Mason City Globe Gazette, August 2, 1955

Mason City Globe Gazette

August 02, 1955

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 2, 1955, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPArift THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHIORS HOME EDITION VOL LXI AMociiM Md United Prtu Full MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY AUGUST 2 1955 This Piper Consuta of Two OM No 154 CeaseFire Needed Dulles IKE IN AGREEMENT AP Wirephoto Talbott to Step Out of Cabinet WASHINGTON E Talbott will step out as secretary of the Air Force a iveek from Saturday lest his profits from an outside business interest embarrass the Eisenhower administration President Eisenhower promptly accepting Talbotts resignation late Monday told Talbott Your decision was the right There was widespread agreement Some said Talbott had done a good job as secretary Even one said that But no one in Washington said publicly that Tal Sioux City Increases bott shouldnt have quit Eisenhower in an exchange of Night btreet Patrols Ietters madepublic by the SIOUX CITY patrols House praised Talbotts official of residential areas at night havejservices asjeffectively and loyally been increased and a speed up aVveawld Ohioan had responding to prowler reports were come under critical scrutiny by the in effect here Tuesdav as a result of the Donna Sue Davis kidnap tnurder July 10 Civilian members of the citys Senate Investigations subcommit ficers in reaching a trouble spot within a few minutes after reports iare received HIROSHIMA Kikkawa 40 who claims the dubious distinction of being Hiroshimas No 1 atom bomb victim holds forth near the souvenir stand he now operates His arms and back still show extensive burn areas as a result of the blast 10 years ago Hiroshima Nagasaki to Note 10th Anniversary of Bombing tee because of an outside business connection which returned him in his years as secre i 1 V Ait ilia Lj Wtit b3 disaster relief organization He had tow Oje senators fae been assigned to assist police dd h ft TIVMI hlo cnsiv Editors note Nobody knows than the of Hiro shima what atom warfart Charge Disputed Chairman Paul M Butler of the Democratic National Committee and some of his fellow party mem bers had called on Eisenhower to fire Talbott asserting the secre tary used his official position for personal gain Talbott disputed that Beyond saying Talbott had made the right decision Eisenhower did not discuss the ethics of the situa tion in accepting the resignation of nightmares they cannot forget will release hundreds of peace j Talbott wrote the President that The people of both Hiroshima As church bells ring andibe himself was clean in my mind and Nagasaki whatever their polijwhistles blow the crowd will kneeland conscience that my actions Minister Drowns in Lake Huge Toll in State SANDRA SHROPSHIRE Girl Hit by Train Survives GLADBROOK Nicola Russo 27 Quincy minister drowned late Monday in a state i lake six miles south of here Russo a minister of the Church of Christ was with a group of teachers ministers and counselors oi the Quincy area to open a youth camp Russo went swimming in Union Grove Lake with Charles Hess Quincy another Both men swam across the lake but Russo was back not able to make it TOT SUFFOCATES ORANGE CITY tP Patricia Bignall 20 months suffocated after apparently falling to the bot t o m of an outside toilet on the Henry Riemersma farm near here Monday The child had been play ing in the farmyard She was the daughter of Mr and Mrs Herbert Bignall Flint Mich The family was visiting the farm Plea for Peace in Formosa Red China Aims Aired WASHINGTON of State John Foster Dulles Tues day said Red China must make a ceasefire pledge and renounce use of force or there almost surely will be a war in the Far East Dulles told a news conference that use of force in the Formosa re gion would bring into play the mu tual defense treaty between the United States and Nationalist China In urging Red China to avoid plays an Ike in campaign what the considcrable EARLY for the cameras Senator George Bender proudly dis button at the Presidents fare well breakfast for Republican members of the 84th Congress Sen Bender originated the but ton for the Washington break fast CHILD KILLED j BALDWIN UP Rebecka Burleson 20montbold daughter of Troubles dont come singly to jMr Mrs Marion Burleson the Forrest J Shropshire family was late Monday when sbej Thatt why the 10th anniversary jtics agree almost fanatically oolin silent prayer for peace aroundjhave been within the bounds of the atomic bombing Aug i one thing the atom bombings the cenotaph a white stone arch have a meaning far beyond mere memorials Here in a closeup of Hie city today is how which almost leveled their cities must be the last The atomic bomb dropped on memorial to the dead Talbott left it up to the President Rest ye in peace For we shall as to when he should leave Eisen is the set Aug 13 first of three By GENE KRAMER of mass death J1945 by the B29 Enola Gay mistake was not made by any power earlier in the day by Secre exploded in a fireball 600 yards single COuntry but tarj Death toll estimates range from death and fire over a diameter of HIROSHIMA Japan Ifl Nov 1945 Ike count f world s two atombombed cities are Exactly 10 years after that ex73 150 civilians to 260000 a finire about to mark the 10th anniversary plosion Mayor Tadao citv rauseums official book let An accurate count is impossible VOTE WAS 187168 President May Veto Housing Plan Which House Approved WASHINGTON House Tuesday passed and sent to Presi because u n k n o n thousands of troops were housed within a half mile of the bombed center count less outsiders were in Hiroshima and most death certificates merely carried the words military at tack as the cause of death Opposite the cenotaph are thewould have no nearly completed peace memorialIhis letter Defense Wilson Talbott wrote he resigning was be cause I w o u 1 d not in any cir c u m s t a n ces wish to be a 1713 Pennsylvania Early Tuesday they were involved in the sixth trouble in little a year The Shropshires 20monthsold daughter Sandra Kay wandered out of the house shortly after 2 a m and onto the railroad tracks 75 feet back of her home She was struck as she stood between the rails and the engine and six freight cars passed above her be fore the train could be stopped The blondehaired hazeleyed tot was taken to Mercy Hospital The g attending surgeon reported she has cuts and bruises on the face scalp source of emjforehead both arms and back but barrassment to no broken bones She also has a you or your splendid admin He brain concussion he said Sleeping in Yard The little girl apparently was fell out of a car driven by herj mother and was run over Mrs I Burleson was backing the car out banker told the Says Toll Road Work Could Begin at Once Davenport Banker Presents VieWS MOINES tfftA Davenport danger of war Dulles at the same time expressed pleasure that Chi nese Communuist Premier Chou Enlai has indicated willingness to go farther than before in renounc ing the use of force New Phase Dulles said Chous statement last with release of American civilian pris the happy jnews of the release of 11 U S jflyers could mark the beginning of a new phase of Communist Chinas relations with the rest of the world But Dulles reminded that one swallow doesnt make a Dulles also 1 Said he does not see any early settlement of the Formosa ques jpurieson Dacong me car ium uic He said u is one of those un of a driveway onto a country road Toll Road Authority Tuesday thatjsolved questi0ns which he believes when the child fell under the cars his opinion the authority could world wil have to live with YOUTH PERISHES SIOUX CITY Russell 21 his opinion the authority proceed at once on the construc tion of the proposed Davenport to Council Bluffs turnpike Carl Stutz vice president world will have to live with for quite a long time The import ant thing he said is to live with without letting problems ead to war son of Hector Russell West Conj WhitePhillips Co commented 2 Rejected any suggestion that cord died in a hospital to the members of the authority at hhe Cbinese Comunists necessar here Monday night of injuries he a meeting that he believes Iowa fly could acnieve tneir ambitions received earlier in a twocar colhas a reasonable toll road authority jby undertaking a ceasefire pledge lision on Highway 20 west of Southbill under which we believe the nr thrmjffh aj n WJ City Neb Judy road can be 17 Maynard was reportedj Although members of the au throity and others present drew in critical condition at the hos pital A passenger in the Russell hall the atomic bomb museum andi dent Eisenhower a housing bill unsatisfactory to himin several reja modernistic auditorium hotel spects GOP leaders intimated he might veto it and call a sent word to j looking for her brother Forrest TALBOTT n e w s m e n he 13 who was sleeping on a comment beyond blanket in the yard according to the mother The baby got up from session of Congress A roll call vote of 187168 sent the bill to the WTiite House Just before the vote Republican Leader Martin Mass said a spe cial session of Congress may necessary to get a housing bill satisfactory to the President And Housing Administrator Al bert Cole declared the bill totally distorts the principles and pur poses of the administrations objec Seek U S Loan Citv Councilman Tsukasa Nito Lumber Yard Hit by Fire Half of i who specializes in planning central government only onefifth of the 25 billion yen 69Vi million dol lars it needs to replace schools buildings sewage roads and other public property The mayor he said hopes to go to the United f T States soon to ask for a loan of The bill calls for new pub aVUC to be repaid in install Co yards in Mason tityments over 25 vear Tuesday afternoon The Lik Nagasak the willing to compromise and wanted adrf been cloffd several at least units in a twoyear S S unauended Possibilities Pentagon sources said they be lieved the President would take his time deciding on a successor These her bed squeezed by a fan on a chair by her parents bed and went out the kitchen door of the Shrop shires threeroom house have been mentioned as possibilii She was toddling down the ties Gov George N Craig of Intracks when Ross Hensley Marsh diana Rep Carl Hinshaw Rjalltown engineer on the freight James Douglas undersec retary of the Air Force Lee White a New York lawyer and former assistant secretary and Fred Crawford a Cleveland indus trialist spotted her about two car lengths ahead of the train Hensley said he threw on the brakes just as he saw her fall between the rails Snells ambulance and Mason City police arrived at the scene Chairman McCleUan DArk ofhowever before the child car she received head and a broken right leg FATALLY INJURED KEOKUK injuries the inference that Stutz meant he believed Iowa could start now with or through foreseeable negotiations Turned Down 3 Flatly rejected again any prospect that the United States would agree to abandonment of detailed planning on a 180 million tne North Atlantic Treaty Organi dollar 300mile project memberszation or tne East Asian of the authority did not share inTreaty organization as part of any Gene the belief Burdette 5 son of Mr and Mrs Darrell Burdette was injured fa tally Monday night in a twocar headon collision on a gravel road 10 miles west of here Mrs Bur dette 28 and two other children Rose Marie 7 and Steven 10 months were hospitalized Bur dette 31 who was driving and an other son Darrell 9 were treated and released from the hos pital Opinion peace settlement with the Commu nists He said the United States i TEENAGER PERISHES PRINCETON HI UP D a v i d Leon Parcel 15 Davenport Iowa Gov Leo Hoegh a member would not agree to any the authority said later on the such proposal point of whether Iowa is in a posi tion to proceed that was Stutz The fivemember authority in its second formal meeting began 4 Disclosed that during current Geneva talks the United States will present the Red Chinese with a list of almost 500 Americans whose fate in the Korean War is not exactly a twoday session to hear presenknown Dulles said Ambassador U tations by nearly a dozen bond Alexis Johnson will present the list houses offering to represent this prepared by the Defense Depart state as fiscal agent in the hanment to see if any of the men are dling and sale of its toll road revalive Dulles acknowledged that the hopes are meager The list is in addition to the one Johnson pre sented Tuesday composed of 40 enue bonds Most of the firms are from either New York or Chicago Stutz program The bill was supported by 153 Democrats and 34 Republicans It was opposed by 37 Democrats and 131 Republicans The final bill was drafted by a SenateHouse conference commit tee Monday after the two houses earlier passed sharply different versions The Senate quickly ap proved the compromise effort with little opposition The bill included many relative ly noncontroversial items such as extension of FHA insured loans for houses and home repairs a vast new housing program for senice men special programs for farm and college housing and a stepped1 up slum clearance effort But stubborn bitter fights devel oped over the program for federal ly assisted lowrent public nous lost his life while hitchhiking homejwas one of those representing the American civilian prisoners if Iowa Investment Bankers a 18 or 20 firms and individual t V investment bankers around the atombombed city 25 miles to thejder inquiry has now been satisfacshires knew that their daughterjuries ne received Sunday in I west Hiroshima has thousands oftorilv uust department was notified and was TVi JJ of their lives Yet outside of st burning briskly in lumber which was stored in the sheds The empty sheds on the west side of the opencentered square of buildings were burned to the ground and half of the north and south sides where the lumber was stored also burned before the fire men got the blaze under control The fire chief said the fire evi dently started in the southwest corner It appeared to have come from the adjoining railroad yards he said and grass was burning on the right of way both north and south of the lumber yard i few outbursts against specific an noyances there are few signs of any deep seated hatred or hostility toward Americans People of both cities generally are happy about the transferring of 25 girls badly scarred in the Hiroshima blast to the United States for plastic surgery But some are critical of the cost Inner Joy By going to the United States the girls are getting a spiritual care and inner joy which is more effective than medical said Michihiko Hachiya director of STRIKE CONTINUES the Communications Hospital of Hi t i T T i a M i i Tn n if flm illic MARSHALLTOWN strike of six milk truck drivers contin roshima But if the cost of this one project was merely loaned to Jap union officials failed to reach a ing units for lowincome persons contractual agreement Monday af concentrated chiefly in cities and ternoon over other items Margaret Sanger in Los Angeles Hospital LOS Sang er 71 internationally known ad vocate of birth control is a patient In Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Mrs Sanger of Tucson vis iting friends in Los Angeles suf fered a heart attack y after company agencies together with equipment and supplies we could get wonderful results We have enough doctors who are good enough at plastic surgery We are just short resources and mate The 10th anniversary observance of the atom attack here will in clude a world religious meeting a civic memorial program for the dead and a leftistbacked interna tional peace The city is not endorsing the peace conference nor is Hiroshi mas impressive New World Me morial Church of Peace biggest Catholic cathedral in the Orient SAME DATE 1954341 s death In hours MOVER KILLED VICTOR Iowa E Telecky 36 a Cedar Rapids house moving contractor was killed late Monday hi a housemoving acci dent two miles north of here All About I The Weather Mason City Continued hot Iowa Hot and humid Five day Iowa Temperatures will average 510 degrees above normal Normal highs 85 north to 88 south Normal lows 61 north to 64 south Becoming a little cooler was missing Crawls Under Lein Snell crawled under the auto accident Three miles from Speaking for two out of state where the lad caught a ride with firms were Arthur Tresch and brake arm of the car the lowest point on the boxcar and gently rolled the unconscious girl on to his chest He then was pulled out by his feet Snell said it was a that the child was alive She regained consciousness and began to cry more names Tuesday were added to the list of persons who have just before the ambulance reached the hospital Shropshire a carpenter is em ployed by Merle Kuppinger build ing contractor A series of mishaps has been plaguing the family since their home burned to the ground a year ago last May The Shropshires then were living at 1305 12th They lost everything j It was late fall when Shropshire Joe Rivera 24 Moline the car struck an embankment and over turned HEAT VICTIMS DES MOINES UP Three died as a result of Iowas heat Walter C Cleave Combined Firms Cleave said the combined firms headed up the financing for the original Pennsylvania Turnpike the Ohio Turnpike and a large Chi cago project Gov Hoegh asked Cleave wheth er if engineering costs are neces Want Third Party to Direct Swap GENEVA UP Red China Tuesday was reported to have formally proposed that a neutral third power be picked to supervise arrangements for returning Amer ican and Chinese civilians to their homelands It was generally believed here wave bringing the total to 27 in connection with sale of i that India might be one of the gov Mrs Louisa Byers 82 Des Moines was found dead in her home Mon the Iowa bonds their firms wwildjernments which Red China would those expenses and recover like to have considered for the po day with the heat partly sale of the of intermediary Indias for her death Joseph replied the firms would dotroubleshooting roving ambassa 71 Des Moines and Mrs Annajso and nacl done so on previous i dor V K Krishna Menon left here Henry 77 Des Moines both for New Delhi to report on the in hospitals after suffering heat Hoegh had observed that the au thority has available for the pres average around onehalf locally more in scattered thunderj showers Wednesday night and again over the weekend Minnesota Hot and humid Globe Gazette weather data up to Tues day Maximum Minimum At 8 98 69 79 HUMID At 93 YEAR AGO Maximum 8t Minimum Following the fathers recovery Forrest Jr was shot in the fore head in an accident involving a 22 caliber rifle The boy had no soon er recovered from the shooting in jury than he was hit in the head with a rock while playing It took four stitches to close the wound Shropshires wife Ruth was in jured in an automobile accident a little more than a month ago She had to have 13 stitches taken in her arm The only one of the familys three TRUCKER KILLED CLINTON Gerald Justin y 26 Marshalltown died earj ly Tuesday when his semitrailerj truck swerved into a ditch hit aj culvert and overturned on U S Highway 30 about 5 miles west of Clinton Clinton County Coroner Dr L 0 Riggert said Healey died just a few minutes after the crash He said the man suffered a broken back scalp cuts and burns opening phases of the direct Red Chinese talks on release of only of State Highwayprisoners from Red China and on Commission money jother Far Eastern problems POLIO OUTBREAK BOSTON cases of polio in Massachusetts Tuesday lifted the total for the year to 520 and supplies of emergency equip JJ Airmen Will be Flown to Philippines for Treatment WASHINGTON UP The lljFrancisco or McChord Air Base fliers being released by Red China Thursday will be flown to the Philippines for medical treat ment and then directly to the West Coast the Air Force announced Tuesday The airmen will be reunited with children to escape injury duringment to deal with the families next week at either 9 tabe last year is Darrell 11 iwere ordered into the state ITravis Air Force Base near San near Seattle it added There are approximately 26 im mediate relatives the Air Force said It is prepared to fly all those who desire to the West Coast for the happy reunion with the longimprisoned B29 crew Some family members probably wont make the special trip They have indicated they would preler a calmer meeting at home v ;

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