshould not be released for reser vation by the department tell the story of the farm opera don the college said with special emphasis on the raising of hogs and corn production Technical assistance available through Iowa State College state and federal agencies and private organizations also will be included The 13member delegation is ex pected to arrive in Des Moines by slane Sunday July 17 and will ravel in Iowra on a bus chartered at a day The Russians will oot this bill as well as all others The group will remain in Iowa until July 30 when it will go to Nebraska on the next leg of the U S visit Two Interpreters The Soviet delegation will be ac companied by two interpreters and Dr Bay Christenson of the U S Department of Agriculture The group will be under the supervi sion of John Strohm Woodstock an editor of farm publications who was the first American ad mitted to travel in Russia to study Thats the crop picture in North Iowa at about the halfway pointagriculture foEowing World War NORTH IOWA CROP PICTURE Corn and Oats in Good Shape Little Rust Com Borers By ROLF HOFSTAD GlobeGazette Farm Editor Corn is excellent oats In the best shape in years and there are few corn borers help pay Hike Schedule in the growing season Except for a pocket around Forest City and Thompson in Winne bago County rainfall has been about right Although this June threatened to be as dry as any niRC jtmrauicr XT The subcommittee agreement The committee objected to the on record the rains of the last and stabilization Committee editorial earlier this year mtne II The visit by the Russians as well as a reciprocal trip by farm leaders to Russia springs from was said to call for this schedulejpractice of reserving or obligatj weeks have put corn back on its of tax hikes to raise 11 to 12 billion funds at the last minute in orj feet dollars over a 14 year period der to carry them forward into the Oats are shaping up for a near Gasoline taxes increased from 2 new year It said these funds often record yield according to farm of ASC office manager J MonroeDes Moiaes Register and Tribune The paper noting Kremlin com Ryburn Corn Has made a wonderful growth during the past ten days meters had been made available since the beginning of the vac cination program on April 12 Each vaccination shot requires one cc of vaccine Also Announced The health service also an nounced 1 It has formulated a tenta tive program for developmental research aimed at discovering New York police summoned victims of the bank robbery to view truck tubes 9 to 15 cents a pound photographs of the two Friday And experts are checking their finger prints in search of a link with men who took from a Chase Manhattan Bank in Queens last April 6 Police here arrested Frank Ells worth 36 aind Ray Wilson 33 after casino cashiers told how they moved from one gaming table to another buying chips with crisp SlOO bills Tornado Hits Farm Hear Estherville The proposal also would increase excise taxes on trucks from 8 to 10 per cent Committee members indicated formal action on the proposal would be held up pending further conferences with the Ways and Means Committee and with Repub lican and Democratic leaders new knowledge immediately ap plicable to the further improve 5100 Bills ment and testing of poliomyelitis Detective Lt B J Handlon said Ellsworth had 61 hundreddollar destroyed a barn and other outj 2 It has assigned scientists tojbiUs and wnson 91 wnen they buildings on the Charles Foster plants of the six vaccine picked up here Tnursday jfarm near here Thursday night facturers who will visit thej EUsworth said he sold magazine driving pieces of he barn through plants frequently m order to fa1 Wilson said he walls of the farmhouse where ESTHERVILLE OB A twister cilitate more rapid exchange of clotnier Police searched information between scientists ofj the pharmaceutical industry the federal government and BULLETIN LONDON Radio an nounced Friday night the depar ture of three turncoat American soldiers had to be They had been scheduled for re leased at the Hong Kong border with Red China Saturday The Peiping broadcast blamed the postponement on the failure of British authorities to supply transit permits for the crossing into Hong Kong iroom a lux hote M told ound Jnore Ellsworth was freed Thursday night on a writ of habeas corpus Wilson remained in jail on an in vestigation of robbery booking Ellsworths attorney posted 000 bond with the writ which is returnable Monday If he doesnt appear the is forfeited But police also have his half of the in their safe Have Records While Las Vegas officers checked the bills serial numbers New York authorities checked 1Q people were Baying The storm tore down a windmill tower and blew away an emp ty brooder house It narrowly missed striking the house The twister slammed boards from the barn through the windows of the house and uprooted a num ber of trees in Fosters orchard Part of the barn roof was hurled to the top of the house DEWEY FARM BURNS PAWLING de stroyed six structures on the Dutcbess County farm of former About The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy Iowa Scattered showers Minnesota Cloudy and cooler SHOWBtS Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 a m Fri day Maximum 89 Minimum 74 At 8 a m 77 YEAR AGO Maximum 79 Minimum 60 photos and fingerprints of the pair Both have records jday Handlon said Ellsworth was free on bond in bank robbery cases at Memphis and Tulsa and has a robbery charge against him at Wichita Kan He said Wilson said he had served time in the Oklahoma prison at McAlester E Dewey early Fri Woman Dies in CarTruck Accident all obligations to free large sums of money for future programs Thunderstorm and Tornado Warning Out DES MOINES UP The Weather Bureau issued the following severe weather ad jvisory Friday noon An iso lated tornado or two along jwith widely scattered severe jthunderstorms from 3 to in an area as BATAVIA UP Doris Verla follows in northeastern Iowa bounded bv the points f u 20miles north to Cedar Rysdom about 30 of near pt turmva was injured fatelly Friday when the car she was driving col r lided almost headon with a truck on U S 34 just west of here Rapids to 3o miles northwest Howard Sables Ottumwa the of Des Moines to 30 miles truck driver was hospitalized at northeast of Mason City and Ottumwa with chest injuries back to 20 miles northwest of A person living in the vicinity of Dubuque the accident drove the victims toj the hospital SIGNS TREATY LONDON UP Queen Eliza beth signed the Austrian treaty Thursday YOUTH DROWNS OTTUMWA UP Tom Kelly cause of this never got a start Little Rust Rust has been a major problem the last three years Not so this year Some estimates on the oats crop range as high as 50 bushels an acre The picture will focus in another week or two when the first returns are in So far it has been limited to a few scattered fields in shocks Hamptons Carl Render of the extension service says oats and corn there were pretty dry before the rains of last weekend but look fine now Very little if any reports Render for Franklin County Much better than average pros pects for a really good oats yield he As for corn in that area Render says one farmerhas corn that is already beginning to tassel but that is the exception Corn gen erally is better than at this point last year especially in the north part of the county Few Borers Corn borers he says wont be much of a problem this year Farmers who sprayed will get a bonus in corn yield The borer kill percentage was excep plaints about Soviet agriculture said the Russians ought to come is done in accepted by Nikita Khrush chev The Soviet delegation is an of Borers Not much of a threat Some Shocked Oats Harvesting should begin initial one earnest next week Few acres On Own Expenses shocked but none windrowed Best However a 12man American 19 son of Mrs Roy Kelly Otjtionally high for those who sprayed tumwa drowned in the Des a couple of weeks ago Moines River Thursday while This is the picture in Cerro Gor swimming with a brother Terry County as reported by Agricul More Employed Than Ever in History WASHINGTON W More thanlemploymcnt on farms and vigorj services and industrial production 11949 average as 100 was down toj 64 million Americans were emous rehiring in booming industries rose by to deJ99 in June the lowest point in 18 outlook since 1950 No rust regroup making an exchange tnp to ported Was pretty dry before theRussia is paying its own expenses Officials estimated the cost to the Americans will be each This group is due in Washington next Tuesday and will leave by plane rains of last weekend Soybeans About normal with prospects bright Ryburn also reports that some fields suffered hail damage last for Europe the same day week Thev centered in the Port In Washington Strohm said he land and Burchinal areas I wants the Russians to see farm Norbert Dorow extension and farm tor for Wincebago County reports Thats where you can measure a mixed picture The entire standard of he said he says has been blessed with too He said he also hoped to work in muchrain On June 1st no less than some county fairs and some square six inches fell in two hours This flooded some corn which had to be dancing With a smile he conceded the replanted This in turn would be told also about was flooded out again last week Fanners in the county Norbert Americas wheat nag j problem of the governments says cant get into fields for thatjfarm price support program last round of cultivating Ground is too wet This may cause some dif ficulty during picking Outlook Good Oats in Winnebago County are pretty good reports the Thompson man No fields have been cut yet although that operation should be in full swing before long He adds that although several Strohm said he did not know whether Russian newsmen would cover the tour It however that the was learned Soviet news agency Tass was planning to send its Washington Bureau Chief Ge orgi Bolshakov and Mikhail Lopu kin of its New York office All Sections The Russians will visit farms in surveys were taken for corn borers all sections of Iowa county exten they didnt show up As a consesion offices college laboratories quence he doubts if many farmersand experimental yards and plots sprayed jthe Sioux City stockyards a Cedar Generally the crop outlook as of i Rapids packing plant a seed corn early July is excellent with a few I processing plant and a consoli poor spots Rainfall during the pastdated school week has given corn a boost and it should come along in pretty good shape ployed in June the greatest num ber in the nations history the Commerce and Labor Departments reported Friday SAME DATE195428S Rlurk fUc mtni truffle drilh In S4 The June employment total of compared with Unemployment on the other hand inci eased by only to a total of This was one of the smallest increases for the month of June since World War II Young job seekers were dumped on the labor market by the closing of schools as is usual in June Ibut this was offset by rising adult Climbs The number of job holders has climbed by four million from the winter low point about a million more than the normal spring ex pansion Manufacturing employment con tinued its sharp rise climbing by to million in spite of scribed by the departments as an i months unusually large increase for the season Factory WorkWeek The length of the factory work The statement by Secretary of Labor Mitchell and Secretary of Commerce Weeks added Also noteworthy was the further reduction in the number of relative increase over May did not occur because of strikes Farm employment at last month showed only a seasonal scattered work stoppages in metal Rain of work for 15 weeks or longer dropped by for the second consecutive month reaching a lev el of in previous high water mark The itinerary Sunday July 17 Arrive Des Moines airport go to Fort Des Moines hotel July State College crop production seminar Visit agron omy farm soil testing and seed testing laboratories Conferences with ISC officials and faculty members July State College live stock production seminar Visits to animal nutrition breeding and disease control farms and labora tories Individual conferences with on arrival at a hospital Dr Donianimal husbandry staff Attend Fort Dodge Man Fatally Injured in Porch Roof Collapse FORT DODGE tfl Robert J Erickson 81 was fatally injured Thursday when the porch roof of an old house he was helping dis mantle fell on him He was dead products plants iof employment was in August 1953 The seasonally adjusted index of I when men and women The total of workers in based on tbe 1947jheld civilian jobs G Brock acting coroner said Erickson suffered a crushed chest broken neck and a nearly severed left foot regular meeting of Ames Kiwania Club July to be divided into two groups to leave Ames and   

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