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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 20, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXI Associated Press United Pnu Full Leue Wires Seven OnU a Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JULY 20 1955 This Paper Consists of Two One No 243 Saigon Hotel Is Wrecked Perle Mesta Is Rescued SAIGON South Viet Nam Thousands of rioters sacked Sai gons leading hotel Wednesday An antiCommunist demonstration in tended to attract the attention ofj the Gfneva Conference turned into a carnival of destruction Perle Mesta a former min ister to Luxembourg in Saigon briefly on a world tour was trapped in a secondfloor suite of the Hotel Majestic for an hour and a half The noted Washington host ess managed to outtalk rioters who attacked her door with axes The riot erupted from a peace ful demonstration by stu dents denouncing the first anni versary of the armistice agree ment which gave Northern Viet Nam to a Communist regime The demonstration aimed to show to the Summit Conference an unwillingness of free Viet Nam to talk with the Communists about elections in 1956 or participate in any except strictly free super vised elections Called Partial The demonstration was directed to the India nPolishCanadian Armistice Commission which has its headquarters in the hotel The students accused the commission of being partial to the Communist Vietminh regime in the North A government spokesman ONE TO REPRESENT These 15 finalists pete Wednesday night for the title of Miss a pre liminary contest in the judging of Miss Universe at Long Beach Calif Miss Iowa was eliminiated in the first round judging Tuesday charged that Communist provoca Union Indicted for Influence WASHINGTON federal grand jury at Detroit Wednesday Big 4 Drop German Bill European Security Plan What Is Next at Geneva Peace May Be Mirage By ANDY MONTGOMERY Special to the GlobeGazette GENEVA Switzerland The high and mighty shook hands greeted each other cordially then at down on the summit to pon ler the fates of nations and peo iles Three leader those of thej United States Great Britain and were openly united the that of the Soviet ias as yet the unknown the un ertainty The shadow of still a ifth power was no less apparent indicted the CIO United Auto Workers on charges of violating federal1 in the parley room of the Palais u 1 r J t i rrw election laws The indictment was announced here by Asst Atty Gen Warren teurs armed with pistols and greOlney head of the Justice Departments criminal division nades turned the demonstration des Nations here in Geneva The Germany of Chancellor Konrad Adenauer Adenauer meanwhile LOVE THAT HOME COOKING AP Wirephoto Russian farm experts touring Iowa dig into some Olney said indictment charged the union with having made nad timed a vacation trip in thej into riot The government said SOjillegal expenditure of union funds for the purpose of influencing votes SSwiss Alps not far from Communist agents wereiin thp 19M nrimarv and XT The riot all but destroyed the in terior of the elaborate hotel When the riot broke out Mrs agents the 1954 primary and elections in Michigan The indictment alleged that was paid from the unions general fund to cover the cost of Mesta was in her airconditionedjpreparing and telecasting nine TV suite with Mrs Jean Anderson ofjprograms for the benefit of candi Washington and Mrs Lester for the Senate and House Pridgen New York her two seclast year retnrics Mrs Mesta rushed to the door year Detroit Station The programs were sponsored i r W vu and locked it but demonstratorsby the UAW between July 11 and seized axes and began breaking ill the November general election and in Mrs Mesta dramatically threw jwere carried by Detroit Station L and IWJBKTV the Justice Department are your friends Weisajd are Americans The indictment contained four counts each charging a separate uoor Blocked A student leader who understood No one here is dismissing the possibility that the parley will fail and which may at most be only a limited success They note the obstacles seemingly as insur Judge Grants Injunction on New Egg Bill Zanios Fredericks Lead Opposition DES MOINES UP District Judge Ray Fountain late Tuesjbe harder than the attainment of home cooked chicken and all the trimmings prepared by Mrs George Hora of near Washington Mrs Hora is at right Hora at left back At Horas left are Alek sandr Tulupnikov and V V Matskevich ON EASTERN IOWA TOUR Sign on Bam Stops Soviets VESTON Li The Soviet farm Urice used the Rusjbus be stopped so he could greet mountable as the snowcapped delegation touring Iowa made anlsian alphabet to letter the word peaks of Mont Blanc hoveringlunscheduled stop Wednesday morni Hallo but used the English al ma jestically in the distance mg when they noticed a sign phabet to letter the word Tova Hello Comrade in large letters rich What Next The question posed most is Now that the s u m m i t has been reached what next One painted on a barn along route The sign was painted by which means Russian comrade in Urice Urice who has 100 head of Short horn cattle is a member of a well known Jowa family The delegation was enroute to voiced the answer with one word Down The trail down many say may Soviet delegation leader Vladimir Waterloo after visiting the Wilson Matskevich was so intrigued by Co packing plant in Cedar Rap cvnic a ord Unce of near Ventu1 ownerofthej unusual greeting that he asked the ids Wednesday morning W 0 violation of the election laws day granted a temporary injunction to restrain the state from enforc the summit that the chances of slipping are much greater The obvious reference to Yalta and its u rsjupon such charges is a fine The injunction goes into disregari for the people was in who were systematically laying for each count into etlect j kf aiu uic oia vc ii UIII elUG her formed a cordon in front of thej Maximum penalty for conviction ling Iowas new egg gradin law 3 TV3 m PT1 tn n a fhn nrwrt m nit i I apartmeiu to back the waste to the fivestory govern mentowned hotel The cordon beat back several at Iri a separate statement Atty Gen Herbert Brownell said the law under which the UAW was with the posting of a bond The injunction was sought bv x George Zanios Mason City egg ls lakeside dealer and T R Fredericks Buf tacking groups before Frank Maiindicted prohibits banks corpora loy first secretary of the Emtions and labor organizations from IT and an Embassy Marine making any contribution in con guard rescued Mrs Meslas party I nection with any election of a U S II Was confusmg and con She left later for Singapore and senator or representative falo Center grocer who contended was unconstitutional be arrived there Wednesday night with clothing stained from tear gas The riot was she said Taking as many of Mrs Mestas No Concealment The UAW has not attempted to conceal its expenditures nor has it attempted to hide the fact that they were made in connection with 17 pieces of luggage as they could the1954 primary and general t ntsilmri tVinC carry the group picked their way down the hotels litterstrewn stairs to the street where thousands of demonstrators were shouting and hurling stones As Mrs Mesta stepped into an Embassy sedan flying the flag police fired shots into the air and exploded tear gas bombs To the floor To the the chauffeur shouted Mrs Mesta and her party flat tened as the car sped through the crowd and down Saigons main street to the Embassy There Mrs Mesta took a short breather to re cover from the excitement then was driven to the Saigon Airport for a plane to Singapore tions in Brownell said The constitutionality of the law as applied to national banks cor porations or labor unions has never been passed upon squarely by the United States Supreme he said Cause Damage Fountain granted the injunction on grounds that the law might cause irreparable injury to the plaintiffs who claimed it would put them out of business The ruling said the injunction Missing Iowa Youth Hunted REINBECK at More than 300 persons and two airplanes were en gaged Wednesday in the search for a missing 14yearold farm boy He was sought in vain throughout most 1QUCU of the night It was feared he may censbTg ofTandlersTnd Zanios herent in this comment But the average bystander in city of sincere ly believe a strong peace will be hP the Second Round Polio Shots Set for Fall r second round of polio shots result of this conferwil not be given MasoiTcitv and nari Cerro Gordo Count Children until p panex after thg beginning of school yearj The of Ger whom I have come in contact dont look upon Russia as the bogeyman many Americans consider it As fuel for this ment they point to the Austrian settlement the eatourwords mission to Yugoslavia and still uit jujtuiuuiuii iv v was necessary to protect the Russias current plaintiffs businesses until the con stitutionality of the law was de cided peace Negative Attitude But despite the optimism of the this fall The state health department saidj Tuesday that the vaccine for the second shots is on the way to Des said the vaccine would be handled on a county option basis with each county to decide when the vaccine would be administered The Cerro Gordo County Medical Society decided Wednesday morn ing that they would wait until Fraser plant manager told the group the plant was operating at capacity on cattle and at two thirds capacity on hogs at present The Russians wanted to know how livestock arrived at the plant i whether farmers were free to sell their animals wherever t h e y wished and how much they were paid Soviets Refuse to Budge To Iron Out Differences GENEVA h e Big Four Wednesday sent back to their for eign ministers the knotty problem of trying to iron out EastWest differences over European secur ity and the unification of Ger many These are the main problems on the agenda of the Summit Confer ence but the heads of government decided at Wednesdays session they had gone as far as possible at present in discussion of the two questions President Eisenhower told Wed nesdays meeting he is convinced Soviet Russia has the same de sire for enduring world peace as the Western Powers do The President emphasized that EastWest differences on the two great stumbling blocks must be worked out He said the Big Four must show the world these prob lems can be solved Luncheon Date The Big Four met for an hour and 45 minutes in their fourth ses sion They gathered after Eisenhower had a twohour private luncheon with Georgi K Zhukov Soviet de fense minister Simultaneously it was disclosed that Eisenhower has called some of his top military ad visors to Geneva In the course of Wednesdays meeiing at the Palace of Nations Russia proposed a European se curity program described as sub stantially the same as the one the Soviet Union presented at Berlin in February 1954 It provides for an AllEurope security the United States replace the North Atlantic Treaty Organization NATO and the cide whether the law is constitu tional Fountain set the bond at and said the court reserved the right to increase the amount in the event the plaintiffs do not dili ently prosecute the case to a inal determination Grades Set Up The law passed after heated de bate by the recent Legislature sets up grades forbids the sale of un graded eggs and calls for the li met with a gun accident Terry Blohm 14 son of Mr and Mrs Harry Blohm left home about noon Tuesday caming his rifle Search was begun after he failed to Barged iTwouid The next step will be for the suit European those dosestafter school to give to be tried in equity court to deif to the scenes I shots because of the difficulty are negative Setting the children together the overall out shots be given in the come of the so ON CHURCH Nor man Vincent Peaks articles on Confident Living will be a fea ture of the GlobeGazettes weekly Church Page starting Friday Pastor of New Yorks same manner that the original Collegtate Church Dr they think they can do better pact elsewhere than here they can shipj Westem Povfm d to any market they FraWednesday for unification of Ger many as the first step in any ef fective European security pro ser said Good Students The Russians are proving stujgram Russia on the other hand dents indeed Tuesday they asked held to its position that European Peale also ls and tele c 1 e d nhipp ishots were administered First and tives second graders in the county rel vision personality but best known 1 first P10 snots se may appear to be closer after the talks break up but it will only be a mirage to be 2 Neither East nor West agree on terms for unification of most of his business by not being able to sell ungraded eggs He his books including The April The first and second shots are free The third booster shot must be purchased on an individ ual basis Billionaire Gulbenkian Oil Magnate Is Dead PERLE MESTA DUKE HOSPITALIZED LONDON UP The Duke of Kent 20yearold cousin of Queen Elizabeth is in the hospital re covering from injuries received in an auto accident the Daily Mail Wednesday return at dark Sheriff John A Meyer was head ng up the search When last seen Terry was wearing a lightcolored Tshirt blue jeans and a straw hat fie is 54 100 pounds and has blond hair and blue eyes The Blohms Jive on a farm two miles northwest of Reinbeck Terry helps his father with farm work require every farmer producer to have a license to sell eggs Secretary of Agriculture Clyde Spry said Tuesday there had been as Germany is for itself Power of Positive and A Guide to Confident Liv The church calendar pre viously published on page 2 Saturday now will appear on the Church Pago Additional infor mation about Dr Peale appears on page LISBON Portugal I Calouste Sarkis Gulbenkian lesendarv oil Jmn T f maSDate 3nd Otle thp removal of troops as died Wednesday of a T f IU to kidney ailment He was SC to k Gulbenkian a billionaire was onejand THE RAINS CAME r o u g h t had its first rain in 3 The Soviets will laugh off freeing its eastern European satel lites maintain that they are free flagrant violations of the newand Asides how about NATO law although most egg men were Disarmament will be as far complying with it but had been Tuesday given a day off Sports Bulletin DAVENPORT Lts Mason City defeated Lois Penn Des Moines 6 and S in their quarterfinal match of the Iowa Womens Amateur golf tournament Wednesday Mrs Johnstone was one over mens par Hartley Farmer Killed in Tractor Accident HARTLEY E Bethke 27 Hartley farmer was in jured fatally Tuesday when he fell from a tractor on a dirt road about three miles northeast of here Sheriff Jake Mulder said Bethke fell from the tractor being oper ated by another man when it hit a sunken place in the road He suf fered a crushed chest when a baler being pulled by the trnctor ran over him and died about 2 Mulder said farmer George Hora Washington Iowa who was host at a home cooked dinner of fried chicken nd three kinds of pies to show them his account books He obliged with out hesitation The Russians including statisti cal expert Boris Savelev chief of the Soviet Unions farm planning were delighted They pored over the books Before that they had questioned Hora seriously about his farm ma chinery his crop rotation system his technique for fattening his hogs for market and a hundred other things security should precede German unification Because of the conflict in the views of East and West the Big Four agreed at the end of the session that their discussion European security and unification had gone as far as possible at present They instructed their for eign ministers to meet Thursday to try to work out methods of procedure for further discussion of the two problems Chiefs Arrive Adm Arthur Radford chairman of the U S Joint Chiefs of Staff and Gen Alfred M Gruenther su These Russians are intelligentPreme aUied commander in Eu men They knowa great deal from Paris about agriculture They know exactly what ques tions they want answered com mented one I b w a farmer who Robert Anderson deputy U S secretary of defense came with them Harold Stassen and Nelson Rockefeller two presidential as listened Tuesday to the questionsjsistants deaUnS with disarmament they asked Hora Special Key The Russians so far are looking for some special key to the farm problem which they can fit to and propaganda also were here An Eisenhower assistant said these men would meet with the President night Spec ulation arose that they would disj ss the question of disarmament of the most mysterious men in theT T u U1feue ithreat of a water shortage world definite as the personalities in volved Here is a thumbnail im away afterwards as prior to the prcsgion of somc of lhc las seen via borrowed binoculars But not all the feeling is negaj President Eisenhower Affable tive On the assets side of thedetermined ledSer j Nikolai Bulganin Soviet premier 1 Leaders of great nations if Grim occasionally genial his they set their minds to it can meet to discuss peacefully the problems besetting them 2 Peacetime utilization of the small beard standing out in the delegation V M Molotov foreign minister of the Russians Weary but with atom will be realized to some dehis alert eyes taking ineverything gree by concessions now and at the August atomsforpeace con ference The talks will result in an at once Anastas Mikoyan Soviet first deputy premier Crumpled suit exchange of information on atomic hunched shoulders uses and accomplishments The Personalities One theory held here is that the results of the parley will be as Sir Eden Englands prime minister Certain precise personification of the welldressed man which they will soon discover Then The EisenhowerZhukov lunch they can go home triumphantly to eon was watched with unusual in About The Weather Mason City Warm humid Iowa Continued warm Scattered rain Wednesday night Minnesota Fair hot Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 Wednes HUMID day Maximum Minimum At 8 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 89 67 79 present this cureall to their boss Nikita Khrushchev The answer lies in front of the Russian noses But so far its so near they cant even see it terest because of the personal re lations between the President and the Soviet defense minister The two have been carrying on private correspondence for some People have got to have a moimonths and the President made a tive to said one Iowa farmer dramatic appeal to Zhukov at in Horas front yard Tuesday SAME DATE1954314 fU trafrio death la past it bourn Tuesdays meeting to witness his honesty and the sincerity of his desires for peace In connection with the Bulganin luncheon it was noted that Edens top adviser on disarmament Gen Sir Neville Brownjohn was among those who accompanied the Brit ish prime minister Eisenhowers top disarmament adviser Harold E Stassen also arrived in Geneva Wednesday morning along with Nelson Rocke feller who handles the atoms forpcacc program   

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