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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 25, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowoi Daily Newspaper Edited for ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE tHI NIWSPAflK THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS N I I G H B 0 R S HOME EDITION VOL LXI Auocutcd PmH ud United Preu roll a Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JULY 25 W5 This Paper Consists o Two 147 No Secret Pacts at Geneva Ike One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO 41300 Sunday WTAJD Quiaej IS JO Suda WOI Amei ThirUi When You Deal With Communists TI7HAT has been happening in Geneva this past week shouldj have the effect of alerting the peo ple of America and of the entirej free world to this sobering truth with respect to disarmament ANY AGREEMENT NOT BACKED UP WITH A FULL AND UNQUESTIONABLE ABIL ITY TO ENFORCE IT IS TO THE GREAT ADVANTAGE OF i RUSSIA AND WORLD COMMU NISM In practical effect such an agree ment with a power which is bent on world domination and contempf tuous of honor ties the free worlds hands Ikes Geneva Role Makes It Certain He Will Run Again WASHINGTON Senators Capehart RInd and Clifford P Case RNJ Monday said President Eisenhowers role at Geneva makes it almost certain he will run for reelection Sen Humphrey DMinn said in a separate interview he has always assumed Eisenhower will be a candidate again next year But hesaid he thinks do mestic inuei rather than inter national policies will bi over riding in next years election The President has to follow through with what he has Capehart said Ambassadors of Red China to Meet Prisoners Status to Be Discussed President Plans Talk to Nation j Solons Happy With Report I WASHINGTON Wi President Eisenhower told congressional leaders Monday that no secret agreements of any kind were made at the Big Four meeting nor were any private papers initialed Members of Congress gave this word to reporters after a briefing at the White House by Eisenhower and Secretary of State Dulles on the Presidents sessions in Geneva with Russian British and French leaders Later Presidential Press Secre tary James C Hagerty similarly said the President had given as surance there were no secret agreements In a forma state ment Hagerty said The President expressed the be lief that the outstanding feature of the Geneva meeting was the patently sincere desire expressed GlobeGazette Photos by Mabry SERIOUS Three of the Russians visiting Iowa Falls Saturday appear intent as they listen to Ralph McClure explain about his implement business The three Russians are left to right Nikolai Bogach Vladimir Matskevich leader of the group and Nikolai Gureev Most of the Russians took extensive notes throughout the day Matskevich asked most of the questions China mainland the State Depart ment announced Monday to deal with violations of the dis armament agreement which are as certain as tomorrows sunrise If history has any one lesson clearer than all others its this Law enforcement on the the scene is no more possible without Meetino U ed a police department than law en forcement would be on the local 2 ExCarnival Workers Held in Kidnaping Two Blue Earth Children Safe JEWELL former carai The President added that workers arrested here Satur The ambassador also will disof course is a hopeful on kidnap charges in connec cuss certain other practical matjment but quite naturally does ters now at issue between both Of itself warrant any relaxation of Tho ripht nf incTWtinn icnt pdieiiuy sincere uesire expressed enlu h wlen the Soviet delegation to cih0ria anH of the United States and Comicuss world problems in the future ing as Russia Siberia and a4 involved There must be wlU eet an atmosphere of friendliness power of enforcementthe to dlscuss the 51 d a willingness to sit down to r c D on the gether to work out differences No Relaxation scene without a police department The words world government may cause us to gulp and even to choke But it becomes crystal clear for an with eyes to see that there is no plausible alternative if war is to be banished from our earth A Natron Without Honor It is only an ENFORCEABLE disarmament can be assured Disarmament on any other basis is wholly UNEN upon the honor of the contracting nations And the Kremlin long since re vealed that it doesnt even know the meaning of the word honor American foreign policy for the past quarter of a century has been predicated on the basic premises here stated although we have not The department did not say what other matters might be discussed the mutual security measures we and our Allies of the free world are now Asked whether China was dis disappearance of two Minnesota children were returned Monday to Minnesota The children were located in Des Moines Satur day night Homer Montgomery 22 Warsaw North Fete 4 Russ Farm Experts By DRAKE MABRY GlobeGazette Staff Writer IOWA of the 12 touring Russians over the weekend glimpsed firsthand how people in a prosperous Iowa farm community live The leader of the delegation also said Russia needs peace to build up her own agriculture i But the enthusiasm of the people here was somewhat stifled when the visitors from the Soviet Union announced that they could not stay overnight as planned Their hosts were flabbergasted at the announcement The enthusiasm returned later in the day however as the Russians flashed good will and a fine sense of humor everywhere they went As things finally ended up two of the Russians stayed all night at the farm home of Leon ard Hoffman Others Returned The rest returned to Ames Satur day evening because we just have things to get done Several significant things hap pened during the tour of the Rus sians here They visited two farm implement dealers and bombarded j both with questions took pictures iof the machinery and asked for land got pamphlets describing the implements and giving the prices j They visited a coop elevator and jthe huge Purina Mill south of town They poked through a lumber yard and made a bustling trip through WJH watermelon slic a bank and a busy supermarket j ing duties He slices pff a piece And they ate their first hot dogj st the picnic to give to om Of tnt But a spokesman indicated the Hagerty told reporters it UK and Dea Mosier 52 Postosi talks would not take up the fatewas DUt m of were released from the Ham of Formosa Chiang Kaisheks NaState Department iilton County jail at Webster City tionalist Chinese fortress or the made while the White House meet jqtxstion of a ceasefire between was in arabas Chiang and the Chinese Commuisadorial representatives of this country and Red China will meet in Geneva next Monday to dis nists The State Department announce ment came less than 24 hours aft er Sen Walter F George chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee urged a meeting between Red China and the United States on the foreign ministers level to negotiate on the Formosa problem and other Far East tensions George is chief for eign policy spokesman for Demo crats in Congress Chous Remark The China meeting at up to now been willing to commit Geneva was arranged Dy G r e a t ourselves to the extension of lawjBritain which has fomal and order to the world reiations with the Chinese Com which isr the key to ENFORCE ABLE DISARMAMENT Rather we have chosen to out run our adversary in the Kremlin in a race of disarmament waiting perhaps for a more pro pitious time for the step toward a stronger United Nations The ill fated 1921 disarmament pact and the subsequent illfated Kellogg Briand treaty outlawing war have nition of the Peiping regime munists India and Burma in re cent secret talks with the United States were understood to have suggested a meeting between the United States and Communist China The State Department empha sized that the Geneva meeting with the Chinese Communists would not mean diplomatic recog been fresh in our mind Our own experience with disarmj sment and the experiments with disarmament in other lands down through the centuries have proved beyond any possibility of doubt that it does not provide a path to peace Men with war in their hearts can fight with pitchforks or even with bare hands Quoting From Finletter Thomas K Finletter former sec retary of the Air Force but now a practicing lawyer in New York City recently presented what he believed to be the principal differ ences betwen UNENFORCEABLE and ENFORCEABLE DISARMA MENT Th unenforceable disarmament is one in which 1 The nations give up some of cuss repatriation of citizens and other matters This discussion Hagerty said was not related to a recommenda tion by Chairman George DGa of the Secate Foreign Relations Committee that top UjSkand Red Chinese diplomats confer soon on Asiatic problems Final Directive Hagerty said Secretary Dulles gave the Congress members a de tailed presentation of the dayto day discussions at Geneva and an into the custody of Blue Earth officers The children Jo Ann Hanson 13 and her brother Charles 9 of Blue Earth were in custody of Des Moines relatives until their par ents Mr and Mrs Ronald Han son arrived to get them Kidnaping Law Sheriff Earl Fletcher of Blue Earth said Montgomery and Mo sier had been charged with kid naping which in Minnesota in cludes detaining of minors with out parents consent even if the minors go willingly The two children reportedly were seen entering Montgomerys LAUGHING Ezhheviski center laughs at a remark by John Strohm and his wife Wood stock 111 Strohm is the American leader of the entire 12 man Russian delegation Laughing with Strohm and Ezhhevski is Nikolai Bogach an engineer Exchange took place during the picnic in Foster Park in Iowa Fall J U t U CUi J analysis of the conferences final Blue directive to the Big Four foreign TO cf tfvni Earth But ministers who are to meet in Oc tober Monday night at p m Iowa time Eisenhower will address the nation by radio and television on the summit meeting Congressional leaders of both parties were invited to the White House Monday morning to get a briefing from the President and car and 8ave chase Montgomery secretary of state on the Geneva told offi e r s here that he a n d Mosier picked up the girl and boy in Northern Iowa Montgomery said the children were let out of the car north of here Saturday and he and Mosier continued to drive south Flushed Out A Jewell policeman spotted the drove the car in a ditch and fled sessions Afterward they spoke of on footMosier remained with the TROOP THROUGH IMPLEMENT Russian PASS THE MELON Nickolal is not urv in a familytype picnic in Foster interpreters sitting across from Park on the banks of the Iowa hifTK Woman at right is unidenti River fied The Russian delegation was headed by V V Matskevich dep uty minister of agriculture in the Soviet Union Matskevich is a picnic than at any other time dur ing their stay Used Notebooks short rotund man with a beaming c VTT t smile and alert eves that seem to Jjost of the Soviet delegates car take in everything ed notebooks and were great hands to write down everything HighRankmg Delegates wag tdd tbem The questions Others in the delegation asked were mteuigent Many Nikolai Gureev deputy premier of o them technical the Ukraine Aleksandr Ezhhevi But they were good questions McClure said after the Soviets vis ited his shop They are very eager to sharp Edwin McGlough chairman of the board of directors of the coop elevator visited by the Russians said Those guys arent dumb They ask smart The Russians have a serious side too After the picnic the question of the Geneva conference came up During the conversation Matske vich said If we can live in peace we can quickly improve in many areas Our land is very rich our people very industrious We need a period of peace to develop our land In the past 50 years we have gone through three savage wars We need Soviet agriculture is not in the bad shape the American press makes it out to be Matskevich claims The press drew their con clusions from misinterpreted state ments the Tass correspondent translated He said The transla tion was not Shortcomings Matskevich admitted that there were shortcomings in Soviet agri culture but said it was not in crit industry and Nikolai Bogach di rector of a machinery and tractor station near Odessa and an engi neer Makhil Lepuhin New York cor respondent for Tass the Soviet News agency and Vasai GmerMn U S state department interpreter accompanied the group The Russians left Ames Saturday morning and drove to Iowa Falls by automobile Carl Hamilton pub lisher of the Iowa Falls TimesCiti zen Leonard Hoffman seed com grower and Dick Pulse Hardin County extension director drove the group here Gereev and Lepuhin stayed over night with Hoffman Because both Russians were tired they went to bed about 10 Saturday But not before they had glimpsed tele vision and got a good laugh over the wrestling matches Farm Quiet The two Russians remarked about the quietness on the Hoffman farm It must have been quite a change from the hustle of their tour so far The Russians have traveled hun jdreds of miles through Iowa met ical Akic DIDI cv the meeting n such terms as verycar and was arrested UNt rUK KlrltTeaticfaMnri i A uosse of 100 mp Boys Life Saved by Mans Fall INDEPENDENCE Dennis Gritton 3 year old son of Mr and Mrs LaVern Gritton it a lucky lad Because of a fall he it still alive If this story seems to be a bit mixed up youll just have to read on Its the kind of thing their arms but not enough to prej Believe It or Not it to thrive on helpful and hopei A of men aiJed by Both Agreed four airplanes flushed Montgomery out of some weeds near here Sat Both House Speaker Rayburn uniay afternoon vent them from making war if they want to do so 2 Every nation counts on using its own trading ability to get a disarmament agreement under which it will keep the arms il con siders most important for itself For example from our point of view we would like to keep atomic bombs and cut down on ground troops From the Russian point of view they would like to get rid of the atom bombs and would be willing to make cuts in ground forces The only protection countries have under an unenforceable sys tem is an inspection setup that is a system which will warn CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 Dennis fell into a water tank on the family farm about a quar ter cf a mile east of Winthrop some seven miles east of here A moment two afterwards Mrs Grittons brother Bud Tu dor who lives with the family drove into the yard and rescued his young nephew from the tank After attempting unsuccessfully to revive the youngster he picked lad up in his arms and started running toward his car At this point what bordered on miracle occurred Tudor tripped and fell His weight descended on Dennis The impact forced the water from the boys lungs and he started bretth ing normally again DTex and Republican Senate Leader Knowland Calif said Eisenhower reported he gave no secret agreements of any kind at Geneva I think they made a helpful Rayburn told reporters It was a very satisfactory brief Knowland said It was the most constructive bipartisan ses sion I believe that we have had The President and the secretary of state made a full report The situation growing out of the conference is hopeful but the problems ahead are not dis The children had hitchhiked a ride on into Des Moines where a cousin Edwin Anderson found them The youngsters told police anil their uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Lester Anderson that they had hitchhiked from Blue Earth to Des Moines The Weather Mason City Somewhat warmer Iowa Continued pleasant Minnesota Showers cooler Globe Gazette Weather Data up to 8 am Mon SUNNY day Maximum Minimum At 8 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 81 62 71 82 62 Indianola Boy Drowns in Gold Fish Pond i UICU9 U11UUXU iUCt delegation followed by news and cameramen walk iiteraUy thousands of people and through the implement yard at the Ralph McClure Imjsat down at many banquet tables plement Co The Russians plied McClure with questions j The quiet seemed to be a wel about the price of machinery and the jobs the pieces did for the farmer Eagle Grove Next Stop for Russians EAGLE GROVE UP The visiting Russian farm experts Mon day travelled 50 miles for a visit to Dean Mosers 120acre farm near here Moser his wife and five young sons had a brunch of lemonade ice cream and cookies waiting for them INDIANOLA Powell 1 Monday night the Russians will 6 son of Mr and Mrs Paul Powsample another kind of Iowa social ell Indianola drowned Sunday in a gold fish pond on the Leo Brown farm near here Kenneth and Vaughn Woolsey 8 son of Mr and Mrs Vernon Wool life when they drop in at a 4H Club gettogether at Humboldt The 4Hers planned to give the Russians their first look at old fashioned American square danc There was little talk of military during the tour In fact the only time it came up was in a humorous come change The Russians told vein One of the cameramen cover Hoffman they just wanted to sit ling the visit carried a 120 roll film j under the trees and relax with a huge fourinch lens And thats about what they did topped with a sunshade The Rus A trip to Buckeye a small com munity of 200 was made Sunday morning Gureev and Lepuhin were fascinated by the community build ing in Buckeve sians said it was the wickedest looking camera they bad seen yet It reminds them of a military the interpreter said The visitors had quite a talk with sey went to the farm while out ing exploring The Browns were not at home and the boys tried to catch some of the fish The Powell boy apparently lost his balance and toppled into the pool and bumped his head The older boy was un able to pull him out Des Moines Soldier Drowns in Kansas PEABODY Kan UP Pfc Mark J Thomas 20 Des Moines Iowa drowned in a lake near here Sunday Britt Man 75 Receives Broken Back in Fall Nelson 75 suf fered a broken back late Sunday afternoon when he fell off a grain bin while working on the Herbert Missal farm seven miles northwest of here Nelson was taken to a hospital in Britt No report on his condition was available Sunday evening j FIRST HOT DOG Vladimir Hoff mans three children Shiri Harold Hubbard an implement jley 20 Gary 16 and Jean 12 redealer who spent two years in Rus minded Gureev of his home in Russia with a department of agricul sia He also has three mission in 193032 aged and 6 Gureev told The light side of the Russians man that he was a little up in many instances Dur The two Russians returned to ling a visit to the lumberyard Mats Ames Sunday afternoon kevich was smoking a cigarete Fire Questions iwhen it was pointed out to him At every stop Saturday the in1 that smoking was prohibited in the quisitive Russians fired questionsyard He turned to the owner Ver at workmen employes and maninon Furrow and said If my cig agers or owners During the tour arette set fire to the yard how Matskevich takes a healthy bite of the Ralph McClure Implement from his first hot dog at the familystyle picnic Saturday evening The nearest thing to a hot dog in Russia is a form of hard salami SAMI Gureev spotted Bernie Pfeif jfer a mechanic in the background Gureev rushed over to get Lepuhin jto interpret for him so he could jtalk to Pfeiffer He asked him about repairs to the farm machinery The entire delegation made a point to be courteous They made sure they shook hands with every body they talked to and thanked them for their trouble They were in a jovial mood They laughed and enjoyed a joke At the picnic following the days tour they really let down and had good time Observers who have been with the delegation since their arrival in Iowa remarked that it much would it cost me How long would it take to pay on the money the interpreter is making on this tour Furrow replied About Wanted Ride During the visit to the Ralston Purina plant across the street from the lumber yard Matskevich no ticed a carrier device that hauls men up and down the tall storage silos He wanted to ride on them in the worst way But the guide George Oswald superintendent of the plant told him that their insurance company wouldnt like it Oswald also ex plained that the carrier had three safety devices to prevent injury seemed they had more fun at thej Matskevich looked at him   

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