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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 19, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THt NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES All NORTH 10WANS NEIGHIORS HOME EDITION VOL LXI AMoeUted Preu and United Full Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JULY If This Paper of Two Ml Not Time to Unite Germany Bulganin Russians Guests at Picnic 12 Stop at Hora Farm from Our Wire Set WASHINGTON Iowa UP Twelve touring Russians Tuesday sat down to an Iowa farm dinner of fried chicken potatoes gravy and corn on the cob The dinner was served at the farm home of George Hora six miles north of here and the menu included potato salad hot rolls and farm butter strawberry jam three kinds of pie cake and iced tea The Russian farm experts ob serving Iowas cornhog economy with a view toward adapting it to their homeland arrived at Horas dirt farm after a couple of unscheduled stops enroute from Des Moines They stopped their bus at the farm of Dale Vincent near here when they saw him op erating a selfpropelled combine in an oat field Vladimir Matskevich chief of the delegation and first deputy minister of Russian agriculture told Vincent the Russians manu facture similar combines Tummy Buster Earlier the Russians stopped at roadside ice cream and malt shop near Oskaloosa where A V Tulipnikov downed a concoction known as an Idiots and another R u s s i a n Tummy AP Wirephoto MILK men is old stuff to Mrs George Hora of near Washington Iowa shown with her daughter Katherin 7 Mrs Hora Tuesday served a pic nic lunch to the 12 Russian farm experts visiting of course she served them milk instead of the traditional vodka Minister Asks Excuse From Air Wedding Ritual Planned Over Northwood MINNEAPOLIS upuThe minis ter scheduled to marry a Minne apolis model and a wealthy Kan sas City cemetery executive Tuesday asked to be excused from the airborne ceremony The Rev George A Butters and pastor of Minnehaha Methodist ordered a Church here said it would be impossible for him to officiate at The Soviet farm group barrelled the wedding of Marion Sutton along on a fine twolane concrete Iowa Soviets have very few concrete roads in a big shiny chartered Rus sians fyave no buses quite like this one They traveled sometimes at speeds of 70 miles an hour such a speed in a Soviet bus on a Soviet road would be a pretty risky proposition Iowa Gov Leo Hoegh Monday night spoke at a dinner given the Russians He said the trip of the Russians to Iowa and the trip of lowans to Russia would help us live in peace not only with each other but also with the rest of the Wanted Peace Matskevich replied that he was particularly inspired by the por tion of the governors speech deal ing with peace He declared that if the Soviet Union and the United States live in peace together no one will dare attempt to start a war Matskevich presented Gov Hoegh with a large box painted by 27 and Edward L Doc Wil liams 52 The couple plans to be mar ried in a chartered commercial airliner over Northwood Iowa July 30 Skywriting planes ac companying the airliner will sketch arrowpierced hearts dur Results Expected at Talks Second Drama Anticipated By ANDY MONTGOMERY tp the GlobeGazette GENEVA hush of en veloped this beautiful lake city swelled to many times its normal population by armies of official and unofficial bystanders Observers here expect Big Four conference will produce more than talk that the oundation for a m o r e peaceful world will be laid However no one here or in Germany is at empting to predict the results of his parley expected to reach its peak in midweek Strangely while the spotlight is presently centered on the current alks many place more import on another international drama to be staged here next month Powerful A German diplomat here unof icially feels the August atoms orpeace confabs if not as spec tacular will prove to be no less mportant He commented that the one end result of the present talks vill be a powerful influence on that future atomic meeting He told this reporter that the sec 3nd drama here will be an assur ance of some concrete achieve ments possibly the ultimate re sult of an exchange of ideas on peaceful atomic uses among na tions It also will de clared an unprecedented stock pile of nuclear fission information The Swiss also place more stress on these future talks Through the years they have maintained their own brand of peace by staying aloof from any war backing their views with a welltrained and al BIG 4 IN PALACE Eisenhower ges tures as he talks with Russias Premier Bulganin left in the garden of Palace of Nations at Geneva Tuesday French But Ike Remains Confident Big 4 Tackle Top Issues By MAX HARRELSON GENEVA I President Eisen hower at Tuesdays summit session appealed to the es pecially to his old friend Georgi K help speed the unifica tion of Germany But Premier Bulganin declared the time has not come to reunite East and West Germany The question of Germany tops the agenda in the Big Four con ference After Tuesdays talks the Russians wanted to move on to other subjects The matter of mov ing on was left for decision Wednes Sir Anthony Eden complete the group which posed for its day first official photograph President Eisenhower at one AP Wirephoto Premier Edgar Faure second from right and Britains waysready border guard But they admit this force would not tnjAjiil JLV1 V IDS the ceremony and will spell jhave much chance Serum for 2nd Round to Arrive DES MOINES LrVPolio vaccine for the second round of Salt shots for Iowa first and second graders is enroute to Des Moines the State Health Department said Tuesday Vaccine for shots is being received from the PitmanMoore Indianapolis Ind The Iowa vaccine will be han dled on a county option basis said Dr Ralph Heeren director of the states Division of Preventable Diseases School Opens just married in giant let atomic threat afinr tno out ters after the nuptials A spokesman for the Methodist Church here said Rev Butters had returned from a vacation Monday and learning of the plans which now surround the wedding and which were not in cluded in the original arrange ments with him Mr Butters has issued the following statement Circumstances have de veloped around this wedding which make it impossible for me to officiate and I have asked to be The secretary said Williams was not in Minneapolis and he did not know where the million aire president of Memorial Gar dens Assn could be reached The secretary said Miss Sul o organ aniiaLiuii in each county will decide whether to give second shots this First School in Kentucky Is DESEGREGATED MONTICELLO Ky Negroes ranging in age from 6 to IS Monday became the first to attend a desegregated public school in Kentucky It also was the first time the children of Clark Stonewall had studied inside a classroom Heretofore their father had taught them rather than send them on a county school bus to Travis Elementary School here The teacher the oneroom Griffin School wjth its 35 white pupils said all got along beautifully on this the opening day of the fall The Stonewall family Is the only Negro family living in the south east section of the county served by the rural Griffin School 225 Convicts Continue Strike in Nevada Prison Grounds CARSON CITY Nev occasional catcall pierced the desert silence throughout the night at the Nevada State Prison as some 225 carried on a sitdown strike in the flood lighted Meantime the Swiss have en forced stringent security measures to assure the success of the cur rent talks Sscurity guards both uniformed and plain clothes are filtering throughout the city to guard against any international in cident Easily Spotted This force is backstopped by se curity officers from the powers in volved in the talks The most rec ognizable are the Soviet officers Their stiffly padded coats and bell bottomed trousers stand out in any crowd The Palais des Nations onetime home of the League of Nations is ringed by guards who check and gently turn away any f i ut duu Uloo OUL j ton ha received a diamondI Authorized person This build They are famous for their skill and studded watch from Williams as iu L i oiuuutvi iium tiuuamt da the beauty of their workmanship a weddmg gift He said Three members of the Russian delegation went on a whirlwind shopping tour Monday afternoon The trio looked and acted like average manonthestreet Ameri can shoppers The Russians paid for their pur chases with cash usually big bills peeled off a big roll of big bills They knew exactly what they wanted and kept asking clerks the same question Is it the best They had difficulty translating clothing sizes trying to get a hat lizcd 55 and a shirt sized 44 The group bought straw hats nylon mesh sport shirts and sun glasses watch has 110 stones 3 lowans in Crew of New Atom Sub GROTON Conn UVThe pros pective crew members of the worlds second atomic powered submarine include three lowans They are Boyd W Cohenour ENS Burlington Sylvester L Meyers HM1 Sioux City and Del bert A Sexton YNl Cherokee The submarine named the Seaj wolf will be launched here Thurs ing will hold the secrets of the summit parley And security officers have taken up posts at the sites of the villas occupied by the heads of states You can look but bristling guns and forbidding frowns sway the unwary ProbaWy the most impressive of the villas is that which President Eisenhower occupies The 15room 18thcentury home of Tycoon An dre Firmenich overlooks Geneva Lake The beauty is marred only by form Secret Service men stand ing at all gates Dulles Place Close by is the villa day It is being built for the Navy La Ter occupied by Secretary of Gencral Dynamics Corp Womans Tip Enables FBI to Nab Man Who Took CLEVELAND W A of here and barely in John Foster Dulles Soviet of Premier Nikolai A Bulganin de cided not to stray too far from his Russian subjects and occupies villa La adjoining the Soviet legation Foreign Minister V M Molotov is staying with him Closest to the conference site is the villa of Foreign Secretary Har old MacMillan of England It is lo cated just behind the United Na suspicion provided the tip which population Building British Prime Min Monday night enabled the FBI to The Siemers were living Anthonv Eden is also not cut short a monthslong effort toiundcr the name of Mr and MrsJ far away summer or wait until school opens in the fall Dr Heeren estimated it would take 10 days or more for a county to get organized for a second round clinic Because school is out organization would have to begin from scratch Large population counties especially probably will decide for the most part to wait until fall Dr Heeren said Given in May Iowas first round allocation of Salk vaccine from which shots were given in May was sufficient for vaccinations There was enough of this ship ment left over however to pro vide second round shots in Jasper and Calhoun counties plus some additional Dr Heeren said he be lieved the second allo cation would be adequate for cur rent needs or nearly so We can get them back to their Warden Art Bernard told newsmen but we dont want anyone The 136 their rebellion at Monday when they began milling about the open yard instead of lining for dinner They demanded an interview with Gov Charles Rus sell and declared they would not return to their cell blocks until they talked with him Among the inmates demands were more variety in food dis Bond Issue Vetoed Again at Algona ALGONA in the r t v j J charge of a prison doctor and cap Central community school district tain tho Monday turned down for the sec ond time a bond issue for construction of a high school The vote was 447410 about 7 per cent short of the required 60 Eer cent majority approval tain of the guard twice yearly personal appearances before the State Parole Board more work for inmates no reprisals be cause of the rebellion lower prices at the prison Im not promising anything Ike Center of Crowds at Geneva From Our Wire Services President Eisenhower became the center of a minor mob scene in downtown Geneva Tues day when he went shopping for toys for his three grandchildren Eisenhower faced a moment of temporary embarrassment after making his selection when he dis covered he had no Swiss currency He asked the shopkeeper if he might buy on credit 3The shop keeper charged the purchases ladly i i I point directed his remarks directly jto Zhukov who is Soviet defense minister and was a comrade in arms with Eisenhower in World War II Accept Idea The President urged that the Russians accept the idea of NATO the North Atlantic Treaty Organ Eisenhower appealed to the Rus sians to accept his word as a sol dier that the United States would never be a party to an aggression and that Russia had nothing to fear from NATO Bulganin replied that he ac cepted Eisenhowers words and promises but that since the Presi dent left NATO headquarters some individuals had made statements contrary to his as to the aims of NATO Eisenhower before he ran for President was commander of NA TO Forces in Europe The reports on Tuesdays ses sion came from press officers of Eisenhower sped into Geneva irom his suburban villa at Cruex deGenthod for a conference at the American delegation headquarters n the Hotel du Rhone before at tending the afternoons summit meeting He stopped off at a small toy shop on the banks of the swirling ment Reporters are not admitted to the conference hall The accounts went like this At one point Eisenhower said he would like to talk about NATO as a means of collective security Ha urged Zhufcov to listen carefully The President said he was mak ing this appeal because he and 24 PERISH BERLIN East German news agency ADN reported Mon day that 24 miners were killed when fire raged through uranium pit near Aue East Germany 11 miles north of the Czech border The report said 96 were injured SAME DATEW4314 Black means traffic death to past 24 hours green Rhone River in midGeneva w H 7h i i T j 11 mi T AQUKOV are old mends Zhukov al to shop for my The Presi dent halted in the midst of the crowd on leaving and shook bauds with a number of wellwishers Askedhow the Big Four confer ence was progressing hower smiled and said so far very I feel pretty good so he added The President selected one large works or storm the walls find a young bank teller accused I Charles MacTavish With them of embezzling from a Staten Island N Y bank last Sept 28 The woman had seen a picture of the tellers wife in a New York newspaper and last Saturday she thought she saw her bring a pair of mens trousers into a dry clean ing shop in neighboring Lorain County She was right As a result FBI agents arrested John C Sicmer 24 and his wife Henrietta 23 in the village of South Amhersl located 35 miles were their three children aged 4 2 and 1 They had been there since November and Siemer was work ing off and on selling real estate H 0 Hawkins Cleveland FBI chief said was found in a suitcase tucked away over some rafters in the house Previously at jSicmers home in New York po lice had recovered which Siemers 17yearold sister Bess told them she found in the refrige rator French Premier Edgar Faure and Foreign Minister Antoine Pi nay reside in a 22room mansion in which Red Chinas Chou Enlai stayed during the Asian parley So amid this peacefulness the talks that hold the future of the world go on DIES AT 101 DES MOINES Wash ington Day who confessed more interest in Abraham Lincoln than in his namesake died Monday at 101 of the grievances are undoll and two smaller ones for the Bernard said Hwo granddaughters and a white Flood lights were turned on glider and an alpine horn for the around the 30foothigh walls asjboy dark fell Fifty heavily armed high way patrolmen and prison guards patrolled tie walls As the night wore on the rebel lion settled down to a cold with each side attempting to outsit the other The prisoners had not eaten since noon the warden said and could not take over any of the prison so knows Eisenhower went on that on the basis of one soldier speaking to another that the President never has spoken a sin gle word which is not true Third Session The third session of the summit conference following up Mondays two preliminary meetings lasted 2 hours 40 minutes Shortly before the leaders met their foreign min isters agreed upon a conference agenda with the question of Ger many as topic No 1 The Russians Monday called for abolition of NATO as one of the steps leading toward German uni Enjoying Visit Mamie Eisenhower is en joying jfication In appealing Tuesday to her visit attend ing luncheons and just taking it easy at the presidential villa on Lake Geneva Appearing well rested after a long stay at the Eisenhowers Pennsylvania farm before coming to Geneva the First Lady has been warmly received in this city of the summit conference While the President is busily en gaged at the summit meetings and business related to them Mrs Eisenhower has been seeing quite a bit of the city and the country side AP Wirephoto GUARD NEVADA Nevada state patrolman left and a state prison guard armed with a shotgun and machinegun stand guard over some of the 225 convicts who staged a sitdown strike in the main prison yard The group demanded a meeting with Gov Charles Russell TORNADO HITS TAIPEI Formosa than 200 houses were destroyed or dam aged by a tornado that knifec through the industrial town oJ Hsinchu in northwest Formosa Monday Three persons were hurt About The Weather Mason City Fair hot Iowa Clear humid Minnesota Fair humid HUMID Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 a m Tues day Maximum 88 Minimum 66 At 8 a m 80 YEAR AGO Maximum 87 Minimum Zhukov and the other Russians to reappraise NATO President Eis enhower described it as a true agency of peace The Russians have insisted that NATO is an aggressive organiza tion aimed at the Soviet Union and have demanded its elimination as an essential to peace in Eu rope Eisenhower told the conference he has had enough of war He said he never would have assumed command of NATO early in 1951 if he regarded it as an agency for war The President said that at the end of World War II the main problem was what to do about Germany A vacuum had been cre ated by the destruction of Hitler ism he said and to leave such a vacuum in existence would have been an invitation to restoration of Hitlerism Not Discouraged Shortly before the meeting con vened Eisenhower indicated he was not discouraged by the devel opments so far despite what some American officials called the neg ative attitude of Soviet Premier Bulganin on the German problem Monday night President Eisen iiower played host to the Soviet delegation at a champagne sup per in his villa The President gave Marshal Georgi Zhukov the Soviet defense minister wedding presents for his daughter They were a small port able American radio and a mar ble pen and ink stand inscribed 62 from Eisenhower   

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