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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 22, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspoper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NIWSfAUK THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH IOWANS NIIGHIORS HOME EDITION VOL LXI Associated Press ud United Press ruU Seven Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JULY 22 1955 This Piper Consists oi Two No 245 Tear Down Iron Curtain Ike Requests Talbott Inquiry Still Open No Date Set for New Sift WASHINGTON WVSen McClel lan DArk said Friday a Senate inquiry is still open into a prof itable business interest which Sec retary of the Air Force Talbott has offered to give up if the senators think he should Talbott told the Senate Investi gations subcommittee Thursday he has reaped no improper profit as a partner in the New York effi ciency firm of Paul B Mulligan Si some of whose clients hold government contracts He said his special partner ship1 in the firm pays him more than a year McClellan put it at The Air Force secre tarys salary is At Talbotts request the sub committee hastily arranged the public hearing late Thursday Itj adjourned without giving any cial reply to the secretarys rejfann leaders Friday began Prof G F Sprague Itsjder Yezhevsky to make a fairly quest that it say whether he should jbreak up into smaller study groups understood Sokolov would not be j extensive tour of other farm ma Vi wAft tn 4 W A Xflll a tT 1 ll n Tl nrlvmtrn t nf FARM STYLE farm experts saw Iowa State Colleges experimental grounds Thursday aboard a wagon drawn by a tractor A college faculty member also was aboard the wagon with a batteryoperated public address system to explain the methods used in planting cultivating and harvesting NEW TRANSLATOR ARRIVES Russians Hold Study Groups AMES Soviet group ofjpurpose of his journey here Iowa executive stolid and solid Alexan relinquish his interest in the Mul ligan firm Aug 1 No Date Set along lines of special interest at all adverse to spending all ofchinery factories than those on the Their purpose is to accomplish the remainder of his visit in Amerijoriginal itinerary which included as much as possible in the limitedca working with Sprague whoselthe International Hanester Works McClellan the subcommitteejtime of their visit at Iowa Stateifame has traveled far across the i in Chicago and the MinneapolisMo iline plant in Minneapolis Chairman set no date for anotherjCollege and in the United States oceans session in the inquiry into the Soviet corn specialist Boris Soko Arrangement are now in the Yezhevkv has been champing at propriety of the Arrangement and lov was set to see finally the main works for the big farm machinerythe bit while visiting ordinary farms because hes come with the task of getting an idea of whats up to the minute in the U S farm machinery field something he wasnt finding out on the individu al farms The division of the 12 Russians into smaller groups has given rise KHARKOV Russia couple of American grandfathers gavejto serious translation problems new generation a potent taste of friendship Friday whenj Friday anew government into hints that Talbott had used his official position to further the firms interests Talbott said he had certainly not done so Declaring that the finger of sus picion has been pointed at him by some newspapers in a manner that I dont think I Tal bott gave a companybycompany report on his contacts with clients of the Mulligan firm Farmers Are Hit at Red Tractor Plant There is no question that 1 havejthey gleefully danced with some small children and gave them piggyjtranslator arrived to assist He isj or tried to be helpful to rides lEnppnp nf tho uJ Talbott testified I But hej Observers said the impromptu fun boosted relations said this help involved no influjmore than a dozen meetings at the conference table Ike Becomes Top Man at Conference From Our Wire Services GENEVA President Eisen howers dramatic appeal to the Russians to trade arm secrets as proof of a mutual desire for peace has made him the un rivalled dominating figure of the Geneva summit conference One high French delegation spokesman said the French feel that Eisenhower has inherited the mantle of retired former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill as the worlds fore most This new assertion of world leadership by the American chief executive has been built surely and rapidly by the summit con ference by his obvious sincerity and the earnest and convincing way he has made his inside and outside the conference chamber Geneva and much of the worlds press have been similarly capti vated by his personal warmth sincerity and great humanity The President is no maker of great and resounding phrases in the tradition of Churchill In fact his bold proposal of Thursday was made in rough looping and grasping of his presentation of an idea that is expressed his own way without the aid of ghost writers What happens if Bulganin says yes Some informants said Eis enhower is ready to order imme diate negotiations if Bulganin is willing There was a strong impression among Western delegates that Soviet premier would not agree But the experts have be come so used to hearing Rus sians say No over the past TO years that their reasoning may be in a rut Some of the Presi dents advisers feel that sooner Saturday Deadline Desired No Answer to Proposal Serebrennikov of the Li brary of Congress But the problem goes beyond ence pressure or preference and The grandfathers were among the 12 touring American farmers mere translation Its stopped at a tractor from a verv diffprontfvno insisted I dont think I have donejwho stopped anything j childrens camp near here Young But if the senators think suchjsters from two to seven years old action is to the advantage of ourjgreeted the Americans with folk Air he pledged Im j songs and dances They concluded going to give it the partnershipijthe welcome program with a spe back to Mulligan Im not sellingcial dance where little girls pick little boys for partners He said he has given up all the fbe fun began when a cute little other business interests he heldj6yesrold girl walked up to Ralph when named secretaryin 0son and asked to dance 1953 He said he had outlined a grandfather Mulligan arrangement to the Senj ate Armed Senices Committee when it was considering his nom ination then RCA Dealings McClellans subcommittee ques tioned Talbott closely about his contacts with officials of the Radio Corp of America RCA after the RCA Service an affiliate had Ellsworth Iowa beamed and accepted graciously American and Russian officials applauded vigorously The children screamed with delight Earlier the Americans struck a note at th Injunction on New Egg Bill Is Approved DES MODsES bond was posted in District Court Fri day by George Zanois Mason City and T R Fredericks Buffalo Cen ter and a temporary injunction against the enforcement of Iowas new egg grading and candling law factory by singing Thats Where the Tall Corn Home on the Let Me Call tain This law left Iowa without questioned the propriety of iei Me tan effect for the ing a contract with Mulligan in Sweetheart and Ive Been ear view of Talbotfs position mg on the He said he had given orders to Plant Director Pavel Y the negotiations when hetold American his people from a very different of social organization attempting to understand fundamental aspects of American life Who controls this college from Washington asked Soviet Farm Chief Vladimir Matskevich Thurs day of the dean of agriculture at Iowa State Floyd Andre Andre answered This was not easy for Matske vich although he is quick to grasp and absorb In Russia the exist ence of an immense educational institution without its being con trolled by the government is un thinkable Likewise one of the Russians wanted to know whether the sci an egg entific research of the college was time in controlled by the American Acad emy of It was unthink Tbe new law which Zanois and i able to him that science could may agree to at least a modified version of the Eisenhower proposition To Widen 59 Miles of 69 AMES OP The State Highway Commission said Friday that 238 GENEVA Eisen hower Friday urged Soviet Russia to tear down the Iron Curtain and permit freer exchange of ideas and travelers between East and West American Press Officer James C Hagerty said the heads of govern ment at their session instructed their foreign ministers to continue their discussions of three other German unification and European security they are able to bring back a report to the Big Four The top leaders met an hour lat er than usual Friday to give the foreign ministers more time in their efforts to come up with a so lution on those matters All Three Items Hagerty said Secretary of State Dulles reported progress on all three items at the foreign min isters meeting but told the Big Four more time was needed for study by the ministers Hagerty said also that Premier Bulganins proposal for a nonaggression pact between the North Atlantic Treaty Organization NATO and the War saw Pact organization was dis cussed Friday The ministers resumed their dis cussion of that matter and the three other agenda items after the Big Four concluded their session In his first account of what hap penedatibe summit erty made no mention of any dis cussion of the Presidents dramatic Proposal Thursday that the United States and Russia exchange mili tary blueprints i At Fridays summit conference Eisenhower and French Premier Faure opened discussion on the fourth item on the formal agenda contacts between East and West Three Proposals On this matter the President called for 1 Removal of barriers he said are impeding the interchange of in BREAKIN AFTERMATH Bernie Payton manager of the Cashway Lumber Store examines splinters left by thieves after prying open the stores cash drawer Button in notch in the counter upper center would have opened the drawer Payton said Thugs Gef in Breakin at Cashway formation between peoples of Eastj and West Thieves grP6S3ptsv bills and in change in a breakin Thursday night at the Cashway Store four miles west of Mason City on Highway 106 at Lawrence Dickerson discovered the breakin when he arrived for at the lumber yard at a m Friday Entrance was gained through a rear door into a store room The thieves broke a pane in the door and reached inside to unlock it They pried open the door from the store room to the display room They ransacked the drawers under the counter and in a desk in fthe display room and pried the drawer from the counter Thev took everything from the Arrest Youths for Slugging Robbing Man Four teenaged Mason Cit were arrested Thursday j i i additional miles of Iowa highways 2 Elimination of barriers to per part of Highway 69jmit greater travel for friendly and will be widened as part of the comjpeaceful purposes missions stepped up program of road improvements The additional widening will bring to 628 the total miles of pave ment which will be extended to a 24foot width The commission al ready has authorized 390 miles of widening The commission said the work is aimed at eliminating two hazards which draw the most criticism from motorists One complaint is learned that RCA was per cent of them wom that Mulligan get from Atty produced caterpillar tractors of 54 SAE horsepower an nually plus 50 smaller 12 SAE horsepower garden tractors daily The director asked Asa V Clark Brownell an opinion on the pro priety of the Contract He said it would have been unthinkable for him to urge RCA to sign the con tract in the and that he so He said RCA should have come to him repealed theexist and even flourish without egg candling law Judge Foun1 central direction tain explained that the new law The Americans who are guiding ways has not been thrown out so the old law stands as repealed Since the new law cannot be enforced this is the first time since April 1919 that Iowa has had no egg laxv face of such qualms of Pullman to drive one Judg Fountainsaid however absolutely didnt do of the big tractors as it came off Announce End to Curbs on Water Mayor George E Mendon Friday announced the end of the 26day prohibition on use of Mason City water for sprinkling of lawns and gardens The action came after the new city pump was put into operation late Friday morning The pump replaces one broken June 8 The emergency period was pro claimed June 27 after a long warm dry period during which the citys five pumps remaining in operation load could not handle the Ottumwa Woman Killed When Car Overturns OTTUMWA UVMrs Gene Mul doon 21 Ottumwa was found dead Friday morning in an overturned Car on a rural Davis County road Sheriff James Y a t e s said the overturned car was found by a farmer in a ditch about a quarter Of a mile off Highway 63 nine miles north of Bloomficld assembly line Clark who owns four big tractors himself jumped into the drivers seat and roared off through the fac tory yard He said later that it handled but it seemed about 20 years behind us techni cally Buffalo Center Kiester Women Die in Accident BLUE EARTH Minn W Na dine Donnelly 17 Buffalo Center Iowa and Mrs Clarence A John son 47 of near Kiester were killed Thursday night in a twocar colli sion at a gravel road intersection near Bricelyn Miss Donnelly daughter of Mr and Mrs Pat Donnelly Buffalo Center was riding with Elaine Fin layson 17 Buffalo Center who was injured slightly NOT CONSTITUTIONAL DENVER tftThe 10th Cir cuit Court of Appeals Friday said an Oklahoma law requiring that election ballots carry racial identi fication on Negro candidates is un constitutional he was sure Iowa and federal pure 3 Creation of conditions to en courage exchange of goods for peaceful purposes Eisenhower also spoke of improv ing international radio communica tions He said that in some cases there had been extreme forms of interference with such communica tions The Big Four arranged to hold a restricted meeting Saturday morn ing Hagerty said each delegation would have about four persons at night following the slugging and drawer except the pennies and two robbing of a vacationer at Clear checks The store is insured Jerrv Burhite a clerk told sher Lake The youths three 15 and one 16 years old had been swimming at iffs officers there were several customers in the store after closing Clear Lake when they picked upjtime Thursday The store conse Cecil Townsend 34 Waterloo in quently was not closed until their car and drove to Bayside Onp m In his rush Burhite said he their return they suddenly pulledjdid not remove the contents of the on to a country road Townsend told officers slugged him and held him down while taking from his billfold They left the remaind er of his money in his billfold The boys were the cars license traced through number which cash drawer as he usually does Bernie Payton is manager of the store iVj i the tour for the Russians have re ported a tendency on the part of the Russians to see ia the county agent of the Department of Agri culture the man who give Wash ingtons detailed orders to individ ual farmers on what to plant when to plant and where to sell food laws would prevent the sale i it But gradually the Russians are of inedible eggs Trail to determine the constitu tionalitv of the new egg law prob ably will be held this fall learning Sports Bulletins DAVENPORT Les Mason City defend ing champion Friday gained a 5up lead over 15yearold Andy Cohn of Waterloo state Junior titleholder at the halfway mark of the 36hole match for the Iowa Womens golf crown DETROIT Fleck Open champion from Davenport defeated Joe Zarhardt Greens boro 4 and 2 Friday in the first round of match play in the PGA tournament Roy Wallin Mason City was eliminated by Johnny Palmer veteran pro from Charlotte 5 and 4 Avoca Man Perishes in Highway Crash Tipton Country Club Pays Beer Fine TIPTON7 W The Tipton Golf and Country Club paid a fine Thursday after pleading guilty toi a county attorneys information i charging the club with selling beerj on Sunuav jlO Aug 23 the commission said Additional projects include Hamilton Wright Hancock and Winnebago miles on U S 69 from U S 20 to the north junction with Iowa 9 starting at Blairsburg and continuing through Forest president was said to be SAME West Germany Gives Final Approval to Defense Force BONN Germany were approved by the Bunde Konrad Adenauers first rearmastag lower house last week ment bills for the buildup of West Fridays vote cleared the way Adenauers ivernment to take approval Friday The Bundesrat the first steps toward building up upper house the 12division army jet swiftly passed two bills authorizing j air force and coastal defense navy the government to call up the first volunteers this year and creating a permanent civilian committee to HANCOCK L Nelscreen the appointment of all sen sen 37 Avoca was killed Thursior officers day night in a twocar accident on 59 a mile east of here pledged to the Atlantic alliance Adenauer had demanded approv al of the legislation before Parlia ments summer recess as proof of definitely committed to leave Sat urday evening for Washington and the summit conference was run ning far behind schedule No Results The four foreign ministers went back into session during the after noon after a threehour session Friday morning failed to complete final recommendations to the heads of government on any of the three problems under discus sion President Eisenhower was the first summit leader to arrive at the Palace of Nations He came a good 20 minutes before the origi nally scheduled time It was believed he planned to confer in advance of the meeting with Disarmament Expert Harold Stassen and possibly with Secretary of State John Foster Dulles There has as yet been no reac tion either official or unofficial from the Russians on Eisenhow ers bold offer Townsend reported to Clear Lake authorities The lads were picked up at their hour after the ported The four were being questioned Friday morning by city and county officials at the Mason City police station The lads parents were present at the hearing Moiine Man Held IP IWIR UP Police ar Fort Dodge May Get New Radio Station FORT DODGE UP A group of Sioux City businessmen head ed by Harold Cassill manager of radio station KTRI South Sioux City Thursday announced plans to establish a new radio station here Cassill said a formal j application has been made to the Boy 2 Tardy in Training Hung Up by Mother to Dry FORT DODGE Fri day were investigating further the actions of a 23yearold mother who in an effort to train her 2yearold son hung him on a clothes line to dry Officers called by neighbors Thursday said the young mother told them the boy could not be properly trained and as a last resort she had tied a rope around his waist and hung him from the clothes line Neighbor women said they cut the boy down They told authori robbery was early Friday after Ws wife and another man were shot as they sat in a parked car Thursday night two miles north of here Mrs Jo Anne Lee 25 and Les ter Lafrenz 34 Davenport were listed in satisfactory condition in a hospital with wounds inflicted with a 16gauge shotgun Police said Lee admitted the shootings and would be charged with assault with intent to mur der The Weather Mason City Somewhat cooler Iowa Hot and humid Fiveday Iowa Temperatures through next Wed 3 to 6 degrees al high around low around 65 Turning Friday night and Sat urday followed by warming trend next week to hot by middle of week Rainfall will total onetenth to twotenths of an inch in scat was about 90 degrees at the time The woman has two other children 6 months and 5 years of age Her husband is working overseas BREAKFAST TALK LONDON Moscow Friday broadcast the full text of West Germanys determination to Federal Communications Commis President Eisenhowers arms n The bills now so to President Tearm within the North Atlantic sion to establish a daytime musicspection plan to its home listeners Thcodor Heuss for his Alliance and news station starting Nov Lat breakfast time and Saturday Minnesota Showers cooler Globe Gazette data up to 8 a m Fri day Maximum 93 Minimum 71 At 8 a m 80 At p m 93 YEAR AGO Maximum 77 Minimum 63 HUMID   

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