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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 26, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                Doily Ntwspopcr tar MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE TNI NIWSfAFtft TNAT MAKIS ALL N 0 ft T N I O W A N S N I I M 0 ft S HOME EDITION full LMM Cory MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY AUGUST M IMS ThU Paper of Two OM Sultan Refuses to Quit Morocco Post Rain Came Too Late for Most Area Corn Yield to Be Under Estimate Moisture Has Been Spotty By ROLF HOFSTAD Farm The corn in North Iowa has been hurt and hurt bad Until rain fell ranging from up to inches on Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday this week prospects for any kind of a corn crop looked pretty dim The recent rains farm officials in five North Iowa counties say will help some But yield will be way below the July 1 estimate whn it looked as if the area was in for the largest crop of all time Most sections had their last real moisture on July 4th Making an estimate on the corn crop is difficult because rains have been spotty Each of the five farm officials questioned mentioned some farmers who were expecting a normal crop They also said many dont even think it is worth picking for grain Btans Fair The rains this week will help pastures considerably They will green up pretty fast The moisture is also expected to five lateplanted soybeans an added boost Earlyplanted beans wiH suffer This pictureIn Cerro Gordo County as reported by Ex tension Director Dick Franklin AP Wirephoto BOARDING HOUSE Luther 24 New York City Friday admitted she slugged widowed Florence Davis 65 right after she found her husband in the elderly womans apartment at 2 a m Mrs Luther sports a shiner which she in turn received from her husband The case isnt settled yet AND CONCESSIONS TOO Communists Ready for Truce WASHINGTON States settlements of major East West negotiations have been made here a i issues CALCULATED RISK Crime Shows on TV Admonished WASHINGTON Senate subcommittee reports it cannot prove that television crime programs cause juvenile delinquency but says there is a calculated risk in constant viewing of such shows by children The Juvenile Delinquency Subcommittee in an interim report on its probe of crime and violence on TV urged that parents the govern ment and TV broadcasters all take steps to minimize the The report analyzed TV programming in 10 of the nations major cities to show that at some late afternoon hours as many as three frcrime shows are on the air simul taneously There is reason to the subcommittee said that television crime programs are potentially much more injurious to children and young people than motion pic tures radio or comic books Attending a movie requires money and the physical effort of leaving the home so an average childs exposure to films in the theater tends to be limited to a few hours a week Livt Story New Storms Heat Floods Cover Nation Hurricane Aimed at East Coast f HaUtt Presj New storms heat crisscrossed the nations weather map Friday Hurricane Edith a tiny but vi cious infant aimed its mounting fury on the stormbattered Atlantic Coast It was still miles from the mainland but was pointed at Cape Hatteras N C Meanwhile the New Orleans AP Wirephoto WHAT A is Jackson and his beanstalk James H Jackson 81 Portland Maine Comic books demand strong uses a long ladder to pick beans and floods imaginary projections Also they must be sought out and purchased But television available at flip of a knob and combining visual and audible aspects in to a live story has a greater impact on its child The senators said they had been unable to gather proof of a direct casual relationship between the Weather Bureau reported a lowviewing Of acts of crime and vio was under an inch on Tuesday andmaybe wiUing to pay a 1 Rainfall in Masnn ritv war trucc so strongly that it Some leaders are reported to nainiau m tne aiason ut n nat a believe it is entirely possible that Russia will agree to the unification pressure area that might have the makings of a major storm It was centered in the Gulf of Mexico jafter last months summit confersoutheast of the Mississippi River ence at Geneva lence and the actual performance of criminal The report noted that TV broad casters had produced evidence of Thursday not enough to do much for corn Rainfall has been with a few farmers reporting corn prospects Id say that well fall about 40 IT tO West These authorities expect a period mouth and small craft warnings fixperts who asserted programs As a result the approach were posted from Pensacola did not cause juvenile delinquency to further talks seems certain A u oo j iuai c ll xau per cent short of the estimated I of Germany on terms desired byibe based on the idea that if the bargaining however in the Western Powers in about two western nations are firm enough e western powers canjyears Secretary of State Dullesjin their proposals and in their achieve their aims only if tbeyjis understood to hold this view lunity the Russians will come corn yield of July Franklin said Chickaiaw Rtport He added that soybeans may be helped but will only be fair Pas ture should come back he said Chickasaw County reported the lowest estimate The office mana ger of ASC Owen Simmons told of at least a 50 per cent cut in corn from last year He said corn on the light soil and Chickasaw has a lot of that is about done for Beans the New Hampton ASC official said will only be fair with pastures not too good The corn picture in Franklin County according to Pearl Kelsey assistant extension director Hamp ton is this Qn yfaat and insist cpnsider estimates of Russias realjaround to acceptable agreements m forthcoromg Apparently it was thinking along Tex New Htaf Wavt Countryman Answers Critics of Liquor Law Enforcement DBS MOlNEStftAlty Gen Dayton Countryman Friday the iticism of his liquor law enforcement by two public officials with for thP WodprrT PnuArc this line which prompted the heavyi in Minnesota the flooddevastated Northeast still fought to get bafck on its feet and a fiveinch downpour flooded homes emphasis that President Eisenj hower gave in a speech Wednes day to the argument that the free nations must not accept the pres ent division of the world Fundamental to the success Heat returned to the Great Plains with 10plus temperatures from Oklahoma to South Dakota Thurs day Hfll City broiled in 105 degree temperatures while 104s registered at Lincoln Omaha this approach to the Valentine in Nebraska and at criticism comphment to one and a polite jab to the other The attorney generals critics are Countv Atty William Sturges of L Mars and State Rep John Duffy sitv for Western Powers partic t t j I warned to Sturges found fault because Countryman didnt help him with aTaS SCOTCherS case Against Ernest Triplett but sent outtiviiies up June 30 of ac complishments in building up free world strength As a result of foreign aid and of cooperative ef side officers raids at Le into his county Mars and Remsen Tuesday night Duffy described Countryman as naive if the attorney general We had about half an inch of Ws law rain this week It was spotty OurVOUJ cff last ram of any importance was for the law He July 10 It looks as if we will Countryman s policies are from 60 to 65 per cent of a normal I rturnmg of rnm ThV recent rains mavficer agamst Wtll Tritd Of fellow Republican Sturges corn crop The recent rains may help fill out Mom Fortunatt We should end up with a fair bean crop Pastures and seedings will be helped by the Kelsey concluded One of the more fortunate coun ties is Worth This is the word from ASC office manager Carl Hanson Northwood We have had more rainfall than counties farther south and it looks like corn will be about 75 per cent of last year Some farmers in the west and south are badly hurt The nearer you get to Minnesota the better the corn looks Soybeans are expected to be fair but pastures should come back pretty strong after this last qf 8yearold Jimmy Brejnmer of Sioux City Countryman said I was convinced the case was in good hands well tried and I had that assurance and confidence even before the case was taken to the grand jury Mr Sturges Im sure contributed much to the trial of the Of Democrat Duffy Countryman said I can only say that I and many other good prosecutors and peace officers throughout the state are carrying out our oaths of office in enforcing all laws including the liquor laws in Iowa that the Leg islature has passed that have been fully considered by the recent Leg islature and left on the books Mr Thursday This brightened thepuffy was a member of that Leg crop picture considerably although the last rain before that was back in late June Unlike other North ram the Northwood man said Konuth Rain Kossuth County had a whopping inches of rain Wednesday and 2 Women Hurt in Crash of Stock Cars expect mid90 degree y and Saturday Flash Flood Wadena had a taste of flash floods Thursday night when more than five inches of rain came forts of participating nations thedown in four hours Basements President said the world is were flooded water lapped up to nal aggression or internal subver sion than ever Administration leaders But the subcommittee said there is a calculated risk incurred Elsewhere in the nation a newjthrough the repeated exposure of heat wave baked the Great Plains young boys and girls to TV crime programs and added it believes it would be wise to minimize this risk insofar as Four Points The subcommittees recommen dations included 1 Stricter control by the Federal Communications Commission over TV programming including power to levy fines for violajtions of cer tain minimal But the subcommittee said flatly it re jected any idea of government cen sorship 2 Information of citizens coun cils to report offensive materials to responsible sources promptly 3 Establishing of collective responsibility of station managers for television programming 4 Extension and tightening of the industrys code The subconi Huron S D The heat wave moved rapidly eastward with the Chicago area from his scarlet runner plant The beans were planted against the barn but Jackson finally had to add a pole to the roof on which it grew to 25 feet and higher now better protected from extercar floorboards and utility lines injmittee said the checkpoints of the the area were knocked out Heavy rains were also reported Vic Wertz of Cleveland Is Polio Patient CLEVELAND IB Wertz Cleveland first baseman and out fielder has contracted infantile paralysis Dr Don Kelly the baseball clubs doctor said Fri day Wertz 30 was taken to a hos pital before Thursday nights game with a fever He had com plained of a headache Dr Kelly said Wertz was in good condition and there was no evidence of paralysis He said that at this time he was not plan ning a polio quarantine or shots for other Cleveland players Wertz obtained from Baltimore last season was the hitting star for the Indians in the 1954 World Series A good clutch performer his loss will be felt sorely by the Indians in thecurrent close American League pennant race Luther Leaguers Hear Top Choir COLLEGE STATION Tex UP code now are bypassed or meffecTwo performances daily by the 66 are uni elsewhere in central and eastern derstood to be convinced that this 1 Minnesota and in northwest WTis tive in many instances j voice choir from ait Zion Luther Action Is Surprise to Fqure Complications at Conference By JOSEPH E DYNAN AIX LES BAINS France UB Sultan Mohammed Ben Moulay Arafa dropped a bombshell into the FrenchMoroccan conference here Friday with a statement that he does not intend to quit his throne The statement was released by the Sultans chief of protocol Si Abderrahman El Hajoui generally regarded the power behind the Moroccan throne in Rabat El Ha joui conferred with French minis ters Friday morning immediately on his arrival from Rabat The Sultans refusal to leave the throne gravely complicates efforts of French Premier Edgar Faure to settle the Moroccan crisis in a deal with Moroccan Nationalists who have been demanding Ben Aarafas removal All Raadicd An agreement under which Bea Arafa would leave the throne had been reported by high French offi cials as all but set The statement said His Majesty the Sultan is aston ished at the tendentious rumors carried by certain newspapers and press organs as to his supposed intentions His Majesty expressly reiterates hi formal intention to retain and exercise the Divine mission which has been imparted to him and to remain in Rabat among bis sub The French and the National ists had virtually reached a com plete agreement on the terms of a settlement whereby Ben Arafa would be replaced by a Council of the and the govern ment run by a representative co alition The Sultans adamant stand jeopardizes Faures program be cause Defense Minister Pierre Koenig is resolutely opposed to the use of force in removing the pres ent Sultan Koenig reflects the views of an important section of Faures own coalition government hi Paris Clem Slate Faures plan reportedly also In cluded the removal of French Res ident General Gilbert Grandval to appease diehard French Colonists The idea was to clean the slate in preparation for giving home rule to the violenceridden North Afri can protectorate At Casablanca meanwhile be tween and Berber tribesmen who sacked Moroccan towns and massacred Europeans last weekend began turning over their firearms Friday to French forces The first to surrender were members of the Zaian Tribe who Sen Kefauver subcomjan Church Detroit down from the Atlas Moun who had successfully prosecuted Ernest J Triplett for the slaying hospital Friday with injuries suf on crime and SAC CITY mained in County Fair when two stockcars collided and one auto crashed collided through a fence into parked outside crashed vehicles Iowa counties Kossuth only re ceived a trace on July 4 As a result Virgil Rohlf ASC Office manager Algona said the corn crop will only be about half of what was expected on July 1 We will probably average only S5 to 40 bushels to the Rohlf said Rohlf added hat soybeans will be fair and pastures will certainly recover following the heavy rains of Wednesday and Thursday Special Trip Going back to the complaint by Sturges that Countryman declined to offer his help in the Triplett case and then brought in outside officers for the raids Countryman said I made a special trip to Le Mars and conferred with Mr Stur ges concerning the case and with Special Prosecutor Robert Beebe of Sioux City one of the top trial lawyers in the nation It is not usual for a county to hire a special assistant county attorney to help Five other persons suffered mi nor injuries in the accident Reported in fair condition were Mrs Andrew Janssen 59 Auburn and Mrs Alice Reincke 58 No komis 111 Treated as outpatients at the hospital were Mrs Janssens hus band their daughter Miss Dar lene Janssen 25 Sam Finley Lake City and his two sons Dick 8 and Jim 9 All the injured were spectators at the race and were either sitting in or on vehicles parked just out side the race track fence The accident occurred near the end of the semifinal When cars driven by Darrell Holtorff of Pomeroy and Bill Paulson of Alta collided on the south turn SAME DATE1W43OT mittee chairman emphasized thatjtures the 12th International Luther southeast of Zem French preparing for the sur special pageant depicting j render of another Berber tribe highlights of Texas history was on the took part in a tail ffir riav ITrirlnv rtf on tap for Texas Day Friday The convention has attracted largest attendance ever About massacre of 80 Europeans in that mining town The Weather Mason City Fair and hot Iowa Fair and warmer Adenauer to Fly Nonstop in Russ Trip on Sept 8 BONN Germany Iowa TemperaturesKonrad Adenauer will fly nonstop Friday night through next to Moscow in an Amer day will average around 10 degrees jKanbuilt plane for his conference above normal Normal highs 8liwh Russian leaders the Foreign north to 84 south Normal lows announced Friday north to 60 south Not much change and hls in temperatures except a little coolwlL Ieave Bonn Airport Sept 8 in AP Wirephoto WORK OF scene of disorder and destruction was created by Des Moines vandals who visited the home of Daisy Thode a widow while she was in Fort Dodge for the summer Polk Co Deputy Jerry Sullivan examines a littered drawer inch or less extreme north overj the weekend little if any rain ex pected over remainder of state Minnesota Continued warm Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 Friday FAIR Maximum Minimum At 8 Precip YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum the announcement isaid The Foreign Office said the Rus sians have obtained special flight permits for Adenauers plane to fly over Communist East Germany and Poland A Soviet copilot prob ably will be included in the planes crew it said 83 72 75 26 81 67 JUST DISHONEST CAPETOWN South Africa UP South African Supreme Court Friday ruled that a man is not a thief when he borrows a book and doesnt return it   

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