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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 30, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NIWSPAPEft THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXI AitocUted Pica United Preu Full Wirw CCBU Cepy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JULY 30 1955 ConmU ot Two On Nt 251 Can Easily Settle PW Question Chou Leo Elthon Wont Seek ReElect ion Outlines Gains at Geneva Hickenlooper in Comments CLEAR democra cies came out much ahead at the Big Four summit conference The Russians have not changed their fundamental purpose how ever they intend for Communism to rule the world The free world must keep this in mind and not relax its guard That is official Washingtons re action to the Geneva conference according to Sen Bourke B Hick enlooper Iowas senior senator flew in Friday afternoon to attend the an nual party given by the Associa tion for the Preservation of Clear Lake He must be back in Wash ington Saturday for the clos ing session of the Senate The United States came out much to the good at the confer ence Hickenlooper said because the President got across to the rest of the world that we truly do desire peace The world press fi nally accepted that at face value On Defensive President Eisenhowers proposal for armament inspection also put the Russians on the defensive the senator noted and the world is waiting to see whether the Rus Cuts Ties With the Governor Both Attend Stag Party IOWA on the cob and roast sirloin of beef with great chunks of water melon for dessert were on the menu for the Governors Days stag party Gov Leo Hoegh chews a mouthful of corn as one of his hosts Sid Halford of the Association for the Pres ervation of Clear Lake checks on the supply Senator B B Hickenlooper left and Lt Gov Leo Elthon right joined the Governor for the picture at the request of pho tographers I CAB Bans Braniff From Mason CityChicago Run By THOR JENSEN CLEAR LAKE Leo Elthon Fertile has cut his political ties with Gov Leo Hoegh under whom he has served just seven months as lieutenant governor j I will not be a candidate forj reelection as lieutenant Elthon announced He would not amplify the statement made at the annual Govenors Days stag party I given by the Association for the Preservation of Clear Lake j He did not deny however the comment by a listener When Elthon announces he will not run for lieutenant governor he is an nouncing that he will either be a cadidate for governor or will re tire from Both at Odds The ties between the two already obviously were enuous They were at odds early in the legislative session last winter particularly over Gov Hoeghs nomination of Russell Lundy Des Moines to the State Highway Commission An outgrowth of that controversy Jin the Senate was the revelation I by a Des Moines lumber firm of ificial that Elthon bad sold crushed rock from his quarry at FertflejuP aman AP IDEA FOR artists drawing is a cut away view of one idea for an earth satellite The aluminum sphere would be two feet in diameter and weigh 100 pounds including all the instruments it held The satellite would be fired into space by a fourstage rocket MUCH WORK REMAINS 7958 Target Date tor Space Device The Civil Aeronautics Board has j reconsideration of its June 10 orschedule plan for offering Mason to a contractor on highway corn sians now can preserve their peace banned Braniff Airways from proder rescinding Braniff s certifkatejCityChkago travelers a onestop jviding direct oneplane senice beto serve Mason City on Route service by way of Wa mission projects Elthon replied that he sold rock moon into the fringe of space by 1958 a j S6Dd President Eisenhower Friday endorsed a plan to devise and launch a satellite that would check conditions beyond the earths atmosphere To Open Talks at Geneva Red Premier in Mild Tone TOKYO UP Red Chinas Pre mier Chou EnLai declared Satur day night the question of the small number of American civil ians in Communist China can be easily settled at the Geneva talks Starting Monday Chou made no direct mention of the 11 airmen Red China impris oned on charges of Cbous lengthy foreign policy speech was broadcast by the Pei ping radio and monitored here U S Government officials have said 51 Americans are held by China including 40 civilians and 11 fliers Twentyfive civilians are re ported in jail three under house arrest and 12 are refused exit visas No War Wanted Chou said the Chinese people want no war with the United States so the question of a ceasefire be tween China and the United States does not He said Red China would en deavor to make the Geneva talks between Wang PingNan of Com munist China and Alexis Johnson j of the United States pave the way for further negotiations be tween the two countries The broadcast heard in Tokyo said Chou told the National Peoples Congress Provided both sides are sincerely desirous of negotiation and conciliation it should be pos sible at the forthcoming talks at the ambassadorial level to reach propaganda The change in attitude by iheitween Mason City and Chicago authorizing Ozark Air Lineslterloo Russians has an obvious reasonAssociated Press reported jto provide that service j While banned from Route 106Jhas never bid on a state contract which does not conflict with their ln actlon Friday the CAB alsoj Ozark will begin service to at Mason City BraniffAn Attorney Generals ruling last eventual purpose Hickenlooper denied Mason Citys petition forjson City on Tuesday Aug provide the oneplane serjmonth upheld the lieutenant goveri aSkebaU wosaflfer d or first of all a reasonable settlement of the question of the return of to anyone who paid his price but weeks 200 to 300 miles above the earth Traveling miles an entual purpose Hickenlooper denied Mason Citys petition for son City on Tuesday Aug provide the oneplane serj inted out Thev are in trouble Braniff however will continue tovke by hooking up segments ofi pointed out They economically particularly in their shortage of consumer goods and foodstuffs For that reason they change their attitude in order to play for time Political hassles were responsi ble for killing both the administra tion and Gore highway bills the lowan said The same reason may doom the atomic ship bilL Gross Blasts CAB Decision offer its northsouth service CAB Vice Chairman Joseph P up segments other routes at Waterloo wasj jnors assertion that there jnothing wrong in his practices cn ctr oi i iK B token the majority is Etons statement sparked spec such travelers to flv viaiulatlon m the stag order that the majority a reply to the dissent attached Air Lines and stop Rep H R Gross Saturday out jfirst time in its history this y lashedis foisting upon a city an iparty that he might become a canj didate for Governor in next years to utilize the conPrimanes That move could come via Wa Clvd Aeronautics Boarder service and seeks to justify for its action in the Route 106 action on the ground that the The Presidents highway bill was i His telegram to the GlobeGazettecitys real need is for local air Armour Co Approves Pay Increase or civilians to their respective coun would circle the globe every 90 j minutes only if Elthon were assured of coni CHICAGO Co and long range plan under which present taxes would be expected to pay off the bonds which would permit immediate building of essential highways It would have resulted in 50 per cent more mile age of construction than the Gore bill which proposed to increase is as follows taxes on gasoline and equipmentjair senice being foisted on a com would require large which has demonstrated its jnght and need for the type senice to Chicago which Braniff stood and butions by the states Its too bad we could not I deeply regret the decision of Adams said the effect of the or the Civil Aeronautics Board denyjder was to disapprove Braniff s city of Mason City the ex air service to Chicago provide Here is a clear case of inferior Adams said t j j v siderable backing When he anithe AFL and CIO unions repre Mason City had opposed beingaounced for goverSrlsenting employes in 34 plants tor a weal semce ana Iast time it was with expiaDa reached agreement Friday night tion that he could not afford the on a wage increase of 14 cents an said its ability to generate traffic justified a trunkline senice financial cost of a gubernatorial Ozark objected to Braniff s pro campaign posed schedule of a oneplane turn around senice between Mason For 53 Days Elthon who senred 20 years in City and Chicago The CAB agreed the State Senate was governor for that its June 10 order was meant 153 days from the death of the late to give operate tween Mason City and Chicago hour The United States is known to have been exploring the possibili ties of satellites at least since 1947 And Moscow radio said last April that Russia planned a satellite for research purposes White House Press Secretary James C Hagerty said the satellite would be for entirely sci entific purposes and information gained from it would be available to all nations including Russia Only Formulas Officials of the National Academy of Scientists and the National Sci road he to offerThe majority opintween iion makes the fantastic Hope for Passage Dome Congressmen Hack Away at Business WASHINGTON men suffering adjournment fever Saturday hacked away at a pile of Tfe majority said Adams dis unfinished business standing bes false thatnight but said be is not ready to A it i IMasnn Hitv aluavc harfl KaH tninl snnniinpA hie Ozark exclusive right to singleplane service be Gov William S Beardsley last Nov 21 until Hoegh was inaugur ated Jan 13 Hoegh also was here Fridav The wage hike first to be grantjence Foundation to whom the task ed in current negotiations withjwas assiffned expressed confidence can bfi donej although had only a pile of mathematical formu las blueprints and experience gained by the Defense Department Monday It was announced after a three day meeting of Armour of ficials and representatives of the AFL Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen and the CIO United Packinghouse Workers Negotiations were carried out in a decade of rocket and guided missile development Some Congress members imme wanted whetfaer j o o ijt i i 1 i t UlaLcl V ll MIL W Wilci and departure forMason City always had had his 1956 political plans junder a wage reopening clause inU ft Sii be r IllnO CUlTloo in V Trtv 1 3 U UllCU OlaLCa WUUiUliL UC in attemPtinS lo its action lope the citys real need is for ablVto with local senice their atomic ship bill he said al though to him it seems highly im practical It calls for an advanced type of reactor in a new hull The President proposed putting Nautilus type of reactor in an ex isting merchant ship That job could be done and the ship acti vated within 18 months The Dem ocratic proposal would take four ori five years to build The only purpose of building the ship n o commented the senator is to show the world that we have one We would lose that if we wait four or five Hickenlooper favored the Presi dents minimum wage bill of 90 cents an hour Extensive admin istration studies indicated that 90 cents was the maximum without Inflationary results TheSl figure may have economic repercussions he feels Will President Eisenhower run again he was asked I think replied the sen ator with a smile Are there any signs he will There are no signs hes not Fm quite confident he is going to run air semce The Mason City Airport Com mission is to be commended for its long fight in the interests of ade quate air senice for the city Cer tainly the CAB decision denying the city the superior senice to which it is entitled is through no fault of the commission It has jbeen a pleasure for me to support the commission in this House leaders said that chamber s before j Monday But many tired and touchy members hope to wind everything up Saturday night They completed final congres sional action on a bill increasing the federal minimum wage from 75 cents to an hour and sent it to the White House The boost will be effective March 1 for some workers making less than an hour now jline service to Chicago and thatj Top figures in the Republican i the current contract and were ithe CAB order would replace itparty of Iowa seemed to be at theilimited to wages Employes in giving ithe Russians free access to infor mation useful in the development party en masse There were morejArmours Chicago stockvards I jthan 100 elective and appointive and the subsidiary plant now averof intercontinental ballistics mis The majority added that Route 106 always had been a local and members of the j age an hour vice route until this year All theT board did June 10 was to decide that Ozark rather than Braniff should operate the local semce the statement said Ozark repeatedly has stated it would give Mason City senice as good and better than what has offered IAMI DATE19S4J34 TO GOVERNORS DAYS GUESTS Be Sure Youve Left Cores Behind OUR foremost hope with respect to the piz sizable number of visitors attracted to Clear Lake this weekend for its Governors Days is that they have left dull care be hind As these lines are written the mercury is flirting with the iuO mark But one of Clear Lakes local committees working on preparations for this annual event was given a weather assignment We have no doubt something will be done about the torrid temperature But we hope those in charge dont go too far in the direction of turning off the heat This observation is prompted by what happened two or three years ago when in turning off the heat vent somebody in advertently left a faucet open Result A Sunday downpour that made it difficult to determine where Clear Lake itself left off and terra firma took up It couldnt even be passed off as one of those California low fogs But that provides you with some idea of how intent residents of the Clear Lake community are on putting a best foot for ward for its welcome guests on this occasion And so we say cast your worries aside Do that which brings you the most pleas ure If its postmorteming the last legisla ture by all means do just that Or if its talking politics along broader lines that activity too will be in order North Iowa shares the Clear Lake hope that your visit will be so pleasant youll want to come back next year and all years to come There were a number of Demo crats as well Clyde Herring Des Moines attorney and Hoeghs op ponent in 1954 election also was at the party He refused to discuss politics however He said he and are on vacation and that he did not realize when he engaged a cottage at Tanglefoot on Clear Lakes south shore that the time coincided with Governors Days Bourke B Hickenlooper Iowas senior senator flew out from Washington Friday afternoon especially to meet his many friends He took off again early Jacob E Decker and Sons Ma son City is a division of Armour and one of the 34 plants involved Arthur Costello president of the Mason City local union Charles Kranz and William Shannon repre sented the Mason City unit in the negotiations at Chicago Minimum wage for male laborers in the Ma son City plant has been an hour WANT FREEDOM JOHORE BAHRU Malaya Prince Abdul Rahman head of Ma layas newly elected Alliance gov siles Scientists said the sphere might provide information useful in im proving weather forecasting and radio transmission among other things They expressed hope it would also yield a wealth of highly tech nical data on cosmic rays the suns heat and distance measuring Joint Statement The two science groups said in a joint statement it could indicate At the same time Chou de manded return of several thou sands of Chinese students he said are still m the United States He said since the two countries have no diplomatic ties they should entrust to a third country the task of looking after and repatria ag each others civilians Need Cooperation Chou also said preparations for negotiations between China and the United States for relaxing and eliminating the tension in the Taiwan Formosa area could come at Geneva if the United States is prepared to cooperate with Red The communist prime minister stuck to his insistence that libera tion of Formosa is Red Chinas internal problem but conditions permitting the Chinese people are ready to seek the liberation of Taiwan by peaceful means Chou said Communist China is willing to enter into negotiations with the responsible local authori ties of Taiwan to map out concrete steps for Taiwans peaceful libera Ruling out any consideration of Nationalist Chinas wishes he ad ded it should be made clear that these would be negotiations be tween the central government and local authorities The Chinese people are firmly opposed to any ideas or talk of a socalled two Question Chou said Formosa is the most tense question in the Far East and repeated his charge that it is caused by the United States oc the difficulties and conditions to be cupation of Chinas territory Tai met if the day comes when man wan and its interference with the goes beyond the earths atmosphere in his But that is for the future First Saturdav by private plane to coniajas T T nT iV must come the initial iaunt into nect with as f eniment says he will demand selfimusi come uie miuai jaunt inio liberties of Chinas coastal is He said Red China would like to see the United States with draw its armed forces from Tai closing day of the congressional session Never Missed In an offelection year there would not be a day when he could meet so many of his Republican vears leadership friends at one place as behind he could this weekend at Clear Center Lake Hickenlooper has never missed attending Governors Days in its 17 year history William L Nicholas Mason City turkey grower and former lieuten ant governor was one of the hosts at the party Kenneth Evans an other former lieutenant governor who has been a regular attendant at the party in other years was the cob and huge chunks of water melon for dessert It was served at long tables on the golf course the All Veterans Social Many remarked that the the recent Geneva Big Four meet ing and especially praised Russias role at Geneva site was ideal after a scorching hot day Saturdays highlights included an afternoon parade led by the Gov empty space heat produced by friction of while enroute to chosen Sunday and crowned at the Coronation Ball by the Gover nor about at the Surf Ballroom i Also on the Saturday program INJURIES FATAL IOWA CITY UP Mrs Mary Dawson 47 Parnell housewife died absent this Those attending ate a an address by the in a hospital of injuries suf dinner of roast sirloin of evening banquet and a Venelered five weeks ago when a kero escalloped potatoes with choesejtian show on a refrigerator exploded at her combination salad sueet corn onUtage at the lake front jfarm home I and may have noli chous relatively mild speech even any scientific equipment in hailed positive achievements at it The first step will be design de velopment then the assignment of S15 million in contracts to firms to fabricate the components of the multistage rocket to propel the sat ellite to its track in the sky Meanwhile scientists and indus try will team up to produce a met allic ball that can endure the ter The Weather Mason City Continued hot Iowa Fair hot humid Minnesota Showers cooler Globe Gazette weather data up 1 to 8 Satur day ggj Maximum 99 Minimum 73 At 8 85 YEAR AGO Maximum 87 HUMID Minimum   

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