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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 30, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                NorHi ImrVs Doily Ncwtpoptr far MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE M I NlWSfAPIt THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH IOWANS NlltHIOIS HOME EDITION vet fnM UBJUd Prtw full MASON CITY IOWA TUISDAY AUGUST M 19SS rf OM AP Wlrephoto LEAVES WITH ATTORNEY Actress Rita Hayworth leaves her attorneys office at Hollywood Monday where ghe announced her separation from husband Dick Haymes Accompanying her are her brother Yernon Cansino and attorney Maury Spanier Plan Subpeonas for Ag Officials WASHINGTON Agriculture Department offi cials who played key roles in the Wolf Ladejinsky security case failed to appear at a Senate probe Tuesday and Sen Asks Restraint on Border Say Russ Offering Arms to Mideast Olin D Johnston DSC announced they would be subpoe naed We want these people so we can find out why we have such dilly dallying and jumping the rope with peoples character and reputa Johnston declared He heads a Senate Civil Senice Subcom mittee investigating the Eisenhower administrations personnel securi ty program The two are Milan D Smith executive assistant to Sec retary of Agriculture Benson J Glen Cassity the departments personnel security officer Former Sen Gillette DIowa subcommittee counsel vrote Ben son Aug 22 asking that Smith and Cassity testify at Tuesdays hear ing The letter also said it would be most acceptable if the sec retary himself wanted to come In an Aug 26 letter which the subcommittee said it had not re ceived but which was read over Another Blast by Truman Privileges Are Cited MACKINAC ISLAND Mich Harry S Truman said Monday night the Eisenhower administra tion is using the power of the executive branch of the govern ment to undermine the law of e country in the interest of big But be said the people will win their government back from the forces of special In a giveemheLT speech be ore 800 Michigan Democrats the ormer President accused the ad ministration of subverting the aws it is sworn to execute faith pursued in a plan to de stroy the Tennessee valley author and chided it with failing to i balance the budget charged it stealth and secrecv Truck Driver Dies in Crash at Alta Vista ALTA VISTAHugh P Seeley 53 Fredericka was killed early the phone to the staff Monday Tuesday in a freak dump truck ac Ji 1 1 IP Benson replied that neither he nor his two aides would be available at this time No Promises The letter made no promises for the future It said Benson had hoped that his previous correspon dence with the subcommittee would meet the full requirements of the public interest in this The letter added If you feel however that the public interest would be served b further clarification of somepoints of the matter I shall be happy to tpecify Ladejinsky is the governmenl landreform expert who had full security clearance when he worked for the State Department in Japan The Agriculture De partment declared him a securitv risk last December when the job was transferred to its jurisdiction dismissed htm It said at the time his loyalty was not ques tioned Indochina Pott Shortly thereafter the Foreign Operations Administration promptly cleared Ladejinsky for security and gave him an Indo China assignment Benson in a July 2 letter to Sen Carlson the minority member of the subcommittee an nounced he had had second thoughts on the matter and had removed from his agencys files the designation of Ladejinsky as a tecurity risk Carlson said Tuesday it ap peared to him the agriculture of ficials were given only short no tice of Tuesdays hearing Johnston promised that Smith and Cassity would be given plenty of notice when to appear next time in the form of subpoenas He he did not know exactly when that would be cident in a limestone quarry four miles east of here Seeley who was foreman for the Beau Construction Grundy Cen ter was driving his Beau truck into the limestone pit at about 6 when another dump truck driven by William Zekoff collided with him The impact of the collision threw Seeley out of his truck anc onto the ground The back whee of the truck he was driving then passed over him According to P a u 1 Richmond Chicfcasaw County coroner Seelev was killed instantly He is sur vived by his wife and two sons Funeral arrangements are pend ing at the Conway Funeral Home Elma Coot Canadian Air to Continue to Pour Into State DES MOINES Canadian air continued to pour into Iowa Tuesday in the wake of rains which ranged up to more than 2 inches at Burlington Cooler air and heavy cloud cover held high temperatures in the 70s in much of Iowa Monday afternoon The state high was 84 at Sioux City Early Tuesday the mercury sagged to 50 degrees at Spencer It was 51 at Mason City Iowa weather will remain cool until Thursday the Weather Bu reau said Rainfall amounts included Bur lington inches Dubuque 34 Lamoni 37 and Ottumwa 22 Benson Reaches Britain on Tour of Europe LONDON flU S Agriculture Secretary Ezra Taft Benson ar rived in London Tuesday for talks with British ministers on the mar feting and disposal of surplus ood Benson accompanied by his vifc flew into Glasgow Scotland Monday to begin a 17day swing Britain the Netherlands Denmark France Italy and Swit zerland Parley His speech the second major one in three days climaxed the three day meeting of the Michigan Dem ocratic Conference In reply to Trumans previous criticisms President Eisenhowers press secretary James C Hagerty said in Denver Monday that with the exception of a few partisans I dont believe anybody pays any attention to what Truman says In a speech at French Lick Saturday Truman accused the ad ministration of misrepresentation and Then in a news conference here Monday he said the nation has fallen 100 per cent under the domination of big busi Truman in his latest attack de scribed the Securities and Ex change as a prime example of regulatory commis sions packed as never before with people who came from the ranks Price of Coffee Is Going BACK UP AGAIN NEW YORK on The bimett independent coffee roasters raised their wholesale Tuesday General Foods Corp increased Hi Maxwell Hevte brand by three cents a pound and Standard Brandt added thrte cents to the price ef Chase t Sanbern This brings the wholesale price of both to 91 cents a pound Trade sources said they expect other roasters to fellow suit How long it will be before the increase is passed en at the retail level depends to a laroe extent on the individual frocor The boosts reflect increases in green coffee prices during the past FINGERS CROSSED Labor Day Key to Better Safety Mark DES MOINES traffic safety workers are keeping their fingers crossed on both hands The toll of death on highways and streets has been going slowly but rather steadily below figures for the corresponding date last year even since the tragic July Fourth weekend Now Labor Day weekend is coming up Unless a legal bar to such arises it is possible anoth er emergency speed limit will be proclaimed for the holiday As of Tuesday Iowas 1955 mo tor vehicle toll was 22 less than at the end of August last year Its good to have that situ Icardi Enters Innocent Plea WASHINGTON pleaded innocent Aldo Icardi Tuesdav to charges lie falselydenied complic ity in the World War H death of Maj William Holohan Icardi 34 a slight little man ap Jeared voluntarily in U S Dis rict Court to respond to the in dictment returned against him Monday by a federal grand jury making his plea he was re eased on Judge Joseph C McGarraghy said he would set the trial date about two weeks Icardi tried and sentenced in absentia by an Italian court to life m p risonment ror the slaving of Holohan in Jecember 1944 s a former of the industries they are to Several Rtveruls He said Republican appointees to the National Labor Relations Board have reversed a number of settled interpretations of the law to the disadvantage of The secretary of he said campaigns against the programs he is supposed to admin then uses their failure to argue that support prices ought to be Truman said he thought the rec ord would show that this sanc timonious administration is having its own troubles with which he said was the deliberate use of the power of the executive branch to undermine the laws it is sworn to execute faithfully so that their benefits flow to the privi leged few instead of to all our who in and DOW lives Pitsburgh aspires to 1 a w practice The courts have ruled he cannot be extradited ICARfel ation and be almost through Au said a representative of the State Safety Education JX vision Thats unusual Were usually way above the previous years toll by that To meet the challenge of heavy Fourth of July weekend traffic the State Highway Patrol enlisted the help of National Guard air planes and helicopters But even so the toll mounted to 15 This in cluded eight fatalities in one crash near Oxford State Safety Commissioner Clin ton Moyer suddenly declared an emergency speed limit of 60 miles per hour day and 50 night It was effective for the final 24 hours of the weekend During that 24 hours the count of dead increased by only one 16 Hoegh said Tuesday he hoped the highway patrol can make use of National Guard planes and heli copters again over the Key Labor Day weekend He added that we have been considering another emergency speed Mrs Burdick Dies in Fall From Horse and legal authorities say he cannot be tried in this country on a mur der charge The indictment stems from his testimony before a House Armed Services Committee which in March 1953 tried to find out what happened to Holohan when he wentjof the wife of Usher L behind German lines in northern Burdick WILLISTON A fall a horse Monday took the life Action Is Criticized by Dulles To Foment New Unrest WASHINGTON of State Dulles said Tuesday there have been reliable reports that Russia has offered arms to sfme countries in the Middle East Such an action byRussia the supplying of arms to nations in a troubled not contrib ute to the relaxing of world ten sions Dulles said The secretary made clear to a news conference that he had no official information on the reported Russian offer of arms Reports of the offers have circulated for sev eral weeks in diplomatic quarters here Dulles declined to name any country as the target of the Soviet offers Other States But he responded to a question about whether he knew of offers to Egypt or other states in the Middle East and said simply that there are indications that such of fers may have been made Dulles said there was no evi dence that he knew of that Soviet equipment was actually already in Arab hands Those countries have been getting their military sup plies from nonCommunist sources be said On other subjects Dulles told his news conference 1 The United States has urged both Israel and Egypt within the past 48 hours to refrain from the use of force in their border dis pute The two nations have been involved for weeks in bloody skir mishes in the Gaza 2 Israel and the Arab govern ments are studying Dulles pro posal of last Friday for an Ameri can guarantee of a peace settle ment if they can make one The reaction of those countries de termine what the United States will do next in trying to get a settle ment To underline his statement that the immediate U S interest is to stop the fighting the secretary flatly refused to elaborate on his offer AP HANDSHAKE STARTS Stassen disarmament chief shakes hands with Russias Arka dy Sobolev Tuesday at a meeting of the Disarma ment Subcommittee Both will lead discussion on the proposal of mutual arms inspection of both countries Arms Group to Get Ikes Plan UNITED NATIONS N Y adviser Har old E Stassen Tuesday put finishing touches Tuesday on President Eisenhowers proposal for an exchange of military blueprints and aerial inspection with Kussia Stassen said he expected to submit the detailed program later this week to the fivepower U N Disarmament subcommittee which re sumed its negotiations here Monday Henry Cabot Lodge nent U S delegate to the U told the group at its opening session the United States wants U N approval for the Eisenhower plan Stassen who is sitting on the subcommittee as the deputy American delegate was waiting for Soviet delegate Arkady A Sobolevto Backs Pinh Italy as an agent of the Office of Strategic Senices PAIR DIVORCED STUART Fla li The 17year marriage of actress Frances Lang ford and actor Jon Hall ended in divorce Monday Mrs Burdick 45 and the 76 y e a r old veteran Congressman were married last July 31 in Wash ington She was the former Edna B Sierson Haverhill Mass The horse from which Mrs Burdick fell had been given to her by her husband after they arrived I at his ranch near here Aug 10 AP Wlrephoto CHAMPION BULLThis Ayrshire bull was named grand champion of its class at the Iowa State Fair Monday Owned by the B C Stephenson farm Riceville the animal was shown by Lee Stephenson 3 The United States backs up the position of Premier Ngo Dinh Diem of South Viet Nam that con ditions in the Communist North of lis country are not ripe for hold mg national free elections but the United States sees no reason to op pose holding of elections if condi tions of genuine freedom can be established 4 The United States must main tain patience and hope in negotia tions with Red China at Geneva for the release of American civilians detained on the Chinese mainland Dulles said he did not feel any great encouragement with respect to the Geneva talks so far except as he believes that with the pass age of time some result eventually will be achieved About 2nd Skeleton Recovered in Turin Diggings TURIN Iowa UP A skele ton believed to be between and years old was removed from a gravel pit near here Tues day after it was viewed by two more anthropologists An essentially intact skeleton of a normal American Indian was found earlier this month in the same gravel pit owned by Asa Johnston The second skeleton was found about 30 feet away last week Experts said if the skeletons prove to be authentic they will rank among the most important archeological finds in the new world Weldon D Frankforter director of the Tiel Sanford Museum at Cherokee said he was surprised and pleased that there was a sec ond one because he and other in terested archaeologists bad thought that was too much to expect inkling of Moscows current feel ing about Eisenhowers proposal Sobolev delivered a long opening statement to the subcommittee Monday without mentioning the startling suggestion the President sprang on the Geneva summit meeting The five delegates planned to continue their secret talks on dis armament this afternoon They agreed they would issue no more public statements on their delib erations Writt Report During their current meeting they also will write their report to the parent 12nation Disarmament Commission which will transmit it to the General Assembly con vening Sept 20 British Minister of State Anthony Nutting told the subcommittee Monday Russias plan for station ling control inspectors at major j ports junction points and airfields was not adequate to ensure com pliance with full disarmament He outlined a plan for detailed in spection of the forces confronting each other along the EastWest di viding line in Europe a practice inspection which he said could be extended to other signers of a dis armament treaty once it was work ing effectively in the frontier areas Sobolev contented himself with Frankforter said Johnston will restating the Russian plan for in continue to remove dirt from thejspection at key transport points pit and he will keep a close watch on it in the hope other bones turn up The second skeleton will be taken to the museum at Cherokee until Prof R J Ruppe of the University of Iowa returns from his vacation and takes charge of restoring it The first skeleton is being restored at the universitv The Weather Mason City Clear and cool Iowa Fair and mild Fiveday Iowa Temperatures through Sunday will average from normal to 23 degrees above nor mal Normal highs 80 north 84 south lows 55 north 59 south Mostly fair and pleasant through Friday warming trend Holy Cross Lutheran Church in nearby Menomonee Falls went be fore seven high denominational of ficials to answer for his doctrinal beliefs It was the second heresy trial in the Northwest Synods 60year old history Geberdings close friend the Rev George P Crist Durham was found guilty on nine counts of heresy last month Another friend the Rev Victor J Wrigley Brookfield had been called before an investigating com mittee on similar charges and the Soviets agreement with previous Western proposals for a phased reduction of standing armies to agreed ceilings He called on the West to make the next move Frtnch Plan Jules Moch of France outlined his governments idea of budgetary controls with savings from re duced military expenditures to be directed toward helping underde veloped countries Paul Martin of Canada said his delegation would give careful con sideration to all proposals Lodge said that the meeting of MILWAUKEE Norththe subcommittee was the first test west Synod of the United Lutheranof the practical value of the Ge Church Tuesday began its second jneva meeting heresy trial among a group of young ministers accused of not be lieving all of the Bible The Rev John Geberding pastor 2nd Heresy Trial Gets Under Way weekend No precipitation of conse quence Minnesota Fair cooler Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 Tues day Maximum 85 Minimum 51 At 8 62 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 82 SUNNY Romania Also to Cut Size of Armed Forces VIENNA Austria munist Romania will reduce its armed forces by by the end of the year it was announced Tues day The announcement made by Ra dio Bucharest followed similar proclamations of armed forces cuts by the Soviet Union and Com munist Czechoslovakia The Krem lin announced early this month the Soviet army would be cut by 000 men On Aug 24 Czechoslo vakia said it would reduce iti i troops by   

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