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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 28, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited for OM MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THINtWSFAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NflGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXI AiMciatcd Prtw ud United Pnu Full LWM Uferea Copjr MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JULY 21 1915 ThU Pajwr CoiuuU of Four Ike Disappointed Over Road Legislation Turned Down in House Ballots Asks Action on Measure This Term But Congress to Adjourn WASHINGTON Ei senhower Thursday expressed keen disappointment over House rejec tion of new highway legislation and urged that Congress reconsider the matter before ending its ses sion j In statement the President said differences over financing j methods should not be permitted to deny our people these critically needed The House in a series of votes Thursday killed all new nationalj A NICE highway legislation It rejected hower seems to like this 224193 President Eisenhowers multipurpose soil tiller which he plan for a multibilliondollar proj can use on ms Gettysburg gram of construction to be financed farra u was a present from the by a longterm bond issue Thenj American Legion Boys Nation it defeated 229123 a Democratic members of which visited with payasyougo substitute plan callj the President Wednesday ing for increases in gasoline and1 President to Decide on Tolbott No Advice by Senate WASHINGTON The per sonal decision President Eisen hower says he will make on Harold S Talbotts future as secretary of the Air Force apparently will have to be made without any advice from the Senate There was no indication that an early report would be made by the Senate Investigations Subcommit some other automotive taxes to raise over the next 16 years Improvements I am deeply Ei senhowers statement said by the rejection by the House of Repre sentatives of legislation to author ize a nationwide system of high ways The nation badly needs new highways The good of our people of our economy and of our de fense requires that construction of these highways be undertaken at Decorah Man 3 Others Die on Highways Fatality Toll for Year Reaches 321 once There is difference of convic tion I realize over means of fi BT The Associated Prttl tee which inquired into Talbotts abouttobesevered outside busi ness connection AP Wirephoto REAL COOL Wood Indianapolis finds herself in a real cool position as she relaxes at a Miami hotel on a chaise lounge made of ice Now that Bother lookat the ice that isreal cool had testified that I now see that I was mistaken in some of his actions but Chairman McClellan DArk said it would act without undue haste in reporting its find ings Profit Talbott dramatically told the subcommittee he is giving up ef fective next Sunday the partner ship in the New York firm of Paul B Mulligan and which has paid him in the 2Vi years since he took bis Pentagon job Talbott declined to comment on various published stories that he was about to resign The White House said it has not received a resignation and it dismissed as unfounded various s p e c u lations about a possible successor Eisenhower in telling his news AMID CONFUSION DELAY Giant Wave Kills 36 Japanese Girls u nd work police said Bulgarians Take Blame for Attack on Israeli Plane Joins Israeli in New Protest Satisfaction Is Demanded JERUSALEM accused Communist Bulgaria Thursday oi shocking recklessness in the shooting down of an Israeli air iner with the loss of 58 lives Walter Eytan director genera of the Israeli Foreign Ministry summoned the Bulgarian charge daffaires here and delivered to lim a vehement protest from he Israeli government against the shooting down of the plane Wednes day in Bulgaria Demand Satisfaction The protest said Israel de mands full satisfaction from the Bulgarian government which it lolds responsible for a grave in ternational delict transgression against the Bulgaria has admitted its anti aircraft gunners downed the plane amid confusion its indignation at the shooting and to Bul arfa final swimming abdity test were swept tems Indignation y the great breaker Frantic teachers fishermen and other rit Three Story County young people and a Decorah man died in twoconference Wednesday that the fi nancing this construction I havejSeparate highway decision on Talbott is going proposed one plan of boosting Iowas be handled by myself person which I consider to be sound vehicle death toll to 321 did not indicate he would Others have proposed last atalitv lollwelcome or consider advice from methods Adequate financing 333 Haffa Fails in New Trial Try method should not be permitted were Darlene Sydness 22 subcommittee as to whether of Talbotfs actions were im DES MOINES Iowaeats homes recovered all 45 within half an hour But because of delays in giving artificial respiration only nine could be revived Worst Disaster Police pronounced 36 girls dead and took them to their tearful par Jennisch Kllletl Outright hope that the Congress would reconsider this en tire matter before terminating this Congress leaders are driving forjured in a cartruck collision seven adjournment as quickly as possijmiles north of Ames on Highway ble S9 late Wednesday Miss Sydness was killed outright and Tjernagel and Fosse fatally in proper But he said he would await com pletion of the hearings and would then read the full record before de ciding whether Talbott had im properly used his office f refused j The tragedy Japans worst swimp r beach disaster occurred on j A Haffa 74 retired Waterloo den tie Sea of Ise about 45 miles soutn tist sentenced to eight years on j Nagova on Honshu a manslaughter charge The supreme court denied a pe tition seeking a rehearing of the Nobody called the said Taro Takino police chief at We saw an ambulance go by andi expressed earlier in the Brit ish House of Commons where Bul garias statement admitting re sponsibility was read to the law makers Through Swiss Because the United States has no diplomatic relations with Bul garia the protest will be filed through Switzerland as represen tative of interests Henry Suy dam State Department press of ficer said in Washington Prior to delivery of the protest Israel bad asked Bulgaria for of ficial information on the crash Is White House Press Secretary The driverof the semitrailer ness swore Was Talbott appearing before the subcommittee as its windup witj case filed by Haffa after the high learned of the accident from the rael complained of Bulgarias lack L v C00peration and slowness in for court June 7 upheld his conviction District Court at Waterloo was charged with shoot l bave never Arvey C Leeper 56 Water hospital The beach was isolated There was too much delay in ad ministering first James C Hagerty was asked truck involved Leon Merrill mv Position as secretary as he tried to break into Haf whether the President meant that Fort Dodge said he had been Pffssure a living soul to give the fas home June 6 1953 The de fense contended Haffa acted in selfdefense The state tried to continued I now see that I wasProve Haffa shot Leeper because Congress should extend its sessionstopped by a flagman for oneway to enact road legislation Hagerty traffic at a bridge repair project Merrill said he had just started said he had no comment on that Dtid for Now Mulligan company In restrospect he up when the car carrying the young mistaken b myself had been dating Haffas After Wednesdays votes the conpeople struck his truck from caUs a write letterswife ut Jfc mm He had acknowledged telephon Children sensus of House leaders appearedrear The accident occurred just to be that highway legislation wasover a slight rise dead for this year and perhaps Side Road also for next year Jennisch was killed WednesdayAir stfltlonery some letters The answer is evenbody wantsafternoon when an earthgrading wlth affairs of the a road bill and no one wants to pay machine he was management for commented House Demotipped over on him on a side road cratic Leader McCormack of Masinear Decorah sachusetts j He was pinned beneath the ma Others said opposition came j chine and was dead when found by ing from his office and writing on which Qt Pool Too Latt Susumu Nagai said We BOONE ti Sixteen children I up were laid on the beach and re mained there at least 15 minutes before artificial respiration was be The girls all Japanese students from the Tsu community had started a week long swimming course last Thursday They had gone about 35 feet out into the surf for their final ability test A mountainous wave broke over warding such information here The complaint added that eigfit hours after the Israeli charge daffaires in Sofia approached the Ministry for the scene of the crash such permission had not been granted Electric Chimes at St Church Acting Up largely from truck owners who would have been hit heaviest by proposed tax increases in the Dem ocratic measure The Senate voted earlier this year for a fiveyear program pro viding extra federal money also for primary secondary and urban roads Increased taxes were sug gested by Senate sponsors but not provided in the measure Iowas eight Republican congress men voted with the minority when the House defeated the Presidents road building measure 221193 and then voted with the majority when the Democraticbacked highway bill was defeated 292123 About The Weather Mason City Continued hot Iowa Fair and hot Minnesota Rain cooler Globe Gazette weather data up m FAIK to p Thursday Maximum 100 Minimum 70 At 8 85 At 99 YEAR AGO Maximum 89 Minimum 64 a passing farmer Born in August 1913 Jennisch is survived by his wife and three children Cheryl 18 Margaret 11 and Bernard 6 The body was taken to the Steine Funeral Home Funeral arrange ments were pending Court of Appeals Reverses Clyde Powell fUWeil among its clients some ernment contracts McClellan told newsmen it prob ably will be next week before the subcommittee can find time to meet and see how close they are to agreeing on what the evidence shows He declined to discuss pos sible findings Geronimo Serrette 30 a fullblooded Indi an readjusts his wig under which New York police said they found a cache of dope Serrette often was picked up as a suspect but no narcotics ever were found on him Thursday however an alert officer an exbarber noticed that Henrys hair was not real Regret Is Expressed From Sofia 58 Perish in Flames LONDON fjB Communist Bul garia Thursday admitted that her antiaircraft guns shot down aa Israeli airliner near the Greek Bulgarian border Wednesday kill ing all 58 persons aboard It said the government felt deep Breaking an official 24hour si ence Sofia radio said the Constel ation was off course The airline previously had an nounced 12 of the 51 passengers aboard were Americans The plane carried a crew of seven The announcement said the Bul arian government had appointed commission of three Cabinet ministers and the public prose cutor to inquire into the circum stances of the Ntar Border The plane crashed into the side of Mt Orvilo less than five miles north the Greek border and about 18 miles east of the Yugo slav frontier A Greek military source in Salonika said Wednesday the pilot a Briton apparently had followed the Struma Valley just in side Bulgaria instead of his regular route along Yugoslavias Vardar Valley 60 miles west of the fron tier First word that there were no survivors from the crash came several hours earlier from a Bul garian foreign official in Sofia He old The Associated Press in Lon don by telephone that all are In another telephone call the British Embassy in Sofia said the Bulgarian government had con inned that the crash occurred near the town of Petrich just north of the Greek border A communique from the El Al Israeli Airline indicated the big fourengine Constellation ex loded while trying to make a orced landing on Greek territory after being hit by the Bulgar shells Gives Account The communique quoting a re port from the Israeli legation in Athens said Greek frontier police Little Relief in Sight Cooler Air Blocked Sac City Reports Reading of 105 DES MOINES relief was in sight Thursday from the searing heat which sent the mer cury to 105 at Sac City Wednes day afternoon Readings over 100 were common in all but Northern Iowa Wednes day Similar temperatures intensi fied by winds blowing out of the southwest desert country were ex pected again Thursday One death was attributed to Wednesdays heat Glenn Stewart 52 Monroe County farmer was fa ally stricken while helping a neighbor put up hay near Albia Cooler Air Cooler air that moved to the jorder of Northern Iowa was blocked there by hot southerly winds Spencer was the coolest spot with 91 Sioux Rapids and Marengo re ported 104 Wednesday Oskaloosa 03 Des Moines Council Bluffs ioone Newton Audubon Red Dak 102 Sioux City Cedar Rap1 men who witnessed the crash gave ds Waterloo Burlington andthis account Marshalltown 101 and Davenport and Mason City 100 municipal swimming pool here None appeared to be seriously af fected the hospital reported Most of children aged 7 to 12 were said to be members of a swimming class from Madrid The hospital reported six in good con dition three in fairly good condi tion and seven merely there for observation The pool was closed immediately after the gas was detected The city engineer was investigating Retired Farmer Dies After Crash on Road WATERLOO Beck 78 a retired farmer of near Waterloo died at a hospital here of injuries suffered Monday whenjlate Wednesday recovered the body I spreading fla his car and a milk truck were in of Everett Purscell 37 Deslclothing i BODY FOUND DES MOINES Farmer Burns to Death on Tractor ROLFE LSI Harry Spencer 69 few rise according to the electricers The policemen heard four gun shots and afterwards saw smoke chimes in the First Congregational Thursday night and again scattered the northwest part of the landing over Greek territory near Church If so they might put the coffee pot on in the middle of the night The chimes cut loose again at a m Thursday Residents called police for the second time who farms three miles northeast of in two weeks to silence the chimes here was burned to death Thurs day morning apparently while re fueling his tractor Sheriff E R Stahly said that al Again the custodian to be two minutes because of tube fail called to turn them off Police were told that the chimes apparently were adjusted improp Friday afternoon Wednesdays sizzling heat also had its effects upon mans inven tions as well as man Off Air Radio Station KFJB Marshall town was forced off the air for ure brought on by the heat The automatic fire alarm buzzeri the Greek village of Petrich Sud denly an explosion was heard and the aircraft came down in flames over Bulgarian territory some 10 kilometers 6 miles from the bor Twenty minutes after the acci dent cars were seen moving to wards the place of the crash in Bulgarian territory The Bulgarian Foreign Ministry informed the Is though the tractor was not runningjCrly by workmen on when he arrived at the farm theA timing device is used to the 7a cnlinfl cfimoli AIV tn a ft somehow became ignited at certain hours the chimes WASHINGTON U Court of Appeals Thursday re versed the contempt conviction of Clyde L Powell ousted assistant commissioner of the Federal Hous ing Administration and a key fig ure in congressional housing scan dal investigation Powell was convicted in Federal District Court here last Oct 29 of criminal contempt for refusing to collision at a gravel road intersec dis jturbed the early morning quiet was Moines who drowned late Tuesday Spencer is survived by his wifejon July 19 They started playing in the Des Moines River answer a grand jurys questions about his activities as a housing official Federal Judge F Dickin son Letts sentenced him to a year in prison In reversing the conviction the appeals court sharply rebuked gov ernment prosecutors for giving the trial judge grossly inaccurate in formation about Powells grand jury testimony The apeals court j said the trial judge was misled and the contempt conviction was contrary to the and seven children at a m 300 lowans learn Vodka Secrets DES MOINFS spokes man for the touring Russian farm experts Wednesday night told more than 300 lowans at a vodka beercaviar cocktail party the secret of drinking vodka Eat food between every drink of vod ka Sergie Vasiliev second Sec retary of the Soviet Embassy in Washington said otherwise youll get very The Russians fled to their air conditioned hotel rooms in Des Moines to escape the searing heat and to drink their vodka without but chilled Vasiliev emphasized that it must be drunk straight and he quoted Sir Arthur Fleming the discoverer of penicillin to prove his point Fleming said Vasiliev remarked that for the common cold theres nothing better than vodka and one Gov Leo A Hoegh attended the party in the Russians hotel rooms and was invited by Vladi mir V Matskevich head of the touring delegation to visit Russia anytime until Nov 10 The All Soviet Union Aricultural Exposi tion in Moscow closes that date he told Hoegh and he would like him to see it Hoegh said he would give the invitation very serious The continuing Iowa heat was a constant source of consterna tion to the Russians told a joke where an Iowa man stepped inside a blazing fire and said Isnt this good corn growing Hoegh retorted to Matskevich that he would be a little wary of the cold weather if he journeyed to that country But Matskevich pointed to some vod ka and said You have kept it very warm for us and I prom ise well keep it warm The statement amused Hoegh who was elected governor on a dry platform The auxiliary of the Iowa American Legion was holding a dinner at the Fort Des Moines Hotel at the time of the Russians cocktail party for their Iowa hosts and the women poured into the party to get the Russians autographs They stayed off the vodka however and some drank beer instead The Russians braved the heat wave again Thursday when they visited the 400acre farm of Floyd McComas at Osceola and the 160acre farm of Ralph Long at Mount Ayr in the attic of the L and M mission in Sofia that they ing Home in Clear Lake was set had sent medical teams to the place of The airline reported that these water American passengers were aboard reached 160 degrees At Cedar Rapids the works was pumping water at the rate of million gallons a day new record Senate Joins House in Money Bill Vote WASHINGTON W The Senate completed congressional action Thursday on a compromise S2 foreign aid bill The House had passed it earlier in the day the plane Mrs Rella Avrara Mrs 0 Cohen a Mr Hameiry Mrs A Hahn Mr A Mann Mrs Tuba Shafer R Sacks Mrs A Sacks Mrs D Sacks Mrs M Katz and her small daughter and Mrs Za hawa Sheinbaum No addresses were given ExCarnival Workers SAME DATI1W4WJ Waive Court Hearing BLUE EARTH Minn Two excarnival workers were held in jail here Thursday in lieu of bonds after waiving pre liminary hearing on kidnaping charges Dea Mosier 52 and Homer Montgomery 22 were charged with kidnaping Joanne Hanson 13 land her brother Charles 9 of Blue Earth last week The men were arrested in Iowa Saturday The children were found safe at an aunts home at Des Moines V   

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