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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 27, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowos Doily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NIWSPAPIK THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANX NEIGHBOR S HOME EDITION VOL LXI PttM and United fnu Full Seven a Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JULY 27 IMS Thii Paper CoiuuU of Two No 249 Talbott Getting Out of Business Firm MOTHER FORCED OUT OF AUTO Mason Cityan Foils Kidnaper ST JOSEPH Mo UBA fright ened but quickwitted young Iowa housewife foiled a wouldbe kid naper near here early Wednesday Highway Patrol Lt R E L Walker said Mr and Mrs Charles she was abducted at gunpoint from yearold wife Walker pieced to their automobile on U S 69 about jgether this story 2 but jumped from the kidj The lowans were enroute to Tex napers car and escaped on foot ajas on a vacation trip On the high few minutes later She was un1 way between Cameron and Pattons harmed thought a tire on the Pinneke car needed attention They stopped and a man wearing a handkerchief over his face and carrying either a rifle or shotgun Pinneke who live at Bell From excited accounts told by up behind them and by blinking his Mason City Iowa reported thatjthe 26yearold Pinneke and his signalled them to stop They Stag Opens Fete at Lake Report Israeli Airliner Shot Down 57 Die Claim Bulgarians Fired on Craft ATHENS Greece auj thorities reported Bulgarian anti aircraft gunners shot down an Israeli airliner in flames near the GreekBulgarian border Wednes day All except perhaps one of the 58 persons aboard must bej considered killed the Greeks said j Four of the passengers were Americans j Israel alerted that the Constel lation had crashed from some cause said it had no official in formation that Bulgarians fired on it A Foreign Ministry in Jerusalem said the Israeli legai tion in Sofia has been instructed circum Army Enlistments of Parolees From Creston Rejected DES MOINES Army Wednesday rejected enlistments by thrre Creston youths who had been pireled from 30day jail sentences if they would join the Army We dont want people in the Army under those conditions nor can we accept said Maj Melvin W Olson com manding officer of the recruit ing station The three were Dean Lyman 18 and Charles Miller 18 both of Creston and Melvin Eggmin 22 who lives near Creston They had pleaded guilty before Police Court Judge Elmer L Hunt in Creston on charges of frequent ing a disorderly house following a police raid on the home of Mrs Beverly Harrison 25 Army recruiting officials in Des Moines said two Army ser geants in Creston will be re lieved of recruiting duties as a result of mishandling of the Legislators to Be Guests at Annual Party Hoegh to Attend Governors Days burg another motorist drove forced Mrs Pinneke to leave her husband and get into his car The kidnaper then drove away with the young woman but slowed down a few moments later and virtually stopped in order to turn off into a side road Mrs Pinneke took advantage of the opportunity to open the car door leap out and flee on foot The kidnaper drove off and Pinneke who had followed picked up his wife and they drove j to the Highway Patrol headquar ters Walker said the lowans thought the car of the kidnaper carried a Kansas license tag but they were unable to give the type of car or other details They were so Walk er said that they couldnt even agree on details She didnt know CLEAR LAKE Iowas biggestjhow many men there were in the annual political show outside thecarHe said there were two We state capital goes on the boardsjhave found no trace of the re here Friday night The politiciansjported gather at the All Veterans Socialj The Pinnekes resumed their Center for the 17th annual stagltrip to Texas Walker said after party honoring the State Conservareporting the incident tion Commission i More than 100 state officials and FARMERS IN Farmers and their Russian guides tour Moscows permanent Soviet agricultural exhibition before leaving for the farm area and inspec tion of crops A similar group of Russians are visiting Americas Midwest garden area legislators have accepted invita tions from the directors and com mitteemen of the Association for the Preservation of Clear Lake About 350 guests and hosts will at In Mason City Pinnekes grand mother Mrs Tom Rafferty 1414 iWilson said the couple and their three children left at 6 Five Drown in Water Accidents By The Associated Press tend Tuesday for Texas The youngest Four lowans were listed Wednes representatives Lincoln Neb Has High 105 urgently to investigate stances of the crash Near A special Greek government statement based on observations of joidiers of the 10th Greek army division in Macedonia said the fourengine Americanbuilt craft of the El Al Lanes was felled north of Petritsiu on a flight from London to Lydda Israel The crash in rugged territory of Bulgaria a member of the Com munists Warsaw Military Alli ance came only four days after the windup of the Big Four sum mit conference to ease world ten1 lions The was amiss with the Constellation which took off from Viennas cago said there appeared no im i Schechat Airport at 4 on relief from the hot andiare attending the stag Friday eve VicnnaIstanbul leg of its southhumid weather over most of their wives will be enter first word that anything as well as other of his party In the Governors party will be Don Pierson Humboldt Iowa GOP chairman and Russell Lundy chairman of the State Highway Commission 21 Candidates By Aueeiiud few The governor has indicated that Another day of 90plus temperjhe will be on hand this year to atures just about fit for crown Miss Iowa Choice of one was the weather menu for most of of the 21 candidates will be anj the midcontinent and wide areasjnounced Sunday evening at the child is less than six months old day as victims of water accidents T J v she said and the three must have I The dead were Warren Williams Gov Leo Hoegb will head the back seat at time75 Iowa Falls Everett L Pur Repubhcan delegation which inof holdup 37 Des Moines Timothy G eludes most of his official family Pinnekes were on their wayBohan 20 Shell Rock Philip Mos i t rf U Hemng jb ig DavenPort and Randy standard bearer m the last guberito vjsit hjs MrsJLadCnthin 10 Remsea natonal race also will be on Roy PinneKe who live there Pinneke is an employe of the Le higb Portland Cement Co in the East and South The Weather Bureau in Chi coronation ball at the Surf Ball room While the distinguished guests ward journey was an SOS inter cepted by the airline operations office and Rome monitors The message said the plane was going down in flames Forced Landing In Tel Aviv the airlines general manager said the Constellation made a forced landing in Bulgaria after being fired on by Bulgarian antiaircraft guns Yugoslavia which lies just westj of Bulgaria has an air corridor over which certain 99 At The Mason City temperature Wednesday at was 9 the highest this summer midwest A little cooler air which moved into northern midwest areas Tuesday isnt going to move very far South forecasters said Temperatures climbed to above 100 degrees Tuesday from Kansas northeastward across Eastern Ne jtained at a picnic at Clear Lake jState Park Saturdays activities will begin j at with the Governors Days parade headed by a Marine color guard Gov Hoegh will speak at 3 at City Park More than 300 reservations have IIVSL u U 1C i braska Western Iowa parts and canoe tilting jby Boy Scouts also is planned ing those of the U S Pan Amer ican are permitted to fly on the ViennaIstarfbul route of Wisconsin and plane straying slightly off course sections of Illinois eastward near the juncture of thej The nations hot spot was Lin frontiers of Yugoslavia Greece andjcoln with a high of 105 been made for the Governors Ban quet at 6 at the Surf Ball room Last year 275 persons at tended the affair A stage and water show is sched uled for 8 An exhibition of Bulgaria would cross over the Buljwhile it was 103 ai Salina garian border and Estherville Iowa Miss Iowa candidates will apdent Eisenhowers plan for a revive him were with pear in the afternoon parade andjbilliondollar roadbuilding program out avail financed through long term Mosb disappeared in the water Would Open All Areas to Russ Planes Ike WASHINGTON Eiiclosed that former Budget Director Two Parades Williams arose early Wednesday and went for a walk along the jlowa River near his home in lowai Falls He apparently slipped from the bluff and fell about 35 feet into the water His wife who heard the splash summoned the rescue squad Dr W A Johnson coroner listed it as an accidental drowning Three sons also survive him Became Tired Purscell was swimming in the Des Moines River southeast of Des Moines with his son John 16 and his daughter Barbara 14 when he apparently became tired John went for a rope to help his father but the elder Purscell went down about the time his son reached the bank Purscell had gone on a picnic outing with his family Tuesday and on the bank were his wife President Reserves Decision Inquiry to Continue AP Wirephotos THE CHARLES PINNEKES Ikes Highway Plan Defeated VIEW MODEL Eussian guide points out crop exhibits to the farmers at the agricultural fair in Moscow The Americans have been enthusiastically wel comed and questioned during their tour Marilyn in Praise From Russ Visitors were hire Some Mulligan clients have government contracts Talbott told the committee he is convinced he had done nothing il legal or unethical in connection with the company but that he now realizes he was mistaken in al lowing his Pentagon office to be used for letter writing dealing with Mulligan activities My greatest concern is the Air Talbott said Rather than injure the Air Force I would di HOLSTEIN visiting Russian farm experts Wednesdayivest myself my interests 10 WASHINGTON of he Air Force Harold Talbott told nvestigating senators Wednesday ie is getting out of the manage ment consultant firm of Paul B Mulligan Co Even as Talbott was giving this word to the senators President Eisenhower was telling a news conference he will decide after he Senate inquiry ends whether Talbott has used his office im properly and should be fired Eisenhower said that in general he actions of a public official must be impeccable from the standpoint of both law and ethics and should avoid giving any im pression of wrongdoing 5 Days Ago Talbott told the Senate Investi gations Subcommittee he decided five days ago to get out of the Mulligan firm from which he has received in profits since becoming Air Force secretary in early 1953 The air secretary said he has already written his partner Mulli gan saying he is taking legal steps to divest himself of his role in the partnership It was Talbotts partnership in the firm which led to the hear ings by the subcommittee on the propriety and legality of Talbotfs role in the pri v a t e business enterprise The Mulligan firm is a manage ment engineer ing concern It s p e c i alizes in instructing busi nesses on ways to cut costs in record keeping and clerical TALBOTT about Americas agricultural and military might But child in the fall and two younger sons Bohan an engineer at Waterloo radio station KWWL died Tuesday night at Byrnes Park Pool in Wa terloo Authorities said he may have hit his head on the bottom of the pool in a dive Found in Pool Jim Richardson 14 Waterloo WASHINGTON The House Discovered Bohans body at the Wednesday rcjctcd 18417S crowded pool ncic uguuujjptii iuuui amenta s agncuumai auu muiiarv Helen who is expecting a sixth they had positive opinions about the nations movie again at in the Venetian Nights parade The Miss Iowa tal ent contest will be held Sunday at at the Surf Ballroom Gov Hoegh will crown Miss Iowa of 1955 at at the Coronation Ball at the Surf j Dr George Dunn Independence MARION Ferguson Bailey Iowas oldest resident died Tuesday night at the age of 109 Mrs Bailey died at the home of The standing partyline a pusherpropeller ja daughter Mrs Rye Harrison of was subject to a possible later boat overturned in the Marion after a brief illness Marilyn Monroe won enthusiastic praise One of the Russians echoed the sentiments of many American men by prolaiming every should have one like But Jane Russell doesnt appeal to the Soviets The only thing she has is a one of them said The Russians took time out from their tour of hot Iowa farmlands to slip into aircooled movie the aters and inspect Americas most Oldest Resident of State Dies at Age 109 call which conceivably could re verse the outcome But it pointed toward probable Mississippi about 200 yards from shore a mile west of Davenport A companion John Behning 25 acceptance instead of a rival Demclmjg the overturned craft and ocratic proposal for a highway prowas rescued by Randal Tharp 38 district superintendent of t h egram to be paid for through S14 iand Frost 34 both of Dav Methodist Church will speak on L scnhower said Wednesday he be lieves he would allow peaceful for Joseph M Dodge who initiated the controversial project will go eign planes to fly over any area before Congress to tell complete de of Uie United States to carry his Geneva proposal for exchange of military blueprints and aerial in spection military reserves bill dispatched to The Eisenhower proposal Tuesday by Congress Eisen made at the Geneva summit meetjhower witn a negative At ing contingent on agreement by Russia to allow the same inspec least one or two items he said strike him as having been thought Remembering Gods Goodness at the united Governors Days church services Sunday at at the band shell in added automotive taxes over the next 16 years Eisenhowers program has al ready been beaten in the Senate which passed a roadbuilding bill raced a motor boat Mrs Bailey was born Jan 4 1846 in Ohio and came to Center Point Iowa in a covered wagon with her parents in 1848 She was married to Isaac Ferguson in 1861 and they left Iowa twice once to live in Da into the river seconds after the mishap The Ladenthin bov son of Mr kota and once in Kansas Fergu json died about 53 years ago Her second husband Samuel D and Mrs Larry Ladenthin Veteran of the Civil Other events include a ladies tea without any financing provision and reception Saturday at the C A tails of the matter a question whether Knutson home a boat ride on the he is satisfied with the compromise tion and provide the same full iniessly handled He mentioned one formation this country would give itenit a differential in pay but said At a news conference at which he would have to study the bill Eisenhower again stressed gains at also touched on these subjects Red President said he cannot guess now as to the pos sibility of a U China meet ing on the foreign ministers level What the next step will be after next weeks Geneva conference be tween the two countries on the am bassadors level he said he is not lure DixonYates Eisenhower disjpcace friend Soviet Defense Minister Gcorgi Zhukov at Geneva empha sized the new concept of Soviet col lective leadership At Geneva he noted instead of one outstanding figure participating for Russia there were three or four As for Zhukovs talk with him he said it was to impress upon him the deep desire of the Soviets for Princess and breakfast at Park for the legislators Sunday morning and a band concert at 3 Sunday at City Park The Clear Lake Yacht Club re gatta will get under way Saturday at 3 with races again Sun day at 10 and SAME Whin Uf no traffic dektk in M komri A Unique Way to Escape the Heat TUNY TOWN Colo Herbert Lindle 60 and Louise West 48 braved the chilly moun tain air Tuesday night for a wed ding in the nude before some 80 guests at the Colorado Sunshine Club The bridesmaid was stripper Evelyn Treasure Chest West who wore only a large bouquet of flowers Bestman was John Garrison president of the Colorado Sunshine Club and every inch a nudist The minister known only as Homer conducted the rites in fujj attire although he is a member of the club in good standing War He has been dead more than 30 years farm south of Remsen drowned Tuesday afternoon in a sandpit on the William Flewelling farm Randy wearing a diving mask her life in the Center Point and was swimming with seven areas She saw her boys All dove into the pit and movie at Randy failed to come up publicized N M Gureev based his judgment times 5050 Interest Therefore he said he decided on July 22 to write Mulligan that he had decided to dissolve our Talbott had a 5050 interest with Mulligan in the firm Talbott said he wrote the letter after an earlier appearance be fore the subcommittee in which he said he would give up his partner ship if the senators thought lie should do so The reason he hadnt mentioned of Marilyn Monroe on her perhis letter before Talbott said was formance in The Seven Yearjbecause he didnt want to create The Russians took in thejthe impression he was trying to movie at Spencer Tuesday night and implied that girls of her type would be welcomed behind the Iron Curtain A Z Tulupnikov the only Eng lishspeaking member of the group had already examined Jane Rus sell in the movie He decided the shapely star was a cut shot the hearings Talbott said that he has been so busy as air secretary he hasnt had much time to examine the Mulligan companys affairs He said he didnt mean this to appear to be a reflection on Mulli gan But he said in the past two and a half years I dont believe very unpleasant Gestur1 have devoted 22 days to the ing graphically Tulupnikov toldJMulligan newsmen she has a hard Talbott said nearly all the firms her voice is tinny and she walksactivities have been directed by AII About The Weather Mason City Possible rain Iowa Showers cooler Minnesota Cloudy drizzle COOLER Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 Wednes day Maximum 97 Minimum 72 At 8 85 YEAR AGO Maximum 88 Minimum 62 agc f 95 with a i Mulligan ever since Talbott be The main body of the Russianscame air secretary Mrs tfailey has lived most of j will throw a party at the Hotel j Eisenhower indicated that what Fort Des Moines in Des Moines j decisions he makes about Talbott Wednesday night They promisediwill turn on ethical considerations it would be even bigger than a caviar and vodka reception held Sunday night The four other Russians were on sidetrips Two of them took off to view the Sioux City stockyards Two more wound up their tour of the big Caterpillar Tractor Co BURLINGTON A second plant at Peoria and then polio death within three days to curred here Tuesday night whenfor a look at thc John Deere Sharon Schau 3 Donnellson died tractor plant there of the disease Howard Hohl 20 a farmer living near Donnellson died Sunday night of polio The two deaths are believed the Second Polio Death in Last 3 Days Co Austria Becomes Free Nation After 17 Years Ike to Be Grandpa for Fourth Time WASHINGTON Eisenhower Wednesday beamingly disclosed that his daughterinlaw Mrs John S Eisenhower is ex pecting a baby in December With an eartoear grin he told reporters that he came home from Geneva to be greeted by the good news that if all goes well he uill VIENNA Austria be a grandfather for the fourth about Christmas first in Iowa during the currentjtria became a free nation WednesJohn and Barbara Eisenhower polio season Both deaths occurredjday for the first time since 1938 A now have three children David in the polio center at Mercy ceremony in Moscow put Barbara Ann 5 and Susan pital Burlington JAustrian state treaty into 3   

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