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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 29, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowoi Doily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHIORS HOME EDITION VOL LXI AuocUUd Preu and United Prcu Pull Wirei Seven CeoU Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JULY 29 1955 Paper Two 151 Unity in GOP to Continue President Leads Rally WASHINGTON UP President Eisenhower told Republican law makers Friday that the GOP can control the national administration forever as long as it continues to work in unity for principles that the people can accept in confi dence He also described as complete bosh suggestions that the Ameri can people have been led to ex pect too much too soca out of the Geneva summit conference and a letdown will work against the Republican Party The President spoke informally at a breakfast at the Statler Hotel attended by all but 11 ofthe 249 Republican senators and represent atives Halls Idea The preadjuornment gathering was arranged by Republican Na tional Chairman Leonard W Hall Members of the cabinet were there as well as top White House staff members There was a 1956 second term atmosphere as the President en tered the room with many of the legislators chanting We want Others wore large red and white buttons inscribed Ike in Although the President made no mention of a second term he urged the legislators when they go horn to carry a positive mes sage to their constituents about the work they have done and will do He suggested the gist of that message should be that the Unit ed States is not going to default on the principles it stands for He recommended emphasis also on plans to keep working for high way school construction health programs and a policy of keeping op strength to protect the nation while it seeks the road to peace Not Invited Newsmen were not invited to the breakfast but White House Press Secretary James C Hagerty told them afterward about the Presiand ill Catholic sisters were car dents informal talk jried or helped to safety Thursday Hagerty said Eisenhower repeatnight when a spectacular fire dej ed what he has said the Infirmary at Mount1 he is interested in unification ofCarmel convent the Republican Party behind a set Eight firemen and a civilian vol unteer were overcome by smoke and two other firemen were in Approves Plan to Launch Satellite AP Wirepholo OXYGEN IF Dubuque fireman with oxygen equipment races forward to be on hand as a huge section of the Mt Carmel convent infirmary gives way Ninety aged or ill nuns were removed from the building Ten persons were overcome or in j ured Elderly Sick Nuns Escape Dubuque Fire 9 Men Overcome 2 Others Hurt DUBUQUE ft Ninety elderly i of principles that would be accept ed in trust and confidence by tie people He said his definition of a true Republican is one who best rep resents those principles for which the party stands and is not run ning for election just because he is a Republican The President praised his party leaders in Congress for the work they did in the 83rd and 84th sesl sions and said in many ways heifected by the fire jured Damage to the threestory brickj MARY JANE PETERSON building was estimated at Friday by Fire Chief Thomas Hick son Cause of the fire was under investigation All of the infirmary patients were removed to Xavier and Mercy hosj pitals and to a Loras College dor mitory None apparently was af is prouder of the work of the Re publican organization in this ses sion than in the last Resuscitation Fails North lowan Drowns SPIRIT LAKE Bruell man 14 son of Mr and Mrs George Bruellman West Bend was declared dead at Thursday night nearly four hours after he sank while swimming on the east shore of Spirit Lake A companion Phillip Fischer 14 West Bend said young Bruell man who had been in the water the greater part of the day came up once after a dive then disap peared The body was recovered in 10 feet of water about 12 minutes later by two men using grappling hooks The Spirit Lake fire departments rescue squad worked over the boy using oxygen a mechanical res pirator and manual respiration un til Dr K L Clayton county coro ner pronounced the boy dead at Officials said they thought they had detected a heart flutter in the first hour after the boy was pulled from the lake Young Bruellman had gone to the lake with three brothers and sistersinlaw early Thursday The elder Bruellmans had driven to Spirit Lake to spend the evening at the Phillip Fischer cottage and were at dinner when the drowning occurred at A sister also survives GOODY GOODYI DES MOINES citys new dog tags will be shaped like fire plugs it was announced Fri day Top of Hill Harry Bridges Is Cleared SAN FRANCISCO Federal Jude Louis E Goodman ruled in Fischer Plans to Wed Widow n Scrturday Ceremony Set at Maxwell AFB SWEA CITY ftCapt Harold jFischer recently released as a Chinese Communist prisoner oi war and Mary Jane Peterson jDes Moines plan to be married Saturday afternoon The marriage of the 30yearold Air Force double jet ace of the Korean W a r and the widow of an Air Force jlieutenant will be at Maxwell Air Force Base Montgo m e r y at 4 It is the sec ond marriage for both Mrs Peterson is the widow of Lt situated on top of one of Dubuque s seven hills and overlooks the Mis sissippi River The fire could be Bridge Judge Goodman ruled that the governments case against the Lynn 5 vi iue me oe West Coast Iongshore leader was for miles up and down the nv not at all convincing The government tried to show FISCHER killed in a Korean plane crash in 1951 She has a daughter Dana Fischer was divorced from his first wife about the time he was shot down and taken prisoner in it night Bridges a native of Australia Korea He has a son Harold III 6 seen er Sister Mary St Pius a nurse discovered the fire about J jT0Vh7s U in 1945 bvj Mrs Peterson and Fischer start s when she went to attendjfraud when he swore he wasnt a ed corresponding shortly after he was captured When he returned to the United States earlier this a patient She said she noticed theCommunist T h e government blaze at the second floor infirmary to deport Bridges end of a 40foot overhead passage j judge Goodman who heard the vvhirh rrmTiprls 1hp sidfrc nA jij which connects the sisters resi dence to the infirmary Sister Mansummoned help and about 50 young girls studying for the sisterhood aided some ambu latory patients from the burning building and carried others out in their beds Firemen and volunteers also assisted in the rescue Ambulances from Dubuque and East Dubuque and private autos were used to carry the pa tients to hospitals and Loras Col lege Two Hospitalized Two of the eight firemen over come by smoke were hospitalized Others and the civilian John Gei case without a jury declared My conclusion is that the gov ernment has failed to prove the allegation of this complaint as to the respondents alleged member ship in the Communist Party by clear and convincing Bedford Man Drowns in Pond on Farm BEDFORD Safley 70 Bedford drowned Friday morning when a boat upset in a farm pond northwest of here Ben Shannon 81 told Sheriff Harry Lucas that he and Saflev ger of Dubuque were treated ati had gone to the pond on the Wilbur the scene Fireman Elton White suffered a gashed leg when he fell from a ladder Another Robert Livermore Novinger farm to fish The sheriff said Shannon related that Safley got into the boat after Novinger had told him it was not safe Shan suffered a broken wrist but sajd the boat was only a few portedly continued to fight the fire fGt when the boat cap until ordered awav A policeman estimated water sons were on the grounds at one time watching the fire Off duty policemen and firemen were called out sized and Safley was thrown into CRAZY WITH THE HEAT TOKYO jRDr Hideo Nishioka 42 science instructor at Tokyos Kei University Friday said world temperatures would get hotter every year for the next 250 years He has a theory that general cli matic changes occur in 700year cycles i SAME DATE1954333 nemis traffic death In put M hours year they met He has seen quite a bit of her since the elder Fischer said Fischer currently on duty at Maxwell AFB will be sent by the Air Force to attend Iowa State College to study industrial man agement He attended the college before he entered the Air Force Fischers parents and his 6year old son will fly to Alabama Fri day night for the wedding if they can get plane reservations 4 Persons Remain Hospitalized After Accident Blaze DENISON persons re mained hospitalized here Friday as the result of a farm fire and the collision of a car and a Vail fire truck enroute to the blaze Thursday The fire truck was struck from the rear by an auto injuring the driver of the car Vince J Hohatt Vail and two volunteer firemen Floyd Clausen and Alvin Weise The fire truck on its way to a shed fire at the farm of Les Schlecta north of Vail was struck in the rear by the Mohatt car as the truck slowed for a turn near the Schlecta farm authorities said Schlectas young son David also was hospitalized with minor burns suffered in the fire No Heat Relief Is in Sight Readings Hold at 100 Degrees DES MOINES Friday braced for the fourth straight day of 100degree temperatures and aeard the weatherman say there is little relief in sight for the week end As the mercury rose to the 100 mark requests to conserve water were being made by city officials around the state Two more deaths attributed to the heat were reported Friday The top reading in Iowa Thurs day was 104 at Marengo the same temperature it had Wednesday Numerous other points had read ings 100s Elkader and Sac City had 103 Red Oak Audubon Oskaloosa and American Group Shocked by SIGNS YEVPOTORIYA Crimea sight of antiAmerican slogans shocked members of the touring American farm delegation Friday and embarrassed their hosts The delegation paused here on its boat trip on the Black Sea from Odessa to Novorossisk Russian hosts sought to hurry the visitors past seaside billboards displaying cartoons caricaturing the United States as threatening atomic warfare The American farmers were relaxing on the 36hour Black Sea voyage aboard the Steamer Pobeda They were preparing for a new round of sumptuous eating and drinking when they visit Novorossisk and inspect the harvests in the Caucasus They will see what Pravda the Communist Party newspaper says is intensive gleaning aimed at reaping a maximum harvest Pravda quoted Com munist Party officials as saying all must do their utmost to bring in the harvest as speedily as possible Russians Wind Up Tour in Iowa Our Wire Senices Russian farm leaders Friday wound up their 13day visit to Iowas tall corn country The Soviets headed into wheatgrowing Nebraska by auto caravan pids Garner and Mason City 100 Similar Highs Similar highs were forecast for Friday afternoon and again Sat urday The latest heat victims were Earl DeWolf 67 Brighton a sec tion hand for the Rock Island Railroad He collapsed while work ing near Columbus Junction Thurs day Frank Feser 56 Dunlap was overcome by the heat while work ing on a street widening project atj Fairfield Thursday The high temperatures were put ting a terrific strain on water Dramatic Project Unveiled Would Circle the Earth WASHINGTON J Presi dent Eisenhower Friday approved plans for building and launching the worlds first manmade earth satellites They would be the size of basket balls and carry only instruments for collecting scientific informa tion Still in the planning stage gov ernment scientists say they think the first satellite can be launched in two years The announcement was made at a White House news conference held by James A Hagerty press secretary after the President had left for his country home at Gettys burg Pa A group of scientists civic leaders hosted the Russians at their last big attended Planning Stage Government scientists partici in an extraordinary news NO PARALYSIS dinner Thursday night For conference House the first time on the trip the visi Harold Per ham First County Polio Victim tors werent asked to speak In stead they were merely intro duced From Iowa the Russians will go to Nebraska South Dakota Minne sota Chicago and then California The Russians spent most of Thursday visiting the poor land area of Iowa around Osceola Thin Top Soil The area marked bv thin said the satellites are not yet in existence only in the planning stage But they said confidently that they can be launched within perhaps two years is based on rocket flights going up to 250 mfles The satellites according topres ent thinking would be about the size of basketballs What they do might be made of the experts not yet know There is a hope that they can top carry instruments Even if they pumping facUities around the state So Federal Friday Harold L Perham 14 son of Mr jsoil and higher average temperadont jt was explained valuable tures has the widest variation on the earths upper 1 J ilA i and Mrs Woodrow L Perham Without Water ling In Des Moines and West Desjfirest lio victim Moines pumps struggled to keep up with demand for water Thurs crop yield in the state Top average corn yields run only about 35 bush became Cerro Gordo compared to 6062 in the rich day Parts of West Des Moines were without water for a time The Des Moines Water Works has asked residents to refrain from watering lawns and gardens be tween the hours of 2 and 9 At Audubon city officials issued an emergency ban on nonessen tial use of water after a main broke between the pump and stor age reservoir Burlington residents were re stricted to a days weekly lawns maximum of in watering three their season His case was described as mild central part of the state Iowa State College officials con at present by the attending physilducting the tour said the area was cian Dr L J Kirkham He said included to prove to the Russians there apparently was no paralysis Young Perham accompanied by his parents was taken to Univer sity Hospitals in Iowa City by am bulance The polio season is currently in that they were not simply being shown farm show Another switch for the Russians was a dutch treat lunch at the Osceola Country Club where the visitors plunked down for a full swing throughout the Midwestjmeal of ham beans and potato sal but the experts say the prevailingad hot weather has not boosted the County Fair total as expected Last year Cer The delegation visited an Amer atmosphere is expected The satel lites would circle the earth once every 90 minutes so that even if they remained up only a day or two there would be opportunity for study Scientists of all nations are to be informed of the orbits the satel lites will travel and the frequen cies on which they will broadcast if it is possible to equip them radio The whole project is designed part of this countrys partici as nation in the International Geo physical Year from July 1957 to December 1958 The period has ro Gordo County had about eightjican county Bedford been set aside by some 40 nations polio cases according to A J where the Taylor County Fair was Thomson county chairman of polio fund Russia included for research and being held The Russians were j world wide observations in the field quite at home in the livestock exof the earth sciences S10 Millions The satellite program on the basis of present rough plans is The Russians were surprised to expected to cost some 10 million find that many of the prizes were dollars hibits They looked over with great interest some of the cattle and hogs which had won prizes Kvon by members of the 4H clubs jeven in the open classes of com petition Billy Graham on Way Home After Campaign LONDON tB Billy Graham sailed home Friday after captivat ing thousands of European hearts About GlobeGatctte photo by Musscr VACATION the tired businessman espe cially a governor theres nothing like golf without the trudging Gov Leo Hoegh right and Joe Knox Creston banker are leaving the first tee on the All Vets golf course at Clear Lake Both of them as well as their oppo nents Bill Henke Charles City and the governors sec retary Paul Parker took mulligans on the first hole a second drive when the first is not too The gover nors party arrived Thursday evening for Governors Days The Weather Mason City Clear hot Iowa Continued hot Iowa Five Day Temperatures Friday night through next Wed nesday will average 5 to 10 de grees above normal Normal highs 85 north to 89 south Nor mal lows 61 north to 65 south Cooler by the first of the week Rainfall will average onehalf inch south to near one inch north occurring as scattered showers until about Monday Minnesota Showers hot Globe Gazette weather data to Friday Maximum 100 Minimum 75 At 8 80 Precip Tr At 99 YEAR AGO Maximum 82 Minimum 65 HOT What will this rather fantastic development mean in the way of benefits for mankind Various scientists at the confer ence representing the National Academy of Sciences and the Na tional Science Foundation said that there are possibilities in sev eral directions For one thing more information may be obtained about the ionos phere which is important in radio communications Information may be obtained which may improve weather fore casting A better idea may result of the effect of the light and ultra violet radiation from the sun Space Travel The study of the ionosphere an electrified part of the earths at mosphere e xtending from some 65 to 200 miles up may bring im proved communications It is from the ionosphere that longrange ra dio waves bounce back to earth and overcome the earths curva ture Sometimes disturbances in this layer interfere with broad casting It was explained that even at the height at which a manmade satellite will travel around the earth there still will be some at mosphere which in time will slow it down gradually Then it was ex plained it will spiral downward pick up speed and disintegrate as do many meteors FIRE LOSS MARENGO fire Thurs day on the Earl Lanning farm at Kostza just west of here destroyed a barn truck some livestock and crops   

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