Mason City Globe Gazette, August 15, 1955

Mason City Globe Gazette

August 15, 1955

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 15, 1955, Mason City, Iowa North lowot Daily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE TNI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEI6HIORS HOME EDITION VOL LXI AuacUM uri United PICM JTull CMU MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY AUGUST 15 IKS ThU Coniists d Two OM MS NNSC Gets New Demand From Korea AP Wirephoto END OF M E E T I N Schmidt Fine carrying hei 212 yearold son Daniel departs from her attorneys office at Ne vada City after confer ring three hours with her hus band recently returned from Korea Mrs Fine remarried while Schmidt was a prisoner of the Chinese Red The coupk still hasnt determined their fu ture One Mans Opinion A Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGaxettD Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE UJWI WTAO QnlflCjr WOl Get Your Mind Off the Heat hot humid day recently I started casting around for some subject that would take my mind off the heat and the humidity My thought was that if I could find something to divert me from discomfort it might have the same effect on you the listener After thumbing through a wide assortment of accumulated com mentary material in my files II came up with what struck me as being almost an inspired topic mountainclimbing Like polar ex plorers mountain climbers freeze right in the middle of the summerj in August In this visit with you Ill be talk ing mostly about a friend of mine1 and recalling a neverlobeforgotl ten evening with him spent Washington a year or so ago when he related for word and pic almost but not quite cessful attempt to scale the loftiest peak in the world Were Down to Ne 5 But I could spend all my time calling up the unprecedented numj ber of successful mountain conj quests in the past two and a half years All four of the earths high est the one chal lenged by my New Hampshire friend Dr Charles S Houston have been conquered by man Herei they em j Mount Everest feet K2 or Mount Godwin Austen feet Mount Kanchenjunga feet and Mafcalu feet Everests south peak called Lhotse is yet unclimbed With an altitude of feet it is consid ered subsidiary to the worlds highest peak All of these peaks are in the loftiest region of the The Himalayas have an uncounted number of peaks higher than Aconj cagua loftiest peak in the Western Hemisphere An extinct volcano in the Andes of Argentina close to the Chilean altij tude is feet Everest is more than feet thanj a mile I Alaskas Mt McKinley tallest of North Americas peaks is aj mere feet under Mt Everest or more thani a mile and a half less altitudinous Its Tough Too Now all eyes among the moun tainclimbing fraternity throughout the world are turned in the direc tion of Dhaulagiri another peak in south central Asia which ranks as the tallest unsealed mountain Aj SwissGerman expedition first to take a crack at it had to lurnj back after reaching the foot 811 feet below the sum mit In one respect Dhaulagiri isi tougher than its four taller sister j peaks in the Himalayas There no suitable site for a camp lo which the final assault can an Republican gov made One authority thinks March Pasf Turnstiles at Mark Single Day Record Set on Saturday 1955 Edition Was Largest Council Bluffs ExGI to Face Conduct Probe OMAHA C Kirby 24 Council Bluffs Iowa a for mer prisoner of war in Korea was in custody of military au thorities Monday pending an in vestigation into his conduct while a prisoner of war Maj M L Katz of the Ne braska Military District said Kirby was arrested on instruc tions from the Fifth Army Head quarters in Chicago and they are investigating his conduct while a prisoner of He said the Nebraska Military District had no further informa tion Kirby was taken to Offutt Air Force Base following his arrest Friday night as Offutt is the col lection point for military prison ers in this area Fifth Army headquarters in Chicago said only that Kirby had been accused of misconduct and assault as a POVY The head quarters said he would be taken to Fort Sheridan for formal investigation under military ar rest and whether or not he will be tried depends upon that in vestigation Tuesday Widncsdty Fridiy Saturday Sunday TOTAL ATTENDANCE 1955 1954 A new gate attendance record was established during the six days of the North Iowa Fair Last years mark of fell before the record crowds which jthronged the 1955 edition of North Iowas largest exposition The 1955 gate Sunday persons went through the turnstiles as compared to in 1954 j Saturday persons wenti through the gates making it thej largest single day That was also true last year when the Saturday crowd reached j As Secretary Manager M Lawson prepared to lay the 1955 fair into mothballs he pronounced lit very i j This is the fourth consecutive year attendance has climbed past the mark j A crowd of over Sunday aftj ernoon saw Hank Nykaza Chicago Ike Reaches Denver for Work Play Acts on Last Three Bills DENVER ever a man seemed glad to be back President Eisenhower does in starting his fourth summer vacation in a row here in Colorado There was a warm Hi Ike the airport crowd and from his Lafayette Street neighbors as he flew in from Washington Sun day night And from the President smiling broadly it was Hi folks its sure nice to be here Along with the chief executive came his beloved golf clubs which he hopes to use at Denvers Cher ry Hills Country Club and his troutfishing gear for use in a stream high in the Rocky Moun tains later in the week Small Office But it wont be all more than it was in the three pre vious years Eisenhower has come to this state to get away from the Washington routine His small of fice has been opened again at Low ry Air Force Base and he probably will spend part of most days there handling affairs of state Just before he left the White House he acted on the last three of the 471 bills which Congress passed shortly in advance of ad journing He signed one measure dealing with land for a Colorado Heights take the feature PANGIM Goa reaching here Monday said 18 and another aimed AP Wirephoi THATS HIM the safety of her moth ers arms Joyce Lee Pike 7 Compton points to a man she said took her away in his car Sunday The girl was found sittincr in the car with Everado Martinez after a long search Martinez was held for kidnaping Goo Frontier Guards Disperse Indian Mobs AP Wirephoto Locke direc tor of the Iowa Aeronautics Commission since 1948 Monday announced his resignation effec tive Oct 1 He will go to Chi cago where he will become affil iated with radio and TV No suc cessor has vet been named Son Marino to Remain Isle of Communism Violence Lessens at Seoul Policy Is Attacked By MURRAY FROMSON SEOUL for Com Imunist truce inspectors to get out of Korea were renewed Monday demonstrations quieted as Ko reans celebrated the 10th anniver sary of their liberation from Japan President Syngman Rhee Sun day opened the celebrations with a speech attacking American pol icy in Asia and restating his de termination to remove the Neutral Nations Supervisory Commission NNSC from Korea Koreans claim the Communist Czech and Polish members of the NXSCs truce inspection teams are spies Addressing people in Seoul stadium Sunday Rhee said President Eisenhower had enun ciated a new policy at Gen advocating a new peace jof mutual i Free World Rhee urged the free world to abandon any drift toward this or any other status quo policy and instead roll back the Iron Cur tain from areas it has illegally The real he said is not how to achieve peace but how to deal effectively with Com SAN MARIXO yearold little republic of San Marino has chosen to remain a Communist isle in Western Eur ope for four more years Ninetyseven San Marinese who jmunist now live in Detroit New York For her part South Korea would and Sandusky Ohio failed in j insist upon the liberation of North their llthhour transatlantic at tempt to win their countrymen over to Western democracy in Sundays election Instead the Communists and their Socialist allies won a stun ning victory in this 38milesquare jof the big car races I were killed and 40 were wounded when reinforced Portuguese frontierat ending the long District of Col Pete Folse Tampa wasguards fired upon hundreds of Indian volunteers who attempted toUI2ia bVs streetcar strike i jsecond in the 20 lap event into this enclave to demand its surrender to India by Andy Anderson Omaha in third I United staff Correspondent John Hlavacek who saw one The third bill he vetoed It pro Ofjvided for continued stockpiling of Chicago Heights manthe most bloody incidents said T Indians werekilled and domestic minerals He also finished the feature race in wounded when 50 Indians Seven Pile Up ied to march across the frontier The leading man in IMCA racingBanda j circles Bobby Grim was in Mason The unarmed Indians jCity but unable to race his Offenhc said after gathering up their jhauser laid up with a broken part Hlavacek and another i Of the 17 autos on the track 11 Correspondent Arthur Bonner of jwere Offenhausers a mark many CBS helped the Indians remove larger fairs dont reach jtwo of their dead j Hoegh to Call EightState Farm Parley T J 5 M T G T Lf sa he Plans to allocated one million dollars in fed eral aid for repairing Hurricane Connie damage to North Carolina Stayed Home Mrs Eisenhower did not accom pany the President to Denver her jhome town but she plans to return jhere with him Aug 24 when he jflies to Philadelphia for the day to KNOXVILLE Iowa L the American Bar Assn Hunt Grandson of Woman Missing From Attica Home missing convention Nykaza had the fastest Porluguese sourccs described as time of u the Indian 6 Attlca A crowd which overflowed into aimed at the her home Monday the sheri Have a nice trip the infield Saturday saw one ofto get out of the most spectacular program size of Rhodp i r me size 01 nnoae island sought her grandson in her disap Other reports said two Indians she called iffs office reported and Sunday as stock car races in the fairs tory The race wasnt more were killed at Oftella One was ajkilled and 19 wounded at Erekhol and l killed and 4 wounded at Vapi pearance ihe left their farm at Gettysburg for Washington enroute here Eisenhower remarked that he for Mrs Bettertonhad just that a nice trip as he OL couple of laps old before killed and Twounded aTvapT started after neighbors noted thestepped from his plane at Lowry stocks piled up on the east rjaman lack of activity around her house Air Base Coming down the ramp The race was suspended for a halfj Messages from Diu said 200 Investigation spotted his motherinlaw Mrs hour while the grader went overdian marchers were poised on aPPeared to De bood stains John S Doud and cut loose with a hilltop nation perched in the Ap ennines inside Italys border The Reds and political machine entrenched here since 1945 and operating with military Korea in any future negotiations he declared Halfway through his speech t loudspeaker car began an anti NNSC harangue outside the sta dium Who else is speaking asked Rhee looking angrily around If someone else speaks I will He sat down Police rushed out side to stop the noise When Rhee resumed he deviat ed from his text to warn his coun carried the old halt and blind to jtrymen against violence in their the 13 polling places To counteract the influx of cru saders from America the Com munists gave hundreds of sym pathetic San Marino workers free trips home from Belgium France Switzerland and Italy Under San Marino law former residents who have not become citizens of other countries are eligible to vote The Reds probably will control 37 seats in the 60seat legislature the Grand Council Previously they had held only 31 The Coun cil elects the two captain regents who head the government 2 Persons Die on Highways i the pitted track frontier to march and a Woodstained spade in thecheery Hi his nickname The race was taken by Hcrscnel that point but no infor house for her Then he planted a hearty Buchanan Shreveport in anmalion on v atj Sheriff James Van Hemert said kiss on her cheek i abbreviated 101 laps Second was tempted to enter or whether therethe womans grandson James jTiny Lund Harlan and third was sunfire i Smith 22 was wanted for quesi PLANE MISSING Tuoby Harrison Topeka Kan Tedj Indications recejved here werejtioning He said Smith was a fori WINNIPEG Man CanaSirl and a 30yearold mandied in I j BT Thr Associated Frtss Two more 13yearold demonstrations Found Beaten A Japanese newspaperman Tsuneo Mura was found beaten into semiconsciousness late Sun day in Seoul Later he said he was unable to recall what happened One friend who found him said he saw a Korean in army uniform has tily leaving the area Demonstrators in Seoul Sunday paraded past the Embassy and the residence of Ambassador William S B Lacy Among them were Buddhist monks and nuns who waved their fists and yelled the standard Czech and Polish Spies leave Ko j Gen Lyman L Lemnitzer iFar East commander returned to j Tokyo after telling Rhee the United States was obligated under the armistice to protect the truce Zieman Mason City took fifth be farm price conference in i October and that he will invite S Secretary of Agriculture Ben of the snowcovered rocks Wheth er that would be ethical under the mountainclimbers code I donti know t 4 mews conference I just havent Not long after the conquest lwocome o anv conclusion years ago by an Italian team of1 son I might invite a couple of Dem ocratic he said at his K2 in remotest Baltisan the northernmost province of Pakistan overlooking the border of Chinese Turkestan I had a little letter from Dr Houston of Exeter N Hamp But there will be no politics We will get right down to the fun damentals We all are interested in farm Hoegh explained that he dis While probably not intended therej cussed a possible conference in was just a note of poignancy in his Iowa probably in Des Moines with Midwest governors at last weeks annual Governors Confer message to me Without Mountain I feel quite old and retired now that mv mountain has been ence in Chicago He said the other governors all Dust and potholes played havocihad converged on frontier for with the stocks The caution flagthe marcht soo to 400 was displayed an unusual numberjattem ted to c in face of the of times as three other acciuents lhat of several thousand mental patient at the Knoxldian Air Force reported Monday an race which had to go a full 200 he wrote me and Hoegh is a depressing month for doctors531 governors who expressed in anywayand spring is coming I to attend the conference would like to have some trip thc chief executives of Indiana some mountain to look forward 1n braka to but no Dakota North Dakota omins and Kansas was asked whcther thcre The young physician who ma period of about 15 years made two trips to that faraway mountain was any particular reason why once for reconnoitering and j Minnesota would not be represent once on an assault which fell short ed He explained that Minnesotas by only a few hundred feet has interrupted the been scheduled laps The crowds were drawn to thc big exposition by a record num ber of livestock entries plus one the best entertainment programs 1956 Dates Lawson looking ahead to 1956 announced the dates as Aug 6 through 12 a weeklong This is the first time the fair has nm a full week a move made necessary by more numerous eni tries in all departments Lawson explained The 1956 fair will run jfrom Monday through Sunday I Most popular question this yearj ion the grounds said Lawson ha been Will the fair move to grounds by next August Lawson said he was asked this by conces sion people and show managers They all want more room and bet ter idetermined resistance viile Veterans Hospital Imperial Oil Co plane with six per Smith was believed driving a sons aboard has been missing since 194S blue Chevrolet with licenseSaturday on a flight from Rocky number Lake to Regina Sask governor was a Democrat and then discussed the possibility of Icclings I venture not unlike those of a uranium prospector learns that somebody else has inviting the Minnesota chief execu live and also the governor of Mis CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 souri who also is a Democrat SINGER KILLED RIO DE JANEIRO Brazil Warren Hayes an American singer who had just completed an engage ment here and four other persons died Sunday during a fire which destroyed the Vogue Hotol AP Wlifphoto WHAT MAKES HAL Hal Shore Hialeah nearly pot killed Sunday at the hot rod races He was hit by a car which swerved out of control as he was taking a closeup picture However he escaped with minor injuries traffic accidents on Iowa highways over the weekend The victims were Mary Alder daughter of Mr and Mrs Earl Al der Maxwell and George E Mar ineau Sioux Falls S D The Alder girl was dead on ar rival at a Des Moines hospital Sun BULLETIN MIAMI Fla F warnings were hoisted from Brunswick Gi to Wilmington at 1 Wednesday as second violent tropical storm in two weeks bore down on the At lantic Coast skidded on loose gravel and skidded into a ditch alongside a county road north of Maxwell Story County Sheriff J I Shalley said Miss Al der and a 14yearold companion j had taken the Alder car and gonei for a ride alone I Monday they had smothered Marineau was killed Saturday assassinate President night on Iowa Highway 9 a mile west of Larchwood and near the MinnesotaSouth Dakota border Lyon County Sheriff Fred Tonne j said a car driven by Robert Tooj hey 29 Sioux Falls failed to makej a turn Marineau was a in Tooheys car i BUENOS AIRES Ar gentine federal police announced Juan D Peron About The Weather Mason City Somewhat cooler Iowa Fair and cooler SAME Ut trttfle ttatk w put 4 COOLER Clear cool Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 Mon day l Maximum 94 Minimum fil At 8 74 YEAR AGO Maximum ft Minimum A ;

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