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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 21, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H I NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10WANS NEIGHSORS HOME EDITION LXI PTCM and Jolted Pnu Full Seven a Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JULY 21 1955 This Paper of Two No 244 Ike in Dramatic Disarmament Proposal Talbott Granted Hearing Newspaper Leaks Hit WASHINGTON Senate Investigations S u b c o m m i ttee Thursday called Secretary of the Air Force Talbott to an immediate public hearing CST on his outside business interests Chairman McClellan DArk told reporters the decision to hold the hearing was made at Talbotts request The air secretary had demanded an immediate hearing so that he might have the opportunity to give the public complete understand ing about his activities as a part ner in Paul B Mulligan New York City efficiency consultants The vote to call Talbolt was taken at a closed door meeting which Sen Bender ROhio opened with a blast at what he said were leaks to newspaper men about committee business Talbott made known his request after it was disclosed that the subcommittee has copies of letters and other documents purporting to show he actively sought business for the New York firm He has a profitsharing interest in the firm Official Stationery Some of the letters circulated among subcommittee members and seen by reporters were written on Talbotts official stationery bear ing the letterhead Secretary oJ the Air Force Talbott told the Senate Armed Services Committee before he was confirmed as Air Force secretary in January 1953 that he intended to remain a special partner in the Mulligan firm But he said he would sever all other business con nections He told the subcommittee this week that he has continued to share in the Mulligan firms prof its He asserted however that there was nothing illegal or un ethical about it Yearly Infomed sources said Talbott told the subcommittee Tuesday that be receives about a year from the firm MISS AP Wirtphoto Carlene King Johnson 22 Rutland Wed nesday night was crowned Miss in the annual Miss Uni verse judging at Long Beach Calif Owner of her own jewelry business Miss Johnson measures 5 foot 8 in her other dimensions being 352435 She will represent this country in Miss Universe judging Thursday night The letters and documents which the Injunction on New Egg Bill Not Appealed To Resume Work on Lake Sewer CLEAR on the sanitary sewer around 31ear Lake is to be resumed Sept 1 The south shore and Ventura sections of the main are to be ready for use Dec 1 said attorney E B Stillman Trustees of the Clear Lake sanitary sewer district Wednesday afternoon reinstated the contract of the Bill Curphy Des Moines and Henry Nodland dria Minn That contract was de clared defaulted May 26 Work halted May 20 The Minnesota firm through Henry Nodland and Henry Nodland will assume responsibility for completion of the contracts both on he sewer and pumping stations said Stillman Bill Curphy previ ously had been in charge Work cannot be resumed before Sept 1 because of the congestion on the south shore during the sum mer season Stillman explained Full The bond written by the Peerless Casualty New Hampshire re Asks Monthly Liquor Raids in 40 Counties 322 U S Liquor Stamps Issued DES MOINES Gen Dayton Countryman Thursday sent lists of federal retail liquor mains in full force in every particstaraP holders to 40 county at ular as to liability for completion tomeys and asked for monthly of the contract and making repairs raids at their establishments and restitution for defective mateCountryman said 322 current rials and workmanship for the two stamPs have been issued to places period the statute tne 40 counties compared with issued by this time last year This is the truest indication of the liquor situation in Iowa that I know he said Monthly Raids The attorney general told the county attorneys in letters that liquor stamp holders should be W0rk on theraided once a month unless you the attorney added Approximately 600 feet of sewer main is uncompleted on the south hore and about feet ou the lorth shore near Mclntosh Woods late Park Five pumping stations also are to be completed and there HERES NO AP Wirephoto treets and roads The two firms notified the trus ees in May that they would not ontinue work under resident en gineer A Michel of Brown En gineering Des Maines They contended he made matters too or have good reason to be HARANGUES RUSS the touring Russian farm delegation visit ed the Guy Stover farm near Reinbeck Wednesday Stan Baker Hudson self styled director of the Iowa AntiCommunist League talked to the crowd about Commu nism He also distributed leaflets entitled Should Know About Com At right an unidentified neighbor of Stovers pieces together a torn placard displayed before Baker was persuaded to leave The Soviet delegation was in a barn at the time and did not see the incident Soviets Start 2Day Course at Iowa State Ag School AMES Russian W Twelve Communists Iowas liquor or beer laws State liquor stores purchased 180 of the 322 current stamps is sued but more than half of the rest or 126 were issued to per The trustees replied m Scott County had only been carrying out bis stamps Countryman said he telephoned the Scott County attorney in addi duties properly Deep Ditches Since May 20 the work has been at a standstill except for filling deep ditches in the Park area started a twoday course af one of the leading U S agricultural schools Their and technology of Capitalist fann ing The State Col lege The dozen visiting Soviet agricul tural dignitaries cut quite a swathe across the state of Iowa in their importantjinitial three day journeyingsleral picture of the activities of an through rich corn countryand alsojAmerican agricultural school and Thursday tion to sending him a letter and received his promise of coopera tion in the monthly checkup which were a public hazard Countrymans list included The trustees Wednesday had adfollowing county totals the vertised for bids to be received DES MOINES UP Atty Aug 9 for completion of the work Gen Dayton Countryman state saidjihis now not be held stopped to inspect individual farms They got a glimpse of lowans and Iowa farming and Iowa farm ers got a peek at the Russian visitors But for Thursday and Friday the program is rather different The Russians are to be given a gen Shades of the Wild West Desperadoes Hold Up Train NEW YORK masked desperadoes held up an outbound Appanoose 1 Black Hawk 2 Buena Vista 1 Carroll 1 Cass 2 CerroGordoO Cherokee 2 Clay l fa the temporary injunction barring jtween the contractors and trustees sald after the 21 Des Moines County 3 cut below the Manhattan street level near the Hudson River shore the state from enforcing the new egg grading law District Judge Ray Fountain granted the injunction Wednes day However it does not become effective until the two men who brought the suit George Zanios subcommittee has obtainedMason City and T R Fredericks from the files Buffalo Center post a of the Mulligan bond to ensure payment of dam firm purport to show that Tal bott since Cov ing into his Pen t a g o n office has been ac tively interested in the firms ef forts to obtain n e w businessSeptember ages to anyone injured by non enforcement of the law The bond had not been posted by noon Thursday Countryman said he and Neil Garrett special assistant attorney More Polio Vaccine Released 565 New Cases Last Week WASHINGTON Public Health Senice Thursday released approximately shots of po lio vaccine produced by the Eli Lilly Co of Indianapolis Ind Surgeon General Leonard A Soheele said this brings to approxi mately shots the amount general agreed the time was too Of polio vaccine approved since re short to appeal the injunction Emmet 0 Floyd 0 Hamilton J Jasper 5 Jefferson 1 Johnson 0 Lee 8 Linn 1 Mahaska 1 Mar shall 1 Muscatine 7 Page 0 Pot tawattamie 21 Polk 16 Plymouth 15 Scott 126 Story 1 Union 2 Wapello 4 Web ster 4 Woodbury 39 since the case will be heard in adopted May 6 vised testing requirements were Crab Apple Red Maple Favored for State Tree DES MOINES Iowa Commission said Thursday the Iowa crab apple and red irfaple trees are tied for first place as the choice of 21 state con As in a Wild West movie scenario they bound and gagged a mail and dumped eight mail sacks on the tracks Then they dis appeared into the night with the New Name for AFL and CIO AFLCIO WASHINGTON tfVThe last maj or obstacle to merger of the AFL bags Police said Thursday the bags the CIO day night when officials of the twoj big labor groups agreed on a e contained worthless arrivved Des ne Russians have done the following things Theyve Suggests Trade of Arms Info Deeply Bulganin Says By MAX HARRELSON GENEVA W President Eisen hower in a dramatic bid for co existence proposed Thursday that the United States and Russia give each other a complete blueprint of our military Each of the two major powers Lhen would inspect by air the es tablishments of the other the President told the Big Four con erence His proposal was hailed jy Premier Faure of France and Prime Minister Eden of Britain Soviet Premier Bulganin said We have all been deeply moved by the very sincere The President did not say spe cifically whether his proposal in cluded atomic installations but he did not rule them out The presi dential press secretary James C Hagerty said details would be worked out Fifth Session The Presidents dramatic move was made at the fifth session of the summit conference He said Russia and the United States by this step would con vince the world that we are pro viding between ourselves against the possibility of a surprise at This he said would lessen danger and help relax world ten sion Premier Faure remarked he wished all the peoples of the world could have been in the chamber to hear Eisenhower If that were possible Faure added maybe they would realize that on July 21 changed in the world and the first victory over skepticism was scored at the conference w Eden called Eisenhowers pro he Russians Breaching and added that ity in some measure be had been deePl moved the f and Friday aside from Presidents sincerity about world some general meetings and excur sions for all the delegates To gether there will be individual sessions for them with the college personnel they want to see most So far since the Sunday when more important the chance to in dulge their specific curiosity in particular subjects Those conducting them on this tour report they are very eager for this opportunity One of the Americans who is making arrangements for the Rus sians said Deputy Minister V V Vtatskevich leader of the group ceeps asking me to arrange for him discussions with college offi cials on the organization and ad ministration of the General Meetings Matskevicb and all the rest of The bandits apparently jumped 11car New York Central for the combined federation Their choice The American Federation of Labor and Cougress of Indus trial Organizations the full names of the existing groups Presidents George Meany of the AFL and Walter Reuther of the CIO said am stopped for mspec TALBOTT from industrial firms some of which have big de fense contracts One letter from Tabott to Mul Meanwhile Gov Leo A Hoegh told his news conference one Iowa egg man has been making a two cent per dozen premium on sale of his eggs in the eastern market the Ford and said Tal b o 11 had not yet decided what would be the best approach in Other letters and memoranda from the files referred to conver sations between Talbott and Mulli gan about the firms attempts to land contracts with BaldwinLima Hamilton Greyhound Victor Emmanuels Avco Manufacturing Co The latter has about 200 million dollars in defense contracts All have become clients of the Mulligan firm since early 1953 Decorah Burglary Nets Thugs DECORAH Burglars escaped with between and in cash and checks after picking the safe of the Thompson Motor Co in De corah early Thursday A lock was broken on a window and the safe door was taken off The Thompson brothers Ray and Curtis who run a service sta tion in connection with a Ford agency reported that the theft ap parently took place between mid night when they closed the sta tion and 4 a m The safe prac tically had been demolished Decorah police officials and Win County Sheriff Pierce An Icrson are investigating the theft He said he received a call from a state representative Wednesday night asking if the man could continue to comply with the law Hoegh said he told the lawmaker the man could comply voluntarily because the injunction meant only that the state could not force any one to comply FURRAY DIES MANCHESTER Vt James H Barney Furay 75 re tired vice president and foreign manager of United Press and a pioneer in international journalism died Wednesday night of a heart at tack at his Manchester home About The Weather Mason City Hot and humid Iowa Hot and humid Minnesota Showers cooler Globe Gazette i weather data up J to 8 a m Thurs HOT day Maximum Minimum At 8 a m Prec YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 90 70 80 04 74 65 as tne cnoice of 21 state conCIO said only procedural details V agencies for the remain to be worked out bejsT jtree Other trees mentioned werejfore formal merger actions to be mfs walnut American elm hardtaken at convention in New York tion of its air brakes An interstate alarm was flashed for two men described as in their 20s and wearing dark suits and hats Both were armed The FBI joined in the hunt They were brazen and dural detafl L Deputy Police Commissioner attended one cocktail The senice reported meanwhile the walnut American el that 060 new polio cases occurred maple and whit k in Ino Inr tno wool AnHayH in the country for the week ended July 16 It said this represents a 40 per cent increase over the pre vious week but noted the increase is not greatly different from those in comparative weeks over the last five years The senice added that the num ber is below the figures reported for the same week in each of the years 1950 to 1954 inclusive at convention in New York in December Bomb Explodes in Argentine Street BUENOS AIRES Argentina bomb exploded early Thursday in front of a Peronista political school in downtown Buenos Aires shattering windows in the vicVity and damaging a nearby automo bile slightly There was no report of any per sons injured The postmidnight blast caused widespread alarm It came after a day and night of all sorts of rumors sparked by the announce ment Wednesday that the Argen tine fleet had sailed on its first maneuvers since the July 16 re volt by Navy and Marine Corps fliers Cleghorn Girl Falls Out of Auto Killed MARCUS McMann 1 Clcghorn was injured fatally Wednesday night when she fell out of a car about five miles south of here OPEN CONVENTION Officers of District 6 United Cement Lime and Gypsum Workers of met for the opening of the two day convention Thursday at the Hotel Hanford They are left to right seated Henry Rheingans Mason City president of District 6 Toney Gallo Chicago secretarytreasurer of the international union Reuben Roe Buffalo Iowa first vice president of international Ray Williams Ogles by executive secre tary District 6 and Tom McBride Davenport district representative Story on Page what Police said however that the bandits discarded a mail pouch containing in small bills and silver The train was heading for Al bany Utica Rochester Troy and Syracuse all in upstate New York Six of the cars carried mail Mail clerk Thomas Mason 60 Buffalo N was on duty in the nexttothe last car when be saw two men loom in front of him Their faces were hidden behind handkerchiefs and both held guns he said Russians singing Tuesday night joined in the Iowa State refrain Thats Where the Tall Corn State Labor Chief Joins Demo Party DES MOINES a y Mills president of the Iowa State Fed eration of Labor has quit the Re publican Party charging the GOP with failure to go through with what it promised to labor Mills who also is a member of the Des Moines City Council filedjstate jTmes papers m the Polk County audijday Michigan likely will drop the tors office changing Wonderland slogan from his party affiliation from Republijauto licensc plates m can to Democratic In an interview Mills said how ever that he has many friends in the Republican Party whom Im going to continue to party and sampled American liq uor though vodka was on hand none of them tried Theyve visited four farms each of them typical of Iowa pretty intensively and had the chance to ask questions of the farmer On one of them they got a home cooked Iowa meal Visited Office Theyve visited a Department of Agriculture county extension of fice theyve attended three Cham her of Commerce dinners in three different Iowa cities theyve mad informal stops at about a half dozen different farms along the road Theyve also done a in Iowa stores But perhaps even more impor tant than some of the bigger items in their tour are the smaller things theyve done Alexander Tulupnikov for in stance Wednesday evening played a juke box Andrei Shevchenko Tuesday looked into a jewelers store window Nikolai G u r e y e v Wednesday morning tried out American chew ing gum All twelve TO DROP SLOGAN LANSING Mich of COLOMBIAN PURGE CALI Colombia w President ustavo Rojas Pinilla Thursday said 644 Colombians were killed in ne province alone during the past three months of his governments peace These developments came as the Big Four turned to the issue of disarmament and postponed un til Friday a foreign ministers re port on their study of Euroepan security and German unification New Weapons In discussing disarmament one of the major topics on the con ference agenda the President said he would like to address bis re marks particularly to the Soviet delegation He added he wanted to do that because both the United States and Russia have new and terrible weapons in such quantities as to make horrible destruction possible Then Eisenhower proposed two practical steps which he urged be taken immediately The first was that the United States and Russia give each other complete blueprints of their re spective military establishments As for providing such blueprints the President told his colleagues he was speaking of military establish ment blueprints from one end of the United States to the other and clear across the Soviet Union The second phase of the Eisen hower proposal was that the Unit ed States and Russia agree to per mit the mutual aerial inspection Eisenhower said Russian inspec tion planes could take all the pho tographs of installations they desired to In return Russia would allow the same thing in her terri tory by planes efforts to stamp out rebellious mcnts SAME OATE19S4J14 flag mom iitth la pill Sports Bulletin DAVENPORT an Mrs Let Johnstone Mason City and IS yearold Andy Cohn Waterloo Thursday advanced to the finals of the Iowa Womens Amateur golf tournament Mrs Johnstone the defending champion defeated Mrs Sam Sigh of Davenport 4 and 3 in one semifinal match at the Davenport Country Club Waterloo high school girl trounced Mrs Jack Black Des Moines 6 and 4 toon TIT FOR TAT PEPPERELL Mass UP Lionel Cornellier became so angry when Red Remedy bit him on the shoulder that he turned around and bit him right back on the nose Red Remedy is a fouryear told stallion   

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