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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 26, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS CITY EDITION VOL LXI Associated Preu and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JULY WS This Paper Consists rt Two No Spark of World Peace Is Ignited Ike Brownell Told of Dealings Talbot Case Is Continued WASHINGTON in vestigators were told Tuesday Att Gen Herbert Brownell knew that Air Secretary Harold E Tal botls private firm sought a busi ness deal with a defense contractor Air Force General Counsel John A Johnson testified at a publicj hearing of the Senate investigating subcommittee that Brownell exj pressed no disagreement with the idea that Talbott was acting legal ly in pursuing the deal But hej said Browneli suggested delaying action on the deal I Meanwhile T a 1 b o 11 s attorj ncy said the Air Force secretary wants to return for more testimony I before the subcommittee which is conducting an inquiry into his ac tivities on behalf of Paul B Mul ligan a management engi neering firm in which he is partner j To Meet Later Chairman John L McClellan DArk said the group would meet later Tuesday to consider which witnesses to call in its investiga tion The subcommittee is investigat ing the propriety of Talbotts con AP Wirephoto FUNERAL FOR CORDELL flag draped coffin of former Secretary of State Cordell Hull who died Saturday rests in the Washington D National Cathe dral Tuesday during funeral services Seated at right are back to front Secretary of State Dulles former Secretary of State Dean Acheson and Adm Edward Beach presi dential naval aide SON FOUR OTHERS HELD Taken From Baker DAYTON Ohio tfi Frederick I covered his savings were gone Poiing stolen money walked into the tinued association with the MulliQarj Frowein 16 has been said his oldest son admitted office of Sheriff Orvall Armbrecht gan firm which has been emjwilb larceny along with fouritaking and four other boysat Versailles Ind He said he was1 Tours Success Afosf Surprising By RICHARD KASISCHKE MOSCOW dinner cooked for Russians by hospitable Iowa farm women American photographers shouting at Russian of icials Touch the pigs A deputy premier of the Ukraine chew ing gum in a Cedar Rapids slaughterhouse Three years ago such reports in the Soviet press would have been as fantastic as a cable from Mars But now they are getting common as Soviet newspapers re port on the visit at a Russian farm delegation to Iowa and an Ameri can farmers tour of the No matter what the ultimate re sult of the Geneva conference both sides seem to agree the ex change of farm delegations will have immediate and beneficial re sults in this matter of plain peo ple getting to know each other In a dispatch from Iowa Falls the Soviet news agency Tass re ported the Soviet farmers had a Congress May Wind Up by This Weekend House Leaders Nof Optimistic President in Talk to Nation Real Test in October ployed by a number of big defenseiolher b0yS in the theft oflsnared the rest contractors as well as other corporations father Previous testimony showed that from the home of Frovcins Another teenager involved in the surrendering himself and y0ung Frowein told police Ms jjuly 15 burglary Carl Cook Dayfriends had doublecrossed him I After taking of his fathers money he showed some friends Fred Frowein 45yearold Dayjton surrendered to Indiana Talbott has received in ton baker saved the money for Monday night profits from the firm since he and hid it in three buckets Thg 19yearold Cook wantedfwhere it was hidden Three of them came Air Force secretary Tbejms basement together with bakingihere on a fugitive warrant chargjcame later police said and subcommittee also has obtained materials Last Friday copies of letters which Talbott wrote from his Pentagon office on Air Force stationery seeking to drum up business for the firm Johnson was called to the wit ness stand Tuesday for question ing about Talbotts efforts to landj a contract for the Mulligan firm with Radio Corporation of Amer ica a major defense contractor The senators specifically wanted sskmal scruliny has been agency said Tuesday to know if Johnson as governi j ur mentsalaried official lawyer he dising him with receiving and the remaining money all in small bills while the Froweins were away from home The elder Frowein would not talk to reporters His wife said she did not know why he kept the money in the basement instead of a control for legislation Monday SB A Fires McDavitt as Director of Security WASHINGTON V McDavitt whose performance as security director of the Small Business Administration has been under One of the five charged Dwain congressional scrutiny has been fired the agency said Tuesday 19 surrendered to police An SBA spokesman confirmed reports that Administrator WendellMonday at a farm home north opposition emergency measures irB Barnes notified McDavitt that he was dicharged as of 5 p Ind Lmke had wrecked and conference reports on bills in WASHINGTON fhChances for adjournment this week of the 1955 session of Congress teetered in the balance Tuesday as both House and Senate struggled with the usual lastminute rush of bills Senate leaders took the position there still is a good chance to wind up by this Saturday night House leaders appeared some what less optimistic House leaders Tuesday called up one of the big controversial mea sures of the road con struction bfll to provide for 48 billion dollars of federal and state spending over the next 13 years The Senate has passed it in differ ent form Money Bill The Senate works on a 614 supplemental money cleanup appropriations measure for this year with items in it for dozens of government agencies This has cleared the House in dif ferent form The Senate also is Kkely to send to President Eisenhower a com promise military reserve bill de signed to provide an eventual force of trained men The House passed it Monday The Senate Democratic Policy Committee which serves as a traf good time spending Saturday night and Sunday in farm homes where we were plied with many questions and answered Unusual Move The Literary Gazette official newspaper of the Soviet Writers League Tuesday joined other pub lications in giving space to the Russians visit to Iowa It is un usual for the Literary Gazette to touch such subjects The threecolumn headline said Iowa Citizens Smile Happy Smiles to The story was a di PRESIDENT EISENHOWER Report Maybe because his father lost three bakeries in Germany during hard Mrs Frowein said for making to his staff the propriety of a defense con tractor doing business with bolts firm Sees No Conflict SBA s mphance and security Tal The statements reportedly were made last week when McDavitt called together his 13 subordinates and told them the office would be Johnson told the subcommitteeiabolished and their jobs along with he did not act as Talbotts private it attorney in the RCA contract talks last January He said he simply McDavitts security program has of early Little Hope for Heat Relief DES MOINES GuThe Weather Bureau could offer lowans no hope gest of a dispatch by Tom Whit ney an Associated Press writer formerly stationed in Moscow who is accompanying the Soviet dele gation It began I never thought I would see a deputy chairman of the State Planning Commission answer his Cadillac convertible between the twelve shouts of impatient American urday near Richmond following a houses twostate police chase and then escaped His car was believed pur held up a stop sign for all but four classes of legislation Appropriations bills to run the government minor bills for which JLinke 19 surrendered to police there is not too pronounced op Scattered LAURENS UP The 12 of the Soviet delegation were tottered ever Iowa and Illinois Tuesday each studying American progress in MM fwM delegates Tuesday morning toured the 293acre rented farm of Tafford J Tinius Three Rus sians were in Humboldt inspect ing the DeKalb Hybrid Seed Corn Co processing plant Two other delegates were in Peoria III to tour the plant of the Cater pillar Tractor Co Red Chinese Attitude to Be Major Factor Talks Could Cover Many Problems WASHINGTON C The United States Tuesday was described as eady to discuss a number of Far Gast problems directly with Com munist China if the Reds agree o free 51 or so American citizens officials said Red Chinas attitude toward this longstanding American demand would deter mine the scope of the special con ference which it was announced Monday will begin next Monda in Geneva 11 Airmen H the Chinese Beds refuse tc release 11 American airmen anc 40 civilians they said there will ie no point in talking about other By ED CREAGH WASHINGTON W Presi dent Eisenhower told the nation Monday night a spark of world peace was ignited at the Big Four conference But he said much pa iience and sacrifice and some giving on each side will be needed to keep that spark alive Winding up a radioTV report on last weeks he said included no secret the President declared I believe that only with prayer ful patience intelligence courage and tolerance never forgetting vigilance and prudence can we keep alive the spark ignited at Geneva We all of us individually and as a people have possibly the most difficult assignment of our nations history Likewise we have the most shining opportunity ever pos essed by Americans May these ruths inspire us never dismay Acid Test He said the acid test of the Geneva talks will come next Octo tensions such as a Formosa cease fire Sen George chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee said in a separate in terview the talks may help clear the air for a future conference on other matters with Red China per haps on the foreign ministers level Peiping Radio proposed Mon day that the fate of Nationalist held Formosa and Red Chinas been under investigation by a prepared a memorandum for TalSenate civil service subcommittee bott stating that Talbotts memFormer employes complained that from the humit weather which moved back into the state Tuesday Northeast Iowa escaped the full Other Bills It appeared certain two major chased with part of the stolen pjeces Of legislation would win fi money Police said Cook doublecrossed minimum wage from 75 cents to SI a pal by stealing his share of loot an hour and a bill to extend major from the burglary The youth had government housing programs stored his in the trunk of Three appropriations bills re Cooks car police said and Cook main to clear Congress including ran off with it Thursday night the big foreign aid bill Cook said he had only of photographers to touch the pigs by bending over and touching Iowa The Literary Gazette quoted Whitneys report from Ames at length er when the Big ministers meet to Four foreign seek specific agreements on some of the broad problems taken up by their chiefs Then is when reconciliation and some giving on each sida will be definitely At another point be said Now for myself I do not be ittle the obstacles lying ahead on the road to a secure and just peace I do not blink the fact that all of us must continue to sacrifice or what we believe to be best for he safety of ourselves and for the preservation of the things in which we believe But I do know the people of he world want peace Moreover every other individ ual who was at Geneva likewise elt this longing of mankind The President spoke glancing admission to the United Nations occasionally at handwritten notes be settled through consultationfrom his oval office n the White among the countries House In this first direct report On this Big Hit side the 12 visiting bership in the Mulligan firm did McDavitt told them to submit only of the warmer air Monday not violate the information aboutas afternoon hjens ranged from laws certain persons they were checkjg6 at rjuouque to 96 at Sioux Citvj Johnson said Loftus E Becker aing on iamj Lamoni Readings Tuesday Washington attorney for RCA inj The senators also inquired mtojand Wednesday were expected to formed him last lan 5 that RCAian alleged liaison between McJbe in ihe and upper 90s in would not be satisfied with and a Miss scctions but wanted approval from the attorney general The tall lean youngishlooking general counsel said Talbott asked him to discuss the question with girl whose emigration to the United States he later sponsored McDav itt formerly was with a unit of the Displaced Persons Commission in Germany Barnes immediately appointed Edwin Holland director of person Brownell I prepared in draft form memorandum to secretary Taljnel as acting director of the bott stating the conclusion that thejagcncys security division secretarys retention of a 50 per cent interest in Paul B Mulligan Co and his sharing of the firms profits during his tenure of office violated no provision of He said he went to see Brownell last Jan 6 The attorney general said that he would like to take the matter under consideration The attorney general said I could ex pect to hear from him in a day or two and that should take the matter in the meantime I no further action in DesMoines Woman Shot by Husband DES MOINES UP Norma Heath 27 Des Moines was shot three times in the stomach late Monday night and police arrested her estranged husband Levi Rollie 29 Mrs Heath was listed in criti Monday nights readings were the hottest of the summer at many points as lows ranged from 73 at Dubuque and Lamoni to 78 at Council Bluffs Little relief was ex pected Tuesday or Wednesday nights Temperatures zoomed into the 100s in South Dakota and Kansas ate Monday including 102 at Pjerre and 101 at Hill City s Kan But Johnson said he never heard cal condition from Brownoll RCA deal DATE1954429 trifflo In M hours said again about the Detective James McGuire the shooting took place near the Heath home after Heath had gone there to talk to his wife about a reconciliation Heath admittec shooting the woman with a 22 caliber rifle and then taking her to a hospital THIRD PARLIAMENT TEL AVIV Israel voted Tuesday for its third Knesset parliament in a national election overshadowed by World War I Nazi atrocities and the threat o new trouble with the Arabs Cheer Up Its Hot in Alaska Too FAIRBANKS Alaska UP The normallyfrigid Arctic regions of Alaska are in the midst of a siz zling heat wave The tiny Eskimo village of Wainwright on the Arctic Ocean 90 miles southwest of Pt Bar row reported a temperature of 80 degrees Monday In Fairbanks it was 147 de grees warmer Monday than it was on the same date in De cember The mercury zoomed to 93 It was 54 degrees below zero on Dec 25 1954 DEAD AT 117 RALEIGH N C WiDeath has come to Rufus Holloway a former years the stolen money and spent in Columbus to buy another car About of the cache had ibeen recovered before Cook turned in his portion Linkes wrecked car yielded police said and more was found around Dayton Cooks brings the total recovered to almost Police said they believe the money unaccounted for has been spent and never will be Algona Man After 18 Years in Iowa State Prison DES MOINES Harry L Stoner 56 Algona has been paroled from Fort Madison State Prison alter serving 18 years of a life term on a charge of being an accomplice in a murder the State Parole Board said Tuesday Stoner was accused as an accessory in the robbing and beating of Anna Jergensen in Kossuth County April 25 1935 Her house was ransacked and the woman died a short time later He is the seventh of 17 lifers who had their sentences commuted last January by the then Gov Leo Elthon to be paroled NEW ADMIRAL WASHINGTON LP William A Schoech of Blakesburg Iowa is among 32 Navy captains on active duty who have been selected for iromotion to rear admiral Capt Schoech is commander of the aircraft carrier North wood Jus Couple in Sky From Oar Wire Seirtces MINNEAPOLIS An Iowa justice of the peace Tuesday agreed to marry a Minneapolis model and her millionaire boyfriend in a chartered Braniff airliner July 30 Edward L Williams 52 international cemetery executive said his marriage to Marion Sutton 27 will be performed in the plane by Justice of the Peace Morris Bakkes tun Northwood Iowa r The ceremony will take place in Tithe sky over Northwood where the lonnnlp frit their weddin to Wed Over State They went to Iowa for the license because of a difference in marriage regulations Williams said a private grounc service at which the marriage wil be blessed will follow the aeria ceremony Marion and I are of Christian faith and desire to maintain a sacred and spiritual association with our he said Marion is of Methodist and I of Lutheran He said the location of the second ceremony would be announce later Basic Issues 1 Noncongressional informants said the Geneva talks will not seek to chart an overall Far East settle ment but will concentrate on what to the nation on the Geneva meet American farmers are making a big bit by both their friendliness and their inquisitiveness A Pravda reporter following the Americans through the Odessa re gion said the visitors were taking reat interest in a fastripening of Soviet cotton which is ilanted in May and harvested at he end of August or the begin ning of W V Lambert of the University of Nebraska leader of the Ameri can delegation suggested after a visit to the genetics institute it would be helpful to have a gen iral meeting of Russian and Amer can scientists to discuss theoret cal problems of selection and genetics He said Americans were hopeful Prof Trofim D Lysenko leading Soviet biologist could attend such an open meeting This motion was seconded by William Reed Greens joro are regarded as issues between the two countries Nationalist China therefore would not be directly involved This formula would bar any agreement on the future of For mosa Such items as the Western trade blockade of the Chinese mainland and Red Chinas aid to Red forces in Indochina and Ko rea could be introduced Man Loses Both Hands in Press Accident DES MOINES Craw1 ford 27 lost both hands at the wrist Monday night when he caught his arms in a punch press at the New Monarch Machine Stamp ing Co where he works He was his talks with the Russian British and French chiefs of government 1 A sharpened realization by the world that the United States will go to any length consistent with our concepts of decency jus tice and right to obtain peace For this purpose we will work coop eratively with the Soviets and any other people as long as there is sincerity of purpose and a genu ine desire to go Race Suicide 2 A growing realiziation by all the nu clear warfare pursued to the ulti mate could be practically race sui realization that negotia tions can be conducted without propaganda and threats and in 4 A better understanding and a closer unity among the nations new in that department Crawof fords condition was described as fairly good at a hospital Tues dav Danish Submarine Wrecked by Fire COPENHAGEN Denmark Fire made a hollow shell out of the Danish Submarine Saelen Tuesday Several men trapped behind a wall of flame in the engine room es caped through an emergency hatch Three sailors were burned in the fire which destroyed most of the interior installations of the sub marine a naval spokesman said A short circuit in the power cables set fire to a bundle of cloth and other inflammable material in the engine room The Saelen a former Polish ves sel handed to Denmark by Britain after World War II carries a crew of 20 to 30 men All About The Weather Iowa Hot and humid Eisenhower spoke without side line coaching from his TV adviser Robert Montgomery who was in New York The chief executives manner was serious but rather matteroffact in comparison with the earnestness of the similar 15 minute taik he delivered just be fore leaving for the Geneva con ference 10 days earlier Monday nights address was more hastily Five day Iowa Temperaturesiprepared Occasionally he fumbled Tuesday night through Sunday will for a word average about 5 degrees above nor mal Normal highs near 90 Normal lows in lower 60s Continued hot ex cept some cooling likely late Thursday or Friday Rainfall will average onehalf inch to one inch in widely scattered thundershowers throughout the period Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 Tues day Maximum 91 Minimum 74 At 8 84 YEAR AGO Maximum 87 Minimum 62 SUNNY Without visible emotion he spoke of the diplomatic surprise he scored at proposal that this country and the Soviet Union exchange military blueprints and permit aerial photographing of each others military facilities The principal purpose of course was to convince everyone of Western sincerity in seeking he said But another idea was this If we could go ahead and es tablish this kind of inspection as an initiation of an inspection sys tem we could possibly develop it into a broader one and eventually build on it an effective and dur able disarmament   

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