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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 4, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited lor MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE TMI NIWSFAFIR THAT MAKIS ALL N 0 T H I 0 W A H S NIlCHIORi HOME EDITION MASON CITY DOLLAR DAYS Thursday Friday and Saturday VOL LXI AMOcUM UtiM FrtM Full Wirw CMU Cow MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY AUGUST 4 1WS Thif Paper Consist of Four Itt Russia Vetoes Ikes Proposal Military Info Swap Rejected But Efforts Are Lauded Tnm Oir Win Strrieu MOSCOWSoviet Premier Niko lai Bulganin Thursday rejected President Eisenhowers proposal for an exchange of military secrets to prove a mutual desire for peace Bulganin told an extraordinary session of the Supreme Soviet parliament I do not believe the proposal can have any great real President Eisenhower proposed to Russia at the Big Four summit conference in Geneva that the two nations trade their arms and mil itary blueprints and throw both countries open to unlimited aerial reconnaissance and aerial photog raphy to prove their mutual desires for peace Not The proposal was the sensation of the summit conference and un til Thursday had not been an iwered by Russia Bulganins rejection of the plan was made during a 1 hour and 35 minute report to an extraordinary cession of the Soviet parliament on the results of the Geneva con ference He said that in private conver lations with Western leaders at Geneva Russia had pointed out that the terrain and topography ofj the and would per mit camouflage of anything de Thus be said aerial photoj graphs would not give satisfactory results I The comment was greeted with loud laughter Bulganin said We believe that our proposal of the 10th of May is much more In that proposal Russia asked for progressive disarmament in two stages Reduction of armed 11 Fliers Step to Freedom Show Up at Hong Kong HONG KONG CB Eleven airmen happily crossed the Hongj Kong border to freedom Thursday in good physical shape and mental spirit after 212 years captivity in Communist China Five and a half hours after their release the 11 left in two plush Airi Force transports for Manila From there they will be flown to Tokyo and the West Coast for re union with their families i Col John KBOX Arnold 41 Silver Spring their leader bitterly told a press conference Peiping is not entitled to a damn now Basing the 11 B29i PREMIER BULGANIN Door Isnt Closed to Pact Ike WASHINGTON W President Eisenhower Thursday he crew members Communist China does not believe Soviet Premier Bulganin dosed the door to a convicted them as spies last No A T T t i r vember They had been held since CENTENNIAL Part of the or so spec Russian disarmament jtheir plane was shot down Jan 12 tators on hand for the Forest City centennial parade agreement by his rejection of the idea of aerial inspections Eisenhower also told a news conference he does not think the new nuclear weapons tests by the Soviet Union announced earlier Thursday by the U S Atomic Energy Commission AEC necessarily mean any change in what he called the more or less conciliatory atti tude shown by the Soviets in re cent months The President said the United 1953 in the Korean War watch a special performance by the Ames Lodge Drum and Arnold declared his B23 was shot Bugle Corp Minneapolis This faststepping group made a down 35 to 40 miles south of the Yalu River China border while on a leaflet dropping mission over North Korea All crewmen bailed out and were captured in North Korea he said in his Qrst chance directly to deny Communist Chi nas assertion the plane intruded into China Checks Two medical checks after thev GlobeGazette photo by Mabry big hit with the crowd After the 136unit parade had passed most of the visitors sat around the courthouse lawn or visited the midway set up on a side street The 4day celebration ended Wednesday 30 Perish in Airlines Crash States will have some new the border bridge to free mament proposals to make in jdom Thursday showed all in fair the United Nations before long jly good three doctors And he said this country will sympathetically consider Rus sian proposals along the same line with a determination to find a solution fair to both sides As to own future political plans the President said he would have no excuse to defer a decision on the question of forces a stepbystep reduction of term if he seeking a second were an infallible arms leading finally to a completei prophet on world and domestic ban on hydrogen and atomic weapons Called Success But Bulganin said the Geneva conference with its accomplish ments was a success and marked a turning point in relations be tween the Soviet Union and the West In Washington White House Press Secretary James Hagerty he had shown the President news dispatches on Bulganins turndown and there was no com ment At the State Department officials told reporters there was no indication that Russia had sent the a formal note rejecting the plan Referring to Eisenhowers plan as a step toward disarmament Bulganin said We must pay tribute to his efforts for a settlement of this ques tion but the real effect could not conditions and on the state of his health as these things might develop in the next year But he does not have that gift of prophecy he said and so he will continue to leave the ques tion in abeyance His remarks stemmed from an account given by Sen Bender ROhio of what the President told a group of Ohio Republicans at a White House meeting Wednesday wave in Iowa has been they have retained pretty isto be paidaccording to thejlast week as the disease hit Fire Explosion in West Germany Coal Mine Kills 41 GELSENKIRCHEN Germany German coal miners were believed dead Thursday in a and explosion which rocked the Dahlbusch workings in this Buhr city Another 44 miners were injured of them seriously Fire raging the mine baited rescue operations Mine of ficials said 25 workers still miss ing below the ground must be presumed Rescue teams had brought up 16 bodies before the fire drove them out The explosion followed fire in the mine Wednesday the Des Moines Weather Bureau Thursday after nine days of 100 degree heat The bureau predicted a iteturn to near normal tempera tures over most of the state by Friday night Heat Wave Broken Weatherman Says Bottling Firm Purchased for A Fire She Did Hunt But a SURPRISE SHE GOT A new corporation headed by reported Maj William H Baumer Lewisburg was on He said his left leg was wounded when the plane was shot down He later suffered frost bite Elated in their freedom the Federal for fliers refused to look back into the Sprague is from Flint Red China i where he owns the 7Up Bottling Arnold glanced over his expects to move his familyj and said That is all I dont want Mason City next week j to look back any Another Sprague is president and secrej said I cant I wont look oi new company and his Emotion so choked Arnold vice president and he was called before television andjtreasurer newsreel cameras at Hong Kongs Tne purchased the CocaCola plush Jockey Club that he speak He turned away and mum bled I simply cant sav how I Ft Leonard Wood Scene of Tragedy Parade Seen by By DRAKE MABRY Writer FOREST CITY people picked shady spots along the twomile parade route here Wednesday afternoon and watched 135 units including bands covered wagons aged cars and pretty girls on floats go by It was a big thing this Forest City centennial parade If one were to stand in the same spot it would have taken the parade more than an hour to pass At least spectators could stand or sit in the shade The parade participants had to battle the 95plus degrea heat But they didnt seem to mind The girls and there were a lot of them still managed a warm smile and a wave of the hand at the end of the route Tht Winners Winners in the six classifications of parade floats were announced Wednesday night They were Re Churches and Methodist Church Commercial Lake Mills Chamber of Commerce and the Forest City Summit Pa Auxiliary and the American Legion Clubs and Or Club and Cub Scouts Lake Emory Shaffer and Ernest Davis Antique Reuben Department Store and Pinckney Rexail Drug Five Forest City residents with extraheavy beards competed in a shaving contest Wednesday night They shaved their beards with an electric razor The winner got the job done in about two minutes He was Lyle Jeffson Harold Back man placed second This was billed as a centennial parade And thats uphafciit was were cohered or them with wooden wheels with i a sign proclaiming that it was 100 years old There were old a 1908 Overland driven by Mr and JMrs Marian Wuerflein of Scar iville among them Model Ts and other oldsters were in the parade too The Lake Mills Saddle Club had I the largest contingent of horses but there were other riding clubs ROLLA Mo Americanrepresented High school and or Airlines Convair with 30 persons ganizational bands from southern aboard Thursday burst into flamesMinnesota and Northern Iowa SANTA BARBARA Calif Ethel Wheeler i For estry Service lookout swept her binoculars over Santa Ynez Peak Wednesday looking for fire Suddenly she froze The glasses focused on young couple dancing in Hie nude around camp fire The man was playing a violin Miss Wheeler said and his companion made balletlike leaps Miss Wheeler telephoned Forestry Service Patrolman Everett Marshall who hiked up and arrested the couplefor having an open jand crashed in a wooded area on j brought their queens as well as fire in a prohibited area FtLeonard Wood reservation musicians First reports said there were noj Wor Uniforms isigns of survivors around the burn1 ling wreckage The girls state basketball cham 1 An Arravofficer reached bypions Goldfield wore uni phone at a bunding near the and m convertibles vation airfield said seven or Austin Clown C lu b spiced bodies have been Rescue ithings UP Wltn a humorOne Soy LiquorbyDrink Forces to Seek Tax Group Hearing DES MOINES forces are reported to be Company from Thomas F a hearing before the State Tax Study Committee 210 Carolina S who has manj state Sen X T Prentis RMount chairman of the corn aged the bottling company since imittee said Wednesday he has been told the liquor group wants to ItVbC iU r workers were turned back by thei searing flames Crew of Three The American Airlines office at down rode a small motor scooter with a toilet stool as a sidecar Talk about curb senice The crowd seemed to enjoy the All of the men appeared to be CO 1908 Included in the sale is St Louis reported 27 Passengers As the bands and floats Gnrl itrrtiilH rrrt fair THorr i j Cresco along in excellent mental health Lt jwtth aU automobiles trucks ma Col James M Davis the equipment and merchan medical officer told newsmen er completing a second examinai The Sprague corporation has an New Polio Cases Last committee He said however no formal request for jand three crewmen were aboard hearing by the group has beenjthe twoengine plane Jwo received and he does not know The big plane crashed about one y girls would applaud and sometimes committee Forces favoring legal sale of liqtrees afire the officer said tion of each man Davis said he found the boys inm shares at each Health pretty good to good physical health j A tota of was paid on shade were crowded with peo iple parade Theyseemed to have worked hard the Purchase price by the new firnvn exercised themsrivcs on thpir nwrras Monday On Nov 1 DES MOINES OP The themselves on their own inue could be realized by the state The Army officer said planes io were reported in the nationjf Overthebar sales were legalflying above the wreckage and re Those welcome words came frommuscle High Spirits The airmens spirits bubbled when they were free and alone in their quarters They gaily danced in hot showers Lathering his face Arnold shouted Smell this good Authorized capital stock of WASHINGTON Publicuorbythedrink in Iowa have ar We had people there right after an gued in the past that more than 12 the he ssid We sent a cnuciren enjojed n million dollars a vear in tax reveifire track to the jai more u Bounced that new cases of K u ru At least one little boy the five beauties from I Thompson rode by on the Winne ibago REA float he looked up at his father and said Dad where did they get all the pretty girls j The boy who was just about en appreciative stage of contract From then on the proportions in Massachu porting back by radio said there i was no sign of survivors riuui men on me icucuut in nassauuu rjjje study committee heard iwas S1s 01 survivors mainder is to be paid at rate of setts and struck hard lhat onjv about half j The plane had radioed Uie near a year in two Northeast the states citv countv Waynesville Memorial Airport The cooler air is expected to be They bounced on loam mat accompanied by scattered showers tresses and white percale sheets and thunderstorms In new uniforms they ate steak The cooler air made for a pleas so lustily one yelled a warning ant night to sleep with lows early Youre going to be Thursday ranging from 69 at Ma son City to 74 at Ottumwa 125 YEARS OLD CHICAGO was Chi cagos birthday the 125th anniver sary of the nations second largest city About The Weather Mason City Somewhat cooler Iowa Scattered rain Minnesota Rain cooler DOCTOR DIES DES MOINES sen Ices will be here Friday morning for Dr William Edwin Lyon 83 w h o died of arteriosclerosis j Wednesday at the Knoxville Vetor Hospital Burial will be at New ton SMOWRS Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 a m Thurs day Maximum 97 Minimum At 8 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum And another replied I dont give a darn if I do get sick Nothing could spoil The Red Chinese had sentenced the men last November as spies ti prison terms ranging up to 1 years The United States declara the charges trumped Peipinr announced their release Monday just before the opening of U nese negotiations in Geneva Capt Eugene John Vaadi Clay ton N told how they firs learned they would be freed Last Sunday night they cam to get us They told us they wei going to have a party They toe us to a room and there they told we would be released at once hour later at 10 oclock Sunc1 night we got on a train at P Airman Daniel C Schmidt Re ding whose wife had re household goods on the tax rolls tempt an emergency landing imannood stumped father for The committee seeking fosses said the plane was on if ire before it crashed at Intense Heat The intense heat from the tion which could lead to revision of Iowa tax laws met here with about 20 officers and members of the Iowa Assn of Assessors ifamesand the bnish burning vm iven near toe In response to a question of Fredthe crash area Prevented a stand in front of Waldorf Col After the parade special per formances by the Decorah Kilties land the Ames Drum and Bugle C Missal Garner ipresident half of the assessors said they listed nonexempt 0kJa originated at TulsaJ lege The Decorah group features Si al and iyoungsters 714 years old They tooted trumpets wore kilts and furniture The other halt said ponded drums as well as their didnt The fllght was due in stLouisielders They were a favorite with Television sets air conditionersat pm but estimated crowd and home freezers are not classedjhad posted at j Modern Music as household goods and are as MaJWarren Pauley aviation ofj sessed Furniture valued at Ft Leonard Wood said itj Ames Drum and Corn of Minneapolis is his established a policy against it s a soul eral years ago after finding about One of the airliner was torn in uncollectible tax items jrom fuselage i u on the books The plane went over the unit features five majorettes who in front of the group Their was about as hot as the 68 marricd in belief he was AP Wirephoto SMOTION GRIPS John Knox Arnold 82 ofit NewsmTni Sjlver Spring chokes up with emotion as he tells jwere under strict orders not to Ictl newsmen about life in a Red Chinese prison Arnold so slip any hint because doctors was one of 11 fliers released at Hong Kong early 60 I warned against possible shock j Thursday 200 feet one wing tipped down jward It was torn off and plane Pauley aid the After these two special showings a variety show took over on the DRIVER OF MONTH t SAME DATE BUek fltf mom courthouse platform The people relaxed then sitting in the shade talking with neighbors and keep ing track of the children The re freshment stands scattered i DES M01NKS record of throughout the downtown area i driving nearly two million miles in were busy all afternoon 3j years without an accident One couple from Lake Mills ibrought the Iowa Motor Truckicamc to town early in the morning Assn Driver of the Month awardjlocatcd a convenient bench near Thursday to Ray W Cummings courthouse and watched cverr iMalcom Ithing from that one spot Thef   

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